The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 10
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'•i' 1 f.-: Lone OxMsliVM Thortddy, Ajirtl 30,1W Girl Bride of Whittemore Man April 25 • Lone tteek^Phyllis O'Dtmnell. of Mr «nd Mrs W, ft.! Of Lone Rotk, vvns united in marmge lo Gerald Smith, son of Mr and Mis Frank Smith of Whiltemore, in a doublr tiftg ceremony Saturday. April 23/ kt 3 a.m. in the St. John's CMholic Church at Bancroft by SMSfer. Schidtes. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore aTloor length wedding gown of whits embroidery shiffle fitted biniice with an embroidered tul le with a basque siyling with a rcalloped neckline and a deep jK>int front with a back butioh- ing. Sleeves were short with eaimtlets of schiffle tulle. Th£ skirt was- a full <red!«gote ot schiffle embroidery tulle Scallop* ed over a full skirt of ruffles of tulle and underskirt of sfttln. Her veil was of finger tip", length lac& and ciystal pleating with pearl trim. She carried a bouquet o£ pink roses, M- '•. |fr. f0 R uMi«o TiMTo^ WM&W HOUSE PAINT NOW ONLY* •-iiiiiiiali^S^ ••t ••*' ' -* PER GALLON white and ready-Vnlxed body colors GULL HARDW I 1 ALGONA, IOWA »" • T .I*., get season long - in corn f«. --. ^ ?X with one application of ISiMAZINE w " • PRE-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE ^•W-p-«v^y..j r-;;: ^v? ; ' k-V 1 ''.^- 1 IV'' ^ < AffArHua |f ^ L ,'*'** ^iicciive^ A._. - £"< ^ a - full seaspn control of most annual w«edl N«: fili,fft1ii)»r*lH,- Ply dealer today for SOW herb!out* Witt^.forfrep ^rschurt. fVJ i _j«BMI ?«/C!>flW!.»?ta»*! J,Ard»t«y,N.Y, Her fttatroft'tft ttoftor jrss Kfef, Samiis. sister, Karen attd Jtfrr bridesmaids were cousins, ttel«if| O»I3N)t»rt«t ahd Georgia Marlow.' .* The bridegroom's att&Kbnts were John Thul, Gerald l^rgens and Charted Cfslwatd of Whittemore. Ushers w«re Dick Kissner of Burt and Ffahd* Smith of Whittemore. A reception was held in the church , parlors following th« ceremony for 125 guest* with Utida O'Dontiell registering the cu(^W. Aunt? of the bride, Mrs Walter Sorenson of Burt and Mns Bernard O'Donnell of Lone Rock served the wedding cake. Mrs Lyle, Marlow poured. Beverly Warri^ of Algona and MaDonna Marlow served punch. Fern, Margaret and Judy Smith, sisters of the bridegroom, were in charge of the gifts. Phyllis attended the Lone Rock school and business school at Mankato. Gerald attended high school at Whittemore and served 4 years in the Air Force. After a short wedding trip the newly weds will be at home in Fort Dodge where they both are employed. ' COMING fcVENTS 4-M Workshop — May 2. American Legion Auxiliary — May 6. Serving: June Weisbrod, Millie Hammerstrom" and Doris Grouse. 4-H Meeting — May 9, ai Jesse Blanchards i— Mother's Tea. Band Mothers — May 13. Mr and'Mrs Hbward Lowman of Algona and Kate Schrader and Art of 'Fentoh were vlsltprs Sunday in ih6 Henry Schrader home. N. E. Heitcr'of Algona visited in the W, (5. Heiter home Surtfa^. Mr and Mrs Laverne Hammer^ strom wei-e Suncfay dinner guests in the Ralph Ha'mmerstrorrt'home. Emil Person and John Were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs, Blaine Saxton and family were ,•'Sunday" afternoon callers in the Har'olfl Saxton home in Bmmctsburg. Mr and Mrs Dave Webber and boys visaed Sunday in»thc Frank Gayler home' .-at 'Fort Dodge. Stihday guests* hi the Albert Shaser home >vere Mr and Mrs Lawre'n'ce Dlttmfer and MKagd Mrs Ray Utof an'd family of Fenton. , ' . Mrs Emma Hurlburt'apd girls and Mr and Mrs "Bill -McCurry of Renwick Were Sunday callers in, the Clinton Rath home. Visitors Sunday irf the 'Art Person home were Sig Orvscks of Elmore and Doft Webber/ ' t , • Mr -Or 'Richafds-vjsited-JSunday in the Alfred D^tsworth home at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton ,vjsit- ed Sunday in the home 1 of the W. A. Officers in Fort Dodge. , Mrs Glenn .Householder, Larry, Gloria and -Dennis 1 spent the weekend in their^home at Hack^ ensack, Minn.« ^ * * • *• v , -,, ^ - Mr and Mrs Art Priebe enter-j tained ,as.Sunday dinner guests,. Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe, Batty and Kelly and Mr and Mrs Carl 3 riebe of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Don Houck visited with their daughter, Marjorie, in ,incoln, Neb. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jdhnalhan visited Sunday with their daughter, iPatty who s in Woodward. Mr and Mrs Henry- \ybqdwicjs of Rake are parents of a boy. The ittlc lad has been named Dona.ld Henry. Mr Woodwick is the son of Mrs Ortwin Tjetz ' of Lotts j ^reak. ' Mr and Mrs.Geoi'ge Lpng and Mrs Ruth Krueger visited 'Saturday evening in the Dennis kong home in Esther-vine. Mr qiid Mrs Clarence Ackergon,were Sunday' guests in" the George Lqng home. Mr and Mrs ,Otto i Harlan of Algona were afternoon callers at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Leo spent thejwcekgfid in.Aui WJs..^ visiting fn I&* Paeken's «i«t«r, $$£ «:«.,.«,. Naurftan Who recen^f.n, Burt. Mrs Louis Riedel <o. and Mrs Paul Boatwright 6f __> Mbihes also w6nt atollfc "wB* them. . ' f ' ! i|t Mrs Alice Brierle is vtsliittg M the John Households fidfte If Oelwein. ' " ' ^ Mr and Mrs Fred SchulU art Dawn and Linda Ramus vis" * Sunday in the hom^ of H•""" Schullz of Cedar Falls, 1 , Kathryn Bierstedt r daL 0 . the Howard Blerltedti^fnt ed Jane Drcyer and cfiwyl ,. brod by taking them stealing} on her 10th birthday. ' 'K Lawrence Newbrough an! David, Mr and Mrs Ed BlamthW and Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough- and family visited Sunday in tne A. D. Ncwbrough home. , : , '. Mrs Mary Flaig attended J the wedding of her niece Phyllis O'Donnell to Gerald Smith Sa>, urday at Bancroft. ' Dannis, Kenneth and Maurice spent the weekend at home with trie!* mother. the Ed O'Donnells and May 1 ibur lives. f Pf . Ml- orwe -.,-._, w _ ^H^WVO" 't ..,' hotee -War*. _ T Fe%ttm» Clarence'•».«».,£,..»..,~ _s Mdifies ahd Sm\6$Wtffim of Estheryllte, * * - • ; to Attend >thfe'£? ferefite of North tb 3 Watt_. i hOtTftpfcOfly ATJ,*a F AWJ V6<J<3*»«lj ****« gdith Gotfotit MM MSry witfifem Mrs Gfkfce^Fisclter*, MH'Bipard fox, Mrs Art Prifebe, Mrs Elditt Marlow arid Mrfl"li|lUon Madison. visited 'Mohaay wiorrifai *m, the home of Ruth Krueger.* 1 • ' r Mr and 'Mrs Or^illie Deai;dorff and family of ¥ale and, Mr., and Mrs Roger. Jensens and family and MUT Tena JeHsefi were Sun^ day dinner guests ;jn the Roy Jensen hdme.' ' Mrs Darryl Householder m #•% fV\ :Homte Mr tM : *tfHoitf i' ute of ' Mr And Mfs- Alvin 1 were !h skettasirbrTitoidttL' £<jPH&t&i ^WjfijS 111 uie.uuiiic t»ijiYik auu.2u.isi n. Behrehds at, ,S^»J§, .*«& • - *3 CjrCn'&lCi R&Ql|£ JhlOtfit} •*W^6i'6£ Arli 1 dliCl Mri? 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Prices Good For One W*$k Only -f Mai/ 1st Until May 9th! , , - '",'''"' '%'' f l-f£' .- .^^•:<4^"- < t^^4;<4 ;i ^ .:• i •. < , _ i • < i .'.Wl,7'C'"V'9, > \ > ?*, r''t • ' <^_'_Cf/i»iicriM»/^>J , - -' bamsomic--r- ? ft> *-?reSr%4W.«w«,A->pTSS.vM, i . . • y^* r\ • i' • , igi^^^W •-*-. ft -• Ring,Size*' - .:•••'./„ * / • v ^ , • - ' • -,' j,<- - rM c •<-• \ , - ''' , t Featured ' beautiful', Ui>hblstered " ' vinyf top thht gives yoQ^rnUch more \ropm for, playing, serving, working. Bright brass 'leg "I'spots"- se^t df£ a sturdy, handsome frame. ' Colors: Grey, White, Red, Matching' Futura < chairs, upholstered back and I seat, also available. 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