The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 15
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V Wegener-Worfe Nuptials Mf and Mrs Jerald Waite are. shown after iheir wedding June 12 in St. Lukes' church at Fairville. The- bride 1s a daughter of Walter Wegerier and the late Mrs Wegener and the bridegroom is a son of Dr.'and Mrs John Waite. The couple are at home in Fertton for the summer. Mr Waite attends Kansas'State University. A complete Wedding story appeared in a previous issue of the UDM. LONE ROCK Mr and Mrs John Newbrough, Phoenix, .Arizona, are visitin'g in the home of Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough. "Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs. Gene Blanchard and family, Mr- and, Mrs AD. Newbrough, and , Mrs , and Mrs John Newbrough and family of Phoe- Arizona, and Mr, and Mr JllAj •*»•* *.^WA*W» «"« -• —- — Fritz Newbrough were all callers in the Ed Blanchard home Sunday. Marietta Christenson, Pueblo, Colorado, will be visiting for a few weeks in the P. M. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards are keeping their son, Frank Richard's girls while Mrs Rich ards is in Rochester with her father. J ' , ; . Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow at tended the Vacation Bible -,choo picnic of the: Lutheran church a •Burt Sunday. They visited in th Rudy Willrett home at Bur Sunday evening. Portland Twp. Mr*. Victor Pitch Leona Haase was pleasantly uf prised Wednesday afternoon tvlien Mrs LevHs Mrsen and Nahcy, «Mrs Earl SUviefel, Mr.» Bernard Phetps andJVtrs Charles Phelp* dropped in with lunch and gifts la spend the afternoon with her in honor of her birthday. '1" Thursday afternoon, Mrs lyci Bergum and Mrs William Petti cord of Bancroft, Mrs Chris Haase and Vefnie dropped in to surprise LeOna Haase with guts ice creahi and cake for her birth day, which was Wednesday. State*. Mary Eucharista, C.«.M and Sister Mary Sheila, C.H.M both family sisters of Mrs Lawrence Govern, visited at the Govern home last week. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern»visited tht Fred'Schmidt family Friday. Levant Moore and girls .and Leona Haase attended a p:cmc at the Chris Haase home Sunday in honor of Leona Haase's birth day and Diane Moore's twelul. birthday. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Emil Haase and sons of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Melvin Haase and little daughter of Portland and Mervin Haacks 01 jivermore. , Vallda Bruns visited Mrs Lawrence Govern Monday morning. Tom Trenary, Jesse Dugan and Gordon Ktthh of Algona left Thursday evening on a fishing trio up into Canada. Mr and Mrs* Ralph Dugan and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Father's Day guests at the Tom Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday visitors at the Martin Becker home m Al- S °Mr and'Mrs Elmer Phillips of Sexton visited at the P. W. Marlow home Tuesday evening. ( Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and fimilv Mr and Mrs Lawrence Preslhus and Nancy, the William Giffords, Marvin Marlows, Bud Marlows, Elmer Phillips, Billy Giffords and Jimmy Gitfords en- ioyed a picnic dinner at Iowa Lake, Sunday, in honor of Douglas and Linda, Marlow's birthday also Billy Gifford and Mrs Bud Marlow's birthday. "A man cannot hold another down* without sloop- ing." I Patricia Gilbert Weds Atjjono tla.) Uppftr Dei Molnes-? Thuridoy, June 25, 1959 IfvlttQton Ideals 1rk-;i!s hcl their June rwi'tin« nt the how a! Belly Wu-U \vitr. Connie ArTHloi'fe'r to mi N<'tty Wirkwivu $j»ve n report on ih- ir trip In fclfcar Lnkr. J«vu> Hnnry anil Judy Ffiichlich i^avc liilks. Connie Arndorfer Rave n dwuin- stratinn, Two m<nhrrs were pro* sent. They W<MT Mrs Frwhhch nnd Mrs Seik-r. Get built-in gas-savers that give Bonus D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's Office CY 4-3373 Home CY 4-4636 AUSONA Patricia Kay Gilbert, daughter f Mr and Mrs Ray Gilbert of AlKona, became the bride of Gary Bernau, son of Mr and Mrs Roand Bernau in a ceremony, Fri- YOUR CROP INCOME AGAINST HAIL AND FIRE LOSS A sudden hail storm can destroy your crops. Protect your income with low cost, dependable Farmers Mutual Hail "Insurance. Contact your local agent or write today. Bohcmnon Insurance , Service • LuVerne By'Mrs. Fern B.igings icssc at Renwick. iMr and Mrs Henry Kubly, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty visited Marty Sunday in the Eldon home at Waltham, Minn. Ruth Ann and Bobby Lcgler, children of -iMr and Mrs Earl Legler of Seymour, arrived to visit their grandparents and uncle, .the Wilson and W. Raymond Legler families. Guests Sunday in the Mrs Lillie O. Hesse home were her daughter Carmen, the Rev. and Mrs Elmer Werhspann, Dan,, arid Rhofta of" -Aurelia." Dan 'and Rhoda remained for a visit. Mrs Ernest Meyer entertained the Friendly card club Friday. A<t, play, high, Mrs Herman Hinz and low, Mrs Charles Hinz. Mrs Albert Wilhelm went 19 Johnson, Neb., Saturday to visit relatives. day June 5 at 7:30 in the evening. Kev.Edsel Isaacson officiated in the First Lutheran church hero. Mrs Vernon Jftnson was organist, and Mrs Edsel Isaacson, vocal soloist. The couple was attended by Mrs William Christcnscn. who served us matron of honor and William Christensen, who was best man! Flower girl was Martha Gilbert. The bride wore a street-length of white cotton. It was f No. Dodge ALGONA HOME OFFICE: 23'23 GRAND AYE. ^ BtS MOINES,*IOWA NOW ONLY* PER GALLON ready-mixed body colors Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stripling arrived from their wedding trip for a weekend visit in the parental Mrs Jessie Stripling and Gordon Gregory homes. They will be at home in Sioux City where Kenneth is a junior at Morningside college. Sunday guests 'in the Curtis Morgan home were Mrs Freda Tverson of Jewell, Mr and Mrs Bill Rathman, Mrs Mary Fuller or Webster City, Mr and Mrs Eldon Walters and Mrs Fannie DeMoy of Renwick. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and Bruce of Fort Dodge were Saturday visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Hinz. .Mr nnH Mrs Merle Thompson Bond Interest Increase Is Possible Soon L. W. Nitchals, Kossuth county volunteer U.S. Saving? Bonds chairman, reminded the public this week that under the terms of the treasury's proposal to Congress improvements in rates of interest paid on series E and 11 bonds became effective June 1. Congress must approve the treasury's request to Congress, however, it is apparent it will be djme and the 3% percent rale and children of~Marshall, Wis. will then replace the present 3V 4 fashioned with a V neckline and full skirl. She carried a bouquet of white roses and a white orchid and wore a flower half-hat. Following the ceremony, a reception for 40 guests w;is held at the home of. the .bride's parents. Mrs Chris Magnusson, Bancroft, grandmother of the bride, cut the cake and Mrs August Bernau, Bode, grandmother of the bridegroom, poured. Mrs Ray Vcrhin- es, Kansas City, Mo., aunt of the bride, also assisted al the re- ceplion. |The bride is a graduate of Al 'goria high school and has recent 1 ly completed her freshman yea at Northwest Missouri State lea chers College, Marysville. The bridegroom is a graduate of Algona high school and is a student at Iowa Stale College Ames. , ,. , . . After a short wedding trip I northern Minnesota, the coupl arc at home for the summer a I-Iillcrcst Trailer Court here. I he will live at Ames this fall. (Ne ...more of your BIG BONUS at Standard nr bMcw., .driving worry-free and thrifty on Standards built-in gas-savers that give Bonus Miles. High octane A corrosion inhibitor helps keep ,carburetots~ : at Cleaner combustion keeps engines freer of carbon. Ad HOWN rejuvenates most fouled spark plugs, saves gas. leave see your Standard Oil Denier for specialized lubrication, a fresh fill of Super PEUMAIAJBE Motor Oil and a lankful of GOLD CROWN Super-Prermur* [or RBR.CSQWM King-Size Regular-Jiaue a good trip! %uexpecl more from Standard... and you get it! Isaacson photo, UDM Engraving). STANDARD O5L PRODUCTS Phone CY 4-3372 and Dale of Long PUUIIL,. Mum, proposal also provides were visitors with f« paie n £' ^ u le '^.gase of approxi- A/I, n «H -Mr* Henrv Hinz rhuis- Mr and Mrs Henry Hinz Thurs day and Friday. . . • Mrs Mabel Thompson went to Britt Monday to visit her sisters Mr and Mrr Perry Loonier, Mr and Mrs Ralph Andersen families. Callers Sunday afternoon in the Mr and Mrs William Bigmgs home were Mr and Mrs Earl Grimes and boys of Woodward, her mother, Mrs Lloyd Collins and Patty of Newell, S. D. 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Chevy showed the best brakes of the leading low-priced three m repeated highway speed stopping tests conducted by NASCAR.* No wonder. Chevy s brakes, built for up to two-thirds longer lining life, are the biggest in its field. tHali,.** A.«.cfalfa.» /or Stock Car AdHtncmmt and ttofarA Best Engine. Kvery motor magazine has Riven Chevy's passenger car andCorvette V8's unstinted praise. As SPORlb OAU& ILLUSTRATED puts it: "Indeed, this device Ls surely the most wonderfully responsive engine available today at any price. Best Economy. No doubt about this: a pair of Chevrolet sixes came in first and second in their class in this year's Mobilgas Economy Run-getting the best mileage of any full-sixe car. _ Best Room. Dimensions reported to the Automobile Manufacturers Association maka it clear. Chevy's front seat hip room is up to 5.9 inches wider than comparable cars. Best Ride. No doubt about this. 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