The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 17
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. ..-.Wi-fT Janice Marty, Cor with, Weds HarlanMan St. Lawrence Catholic church at Carroll was the scene of a wedding Aug. 12 when Janice Maine Marty, Corwith, became the bride of Afriold Edward Elbert, Harlan. The brlcte is a daughter of :Mr and Mrs Edwin H, Marty of Corwith while the bridegroom is a son of Mr find Mrs Arnold iW, Egbert, Algona. Father Nooney officiated at the nuptial mass and double ring ceremony. John 'Frances Elfoert and 'Jim Elibert, brothers of the bridegroom, served as acolytes. Agnes Rose'Elbert was maid oi honor. Don Bierstedt was best man. The bride wore a' floor length wedding gown of rose .ppiwte lace and tulle styled with a fitted bodice of lace coming to points at the side and center* front and back, pearl and sequin trimmed, scalloped Sabrina neckline, -with short sleeves and matching mitts. The full bouffant 'skirt was of lace and tulle over net, over ' taffeta. . Her fingertip -veil of pumsilk illusion was held in place by-a lace cap with rolled•,tulle edge and pearl and sequin trim. She carried a Venetian lace covered prayer book topped with a detachable red Happiness rose corsage. Vari- gated beauty Ivy foliage cascaded off the corner of the book with rose buds tied in the knotted satin showers, ttef jewelry pearl necklace and earrings, a gilt of the bridegroom. A wedding dinner was so-rved at 12:30. *A three-tiered wedding cake on wreathed green huckel- berry foliage centered the table for 25 guests. A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's broth- ^^•jhfcJfclteB^Ii*|«f» fcj^»^^ft b^&|HU^f^^^^HyB«k»HKK •IBMHMMWlHMBMBMMMMbi MHiiBMHHHMMMMHIHI Swea & Eagle S/Sgt. and Mrs Clarence Gor- aczkowski and family and Mr and Mrs Archie Hurren and baby iiunie ui me >uj,iui.-gi.uum a UIUMI-i ivirs /vrciiie iiunen aim UHU.Y er-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs I we're Tuesday evening gucats of T*r»^ Tlio-rctorlt f^arrnll 1 #&.*. tXr<*«.vi4M* T3«^**«is" fM-.it . 4«*n friends find tfclattvw ftvr the >ast ttvo weeks, ore planning to return to their home at Hawthorne, Caltt Thursday. JP family" reunion was held at the Wallace Dawsons Sunday in honor of MM Bawson's pawnls and brother, the Morton Roalsons and Howard. ,. The Virgil Jensen famliy,, ac- Don Bierstedt, Carroll. The bride is a graduate .of Vernon high school and for four years has been employed at Bradley Bros. here. The groom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and served four years in the U.S. Navy. He is at present employed at Harlan. After a short wedding trip, Mr and Mrs Eibert will live in Harlan. the Warren Bi-oncs'. The two .i^ltr V II ft I* v v-nowi » •»»... — & I eompanied Mrs Virgil Jensen to Rochester Monday morning where SWEA CITY NEWS Mr and Mrs O. B. Koons attended the Saxton family reunion at Fairmont, Minn. Sunday, Wednesday morning coffea guests > at the Selmar Uhr home were Mrs Francis Carmen and her mother, Mrs Mason of Wheaton, 111.; Mrs Ralph Weber of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Elmer Franks and Carrol of Sw'ea City. Sunday visitors at the Oscar Linde home were , Mr and Mrs Archie DitsWorth. Mr and Mrs Arnold MoFarland, Mr and Mrs Glen Mino and Mr and Mrs Wallace Reynolds visited the Lihdes Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Brink Shipler were Sunday dinner guest of her mother, Mrs Lula Ringsdorf at Bur.t. ; Monday supper guest of Mr a Grace Baker were her brother and famliy, the Lewis Hansons of Burt. ' DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's '.•.•' Office CY 4-3373 Home CY 4-4836 ALGONA men are in tho Air Force, having been stationed in Japan. Roy Pehrson's nephew and bride, Mr and Mrs Donald Pehrson of Cleveland, Ohio, spent tho weekend with the Pehrsons. i Saturday evening guests at the ftoy Pehrson's were Roy's brother, Mr and Mrs Bernard Pehrson Of Moorhead, Minn., Mrs Mary Pehrson of Los Angeles, Cal., arid Richard Pehrson and family of Port Dodge. A reception was held later in the evening for thn newlyweds with additional guests as follows; Mr and Mrs M-artin Swanson of Fa'irmont, Mr and Mrs Duayne Meyers and Mr and Mrs Bob'Rahe and family of Algona, Mi- and Mrs Charles Sholtes and Mr and Mrs E. J. Odell of Bancroft, the Arden Hoveyn of Lone Rock, Vernon Pehrsons and Clarence Hoveys of Arm strong and Mrs Nacla Pehrson. Mr and Mrs'Frands Torine nnd Larry visited Francis 1 aunt, Mrs Minna Cole at Estheryille Friday. (Mr and Mrs Darwin Deim arc visiting a few days with her parents, the E. J. Heidenwkhs. Sunday evening, the Virgil Jensens entertained at a barbecue supper. Guests were Mr and Mrs Wayne Jorgenson and family, Mrs Hilda Fosgren and Mr and Mrs Weldon Brandt. The ; Leonard Petersons attended the Peterson family reunion at Mankato Sunday'. The Joe Prestons, Nina Traub of Des Moines, the Maynard Prestons, Earl Prestons and Thomas Preston attended a family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs H. A. Schuler and 1 family of Des Moines came Tuesday to spend a few days with his parents the Henry Schulers and other relatives. Sunday the Hans Petersons visited Hans' mother, Mrs Elsie Peterson, at Broadlawns Hospital, Des Moines. The Merton Roalsons and Howard, who 'have been visiting she will have a checkup. Lita Jensen is home at the Virgil Jensens fillet summer sessions at Sioux Falls College. The Art Andersons and Roy Pehrsons called at the Robert Anderson home Sunday evening. Mr and 'Mrs Kenneth Brones were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Anderson home. Mr and Mrs John Thompson entertained at a birthday party Saturday evening in honor of Mrs E. E. Thompson's 85th birth day. Present were her husband, E. E. Thompson, Mr and Mrs Glen Olson and Richard, Mrs Nora Olson, Lionel Thompson, Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompsor* and the John Thompsons. Rodney Strayer, son of Mr and Mrs Russell Strayer, underwent a tonsillectomy Tuesday. 1 Mr and Mrs Laurel Peterson, Mr and Mrs Rudy Peterson, Mr and Mrs David Anderson, Mr and Mrs George Nyman, Mf and Mrs John Nyman -and Mrs Minnio Kyi en and Florence wpre Sunday guests at the home -of Mr and Mrs Harold Hayes at Thomp- Mr and Mrs Paul Santfnor and family, Bob Wiskus of Algona and rM and Mrs Ed Meyer and famliy of Ringstcd called'at the home of Mrs Sanftner's parents, the Willianji Wiskus' at Bancroft, Sunday, thunday, Au0, tf, IWf (fa.1 EYE Barrel! Blasnitsv a Jefferson volunteer fireman, suffered an eye injury recently during a firo department drill. A blood f >l in one eye has ftiplured stream of water trndet sure hit him directly in twe eye. Phone CY 4*3535 - Ydur Newspaper ^ „ .,. t . fliM _ J]1 ___ 1 i--- n -. Jm u 1 , B ^ 1 - r ^-r— n'-.-.-; -LH.-J -«-.—-=— : - ' -"-itlr.r: - •---~ . ' >' " $25,000 All IP-GAS HOME PRIZE TRIP Mr and Mrs Jim Scyphers of Missoula, Montana, who are traveling by horseback across the United States recently spent a few days in Schleswig. They laid over in Schleswig while one of their horses recovered from a wire cut. Their destination \s Wheeling, West Virginia. LAST WEEK IN HIS ODDS AND ENDS column, Huss Waller pointed out to us that housekeeping can be made a lot easier if wo o at it ritfht. We Kills have lust been buffaloiiiR the men about Jomestic duties being so tough, nnd if we'd slop operating under "an obsolete era and under a program thnt long ago should nave been discarded", we wouldn't be so overworked. 9 * * .JUST BETWEEN US GALS. I think we have been foiiml out. Housekeeping isn't so tough if we'd adopt Russ's methods. And to think he found all this out in just one week of "liousekeepmR 1 . AM PROPERLY GRATEFUL FOR this correction of the error n my attitude. The minute 1 read the column I began to feel less put Upon nnd less anxious about all the things 1 heretofore thmiRht f should''*be doing. 1 also started adopting several of his methods The fact that we haven't had a decent meal since that time, th.u our youngsters are threatening to leave home to RO live witn me nice clean gypsies, that the ants have taken over the kitchen and that my "husband has been eyeing the yellow pages of the phntu book for the name of a Rood divorce lawyer is not going to influence me one bit. The Odds and Ends housekeeping is really the life! , -• -•, ifi # * NOW I HAVE ALWAYS HEARD that one good turn deserves another, so without a bit of trying to get even (well, hardly any for the Scaling clown to si/.c of our contributions as homeniiiKers, i am going to return the favor. 1 am going to point out a few things to prove to Huss that running n ncwsdnper isn't really such a tough job—if you go «l it right. 1 am qualified to do this because I have had fully as much experience at managing n paper as Huss has had in managing a household. ^ , » LET US TAKE UP FIRST the subject of proofreading. No matter how carefully this is done, errors show up in the paper from time to time Some of them have been classic flubs and very entertaining. So to save time for both the reader and the linotype operator, and to provide reader interest, why not eliminate P'' 001 -!' 1 '^ 1 '"^;,:Jr'^ feasible? Well it's just as efficient, as a homcmaker letting d s s soak in'the sink and make the beds every 7 days because ollenei is not necessary. WIN '25,000 LP-GAS HOME by SWIFT HOMES COMPLETE WITH MODERN INC LP-GAS APPLIANCES! See us for official Sweepstakes Entry Blank! THERMOGAS CO. OF ALGONA Attend The Baptist Church in Russia has 530,000 members at the present time, up 'from 28,900 members in 1812, according to the American Baptist Convention headquarters in New York. CANNED FOODS ARE A REAL labor s;ivinp ilcm, UK RUSH pointed out. I surest that he use only canned items lor my s'mp'» i ;« method of operating a newspaper. Now, 1 know blamed well 11 it nnv editor gets ten or twelve canned "news" Hems m every ma They are mostly free ads, disguised thinly as news .ems, and I haw personally watched Russ throw many of them in the wastebask But they are already prepared and he could use them if he wanted S SiJnSftfv thinps And the U. D. M. would be just as mterestm^ as o "meXwe woul 8 d prepare using just the canned vegetables he advocated: Using these canned items would also eliminate a lot c,l h garbfrgelhc clean-up boys carry out at the newspaper a so, nnd that was one of Russ's points about housekeeping. ( incidentally, gals how Yong has it been since you bought carrots with green tops at | the grocery store?) * * WARMED OVER COFFEE. IN iny opinion has never been fit to HUTCH INS CHAMPLIN A GREAT NAME IN THE GREAT PLAINS "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" OIL CHANGE FINN'S "CUSTOMER GI,FT .SHOWER f Certificate For DECORATED CAKE For Any Occasion ^_ ,« sss It's just as good as reheated coffee tastcss. IT IS TRUE THAT MY experience in running a newspaper has problems-of .publishing a newspaper^ ^^/Yliuggest t TCHAMPLI'NJl GREASE JOB -r 8 1 I \ ? "S fi •~ •• ."UfJ J "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" TWO $1.98 HI-FIDELITY ALBUMS Saturday Special — Home Style Bread — 19c Delicious Cookies ' Ice Cream — $1.32 Gallon — All Flavors ALGONA REFRIGERATION "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" FREE SERVICE CALL FOR HOME APPLIANCES could just leave out the ads! Congregational St. Cecelia's waiting to be done. It's all-out housekeeping on a blit7krc,e scale S and I don't have time to do it. That's why the gaS especially those who are full-time homemakers, keep fuss.mg at the housekeeping from d_ay to day. ^ SO YOU SEE, I AM SORT of a horrible example of what hap nens if you follow the Odds and Ends method of housekeeping. Rus pens n you „} , livp u , e wav we have to at our house nor would he OU want to pit ou a newspape? under Grace's simplified methods In She may not even want to publish Woman's World any mor after readi^ this week's column, and then he can go back to put m out the newspaper as he wants to and I can keep house like Id lik to Anybody want to hire an ex-columnist who is very devoted to Odds and Ends housekeeping? ^ ^ THERE WAS A FINE* LETTER from Gladys Barker this week after several months of not hearing from her. She says, I don I how many letters I've started to you and couldn t get them FM« d Srker> at a new job in Phoenix, Amona since he the Church of YOUR Choice Every Week St. Thomas Episcopal First Presbyterian First Methodist First Baptist Regular Baptist Church of Naiarene Seventh Day Adventist First Lutheran Trinity Lutheran This Message Sponsored By MUSICLAND the patented SI CARSON'S (FORMERLY COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY) "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" •A _«ifliv DELUXE RUBBER FATIGUE MAT "To Rest Mom's Tired Feet" ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^w^^^^MMm^nMUHMI MHBHWBI^^^^^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^" 1 ^^^^^^ RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY "CUSTOMER OJFT SHOWER- LADIES' JEWELRY CASE SOFTLY UN ED . CULLEN HARDWARE "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" finished." Mrs BarKer is ai a new juu m * nw^..^, — •• . -----,. , 1 ttle boy she so lovingly cared for, lor a year and a h.»ll. ciicd recently The new job is caring for a boy, 10, and a girl, 5 and Mrs Barker says, "since my own health won't permit me to, go.back to Iowa and Minnesota to care for my own grandchildren, these jobs keep me healthy and alive^and I just love it . MRS BARKER ALSO SENT ME several recipes. She says sj,e wishes she had the time and opportunity to make this one. It s loi vegetables for soup. 8 ql.s or l /z bushel tomatoes 2 qts. or 2 heads of cabbage 12 large onions 12 stalks celery 4 green peppers 16 ears, or'2 large cans corn 2 cans of peas. , salt, pepper, parsley and a little dried dill. . Grind together everything but the corn and peas m»x well ,ana boil 2 hours^ut into jars-and process. This makes about 20 nuaitb. Mrs Barker says, "I used it in soups and also made my f,c from it and we liked it." 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