The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1948 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948
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4~Al06r)a Upp«r Bit Mstnii ..itfrv-igH . ..;*«..,,i"~. .t .,.-j.. Tueiday, April 20, 1946 A. fteeeni Bride— Brown's Studio photo Mrs. James Kunkel. the former Josephine Zeimet of Swea City, is pictured above. The marriage \v;is reported in last Thursday's paper. The young couple will live on a farm near Irvington. Parents of the pair arc Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel of Lu- Vcrne. .^~ Emelene Alig Weds Monday, April 19. at 9 a. m., Emelene Alig of Whittcmore. and Merwyn John of Hurt were married in St. Michael's church at Whittemore. The Rev. Win. Pick performed the ceremonv. and the bride was given in marriage Hy her father. The wedding music was played by Sister M. Leo and Joan Kelley sang Ave Maria and other hymns. The bride's gown was of White faille crepe. The bodice was made with a net yoke and the skirt had a full train. A fingertip veil was fashioned on a beaded crown. She carried an orchid on a white prayer book, gift from the gfoom. Mayme Ann and Donna Jean Alig, sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids. Their costumes We:e of orchid and yellow respectively. Their flowers were jonquils carried on prayer books. Groomsmen were Richard John and Eugene Olson. James and Jack Geelan were acolytes, and Leland AJig and Merle Herbers were ushers. The bride's mother wore a gray- dress and the groom's mother a b>own suit. Both matrons had corsages of pink roses. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. Waitresses were Mrs. Duane Wallukait, Mrs. Forrest Gilmore, Nancy Alig, Shlrlene and Merrilyn Graham. Mr. John is a graduate of the high school at Hurt and Mrs. John of Presentation academy at Whittemore. Mrs. John has been employed as bookkeeper at Norton's lumber yard here, following academy graduation. The couple will reside in North Dakota near Bismarck. Edwin Weishaar Weds— Miss Grace Scott of Bertram, Minn., and Edwin Weishaar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Weishaar, were married at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at St. Cecelia's church. Father Peter Stahl of Lacona performed a single ring ceremony in the presence of relatives and intimate friends. Miss Josie McEvoy played the wedding music and Arlene Spilles was soloist. The bride wore a white satin dress with a long train and carried a white satin prayer book and rosary. A fingertip-length veil was held in place by a coronet of white blossoms. The attendants were the groom's brother and sister Floyd and Gladys Weishaar. The latter wore a floor-length yellow sheer dress and carried an arm bouquet of mixed carnations. Janet Cogley was flower girl. She wore a floor-length light blue silk dress. A wedding breakfast wfti Served following the cerettiofty at the parental WelshaBr home, 'find af> ter dinner there was ft reception and open house at which lunch was served. Assisting in the horn? were the grofom's sister Mrs. John Rudislll of Woden, and Gladys of Algoha, also Mrs. A. J. Cogley and Mrs. Pat Hiller. ' The bride is a graduate of the Bertram high school arrd has •been employed here by the Lde* big taxi company. In Algona she made her home with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Me* Danel. Mr. Weishaar attended the high school at Britt and is now a member of the Algona police force. He had five years army service of which three years were overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Weishaar are on a short trip to Minnesota. Schoby-Anderson "Wedding— Kathryn Schoby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby, became the bride of Lyle R. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Anderson, in a single ring ceremony Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Methodist church. The Rev. O. W. Brand performed the service. Ruth Ann Clement played the traditional wedding marches, and preceding the exchange of vows, Mrs. Shirley Morck sang "Because", and as a benediction she sang "The Lord's Prayer". The bride and groom wore matching blue suits. LeRpy Lee was best man and Georgia Gerhart was bridesmaid. She wore a grav suit with green accessories. The ushers were John Hopkins. Tom Elliott, Dick Meehan and Russell Pickett. Order Your May and June Chicks Now Swea City Quality Chicks JJ. S. Approved—U. S. Pullor- um Controlled See us for BARGAINS in STARTED CHICKS — Males, mixed and females. April day old chicks available. Poultry meat and eggs 'will be good property this fall. Turkey Poults White Pekin Ducklings Phone or mail your order now or see our representative. Buy Swea City Hatchery Swea City, Iowa Phone 35 •;'A . Special Purchase •JL '•'*•, •. '" '.!'*?£*^K 1 '.'^ , XT»,X ' _f '-^ffrfeiff--*" 1 and Sale! WE BOUGHT ENTIRE STOCK FROM JOBBER TO BRING YOU THIS LOW, LOW PRICE DINING-ROOM, LIVINGROOM LIGHT FIXTURES Hanging 3-Bulb Bowl Chain Type When we got the rare and unusual opportunity to buy these fixtures to sell to you at the amazing price of $9.95, we took all we could get. Needless to say, the quantities are limited— if you are interested in a stunning new center dining or livingroom fixture, come in early. This is one of the most unusual fixture values we have heard of in a long time. If you are building or re-modeling later, see these, too! Also! 5 -Lite Indirect Fixtures ... $12 ^ ^ Pratt Electric Co. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Knoll, ftepUt^ bf'lM bftde and groom feSMetiyelft t lt guttered fose petals befate the bride as she mafched to the altaf. Following the berernohy a buffet supttef Was Served at the home of the bride's patents south of Algoha, , ' Both Mr. and Mfs. Anderson are Algona high school graduates. Mrs. Anderson has been employed at the JfOS. Weiderihbff plant, and Mr. Anderson oWhs the Chrome service station. On return from a Vyeddihg trip to Minnesota the eouple will reside in the Anderson duplex north of Algona. Wedding guests from out-of-town were: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Noonan, Eagle Grove; Mr* and Mrs. James Foster, Perry; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mead, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barker and "daughter Barbara of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Kn'oll, fienftis and Terry of Baltimore, Md.; Mr, and Mrs. K. W. Thdresoh) Judy and ,Jimmy>f B&ftloltalftt », t. Bfowh fifitf Mr.'gfra m CTR. Clark of Am€s; Mr, and Mrs. W« v K. Sehoby ttf Dubuqde. Mrs. Kellh ttasfejUM-*. , The Plum Cfeek Worneh's club met Wednesday at the hbrrfe of Mrs. Kyle Keith with Mrs. Harvey Jergensen and Mrs. George Kain as co-hostesses. R"ftll call, answered by 22 menv- bers, was followed by a business meeting. For the program the Rev. O. W. Brand of the Melkp* dist church gave a talk on the subject "The Toleration of Rejig- ion and Race." Plans were made for an annual guest day luncheon Mich is to be held May 12. Guests at Wednesday's meeting were Mes- rtames . Walter Bleich, Frank Becker, Wendell Jergenseh, and L. W. Keith. Weds in Minneapolis— William' Campbell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell Ballfocm^Livermofe Slbls fhe Slbte leifchefs class, of. the Methodist ehufeh met April 13 at the home *6f Mrs. KaW Holdfeh, T»ssisUn| hostesses be* Ing Mesdflrnes Hattio Wtthatn and Elian Bjustfom. , MesdariieS Aliffe ftake and L. J. Jteed were guests., For foil call thtre was a plant and seed exchange. Mf.s Doege led devotions. Articles and poems were read by Mrs. Lolla Ladendorf; Prayer of Peace, Mrs. Holdrenj Prayer of Worship, Mrs, Doege; Because Men Plow, Mrs. Mary Steinmani Country Church, Mfs. Chris Johnson; dia^ logue. Agnes.. Bilsborough and Mrs. Mary Taylor. A card signed by all present and a plant donated by Mrs. Doege was sent to Mrs. Julia Dearchs, who is 111 at the hortie BUCK EGGS Custom Hatched, I SEE-A BIG FUTURE FOR LITTLE PIGS WHEN FED WITH "Minral Meal For Real 11< "< *">.i i ion INRALMEAL . BEST When You Want Better Hogs— . 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