The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 11
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Society Kfotc de«k'Vaft Ness [Moward 1* fioenk and Kath fto VanNess were married at 4 ilock Sunday afternoon by Wendl in the Sacred Heart .ory at Spencer. \ [Preceding the ceremony Mrs. rley Morck of Algbtta saftg ie Lord s Prayer". ..liss VanNess wore a yello$ me floor-length dress, and. a l-sage of mijced flowers. rMiss Adah Carlson, her attend* It, was gowned in pink sheer".' arohl Larhpright served Mr. 6e*k as best man. ... • Mr. Hoenk is a graduate of the >rt Dodge high school, and owns e Hoenk Motor Co. here. Prior to 'bblri'fig .to AlgdHa h<S with his father in the at Foft ttodge and be*. ' * , Mrs. fitoeflk Is a graduate of fche* Algona high school, and of Iowa re'acners college at Cedar Falls.- she holds a master's degree from' Columbia university in New York City. For the past five years she has taught in Algona being principal of the Bryant school fof four years, i ^ Following the wedding service dinner was served at 6 o'clock ifi the blue room at Hammers cafe.' Tho guests were the bride's fath/ er.E. J. VanNess, the groom's itons Eugene and Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lamprjght, JMf. and Mrs. Mermah,Funk, Misses. Adah I Carlson, Stella Mae Breen, Jessie' Smith, Elva, Ewoldt and Fathei'j Mf. and Mrs. Koenk are on a Id-day if its. They will be at home nere after June .1, TAYLOR Implement Co. J.I.CASE MACHINERY * HUDSON CARS , PHONE 42 I ALGQNA.IOWA Chief The Rdrfect Ail- Around GARDEN PLOW CULTIVATOR DISKER MOWER SNOW PLOW Here in one machine is everything you need for small plot garden' ing and for general lawn upkeep. Briggs & Strailon gas engine. 'Full power for all purposes, We can make you quick delivery on one of these outstanding "Chief" complete power unitsl for SALE DDT 50% WETTABLE POWDER Schissel Rotary Power Lawn Mowers CORN PLANTER WIRE All Types Weed Sprayers HOG OIL-2,4-D Ester and Amine Solution HANP LAWN MOWERS f Fcirrh Tarpaulins NEW GALLOWAY 22 FT. FLEXIBLE DRAGS Case 18-Ft. Drag (Just 1) EZ-FLOW FERTILIZER SPREADERS Anthony Flare "Wagon Boxes NEW HEIDER 6x10 FT, BOXES Anthony Trailers—Colby and Case BALE TIES-BUY NOW FD for SALE (1) SC Case Tractor^ wjth cultivator (1)DC Case Tractor with cultivator (new motor) (1) John Deere D Tractor ' . : -.(1) International No. 50 Combine with motor: (1)1947 Case ~F2 5 Ft. Combine . (1) John Deere 15 Ft. Disc (l)IHC Corn Planter (horse) (1)IHC14 14 Inch Plow T (l)Allis-Chalmers 2-14 Plow ; (1)1942 Ford (A-l Shape) (1)1932 Chevrolet Taylor Im QUALITY MACHINES FOR , ; Profitable Farming ilement Co. CASE MACHINERY 'HUDSON GARS Miss Georgia Qerhart became the bride of Thomas Leroy Leie in a beautifully impressive ceremony Sunday at '& o'clock in the Methodist church at Fenton. Rev. Forrest Floweis performed a single ring wedding service in the presence of 80 guests. The bride was given in mai'riage by her father. Mrs. Lorerj, Brown of Algona played nuptial music, and 'was accompanist for Mrs. Mitch Tay- Jor, also of Algona,' who sang "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride and groom wore matching beige suits, and their attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson of Algona, wore matching blue-gray suits. The ushers were Jack Gcrhart Charles MeVay, John Hopkins and Wayne Down. , .following the ceremony a reception was, held at the church. HILP YOUR COUNTRY... HELP YOURSELF I There !• itlll « very real need for every ounce of uted fats we can lalvage. The World-wide ihprtagt ii greater today than ever before. Pleaae ... keep saving and .turning in your used kitchen fat«. P. S. Vest you do get paid for them ... And you Icnow how ready cakh counts today. Keep Turning in Used Fats I Amirlcu Fit Siliifi Connlttn, IRC. the bride has bceri enjelJ as a filing clerk at the Wei' , hoff plant and the groom is sale!*' man for the Greenberg Autfl SUP- ply- company. When they return from a wedding trip Mr. and Ht will reside in a Cowan apartment* here. (Relatives from out-of-town who came to attend the wedding in,eluded Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rejtrt- ers of Oes Moines; Mr. and MfSV R. H. Reiniers of Iowa City: Mr. and Mrs. Lennin Stewart artd Mf, and Mrs. Lester Stewart of Chicago. Parents of tho newly married couple are Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee'of Algona. and Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney of Fonton. Courtesies for Sue Norton- Sue Norton, whose approach/ ing marriage to Walter SeidlitZ of Oak Park, 111., has been announced, has been given several prcnuptial parties. Mrs. 'R. H. Miller. Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mrs. A. E. Krosensky, Mrs. Lloyd Robinson, and Mrs E. A. Scheme! gave a 7 o'clock dinner and miscellaneous shower at.' the Country club Tuesday evening. Trie gifts wore presented to Miss Norton by Janet Cogley, "bride". Bob McMahon "groom", and Molly Sullivan and Judy Dahlhausrr. "bridesmaids and were contained in a' 19rge decorated basket on wheels. Mrs McMahon sang "All for You", and a parody , on "O Promisf Me", tho words' beina* comoosed by Lucia Wallace. Bob McMahon san« "Beg Your Pardon". Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, Mrs. Matt Streit, Mrs. Fred Kent and Mrs. J. J. Lynch gave a tea for the bride-to-be Friclav afternoon from 3 o'clock till 5. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmever and Mrs. John Kenefick Will give a tea for Sue this week Tuesday afternoon, and Thursday Mrs. Mary Woodward and Mrs. 'Raymond Norton wil entertain'at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Woodward at Whittemore. . ' C. D. of A.'s Elect Officers— At a meeting of (he C. D. of A. Thursday,'May 13. the following officers were elected: Grand Regent, Bernice Reynolds, succeeding Ida Winkel; vice regent, Judy DeZellar, succeeding Bernice Reynolds; prophetess, Eulalia Altman, re-elected; Monitor, Vera Semon, ' succeeding Leta Meyer; lecturer, Mary Alice Fox, succeeding Mary Barry; histor— Ian, Erma Lichter, succeeding Irene Griff ith;, s finacial secretary, Eleanor Rahm, succeeding Vera Semon; treasurer, Dorothy Reynolds, succeeding Margaret Berringer; sentinel, Clara Weidert, succeeding Minnie Schick; organist, Josie McEvoy, re-elected; trustees, Mary Barry- and .Irene Griffith, succeeding Minnie Ma- and Veronica Rdetnlef. fi*|akfast at Country ?. MVs. W. K. Laivell, Mrs, W. A, Hdll, Mrs. H. J. Cowan and Mrs. K» a. Cowan gave a breakfast Wednesday morning at the Country club With 56 guests eh* Joying the courtesy. Bridge and Gin Rummy were played, at Which Mrs. Lowell Smith and ,M?s. Harry Greenberg won <high aflq second high score prizes respectively for bridge. At Girt the high and second high score priz- ea were won byMrs.Walter Lor- efi2 and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh respectively. . •v - , — To Present fleeital— :, Patricia Solon McEnroe of the fjos't-graduate class of the Northwestern school of music will present a solo piano recital at Lutkin Hall tomorrow, Wednesday, May M, at 8:15 p. m. Friends here have received invitations to the recital, Miss Mc- Lnroe is an only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. McEnroe. She is completing work on her master's degree in public school music at Northwestern university in Evanston. Mrs. Mahoney Hostess- Mrs. George Mahoney entertained the E. T. W. card club Wednesday afteVnoon. Mrs. Fred Powell won high prize, Mrs. Elmer Phillips, second hieh, ind Mrs. BurddoCk, low. Mrs.,Mahoney also entertained friends at a fish fry Thursday evening. Hostess to "Eight Specks"— Mrs. George Stewart Sr. was hostess to the members of the "Eight Specks" card club Wednesday evening. High score -'izes were won by Mrs. T. H. Vaughn and Mrs. Beecher Lane. No Deer A deer jumped in front of ; car driven by Orvilie Anderson of near Corley, and the vehicle received a dented fender. Afte; WEDDI BELL Will Ring Out In June .'•'.• ' » Wedding portraits are a specialty with us, so if you are going to make your vows in June make an appointment now to have your wedding portraits made at our studio. Brown's Studio D, C. Lighter, Photographer / Pll, 84W NO W\ORE MESSY FOOTPRINTS ON (V\V «E NH€ KIT04CN FLOOROSMAClO WITH MY A.m-ifa N6WM»OAS -^ ,« .. ^<£? "^ REFRI6ERATPRS (SMACK-SMACKJ) Stop in and see the New Serve! Gas Refrigerator today, Silent-No moying parts to wear out, GAS RANGES AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS TWO CYLINDER INSTALLATIONS PH0NI16 ,J^Pk™ m ( ^iw (|Hi<SP . ^•r%re Algoho, lows j —After Hour Sorvlft— f PhoMf48J PhontWIU Herman Waller Glenn Hermi \ Keep Your Farm Sanitary Our aim is to give you 2-hour removal on dead stock, large or small DEADSTOCK Phone Algona No. 7 Collect • or Paul Ernst D. X. Station, Livermore 2514 Schumacher D. X. Station, Whittemore 233*1 or 1500 Fenton : •_ 500 Lone Rock •____ < , '. 500 Swea City_ r _,.__ ,. 500. Ledyard : ! 500 Bancroft ___.; ,. 4441 Lakota .____ 2401 Hurt 178' Wesley __^.._...__^__J___^ 1500 St. Benedict._„_„ . 500 LuVerne ,. 4231 Let us remove that dead stock NOW. Tankage for Sale at All Times Algona Rendering Co. Dept. Agri. Lie. 33 Phone 7 :- ••••'• '-'•.•• '• U21tf. : tu«sday, May 25, Af$8itff uffffif the collision, however, the d~6ef could not be found ajid apparently survived the collision better than did the automobile, No riamages A judge at Spit-it Lake award"* ed a verdict of ''no damages"'recently, in a suit in which the owner of a Sikorsky flying boat sought damages again mobile way. there last suffimef in BOTH Alg&na AM&P&& for only one Chargft &J® ' teach 9,000 families tftef. week. * Ralph W. Lindhorsf DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Present Kossuth County Deputy Sheriff—Veteran World War II with 2'Years Overseas Service—Lifelong Resident of Kossuth County. Your Vote Will Be Appreciated at Primary: Election June 7 Here i? the story of a new jirincfpU of efesjgfi that has rocked the industry and given Hudson unique beauty not possible In any other type of car. T HE rapessw-a itopr in the new Hudson widely known as the "step- Hudson Jhas a -new, all ste^l Monobilt body-and-framc*, part of which is a rugged base structure tha't permits Jow- «rinff floors and seats down within the frame. Tj'he sketches below illustrate this design problem and show how Hudson's recessed floor provides a low, streamlined silhouette, yet preserve* head room. p" fpftturp— is ( tlie talk of the auto-. mobile world. And rightly so! This interesting development is the Jeey to a new kind of motor-car beauty never before obtainabje. People everywhere are attracted bj Hudson's low, streamlined silhouette and free-flowing lines. Only IfudspiJi because of its exclusive recessed floor that you step down onto, is able to offer streamlined, ./ow-buift beauty without asking you to. give up interior head room. Let'* take a frank look at the motorcar dealer's problem. Since streamlining an automobile reduces available head room for rear-seat passengers, to achieve ' a low silhouette and maintain adequate head room, both floor arid seats ?»?*sf be lowered to compensate for the lowered ropf. The Deceased floor is a necessity. But it is difficult to lower floors and seats, because in all cars, except Hudspn, they are built on top of a frame, Only ' OTHER CARS The tar above cannot be streamlined because tbf. ttttit for head room above the rear seat (which is built on top of a jrame) makes it impossible to lower the roof. OTHER CARS Of course, It it possible to adopt free-flowing Hues without recessing the floor, as sketched in the car above, but over-all height mast be rahed., ais4 Ibis destroys the possibility of a low silhouette, which is tor mark of the moaera motor car. , NEW HUDSON Here is the long, low, gracefully streamlined Hudson-only 'five feet from ground to top, You can see hour the streamlined roof conies down sharply over the rear-seat portion of the car, as compared to the other types of roof lines shown in sketches to the left. But Hudson floors are fecessed down within the frame, seats are low' ered, so you get more than ample head room, The "step-down" principle requires years , of engineering work, the development ofr new production techniques and equipment, and millions of dollars of highly specialized new plant investment. Perhaps ; this explains why Hudson alone offers this vital new design principle- today, ' You'lf probably expect the motor car that is the talk of the nation to offer you even more tha.n beauty and comfort. Apd it does! Your nearby Hudson dealer will show you The Importance of "Stepping Down '--ralsp its results in riding and driving ease, performance and safety. •Trode-merk «nd pg!«nl| pendlnj ' f Come in end gtt the full story of The Impertfififif fl| TAYLOR IMPLEM 105 5o, Phillips $f,

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