The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 15, 1948
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4-AJflorta Upp«r 6§i Mdtfffi fuisday, June IS, 1948 Society Note r »-' Dolores Weds— Joyce SfttHntf Weds— The 'Methodist church in Algona was the scene of a simple but impressive wedding at 10 o'clock Monday morning when Joybe Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sterling, became the bride of Blainc Langdon Nelson, son of Mrs. Lewis Nelson of Tacoma, Wash. While the guests assembled Ruth Ann 'Clement played a pipe organ pfcigram. The altar was decorated with white Kinds in tall vases and lighting was from long white tapers in a double candelabra through which smilax was wound. Mrs. Vaughn Rising was soloist and before the ceremony she .sang .-.'.''Because" and following exdnange of vows "The Lord's Prayer". •The bMdo a'seenclocl to the altar'.'on the. arm of her father, and was-met there by the groom. f(c>Y.,'.;F; 'Earl Burgess read a doubje ring service in the pres- one0»-of a large number of close Iridftds and relatives. The bride wore a street length dress of white eyelet embroidery. ;ind the bridesmaid, Mildred Fineham of Ames, wore an iden tical dress of yellow eyelet. Both earned hand bouquets Miss Sterling's only jewelry was n strand of pearls, a gift from the groom. Gerald Caclyof Mason City was lust. ,1111111, and tlio ushers were Donald Bureh of Waterloo, Rieh- •ard Halford of Clear Lake. Rob- (•rt Collins and Joseph Rush o DCS Moines, Following- the ceremony a reception wds held in the church dining room. The. • bride is an Algona high school graduate and has attended ' loWa. ' State college three years, She is ;i mefriber of Kap- pn Delta sorority. Mr. Nelson graduated from a Tacoma liitrh school, • attended the University of Kansas one year and last week was graduated from Iowa St'ate college' at Ames with majors in both mechanical and chemical engineering. His social fraternity is Sigma Nu. The .couple left Monday after- noHn on a wedding trip to Delaware. Relative's and classmates from a distance at the wedding, other than those in tho wedding party, included: Nina Fineham. Ames; John Ahramson. Waterloo; Jean Doty, Mason City; the C. Olsons and the K. C. Johnsons of Hendricks, Minn.: Richard Bell, of Gilbert; Mi. and Mrs. Charles Fineham, Ames: Mr. ^ncl Mrs. Fred Chase, Spirit Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sterling, DcKalb, 111. Dolores Arndorfer, daughter of Henry J. Arndorfer of Corwith, became the bride of Charles A, Nordstro mof Waterloo, Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nordstrom of Mediapolis. .Tune 6. in St. Joseph church in Mason City. The Rev. Robert Saunders performed the double ring' ceremony at 9:30 a. in. Nuptial music was provided by Sister Rose Marie, who played the "Wedding March" by Kreckel for the processional and the "Festival March" by Read for the recessional. Thomas J. Ralph sang "Ave Maria. Thou Virgin and Mother", by Tozer, while the bride placed a bouquet on the Blessed Virgin's altar and during he Mass he sang "Ave Maria" 5V Arcadelt. "Panis Agelicus" by esar Franek. and "Oh Lord 1 Am Not Worthy". Bouquets of white flowers decorated the high altar and baskets of white nnd vellow flowers decorated the side altars, and altar rail. Miss Donna Mae Arndorfer of Corwith was her sister's maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Margaret A. Nordstrom of Mcdiauolis, and Miss Nina Jean Wobschall of Minneaoolis. Minn. Richard Arndorfer, half-brother of the bride, was ringbearer and Jane Grandgenett, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Hubert Nordstrom, uncle of the bridegroom, was best, man nnd ushers were Henry J. Arndorfer Jr. Robert. Arndorfer. ,Pat Laughlin and Kin 1 ! Cole. Ronnie Weber and Jackie Moreland were acolytes. The bride w;is given in i riage by her father. Following the ceremony, a weddiiv? dinner w;is served to 7f guests in the Wedgewood roorr of the Hotel Hanford. The bride's table was decorated with a 3-tier wedding cake, vellow and white flowers, huckelberry and white taoers. Lavender, yellow and white flowors nnd green tapers decorated the other tables. A reception was he'd in the afternoon in the Wedgewood room. Miss Marilyn Godden was I in charge of the guest, book. Mrs. of the Mediapolis high school and attended junior college at Bitr- linaton and Iowa State Teachers college. He spent 3 Vis years in the 8th and 9th air force, two vears In the European theater. Me is a representative for' the ,Standard Oil company at Waterloo. After a wedding trip south, Mr. and Mrs. Nordstrom will be at home in Waterloo. ' tet day, June 14. the longer. spend ! perhaps. %.tt5,,Wb1rk in , John fieere ofttc&'Sl Yaftlfna, Algoniarts who ftlteffded the wedding i,neludeU lh&' Jroom's parents, Mr, ifld Mrs, ILvJt Reed, /'•>'• ' " ' ' , * Asa of LiWfflohs,' Mrl ahd dfofdofi DAWdaoft • of Iflt his brother , i my, arid Mrs. Weds in Waterloo— The marriage of Robert W. Heed of Algona and Miss Jean- ctte Elaine Rogers took place Saturday, June 5, at 8 o'clock in he evening at the First Methodist church in Waterloo. Dr. Gilbert S. Cox read the double ring service before an al:ar decorated With white floW- rs and lighted by two seven- jranch candelabra. Mrs. Ellen Law Parrott played nuptial rmsie and was accompanist for Miss Ruth Ann Brady of Nashua who sang several selections. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in ivory satin fashioned with a net yoke and lace trim. She carried an arm bouciuet of calhi lilies. The bride's attendants were Mrs. R. E. Rogers Jr. of Hammond Ind., and Misses CynlHia B. Lowry and Carole McElroy. Max Achor<5 of Nevada was best man, and Douglas Brown and Ted Herbst of Algona were ushers. The bride attended Iowa Teachers college, where she was a feature writer for the College Eve. She was affiliated with Kappa Phi orchestra andthecoll egemi xed chorus, tra and the college mixed chorus. Mr. Reed has had two years of finny service and attended Iowa State college at Ames one year and Iowa Teachers college one year. The couple left, following the ceremony, on a wedding trip to Minnesota. From there they were going to -Yakima. Wash., where they were to arrive yes- C. R. LaBarre, Mr. and Mrs, Theo Herbs.t, Fritz Neilson and Kenneth Brown, his sister" Mrs. Wm. Hof. LuVerne, Qthgr guests from this area were' Mr, and Mrs^ Raymond Stoeber, Fenton; t Nlt. and Mrs, Glenn Reed, Fairmont: Mr, and Mrs, Ha>olfl" Larson, Klemme. Mr. and Mr 1 ?'. Dennis Gahart, of Omaha. Picnic Honors •Visitors— A picnic was,, held at the Call State park lastf^pk SflW""'-" Mary, Kathff irpt > fle*: Bill,, and JohW KBhl &K_. Minn., who vStltea-realtntel here last week Otnk^ttiSflfttirtfc who gave the picnWwbte* Mf,- and Mrs. Don Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. George Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seio and Kathleen of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Elmorc, Blue Earth, Minn. • fy. 5 Four Corrters Club— Mrs. Eula Rich, MrS.-.Clara Dray ton, Mrs. Norma,- Walker, and Mrs. Grace Shaw .entertained the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club Thursday afternoon. It was guest day and w.'m the members and their guests, B5 persons were present. W. F. Steele showed films of scenic places in the United States and r sports film. Lunch w'as served at the close of the afternoon. Father's Day Give him a watch he can enjoy, trouble-free, all year 'round—at work or at play. e 17 Jewel Incabloc Equipped Water Repellent Dust Proof Sweep Second Hand All Steel Case Radiolire Dial Expansion Band or Leather Strap J. P. Laughlin. Miss Juclv and Miss Margaret Campbell poured. The caki? w;is cut by Miss Harriot Schmid and Miss Louisa Macket assisted at the punch bowl. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nordstrom. Robert Nordstrom. Margaret A. Nordstrom. Mr. and Mrs. .T. p. Korf. Dudley Korf. nnd William '•-"orf. nil of Mcrliapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Arndorfer. Robert Arndorfer. Henrv J. Arndorfer, Jr.. Donna Mae Arndorfer, Richard Arndorfer, Gloria Widen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Grandgenett, Ja n e Grandgenett. Ernest. Widen. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. John Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwi'.*, and George Ludwig, all of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froehlich and Tony Brown, LuVernc; Miss Marilyn Rahm, Algona; Miss Joan Penton of St. Benedict; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arndorfer, Gait; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goettsche. Peterson; Hubert Nordstrom. Iowa Falls; Miss Nina •Tnan Wohschall. Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Laughlin, Webster City: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Knrds and Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Lander, Waterloo; Clayton Hanson, North wood; and Miss Margaret Campbell. Denver.. The bride is a graduate of the Wesley high school and the Hamilton School of Commerce and lor the past seven years has been employed as a secretary by the Standard Oil company. The bridegroom is a graduate Gertie ,Mr. ahd Mr?, tJon Asa and Mri Ray MbMahow, Eo'bwt Dickerson will spend -the feat, bf the surnirter With the' Fred AsW but Linda returned hotne' With Mr. and Mrs. Minuet. ' fiibnka Ssuple Wed". v Marian Krantz, youngest daughter of R. L.- Krantz, ahd D*ale Bruns, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns all of Titonka were married Tuesday June* 8 in the chapel of Northwestern university at Evanston, 111, 'Mrs! Bruns was graduated from the 1 ' university on Wednesday with a journalism major. Mr. Bruns is a forestry junior at Iowa Sale college Ames and both are -" - ' of Buffalo consolidated '\ "\ ' {f . . '$[& fiMrtf eft; ,itt alWJfaflyjlW fi / a?* ft «ta«dflft«riftfe,6&i*j r,wm ewpleteirs 8elir™ J ill! iHi reside 1ft Amels. The ^resbylefian WoMertS As* soeiation will MM Juhfc 17 for 1 o'clock luhdheop al the chUfch. Poster ahd Mrs. will be given by Mrs. Mather and the Ruth circle will have charge 1 of the program. At6 ttdfti* At Mrs, W. E. . teftaitted *t 6 fftmi in hoftof ef dttftf Soft . Wesley Bartlett entettained at a gy miscellaneous shower Saturday in honor of Joyce Sterling who was married Monday forenoon. The afternoon was spent play- __lng bridge after which gifts were h'ifhVhol at Titonka. opened. Cktestif included Ardis Immediately following high Kresensky, Marjorie Potter t Jean- „„ _. Hardy; Mr. and Mrs, tfuiius Knopf of LuVerne and vlr. and Mrs. deprge Knopf-and df Ventura, Barbara .re- lulIlcu ,to Hardy with the Morrises 'of a Visit with her cousin Mary liOUi Lawn Parly Hosts— Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa entertained at a lawn party last week Monday honoring Mr. and\Mrs. Phil Mincttt of Moweaqua, 111., who were on their honeymoon. With them were the bride's brother and • sister, Robert and Linda Dickersoh: They Were visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa of the Doan vicinity.; 'Other'guests in addition to the 'visitors and the Fred Asas were Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, June 17 $35.00 Same as above with chrome front, stainless steel back. $29.75 Same watch in 10K R. G. P. case. Stainless steel back. $45.00 FAITH •SINNED Each fleeing the avH that would , together.^ 'meeting Its' challenge* IOHN FOID and MERIAN C. COOrEI present ARGOSY PICIUIIES' l co-starring ' HENRY FONDA DOLORES DEL RIO PEDRO ARMENDARIZ Dirictidb,JOHN FORD Mitsti it MO RADIO Fictm* Cartoon News Fri.-Sat., June 18-19 fusf a Few of the Thousands of father'* Day G/fts From CO starring DENNIS O'KEEFE wilh Mary MEAOE • tlfnd RYDER • Wally FORD • Juno lOCKHAIT • Chattel MtGRAW Produced by Aubny Sihentk Directed by Anthony Mann SEE o squealer get his ...scalding death with live steam! Sport Reel—News Sunday - Monday, June 20-21 A career of action and security will be yours in the U. S. Coast Guard—the ACTIVE peacetime service. You will find worthwhile jobs on ships and cutters and at Coast Guard bases. Investigate these opportunities today! PAY for enlisUd personnel increaiei with advancement. Since uniforms, food and quarters are supplied Coast Guardsmen earn as much as average civilians in net pay. TRAINING opportunities in the Caasl Guard can fit you for many careen in civilian life. Check with your recruiting officer in Des Moines to see which technical schools are open at this time. ACTION 'n assured in the peacetime Coast Guard. The Coast Guard performs a wide variety of duties. A responsible position, on land or sea, ir-«»ured you. SECURITY is yours with a career in the Coast Guard. It will pay you to investigate the opportunities of a career in the ACTIVE peacetime service, this week. Watches Watch Repair U. S. COAST GUARD The ACTIVE peacetime service 109 FEDERAL BLDG. 5TH AND COURTS STREETS PIS MOINES, IOWA Tuesday - Wednesday, Jyne 22-23 ulll, ANNE REVERE BARBARA o NEIL-NATALIE SCHAFER Cartoon News A Perfect Gift For Dad! up '•? i Complete Set Two Covers__'___li_ ^$9.95 Deluxe Covers, Single Seat—;___ 8.65 Deluxe Covers, Two Seats-_ ___ 14.95 Made of colorful, durable fjbre cut'to fit smoothly. Easily installed in only 10 minutes. Drive your car to our store and have Dad's gift put right onl Locally Owned Nationally OrgonJzeS Jos Bloom, Oowner Chuck Kohorsi, Manager MOTOR TRUCKS RSALE 1939 FORD LWB TRUCK $450 158 Long Wheel Base Good Condition 1946 FOR LWB TRUCK $ 1450 This truck in excellent shape, 158 Long Wheel Base. 1946 CHEVROLET LWB TRUCK nzso Two speeds, A nice truck in nice shape. 158 Long Wheel Base, 1946 CHEVROLET LWB TRUCK '1450 Excellent i n every way, 2 speeds, 158 Long Wheel Base. Kent Motor Co. ALGONA PHONE 434 WfSdWil; Wfell ftttfilft9'6ll hetttfl, J fssttt* arfa bfiihv 3 bs'drdbffis, Ifltse g«t«ie* ( ftflft la! on excel^ -d losallon tin Ml S. #n&f eceupliss and it iati l»f«h July 1, ptiee Joel M. Herbst EDlffdN It Was 100 years ago, in 1848, that the Swedes and other Scandinavians migrated to Iowa and the rmidwest in large ^Umbers, 'ay THE DES MOINES ,.. REGISTER will help the descendants of these pioneers celebrate the anniversary with a ipecial .souvenir centennial edi- ;fon. It will tell of the history, the .egders, the culture and the ac- 'domplisriments of these people. There will be stories' of the early settlements, of which New Swed'e'n in Jefferson county was one' of the first. Another will tell tif Peter Cassel, whose enthusiastic—letters home caused large froups to start for the United tates. One group, headed for New Sweden, took' the wrong riv- £er and finally .landed and settled jft Sw!Me Point, now Madrid, la. i iThel'e will be pictures, some in olaun'ful color, .of the old church It Ne,w Sweden; of PrincetBertil |bd Archbishop >Eidem, two dis- itfngUiShed Swedish; visitors to Iowa;'and of the^irl folk dancers, sent to the United -States as Offi* cial,,representatives 'of Swedish . Get all these stories and pictures of historic''interest in THE DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER next. Sunday. Order now ,fr(>ni v !your carrier or favorite "rfiAvs* dealer. U24A Hooray there's a I coming to Kent Motor Co. ALGONA, IOWA FRIDAY 1 i NO. 96 OF A SERIES Presenting ; s The Farmers of Kossuth County *!>• FRANK BORMANN With the soflball season at fever pilch throughout Ihe counly. il is appropriate that we picture for you.this week Frank Bormann. When not at work on the farm in Riverdalo township, Frank is very apt to be pursuing his duties as manager of the Bode' softball team, and what leisure time he can take, off from thai he puts into baseball. Frank farms ISO acres in R.iverdale, and was raised on Mrs. Hermann is.the former Roselia Kirsch of the same township. The Bormanns" have eight mighty healthy looking children, as follows: Margia, 4; Judy,'5; Ronald, 6; Arlene, 8; Roselia, 9; Karel, 11; Luella, 14; and Betty, 20 and the oldest, All of the children are on the farm, and as we were drawing their Dad's picture, they made an impressive (and critical) audience. Judy informed us, during the visit, that they had eight little puppies, gave five away, and now have just three. Frank has some 95 acres in corn and 55 in oats. He hopes for a crop year that is not too dry, and if weather conditions are right, feels we will gej some good yields, • ' . : SUNDAY is D/D'S DAY. Father's Pay is-lhe one day of the year set aside to honor that Dad of yours, who has done;so much for ypy, When you look back, rgemories are centered around Pad and ^Pihe?; Wh7i th$y are the two nwt'pepple in the werldl Next Sunday jt's turn, IT'S HJS PAT^rqakj py j '• -.. ar** 41W A S TAT 1-2 f -' r I • ...'},!.,': ' . Yg»r Sflf« and C9nfid?o>ig| Bank

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