The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 12
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A'^^i 4-rA!06ho Upper Be* Maln«s Tuesday, JurtB 15, 1948 Jhirt Blacksmith Weds At Buffalo Center On June 6 iiuii*rA * beautiful ceremony was solemnized at t ho Methodist clittfclv in. Buffalo Center at 7;30 p., rh.- on 'Sunday, June 6, when MTB& -Eunice'' Nerdig, daughter of Mr. iinrl Mrs. H. A. Nerdig, and Manly Klinger. son of Mr. and Mfs,;O; V. Klinker of Somcrs were;united in marriage by Rev. E.-Ti". Peterson. Mr. Klinger is a ne\<r'-Mask-smith here. Miss Lou Cell Nelson, former roommate of the bride, played a prelude of nuptial music. Preceding the?, ceremony Ambrose Mylan, accompanied by his wife-, sjiim "Ah! Sweet Mystery of of Life", Immediately following exchange of vows Miss Nelson, accompanied by Mrs. Mylan, sam; 'Through the Years". The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. A. V. Sandell was her sister's maid-of- honor. . Mrs. Dean Nerdig. sister- in-lnW of the bride, and Mrs. Du• ane Klinger, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids.. Michael Klinger, nephew of the groom acted as ring bearer. Dunne Klinger was his brother's best in-nn and Dean Nerdig and Clifford 'Wells were groomsmen. AJJiin .Sandell and Roger Klinger acted as ushers, and Dean Simdo and Harriet Wcntworth were candK'lighters. Immediately following the ccn mony a reception was held in the church parlors which were decorated with the bride's chosen colors of pink, blue and yellow. The bullet luncheon was served from a table centered with a 4- ticred wedding cake and candle*. Rutn Bosnia, Marlys Han sen 'and Mrs. Dale Nerdig served as waitresses. Miss Ella Mae Lang,, was receptionist and Mrs. Mitchell'.'-served the wedding cuke. Mrs. George Macklin and Mrs. John Snyclcr poured. Mrs. I. Griffin and Mrs. H. Schoonover were in charge of the gifts and the guest books. Mrs. Klinger graduated from the Buffalo Center high school and attended Buena Vista and Iowa State Teachers colleges. For tho past several years she has born teaching school. The last year .first grade at Manson. The groom graduated from the Somcrs hitzh school and served with the U. S. Navy. He was employed at Fort Dodge and Charles City and is now engaged in business in Burt, where the couple are at home after a wedding trip. Church Picnic Held The -Burt Presbyterian church helcl ; a" picnic luncheon at Call State' 'nark last Sunday afternoon. The men's soccer ball team won over the women's team by a score of 2-0. Following the re- croati'jn period a vesper service was held in the park lodge. FARMER S Let us serve your Harvest and Threshing Crew Meals. Ma Fischer's Cafe Burl Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, June 20: 10:00 a. in. Morning worship. Sermon. "Seven Suggestions for Christian Living". 11:00 a. m. Sunday school. Adult topic, "The Messianic Hope". 5:00 p. m. Westminster Fellowship Retreat. The Methodist Church William S. Handy, Pastor The Vacation Church school will continue through the week of June 14 to 18. There are four classes: Beginner, Mrs. Handy and Gladys Groen, teachers: primary, Mary Lee Parsons and Joyce Ryerson. teachers; junior, Mrs. Clifford Holding and'Kath- leen Groen, teachers; intermediate. Mr. Handy, teacher. The W. S. C. S. Mission Study group will meet Wednesday, .June Ifi. at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. G. H. McMullen. Sunday, June 20: Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. M. Y. F. 8:00 p. m. Accident en Trip Mrs. Fred Howard returned Thursday from a trip to Oregon and California. Mr. snd Mrs. Howard were in a bad accident on the way to Oregon and had to leave their car, which was badly damaqed. Mrs. Howard returned by train, ss she didn't feel able to make the trip back by car. Mr. Howard is driving the car back. Teeter Family Dinner On Sunday. June G. a family dinner was given at the Glenn Teeter home in honor of their daughter. Cwvivtlfs third birthday and Linda Nelson's first birthdav. In the group wore the little girl's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Teeter, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson; also Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannson, Algona; Mrs. Florence Schichtl and sons Wayne and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and Henry Bahling, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Teeter, Algona, were afternoon, visitors. • ' " Mrs. E. R. Andrews, Baltimore, "vld.. visited the first of the week it the home of her sister, Mrs. 'Tartin Grsise. and brother, Dale T 3undas. Mrs. Ed Woiske. Mrs. James Ollon, Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Mrs. B. K. Bahnson. Mrs. Kenneth Hammerstrom, Ruth and Alvina Hassc attended a shower at Fenton last Tuesday evening for Janet McFall, who 'was to marry Herbert Weiske on Friday. Mrs. Bruce Elliott and baby left recently for Long Beach, Calif., where her husband, who is in the navy, is now stationed. Mr. and Mrs. 'Leslie Hnvvder :md son, Pacific Grove, Calif., "isited a week ago Thursday and Friday at the GlennTeetcr home. A family dinner in their honor was given Friday evening at the Henry Johannson home in Algona. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton, Mrs. Florence Schichtl and sons Wayne and Gary, the Glenn Teeters and Raymond Nelsons. The Howders are cousins of Mrs. Dutton, Mrs. Schichtl, and Mrs. Johannson. Mrs. A. M. Van Steenbcrge left Wednesday Tor Thawville, 111., to attend the wedding of her daughter Beverly. The Donald Weirs, Estherville, were calling on Burt friends Monday. Air. Weir was superintendent of the Burt school some years ago. Clifford Carlson, Jacksonville, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Barrel Hooper, Ely,-Nevada, and Mrs. Donald Webster, Henderson, la., visited the past week at the John Koestler home. Clifford, Mrs. Hooper, and Mrs. Webster are Mrs. Koestler's children. Alvina, Emil Jr. and Paul Hasse were hosts for the Walther League meeting Thursday evening. A scavenger hunt was part of the entertainment. Esther and Ruth Hodgson, accompanied by Mrs. R. K. Jensen, Graettinger, went to Charles City Thursday to be present at the wedding of their 'friend, Pat Hess, 611 Friday. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Will Carman. Postmaster K. J. Smith attended the postmasters' convention, which was held at Mason City Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. 'j. Lock wood attended !he funeral of an aunt, of Mr., Lockwood's at Hardy on Friday afternoon. Ruth Hasse attended a Lutheran camp meeting at Lake Oko- boii Inst week Tuesday. _Stella Raclnit returned home Wednesday from Ames, where she has been attending Iowa State college. She left " Friday lor the Wisconsin Dells, where she will be employed this summer. Airs. W. J. Lockwood and daughter Shirley went to Corwith last week Monday to visit at the Lester Bonnstettcr home. Mrs. Lockwood returned Tuesday, but Shirley remained for the remainder of the week. Sheralo- Tlorstman, Lincoln. Neb., canv Wednesday for a visit with her sister, Jea'nnette and her undo and . aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mealy. The Nealys and their nieces left Saturday for a two weeks' vacation at Anglers' Acres and Mercer, Wis. The W. A. Hardy farnjiy, AlgdM, with them, also. .„ Mrs. D. A. ChlttefttJfeft' - and daughter Pttebg returned -to their home at WaVerly Thursday after a few days visit 61 the Dr' J&. H. Thompson home, They are Mrs. Thompson's mother find sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. fi. Peterson nnd son Larry. Raton, spent Wednesday night at the G. H. McMullen home. Mrs. Peterson Is Mr. McMullen's sister, Mary Jean Recruit left' Monday for Am^ijjJ attend summer school. ; Miss Emily Watson left Thursday for Radeliffe, to spend a week at the home of her- niece, Mrs, Hubert Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mealy and Mr. and Mrs. "E. P. Fredfickson visited from Sunday to Tuesday in Minneapolis. » Invitations are out for the wedding of Leugenla Riedel arid Jas. Fredrickson, which is to be at the Lutheran church. June % 20. The Wmi Heerdts, Hector, Minn., left Wednesday after visiting since Sunday at the Geo. Kocstler home and with other Burt relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lovstad, Duluth, Minn., and the Lester Lov- stads, Stewartville, Minn., visited last Tuesday at the George Koestlcr home. The Lester Lov- stads also visited Mrs. Lbvstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz. Youll say When you see the NEW FORD at Kent Motor Co. ALGONA, IOWA Northern TISSUE 2 rolls __19c Gold Seal GLASS WAX _. Table PAPER PLATES . Pint Doz, ____ IQc Whole or Piece WATERMELONS CHILLED TO ORDER 6 Oz. Marshmallows '14c Holsum Pint Salad Dressing 32c Whole Dill Qi. Pickles 32c Van Camps 2 No. 2'cans Pork & Beans ;3J>c I •! Black Walnut 4 oz. Nut Meats J25c i None Such 'Pkg. Mince Meat '22c Fey. Shred Cocoanut _;.,__•«- -,- That "Wonderful ivieat! Armour's Can TREET ^___ Sweetened . 3 big cans, Orange Juice _j__73c^ Standby Wh. Ker. 12 Cans Corn __^ 2.43 Pure Fruit "* 'v.-- 6 ijars St'berry Preserves-2^39 White Shatter Peck Potatoes J _77c / / 4 Booth Frozen Pkg. Red Raspberries 54c McMullen's FOR YOUR HEAVY HAULING OnSy STOVER PACEMAKER water softeners have this ® most-wanted improvement! AUTO-SHIFT Casy as shifting it your car SINGLE CONTROL Removes Hardness, , Iroir, Sediment SCKRADER HARDWARE BURT, IOWA CMC heavy duty trucks are your best bet for heavy hauling. They're designed, engineered ajjid produced by truck specialists . . , built by the world's largest exclusive manufacturer of commercial vehicles. They have tough and rugged heavy duty axles, frames, trans- ^missions, clutches, brakes , , . war-proved, truck-built gasoline and Diesel engines. And they're available in wheelbases, chassis and equipment options that permit a truck type specifically engineered for your particular type of heavy hauling work. Substantial production allows fast delivery on most models, Get a husky, heavy duty CMC , , . and get it right away, TRUCK OF GASOLINE • DIESEL Bradley Brothers So. Thorington Algona, Iowa otes Clfdo Tea Held- W, S. C. S. Circle No. 10, of which Mrs. Ben Potter IS chairman had an all'day tea .Thursday at tho home of Mrs. L. J. Reed. Tea tables were spread in the flower garden. During thd day there were G5 registrations and the proceeds amounted to $27.65.. Manka'io Couple Weds-— Peter De Vlaomminch and Anna Fl.ynn, both of Munkalo, were married in Algona June 9, by Justice Delia Welter. Witnesses were Eleanor and .Herbert Hoffman. Old Friends Reunite— Mr. , and Mrs. Ted Newbauer and'Mr, and Mrs. Jack Spies .of Gilmore City met Mr. and Mrs. JesSc Bedell of Pipestone, Minn., Thursday, at the home of Mr. Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see I &ELS J. 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