The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 3
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star of IN THE 'GIFT PARADE it V|\/hat belter complimenf for.pny woman! Famous Rdmblers that show at a glance their well-bred g^od looks, their capable construction/ their ex- jpeVt details. '•-" .. • • •. ; "_• ..'•'.•'.'. '•)\ : OMior lings $2.»8 to $12.95 i&f.A&*i >ii-!^' ! !* •-"'",• •J'rf t^iwt*;--! •• -.JtVi MRSrCS-MHRTAGH fi. Murtagh latt last everting fdi? EvanStMSfV Eli,, where she was sailed; because 1 of the death- oJC her slate*,. Mrs, G. W. iMoore; wH6fl6 funetfal' sei-vlces were held/ Tuesday. Mrs* Moore was bofrfr.on a 'far.ni n6ar Armstr&ngv Site- llvetl in vytjst Bend following her mnriT-- a?e. Mr. Moore was ift .the clflth* jhg- business , there. .She 'is surviv- 1 ed'by her husband; and. three chll- dreri,. two daughters tmd ! a son, wiho have all served: in the armed forces and been overseas. Funeral. services w*re held' Tuesday In BvanstoH. Mrs. Murt'agh was also notified on Tuesday tfiafc her steprmolher,, Mrs. R. 1. Cratty, of .Minneapolis, passed away the same: day. Shp left that eVeniria for Mlhne.tphlis where the funeral services were In bo held Thursday. '.'•-.'• Mrs. .Cratly was?' a farmer Al- gotinn, but had lived tile Inst four or 'five vears in Minneapolis since the death of her husband; BAPT'ST CHURCR 10 a.'m., Sunday .school; .11 a. m., morning worship; ,7., p* ITU;Youth Fellowship; 8 n. mV, even;- ing worships The annual Christ 1 ' mas •progl-am will be presented, by the Sunday schooFon Sunday- evening, Dec. 33i ' > ' ,' ;.-• TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH .Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Divine worship, 10:30 a. m., "The 1 Great Advent." Christmas rfer, hearsal at 2 p.'mi and 4 p, m.,; Sunday. .• •' . . f'( PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH '' Myr6n S. Olson, principal of; ,the junior Hih at . Fort-\-Dpdge^ will deliver.the Sunday morning sermon. Sunday school at the. regular hour. -, I 1 -'• FIRST METHODIST. CHURCH "A: .Warm-Hearted Church!',. Nelson A116n Price, Minister. .;'/ 9:45 a. m., cliurch- school; 10:45 a. m., morning worship, sermon,' "Getting t'he Most Out of Giv-: ing"; 5:00 p. m., Junior High. Methodist Youth'Fellowship; 7:30. p; m., Senior 'Methodist Youth/ Fellowship at Mr. and ^Mrs. Rayr;' mond REid!s,-21.7 .N;' Thorington^ leader, Lois Barnard'. • " "•'• -• Weds— _. Maxine Flaig, daughter of Mh arid Mrs. Frank Flai«, Lohe Roek, and Rdgei- Edward Jensen", soft dl Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Lofte Rock, Were united in mar^, riage Saturday, Dec. 8, 1045,'&t§ itl the afternoon in the Lone •Rbdik i s resbyterian church. ','!-% siHgle ring ceremony was '(.rpr- iornied- in candlelight fey ;tht* Rev. L. Kingma. ' •'•.>,.. -' Attending the couple'- vyord: Mrs. -Dean Jergonson, sislm' of the bride, and Orville Deprdorff; brother-inflow of the brido- groomi Charlene Rath and Helen .Spranlt were ushers. '; Lohengrin's Wedding March was" played by lone Lease. Lester SchulU sang 'I Lo^e You Truly" and "Because." r, A wedding dinner was served- at the Mrs. Wm. K. Fergdson home in Algona to the immedi^ ate family and : close friends. Mr.. and Mrs. Orville Deai'dorff of Yale, la., were out-of-town r6laj lives who attended the wedding. A 3-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bridb and \groom was the center-piece .•.for the • bridal table. Mrs. Harry Montgomery and Helen McMa- ! ,hon wer.e waitresses. ..''. , ' Tile new Mrs.'Jensen is a 1942 graduate 'of .the Lone Rock' 'high, -school. She attended'one y^ar at Iowa State'Teachers colWgti; ; Ce\ dar Falls, and has been first 'and lecond grades teacher in • the Lon6 Rock school' Mr. Jeps.eji^s also a 1942 graduate of the Lone Hock high school. .Following their wedding trip to Chicago they, will be at home after Dtccmber r <15 oh a farm north of Lone Roclt: The bridegroom »ls farming with his : ';father. Mr. and Mia, *.i;J. Gosh of Schaller were Sunday gifests of Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter. WINNING ^COMBINATION i-'%iJ*N 'scflptions,««in »ny- y>-5"« l - > thing else, it'i • 'combination of things. Our •Phamocist knows Jhat the fine, fresh rlhig he uses . . . plul the personal care he takes in following yonr doctor's 'orders . . . is a "winning combination". Another good reason why; you can depend on. our More for accurately-filled, prescriptions. llNESORGE DRUG Pl-.one 318 -,... 5 E. Stite/JAlg CONGREGATIONAL CHRIS- > TIAN CHURCH John P.'Clyde, Minister;. Sunf day school, 10; church • serviceV 11; sermon therhe,"The; Song at Midnight"; Pilgrim Fellowship',^ T p. m: ,,/'• -•..••'••..•-.-"'v ! •:::..'' ' it 7:Sty' 9:00^10:30^ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuni liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Iowa iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii^^ Esther L.. Langmack_and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners ;'. V : : v '.:i>> ' . : "" .I 1 .-' •|1. 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