The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. Mildred FaiilsticU Bride — Nuptial vows uniting Mildred Faulstick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Hugo Faulstick of Lotts Creek, and Forrest Gilmorc, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Gilmore of Corwith, were spoken September 29th at the Tmmanuel Lutheran church, Lotts Greek. The Rev. A. F. Otto officiated :it the double ring ceremony. Mr. A. Lussman was I ho organist. Carmen Miller, cousin of tho bride sang "The Lord's Prayer." The 'bride, givon in marriage by her father, wore a while; slipper satin gown fashioned with a sheer yoke and skirl which fell into a long train edged in laoe;. Her finger-tip veil fell from a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried ;' shower bouquet of while nines and white pom poms. Miss Faulstick also carried the handkerchief which her mother carried at her own wedding. Marie Faulslick, sister of the bride, was maid of honor: and Jane Ellen Lieb, cousin of thv bride, was flower .uirl. Dean Stnuffcr of Belleville, Kans.. served his uncle as best man. Ushers were Victor Faulslick, brother of the bride, and Willarel Dunl'ce, brother-in-law of the groom. Whatever bind of Furnace you want wlictlier Coal/ Oil or Gas- Green Colonial engineered heating will give you the "Big 3" of complete dealing satisfaction . . . ECONOMV . . . COMFORT •nd CONVENIENCE. Before you buy any furnace coll or sec us. Laing & M tic key Phone 464 N. Dodge Si. Algona. Iowa GREEncoionifli FURflfiOE SERVICE Following the ceremony a reception was given in the church parlors. Table waitresses were Lorraine and Viola Bock, Emma Jean Metzger, Mayme Ann and Emelene Alig, and Mary Eizabeth Bierstedt. After a short honey moon the couple will be at home at 023 E State st., Algona. The bride is n graduate of Immanuel Lutheran school of Lotts Creek and Algona high school, class of 1042. She has since been employed by the Druggist Mutual Insurance Co., and will continue there following their honeymoon. The groom is a graduate of the Corwith .schools. He served in the U. S. navy for three years and since his discharge has been employed 'at the Bradley Brothers Implement Co. P. E. O. Wednesday— The P. E. O. society will meet Wednesday, October 2, at 2:30 with Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley for the first regular meeting of the season. W. C. T. II. Will Meet— The W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday at 2:30 with Mrs. Frank Geigel. Mrs. Wm. Carney will have the devotions. Dorcas Society Meeting— The Dorcas Society of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m. in the church parlors. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ole Allison and Mrs. George Spong- bei-f,'. Farewell for Mrs. Price The ladies of the executive board of the Methodist church gave a farewell tea for Mrs. N. A. Price in the church dining room, Thursday afternoon. She was presented with a gift. —o— , s Mrs. Vera is Hosless Mrs. Frank Vera entertained the members of her birthday club Saturday afternoon. —o— Twins Celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Weiland, Mr. and Mrs. Raloiph Fannin and Mary Fitzgerald of Britt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baylor. The family gathering was in celebration of the birthdays of Mrs. Weiland and Mrs. Baylor, who are .twin sisters. Welfare Club T,he Welfare club will meet Friday, Oct. 4, with Mrs. Ella Laird. Thursday,'Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4-5 HARD FIGHTING in the A RAW, ROUGH / WEST! Co-Hit—Phil Terry in "THE DARK HORSE" Added, Serial ''Scarlet Horseman" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Oct. 6-7-8-9 TlieyVe Ganging Up On The Mad Doctors! Co-Hit—Hopalong Cassidy in "THREE ON A TRAIL" B«ll-Smltli Wedding-^. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith arrived Sunday, frofti their wedding trip to Canada and will make their home in Algotva, where Mr. Smith is associated With his father in the Western Bijyers firm; The Smiths were married Saturday afternoon, Sept. 7, in n double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. W. J. Cramer in the presence of 150 guests at St, John's church in Melrose Park, 111. Mrs. Smith is the former Lorain Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell of Maywood, til. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr .and Mrs. V C. Smith, Algona. Attending the bride were her sister, Mrs. W. J. Collins as matron of honor, and .another sister Mrs. R. A. Kocppel and her sister- in-law Mrs. P. C. Owens, who were bridesmaids. Mr. Smith was attended by his brother-in-law, Harlan Peters. Ushers were Henry Bell Jr., brother of the bride, and (he groom's two brothers-in-law Paul C. Owens and Benny Leonard. A wedding reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Attending the ceremony from Algonn were the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hat-Ian Peters and Mrs. Clnra Craft. TfrWnsefld Club-- Algohft fownsend Club fte, I Cub Seoul Picnic The Cub Scouts held a picnic last Tuesday evening at, the Ambrose Call park. Forty boys and 20 parents enjoyed the picnic supper and singing. The boys also played football and other games; Darrell Barnard was awarded the Lion badpe and gold and silver arrows. Leo Peterson received his /silver arrow. Mrs. E. C. McMahon is arranging to be a "Den Mother," to'a new group which is being organized. Hosless io Club Mrs. D. A. Barnard entertained her bridge club Wednesday af- x ternoon. Winner of the high' score prize was Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, second high ' score prize went to Mrs. M. H. Thompson, a guest of the club, and Mrs. H. E. Lampright was low score winner. —o— Mrs. Becker is Hostess Mrs. Henry Becker was hostess to the members of her bridge club Thursday evening. Two tables were in play. O-we-gre Club— The O-we-go club met last week with Mrs. A. V. Larson. Mrs. Morris Parsons is a new member. Mrs. Wyland, mother of Mrs. Larson, was a guest. Soroptimisi Club Party— Mrs. Andy Johnson entertained the Soroptimisi club at an evening party al her home last Tuesday evening. Tripoli was the evening's diversion. Ray Sankcys Have Anniversary — Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Sankey celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 29th, at ________ .... ..- .. . their home.J-:'. y '--'._.'. V..IL^», ' *•/ /> 3CohJhaa'ses h-sfve another da They arfj "going ''on 'a IrTpTo'llTi-jTer Ann? " Frank Zender is nois next Sunday, for a two weeks visit. Those attending the party Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bon But- (erl'ield and family of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hauenstcin and family, Mr. and- Mrs. Pete Henninss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green, August Hennings, and Mr .and Mrs. Rudy Elbert, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sankey and family of Wesley; and Mr. and Mrs. Delbeii Sankey and family of Garner. Birthday Party- Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves entertained a group of girls Sunday evening, in honor of their daughter Patricia, on her 13th birthday. Guests were Beverly and Jean Marie Capesius, Beverly Robison, Anita, Virginia and Patricia Simon, Yvonne Ericson, Marian Perry, and Mrs. Floyd Bacon and daughter Joan. met Tuesday evening, Sept, 24, at the 'home of Mr. an! Mrs. Lou Mc- Murrfty. Mrs. Mary.H*Sr*w«8 up- pointed temporary treasurer and Bernard Weaver temporary program chairman until •''election of officers in October. Nominations for club officers will be open at the Oct, 8 meeting to be held Al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wro,. Carney, G29 So. Wooster st. The sewing group met with Mrs. Mary Heard Monday. Mrs. A. M. Anderson 1 read a paper. Games were played later invthe evening and lunch served. Mildred fait, of Bnri spent toe weekend \vlth .her brother Harry Putz, and family. Mr. and Mrs. £ra Mansen of flon- da were dinner,guestssof Mr. and Mrs. Harry -Putz Stiiiday evening. Mrs. Cell* Evtt«M*f Fort Dodge spent Sunday withwthe Milton Foxes. She is a cousin" of Mr, Vox. Mr. and Mrs. Harry TJiilges, Mr, 'and Mrs .Frank Youngwlrth of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Art- ton Weydert of Bode returned, recently .from a ten day fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Pat McEnroe are parents of a daughter, Monica, born Thursday, Sept. 19, in New York. The McEnroe's have another daughter Jean Marie. Pat is expected home the last o.f this week from New York where he has been with his family for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knapp and sos Ralph of Mason City spent Saturday morning in Algona visiting Mr. Knapp's mother Mrs. Aggie Knapp, who has been . ill for the past two weeks at-the home of her sister Mrs. F'. A. Corey. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and daughter Eileen spent a few days last" week in Omaha. Ehroute home they left Eileen in De>; Moines to spend thejl'emainder of the week with hei''aousin. Eileen returned Sunday. Mrs. Bill has been visiting o/ Chicago 'the past .two . weeks at the home p( I\0rs. Howard Seely. The women were roommates at school. The Seelya> took Mrs. Benneti to Mason City and she flew to Chicago Tuesday. It has been 13 years since she visited here. , Mrs. C. P. Hansen was honorec Sunday at a birthday dinner held •at the Hansen home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rodemaker and Corinne of Kensett, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niei- sen and Bob Carstensen of Lu- Verne, Mr. arid Mrs. Lcland Thav- es and daughter Linda, of Mason City, Otto and Emil Hansen. Frances Hudson and daughter Sandra, and Art Wiese of Algpna. • Mry. O. F. Peterson, Nelda Ga«fi of Whittemore, and- -Mrs. Peterson's sisters Mrs. . R v .y. Manson, Sioux 'Falls, S. D., and Mrs. A. J, Patton, Sioux Cily, spenl a day or Iwo at Mitchell, S. D., last week; Mrs. Peterson and Miss Gade returned Saturday. Mrs. P. J. KoliJHBas left Thursday for Washington, D. C., to spend a month •with the Vernon Kohlhaases who are parents :6f a (daughter 'born September 25 baby's paternal grandfather. The 8 Ib. I'/i oz. Infant son born to Mr. and -Mrs.'\J$»y Muller; on Wednesday, September 18th, at the Kossuth hospital was baptized Sunday, Septemebr 29th, at the St. Benedict Catholic church by: the Rev. John Neopel and named Ronald Raymond. Sponsors were the paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Muller of West Bend. Mrs. Ray Muller will toe better remembered as Marie Pfcffer. This is their first chid. Mrs. Roy Keen went to Des Moines last Tuesday to meet her mother, Mrs. C. D. Fellows, who came by plane from ,Los Angeles. While in Des Moines, Mrs. Keen and Mrs. Fellows visited the former's son Dick and fam.- ily. Mrs. Keen .recently moved into the Backus apartment vacated by Mr. and^Mrs. Vernon Smith, daughter and son-in-law of Mrs. Backus, now living at Davenport. • : ,,\.,,- r,' AUQtfflk fttiitte fo**i* teft (fin • for her home in Mooi'he^d, Mln* nesota, after 6 ten-day, visit with relatives and old Affona fflehdl (itrs. Davis, as a girl, wns well known in Algona as Miss Mattle and for a time v/as em- /a ployed as nurse in the offices of Dr. Hartman and later Dr. Ghy. She comes from one of Kossuth county's e,arly pioneer families of old Irvlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Rahey. The numerous descendants of the family hold an annual reunion Jn Algona, In June, which Mrs. Davis was unable to' attend this year. Mr. Davis died some years ago and Mfs. 'Davis ahd their daughter with her .husband and two children reside at Moorheafl. Mrs. Davis stayed at Lhe Hugh Raney home while Kere. SEXTON SUPPER BRINGS IN $484 Sexton: The Sexton W. S. C. 5. annual chicken supper and ba- iaar was a huge success Thursday evening when supper was served to well over four hundred people, with the sale of fancy work, quiks and garden vegp- tables bringing a total of $48<t,75. Jacques 38 YEARS EXPERIENCE # DEPENDABILITY is Dependability! That's what you want w^en you buy seed com . . . and that's exactly what you get when you buy Jacques Proven Hybrids. Since 1908— 38 years ago —when Bill Jacques founded the Jacques Seed Company, hundreds of thousands of farmers have bought and planted Jasques seed corn. Their repeat orders made Jacques the largest exclusive producer of northern-bred seed corn. Today Jacques maintains t h at position because thousands of farmers buy Jacques Proven Hybrids year after year.. They know that, when they buy Jacques they buy the dependability that 38 years experience assures. Decide now to cash in on Jacques' experience in 1947. Make sure you will have all the Jacques Hybrid Seed Cfrn you will need. BRED IN THE NORTH-CULLED BY NORTHERN WEATHER JOHN VOSS, JR. LUVERNE, IOWA J acaues 7>noi/&K-< HYBRID SEED CORN Aftfi imtiy of flea* Titouka 1 tf HOME RENDERED LARD BAKERY FINN sick dlifing schoftl hours Thursday and was takert horse. 8hr was still ftbsgrrt from School Ffl day. Mr. and Mrs. Hermfrh Wise and Ruth Diarib, Renwfek, were (Friday visitors at the horhe di h'is mother Mfs. Sa'fah Wise &nd family. .Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bfethorst, Milwaukee, Wis., Visited Ia9t week at the parental L. P. Bret- toorsts iind with- his brother, the Ferd Brethdf.sts. . Mr. and Mrs. Joe -Wise and family, .Mrs. A*eh .Burger and Mrs. Alfred Opheim were Tues? day .dinner guests at the Henry Phillips home in Algonai John Anker of Flom, Minn., spent Thursday afternoon and evening .at the Sarah Wise home, where he visited his niece and family, the Joe Wise family, who. is here from Wisconsin. Feels His Oats. Ralph Wagner, of near .Ode-bolt,' reports this ibest 6at yield of all lime this season. He .has received 19 triple 'box loads from 19 acres, with the oats testing 33 V6, ADS BRINGS RESULTS The Carpenters and Painters Have Gone! COAST-TO-COAST STORE IS ALL FINISHED! We Aie Celebrating With a Big Value Week! Hammer Handles 6c IT NOW THRU SATURDAY, OCT 5th Get Your Share of These Specials WINTER AUTO OIL 10-20-30 GALLON m ' Lb. [f "j ' '"N • • In^O Ib. Assortment Tractor Generator Kits Complete—Brackets, Belts, Etc. $1995 SOILAX CLEANER 19c Box 6 Inch Stove Pipe 17c Radio "B" Batteries Heavy Duty $J98 1,000 JHour Packs Flashlites 69c Two-cell 5 ; Complete With Batteries 24 Inch Length HACKSAW BLADES 3 to 25c, Refrigerator Dishes 19c Get Your Car Ready For Winter LARGEST STOCK OF SEAT COVERS IN TOWN FULL LINE OF FROST SHIELDS, ETC. HANDI-CARTS, PRICED AT It's the lowest price we have seen on this all-purpose yard cart. All-metal, rubber COFFEE CUPS 4c Glass Panes 5c CRESCENT WRENCHES Padlocks With 2 keys Reg. $6.50 .( . * Electric Iron RADIOS, NEW, PRICEb AT Come in and see oin-' stock of different models— *we think we have a radio ^ • (ME JBA ' to please you ........ ,.« .......... ,-~. ........ JMVJW HOT PLATE Single We cordially invite you to come in o«r store and see the newly deeorited Paint and Sporting Goods departments .,, the new Auto Supplies section ,., and the new-section lor Oils and'Greases, AW tj»e flford« ware section, and Farm Supplies. Owr Fftrniture Balcony is also rearranged. Jrist come in and browse around—we think you'll like the "new" CoasMo-Coast Stare, COAST-TO-COAST P7*.- JOE BtOOM, Owner .««:•

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