The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 11
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SSDAY, OCT. 29, 1946 .ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA, 16WA. THREE lice Heinrich Bride at Whittemore, Wednesday | Whlttemore: In a double ring itemony Wednesday, Oct. 23, at • :*. m. the Rev. P. G. Weinhold, lilted in marriage Alice Hein- chi oldest daughter of Mr. and :% Fred Heinrich and Richard iprstedt, only child of Mr. and |*fs. Theodore Bicrstedt. Knflhe bride wore a gown with Kafeta - boqlce and a bouffant (skirt of rnp'usseline do soi over IWjilte taffeta, with sweetheart line and long sleeves. Her edged finger tip veil fell dm a poarl beaded coronet, and fried a bouquet of red roses white pompoms. Marian Heinrioh, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and wore floor length gown With blue taffeta bodice 'and bouffant net skirt, of blue tulle over taffeta. She carried a colonial bouquet. Ma»i6 .Heinrich, twin sister to Marian'and the 'bride, Was maid 'of honor and wore pink floor length gown similar to the bridesmaid. She also carried a Colonial bouquet. Both Mrs. Heinrich and Mr.-i. Ble.rstedt wore black dresses and wore gardenia shoulder corsages. EXTRA MONEY Man \vnnIcd lo <nk« over Uin goo<l Snndny roiit« and iMifKllo haul to Irvjnglqn, 8t. Benedict, and Sexfoii. |'}nrfl $?•$« " 1rlp early Snjiday morning. Xecd car and good reference. IMione 858 or wrlle W. J, I'nj'iie, Box 08, Algona . Herbert Hackbarth, cousin of the groom, acted as best man. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to 70 guests in the auditorium of the Lutheran school. A three-tier wedding cake centered the bride's table, which was decorated in pink and blue. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bierstedl attended the Lutheran parochial school and graduated with the class of 1948 in the Whittemore public school. The groom served 20 months in the navy, of which 14 months were at sea, and received his honorable discharge with the rating as FF3c. The bride has been employed as bookkeeper with the Whittemore Auto service the past two years. Those who attended the wedding and reception from a distance were Fred, Albert, and August Heinrich, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Karge, Arldison, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heinrich, Congress Park, 111. Advertisement From where I sit... Joe Marsh Friendship—Three Thousand Miles Apart Ever play chess? It's a great :amc! One of the strongest fricnd- r»hips I know of started with a game of clicss—between Dad Ilo.sldns, in 1 >ur town, and a man named Daltoiv Jinnies, in England. They've never soon each other, t never met. But for the past eight Tyears they've been playing chess \ liy mail together — Dad puzzling Kover Dalton's latest letter, while he rends a chart of his next move to >-3Cnglan<l. Dad always thinks best with a class of beer b.cr.ide his chessboard. And the Englishman •writes him that he does the same. "You know, it's almost as if we shared a glass of beer together, tool" says Dad contentedly. From where I git, you can talk about diplomacy and foreign policy, but it's often those little things —like a game of-chess or a glass of beer—that can make for tolerance and understanding . . . between people of all nations ... between neighbors here at homo! Copyright, 1946, United States lircwcrs Foundation 78th Birthday Parly The immediate families of Mrs. William C. Elbert, pleasantly surprised her on her 78th birthday Thursday. Everyone brought refreshments and also a gift. Those who attended weie Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert, Mi-. ..ind Mrs. Harold Elberl, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elberl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Elberl and family, Mrs. Clara Mueller and son Eugene and daughter Mary of here, Mr. an.l Mrs. Hudolp-n Elbert, and Mrs. Hannah and family of Algona. Honored by Shtiwer A miscellaneous snower was held last week Sunday afternoon in Ihe auditorium of the Lutheran school in honor of MiSs Alice Heinrich, who was married Wednesday afternoon to Richard Bierstedt. The afternoon was spent playing games, and the honoree received many useful presents. Lunch was served immediately after the bride had unwrapped her gifls. Those who attended from out of town were Mrs. Edgar Heinrich, Mrs. Fred Thieman and Hilda Go'ebels, Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and son Keilh Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and son Brian visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith in West Bend, Thursday, evening. Mrs. Emma Kitchenmaster and children, Lewis, Norman, and Norma, Sleen, Mirjn., visited at the home of a brother and sis- L.W,. £ HELLO ANN The Name NEW! d New Charm and Beauty to' Your Home Colorful!, P«rable Plas,ti-p:ate—the Mod\. ^n Plastic Finishes—on Walls, Woodwork and FloorsT-Jnsidp a,nd Out. Flqor Finish -- 4 super, ^^.fije finish plastic enamel that withstands contractions, expansion, vibration and abrasion, IPerma-Seaj — Stqps concrete f. 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TWO WEDDINGS OF INTEREST IN THE FENTON VICINITY Fenlon: Mario, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolnh Peril of Fairmont became thfc bride o;f Homer Wahl of Pittsburg, Pa., Tuesday evening at G at the Peril home, Rev. Zemkc, retired Lutheran minister of Fairmont officiating at the single ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a while net frmal, fin'jpr-tip veil, and carried roses and gardenias. The bride's attendant, Mrs. Henry Theesfield of Ladysmilh, Wis.. was dressed in a white dot- led formal and carried roses and carnations. Mrs. Theesfield is Ihe brides sisler. The best man was Henry Theesfield. Following the wedding a reception was held, atlended by 40 guests. Fenton guesls were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, Ruth, Alvina, Mary Alice Rossiler, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peril, Jimmy and Bonnie. The bride and her parents arc former Fenton residents. Ths bride formerly was a Wave and the groom was in Ihe navy. The young couple will live in Piltsburg, where Mr. Wahl js employed by the Pittsburg Iron Works'. Nan Hewitt Weds Miss Nan Hewilt, daughter of Mrs. Emma Hewitt, b'ecame the bride of Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garnas, all of Northwood, at the First Lutheran church of Northwood Sunday, Oclober 27 at 3 p. m., Rev. A. H. Hove officiating. Mrs. Norman Dearborn was the bride's attendant and Reuben Cornelius was best man. The bridal party entered to Lohengrin's Processional, played by Miss Stella Leonard. Mrs. Russd Perry Jr. sang "Oh Perfect Love." Following the single ring ceremony she sang "The Lord's Prayer." The Wedding party left as Mrs. Perry played Metidcllsohn's Recessional. The bride wore a nylon formal, all over lace, sweetheart neckline, with a long train. The attendant wore a bliic and white formal. The ringbcarer was Richard Ballondhy and the flower girl was Rose Ann Truslem. A reception for 100 guests was hold in the church parlors following Ihe ceremony. The color scheme carried out was bliiOi pink and white. The bride's table was centered by the wedding cake made by Mrs. Albert Mitchell of Fenton. The young couple will be at homo on a farm near Northwood. Mrs. Chinas, liie bride, and Mrs. Dearborn, the bride's attendant, were teachers in Fenton public school two years ago. Attending the wedding from Fenton were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Benora, and Anna Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt find J. A. G. Smith, Jo Lund of Waterloo and Fern Carlson of Esthcrvillc, former Fenton teachers, also attended the wedding. The Fonton elevator board met Thursday afternoon. , ; Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Watson and family attended the Watson family reunion, at West Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mansager of Hollandcile, Minn., spent a few days last week at the Melvin Mansager home. Hilbeii Hantelman of Minneapolis spent Thursday and Friday al Ihe home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman Sr. Joan Meyers spent last weekend at the home of her parents, the Alfred Meyers. Joan is a sophomore at Buena Vista college' Storm Lake. Rev. W. H. Frieclrich of Fenton, Rev. A. Rehder of Fairville, and Rev. Otlo of Lotts Creek attended the Pasloral Conference at Ocheyedan Tuesday and Wednesday. • Sunday noon dinner guesses at the Theodore Weisbrod home were Dr. and Mrs. Edward Widdel of St, James, Minn. The Wid- dels were supper guests at the Alfred Meyer's. The Albert Mitchell • family were Sunday dinner guests at the John Micklick home in Hanlontown. In the afternoon the group attended the • Hewitt-Garnas wedding in Northwood. Democratic Nominee FOR REPRESENTATIVE Of Kossuth County, Iowa Bom and raised on a fari^ near AJgep, Sf f ve4n§ deputy sheriff J933-1936, sh^ilf from 183fi4Hl- Aw an active grain and livestock farmer, < Mrs. Rex Wolfe left Friday for ten'days JJi Oskaloosa, where she will visit her sister Mrs. S. C. Kite and her brother R. G. McFall and in Cedar Rapids with another brother, P. O. McFall. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt attended the lowa-Notre Darne game at Iowa City Saturday. Mrs. Voigt's brother Bob Geigel, is a member of the football squad at Iowa, and played in the last quarter. tionald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leutke, is slalioned al the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aberdeen, Maryland. Donald enlisted recently. He is a graduate of the Fenton high school class of 1946 and is in an ordnance corps. Verda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leudtke, was hosl- 1 ess to a Halloween party Satur- 'day afternoon. Seventeen guests ] enjoyed games and several prices were awarded. Late in thtf'af- lernnon Mrs. Leudtke served refreshments to tho young guesls. Hemt Cvrnfort that Laiti • Houittinu with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont ui iod«y CowanBldgSupplyCo. Plipne 27fi ALGOXA, IOWA Long Time Married. At Guthrie Center, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Spitler were honored at the county fair for having been married 60 years. New Discovery in a Way to Hear A new slar appears in the field of electronic hearing aids. It is a completely new, completely revolutionary hearing instrument—the world's smallest — as different from early models as today's radio is different Iroin the first crystal sets. It includes all the wonder? of war-born electronics—a revolu-. lionary circuit, which helps screen out annoying scratchy noises and cjiU'iics every word, every note every-sound with perfect fidelity. Whether you now ov/n ' an old hearing aid, a comparatively new one, or none at all, you owe it to yourself to know about this great new clevelopemenl. The Rochester Hearing Aid Company. 118 First Avc. S. W., Rochester, Minnesota, one of the world's largest distributors of hearing aids, are so proud of this achievement that they will gladly send free descriptive booklet and explain how you may. get. a full demonstration of this remarkable device in our oWn home without risking a penny. Write them today.—Adv. Wheel Burst An emery wheel flew apart at the C. i}. & Q. roundhouse in Creston recently. One fragment struck Lester Saffel, 45, a machinist, fracturing his skull and resulting in his death. OSCAR i. Johnson Democratic Candidate for CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT • 'Business man and farm operator • 10 years in Iowa State Legislature "ST «*» H. W. MILLER COUNTY ATTORNEY Republican Candidate for Re-Election Honest, Efficient and Economical Administration of the Office of Kossuth County Attorney HIS RECORD DESERVES HIS ELECTION TO THE OFFICE • . » j.' , Your Vole at the General Will Be Appreciated

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