The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 6
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PAfifc SIX. " Phillips 66 Motor Oil.' >PMOVtD BY 66 BltllON MILES OF SATISFACTORY SERVICE. [aims Oil Company, Dist Hariiis Super Service Station Herman Waller, Tank Wagon Agent Geo. Harris, Operator and Manager Phone 74 * "" 'rank! Phillips Station (Formerly Khuiips) (Formerly Johnson's) On Highway 18 'State and Jones Albert Hagg Slate and .Tonns Shop Early! Only 30 More Shopping Days Until Christmas sV HORN LUGGAGE Spells Quality and Style Sold in Matched Sets or Singly Nothing More Suitable for a Christmas Gift to $3976 Incl. Fed. Tax Foster's Furniture Co. Carmelita Lichteig of Wesley Weds Novi 13 Cnrmelila Lichteiit, tMightet v df Mi-, and Mrs, Mm hicHl&lg of Wesley, and Rlchafti Martin oX. AUgusta Me., \Vere fftatried !h fl double ring ceremony at St. JoSfepH'S.Catholic church In Wesley, Tuesday morning, Nov. 12, at 9 a. m. Rev. L, N. Klein officiated, They were attended by the bride's brother and sis'ter-in4aw. Mr. htid Mrs. Jack Lichtelgi . . : ' '••• \ " FolWWirig the bereMldhy, n I'eceiitldh wns held fSf iHe couple at the bribe's hBfflfe will! 25 relative* bfese'nt. Dinner VvaS alSo served. Mi-, and Mrs ; Martin leCt that evening b\f train for AugUSla, (Me., where thby will makfc their h&H\e. Mrs. Maftifl is a graduate at Wesley high shool and completed nurse's tr'iiinthg at a Masbh Citj> hospital. Mr. Martin served in the army Ml- six year artd is Hb\v outplayed in Augusta. Q fores & Marriage Mary jahe Ilauptman Mr. and Mrs. J. P. HaUplrmm Jr., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Mary Jane, to Don Lickteig, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteigi all" of Wesley, on Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Ta* Cullen U'cds— Eileen Murray Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Murray bf Bancroft, became the bride bf Pat Cullen of Algona, in a ceremony performed Monday morning at Sutherland, Iowa, by Rev. Johti Cullen, brother of the groom, before a few immediate friends and relatives of the cbuple. The bride was attended by Joyce McTigue of Emmetsburg and the groom by Joe Murray of Bancroft. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served in the parish home of Rev. Cullen, after which the hewlyweds left on a wedding trip to parts unannounced. They will be at hohie bii their return to Algona in a Bjustroni apartment. The groom graduated from school in WhUtembre, andV..attend-. ediJEmrnetsburfl Junior CbUege fbr two years. He enterecTfne ehiploy' of Zender's Clothing Store here in 1935 and remained there except for a brief period during which he worked at Emmetsburg until his enlistment in the army, shortly after the outbreak of the war. He served over four years, -with overseas duty, and left the service as a captain. He returned to Algona and is now associated with Zender's. The new Mrs. Cullen graduated from St. John's school at Bancroft, and will be a most pleasing addition to Algona's younger married set. Attending* the wedding from here were Frank Zender and Mrs. Ed DeZellar. Mr. and Mrs. Art Murray, Don Murray and James Murray of Bancroft, and Shirley Hanson of Ledyard were others in attendance from this county. "Mariners" Organize— The "Mariners" of the Presbyterian churches of this district held a convention at Fort Dodge Sunday, Nov. 10. with 70 in attendance, becoming organized on a Presbytery-wide basis. Pearl and Wallace Rogers of Fort Dodge were chosen skippers, Don and Jeanette Weaver of Algona, first mates, Henry and Arnolda DeGroat, of Fort Dodge as pursers, and Dude and Bernice Lee, Al- Kona, log keepers. The Rev. C. C. Richardson, formerly of the local church, gave the closing address. Pheasant Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund entertained seventeen guests at a pheasant dinner last Tuesday evening. Managers of various Pioneer nlants were here on business find the dinner was the closing feature. IN A ' GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE Wk.lty.r tad of Ftimice y*, tffctt (Hit^iw Ceil/ OiJ or Q|t- Grt«n CoTgolil .njint^.d MW- inj will }!v« you At "Bis 3" of ce«plcU hfttins t«U<f«cli«n ...ECQNOMy.. f CPMFQRT ciU «r Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge Si Algona. lewa GREEnCOLOnifll FURIlflCE 'SERVICE hH- Ills Marrlairc Edward Mbfoeiil bjf nounces the MBrnagfe bf daughten titliel-, OHH Norlh St., Battle- dfeefej Mleii.; to Sheahoiii of Beloit* tiahsns, oil October 21 m 91. Jbseph's church bf Battle ijreek;. f he -Rev. Fh Patrick J. Kehliy bfficiatea. t'he bbliUte was dHendett by the toritle's sister Mrs; ivali Rbllasch; dfid ah iHti- mate fl-iehd, Thdftlfls JtjhrtSohi The bride . \Vbfe a light blue wbol silit vvith iitivy blue accessories aiid a ctirsag§ of i'ed i-bse bttds and White carnations. / Mi-. McNeiil Uttendett thfe \ved-. dilig. » A recepllbh .breakfast followed the t'ereHibny at. the hiJWe of Mr. and Mi-s. B. G. JohHson at 1 H Noi-th 23rd St. The youhg couple left for a Honeymoon in Cahada artd are Hb*^ residing ih ah apartment at tiie bride's former address. , •Mrs. Sheahoh is a 1941 gradUa'e bf the Algbha high schbbl. She 's iehlployed at the Williahis and Jbnes Dental Laboratories. Mr. Sheahon is a 1940 graduate of 13 1. Jbhh's Acadehly, feeipit, and is an employee of the Clark EqUipmeht Co. at Sattle Creek. The Circles of the Methodist S. C. S. will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 21 as follows: 'Circle 1, Mrs. 11 C. R, Schoby, rural;, di'rcle 2, Mft. J. E. Wfllkef, 617 N. Woost Circle S> 'M?S. .L. In Riter, 800 film! dil-ele 4, (Mrs. A. >E, tiaurif* izeft, 108 W. -McarelOrj tiifcle S, Mrs. Anton Anderson'. 214 N. Mar- Ian; Circlfr 0, iMrs.'W, G; McCullough, 2fd t E, Kennedy; Circle V, Mrs. A, D. fceHhian, Sit S. Mabrei dli-cle B.Mrs; L. R, Pbtter, fll'B* State; -fiirdle », MrS. iMarbiH Fitbh> lyi Circle Ifll Mrs. Powell tiiteHairts— the E. T. W. bridge club hiet i-cccntly with Mrs. Fred Powell. Winners bf the high artd second high score prizes were Mi's. O. E. Hott and Mrs. Bert Cronan respectively.. Mrs. Powell won the low score prize. 2t)4 . A; BilfttlH&i IfllO E, McG>6gor.. Mt-s, Mf ehSflH ts ttrt*tes*b- •Mrs. tthrttld Jdrpnsbrt erttet^ .tallied ht a tttie o'clbck lunchebii a week ago Saturday. Guests were Mrs. C. L. Livingston, Mrs. Edward Hagg, Mrs. Roy Hutzeil, Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Elsie Cady and Evelyn Cady. Celebrates 83rd Brithday — Mr. a.nrt (Mrs. W. E. Hawcott fitlVe fl faittiiy dinner a week ago SUrtda.y iH eelebrhtion of the 83rd birthday irf Ml*. Hawcbtt's moth- Si 4 Mi ; sY LnUfEl ttbbkins. Out of tbwli gliasts Wei-6 Mr, and Mrs. J. Hi Bailey arid daughter Jean of Lake. iMr's. Mailey is the Ada 'Hbpkihs, ' Mi* §UiiJe§ is tlastess— \MrSi Ltib Sbilles entertained the nicrrtbers bf her bridge club re- Centiyi G.iiesls \yerg Mrs. Mel Griffin aHd 'Mrs. Walter Lichter. Two tables' wBi-e in play, high scores being won by MrsYArthur Cogley artd Mrs. AhHa Polrot. The travel prize was 'wbrt iby Mrs. L. A. Win- Mixers-^--' , Mrs. D. L. Leffert entertained the Mel-ry Mixers sewing club Friday afternoon. ees k. HUIEMAN tutWirta co.. tt.cioiu. *iic llfyhat would be iticer thari a tte$ chair in your home this Christmas. We have the small Pull-ups, Barrel-backs, Large-lounge, or Swing-rockers. '.-•• -. . ;" '',•''' tV : - ",•'"'•''' '.,''' • '*'.'' iVith Christinas just ataiihd tile 1 Corner, now is the time to select a chair ,or some other piece of furniture while our Stock is complete. Foster's Furniture Co. A Whole Store Full of Pratt Electric is ready for your 1946 Christmas—with a whole array of new and different gifts . . . unusual gifts . . . practical gifts .,.. ELECTRICAL GIFTS! We have spent many weeks assembling our gift stocks —so that you would have a liberal.choice of wanted electrical items-— and'now, in spite of shortages, we have better gift selections than >ve thought possible earlier. Come in and when yoU get hepe browse leisurely through the store among our 1946 gift selections! tfi Come and See Our Christmas Tree" Windows! You'll get the Christmas spirit when you look through our lighted Christmas tree whitlow—arid when you <Jdnte in'stcta the store you'll see that PrattV.if-truly Electrical Gift Jieadi|U8i!tBrs) I tl Ivl

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