The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1967 · Page 9
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6-Algono, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 18, 1967 pearls and crystals. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of pink and white carnations. Luann HenriJcson was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ann Baas and Wanda McKenzie. Raymond McKenzie was best man. Groomsmen were Robert McKenzie and James Ballinger. Ushers were Harold Henrilcson and Jerrat Lee. Mr. Butzke, organist, accompanied Alyce Jones as she sang. The reception was held in the church parlors for 200 guests. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schafer. Barbara Weber presided at the guest book. The gift table was attended by Liz Fogarty and Carol Girres. The three-tier wedding cake was served by Mrs. Harold Henrlkson and Mrs. James Homer. Mrs. Doris deal and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspannpoured. The punch was served by Mary Van Oosbree and Elaine Fehr. Waitresses were Donna Montag, Carol Bonnstetter, Jeannie Evenson and Lynn Struecker. Following the honeymoon trip Miss Henrikson Weds April 1 At West Bend OTTOSEN - Julie Louise Henrlkson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henrikson of West Bend, was united in marriage to Bobbie Dean McKenzie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McKenzie of Hallsville, Mo., at Peace Lutheran church, West Bend, at 7:30 p.m. April 1. Rev. W. C. Ostermeier performed the double ring ceremony. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a white chapel length peau de sole gown with a detachable train. The fitted Alencon lace empire-styled bodice had a scalloped neckline and elbow length bell-shaped scalloped sleeves. The two- tiered silk bridal illusion veil was attached to a crown of seed ENDS WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 The hilarious romance of a Yank in France! ALGONA UCHN1COIOR VM/W mperor A cut above the rest Any way you look at it, the Ariens Emperor riding mower is your best buy. Check all the features — 6 h.p. rear-mounted Ezee-Start engine, 4 speeds forward and reverse, 26" or 30" Flex-N-Float cutting action, fingertip- swingaway steering, easy height adjustment, Disc- 0-Matic Drive — and more. Meets all A.S.A. safety standards. Test-ride, test-mow the Ariens Emperor soon! SEXTON - KIRSCHBAUM GARAGE LuVERNE - TOM CARROLL GARAGE FENTON - WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY - CHARLSON HARDWARE BURT - BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR ALGONA - ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. to Colorado, the newlyweds are at home in Hallsville, Mo. The bride is a graduate of Emmetsburg Junior College and was formerly employed by Pam- line, Inc. The groom is presently employed at Pamline, Inc. Miss Yeoman To Be Bride Of Eugene Lieb To Buy Sousaphone LEDYARD - The Ledyard Community School music boosters met in the school music room Wednesday night and during the business meeting voted to purchase a fiber glass sousaphone. The nominating committee chosen was Mrs. Leon McCoy and Mrs. William Bauman. W MARGARET YOEMAN Mrs. Bernard R. Yeoman of Algona announces the engagement of her daughter Margaret Marie to Eugene W. Lieb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, also of Algona. Miss Yeoman, daughter of the late Mr. Yeoman, is a graduate of the State College of Iowa and a teacher in the Gladbrook Community School System. Mr. Lieb is a student at the State College- of Iowa after serving with the United States Air Force. An August wedding is being planned. Former Algona Girl Will Wed Californian KIR8Y Vacuum Cleaners SALES & SERVICE 714 E. South Algona Phone 295-7198 MARILYNN MILLER Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Miller of Spring Valley, Minn., formerly of Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilynn, to Ronald Feine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Feine of Spring Valley. Miss Miller Is a 1964 graduate of Spring Valley High School and of Fullerton Jr. College, Fullerton, Cal. She attended Algona schools for nearly nine years. Mr. Feine is also a 1964 graduate of Spring Valley High School and is presently serving in the armed forces stationed at Petaluma, Cal. Miss Miller Is presently employed at Burry Biscuit Company of Buena Park, Cal. and resides with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Snyder of La Habra. Mrs. Maude Robinson of Algona is her grandmother. No date has been set for the wedding. "KoMith County's Favorite Newspaper" TRY SPREADING THIS WITH YOUR CONVENTIONAL SPREADER Your Brady flail-type spreader will pulverize them all ... as it spreads a rich, even blanket of fertility behind you. And you'll never break a beater, a chain, or a webb—your Brady doesn't have any. Stop in for the full story today—facts only—I'll let the Brady do all the spreading. BRADY MANURE SPREADER BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALGONA REAL ESTATE & FURNITURE AUCTION Having decided to move to rest home will sell my home and furniture at public auction, located I'/z miles north of Algona on Hiway 169, on SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1 967 1 O'CLOCK HOUSE This is a real nice all modern. 6 room, 1 '/a story home, no basement. Has nice kitchen with built-in cabinets and utility room, 4 bedrooms, combination dining and living room and full bathroom. Has aluminum siding, gas furnace and insulated. Also has large double garage, lots of beautiful shrubbery, apple trees and cherry trees and good well and pressure system. The taxes on this home are very reasonable and being in the country should make this a wonderful home to own. TERMS ON HOUSE - \0% down day of sale and balance when merchantable title is delivered. Possession immediately. House will be shown by appointment. FURNITURE Sells immediately after house. Roper upright gas stovo with double oven and rotisserie, 2 yn. old; Speed Queen Conventional washing machine, less than 1 yr. old; Kitchen table and 5 chairs; Frigidaire upright 12 ft. freezer, 5 yrs. old, Westfnghouse refrigerator, Duncan Phyfe 2 pedestal table, and 4 needle point chain; Beige davenport; Occasionpl arm chair; host chair and end tables; Magazine rack; Treadle sewing machine, converted to electric; Oak Veneer bed; Oak Veneer table & 9 chairs; Floor lamp,, Table lamp; Electric toaster; Electric mixer; Garden and lawn tool.; 21 inch fan; 9 inch fan; % roll away bed; Kitchen ut.ntil.; 1 wood chair over 100 yrs. old; 1 rocker, old; plus many more items. ThU ii nice clean furniture. CAR 1952 Dodge Coronet, 4 door automobile. ** ETHEL GARDNER, Owner Spencer Bros. & Ronald Peck, Auctioneers Red Madsen, Clerk

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