The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 22
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V » 8-Afflona (la.) Upper D«i Molnw Thursday, Sept., 14, 1961 . ^-iraiiii^atoiii^ffi^Mt^iiitoifta'rij'rrif •fiMAiit$l.£iiAH7iiiif n^it^jtf flk ,.,-fUiiin*^ *M,i*faiS+ nifc«iimi»^if * n*i~i» tiii*>ii -^ A \viri.t-vv >!*•* H>* • i - * ^"> Monte Toohey Of LuVerne Is WedSepM "' LtiVethfl — Evelyn Neimeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Niemeyer of HumBoldt,'* became the bride of Monte .Toohey, son of Mrs. Helen Toohey f LuVeffte and the late Verrion Toohey, Saturday, Sept. 9.=. ''The' § a>m, double ring services was read in Sabred Heart Catholic church'in Livermore with the ReV. P.. M Sturm officiating. The bride was 'attired in a white gown of Dutchoss satin, , fashioned princess style, lace top. pearl trim at neckline, ' long pointed sleeves, bow closing in back. Her fingertip veil of illusion was lace edged, and fell frcim a crown with pearl, rhinestone and sequin trim. 'She wore •pearl earrings, gift of the bridegroom. Her bouquet Was pink roses. Mary Toohey, LuVerne, sister • of the bridegroom, Was maid of honor and 1 Judith Bohanek of Thor'was the bridesmaid. Thomas 'Carroll, LuVerne, brother-in-law of bridegroom, was best man. Groomsman was Jerry Patterson, ushers, Al Frenz and Richard Krause,' all of LuVerne, friends of the bride and groom. A reception for 200 'guests was held in/the .Luyerne town hall. Presiding at the punch bowl was Mrs. Lyle. Nelson. .Pouring, ifarS Gail Wigans and cutting cake, Mrs. -.George Sisson and Mrs. ; James Spade. Waitresses, Susan . Henrick, 'Shirley Carlson, Joyce .Thorn, .Kitchen' hostesses were Mrs. C.' W. Bjiistrom, .Mrs. JVIax ; Patterson and Mrs. LeRoy^Han- selnvan of LuVerne. The bride '.is a graduate oi Forf Dodge high school and at- 1 Mended the Albert Lea school o! Nursirig: She was employed al •the. Sisson Nursing Home in Humboldt. The bridegroom is £ ; pi-aduate of LuVerne high school. He is now engaged in farming east of LuVerne where they will be;'at home.: .. The bride chose & -rust faillt suit with leopard skin trim for her going away attire fbr their ' honeymoon . to the Black Hills. The first meeting of the new year of the J. J. club was held Friday at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Larson with new president, Mrs. Joseph Thorn, presiding. Thirteen members answered roll with a nature poem. Topic was experiences of past summer given by" each member with pictures. Mrs. Albert Hefti will be the next hostess. Charles Bohi Of Burf Weds LaurensGirl Butt — A beautiful wedding ceremony took place in the Fireside Room of the Laurdns Meth-. odist church Sunday afternoon, Sept. 3. Rev. William Bohi, Biirt, father of the groom, performed the single ring ceremony wh'ich united Janice Renea Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stewflrt, LaUrens", .and Charles Wesley Bohi, Burt. Thq bride, given in marriage by her father, chose 'a street- length' gown of white brocade, fashioned with a belled skirt and sweetheart neckline. She carried .<a lavender orchid on a White Bible. . .Mrs. Robert Josephson, Albin City*, 1 Attended her Hater as matron of honor. Attending the gfootti was his brother, Or. D^n Bohi ( of Orfiaha, Nebr. The wed- dlrfg rriUsid was played by Mrs, Ra'ftdy .finger, Laurens. Maty Eileen Se&rs, Sioux City, sang. A reception for about 50 relatives ttttdD friends was held immediately following the wedding eei'erliony In the church parlor. .Vifgirinia L Bohi, sister of the groom, had charge of the guest book. The 3-tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Richard Stewart, Ida Grove. Mrs. Adalbert tlrban poured and kitchen •' hostesses wert a group of ladies of the VFW Auxiliary The bride is a graduate of Laurens high school 'and is sophomore at Simpson College, Indianpla. The ; groom, a graduate of Havelock-Plover higl school, is a junior at Simpson. The newly-weds are at home at Indianola> where they wili continue their college education and act as counselors at Centei Hall. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II Have YOU BEEN BEECHERIZED? Vatican City, comprising only ' 109 acres is the world's smallest sovereign state. There are about 1,000 residents.. The area was created in 1929 to insure independence of the Pope in his relations with other parts of the world. Diplomatic representatives accredited to the Holy City are sent by 47 nations. PRICES ARE KILLING Don't ^e misled! During Civil War Days You'll find our prices will make you mighty glad . . . and the Rebel forces mighty sad! Go See EECHER Lane Appliance "The Wildest Trader In Town 1" A Country Divided BE COMING FROM THE NORTH! BE COMING FROM THE SOUTH TO THE UNION HEADQUARTERS AGAINST HIGH CLOTHING COSTS ! YOU'LL JUST PLAIN LIKE OUR NEW FALL SUITS AND BE PROUD TO WEAR ONE FROM ®&&G)y0&0&®8&^^ . Mr. ana Mrs. Dan , ,and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks <flfrtVed htfme Saturday after a il&"ddy- fishlfl,t trip,into Canada. 4;\^ , ''< 11 evening' Wife '} Befnarl Qiffdfd ___ Mrs,,L-affy Holding DcVotiofis 1 Mm gii grd'ahd Mfer^He ....._ M ,'faf^ TKu&ieil. and' Ruth Patt6r86n.j,>fcj* " ' • i«t»j'rsTi •• Jfr.' al»S. 'MertfyWl 'Hlftghafc ^Cente*. i -.-<lJi- Kt griday at| "arstollto^fel'* at the home ham. s Assistiil jyiuivj.uii.cii* '" j j MrsVAi Hirtckley, Marilyn and Carityn* ,1 »/ v ,-Jjt"^'Wl . ' ;>JJK1K If 1 '••" '• '- '* irmture Designs m V >?.'* f'-'i , *'% | M«-.<«*)vm( ' '\ B3R H I'i > »v ,-. - . i •.'??. 1961 i M ' » TODAY/ CIVIL WAR DAYS "of 100 YEARS POPULAR SOLID WOODS! •';,' j, V- ? " t f * Choose beautiful Early' American styl- ings in your favorite wood — Maple . vCherry, r • Walnut ; • FAMOUS BRAND NAMES! All Quality Furnishings by Manufacturers you know;best — Kroehler — Ted City — Hungerford — i- 1 *'' ' Ld-iiBoV,>-- Keller . " •' FREE GIFT... To Every Adult Who Visits the — "COLONIAL HOUSE" i. IN OUR^ DOWNSTAIRS 5 STORED IIP i'i V, if \ )1| i FOR YOUR DINING ROOM Tell City 3-pc. Suite Reduced $104.00 .. . Hardrock Andover Maple. Large butterfly dropleaf table. . Hutch cabinet, 6 chairs. Reg. $523. This week $419.00. Tell City 5-pc. Suite Reduced $50.00^ .. Solid'Andover-Maple. Round dropleaf table and 4 mate . chairs; Reg. $249. This week; $199.00. x Close-Out Special on pr. Captain's Chairs ... Empire solid maple captain's chairs. Reg. $89. This week $67.50 pr. "•'.•' Kroehler Solid Walnut Suite Reduced $133.00 . . Table, hutch cabinet, 4 chairs, 1 host chair. Reg. $583. This week $450.00. "Kroehler Solid Cherry Suite Reduced $113.85 Large dropleaf table, spacious hutch china, 4 chairs. Reg. $577.85. This week $464.00. '!''•"•_•_ t: ''.."-' - : .' ' . - ,-• i 5-pc. Salem Maple Finish Suite Reduced $25.90 . . Not solid, maple, but real Salem maple finish/Round extert- slorl plastic top table, .4 captain chairs. Reg. $129.90. This V week $104.00. ; . 5 1 00 SPECIALS Your Choice of Kapok Filled • TOSS PILLOWS Imported • Brass PLACQUES and .;••''. ~ • BRASS ••;PLANTERS Only $1.00' each FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM Stratford Sofa GbW at a $80 Sayihgi'. .. Rich gold .cover. Reg. ($249. _ This i Week >169.00. , • Big Savings tin^ce^ by kroehler A v Finest in construction^ and fabrics to give service: Love Seat — Reg. $219., This week $172. 3 Seater Sofa —'$239. This week $189. 4 SEATER SOFA — Reg. $319. This week $260. 3-PC. SECTIONAL —| Reg. $489. This week $379. Prices Slashed on^Tell City Mapl^ Items . . . ; Hardrock Andover Maple. Attractive fabrics, foam cushions. LOVE "SEAT — Reg. $159. This' week $123. 3 SEATER SOFA Reg. $210. This week $174. Buy Early American Chairs Thjis Week & Save ... Cricket rocker — Reg. $39.50. This week $29. CHAIR — Reg. $54.50. This week $40. SWIVEL CHAIR — Reg. $79.95. This week $64 each or $120 Pair. CHAIR & Ottoman — Reg. $184. This week $142. LOUNGE CHAIR — Reg, $14?. This week $]18. LA-frBOY SWIVEL ROCKER WITH PATENTED FOOT REST — Reg. $169. This week $136. Northwestern "Priscilla" Sofa Reduced $62 ... Crinkled nylon cover. Full hand crafted sofa. Reg. $359. This week $297.00. FOR YOUR BED ROOM Solid Maple by "Keller" Reduced $71,00 ... Roomy double dresser and 5-drawer chest. Bookcase bed. 3 pieces Reg. $348. This week $277.00, Maple Chest of Drawers Reduced $25 ... Real buy in this chest. Reg. $99.00. This week $74.00. Maple Nile Stand Now Reduced $12.00 . , . Only 1 left, Reg. ?39.5Q, This week 527.50. Kroehler 3-pc, Solid Maple Reduced $98,50 , , . Roomy double dresser and chest and attractive panel bed. Reg. $352.50 A Steal at $254 this week. Kroehler 3«pc, Sojjd Cherry Suite Reduced $116, Massive, spacious, unusual, Must be seen tp appreciate it. Reg. $449.00, thli ?week $333,00, Large Savings on Hungerfprd Open Stock Solid maple double dresser and mirror, Reg, $149,95, Thil week $119, Solid maple roomy chest of drawers. Reg, $89.9$, This , W eek $$8. , BIG DISCOUNTS ON , EARLY AMERICAN LIVING ROOM TABLES wwvwwwvwvw

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