The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 17
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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O e /Vy .... TflwA O/ November 30, 1961 November 30, 1961 St Joe Girls To Be Honored With Shower St. Joe — Barbara .and Charlene Thul will be iuMored at a pre-nuptiaf' shower in^St. Joseph school hall Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, at 1:30 p.m. with relatives and friends invited. Barbara and Charlene, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, will'be /married in a double wedding ceremony Thursday, .Dec., 28 in St. Joseph's church/Barbara will be the bride of George Forsythe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Forsythe, and Charlene will be the bride of Lonhie 'Milter,' son of Mr. and r Mrs., Wayne Miller, all from West Bend. ' Fafewell Party 1 A farewell ; party was held at the.Joseph Becker home for their son«ih-law, James Larsen, who left on Monday for basic training at pafnp Carson, Colo. Attending the gathering were his wife, Jean, Ndrma Becker, Humboldt, Mrs., Mary Origer, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. XR. A. ,Hogan ana family and' Don Besch, Whitte- more.iMr. &nd Mrs. Larry Johnson and ^family, Algona. Mrs. Larsen, employed ~ in the First National Bank' in Humboldt, will make her home here with her parents. ' Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thilges, MIY and Mrs. Florian :FaberV Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner ,and Edward Berte attended the 25th wedding anniversary of • Mr. \ and Mrs. Norbert Friders, Livermore, in the Legion hall there r Friday evening, Nov. 24, Mr. and Mrs.'Delano Grimm of Algona .were Sunday , dinner guests here in the Damiari Centgraf home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann are parents of a daughter born Nov. 27 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. The Bormanns now have three boys and, four girls. Mr. and , Mrs. C. R., Kollasch : of Whittemore and .Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann of Algona are grandparents. Thursday-, thru. Saturday o",The Big Gamble" 9'! 15 Only. "Atlantis The Lost,Continent" at TMQOhiy. Saturday -Matinee I Free Show Santa Glaus Day at 1:00 and 3:00. Sunday ''Paris Blues"- 1:30-312? 5:24-7:35-9:50. "SAC Command" 3:10-5:10-7:05-9:20. , Monday and Tuesday "Paris Blues" 7:35-9:50; "SAC Command". 7:05-9:15. i Mr. and Mrs. Rfinald Christensen and family of Belgrade, Minnesota are visiting relatives here. * Where you/want to * When you want to * Regardless of weather *AII winter long Applied on sound tire bodies or your own tires 22 *plus tax' and two trade-in tires SIZE 7.50-14 BLACKWALL TUBELESS WHITEWALLS ONLY TWO DOLLARS MORE A PAIR GUARANTEED v AGAINST Road Hazards in all 50 States and Canada '. The wedding of Roslyn June Heesch, daughter of MrJ and Mrs. .Virgil Heesch,.and Herbert M. Harms, son of Mrs. Margaret Harms and the late Henry Harms, was solemnized at Good .Hope Lutheran church,. : Titortka«-. Sunday evening, Nov. 12. Rev; B. H. Schwerin officiated at the • double ring ceremony. ,M Herman Welhousen presided at the organ and accompanied. Mrs. Herman Welh'duse'n, soloist. The bride was escorted, down the aisle by her father. She wore a wedding gown of white nylon tulle highlighted' by scalloped lace bands, molded bodice styled with long 'lily-point sleeves and pearjed and sequined lace yoke. Bouffant skirt 'of lace banded ruffled tulle tiers swing back into a chapel train. Her bridal veil was fingertip-length of imported all silk illusion draped from ,a pearled and' sequined lace clip crown. She carried a white Bible with satin strearrieris, on which rested, a corsage of a lavender orchid which she wore for going away. Her jewelry was, a cultured pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. Carmen Brandt was maid of honor and Sheryl Heesch was bridesmaid. Bonnie Brandt was flower girl. The groom's; atten- Heesch-Harms Nuptials dining rooms hosts. Mrs. Julius Sleeker and Mrs. Alfred Redenius cut the cake, Mrs. Gerald Swalve and Mrs. John K. Harms poured, Gift openers were Nancy Boeckholt, Helen Harms anu Margaret Brandt. Waitresses were Sara Brandt, Marie Gigler, Janet Welhousen, Virginia Fritz, Kat%n Van Hove and Sharon Miller. Helpers in the kitchen were Mrs. Kenneth Beal, Mrs. John Johnson, Mrs. Herbert Rakow, Mrs. George Alke, Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Mrs. Vcrnon Wenger, Mrs. Lester Callies and Mrs. Ted Rike. The bride and groom are both graduates of the Titonka high school. After a week's honeymoon in Texas and New Mexico they will make there home on a farm near Titonka. (UDM Engraving) iiii Mrs. M- J. Moellerman of Decorah discovered a dwarf purple iris blooming in her front yard, in November. dants were Harris Harms and and relatives Was served in the Paul Heesch. Ushers were Julius church parlors. Guest book at- Stecker and Jerry Harms. tendant was Alvina Harms. Mr. A reception for 200 friends and Mrs. Martin Harms were. POTATOES Mrs, George Crosthwaite of Grand Mound recently exhibited some of her prize specimen, potatoes. Biggest weighed as much as 1% pounds. Our Winter Treads, identified by Medallion and shop mark, are GUARANTEED f, Agajnet defect* in y»J»Up., Wj» material* «. **tar W» « »*W<ls t . 2. Against normal road ba*> trda (except repairable punctures) encountered in everyday passenger at • • use (or 12 month*. Repair* made without charge. replacement* prorated on tread wear and based on list price* current all time oi adjustment. ft«*53r«!Siir«fi*«ft!a^^ SfrE!!!^ Lightweight HASSOCK STARTS TOMORROW CHRISTMAS GIFT CATALOG REMEMBER-THE EARLY SHOPPER ALWAYS HAS THE BEST SELECTION! FREE *>> q » «5«mpani.d by Attractively covered In Mail on d Duron Manet pattern, green or 0rey> .... , Joit Stop In -And Ask For Your FREE Gift Catalog! Set Includes: GIFT WRAP PAPER 7 Light TREE SET Lady Vanity FLOOR POLISHER 88 Joe Bradley Firestone ef H0t»l Your FIRESTONE Wholesal e and Retail Dealer, OR VIKING Oil CO ., MURRAY OIL CO., Bancroft BUWI-D*. ?hone CY 4-2421, Algona, la. KRAUS6 "66", Fenton lAPPI'S D-X, Burt WAGNER D-X, Algona ED'S D-X, Algonq TWO-LIGHT BAR TABLE SCREEN 8MM HOME MOVIE OUTFIT The complete kit for home ntovleil 8mm camera with 3 turret lens and electric eye, projector, screen, light bar, splicer, carrying case, lamps, 1 roll 8mm color film and Instruction book. CAMERA ONLY $39.88 PROJECTOR ONLY 149.88 FOR SPORTS PANS! 7 x 35 Power BINOCULARS Federal Tax Coated prism with IndN vldual focusing eyepieces. Case and neck, •trap Included. FOR DAD1 Shopmat* 3/8 Inch ELECTRIC DRILL Powerful, compacti well balanced, precision cut gears, hrOQXt bidriDgl, Each light bum* Independently. Die for Indoor lighting only. 1WSS $199 TRANSISTOR RADIOS 6 Transistor PORTABLE RADIO Reg- $18.95 8 Tton*l*tor PORTABLE RADIO $27.95 Your choice of 6 or 8 transistor sets. Each set Include* carrying case, earphone ana earphone car rylngcaeoiLlghtw eight radio has oversized speaker. Batteries Included. MR WIUC Cnofn-i/ng CUCKOO CLOCK I >fus 10% Federal Tax Quaint clock with bird and • five hand carved leave*. Imported from Germany. Aiiorted ChHitmen designs and colors. Three 120 Inch rolls, 20 Inches wide. 6 Foot Cubt Tap Exttntlon CORD SET Choice of Ivory or cord with 3-way service block. 9 Foot Set 33f 12 Foot Set 39* ' Twin 7 inch bruins* and rug shampoo attachment with •crabbing and buffing pad* for complete floor cure. 5 Foot Coast Flyer TOBOGGAN Kissin 1 Cousins YOUR CHOICE rft COUSIN SALLY She walk*, hot rooted hair, sleep- Ing • eyes. Shot stand* a big 27 inch** tall) cousin sue . She ha* sleeping eyes, poodle cur hair, end fully tainted body. Sh» drink* and Wet*. Maple slot toboggan with chain tecured hood. 7 P/*c» TORCH SET f Fuel cylinder, ponefl I burner, utility humor i head, soldering tip, i flame spreader, flint •parkllghtef and •ttaj ED WOLF, Owner CY 4,4432 ALGONA

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