The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1962 · Page 7
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January 9, LOTS OF MILk FROM es jWot'ncs; St. Joe Sisters Wed • -' - ' m -^^» January 9, 1962 w CO-OP CREAMERIES ->N[ ROCK WA 5 3245 WEfl CITV.-BR 2 4581 SAVE u AT GRAHAMS WITH BIG Barbara Thul Brides Dec. 28 St. Joe - The double wedding of Barbara and C h a r 1 e n e Thul, laughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene liul took place Thursday, Dec 28; at 10 o'clock in'St. Joseph^ church. ReV. Leo C. Schumacher performed the double ring care- monies. The brides were given in mar-' • r j!! g f, b ,y their'father and, wore identical floor, length gowns of white chiff;on velvet with 6 Sred bodice .and full gathered skirt.; A queerf jcrown held i the- fingertip veils 'and • both carried .modern' caspades of red roses. 'Barbara/ bride of George For- Mr. and Mrs. Lannie Miller « were arene,brde of James. Forsythe and. Richard J.I tor, son of Mr. and "_ii CORDUROY SLACKS.. save, now. on GRAHAMS wonderful, Washable' corduroy slacks., Moderate tapered Ie 9r self belt, sizes TO - 181 Buy several pair at this low price. v . , ,, , SKIRT RIOT made to sell for much more, these-< pleated wool \ plaids and solids, hip-stitched for perfect fit. 8-18. Pastels and deep tones. ™ .« fR;-- * W ' " • )L. tl * ' \ t *• i I black- »red blue •green/ gold . • magenta our regular $3.98 slack compare at $9.00 and $11.00 BATH TOWELS full size bath towels in soft, absorbent terry, slight irregulars. 2 for $1.00 COTTON SHEET BLANKETS Solid Color Postal Sheet Blankets, Snowy White Solids, Bright Plaids. And New Ombre Stripes - 70 x 90 and 80 x 108. BULKY SWEATERS High bulk turbo-Orion collared button front cardigan sweaters in fashion colors, Sizes S-M-L Tremendous value at only *1.99 Compare at $2.49 Manufacturers closeout of regular $3.98 and $4.98 school dresses, sizes 3 to 14. 99 '99 • White • Black Bone • Aqua f Apricot 3 99 compare at $6,00 PRINTED OUTING first quality 36 inch printed outing flannel, wide as- sortmentof light and dark printed patterns. 29 C yd, FLOUR SACKS Unopened - Bleached, Washed - Ready to use. COAT SALE! Ivtry winter coat drastically re, dyced for quick clearance, Cnawe from luxury fabrics, in- slydjna. many Blqcks and rich tweedf, SI;e S 9 to 20. Hwrry In to GRAHAMS while are good ,, , , , to $50.00 other* at $28.00 GIGANTIC DRESS CLEARANCE All late fall and winter dresses marked down fpr this final sale, se frpm wpfl |, f jnt « ' P Juniors , Misses Half sues Petites *7 ms Double Ceremony ' ••ii^ Mfc ,fc^^^ J _^_.,., . ' » =?If ° m , sm ..l" wei : e L charlene ' ¥*> 'of Lannie, ll- ONE NICE THING ABobT HAVING a family Is that it is so sneakin f looks «™^ dStaya K . » you ^ Uestions you can't answer; you gain by holdl "g their books and papers while they crarh for Mr. and Mrs. George Forsythe Miller, West Bend, was attende, by her sister Jean Marie Thul and Brenda Thilges, a friend. The groomsmen were Dennis Miller and Lester Frieden. David Thul and-Ray Forsythe 'were ushers. Following the ceremony'a reception was held at the West Bend Legion hall. Mrs. Virgil Dear- dorf'and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner cut and served the cake. In charge of the guest book were Virginia Thul and Doris Ann Kohlhaas. Mrs. David Thul and Mrs. Ray Forsythe were in charge of the gift tables. Mr. and Mrs. George Forsythe returned from a wedding trip to Chicago and Middletown, Ohio Thursday afternoon. They will live n;West Bend and will assist his ather during the winter months. •;Mr. and Mrs. Lannie Miller re- urned Sunday from a trip to Chfc ago .and will Ijve on a farm near- West Bend. The Millers will spend •-weeks in Oklahoma where Lannie will attend National Guard of- ficers training, leaving in two weeks. (Glenn Studio Fotos) Ottosen News Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson and Gene of West Bend entertained a group of relatives and friends at the Peace Lutheran church a West Bend Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs. Edward .Zinnel and Leslie attended from here. Gene, who Is a Luther college student took a trip'last summer to Norway, as a member of the Luther college band. He showed colored slides )f the Scandinavian and other European countries. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Ed ward Zinnel accompanied Mrs. Essie Cooper to Spirit Lake Wednesday where they spent the day with Mrs. Mary Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher vis- ted Wednesday evening at the Magnus Sorleins at Bode, am learnln « fllmost thro «gh school as I. did the first SB? ' ev cnu Ki P UR C " IL .I? REN> S TEACHERS never have to worry Lh?^!? 0 * "* ° riglnal - Alth o«gh their moteer and they newr teTS M ^ an ^ at aU lm P ress « d with the fact IT'S IIME! I d handle the same assignment if it were given to me paper on it. If this is higher education, I think I shall matriculate 1 Brand New Models 7-8-4 or 6-8-4 VICTOR CHAMPION ADDING MACHINES * J:?&r.« ( r 9 r w™-™* vieior, were $m • 10-Key or full-keyboard... total. 8.899,999.99 NOW • Electric models low as Jtr ONLY plus tax I latest model.,, farffous precl« f Ion-built Victor quality • 10-key or full-keyboard... total* 999,999.99 t Direct subtraction • Fast, accurate figuring for' office, store, home ^ VICTOR ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE * 159.50 PLUS TAXES AND MANY OTHER MQDilS TRADE-INS WELCOME UPPER DES NOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA new paint job and a tune up on | coming back to them. BUT GOLLY, AINT THE STU F*F YOU LEARN in college wonder. Wz cups flour % cup brown suger % cup butter dash of salt Bake this for 10 minutes at 375 degrees Combine 6 ounces butterscotch Chios % cup white corn syrup 2 tbsp. water J /4 tsp. salt Black walnuts Legal Notices %v^.^™°*®V™x EWP; cb« ^* Mrs. Mary Weston of the Edgewood and Strawberry Point area recently celebrated her 103rd birthday. Although Mrs. Weston is confined to a wheel chair follow, ing a cerebral hemorrhage nine years ago, she enjoys good health, knits, tats, writes and plays dom' inoes. She attributes her & healthy life and vigorous old age to the fact that she neve; drinks

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