The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 20
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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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fc— Algeria (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, January 10, 1957 Georgia Angus, Algona Man, Wed At Burl But!— Tlio PvoFhvtorinn ihuroh in Burt \v;is the seme of a pretty w r (I d i !i L', Snturdav aftm-Mon. Doc. 22. when (icortiijt Ann. d.-ui- ghtrr of Mr ; ,nd Mrs Dolmar Anpus, hrca-nc (he bride of Diuine r.. Chrislons'in. <,>n of Mr find Mrs A. J. Chnstet^on of A in r?. Reverend IT. A. Smidt. pastor. perfoimed the double rin.u eere- Tnnny. Reverend Milford Olson. unrle of the groom. j>ave a ser- monotto and prayer. Cy Cbristensiin. brother of the pronm, provided the nuptial music ami neronipanied David D. Miller, of Algona, who sanf* "I Love You Truly" and "The Lord'? Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father, and was at- lired in a ballerina length gown of white satin, nylon tulle, net and lai'O, fashioned with an Elizabethan I'ollar and long tapering sleeves. Her fingertip veil of net and Inee fell from a crown of white seed pearls, and was fashioned by her cousin, Mrs D. L. Hanson. Geneosa. New York. The bridal bouquet of roses was centered with an orchid corsage. She wore a sterling necklace and earrings. a gift of the groom. Attendants were Mrs Ed Nelson, sister of the groom, who was matron of honor, and Maxine Angm, sister-in-law, with Joyce Angus, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids, Sandra and Mary Christensori, nieces of the groom were flower girls. Burlin Christenson, a brother. was best man, and Ed Nelson! brother-in-law of the groom, with Toni Angus, cousin of the bride. served as groomsmen. Ushers were Paul Olson and Mervin Thompson, cousins. Following the ceremony which was at 4 p.m., a reception wa? held at the church for some 150 guests. Mrs L. A. Newbrough poured the punch, Mrs Harold Angus served the wedding cake and Mrs Elmer Olson presided at the coffee server. Miss Ruth Hodgson accompanied David Miller as he sang the "Wedding Prayer" immediately after the bride and groom cut the cake. Miss Judy Newbrough, a cousin, had 'the guest book, Josine Benson of Forest City, a friend with Sally Blanchard and Mary Ann Dittmer, cousins, assisted with the gifts. The bride is a graduate of Burt High School and attended Waldorf College, Forest City. The groom, a graduate of Ames High School is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone company in Algona. The couple are at home on the Delmar Angus farm Asst. Postmaster At LuVerne Is Honored, Dec. 30 LuVerne — Miss Lottie Mason was the honored guest Sunday evening, Dec. 30, in the home of 'Postmaster and Mrs. Bertie C. Ramus. Miss Mason has been assistant postmistress in the LuVerne postoffice since August 1936 and has now reached the age of retirement. She has served with the Dostmasters the late Joseph L. Lichty. Edward Lindebak and Mr Ramus. Monday. Dec. 31, was her last day at her job. Miss Mason, always courteous and obliging, will be missed. Mrs Jack Guy wiU be the new assistant, taking effect JanuRry 2. A purse of money was presented as a gift. Attending the buffet dinner were the honored guest, her sister Miss Jennie Mason, the two rural carriers. Mr and Mrs Rny Stone Mr and Mrs Guy GidHinejs, Mr* .Arthur 'Dimler, assistant and Mr Dimler were unable to attend. Cemetery Society The LuVerne Cemetery Society met Thursday, Jan. 10, in the town hall. Hostesses were Mrs John A. Ramus, chairman, assisting Mrs Clara Wolf, Mrs Dora Ramus and Mrs Anna Plumer. Janice Heine and Marilyn Centner returned Sunday from Osage where they spent the past week visiting Mrs Goldie Bement, grandmother of Janice Heine. Mrs Laura Mevers, her son, William, her daughter Mrs Lyle Penton and 'three children visited Sunday in Woodward with th^ir daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs John Selby and sons. Enroute thev took Mrs Eunice Meyers back to Des Moines, where she attends Drake University. Mr and Mrs Henry Kublv, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty and daughter Janice visited recently in WsJtham, Minn., with their grandson, son and brother, Mr &nd Mrs Eldon Marty and Jo Ann, The occasion was to celebrate the »5th birthday of Eldon Marty, Eldon Marty just moved to W«lthajT) where he and Ole Carlson of Benw.ick purchased a creamery which they are convert- ilia into e cheese factory. Mr *nd Mrs Harold Hanson returned r^enUy from a Christ- tn»« visit wttto' their son, Mr and Mr* CHf*W^ Jfajxsen and son Klrit in SfaMWf 4P»*y and in Nor- foik,, Wfb. Witfe two daughters. Mr ifld Mm <51ar«nc« Bathke and Idward SAVINGS fate? FROZEN FOODS RED RASPBERRIES 2 pkgs. 49c Banquet CHICKEN PIES 5 for $1 Ora Ida ECONOMY FRENCH FRIES 16 oz. pkg. 29c ANNUAL JANUARY SALE OF ARMOUR'S Track Load Beef HIND QUARTERS ... . Lb. 31c FRONT QUARTERS , Lb. 27c HALF A BEEF.. Lb. 29c Pick Your Own Beef From Our Large Storage Coolers — Name Your Own Cuts — No Charge For Cutting and Wrapping. Well Trimmed Lb. Jlc Pure, Fresh Ground 1Q6 V91C^ 3Lbs. GroundBeef 850 HOMEMADE - CELLO WRAPPED HAM SALAD Lb. 39c CELLO WRAPPED PERCH FILLETS Lb. 3k LONGHORN, RINELESS KRAFT CHEESE lib. ARMOUR'S READY-TO-EAT SAUSAGES Smokees 12 oz. Pkg. FRESH CUT Halibut Steaks I MARIGOLD ICE CREAM All Flavors • - 'A Gal. »9c AND FREE ICE CREAM CONES IN OUR STORE ALL DAY FRIDAY ! Canned Vegetables LARGE PACKAGE BUTTER KERNEL NO, 303 CANS * cans GOLDEN CREAM CORN WHOLE KERNEL CORN PEAS - 3 SERVINGS - SCANS. ............ 95c ISQUICK 39c FLAVORITE SANDWICH Hx ASSORTED - VANILLA BUTTERSCOTCH - CHOCOLATE CREAM 2- 12 Oz. PACKAGES 49C HUNTS NO. 303TALV ' ' FRUIT COCKTAIL . 2 for 49c HORMEL'S CHILI... Ea. 29c JIFFY Cake Mixes White — Chocolate — Spice or Yellow 10c BURCH 1 LB. PKG. SALTINE CRACKERS. . 25c HUNTS - NO. 300 CAJ^S ' • 'i APRICOTS f::.. 2cans 39c HI C 46 OZ. TINS ' ", / ORANGE DRINK. 2for49c Liquid Wax i Reg. 98c Value KING SIZE - FULL QUART 87c TRUCKLOAD SALE, NICE BIG FLORIDA Grapefruit 1O for 494* CARROTS-Cello Bag, lOc I TEXAS SWEET CRISP 1 f| NO. 252 FLORIDA I PACKAGE OF 4 SLICING TOMATOES . 19c EXTRA LARGE NO. 176 SIZE fcAIKA LAKljt INU. I/O il£t O^ ^^^ * SUNKIST ORANGES 1Doz.59£ NO. 252 FLORIDA mti ^^ -• JUICE ORANGES 2Doz.Bag59$ POTATOES P ***** WI ^^*™*"* 1 * ^^^WB» ^B^ H^^^Pi^ ^tt? . 10 Lb. Bag 490 50 LB. BAGS, RED RIVER VALLEY PONTIAC POTATOES WASHED & WAXED PONTIACS APPLES WINESAP or I DELICIOUS . 49c SUPER VALU

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