The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 18
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f 4-Alflona Qe.) Upper DM Moinet Thursday, January 17, 1957 Marilyn Peterson, Gary Hoover Wed At Titonka Tilonka — Nuptial vows were spoken oy Marii>n M. Feverson, uditgtutT 01 ivir anu Mis Win. Peitison ol i'uonka, anu uary LJ. Jiuover. son 01 ivu anu »viio, itx.i ijoovei 6r. ol bun, buiuiay auer- noun, Jan. 0, at 2;JU p.m. ai ine MeuK'tusi cnurc.il in iuorma. l-tev. Max LioHiuian pcruuiUfU tnc double ring ceremony. iNupnaJ music was played on the in gan by Mrs Vaugnun ids- nig, a cousin oil tne gruoin. bne aist> accompanied MIS Dale braynard ol juuvcrne, cousin 01 tne groom, wno sang 'on i'ro- nuse Me", "me Lorus i'rayer', and "Because." The bride, given in marriage by her lamer, wore a wnite nylon lace over wmte taiieta wiin round neck bound in white Satin, oaiiarma length and elbow sleeves and White lace mitLs. Her veu ol waist length was ol what nylon illusion and the cap was tnmmea with pearls and sequins. Her only jewelry was pean earrings, a gift of the groom. She carried a cascade of garnet sweetheart roses and white carnations Matron ,of honor was Mrs Max Bartholomew of Algona, sister ol the bride. Diane Hoover, Burt, sister of the groom, was matron ol honor. The bridegroom's attendants were best man, Kent Hoover ol Burt, brother of the groom, and groomsman were James Sparks, Algona, a friends of the groom. Usners were Max Bartholomew, Algona, brother-in-law of the bride, and Merle Hoover, Burt, brother of the groom. A reception was held at the Fellowship hall of the church for about 225 guests. The tables were decorated with blue and white and was centered with a 5-tiered wedding cake beautifully decorated in light blue, and adorned with pale pink rose buds and deeper blue sweet peas and topped with blue wedding bells. The cake was cut by aunts of the pride, Mrs Clarence Turner ol Rockwell City and Mrs George Peterson of Titonka. Mrs Fred tfofmann was in charge of the guest b.Hik while Mrs Ed Scott o. m-ningtun. Kan., Mrs .vmlei ixoMtamp 01 Aiocii Lt'-ci, ana MI Oean Allen 01 tuorm L,aKc, ali menus 111 UK: Dime, wei e n Clifcrge ol the ,i;ih.s. i um:n was .-i-rvtu by iWi.vs J<.>iin .'-.uutit/ 01 /Vlgona, niciiii tit IMC onue. ilie (tilling iV'Uin husie.-xs was M;s fun v'oung ol Algona, junl 01. t.!ie groom, and waJtressis were iVus Aenzy Korle, brut; Mrs Don bteinman CM Aig.iria, MISS Marcine Haniia, Titunka, i'.nu Pnnys Jensen ol /ilberi l,ea, Minn., ai, friends of the bride. Ine bride is a graduate of Ti- tonKa Hign School svith tne clas.s ot 1UJ-4 and attended Gale institute of- Minneapolis, bne lias ueen e.npioyed by the Algona C number ol Commerce and vvVs- tein Union, 'i'iie groom is a graduate of the /ugona lug) school and wos employed at tne Pioneer seed corn plant until his enlistment in the navy, where he has served one year ot his 2 year enlistment. The couple left immediately for the Naval base at China Lake, Calif., where they will make their home for the present. Dr. and Mrs G. J. Sartor of Mason City visited Tuesday at the parental, Dr. Pierre Sartor home and also at the home of Mrs Sartor's sister, the J. L. Inter- mills. Mrs Art Hench entertained two tables of 500 Thursday evening. The occasion was her birthday. Mr and Mrs Wrn L. Rode and Linda Lou Rode, Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann, Mrs Anna Swyter, Mrs J. L..Intermit! and John Sachau and Myrtle Sachau were Friday evening guests of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and girls. The occasion was Mrs Sachau's birthday. . Mrs George Sachau entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with two tables being present. Honors were won by Mrs Ollie Bruns, Mrs Katheryri Sexton and Mrs Irene Higgins. Mr ,ind Mrs Jay Btidlong loft ,-iui;u.i> u,'. o;. r I'tii^ouig, ria., ijv.it: UK.Y' \\i.j t>|.»c'.M UUKt i..^ iii>>ii!v.i Lion.- dub ine.1 :.m.uay ivi'ni.'i.; ( ,i im: i.iiliiiu, .i.-,.,.- .11' 11 ,. ,,,i ;.i.»iill)l lUilCU .,. .. ... u Si,.,i\ .•>i.,j,,v.i i,n UK - ...I. 1 ,,i K'«- ••' ; j'i ..nci lui UK /v elllU >VllUllie ht'l VlCl L-uiibcrvaiion tnucti ier ui tturi was fred Baadc and daughte. a vvt'iu fiiuav aiienloon til tl)L' llUJIU 1 t.l iVli.? /ill.li. BIG SMITH UNION MADE WORK COAT Here's a coat to take the toughest wear you can give it —and keep you warm at the same time! Sanforized blanket lining throughout.withheavy denim outside to break cold winds. Corduroy collar. Washable— with Sanforized 8 oz, denim and Sanforized blanket lining. Sizes 00 to 00. 11 ic J.inu ir" P.'l'.A. meeting a> liie liuniriii CotiMJiii.iait'u oi-ir-io, Will Ou in.-Kl AuiiiUi.v. Jtiil. iLl. unn specitii iiiu.-.nr in cuaige ui Uui.u icaucr i'niJ rc<aouig. LiUvsi .-praKer Will Ue Ltr. IVer JonilbOll v, i!o leci-iiuy ri'iurmu uuin a uj^ 10 i-.^ypi. ^iis ^.UO.ILCI \vui Ot 'rivm i:ii! dpninx ID liie aucz. ii')a.it.>scs wui be Mr arm Mr; /iiuiur Koae, ana Mr ana Air* none as cnairmtm wun ivir anu iviri itouert UotKel.'iKtn. Mr anu /viis feuwuid Bianclt, ivir anu Clan -nee Ui uns, miss Ka upiiiuin, Mr anu Airs Jonn HIUII, Mr and Mrs H. W. ber, rnios .mice ivleyer, Mr anu nirs Arend iSt-elanu and Mr anu Mrs Vernon Wenger. Mr and Mrs Manford Rice, Donna and bnirley arrived over the weekend to attend the Peter- sun - Hoover wedding. Mr Kice returned to his home at lo'.va City and Mrs Kice and the girls stayed lor another weeks vacation with her mother, Mrs Minnie Oesterroicher. Mr Rice came for her Sunday. Seneca Church In Evangelism Crusade Plan Seneca — Blakjer Lutherar Church will participate in a great evangelism crusade which will be held March 10-14 in twenty-two Lutheran congregations in the Eslherviile-Spenc"r area, according to Pastor Harlan Blockhus o the Seneca church. Assisting Pastor Blockhus ir the Blakjer Congregation as cochairman is Sig Loge. Five committees have been set up to plan and direct the work in the Seneca area. Prayer committee: Mrs Otto Wiiberg, chairman, Curtis Olson, Melvin Bratrud. Survey and attendance committee: Henr" Wiiberg, chairman. Kenneth Halverson. O. T. Cherland. Visitation committee: Henry Loott, chairman, Jay Lees, Laurence Joharuiesen. Publicity committee: Ted Jensen, chairman, Elmer Krauae, Henry Jensen. Youth committee: Marilyn Johannesen, Lois Wiiberg, Ray Wiiberg. The guest speaker in the Blak- jer church during the mission is not known as yet, but will b^ announced at a later date. Seneca Oyster Stew Tlie Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club members entertained their dads at an oyster stew Tuesday evening al thu Seneca School. Larry Johannesen end Marcia and Bruce Hartshorn served as hosts. Guest speakers for the evening were Dr. Cecil, a veteranian from Armstrong, who spoke on the Diseases of Cattle and Hogs. Also present was Mr Moore of For! Dodge, Iowa who was a representative of the Felco Seed Company. He spoke on Seeds. Following the program tho group enjoyed an oyster stew. Enjoying the courtesy were Russell Kauffman, Lawrence Juhannt-sen, Fred Johannesen, John Johannesen, Mai tin Wiiberg. Henry Loolt, Lyle Knglanci, Caleb Hartshorn, also Kossuth County Youth Assistant, Robert Johnson and the guest speakers, Dr. Cecil and Mr Moore. ynamlc WD-45 has "dead" weight engineered out... two thousand pounds of it,,, to save you fuel and money. Yet, there's plenty of weight on the drive wheel* for ^plow, '4'jrow farming. That's because the automatic TB^PTIOH BOOSTER system shift* weight instantly, .the way a fighter shifts weight on his feet for a knockout punch. Weight pomes from the implement, from fee front end, from the soil itself.., until this 4,500-lb. tractor has pull power equal to ordinary 7,000-lb. tractors. YiB, the 4-plow, 4-row WD-45 is a cost-fighter worthy of the name. You get one-third more work power per dollar. Come in and try it, TRACTION 6OOSTE! U an Allil-Cholmert Irodswork. MlTfM tp the Notional Farm and Home #<w eyery Saturday on NBC ALLIS-CHALMERS Home Section i4iff A* Advertised In Form & BRADLEY BR Vour Rr»ft9n» Tire Headquarter* Modern Mixers Party The Seneca Modern Mixer; entertained their hut-bands at a gei-tojjetlier at the Robert Burt norne Thursday evening. Mrt> Cecil Anderson had charge of the entertainment. Mrs John Johan- nescn was Use honored bir'.hda> member. Present were Mr and Mrs Herbert KiaU.-;e, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mueller, Mr ;md "vlrs Calvin Vaudt, Mr and Mr.-; Myran Speer, Mr and Mrs Lyle England, Mr iiiid Mrs John Johannesen, Mr ,'ind Mrs Fu-d Johanneson, Mr and Mia C'f-cil Anderson and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft. Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker left n-cently for California when they will visit relatives. Mr and Mrs Fred Brown lef 1 •eccntly tor Phoenix, An.'., where they will spend part of the win ter. Mrs Delond VotUler ;i former Seneca resident now living south west of Fenton, entered the Hoh family Hospital la.U Thursdav jnd submitted to major .sur?jerj jn Friday. Mr and Mis Harold Gronhovr .verr- called to Scurville Tuesday afternoon due to tl:e ;•.'.• r'.OILS illness of the former's mother. She >.'. as taken, to a hospital and ex- pwtod to undergo j-uryc-ry ove the %veekend. Larry Men/., son of Mr and Mrs Cl; rer.'-e Men/ has enlisted in iht irmy and expects to leave Hit- latter part of January. ~ AWARD A helpful suggestion submitted tit-lore his death by the laic Harry Dulley, of Cherlotte, won a $500 award from the Clinton Muchine company at Maquoketa. T h c clieil, \saj prtuUltcd to hi;, widow. Installation By Eastern Stars At Livermore Livermore — Installation of officers 01 the Eastern star took piace last Tuesday evening in ineir hail: Mrs Paul \V;iide, Wormy Matron; Paul Waiue, Worthy Pa iron; Mrs Harold btoddaru, Associate Matron; ilaroid btoti- aard, Associate Patron; Mrs Jessamine Miller, secretary; Mrs John Uison, treasurer; Mrs Burreil .Smith, Conductress; Mrs Kainu.' Olson. Associate Conductress. Mrs H. W. Bvrmisley, Chaplain, Airs Herbert Rancy, Marshal. Mrs Tommy Ki.singer, Organist. Mrs DICK bciuiii/., Ada; Mr.- Earl Arms! rung, lluth; Mrs T. 1). Hos-.sing, Esther; Mrs Leonard VVi),M>n, Martha; Mrs Donald Clark. Elects; Mrs Ralph Wilson. Wi.rder, Ralph Wilson, Sentinal. Installing otncer.s wert- Mrs Herbert Raney, Mrs J,nnes Hughes. Mrs Elwood Rummens and Mrs J. F. Hanun. There was a candlelight ceremony fof i the new Worthy Matron. Mrs Waide was presented with flowers from the Chapter by her two granddaughters, Dawn und Debra Wiade. The Junior Past Worthy Matron and Past Worthy Patron, Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz were presented with a gift. Catholic Guild Mecis The January committee of the Catholic Ladies Guild were host- o-«es to Guild members last Tuesday afternoon in the parish hall. Mrs Francis Murphy conducted the business. The newly re-elected officers were installed. President, Mrs Francis Murphy; vice president, M''s Robert Wotvder- iey; secretary, Mrs Keith Logue; and treasurer, Mrs Alvin Lenert/. Five hundred was played during the afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Clifford Baker and consolation to M rs Johanm Smith. Refreshments were served by the committee with Mrs Henry Zeimet, chairman. Those assisting were Mrs Alvin Lenertz, Mrs Jo" Lcntoch, Mrs Dennis Behounek and Mrs Bess Devine. Delta Dek Hostess Mrs Harry Clark was hostess, to the Delta Dek Club members Thursday afternoon. A u c t i on bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize was awarded to Mrs J. F. Hamm, second hiffh to Mrs Joe Sanders. Other prizes to Mrs Jessamine Miller and Lena Altman. Henry Smith, who recently fell and broke his ribs, is a patient at a Fort Dodge hospital. Florence .Sweeney fell at her home New Years day and broke the bones in her ankle. She was taken to th« Mercy Hospital jn Fort Dodge where the bone was set. Mrs Donald Armstrong underwent surgery recently at the Lutheran hospital -in Forl Dodge. Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker, Mr and Mrs Elmer Gronbach and Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas of Algona attended the funeral services of Mrs Hause at North Washington, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Jerry Phillips ana three children of Oxford spent New Yours here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Monson. Mr and Mrs Julius Berker a no family were New Years Ev- 1 visitors at the Mike Stoffel home near Algona. Frank Devine 'of Sioux City, who had been visiting his sisters, FRL, JAN. 18th MIDWEST CARAVAN SAT., JAN. 19th BOB WHITE & ORCH. SAT., JAN. 26th Mercury Recording Artists THE DIAMONDS KEITH KILLINGER & Orch. Teens Polio Benefit Dance COUNTRY CLUBBERS WED., JAN. 3Qth PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMQRE. IOWA Friday, Jan. 18 Jolly lumberjacks Sunday, Jan. 20 OUY PE IEO Friday, Jan. 25 HARD TIME DANCE FRANK BUHR Sunday, Jan. 27 CLEM BRAU Friday, Feb. 1 EDDIE SKEFTS No Advance Booth Eewrvation* - Doors Open at 8:30 Margaret and Elizabeth Devine. and Mis George Donalds was taken ill and is a patient at tht Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mis Henry Monson and dnugh- Icr, Mrs William Wilder ot Syracuse, New York visited out uav lust week at the Hubert Thu home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Dick May and family of Corwith were Friday visitors at the htime of his sister. Mrs Julius Becker and fain- uy. Randv Fuhrmann, small son ol Mr and Mrs Lawrence Fuhrmann, is ft patient at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Anna Bcrte and Agnrs and Corporal Francis Bcrte of San Dh;;o, Calif, were Sunday dinner guests at the Clctus Streit home. Mr and Mrs John Brrmann and two sons attended the Berte- Becker wedding dance at Whittemore Thursday evening. Children of Mrs Susan Berte gathered at her home Tuesday evening in honor of her 92nd birthday. They included Mr and Mrs Nick Bert?, Mr and Mrs John Beite, Mr and Mrs Joe Berte, Mi and Mrs Alphons Bcrte and Mrs Anna Berte. Agnes and Francis and Elizabeth Berte. Mrs Richard Kohlhaas has returned home from St. Ann hospital in Alcona where she was a patient for a few days. Mrs Frank Cox was attending to the house- Hazard* hold duties al Ihe Kohlhftas home. Mrs Ernest Haack and Mrs Donald Collins were hostesses to the Lutheran ladies aid member; in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs Harold Frednritk was hostess to the W.S.C.S. Wednesday afternoon at her farm home. The lesson was given by Mrs Ray Falb. J. C. Kelly underwent surgery last Wednesday at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Bill Weise was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Forl Dodge for x-rays. She had been ill at her home for sometime. Edith Wells of Cresco is visiting art. the home of her cousin, Mrs M&rcia Berryhj.ll. She will care for Mrs Berryhill's mother, Mrs Greenwood while Mrs Berry-hill is visiting in Oklahoma. Creamery Meeting The annual stockholders meetings of the Swea City Cooperative Creamery was Thursday, Jan. 10, at the Swea CHy Legion hall. There was a free lunch at noon. Business reports -and election of officers followed. Hurt Bluebirds Carilyn and Marilyn Hinckley werfc hostesses to 22 members present at the January 5 meeting of the Burt Bluebirds. Mrs M. Schwiertt-rt was a guest. A clothing talk was given by Kathleen Faber and a talk was' given by Susan Lovstad. Demonstrations were given by Gertrude Kahler, Rosemary Ulses, Judy and Jane Mitchell. A talk on the origin of 4-H was given by Lois Lichter. / IF IT'S NEWS WE WAUT IT .$1.39 FOR COAL OR WOOD 1 Ib $.59 3 Ibt FOR OIL OR KEROSENE PI $1.39 01 $2.49 As Advertised In Farm & Home Section KOHLHAAS HDWE. FELCO Pig Starter gives pigs the fast start that's so important. Farmers know that fast-growing pigs are^he kind that use feed efficiently, hit market earliest, and make the most money. That's exactly what FELCO Pig Starter can do for your pigs. Its combination of high quality proteins, vitamins, minerals and antibiotics has been proved on many of your neghbors' farms. Ask them. Then stop in and see us. We're the only folks who handle FELCO feeds. Remember: FELCO feeds are fresh feeds. They're mixed fresh locally every day. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City. West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt. Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton. Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore. The Farmers Elevator, Bode. Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., Lone Rock. MR. FARMER: Lower Costs and Greater Profits With Hog Houses Hog Feeders Poultry Houses Cattle Sheds Brooder Houses Garages The NORTON HOG FEEDER It is testimony to the quality ol these Hog Feeders, that hundreds and hundreds have been delivered, and are in use on Kossuth county farms, and elsewhere. These feeders, constructed on the Lee palent, have feeder principles that mean shorter finishing periods for your hogs, at less^cost. If you warU to learn more. Ask Your Neighbor — the chances are he has a Norton Hog Feeder or two. BUILT IN OUR OWN YARDS TO RIGID SPECIFICATIONS The Hog Feeder, just as other Norton portable buildings, is laid o n creosoled skids, can be moved by tractor. Generally, these feeders have two-inch plank floors, framework of 2 x 4's. Sidewalls of drop tiding, roofs wood shingled. Or a building built to your order, for any special need, We have stock sizes we build, also. Tested right on farms where they are used. The designs are right, materials and workmanship solid. Let us tell you how low \n cost they are, too i Delivered To Your Site Order A NORTON HOG FEEDER Now 'This feeder is a thoroughly tested gravity type design, one thai guarantees greater profits to the hog raiser. The cut-away design shown above illustrates the feeder principle. ' We deliver Norton hog feeders or portable buildings by truck right to your site and set them down exactly where wanted. Can be moved to new ground by tractor anytime. Visit Us Or Coll Us Since in many cases, our Portable Buildings are built to order, we cannot quote you a price here, We do have some of these buildings built, ready to go. If you stop in or call us, and tell us your needs, and what you want in a Portable Building, we may have it on hand, or can erect it for you quickly. "Ut The Rod Trucks Serve Yow, Too" FOR FARM NEEPS F. S. NORTON & SON, ALGONA, IOWA

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