The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 24, 1957
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$~Afflono flo.'i Upper Des Meines Thursday, Jon. 24, 1957 LaVonne Will Bride of Marion Larson, LuVerne wf'.'-i'iic \\'< LtiV. •. or> \ 1ir : <;.. .•,(• M: 'The h>;oV ter ,-•; Mr and ' /:(.' r -'.roi Mrs L-.yd M. 1.,-iS'T, ,; i Vcil.e . A double rin.-i ycrvVe J*e;>d in ;i c,i: -i(!r M;.:':' llV fl!l- ROY. \V,.'1|:!( K. bouquet:- «'f v i..ii ! iri ferns Plvver"'. T)!0 br On t!n> . lovely in over shinimrri ted hudu'P. fe.'i that tapcn d t Wrist ;i!iti .'i edged in scallops. quins and pr;>r fVdar :!1. Sb.' •.•tvnard • '\V. d- ],ord's -•< irh-d to the altar • f her f;iih<.|-, \viis '.!>'• UOWM "I" i Icu.-int ir-nf-Fran^f 1 a ( i- inu' .s;,tin. The fit- SliTii loilti s'cC'Vfy i pi'ill's ovor Iho si'Otip neckline liidoscent se- trimmed the neckline and bodice front. The softly gathered skirt was ballerina length ami edged in scallops^ Tho fin,LU'i'-tip illusion net veil fell from a crown headpiece embroidered with sequins and seed pearls." She wore n single strand of pearls and small pearl earrings. Her flowers were a bouquet. of pink rose buds on a white Bible. Miss Wanda Will, Forest City, Served her sister as maid of honor. Her bridesmaid was her high school classmate, Mrs James L. Roberts, Iowa City, the former Marilyn Hefti. Attending the groom as best man was his brother, Donald Larson. Iowa State College. Ames. Groomsman was high school classmate, Gary Block of Renwick. Candle lighters and Ushers were brothers of the bride and groom Curtis Will and Gerald Larson. A reception for 140 guests was held in the church rooms following the ceremony. The bride's chosen colors, blue and white '•were used in the room decora - •tions ... Mrs George Wolf was the dining room hostess. The serving table was centered with a four- tiered cake decorated with blue, pink and white and based with smilax and flanked on either side by candles tied with blue ribbon 'bows. Cutting the cake and serving the guests ' was the bride's aunt, Mrs Fred Will of Corwith, Pouring were friends of the bride, Mrs Harold Guess and Miss Pat k McCJeary of Des Moines. Assisting in line serving the guests were friends of the bride, Mrs Keilh Graves of Al'-f itoona and Miss Diane Duncan, Des Moines. Guests were registered by Mrs Edwin Edge, Humboldt, sister of the groom. Gifts were ' !« M, ,j jincl arranged by 1 ^'.if\ ,'iunt, Mrs J. J. Gal'lege;-, S iMIe, Wasli.. gnxwn's sistpr, <.'. -v-!.in Lni'-iin and fi ien;!s of i'l..- )M idt\ Die Misses Nancy K.-ir.u.; find Beth Toohey.of Lu- X'tinc. THe kitebert lui^t( 1 f;se.-; v., -, Mrs Albc-rl A. Sehipull, Mrs (.'. W. Biushorn and Mrs R;i!ph T. The ii! ide is a graduate of Lu- ^'ei ne Iv.'jh school and A.I.B. j ('•>'!'.'V.o. DOS Moines, and etn- pioytv! tlie p.-i^t four ;ind one lialf > Ccirs iiy National Travelers IiiMinmee (.'oinpnny in Des Moines. The sroorn also graduated from J.uYrine liigh school, attended Io\\-;i Stute College, Ames, for two ye;us. Service in the Army June 19.34 to April 195(3, with M'.rviee. in Germany. After ;s hon(\vnioon they will' be at borne on a farm near Lu- Verne for the present. 12th Birthday Raeann Brink celebrated her 12th birthday, Jan. 18, with a party at the town hall Saturday afternoon. Gomes were enjoyed followed by refreshments with a birthday eake. Raeann received gifts from her friends, Sheri Ramus, Linda Agard, Karen Garnian. Sharon Henry. Lovalee and Linda Bristow, Linda Mae Schnetzer, Jerry DeWitt, Mary Le Darby, Marlene Noreross, Cassie and Kris Skogmo, Kalhy Myer, Jan and Lynn Roos, Carol and Sharon Hesse. After Game Party Coffee and birthday cake were enjoyed at the home of Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink, after the Little Nine basketball game in honor of the 12th birthday of their daughter. Guests were her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Percy Brink, Mr Van Hansen, Mr : and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan nnd Lynn and Mil and Mrs Dale Braynard of Cedar Falls. The birthday cake was made by Mrs Percy Brink. Posi-Nupiial Shower Mrs Edwin Jackson, the former Marie Nielsen Hunt was honored with a post-nuptial shower in the town hall, Sunday, after-* noon. About 50 shared the courtesy. A program of two. readings, "How To Cook a Husband and. "Ten Years Later" was given by Mrs Earl John. Name bingo was then enjoyed. Mrs Jackson was assisted by her niece, Mrs Loren Appenzeller in opening her gifts from a table centered with a bride doll. Bride's colors ,green and white werfc' used in decorations. Hostesses were Mrs Henry Thompson, Cylinder, Mrs Albert Nielsen, Britt, Mrs George Studer, Mrs Dale Zentner, Mrs Gordon Gregory, Mrs Robert Nielson, Mrs Harold Nielson Sr., and Mrs Walter Engel. Baptized Sunday Bruce Allen, infant son of Mil MORE EGGS THAN IAST YEAR'S HMINE LAYERS Yes, even better than the By-Line layers of a year ago. Great new Hy-Line va» Itiities 934-A and 183 lay even belter, pay even better. Burt Produce, Burt, Iowa Walter Hans, Swea City Calvin Vaudt, Fenton Lyndon Kerber, Cylinder Whittemore Hatchery, Whittemore Walter Vaudt, Whittemore Frank Seely, Ringsted nntl 1VTr.« Karl .Tnns.Tn. was hnp- ti/ed Sunday morning in the Z:on .Lutheran Church by the Rev. Louis Wittenburg. Sponsors wore the baby's sister Claudia Janssen, and a cousin Larry Janssen of Des Moines. A dinner was hold in the Janssen homo following the services. Mr and Mrs Dale Braynard of Cedar Falls were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard and Annette ;md Mr Van Hansen. Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggleston and daughters of Webb visited their parents, Mr and Mrs Geo. A. Epgleston and Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson Sunday. Miss Elsie Will of Chicago, 111. arrived to visit her brothers, G. M .Will and Fred Will families. She catr.e to attend the \veddinj? of her niece, Miss Nancy Will, and Marion Larson Saturday evening. Phil C. Harry and Miss Grace Lichty attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs Rufus Lichty, B4, in Toledo, Iowa Thursday. Mr and Mrs Fred Goetseh, his mother, Mrs Anna Gotseh. visited Sunday afternoon with their sister and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ernest Behnkondorf in Bancroft. While Mrs Goetseh was away, her son, Mr and Mrs Henry Goetseh of Waterloo came to visit her. They with brother Arli Goet- seh went to Bancroft for the rtsl of the afternoon . Mr and Mrs John Ruger ha? as guests Friday, Mr and Mrs Robert Muldhower and Mrs John Heice of Corwith. Mrg Heice was the attendant at the marriage of Mr and Mrs Ruger fifty years ago. She was however unable to attend their recent golden anniversary open house. Mr and Mrs Stanly Schipull and son of Goldfield were Sunday evening guests in the home of his cousin, Mrs Robert Barber, Mr Barber and three sons, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull visited his father, Charles Schipull at Renwick Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll have news of the birth of a nine pound son born Sunday, Jan. 14, to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Thomas McNeilly at Houston, Tex. They have a daughter Kathleen, Mrs McNeilly is the former Denise Carroll. Later the baby has been named Steven Dennis. Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr. received a telephone call Tuesday evening Jan. 15 from their son 2nd Lt. John Dwight Voss, telling of the birth of a daughter born that evening in a hospital In Perisncola. Floiidn. Mr and Mrs Allen Blake and children had as weekend guests, her parents. Mr and Mrs Harold Lanpbehn of Marshalltown. Floms, Wesley, Home From 2 Florida Weeks Wesley — Mr and Mrs Halvo- F!om Jr. returned home Friday, Jan .18. from a two weeks vacation trip to Florida. They went to the top of Citrus tower in the heart of tho Citrus region and could see fruit groves for 35 miles in any direction. They were told by an attendant that these groves were larger than those of Texas and California combined. They saw Rainbow Springs near Ocala, The Ringling Bros, museum at Sarasota. The Stephen Foster Memorial at White Springs, The Thomas A Edison home at Ft. Myers and spent some time at Key West at Florida southern tip. Mr Flom is a carpenter and Mrs Flom is cashier at Studcrs Market. They prefer mid-winter vacations and last year had spent some time in Texas . Mr and Mrs Glen Merrill and son Micheal of Kansas City, Mo. spent. Jan. 17-18-19 with her aunt Mrs Viola Studer and Mrs Jen< nie Luken, the laltcr a patienl al St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan of Spirit Lake spent Jan. 19-20 with the Halvor Floms. The worn- en are sisters. Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and four children spent Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Goetz of Sergeant, Minn. Vincent Eisenbacher returned home Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where ha had surgery . Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hansen spent Sunday in Des Moines with his mother, Mrs Johanna Hansen and his sister, Mrs Orville Moore and husband. Charles Froehlich is recuperating from an illness of several weeks caused by an ear infection. The John Paulsons and Ray Hansens atlended Ice Follies in Des Moines on Friday . Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Rlckie were Sunday dinner guesls Jan. 13 in the Everetl fiarr home in Mrs George Detmering, Mri Charles Nygaard and Marilyn Han- attended an observation school for junior Sunday School Teachers Saturday, Jan. 19, in First Methodist Church, Mason City. Mrs Robert Munson and three children. Sherry, Janice and Glen of Bradgate spent Saturday, Jan. 19. with her mother, Mrs Eunice Nelson. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Moines were weekend guests of their son Earl Robinson and family. Jim Goelz of Ft. Meade, Md., home on furlough was honored at a family dinner party Wednesday evening in the home ot his aunt, Mrs Helen Johnson. Guests were the Leo Goetz, Martin Hamiltons and E. L. Johnsons and , their families. Jim left Jan. 19 by plane for Maryland. Mr and Mrs Don Vogel of Lohrville spent Jan. 16-17 with her parents, the Joe Meurers. , Frank Bleich, Joe Johnson and Henry Arndorfer spent Jan. 1617-18 in Minneapois attending a lumber dealers convention. Mr and Mrs Raymond Hansen observed their 32nd wedding an* niversary Sunday Jan. 20. Larry Fox, Jerry Mark, Kaye Robison and Janice Thorson ."of State College, Ames, had charge of Methodist services Sunday, morning at 11 a.m. and conducted a round table for young people at 1:30 p.m. The Prairie Center congregation joined in both services and in the pot luck dinner at noon. Over 100 persons were present. Mrs Eunice Nelson and son Alfred spent Sunday in Clear Lake with the Tom Nelson family. 4 Swea Folks Off On Tour Of The South Swea & Eagle—Mr and Mrs Art E. Anderson left last week for a vacation trip through the south and to Florida. Mi- and Mrs Roy Pehrson left last week for a month's vacation trip to Phoenix, Ariz., and other places of interest. Mrs John Verbrugge Sr. who has been staying with her son and his wife, Mr and Mrs Ray Verbrugge, came last week to HYBRID FEEDER PIGS Public auction of 150 feeder pigs will be held on farm located one-half mile North and one and three-fourth miles West of LONE ROCK, IOWA. Pigs raised on the form on which the sale is held on ... Saturday, Jan. 26 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK These Pigs Are From 8 to 11 Weeks Old, Clean,,. Castrated ,.. Vaccinated For Cholera and Erysipelas _FREE DELIVERY UP TO 25 MILES "" •*.»•! I ._ i TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with yowr banker before sale dateT Net ResponsibI e for Accidents. RAY LAABS UQYD BERKIAND, Auctioneer the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ray Hurst where she will stay for some time. Pfc. Darrell Bishop, son of Mr and Mrs tHllard Bishop, is now stationed-near Carrizozo, N. M. Mrs Art E. Anderson was hostess to the Swea Homemakers last Tuesday. The Eagle boys 4-H club held a pancake supper for their parents at their meeting, Jan .7. Howard Roalson gave a talk on Ear Marking. Vincent Pavik showed how to estimate 1 feed budgets. The Eagle-Ettes 4-H Girls Club met Jan. 12 at Susan Bravender's. Janet Thorson gave a commtitee report. Clara Thorson gave information about the 4-H books. A team demonstration was given by Wallace Schmicking and Sharon Magnuson and Lorraine Kracht gave talks. Lunch was served by Mrs Roy Bravender and her daughter, Susan. Mrs Loren Sachs, Oelwein, visited last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Rufis Olthoff, Lakota, and her twin sister, Mrs Alvin Swanson. Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson, and Jimmie attended a birthday party for Mrs Larson's grandmother, Mrs Francis Treat, Monday night, Jan. 14. Mrs Treat was 83 years old. Others attending were Mrs Treat's son and his wife, Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat and a friend, Mrs Magnus Peterson. Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson and son Richard were Sunday visitors at the home of her sister and her family, Mr and Mrs Wm. Durbin, Gilmore City. Mrs Haeel Nelson of St. Louis Park, Minn, is visiting at the home of her brother and, his Wife, Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson. Mr and Mrs William Thompson, Mr and Mrs Reubin Hoi- comb, Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and Lucille Montgomery attended the Boys Chorus program held at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Chris Peterson end children, Mr afid Mrs Iner Hanson and children of Estherville were Sunday noon dinnef guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Hans Peterson. Chris and Mrs Hanson are brother and sister of Mr Peterson. Attending a Baptist Sunday School Officers and Teachers conference held Sunday afternoon at Renwick were Rev. EVerett Beat Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson, Mr and Mrs Sam Link, Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and Lucille Montgomery. Mr and Mrs Eldon Link visited from Saturday until Monday with relatives in southern part of state. Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat entertained at Sunday noon dinner friends Mr and'Mrs Ervin Link, Mrs Gladys Hanson, Dale Link and Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Fred Illg and Mr and Mrs George Wagner, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Nick Eischen home in St. Benedict. Mrs Eischen and Mrs Illg are sisters. Mildred Bormann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Bormann, has accepted a position in the Security Bank in Algona and started work last week. Myrtle Hilbert of Algona is assisting with the St. Joseph's School Lunch program taking the place of Mildred Bormann. Miss Hilbert has a room at the Nick Klein home. Mr and Mrs Ed Thul of Clarion were Sunday visitors here in the John Thul home. Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas of Algona are assisting here in the home of their son, Richard Kohlhaas and children. . Mrs Eugene Kollasch and infant daughter came home on Saturday where the baby was born on Monday, Jan. 14. Maggie Elenz is assisting with the houserrold duties in the Kollasch home. Miss Lena Gutknccht visited friends in Mason City Wednesday and Thursday. _____ IllT ftretch yaur money farther with a LOW COST LAND BANK LOAN You can actually s-t-r-e-t-c-h your money farther with a low cost, J long term farm I loan from your NFL A. Land Bank Loan interest rates are low. You profit when you bor« row through NFLA—owned by farmers for farmers. For full information about a land Bonk loan on your land, call, vmle or see your National Farm Loan Ass'n Eugene H. Hutchins Secretary-Treasurer 110 S. Dodge St. Algona, la. Member Federal Land Bank System LONE ROCK BANK, Clerk SPECIAL - SPECIAL - SPECIAL Westinghouse CANISTER VACUUM CLEANER .JOTS $ 49 SC-2 MODEL 95 Plus Tax *' SUPPLY LIMITED $1 DOWN $1 PER WEEK WESTINGHOUSE CANISTER VACUUM CLEANER ... SPECIAL $49.95 ... plus sales tax . * NAME; ADDRESS: — . TELEPHONE NUMBER; , _.__ Cash ,—,, C, 0. D. Time Payment Mail orders accepted - On approved credit. RETURN TO . . . BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES 215 I. 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