The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 21, 1957
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(fa,) Upper t»e» Moinw thurtdoy, Feb. 21, 1957 Prior • Slofer Wedding Feb. 17 At LuVerne LuVerne Feb. A simple v-ddinc S'^-.rrni/T'l at 3 p.m. Sun i<>y. J7. in the Lu Verne Metli- oriist Church when Marsha Leo Prior of Finest City, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Prior of Lu- Veine. b?cnmc the bride of James Sinter of Corwith. son of Mr and Mrs Willinm Slotcr of Corwith. Before the altar, graced with vases of white snapdragons and ferns in a candlelight service with a soft bark ground of organ music, the doublc-rinc ceremony was read by the Rev. Worlhie U Usher in the presence of relatives and friends. Mrs Ray Stone, organist, ren dered a prelude of nuptial music. including the wedding marches She alsj accompanied Miss Grelchen Krieger. Forest City, roommate of the bride, as she sanp "Because* 1 preceding the ceremony end "The Lord's Prayer" a* the couple knelt nl the altar. The bride, approaching the altar en the arm of her father. was attired in a wool beige suit with natural vid brown accessories. Her corsage of white carnations and yellow mums was tied with green and white ribbon. Miss Wanda Will, Forest City. friend of the bride was her maid of honor. Best man was Julian Sloter of Corwith. Ushers and candle-lighters were Donald Sloter and Donovan Prior, broth(i.- i.-S' t -,« !:>ri:;e ami £rt>o:n. the cv. e;r,.>ny ,-> n To guests \v.,.« i; c a. .ji'ih-- i^.nh n-'-:•;? T'u ux : •..- : ra/sti 11 d by the kt;,niim<.'{:ur. Mrs fckiith The buffet table was with a cake dec'uated in tht b: ide's chosen colors, green and white. Cutting the cake and serving the sues!--. 'M:* H;ur> Lichty. w-th Air.-- John M. Sko- gnio, pouring. Waitics.-t.-s \\eit Sand;,-; Sloter and Saily Prim sisters of the bride and groom. Ki'.ciun ho.-itcsses were Mrs Harold Wolf. Mrs Cecil Baker, Mi> William Goetsch nnd Mis Jess Jc v gensen. 'J iie sifts were sir- ranged by close ir;tn:ts uf the bride. Patricia Nolle i<{ Kore.-i City and Beverly Dornbusch ul Paullina. The bride is a 1053 craduntc of LuVerne high sch'.'ol and lowt- State Teachers College. Cedar F'ails. She has taii^nt fourth grade in Forest City tne pnat twi years. The groom is a 1953 graduate of Corwith hiph school nrii; attended a technical Fi-h<v>l in St. Louis, Mo. lie is now employed in Britt. After a short wedding trip the yount; couple will be at home in Fuivst City. The new Mrs Sloter was honored with a pre-nup'.i.'.! shower, Wednesday evening. '\b. ]:},• in the home of Mrs John M. Skogmo, with assisting hostesses, Mrs G. M. Will, Mrs William Goctseh and Mrs Harry Lichty. About 30 shared the courtesy. Out of town guests were the bride's grandmother, Mrs Edith Prior Los Angeles, Calif., the gronrnV mother and grandmother. MIT James Sloter of Corwith and Mrs Minnie Jackson of Gfrner nnd friend of the bride, Gretchen The money you save on gas will more MM pay foryottr A. R. WOOD •JMtof* GAS BROODER The ONLY Gas Brooder with these features ... • MULTI-BURNERS • FLASH TUBES • INDIVIDUALLY ADJUSTABLE NON-CLOG PILOTS • STAINLESS STEEL PILOT ADJUSTING SCREWS SEE AT THERfflOGAS of ALGONA South Phillips St. Completely Equipped To Take Care of Your Needs (7-8-9) PIONEER Hybrids Bring Better Living To Farm Families PIONEER THIS SPRING • HIQH.ER YIELDS t Fewer Dropped Ears • EASIER PICKING t More Profit Per Acre R. I, Mawdsley ,,. Algona C, 1. Bailey ..-. —...... Algona Aaron Steussy ,.„... Algona EugeneKollasch .,. Bode Harold Jones ....... Swea City * Johnson . „.. „ w . Swea City Walter Vaudt ,„.., Whittemore Produce _.,,.. Weiley Kriccrr >f F rest City. As.-:?'.ins the b: i ic-elrct in opr:i;::2 ;; r nifiny gift? was hei n-i•-,•)->. Wr,nc;.-i Will of Fore?: City. /; T:": : w . •- ;.V > the honor- ••r! u'-ti-j* at ;•< >-'i:--,V:T hi'd in tin n. ,«> . * '!;•. l.'.i'h'.-i'.i!! clunrh in Or.vith Fr: l;;y evening. Feb. 8 S4th Anniversary Mr and Mrs H.-nry Kubly ob served their fifty-fourth wedding rinnivi is: TV Sunday. Feb. 17. with a dinner at Van's in Aljionr fa- Ihi-ir rhildn n ;-nd 'h"i; families, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty, LuVerne, daughters. Janice Marty of Algona, Mr antf Mrs Judi'.m We'tha and Pailla of Randall. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kub- iy and Dale of LuVei'no and Keith Kubly. Ames. Unable to be present were two grandsons Mr and Mrs Eldon Marty and Jr- Ann of Wallham. Minn., and Robert Lee Martv, stationed at Ofi'utt Air Base,"Omaha, Neb. Observe Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Charles Ha'nsel- man. Sr. observed their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday. Feb. 19. at their home in Lu- Verne with a dinner for theii children and their families. Charles Ilanselman and Miss Martha Ristau were married on February 19, 1907 at 11 a.m. in the LuVerne Zion Lutheran church by the late Rev. J. D. Hesse. They have continued to live since then on their farm west of town, later retiring to their present home. They have five children, all present for the occasion. They have nine grandchildren unH one e?T"t-«rnnH- child. The children present were Mr and Mrs Arthur iianselm.n. of Clear Lake; Mr and Mrs Geo. Funs 1 ' nnu ot Ge^eseu. 111.; Mr and Mrs Charles Hansclrnan, Jr., LuVerne; Mr and Mrs William Cook, Peoria, 111., and Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnson of Algona, Open house was held Tuesday afternoon for the brothers of Mi and Mrs Hariselman and the sisters-in-law and a brother-in-law. Mrs Hanselman reports they received a card of congratulations from the White House signed by Dwight Eisenhower, courtesy of their son-in-law George Furstenau of Geneseo, 111. Graveside Rites Attending the funeral of their Th« one show with All STARS - ISO world'* finest skaters. 2Vj hours thrilling entertainment. Gorgeous colors, glamorous costumes, side splitting eomedyl The perfect family shawl APRIL 3 thru APRIL 21 • 26 BIG PERFORMANCES • Evenings— Tue$day$ tknj Fridays 8:30 p.m. $8turdays-1:30, 5:30 Mtf 9:30 «*. Sundays— UQ and 6:30 p.m. • Visitor* please note 3 performance! on Saturdays and 2 performance* on Sundays tld Tlcl.h «ow o* Ml* «l Hi* Mifty». Ml U*rqu*H« ck l« St. P*ul Box and Rmkjlde $3.50 Reserved $3.0G-J2.50-*I.50 Minneapolis Arena 3900 OUPONT AV|. SOUTH, MINNEAPOLIS «, MINN. uncle, Waller Dimler of Kassoft, Minn., at rites in the LuVern* Cemetery Saturday aft e r n o o ft were Mrs James Neville. Ames, Mrs Don Irey. Clarence, Mrs tie irgc Godd;v:r, DCS Moines, Mr and Mrs Morris Espeland, fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs William Jray, Biagle Grove. At Capping Serf ic* Roberta Murray, student at A.I.B. in Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Murray. Roberta has been ill and hospitalized in Des Moines. but now improved Mr and Mrs Murray took Ro* berta back to Des Moines Sunday. They went to attend the Capping Service in* the Trinity Lutheran Church in Des Moines. when their eldest daughter, Patricia, student nurse at Iowa Lutheran hospital, was a rhftmber of the class. A dinner was served Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Glen Brayrtard and Annette as a farewell courtesy for their son and brother, Dale Braynard. who leaves Thursday for Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. Dale was also honored guest at a dinner Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and daughter. Mr and,Mrs Edward Behnkendorf were hosts to their neighborhood card club Valentine day. At the play of 500, high, Robert Will and Mrs Gordon Gregory; Low, Donald Miller and Mrs Robert Will; Travel prize, Donald Miller. The next meeting Feb. 28 will be with Mr and Mrs Robert Will. The members of the J. J, Club were guests of Mrs Loyd Larson Friday afternoon. Mrs Marion Larson was a guest. After routine business, Mrs Claire Champine showed slides of a recent trip into Canada and other points of interest enroute. Mrs Edith Prior of Los Angeles, Calif, has arrived to visit in the home of her son William Prior and family. Weekend guests in the Mr and Mrs G. M. Will home were their daughter, Wanda Will, Pat Nolle and Gretchen Krieger. They art- all teachers in the Forest City school. \ David, 4 year old son of Mr and Mrs James Blumer, was a medical patient at Mason City Monday to Thursday the past week. Mr and Mrs Otto Schipull traveled to Rochester, Minn- Monday where Mrs Schipull went for a check-up. Hugh Shirk was able to return to the LuVerne Pharmacy Monday. Mr Shirk suffered cardiac trouble Dec. 18 and has, been hospitalized in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge and convalescing at his home here. Mr and Mrs Albert Gcnrich had as guests Sunday their daur ghter, Mr and Mrs Everett Steven and" children of Sexton and their son, Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich. The occasion was to observe the birthdays of Mrs Steven and Mrs Stanley Genrich. Mr and Mrs John Bockcs and Kathy entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich, Miss Vuiiaine Johnson, Junior Hardcopf, Mr and Mrs William Litllejohn. Having birthdaysi were Mrs Gcnrich, Junior Hardcopf and Mrs Bockes. Mrs John Zimmerman was honored *nday evening on Hit- occasion of her birthday Valentine day when a group of old neighbors and friends came with weU-1'illed baskets and cake for the occasion. Mr and Mrs C. Renn Daughrity of Des Moines visited- their friends, Mr and Mrs William Prior Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wilder Rocksvood took Mrs Peder Hjelmeland and, daughter, Aslough, to Iowa City where Aslough entered tne university hospital for medical treatment, Eldon Oberhelmen visited his aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Otto Markert, in Sleepy Eye, Minn, last Thursday. Mr and Mrs Albert A. Svhi- pull were Sunday guests in the Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer home in Lone Rock- Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons had -as guests Sunday his mother, Mrs Elmo Barber, Bode, and his sister, the Mr and Mrs Wuliam Meyer iuroily oi Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Franklin Ernst and children of Riceville were visitors Saturday with' her parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Blumer, Sr. Bruno Ristau of Sioux City visited his father, William Ristau, Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Julius Stucier ol Coiwith visited their son and daughter-in-law, M,t' George Studer Saturday. The Missionary Guild met Wednesday in the home of Mrs Curtis Morgan. Guests were Mrs Harry Christensen of Humboldt and Mrs Sylvester Brace. The scripture reading was given by Mrs William Hedrick and Miss Emma Krawse gave several readings. Annette Braynardj Elaine Rockwood and Mrs John Voss, Jr attended a 4-H Good Grooming meeting Saturday in the Exten sion office in Algona. Mr and Mrs Claire Jones o! Royal wer* Sunday visitors in the home of their daughter, Mf and Mrs Hugh Shirk. August Pergande, accrtnpanied by Arthur Maass. went to Nevada Wednesday where they visited in the home of the Rev. and Mrs E. R. Walters. Dr. and Mrs L. R. Turner of Denver, Colo, visited their friends, Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman, at the John Hefti farm Friday and Saturday. Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull had as guests Saturday Mi and Mrs Henry Eggerth of Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. Mr and Mrs A. T. Skow of Humboldt were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs William Moeding. Mrs William Moeding visited Friday to Sunday in the home ot her son, Mr and Mrs Daryl Moeding and children in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs John Earnhardt of Pocahontas were Sunday visitors in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs W. Raymond Legler and sons. Mr and Mrs J. O. Marty left Thursday, Feb. 14. for a vacation trip to Lynn Haven, Florida, where they will visit in tin- home of their daughter Mr and Mrs James Bowman. car is not considered seriously injured. Danifcl Joseph Reding, infafi! son of Mr and Mrs Frank Reding, was baptised in St. Joseph's church on Sunday by Fathe: Schneider, O. P. Sponsors were Jean Reding and Bob Wonderlv. Father Schneider, O. P. left on Monday evening lot Chicago after spending the weekend here in St. Joseph's Parish in charge of the services and tnrollirtg members of St. Joseph's Parish in the Rosary Confraternity. Rev. G. Barry, from Carroll, will be in charge of St. Joseph's parish until the return of Rev. Lro C Schumacher from Ada, Okln. a-bout the end of this month. Mr and Mrs John Thul were Sunday dinner and supper guest? in the home of Mr and Mrs Ro bert Thul west of Algona. Afternoon visitors in the Thul home were Robert's parents. Mr and Mrs Harold Thul and daughters. ateo of here. Mrs Maggre Thilge* and son Bernard returned horn* Thursday evening from a week's visit with Mrs Thilge*' mother, Mrs Mary Zeller, 87, and Mrs Thilgcs' brother. George, at Watortowru S D., and a sister, Mr and Mrs Ed Butler and family in Waubay, South Dakota. On their return they visited with Mr and Mrs Roncy Thilges in Tracy, Minn. 'JDM Classified* Pay Dividend* AUCTION As t am going to specialite in custom grinding t will sell at Public Auction the following described property on the farm located 1 mil* west, 2 miles south and 2 miles west of Whittemore or 2Mi miles east and-1 mile north of Rodman or 5 miles north and 2 miles west of West Bend on Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Fmd» He&Ung Subitanc* That DOM Both— Relieve* Pain-*SbrUw* Hemonholdf , tt. v. <»p«i*!> - For the first time science hut ftmnd a ntv sub* tan c« with the aitonlih- atjJity 10 a brink hemorrboid* In tiie after c&ae. while gently r*!i**iny pain, scttiai reduction of at! - mtttt* ,. . a*toni«Ua? statement* Ifkt "file* h«ve ceaaed to be a problem!" Th* turret i* a n»w fettling iub- itence (B'o-Pync*) — discovery o< i . Thin »ub«wnc* H now »vail»b!e in tufijj'nitoru or ointment form tinder the name frt»a /«<(«» //.» At you* Delmar Plathe Hospitalized St. Joe — Delmar Plathe, injured in a car accident on Friday afternoon, east of Ottosen is a patient in St. Ann hospital in Alpona. Mr Plathe alone in 1m TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. I '37 F-20 I.H.C. TRACTn with Hydraulic Pump II '47 I.H.C. M TRACT. Overhauled-Guaranteed '41 I.H.C, M TRACT. Overhauled'Quaranteed Give Your Chickens STONEMO Granite Grit to make costly feed PRODUCE MORE Stonemo is the overwhelming choice of poultrymen who watch costs. Order several bags with your next lot of feed. As Advertised In Farm & Home Section CLOVERLEAF HATCHERY '& FEED FARM MACHINERY 1954 448 I.H.C. four-row Cultivator with mount* ings for M or F-20 tractor 1954 400 I.H.C. Corn Planter with fertiliser attachments — 160 rods of wire 1956 10-foot 9-inch I.H.C. Tandem Disc with hydraulic lift and on rubber LH.C. 15-foot Disc 1955 18-foot LH.C. Disc Kovar 4-section Drag with folding eveneri I.H.C. Hammermill 1954 Farmer's Friend 40-foot Elevator Rubber tirbd Trailer with flare box 2 Sino Hydraulic Lift Box Hoists 1954 200 John Deere 2-row Corn Picker Caswell Manure loader to fit M or F-20 Tractor BUILDINGS 10 x 12 Brooder House (like new) 12 x 16 Brooder House Two Steel Bins (170 bushel capacity) FEED 200 bales Alfalfa 200 70 bales Straw 70 FARM MACHINERY 1952 I.H.C. 3-16 Inch Plow on Rubber with plow chief bottoms . LH.C. 2-16 inch Slat Bottom Plow 1953 I.H.C. 7-foot Mower with wlndrower attch. I.H.C. 24 - two row mounted Corn Picket Maseey Harris 7-foot Clipper Combine with PTO I.H.C. 10-foot Spring Tooth Harrow I.H.C. four-wheel Manure Spreader I.H.C. Endgate Seeder Polar's 6-row Weed Sprayer Flat Rack Mack four -wheeled rubber tired Trailer 19S6 120-bu. Snaco Unloader Wagon MISCELLANEOUS Surge 2-unlt Milking Machine with pump and pipe lino for 15 cows 300 gallon Gas Barrell and Stand Gas Brooder Stove Pump Jack GPS Range in Good Condition Other Household Items TERMS: — Usual auction terms. Nothing to be removed until settled for or arrangements made with clerk. Not responsible in case of accidents. RUSSELL HARRIS, Owner LLOYD BERKLAND and JAY ARNOLD, Auctioneers. Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, Clerk. THE C A Standard Pontiac Stock Car Sweeps Its Class In The Two Most Important Events To You From The Standpoint Of On-The-Highway Performance . . Winning First, Second and Third Place In The NASCAR Flying Mile and Winning First and Second Place In NASCAR Acceleration Tests Run From A Standing Start Over a Measured Mile! The experts have been saying, "Watch Pontiac at Daytona" — and there's been plenty to watch! Pontiac was the most exciting car on the beach, as the last minute box-score above will show you. This impressive record was made by a NASCAR-approved, strictly production model Chieftian, powered by Pontiac's special high performance Strato-Streak V-8 with 317 H.P. 10 to 1 compression ratio . . . and featuring Pontiac's new Tri-Power Carbmetion System. What does this mean to you as an ordinary, everyday driver? It means you can drive Amcri- ?a's number one road car — with all the ruggedness, safety and precision handling that make it a favorite of the men who earn the iff living by driving, And you can own it at prices starting below 30 models of the low-price three! Why not make n date right now to catch up on the newest, most spectacular performance on the road today? Tomorrow would be a wonderful day for that thrill! We Said It , . , And Daytona Proved It — Completely New from Power to Personality PONTIAC'S AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 ROAD CAR ! Sif YOUR PONTIAC PfAlER

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