The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 15
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Nuptials For Ledyard Couple Feb. 15 Ledyafd — Marion Klinksick, daughter of Mr and Mrs August Klinksiek, became the bride of Irvin L. Brandt, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Brandt, at 7:30 pm Feb. 15. The double ring ceremony was read in the Evangelical and Reformed Church with Rev. Victor Vriesen officiating before an altar graced with lighted candelabra and baskets of red roses and white mums. Mrs Orville Brandt, organist, played a prelude of nuptial music, including the wedding marches. She also accompanied Mrs Howard Klinksiek as she sang, "Because", "I Love You Truly", and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of faille taffeta, the cl&se fitting bodice of chantilly lace buttoned at the back and fashioned a Sabrina neckline. The long sleeves of lace tapered to a deep bridal point over the wrist. Her waist-length veil of imported French bridal illusion was attached to a white taffeta semi-pill box. Pearl roping and two tiny jeweled tear drops adorned the scalloped brim. She carried a bouquet of whlto roses and wore a single strand ol pearls and matching earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by her sister, Mrs Harold Warner, as matron of honor. Orville Br&ndt, brother of the bridegroom was best man. Ushers were Howard Klinkaiek and Harold Warner. Following the service a reception was held in the church parlor for 100 guests. The three-tiered wedding cake, decorated in red and white, bridal colors, was cut and served by the bride's sister, Mrs Ted Thilges. Pouring tate the bride's sister-in-law, Mis Brvin Klinksiek, Mr* John Moe, Mrs Donald Mino, and Shirley Miller, friends, assisted as waitresses. Dining room hostesses were the bridegroom's aunts, Mrs Art Runks- meier and Mrs Orville Runks- meier. » Mrs Eldon Brown, a friend of the bride, had charge of the guest book. Mrs Arlowe Blome, Mrs Roger Meyer, and Jeane Brandt assisted with the gifts. The bride chose a blue sheath dress with navy accessories and a corsage of red roses for going away. The bride and groom are graduates of the Ledyard school. After a wedding trip to Florida the couple will be at home on a farm northwest of Ledyard. Mrs Mary Blome, 85 year old grandmother from Des Moines was an honored guest at the wedding. Variety Show Meld On last Tuesday evening the Music Boosters sponsored a Variety Show at the school with the following program being enjoyed by a fine crowd: Haligious selections—Evangelical and Reformed Choir, Methodist Youth Choir, Catholic Choir; Tap Dance numbers — Calista Daukbar and Fidelis Daukbar; Comedy Skit — Melvin Wentworth and Henrietta Schaumberg; Girls Quartet — Ruth Wallentine, Ruth Ploeger, Ann Egesdal, Shirley Udstuen. Accordion Solos — Shirley Smith; Ledyard Lassies 4-H Club — 4-H club Field Song and a folk dance; The 3 Flats — Faculty Trio; Comedy Skit — Jeremiah Sullivan and Keith Knpner; The 4 Sharps — Francis Haag, Kenny Menke, Jon Gilbertson and Melvin Wentworth; American Legion Auxiliary and American Legion members — "God Bless America". Muliic (between acts wa£ by the Ledyard High School Swing Band. Lassies Active On Feb. 11 the Ledyard Lassies held their meeting after school In the dining room, with I 19 members, two leaders and the following guests, Mrs Wm. Bau- mari, Roty and Jill, and Mrs Ervih Johnson . The program: Dorothy Zielske t avfi a clu in ing demonstration; andfa Johnson gave a clothing demottstratibn; demonstration by Judy ingebritson; A health talk by Linda Pingel. A lunch was served by the hostesses, Gail Bauman and Sandra Johnson. Feb. 12 the club sang afcd did a folk, dance for the Variety Show which was sponsored by the Music Boosters. National 4-H Club Week is March 2-9. Plans are being made to have a display in Ledyard during that week, which will be taken to Algona on Saturday morning, March 9, for Algona Day. On that day the club president, Betty Herzog, and the vice president, Jane Egesdal, have been invited to be guests of the owner or manager of the place of business where the display is located, during the afternoon and for dinner. Afrer a meeting with the presidents and vice presidents of the 50 4-H clubs in the county they will be guests at the Algona Theatre. W.S.C.S. Met The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs Tice Brack and Mrs D. B. Mayer as hostesses. Mrs Glenn Burrow had charge of the program and led the devotions. Mrs Ray Wentworth and Mrs Harold Herzog assisted by giving a playlet. During the business meeting plans were made to observe the World Pay of Prayer Friday, March 8. This will be in place of the regular meeting which would have been the following Thursday. Plans were also made for a Mother - Daughter Banquet to be served May 2 by the men of the church. Lunch was served by the hostesses at tables decorated for Valentine day. Mr and Mrs Robert Papenfuss and Beverly and Karen Brandt Introducing "SIR STA * NU" "Sir STA'NU" guards the life of your clothes when they are dry cleaned at Algona Laundry, 8r Dry Cleaners. The STA'NU Finishing Process revitalizes fabrics by restoring textile finishing agents lost through ordinary wear and brings back the color-fresh look . v . lhe ; cashmt^sW^eel . . . the wrinkle-resistant qualities you admire so much in fine new clothes! You can have all this FREE when you bring your clothing to us ... exclusive STA* NU dealer in Algona. Waich the lending national magazines (ESQUIRE, LIFE, VOGUE, GLAMOUR and others) for messages from "Sir STA'NU." TRY OUR LAUNDRY SERVICE SPECIALS "WASH, DRY, FOLD" LAUNDRY SERVICE Now you can stop washday drudgery and still remain on the family budget with our economy laundry service. Your weekly washes will have expert care and handling. Safe, soft washing and steam tumbled drying, plus convenient folding at lOc per pound. And remember, FREE pickup and delivery anywhere in Algona, Now at a price you can't afford to overlook. POUND IOC SPECIAL NO. "WET WASH"-10-DAY SPECIAL A limited offer for ten days only until Saturday, March 2, we are offering to wet wash you clothes at a price that you can't afford to do in your own home . . . only 5c per pound, POUND 5C SWEATER FINISHING by the BLOK-RITE Sweater Process, This process restores the original shape and, elasticity to knit ribbing • . • Athletic Jackets, Cardigans< Cashmeres, Knitwear, Jerseyi,,, Demand the Difference! SHIRTS IRON PROFESSIONALLY We have just installed a new shirt unit for shirts. Tins new equipment assures you of the best in professional ironing of your ' shirts. Pressed and folded just the way he likes them. FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ALGONA LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS ACHOSS STIUSJST EAST OF COURTHOUSE PHONE 2(J7 of Hubbard, ahd Mf and Mrs Glen Hildebritle and daughter and Mrs Axel Rasrhussen and Vance of Waterloo were Weekend guests at the Herman iJrftndt home, coming for the weeding of Irvin Brandt on Friday evening. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Qeo. Thompson attended a birthday dinner for the Thompson's bfOth- er-in-law, 3. A. Zweifel of Cot- with, at the Mason home in Lti* Verne. Mr and MM ftobett PafjefiftiSS and Beverly and Karen Brandt of Hubbard, Mr and Mrs Art Brandt and family of Hubbard, Mr and Mrs Glen Hildebritle and daughter, Mrs Axel Rasmussen and Vance of Waterloo, Mr ahd Mrs Herman Brandt, Mr and Mrs Orville Bfandt and family and Jeane Brandt who was horna for the weekend were dinnei guests on Saturday at the John Brandt home. Mrs Lydia Brandt from Zearing is spending several weeks here visiting her sisters and brothers. Mr and Mfs Chris Anderson of Primghar spent the weekend at the hdhie of their daughter and family, the William Klinkers. They are on their way home from Arkansas and Texas where they had been visiting. Melvin Wentworth went to. Shell Rock Sunday to visit his brother Delbert and family. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended the funeral of Barney Casler, a retired mail carrier, at Algona Thursday. Wednesday evening the homemaking classes at school under the direction of Mrs Henry S"leen- hardt served a dinner to the school board and faculty and their wives and husbands. Jeane Brandt arrived home Thursday evening from Luther College at Decorah to attend the wedding of het cousin, Irvin Brandt. Mrs J. F. Sullivan, who had been in the Buffalo Center hospital for the past week suffering from sinus infection, was able to come home Tuesday of last week. Mr and Mrs Art Brandt and family of Hubbard were weekend guests at the John Brandt home, coming for the Wedding of Irvin Brandt. Four Bancroft Folks Are Hospitalized Bancroft — Miss Christine Schiltz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Con Schiltz underwent surgery at Holy Family Hospital in Esther- ville for femdVal of her appendix Tuesday. Christine is a junior ift St. John's High School. Richard Schilt*, son of Mr and Mrs Marlin Schiltz also underwent surgery at Holy Family hospital Tuesday. Dick is in fifth grade at St. John's. Mrs Nick Doocy was talten td Hdly Family Hospital in Estherville Sunday by Garry Ambulance where she is under medical treatment. Mrs Ed Gilbertson is a patient at Holy Family Hospital where she is critically ill. Mr and Mrs Ed Hultrustrum of Baraboo, Wisconsin, and Mrs John Guy of Austin spent Tuesday at the Perry Torine home in Bancroft. The senior girls of St. John's surprised Marilyn Doyle on her birthday Valentines Day. Bingo was played with prizes going to Donna Bergman, Alice Menke, Phyllis Mulligan and Joann Hellman. A • lovely lunch was served by Mrs Doyle and Marilyn opened her many lovely gifts. The Catholic Daughters of America held a Valentine Card Party for their husbands and friends in the church hall Thursday evening. A pot luck lunch was served and enjoyed by all The baby daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Bollig was baptized in Thursday, fob. 21, 191? Algdfta (let.) Upper Dt* Motft«**7 St. John's Church and named Helen Ann. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Louis Kollasch of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Julius Bollig of Bancroft are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire left Saturday for a three weeks vacation in California. Mrs McGuire will visit her sister, Mrs Florette Hull in North Hollywood. ST. JOE NEWS Phil Bormann observed his 10th Birthday on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 16, when his parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Bormann gave a party. The afternoon was spent playing games and contests, with a lunch. Phil received gifts. Mrs Harold Bormann assisted Phil's mother with the lunch. Mr and Mrs Henry Bormann and son Kenneth attended the wedding and reception of JoAnn Kenkel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Theo. Kenkel at Earling on Thursday, Feb. 14. Miss Kenkel is a niece of Mr and Mrs Bormann. CHAIN A heavy tow-chain killed Wayne Upton, 29, of near Burlington in a freak accident recent- ly. The younift farmer find the rhain dragging behind his tractor. Apparently the chain caught on a saimp and when it pulled 1onse, it flow forward arid hit Upton on the back of the head. He died a few hours later. WED., FES. 20th Teens Dance COUNTRY CLUBBERS Some Free Recordings FRI., FEB. 22nd Washington's Birthday ANDY DOLL And His Ridge Riders SAT., FEB. 23rd KEITH KILLINGER fit Orch. Shriners - Partial Coming TUES., MARCH 5th THE CREW CUTS Also AL ROYC 8t ORCH. Adm. 1.60 plus iax, tot. 1.80 LOCATION: As I have decided to quit farming I w 11 hoid a complete closing out auction on my farm located 2 miles West, 4</2 miles North of Junction 169 & 18, or 3 miles West, 3V 2 miles South cf Burt. • USUAL AUCTION TERMS 6 SALE TIME: 12 NOON 9 LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS • NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS I ,. • 35 Choice Shorthorn Cattle ALL CATTLE OVER 8 MONTHS OLD.ARE CALFHOOD. BANdd VACCINATED • 5 Milk Cows, Shorthorn—All fresh in September and October. • 8 Shorthorn Cows with calf by side. ' ' • 4 Shorthorn and Hereford Cross Heifers^—Open and bangs vac. 2 Yearling Steers. 2 Shorthorn and Hereford Cross Bull Calves, 6 months old. 5 Calves, 4 to 5 months old. 1 Good Hereford Bull, 2 years old. 51 Duroc Hogs • 2 Yearling Sows and 18 Gilts, bred to a Duroc boar the month of January., -• 1 Duroc Boar. ' ' • 30 Feeder Pigs. ALL VETERINARY VACCINATED 13 EWES 13 Ewes, all good mouth, to lamb . the last of March or 1st of April. Hay, Oats, Corn 9 600 bales of Alfalfa and clover hay. • Oats—200 bu. of Bonahanj 100 bu. of other oats. <9 Corn—500 bu. of ear corn. FARM MACHINERY F'20 Tractor with lights, starter, fluid in tires, good rubber with Roper pump; 2-row Cultivator to mount F>2Q or H, complete; Tractor Chains, 10-36; Regular Farmall A-i shape, good tires with fluid and 2-row cultivator; 6-ft. Baldwin (Meaner Combine with Wisconsin motor, A-l shape; John Deere 15' Disc; Four.«*ectJon Flexible Drag; John Deere Power Mower, A-l shape; John Deere 4-bar Side Delivery Rake^ IHC 2-14 Plow; IHC 240 2«row Planter, 160 rods of wire, new fertilizer, attachments, A-l shape; IHC 8' Binder, good canvasses; John Deere Manure Spreader, 2 years old; John Deere W Elevator, 2 years old, wide type; Overhead Hoist and speed jack; IHC Emigrate Seeder; Wooden Wheel Wagon with wood flare box; Wooden Wheel Wagon with triple box; Steel Wheel fcear with hayrack; Steel Wheel dear with box; One Old Spreader; IHC 2»H,P. Gas Engine; 300-gal. Gas Barrel, hose and stand; Some Bridge Plank; Slat Corn Cribbing; 1 Feed Bunk; lOOrbu, Hog, Feeder; Cob- burning Tank Heater; Post Drill; Vise, anvil, potato plow. BUILDINGS II 1 4-pen hog house 1 brooder house CHICKENS 170 No, 352 Beckford, laying good Household Goods • Combination Gas and Coal Stove. 9 Twin Burner Super Flame Oil Heater, with 500-gal. barrel and stand. ^^^W ^^^w VRMP VRHPHMMP (^^WPBH^ ^WW ^^^R ^^^P ^^w ^™ ^^^» ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^v ^^^^ ^^jfi^ ~^^^^^^^^^P ^^ftf^ ^^^^^^^^ •milJMPMPPR W^w ^^^p QUJNN AND YUNGEBEUO, Auctioneers IOWA

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