The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 24
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}-Af0ono (lo.) Upper Oe* Mdinei Thursday, May 9, 195? Fsser-Pompe Vows Spoken Here On Saturday, May 4 MAY IS IOWA BEEF MONTH The importance of Iowa as a leading stale in the pro- duclion of beef and other foods of animal origin is indicated by Ihe fact that 80 percent of the stale's cash receipts from farm marketings is derived from the sale of livestock and liveslork products ... amounting to an average of more than 4'/2 nrllion dollars a day. Iowa, which has the greatest number of meat animals of any state in the nation, had cash receipts from marketings of livestock and livestock products last year amounting to $1.712,827.000, the highest of any state and more than ten percent of the national total. SPONSORED BY Kossufh County Beef Producers Whltfemore—Katherinr Helen Esser of Wluttemoro. and Harland Pompe :ils<> of Whittemore were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, May 4th, in Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. Rev. Luther Loesch eon- ducted the 3 p.m. double ring ceremony in the presence of an audience of over 200 people. Tin bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Es.«i>r and the bride groom is the son of Mrs Martha Hompe. all of \Vhittemore. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, was attractive in a chapel length wedding gown of imported chantilly lace ove nylon tulle styled with a fltteo. bodite and phort sleeves anrl sobrina neckline trimmed with mother of pearls and sequins. Her full sweeping chapel length skirt of tulle featured a wide from panel of imported chantilly lace Her chantilly lace finger-tip vcn was held in place by a tiara ef feet head piece of flowers. Shf carried a colonial bouquet of red roses. Her jewelry was a stranc' of pearls and matching earring? a gift from the bridesgroom. Verona Zumach, a friend of the couple, was bridesmaid. Mrs Loren Brown ot Algpn;< was organist and accompanied the soloist, Mrs Wilbert Ruhnke of LuVerne, a cousin of the SWEA CITY HIGH -CLASS OF '57 Eugene Papenfuhs Ted Abbas Betty Clark Sharon Boland BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1957 FOR A BRIGHT ANP PROSPEROUS FUTURE K«r*a Martin U»ry Peter* LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY HATCHERY NORTHERN LUMBER CO. bridegroom, who sang the "LordV Prayer" and "O Promise Me." Howard Es.ser. brother of tht bride, served as best man. Ushers were Leonard Pompe of Lotts Creek and Roland Esser, brother of the bride, of West Des Moines. ^ reception was held to 125 guests at 5 p.m. in the Whittemore Legion Hall. The bride attended the Whittemore Public school and graduates with the class of 1950. She ha : been employed as a receptionis in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, and also for Dr. Kelly ii Algona, and at present was ern ployed with Weidenhoff Corp. in Algona. The bridegroom alsc graduated with the class of 195( in the Whittemore High school following-his eight grade gradun' lion from St. Paul's school here He served two years in the army including 11 months ir, Korea. Following his dischargi from the service he has beet: employed with the Livingstof. Tool Co. in Algona. Following a southern wedding trip for a week the couple will be at home at the Hillcrest Trailer Court in Algona. Defendant Is Victor, SO, Damage Case A $20.000 damage suit in Palo Alto county district cour< resulted in a verdict for the defendant, last Wednesday evening: Plaintiff in the case was Dr John Wnile of Fenton. nnd B?r Berklnnd was the defendant. Fivr men and seven women formed the jury. The court action arose as a result of a tragic accident, July 8, 1956, when a car driven by the defendant struck the girl as she rode a bicycle out of a lane al the Olaf Norland driveway a mile north and -1'i east of Dcnew The Norland family lives about «a mile from the Berklands in Palo Alto county west of Fenton. Judge Harry Narey heard the case, and Autrust Probr-t was foreman of the jury. Matters of contention .in the case centered on the question of how fast the Berkland car was trX^ling and the matter of whether or not the driveway was obscured by foliage. Mrs Florence Albee'and children, Carol and Junior, of Jefferson, were April 14 guests a* the parental Mrs Mary Seifert home. Mrs Seifert's son, Harold Seifert, is living with his mother Junior Albee, who was accident- ly shot thru the leg on March 17, gets about on crutches now. Mary Bonn 'and firend, Ernie, of Garner were Saturday night guests of Mrs Mary Seifert and Harold. Honor Lang mack Minn. Elmer Langmack r.f Algona was honored last week by the "V" Stores organization by selection as "Man of the Year" in the organization The special award is made to the man who has as- sistf-d the organization in some outstanding manner. Presentation of the award was made ai she annual meeting of the variety store group held at Clara City. ON DISPLAY at the Algona Upper Des Moines Cooking School! Put away clothes storage problems! Just drop yonr out-of-season clothe* into the Sta*Nu Storage Box, and when it's crammed full, let us have It' 31/3 big cubic feet of space accommodates clothes galore . , . suits, coats, dresses, blankets, many, many articles of clothing or fabric. What's more, each piece receive* the exclusive Sta*Nu dry cleaner t finishing process that replaces textila finishing agents . . . keeps fabrics glamorous, soft, wrinkle-free, ready to wear when you need them. And Sta*Nu finishing is yours al no cixtra costl Our Sta*Nu Storage Box Plan provides for storing as many clothes as you can fit into this giant box— all for one low price. The safe, con. venient, worry-free way to store your clothes! We Give You the Box—You Fill It—We Dry-Clean and Store In "All-Season-Safely"! The Handieit Way to Store Clothes — : Ever! The Sta+Nu Storage Box i» Excltuive With Vt — Your Sta+Nu Drr Cleanart At Only Our Regular Low __ Rates For Dry Cleaning ~~ Phone CY 4-3265 See The Sfa-Nu Storage Boxes At'-TJie Cooking School,. . . GET THE SPECIAL FOLDER ALGONA LAUNbRERS & DRY CLEANERS East Across From Courthouse (Early Resident Die*, Illinois Word was received here recently that Mrs Rcna Bradley- Duncan passed away at her home in Franklin, 111., Tuesday, Feb. 5, after some months of failing health. She was,73. She was born Feb. 2, 1884, in Algona, daughter of Mr and Mrs* A. D. Bradley who came to Algona in the early 1970's. Her maternal grandparents were Mr and Mrs Leonard Ayers who settled in Cresco twp. among the first pioneers. Funeral services were held Feb. 8, with burial there. Three brothers survive, and a sister-in- law. I COOK BOOK HERO NO. 1 DAIRY MILK Selected By SUSAN LOWE For The Algona Upper Des Moines Cooking School Winters Dairy Milk and Cream Play "STAR ROLES" in your most successful recipies . . . Improve the flavor of everything ypu cook or bake . . . Glorify your most tempting desserts . . . Richly endow every dish with body-building nutrition . . . Make every meal a stepping stone to good health. We are mighty proud that Miss Susan Lowe, nationally known home economist will use Winters Dairy Milk and Cream in her cooking and baking demonstrations. DAIRY Division of Borden Co. Phone CY 4-3869 ALGONA, IOWA , EVERY SPECIAL For HomeAAakers Show FRIDAY-SATURDAY Only DEMONSTRATION SUSAN LOWE WILL DEMONSTRATE GENERAL ELECTRIC ALL-PURPOSE SUSAN LOWE , AT HOMEMAKERS SHOW ! On The Stage GENERAL ELECTRIC BOOK SHELF 11 Fool Size ALL AUTOMATIC Starting At Low As MAYTAG WASHERS 239 ONLY 95 NOW AVAILABLE WITH BUILT-IN SUDS-SAVER FREEH Thif General Electric, $29.50 Value, All Purpose Mixer. To Be Given Away a* a Grand Prize. ALSO - AVAILABLE AT OUR STORE MAYTAG'S SUPER VALUE FOOD FREEZER PLAN I North la. Appliance Center 918 EAST STATE ST. ALGONA, IOOA PHONE GY 4-3818

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