The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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Thursday, June 6, 195? Carmen Brandt Married At Swea City May 25 . Sunday visitors of Mrs Mar! gar?t Householder were Mr and Mrs Harlan Blar.chard and son, Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder and daughter. Gloria and Mrs Woodrow Pcttit. _ The wedding of Carrm-n Brandt, daughter of M: and Mrs WeSdon Brandt, to Wayne Jorgrnsen, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Jorgmsen. nil-of Swea City, look place Saturday evening, May 25. at 8 p.m. in Immanuel Lutheran church. Pastor Leroy Pillman officiated at the double ring ceremony in a candlelight service before the altar decorated with while gladioli, mums, and snapdragons With Alrta Jensen at the organ, nuptial music was furnished by Mrs Dean Loge. Blue Earth, and Mrs Rowland Sutherland, Faribault. The bride, who was given by her father, was attended by Mrs Edward Anderson, sister of the groom, as matron of honor; Mrs Robert Jones, bridesmaid; and Jill Ann Berggren, junior bridesmaid. The best man was George Anderson, Chicago, cousin of the bride: Edward Anderson was groomsman, and Murray Berggren, junior groomsman. Ushers were Darwin Deim of Fulda, the. bride's cousin; and William and Robert Jorgensen, the groom's brothers. The bride carried a white orchid on a Bible with lily-of- the-valley streamers. Her gown was of Shiffli embroidered tulle over nylon net and taffetg, with a close fitting bodice extending into deep points at both front and back. The square neckline and small cap sleeves were outlined with tiny scallops. Ruffles swept into a chapel train at the back of the skirt. Her finger tip veil of imported English bridal illusion fell from a plateau of tulle and Jace, trimmed with pearls and sequins. , At the reception ror 200 guests at Luther Hall following the ceremony, Mrs Albert Swanson was dining room hostess. Waitresses were Barbara and Beverly Carlson of Litchfield; Karen Schroeder, Ledyard; Marlene and Velda Brandt of Elmore; and Marcia Jensen. Patricia Smith of Fairmont, Dolly Ann Doocy of Mason City, and Scdell Hammer were in charge of gifts. A college rommate. Mrs Don Williams. Williams. Iowa, had charge of the guest book. Mrs A. L. Anderson. Chicago, aunt of the bride, cut the cake, and Mrs Shirley Miller. Ledyard. and Mrs Wayne Christensen t>oured. Following her graduation from Waldorf College two years ago, Mrs Jorgensen has been teaching kindergarten in Swea City, and will continue teaching. Mr Jorgensen attended Ledyard schools, and following a period of two years in military service, has been farming. On their return from a week's wedding trip to the Black Hills, the couple will make their home in an apartment in Swea City while a new home is being built on their farm west of town. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and Linda visited the Willis Hewett home in Fort Dodge Sunday. Sunday guests at the W. J. Cotton home were Dick Bauman of Omaha, Mary Roberts and Carle Lea Taylor, Des Moines, and John Cotton, all Iowa State College students. This weekend, Charles Martin of Dumas, Texas, and Frank Kloke of Omaha, Neb. came home with John Cotton Sunday. John Cotton was one of 135 freshmen men at Iowa State College to be named to Phi Eta Sigma, national scholastic fraternity. To be eligible for the award, a student must have a grade-point of 3.5 or above. Mrs Ruth Krueger spent Saturday at the home of Hiram Ackerman in Burt. Portland Twp. By Mr*. Victor Fitch Rev. Loren Gerber and Mrs Mary Michaelsen of Titonka were Sunday guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Sharon Carroll attended 4-H Rally Day at Swea City Satur day. Mr and Mrs John Penton and family called at the Hazel Carroll home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Hazel Carroll entertained following Sharon's graduation Tuesday evening. Those who attended were Mr and Mrs D*nni3 Carroll, Mr and Mrs Alvin Hardcopf, Mr and Mrs Bill Hardcopf Jr. and Mr and Mrs Guy Andre and girls from LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Ted TruneUe and family. Mrs Rosalie Bonavia and Charolette from Wesley, Mr and Mrs C. E. Priebe, Mrs Fannie Albright and family, Mr and Mrs Judd St. John and Mrs Mary Carroll and Lucille from Algona, Mr and Mrs Maurice Bilsborough and family, Mr and Mrs Robert H. Spear and family, Mr and Mrs Max Goldman and family, Mr and Mrs Lewis Larson and Nancy, Mrs Glen Larsen and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle, Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart and David and Craig Sathoff and Carl Hyman of Titonka. Mrs Ray Black spent Friday with Mrs Hazel Carroll. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family were Memorial Day diln- ner guests at the home of Mrs Minnie Larsen. Mr and Mrs Maurice Bilsborough and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Zwiefel and Orlo, Mr.and Mrs Louis Huber, Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Steven of Fenton, Vincent Govern, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Philip Faaborg were guests at the Earl Zwiefel home, Friday evening after the graduation exercises. Wednesday evening guests in the Earl Zwiefel home were Mr and Mrs Earl Stott. Mrs Lewis Larsen spent Memorial Day at the Elmer Weigand home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern, Vincent Govern and Mr and Mrs Ervin Urell of Denver, Colo, were Thursday evening callers at the Earl Zwiefel home. LOCALS Mr and MM Wallace Adams had Don Thompson, of Marshalltown as guest last week Wednesday. Kent Jorgenseoni 12 year old son of Mr and Mrs Harold Jergenson, is recovering from an attack of glandular fever. Dr Karl Hoffman attended the dentogenic field seminar held over the weekend at the Fontenelle hotel, Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrt Ed Hagg had as guests Sunday the letter's cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs Charles Beasley, of Detroit, Mich. 'Mr and MM W. C. McDougall were visited over the weekend by the former's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs C. D. O'Harrow, of Morrison, 111. MM Barbara Plathe of Chicago arrived Wednesday to attend the O'Brien-Lemkee wedding. She will also visit her sister, Mrs Katherine Thilges. Mr and Mrt Cecil McGttnnis were visited Memorial Day by the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Maynard Stephenson, of Manchester. Irene Corle had as guests Memorial day her cousin and husband. Mr and Mrs Clifford Clafk, of Ames. They also saw Clifford's sister Mrs Ethel Morgan. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg have had as guests Mr and Mrs Hjalme Hagg, of Sioux Falls, S. D. They also visited Mrs Clara Hagg ani [Jus and Mr and Mrs Alber Hagg. Mr and Mrs Norman Henne vick were called from .Petaluna 2al. due to the illness of Mi tfennevick's father at Elmore Minnesota. Mrs Hennevick is the "ormer Donna Rentz. Mr and Mrs Miles Sloniker and family are being visited by Mrs Sloniker's parents, Mr anc Mrs W. W. Senne of Kenosha Wise. The Slonikers are expect- ng Mr and Mrs Robert E. Anderson of Kenosha as this weekend guests. Special For "Algeria Days" Brand NEW CARS $ 600 Of f List Price Commander Two-door Deluxe, two-tone with arctic white and Apache red, over* drive, wel air cleaner, heater, lighter. List $2850. \ $600 OFF \ Delivered Price V ONLY $2250 1957 Commander Four-door Deluxe, two-tone with azure blue and arctic white, flight- amatic, white wall tires, directional signals, heater. List $2950.45. $600 OFF Delivered Price ONLY $2350.45 Commander Custom four-door, two-tone with wedgewood blue and arctic white, flighlamalic, 4-barrel carbureator. heater, dual exhaust, oil filter, chrome discs, safety padded dash, seat covers, white wall tires, twin traction. Us* $2965.42. $600 OFF Delivered Price ONLY $2365.42 USED CAR BARGAINS 1957 Chevrolet 9-passenger station wagon, 2-tone, power-glide, radio, heater, white wall tires. Two miles. 1956 Ford station wagon, Parklane, two- tone, Fordomatic, radio, heater, white sidewall tires, fender skirts. f§55 Packard Clipper, 4-door, two-tone, radio, heater, ultramatic, 6000 actual miles. 1954 Chevrolet 4-door, model 210, heater, directional signals. 1953 Ford custom line, 4 door, radio, heater, Fordomatic, green. 1953 Chevrolet 2-door, radio, heater, directional signals. 1948 Chevrolet 2-door. Lots of miles left at low cost. 1948 Packard 2-door, overdrive, radio, heater, 54,000 actual miles. TRUCK BARGAIN 1949 Studebaker ton truck, hew motor, stock and grain box, CHULTZ BROS. 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