The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 29
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&«Alg6na (la.) Upper PM Maine* thursday, June 6, Bancroft Npwlyweds Marjory Mulligan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Mulligan, and Robert Menke, were married Saturday, May 18, at 8:30 a m in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Rev. J, H. Schultes performed the double ring ceremony. The newlyweds arc living in Algona following a t\Vo;week wedding trip. Both 'are employed here. (Nels Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) HONORED At Storm Lake, Leo Douglass has been given a pin as a 50-year Mason. Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president of the United States. He was 43. ' Buenger-Lauck Wedding Sunday At West Bend Whiitemore — Alyce Lorraine Buengcr, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Buenger, West Bend, and Henry Lauck, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Whitte-' more, were wed Sunday evening, June 2, at 6:30 p.m. in Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. Reuben Butzke of Whittemore was the organist and played a prelude and the nuptial wedding march and accompanied James Sanders of Ames, who sang "Oh Perfect Love", and the "Lord's Prayer." Rev. J.. T. Wolfram of Mallard, pastor at West Bend, performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired In a white silk organza wedding gown, fashioned ' with a fitted bodice* and low neckline, with short sleeves and silk organza gauntlets. Her full skirt of silk organza was floor length with a 'ace medallion with scattered iequins trimmed a few inches Tom the waist line. Her finger lip veil of silk illusion net was held in place by a queen's crown with seeded pearls. Her jewelry was a strand of pearls with matching earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a cascade bouquet of deep pink roses and stephanotis. She was escorted to the altar by her father, who gave her in marriage. Mrs Dale Mains of Algeria, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Lola Struecker, West Bend, cousin of the bridegroom, and Karen Hanselmann of Livermore, cousin of the bride, were bridesmaids. ( ,. Norman Buenger, brother of the bride, attended the groom as best man and groomsmen were Paul Lauck, brother of the bridegroom ,and Vernon Hanselmann, of LuVerne, a ' cousin of the bride. Ushers and candle- lighters were Marvin Struecker and Paul Hanselmann of West Bend. Following the ceremony'a reception was held in the church parlors for 170 guests. Marlene Discontinuing Business Effective July 1st i •' My lease expires and building is in the John Crowed estate and will be sold in the near future. < » Starting June 17th all stock of goods will be sold for cash and 10% discount. t \ We will deliver orders collecting at the time of delivery. Sorensen Grocery feonnstetter, West fiend, was In charge of.the gu&lt book, Mrs Dean Wehrspann, , Whittemofe, Mrs Duane tfati, Alg6na, Edith Hanselmann end Arlette StAieck- et of West Send, were In chafge of the gifts, Mrs Herman iBehnke* and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl poured. Table waitresses were Rita Bachman, Beverly Krug, Marlene Weber, Caroline Banwart, Jaunita Haliger and Ruby 1 Schrug. Dining' room hostess and kitchen were Mts Alvin Hanselmann, Mrs Frank Jergens, Mrs Walter Bell, Mrs Ernest Harberger and Mrs Erwin Harms. The bride attended the West Bend schools and after graduation has been employed iri West Bend. The bridegroom attended St. Paul's Lutheran (school and the Whittemore Public school. Following his graduation, he served for two years in the service. Following his discharge, he has been employed here. Upon their return from a week's'wedding trip they will live in West Bend. Marilyn Lawman Winding Up Active Career Marilyn Lowman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman of Algona, will receive her B. A. degree in physical education during exercises at Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls, tomorrow, Friday, June 7, at 10 a.m. Miss Lowman's activities while in college were numerous, She was a member of Pi Tau Phi sorority, was social life chairman this year, women's recreation chairman, /pep council president, 1956-57, member of the student league 'board, the associated women student's board, counselor for freshmen women for three years, a member of the phys ed club, chairman of Homecoming button sales and a contestant in the popularity contest this year. ' She has accepted a teaching position at Sudlow junior high, school at Davenport for the 195758 school year. Helen Stenzel OfLcikotaTo Wed June 23 • Helen Marie Stenzel, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugo L. Stenzel, Lakota, will wed Ted A. Van Hove, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove of Titonka, June 23 in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota. Miss Stenzel attended Waldorf College at Forest City and Luth- ef College at Decorah, then taught at Titonka and Algona. Mr Van Hove served four years in the navy and is now farming. (Isaacson photo-UDM engraving) More salt is present in the Atlantic than in the Pacific. Organ, Chimes Dedicated At Burt Church fiurt — Sunday evening. May 26, dedication services were ho)d at the Methodist Church tar the new organ and chimes recently installed, Service opened vfith an Organ Prelude by Miss Sheryl Srtiith, the church organist, the Invocation* by the pastor, "ReV» F* G. Samek followed by an organ concert given by Robert N, Lee, The Deagan chimes were .presented to the .Methodist congregation by Mr and Mrs Fridolf Soderberg in honor of Mrs Soderberg's parents, the late Rev. and Mrs Wessel. Mr and Mrs J,5m Frederickson and children spent some time last week with the E. P. Freder- icksons and the Louis Riedels, Mr and Mrs Walter Steward received word of the arrival" of a son born to Mr and Mrs Lester Steward of Phoenix, Ariz. The baby, who was born May 28. weighed 7 pounds. 7 ounces and has been named Thomas Eugene. He was an older brother Donnie. Mr and Mrs Allen Hinckley and family spent from Wednesday till Sunday with Mr Hinckley's relatives at Armour, S. Dak. Mr and Mrs Sidney Johns of Mandaiv No. Dak. spent several days with the tatter's brother-in- law and sister, Mr- and Mrs Ben BaMing. The First NURSE'S AIDE COURSE Sr. Mary Etheldreda, R.S.M., administrator of St. Ann hospital, and her companion, Sr. Mary Vivian, R.S.M., went to Dubuquc Saturday and returned with Sr. Mary Eileen, R.S.M., who with Sr. Mary Marcelline, R.S.M., will conduct the nurse's aide course June 3-14 ,at St. Ann. Members •pf the class contemplate becoming graduate nurses in the future. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Large Livestock Feed Supplement Company has opening in this community for Distributor. If you can work for someone else, you can work better for yourself on our Plan. Small investment of $292.00 for initial Stock. 10 ft. square dry space for storage. Desk in home for office. Turning stock over once—grosses $84.00 profit. Should turn over 2 to'3 times every week. We work with you and show you how. Ideal for. ex-Farmer — Farmer with spare time or rrian who knows Livestock. This is riot an ordinary deal. Write for full proof without obligation to LBP, 2340 Maury St., Des Moines, Iowa. Chrome Drive-In Now Open 5:00 P.M. TO 12 MIDNITE - SPECIAL EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT CHICKEN OR SHRIMP IN THE BASKET Coffee - Tea - Milk NORTH EDGE OF ALGONA Where The Hi-Ways Cross NEW! DESIGNED-TO-FLATTER Right for the water . . . ready for the sun . ... and sure to collect compliments . . . our summer-perfect swimsuits. The selection in this.group include maillots, boy shorts styles, dressmaker swimsuits, and in > fact, just everything to flatter your figure and fit your budget. Choose from cottons, failles, orlohs . . . Most with Pellon-lined bras ... all wonderfully priced! Come .choose today from our complete stock. \ Sizes 32 to 44 5.98 7.98 8.98 SUMMER SPORTSWEAR - BALCONY New Algona Be Open 2 A publk "Open House' hoot* shewing of rather mot* than usual interest will take place here on iwo week-ends, when the first "NaiJenaT Hornet residence to be seen in this area will be opened tor public inspection. The 'Open House' will be held next Saturday and Sunday. June 8 and 8, and also on the following' week-end, June IS and 16. with hours as gir»n in the, special an•d in the $12,000 range. The home — the' 3-bedroom "National Homes' Custom- Lin* "Sweeibriar" is located ai the corner of McGregor and Main street* on .the east edge of Algona's newest growing residential sector. Erected by Wegner Construction Co. of Algona, the new home is a product of the advanced prefaoricaiion methods of National Homes, of Lafayette, Ind., and offers the advantages of the home construction efficiency and economy of a 20,000-house-a- year builder. This is brought about by the use of the finest brand-name materials, put together by special-purpose machines. To -ends Finishing of' the home, however. Is left io the on- fhe-sile builder, and the prospective /owner. In the case of Ihe Algona 'National Home, a number 'of local firms participated in this phase — • such .work as , plumbing and heating,. electrical, floors, etc., was done by "Algona sub-contraciors. The home io be seen at the Open House has already found an owner — Homer Dodds — who has kindly consented to its inspection by the public. The "Sweetbriar" home, as seen here, has three bedrooms, livingroom, dining- family room kitchen and bath, plus a full basement. This particular home is pric- ' nouncemenl on ' next page. .- Complete information on 'National' Homes will be available, in special printed, form, io all visitors at the Open House on the. next two June week-ends, it was announced by Mr Wegner. Plenty of parking space is available in the area adjacent io the home ai McGregor and Main Streets. Can Be Erected 4 To 6 Weeks A 'National' Home can be erected in a period ranging from four to six weeks, it was stated by Mr Wegner. This means that prospective home buyers may "move in" ai the earliest possible date. The homes are all professionally planned and designed for more livable space and a greater freedom of movement throughout the house. FURNISHED BY FOSTER'S MSWHTUMI •r.«r The "Sweet Briar" NATIONAL HOME All Rooms in FURNITURE From Foster's The Horn* It Furnished By Foster'* As Follow*) UVINO-ROOM: Kroehler modern pillow-arm sofa In deep red, with pair of charcoal TV chair* - also layn occasional pieces. ') DINING-ROOM: Lane "Copenhagen" new Danish Modern in mallow walnut. BEDROOM: lane "Copenhagen" new Danish Modern in mtllew walnut (correlated with dining furniture) BEDROOM; Kroehler "Constellation" grouping in Sunlight mahogany. PEN: "Yika" wrought iron and plastic lounge furniture. KITCHEN: Brody Seating Co. Dinette Sot in pumice and Legend cocoa. Foster Furniture

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