The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 14
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6-Algona fla.) Upper fot thuwtfey, Jim* 15, Wed June 1 At Sf. Joe Sharon Kay, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien of Burt, and Eugene Kimball Lemkee, son of Mr and Mrs Armour Lemkee of Algona, were- married June 6 at 9 a.m. in a double rinfi ceremony at St. Joseph's Catholic church in St. Joe. »„,„ -fu lde> 8iven m marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown with a flared skirt of bridal Mtffeta. It was fashioned with a sabrina neckline, trimmed with sequins and pearls. The bodice KSnrt rf fl "-1iJ ^V d * 1 ta / f ,«; ta , and short sleeved - The head piece of } mport r£ d silk illusion fell from a seed pearl and sequin encrusted tiara. The mitts were of matching bridal taffeta. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of white roses. th f e A b . ride wer£ i £? r s , ist i r ' PaWcia, maid of honor, M • «.* A te a ' and Carole R^ing of LuVerne, brides- ennth dd "» Party were Robert Altaian of Irvington, ^ Record Project List By County 4-H Members Kossuth 4-H club members have a record number of farm projects they are caring for in 1957, according to Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant Of the 455 members, 246 are enrolled in baby beef project work. Following are the number of members and the number of projects enrolled this year — dpiry, 56 members, 88 animals: nuirkct litter, 40 members wit!) 401 ani'iials: purebred litter, 26 member.-?. 259 animals; market sheep, 23 members, 109 animals; market pit;. 12 members, 50 nnimais: bci f heifer. 12 members with 17 animals; horse and ponj>, 9 members with 13 animals; chick growing. 7 with 825 biros, purebred sheep flock. 3 members with 38 animals; junior cattle feeders. 1 member with 10 animals; crops project, 5 with acres; garden, 11; rabbit, 5 with 19 does: tractor, 3, electric, 1, and home grounds improvement. 1. Members will care for their projects and keep records on 'hem for the club year. Projects will be exhibited at the Kossuth County Fair, August 1316. Automobile manufacturers estimate that one-third of the cars in the United States are more than 10 vears old. at Whittemore. (Nels Isaacson photo - UDM Engraving) LaVaun Barrett, Lakofa, June 1 Bride, Honored * Lakota — LaVaun Barrett, daughter of Mr and Mrs V. A. Barrett, was married June 1 to Clark A. Stevens Jr. son of Mr and Mrs Clark Stevens of Des Moines. The ceremony was performed m the Presbyterian church at Macomb, 111. Lavon is a graduate of Lakota high school and Mercy School of Nursing in Des Moines and K now employed in Des Moines. A miscellaneous shower for «Lavaun was hold June 16 in the Presbyterian church parlors. Hostesses were the mothers of classmates of the honoree. P.W.O. Met ..The Presbyterian .Women's Or genization met Thursday afternoon in the ohurch parlors. Hostesses were the Mesdames Arnold JCarels, Elmer Haas, Herman Jutting, Guy Beemer, C. C. Rippentrop and Henry Dontje. Mrs John Ukena gave the t Devotions. The program was -given by the Junior Fellowship group. Devotions, Donna Paulsen, Trio, Carmen Cook, Donna Paulsen and Janet Smith. Group singing musical reading, Janet Smith, Mrs Joe Limberg of Buffalo Center visited Hannah Heetland Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs tiarry Mussman accompanied Mr and Mrs Raymond Kuster of Mason City to Jamestown, No. Dak. where they attended the ordination of the Kuster's son-in-law, Robert Lynn as a Lutheran minister. Mrs Robert Beemer, Monica Becky and Pat are visiting her .lather, Elmer Victor, at Iowa •City. Mrs Ethel Ballard returned to home at West Union, Tues- day. Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman attended a class reunion at Webster City Monday held in connection with the centennial celebration. Mrs Russell Winter entertained at a coffee party at her home Monday afternoon. Guests were the Mesdames Glenn Mabus, C. A. Gutk,necht, J. E. Ukena, Andrew Jansen, E. A. Wortman, Jerry Heetland, Raymond Winter, Anna Ogren and Elmer Paulsen and Donna Paulsen. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland, Marsha Smith and Kathleen, Heetland went to Yankton, S. D. Friday to stay at the Larry Stafford home while Mi- and Mrs Stafford and Tommy are on a trip through Yellowstone Park. Lakota Holstein Top Producer Brattleboro, Vermont — The Holstein-Friesian Association of America has announced the completion of outstanding official oroduction records by (a) registered Holstein cow owned, by LeRoy Janssen of Lakota. ' Milked twice daily and 336 days, Marlow Alma Burke Bonnie, owned by Janssen, produced a total of 14,805 Ibs. of milk and 530 Ibs. of butterfat as a 3-year old. Plum Creek 4-H The regular m&eting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was held June 8 with Susan Hoover as hostess. Roll call was answered by 14 members. A work meeting on June 18 was discussed and planned and we set a date and planned our achievement show. Joan Ward, Mary and Margaret Keith gave a demonstration. Margaret and Jean Keith and Ruth Benschoter gave talks. Music followed by Mary Keith. Lunch was served by Mrs Hoover. The guest mother was Mrs Floyd Bode. Two men have run for President three times—Grover Cleve land was elected twice; Bryan, o course, was never elected. switch to A Hearty Thank You 1 from and Wegner Constructor! Co. We wish to thank most sincerely the more than 2.000 people of this area who visited Algona's first new "National Home" on the las) two week-ends. It was certainly a thrill to us to witness this amazing response io our invitation to inspect i at first-hand a "National Home", and we are deeply grateful. THIS WONDERFUL WHITE PORTABLE FREE A POWERLINE 445 OR 335 TRACTOR THE ONLY TRACTORS WITH ALL THESE FEATURES It was also a 'thrill' to us to hear the many fine comments on all sides . . . about the size of the rooms, and the maximum use of space due to the "National" plan of arrangement. Most folks gasped when they saw*the amount of space inside the home. • The furnishings contributed greatly to the success of our "Open H6use" too ... we thank FosteV Furniture for their fine work, also The Chrischilles Store for draperies . . . and the local firms who participated in the home construction. IF YOU DESIRE FURTHER detailed information on the "National Homes" program, and the many styles of homes offered at all prico • ranges, phone us at CY 4-2595. Or drop in at our offices just north of Milwaukee Depot — WEGNER CONSTRUCTION CO. • FAMID MM VISIONLINING Visionlining gives the operator 360° visl* bility. • TOP OPERATING COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE—Allcontrolsare handily located around the comfortable scat • EXCLUSIVE AMPLItTORC Power can be boosted on the go with a flick of a lever. HITCH WITH TRACTION AMPLIFIER— Fast hook-up and easy operation plu» traction amplifying to pull you through tough spots. • INDEPENDENT PTO PTO operation is completely independent of tht tI ! ai J5 misslon to 8' ve vou complete freedom ia all PTO operations. • MM HIGH-COMPRESSION ENGINE MM's famous high-turbulence engine gives fuH • power and top economy in all your operation^, WHITIE SEWING MACHINE FREE WITH EVERY Augutt I 7957, vv» will give your wife one of theie wonderful, new White Beetrle Sewing Machine !r ome intoDour * owroom and let « show y™ ™« <-» wr ^ C °T Powerlme tractors - America's finest, and the Whito Sowing Machines. Let us explain to you how easy it is to own t™' 5 modem farm equipment through our credit purchase plan with its convenient after-harvest terms. Bnschei* Bros •' North Milwaukee Depot Algona, Iowa . FARM IMPLEMENTS Telephone CY 4-3451 Select From Large Assortments Now at Graham's - For Juniors, Misses, Women, Children SHORTS 1.19 to 2.98 SWIM SUITS ... 5.98 to 8.98 BRA TOPS .1.00 to 1.98 SPORT TOPS ... 1.98 to 2.98 PICNIC SUITS 2.98 SPORT SLACKS . 2.98 to 4.98 SPORT SKIRTS - 3 ' 98 to 7 ' 98 PEDAL PUSHERS 2.98 SHIP N'^HORE BLOUSES SPORT JACKETS . 2.98 to 8.98 2.98 & 3.98 Gobs and Gobs of Kiddies WASHABIB J9c to 2.98 Counters and counters and counters pack-jammed full of all the cool things kiddies wear now I Includes shorts, matching suits, sunback sets. fancy pants, halter sets. swim suite and many ofhers. All now at GRAHAM'S iiilliyijjiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiii •uiii]^^ Summery Dresses > What do you desire most in COOL, summery dress? A slimming slenderizing sheer Bemberg? A crisp* cool Nylon frock? A fresh, lettuce* cool Cotton? They'll ell here en Graham's Balcony, In a complete dress selection for Juniors, Wises, Women I 5.91! to 10.98 1 flllllllMllijyillliMilllllliuilllilliiiiiiiil

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