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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1955
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3^A<gonq (la.) Upper Des Mptae* s Thursday, March 3, 19S5 Catherine Kirsch Weds * -i* >*» i j & ^ Catherine Kirsch, daughter of • Mr and Mrs Matt Kirsch of Bode,, 'became the bride of Sam Torna- bane, son of Mr and Mrs Rocco Tornabane of Fort Dodge, on Tuesday morning, Feb. 22. Rev. L. C. Schumacher performed the 6:00 o'clock ceremony in' 'St. Joseph's Catholic, church at St Joe. .". • '•• ••". ";; • "• •'-''*. •• Sister David presided at'' the organ, playing the traditional wedding marches and accompanying the soloist, Mrs Jane Torna- bane of Fort Dodge. The bride, who was given in marriage'.-by,.her.,tether....wore a floor-length gown of white lace over satin with a train and carried pink roses. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a jeweled cap. She was attended by three sisters of the bridegroom, Sarah, Seraphine and Margaret Tornabane of Fort Dodge, who wore identical floor-length gowns of aqUa blue, and carried boi^ quets of pink carnations. The bride wore earrings given by the bridegroom as a wedding gift. Robert Kirsch of St. Joe, brother of the bride; served as best 'man, and Chris Tornabane of Ft. Dodge and James Capesius of St. Joe were groomsmen. Ushers were Henry and Harold Thilges of St. Joe, 'and James Tornabane of Fort Dodge. ; A w.edding breakfast was served to members of the bridal party at the home of Mrs Clara'Wal- ker in Algona, an aunt of the bride. The wedding dinner and a buffet supper were served to 100 guests at the Plantation Ballroom at Whittemore, with Norma Arndorfer of Clarion registering the guests. The couple entertain- eii"ihe'i'f' 'fribrKte' ''dlvf ' wfed-ding, dance at the Plantation that evening. Following their wedding trip south and into Mexico, the neWly- weds will be at home at 1235 Fifth Avenue North, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Catherine is a graduate of St. Joseph's Academy at St. Joe, and attended Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. She' is a registered nurse, and is on the staff of Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. (Photo by Nels Isaacson, Brown's Studio) St. Joe Trojans Meet The St. Joe Trojans 4-H club met Wednesday evening, Feb. 23, at the John Wagner home. Robert Johnson, extension youth as- sisttint, shelved weed movies, and luncheon was served. To Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert are going to Estherville Sunday to attend the wedding of Mrs Gilbert's niece, Wilma Partello to Larry Scott. The couple will be at home at Humboldt where Mr. Scott is employed at the newspaper office. Catholic Luncheon Members of the Catholic Action Guild will serve their regular monthly public luncheon Thursday noon,- Mar. 3, at the academy hall. Hostesses are Mrs Louis McEnroe and Mrs Dorothy Higgins. ; At Silver Wedding Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday at LeMars of Dr. and Mrs Larry O'Toole, brother-in-law and sister of Dr. Hoffman. The celebration was held at the home of their uncle Frank Hentges. 40th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Albert Olsoh celebrated ,their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday. Feb. 27, at the First Lutheran church, the hours being from 2 till 5 o'clock. Arrangements were made by the sonS-in-law and daughters Mr and Mrs John Alke of Titonka, Mr and Mrs M. W. Lindhorst and the son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Dean Olson of Cedar Rapids, all of whom were in attendance with their families. The son and daughter-in-law Mr and: Mrs Irvin Olson of Dixon, 111., were unable to be here because of the road conditions. Mr and Mrs Olson were married in 1915 by the Rev. Lundell ol« the First Lutheran church. Mrs Olson's home was in Minnesota and Mr Olson farmed in Humboldt county where they made their home several years before moving here. Plum Creek Homemakers Meet The Plum Creek Homemakers met Wednesday, Feb. 23, at tha home of Viola Kain, with Elfneda Clark, Madelyn Priebe and Beulah Seely assisting. 21 members and 2 guests were present. Elfrieda Clark gave a report of the Farm Bureau Institute held at Burt Feb. 22, and Ann Drone and Ardeen Sampson gave tho lesson. The group will meet again Mar. 23 at. the community room, with Doris Keith, Florence Bleich, Lorraine Campney and Corinne Gabrielson as hostesses. Elfneda Clark will give the program and Ella Bode and Emma Paetz. will present the lesson. Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs John Vernell Hardgrove of Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Barbara Lynne Hardgrove to Eugene WillJpm. ,S<:bfltts,chneider. son of Mr and Mrs Frank bchattsonnei'- der of Algona. The ceremony will take place in Trinity Lutheran church on March 18. Mrs Brown Hostess Mrs Vaughn Brown entertained Wednesday evening, Feb. 23, at a copper party. Guests m- cludpd Mrs Ralph Brown, Mr* Robert Deal, Mrs Charles Dearchs, Mrs Ernest Egel, Mrs W. F. Fitzgerald, Mrs Donald French, Mrs Harley Haas, Atha Hardgrove, Mrs Kent Seely and Mrs Wm. Sparks, and demonstrators Mrs Gene Minard and Mrs Laverne Olson. Hostess At Dinner Mrs A. B. Oakland entertamea at dinner Tuesday evening anrl had as guests Mr and Mrs Paul Dremmel, Jean Abbott, Diane Hoover. Marlene St. John and Delores Hammer. The dinner was given in celebration of the birthdays of the daughter Maria and Mrs Dremmel. Family Party Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster attended a family dinner Sunday at Bi-augai.*, at the latter'* parents Mr and Mrs Ole KnUtson. The birthday of Mr Knutson was being celebrated. Mrs Bless Rusk entertained the members of her bridge club last week Thursday evening. High and low score prizes were won by Mrs James Egli and Mrs Willard Steffen. - Gisch - Hamilton Nuptials To Wed April 20 from Korea, Marvin and Dick, Mr and Mrs Oswaldr Lallier, BeioresiKohlhaas-and Peggy PAt" ton. f he time was spent sodally and Ifc6 crdatrt and cake was serV The lowest denomination coin ifuEngland is the farthing—one* fourth' Con si ant.. .Uniform OmtntirefloorArea , In a double-ring ceremony performed Monday morning, Feb. 2i, : at 9:00 'o'clock in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in 'Algona, Rachel Catherine Gisch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gisch of Algona, became the bride of Luke Charles Hamilton, son of Mr and- Mrs Harold Hamilton; Sr., • of Bancroft. Msgr. P. P. Gearen was celebrant of the nuptial mass^ ' Altar boys were James and ert Lichter, nephews of the Josie McEvoy played >the. tradi tional wedding marches and accompanied the soloist, .Mrs E., C.' M'cMahon. .' ' ' ' • <• The bride,' escorted to; the 1 ailai'v by her father, wore a floor-length; gown of lace over •satin and car- : ried a bouquet o'f pink roses "with 1 an orchid .corsage center. Her fingertip veil fell •from a sequined and seed pearl headpiece. Mrs Ruth Arend served as her sis-, ter's matron of honor, and Arditfr Henry was bridesmaid. The at-. tendants wore identical gowns of yellow and orchid dotted net oven satin with matching headpieces," and carried bouquets of red and rose carnations. Flower-g iris were Judy Hamilton, Lillia'n Gisch and Beverly Lichter, who wore matching gowns of yellow/ and orchid taffeta and net, and ; jarried Colonial ''bouquets. Harold Hamilton, Jr., of Miri- 1 . neapolis, served as his brother's best man, and William Bernhard of Bancroft was -groomsman. Ushers were Larry Gisch arid Martin Hamilton. A wedding breakfast was serv 1 ed to members of the bridal party at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe dinner was served to 100 guests at the Johnson House in Algona. An afternoon reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, with Roseanne Erpelding registering the guests, and Mrs Joe Lichter and Mrs Martin Hamilton pouring. The wedding gifts were ' unwrapped arid 'displayed by the bride, assisted by her attendants. The couple entertained : theSr friends at a wedding dance 'that evening at the Plantation 'Ballroom in Whittemore. Rachel attended St. Cecelia's .Academy, in Algona and studied music and voice, for two years at Clark' -Coltegb - in"Dubuque, Luke ' attended St. 'John's Academy at Bancroft . and Iowa State College & Ames, and is now farming near Bancroft,- where , the young couple will make their home following their; wedding trip to /{Southern states.' (Photo by Nels Isaacson)Golden Wedding • Mr and : Mrs Leonard Thilget, iwill observe- their golderr wedding anniversary Monday, March 7. They have made no 'special plans for the day as Mr Thilges is not in the best of health: Mr Thilges came here from Luxemburg and farmed for awhile. He returned to his native country and there was married, coming here to resume farming. Nick Fisch accompanied them here and after a time, he too returned to Luxemburg, bringing his bride here witn him. Bridge Club Met Mrs Mel Thompson' entertain- : -Mr and Mrs Henry W. Kohlhaas of Algona announce the engager ment. and .approaching., marriage of their daughter Delores Rosalia Kohlhaas to William ^Kenneth Lallier;'son of Mrs Mary Lai- Her of-Algona. The wedding will be performed April 20 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. t Card Club Hostess - Mrs George Kohl e'ntertatned the members, of her card plub last week Wednesday afternoon. The high and'low: score , prizes were Won by Mrs Elmer,. Kelley and Mrs William Carney.. .The cluB met this- week Wednesday: with Mrs Elmer Kelley, Plum Creek Club' The Plum Creek Women's club wil meet Wednesday, March. 9, with Corrine Gabrielson.,She Will be assisted by Hazel Seeley. Roll call will be answered by ' Duties to the Club." A book review will be-given by Millie Slagle. There win be ah election of officers. Birthday Parly . : . • , , . Luella Lallier celebrated her 18th birthday Thursday, Feb. 24 and had as guests her mother Mrb Mary Lallier, her sister Noreen of Des Moines, brothers Arnold Kenneth who recently returned Lichter, brother-in-law and' sis-, ed the members of her bridge club ter of the bride. The wedding Iffuesday afternoon COMPLETE HOLSTEIN and Several Miscellaneous Units Because of ill health I will sell my entire herd of 50' Holsiein Cattle at Ihe farm located 8 miles south of SEXTON; or 3 miles east of GALBHAITH: or 4 miles norlh of LU VERNE SALE BEGINS AT 1 P.M. 23-COWS Including 17 Milking now, have freshened since Nov. 1 and 6 heavy springers. 5—First Calf Heifers, Springing 8—Yearling Open Heifers 11 -Heifers, 4-5 Months Old IT'S E 'BEEN A LONG TIME 2—Yearling Bulls 1-4-Year Old Bull NO COWS OLDER THAN FOURTH CALF. All cattle are fresh, bangs tested in last 10 days. All young heifers calf-hood vaccinated. A health sheet will be given with each animal. Cattle all T. B. tested in Nov.. 1954. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE — This is an outstanding herd of good big Holsiein cows and heifers. If you aie looking for replacement cattle or a foundation herd, don't miss this sale I Three-unit IHC Milker and Pipeline. 4—Ten-gallon Cans. 1 — 1951 Massey-Harris Self-Propelled Corn Picker with Six-Cylinder Motor; Cab and 2 Blowers. 1—Case Tractor Spreader, four years old. Boss Pull-type Sprayer, with 25-ft. Boom. TERMS — Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before sale date I No property to be removed from grounds until settled tor 1 CHET I LEEK & REILING, Auctioneers Owner IOWA STATE BANK, Algona, Clerk THE OLD BLACKSMITH SHOP has disappeaied but the CHRISCHILLES STORE IS STILL GOING STRONG! year, in 1955, the CHRISCHILLES STORE •*• celebrates its 85th Anniverary. Many old and established business institutions — like the old Blacksmith Shop — have gone completely from the scene but the CHRISCHILLES STORE is still ampng Kossuth County's most popular department stores. There's a good reason for this. The CHRISCHILLES STORE has maintained, down through the years, an unwavering policy of QUALITY FIRST. It has treated its many old and loyal customers with 1 courtesy and consideration. It has kept a full corps of efficient land experienced sales people on hand at all times. It has, improved and modernized its store rpprri with the changing times. In short, THE CIIRISCHILLES STORE has kept pace with the years and has held its treasured traditions as a sacred trust. Make this your shopping home in 1955. The Chrischilles Store Since 1870 , V 'V : BUTtfi%KERNEL CORN Whole K*rn«l tit Cream A. R. WOOD GAS BROODERS Use Liquefied Petroleum or Natu- , »1 Gas. Use"less gaj^-uje It niore . efficiently. Safer, more dependable ... tetter in every way to raise , healthier, stroh'ger,chicks or poultt. Tfte ONLy.6.« Iroorf«r wtffe • MulM-burners for evtn heat . • Flash tabes for safely • Singly adjustable plIoH Now Avallablt At Rapid Thermog Co: CASE, 24 Cans—_.-—-- $3.19 Campbells Soup Veg. Beef —. Chicken Noodle 2 Cans Folger's COFFEE ... 1 Lb. 89c SPRY 3 Lb. can 79c Hunt's CATSUP 14-oz. Bottle Phone 16, Algona S. Phillips St. COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT As J. have decided to quit farming, we are holding a complete closing-out sale on the farm, located 4 miles West of Armstrong, or 14 miles East of Estherville — Won., Mai. 7 Grapenuts 2 for 29 Wheaties, giant 19 Creametts 2 for 19c We Redeem All Soap Coupons Armour's ( RING BOLOGNA 390 Good Value OLEO :.. 1 Lb. 19c Sale staris 12:15 p.m. Sharp 75 HOGS 75 19 CATTLE 19 8—SHORTHORN COWS — (To calf in March). C 3—SHORTHORN COWS — To freshen in Spring, t 2—2 YH. OLD SHORTHORN HEIFERS — to freshen in Spring. 6 Holstein heifers yrlg. Boston Butt 50—FALL PIGS. 19—GILTS — to farrow last of .March. 6—CROSS-BRED SOWS. To farrow by sale date. tools and household^ goods. ; v FARM MACHINERY Healer- 2 Wheel Hat Trailer; Windrower Atlch. for mower; 50- lt. Drive Belt; Wire Cribbing; Wheel Weights. «?HOP TOOLS ETC. — Weslinghouse Welder; Quincy Air Com- pressS^Jt S lleciric Drill; Electric Grinders; Buffers; Forage, Power Lawn Mower; Garden Hoses; And a large assortment of very good tools. KB2 1949 IHC '/i-Ton PICKUP TRUCK - 4-speed transmission, overload springs, heavy . duty tires and «« l *? I ±S»taS^ ^ grain box. Ha» low milage and »s »n the best of condition. BUILDINGS & FEEDERS -, 2—12x16 Hog House;? 2—Walk- In Hog Feedewtnew)! 12x24 Granery (with extra «*«dding*); Z-- F°aV»e»x^^^^ H^eT-FU B^cffiSerFeed- ers and Waterers. 900, Bales Alfalfa and Clover Hay; 400 Bales of Straw. CHICKENS «— 250 Leghorn Pullets. HOUSEHOLD GOODS , , PORK ROAST Lb. 1QC BEEF ROASTS Lb.JlC Cheese Box Spread 2 Lb. 63c Rib STEAKS .. Lb. 39c GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs. Kelvinator 7-ft. ,*»wf» » T.^T-~- - - tor 7-ft. Refrigerator; KUchen Table »„•.-„.,,-.,,"",---—j- >- - - — • '"— •« g Chairs and Buffet; Combination naaio Desk;'2—New Platform Rockers and l3V4'aU-woplJ4yins. Room Bug; Dryer; Wash Tubs; 2-gal, .__ , oleums (new); Numerous Other Jtenw ERNEST A. ROBEN, 12 All Varieties of Fish H & G Box Whiting 10 Lb. 1.59 Ocean Box Perch 10 Lb. 2.98 Booth's Breaded SHRIMP Pkg. 49c Golden BANANAS 2 Lbs. 29c JUMBO GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 39c Cello Owner CLARK BROTHERS Auctioneers IOWA TRViT * SAVIUGS SANK E»ih»rvill. - Cl»rk CARROTS BaglOc Potatoes 10 Lb. 29 *'..•;. .'I ', Sunkis* Naval Oranges 2 Doz. 59 Pascal CIL6RY Winesap 2 LB. Box 2,98 ! Jfty-t ."it ;> -/A

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