Vt 2-Aleena (la.) Upp*f Dis Meln« Thursday, Sept. 22, 1955 Bancroft Girl Bride Of Navy Lieut. , Sept. 17 Mslverne Margaret Nemmers. above, daughter nf Mr and Mi*- iLawronee J. Nemmers. Bancroft, became the bride of LI. ,i. p. Philip M. Sullivan, son of Mr and ^Irs John F. Sullivan. Jr. of P;irk «idgc. 111.. Saturday. Sept. 17 at •10 a.m. Rev. Joseph H. Sch- ttlte? performed the double ring ceremony. The couple is shown *n (lie above photo. '' The bride. Riven in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gi-vvn of white French alencon tacr and Italian satin. It was Jashioncd with a portrait neckline, long sleeves and a gored ykirt which ended in a chapel JVain. Her finger-tip length veil jvr.s held in place by a matching face Juliet typo cap which was Embroidered with seed peari- *nd irridcsi-cnts. She earned a Svhite orchid with siephanotis on * prayer book. "• Mrs John Horan, Albert Lea. ilinn.. served as matron of honor «nd bridesmaids were Jo Ann Chcltero. San Francisco. Patricia JSullivan. Santa Monica. Cal.. *md Nancy Sullivan, Park Ridge. -III. John Sullivan III was his brother's best man and ushers were Lawrence Nenfmers, Jr., Frank Nemmers and James Sullivan. A wedding breakfast was held at the Johnson House in Algona following the ceremony, and a reception was held in the home of Die bride's parents in the afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs Merwyn Holding. Mrs Ralph Weber, Mrs Joseph Welp and Mrs Francis Bradley. Mrs Lawrence Nemmers, Jr. was in charge of •flu 1 guest book and Mrs John F. Sullivan III presided at the bride's table. Lt. an i Mrs Sullivan left immediately for California where the lieutenant is stationed in the navy. They stopped enroule to vi-il Sister'Mary Michelle O.S.F., sister of Die bi ide. The bride graduated from St. Teresa's College, Winona, Minn, and SI. Mary's school of nursing at Rochester. The bridegroom attended Colorado College and received his degree in business administration from Wisconsin U. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) 3-Way Tie In Bowling Loop Ilolj Williams and Clarence Ludcke each flipped a 230 line to share top honors at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Seven others, Clayt Pittman 200, Ed Richter 219. Merle Hoover 211, Tom Por- burger 201, Jerry Ferris 203, Ernie Godfredsen 212 and Joe Murray 221, topped 200. League standings: American League W Sjogren's 9 Stutter's 9 Titonka 9 Baker Livestock 8 Sorensen Motor 8 Boone Ridge 6 Corwith 6 Lions 6 Hamilton Hatchery 4 Brandt Buick 3 Robinson Produce 3 Hefti Lockers 1 National League W Ernie Williams Cad. _- 9 Algona Produce 8 Ray's Jack Sprat 8 Ready-Mix 8 Britt 7 Bancroft Oil 6 Seven-Up 6 West End 6 Burl Co-Op 5 Kossuth Co. Imp. 5 Rood Ins. 2 Ernie Williams Pont. _. 2 Guests At Fenton Fenton — Mr and Mrs Harry Beecroft of Turtle Lake. Wis. and Mr and Mrs Roy Beecroft and girls, also of Turtle Lake, were guests recently of Mr and Mrs Hans Baago. Mrs Harry Beecroft is a sister of Mrs Baago. Donkeys are the only mode of transportation in Clovelly (Devon, England) high street. Margaret Baker Services Held At Bancroft, Sept. 10 Funeral services for Margaret Baker were held Saturday morning, Sept. 10, at St. John's Catholic: Church iii Bancroft. Mrs Baker died of cancer Wednesday, Sept. 7, at her home in Swea City following an illness of several months. She was born Margaret Doocy, near Ledyard, the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Doocy, on June 25, 1899. The Rev. Eichen- bach, of the Armstrong Catholic Church officated at the funeral and burial was in St. John Cemetery at Bancroft. She was a member of the Armstrong Catholic Church and belonged to the Swea City Rosary Society. Her husband preceded her in death in 1938, leaving her •Jtvith nine children. Survivors are her children, Mrs Robert Holland, Story City; Mrs Ralph Keller, Portland. Ore.; Mrs Percy Korolewski and Bernard Baker of Fairmont, Minn.; Mrs Bernard Mengwasser, Des Moines; George Baker, Chicago; Bertha of Ames; and Joseph and Celeste at home. Two sisters, Mrs Kate Baker and Mrs George Robinson of Fairmont, Minn.; and three brothers. George and Bill of Bancroft and Tim of Ledyard also survive. IF'IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs Ray Fitch visited Mrs Ray McWhorter Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary drove to Blue Earth Friday to visit a niece of Tom's and on up to Albert Lea to visit Harry Christensen at the hospital there. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch visited Ray's sister, Mrs Dolph Raney of Algona Friday also Mrs Fitch's sister, Mrs Ben Potter of Algona, who is recuperating from a gall bladder operation. She returned home from Iowa City the day before. Mrs Earl Miller had a very painful experience some time ago. when she burned her foot badly with hot tomatoes—infection set in and she has been getting about *vith a carpet slipper on the sore foot. Mr C. W. Heerdt received some bad cuts and bruises when he was thrown from a load of baled hay while baling on the Harry Christensen farm last week. •Mr and Mrs Fred Bchnke of Pasadena, Cal. arrived Friday morning to visit Fred's .sister, Hannah Bchnke. Mr and'Mrs George Hix visited Friday evening at the Dwight Ruse home. The community of Portland i.- sorrv to loose a verv dear friend and neighbor, in the person of Mr Harry Christensen, who passed away Saturday afternoon. Miss Mary Ann Bartletl spent the weekend at her home, she has been at the State hospital at St. Peter, Minn. . She will return Sunday evening to Albert Lea to continue her training, the beginning of her third year, Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps vaccinated chickens Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ray Filch and Mr and Mrs Earl Miller attended the funeral at Livermore Sunday afternoon of Orrie Miller. Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielseft and family of Algona were supper guests at the Victor FitcM home Sunday evening. Joe Koppen and Vivian Dulton attended the Orrie Miller funeral at. Livermore Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps en- tertained the following at a dinner Sunday in honor of Bernard Phelps' birthday: Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Merle, Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps and Mr ••and Mrs Paul Krominga. Frosh-Soph Team Beats West Betid Dick Bahr counted a pair of touchdowns, Tom Zittritsch and Dave Richardson one each as the Algona freshman-sophomore football team downed the West Bend reserve team, 27-fi, at the fairgrounds Monday night. The little Bulldogs cruised to a 13-6 halftime bulge and added to it during the final half action to take the. verdict. Anothc-r fresh-soph game is on tap Monday night. RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT H. L. HOFFMAN of Minneapolis. Minn., will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in ALGONA — HOTEL ALGONA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 From 2 to 5 P.M. Please come early. Mr Hoffman says: "I have specialized in the field of Rupture Correction since 1928 and personally fitted well over twenty-thousand cases. When skillfully done most Rupture openings will contract in a short time. Above all you can go to work immediately without fear or pain. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in this community." , I. I L. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See HOFFMANN." If unbale to see him at this time, address: HOFFMAN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 400 Lumber Exchange Minneapolis 1, Minn. I DHDQ P "W. C." SEZ — "Boys, lell the people what we have. Let's put on a sale to end all sales and give some real, old-iashioned bargains." So that's what we're doing. Taylor's are having a gigantic "three-way" fall sale — the only one of its kind this year. We know you'll save many dollars at TAYLOR IMPLEMENT, TAYLOR MERCURY and ALGONA FLOUR & FEED, so be sure to see us now and find out for yourself just how much SAVING can be done during this terrific sale. ALL PRICES OF NEW EQUIPMENT ARE AT THE OLD PRICES — as long as they last! ^-—--T., vf ALL TA KE A LOOK A Prices "Exploded" For This Sale Taylor Implement Taylor Mercury AEgona Flour & Feed "W. C.' WHERE CAN YOU BUY BETTER MERCHANDISE THAN THE LINES WE SELL BELOW. CHECK THESE OVER - THEY'RE THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS! The J. I. Case Machinery Line. The New Holland Grassland Line. The Kewanee Elevator & Disc Line. The Davis Loader Line tor Ferguson and Ford Tractors. The Ferguson Tractors & Equipment. • The AMANA Freezers and Air Conditioners. • The Peerless Roller Mill. • The D o d g e n Line of Humboldt Loaders and Grainovators, Humboldt Stalk Cutters, Lundell- Murray Fence and Lawn Mowers. • Midwest and Dowden Hydraulic Wagon Hoists. • Slan Hoist Wagon Hoists. "MERCURY CARS" with Top "Sullivan Trade-in" Used Cars And many other affiliated allied lines — I'm very proud of the quality of merchandise the boys have lo sell to you. You'll be glad you came to Taylor's. They'll treat you right. ^*^*+^*^+++*^-»<>*++-»*+^« j Special of the Week! J New Case Heavy-Duty * 7-TON TRAILERS + Reg. 5182.50 — Now I $152.50 <' (i 15" Wheels Regular CASE TRAILERS Recr. S147.50—Now $125.00 Taylor's Service Dept. The Best Top Mercury Service- — Visit wilh Roger Palmer on your service needs. Caie and Wisconsin Motors — We can give you top pans and mechanical tcrvice — Slesm cleaning and electrical work — CALL TAYLORS TODAY! Rex" TOP USED MACHINERY 1950—12 A John Deere, PTO Combine. New warranty 1949 Case A-6 wiih motor, pickup, complete 6' Gleaner wilh motor IHC No. 62 wilh rriotor _ $600 Combine $950 $400 $375 Ward Hammermill with PTO, wagon unloader, all complete, was $425. Now Used Wood Stalk * I fC Cutter (Rotary) ... 0« '3 Top Late New CCOC Idea 2-Row ._...._ 00*9 Top Case Snapper 2-Row Case 2-Row Mounted, 2 yrs. old for DC. Picked 200 acres Special New 5-Ton Wagon Hoists Reg. Price SI 18.50 Now $95.00 Special New Case T-8 100 B. Spreader Reg. Price 5525.00 Now $465.00 New Case Eagle Bottom Plows See This Outstanding Plow — There is No Substitute For a CASE PLOW NEW CASE CO/WBINES - Buy a New Cose for best results! Now New Case A-6 and 75 models — ready to go — Beat The Price Increase ! See the New Case Rotqry Stalk Cutter! Priced Below the Rest—Aslc tor a C44K All DEMONSTRATION NOW W*t«pV*UU We have the nicest selection of top used cars we have ever had. If you want a car you can put your confidence in, look these cars over and check our prices. 1 1953 MERCURY 4-Dr. Radio, heater, overdrive, two- lone, new tires. Like new condition 0 I "TOR Was $1850 '- NOW 9l I** 1—1953 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DR. Has 10,000 actual t miles. Powerglide, R & H, large engine. This car can not be told from new. C | AKfl See this! Was $1600 NOW M »tUU 1—1953 MERCURY 2-DR. R & H and overdrive. 20,000 miles, nice, clean and all C I CQR ready to go. Was $1875 NOW V HMW NOW healer. $(300 & H. seat $895 "Dean" 1—195? FORD 2-DR. V-8. Light blue finish. Sea£ covers^ white tires, nice and clean. ' ~" Runs like new. Was $1450 ....... NOW 1—1951 PACKARD 4-DR. Ultramatic drive. R covers, nice finish, new tires. 30.000 actual miles. Was $1125. NO 1 1950 STUDEBAKER 4-DR. R & H, overdrive, nice finish, nice tires. Ready to go. QAQI% Was S62S NOW V'fWV 1—1849 FORD CLUB COUPE. R & H and overdrive. Blue finish. Ready to go. QQEtfl Was $450 - ..- - -. NOW IJW«J4» 1—1950 MERCURY 4-DR. R & H, overdrive. Cleanest c$r in town. Nice tires. Sharp. Was $850 1^-1949 PLYMOUTH 4-DR, Radio, Complete. Runs nice. Was $395 NOW 1—1848 CHEVROLET AERO SEDAN. R & H, new paint, new tires. Wis $375 -. .-- ----'. NOW 1—19.43 PACKARD 4-DR. R & H and overdrive. Was $425 NOW Mafiy piher buys on Used Cars this week to make room for IJev Mercury Trade-ins. All cars serviced and checked properly, and are ready to go. We trade and finance. See us before you buy. $745 new tires. $275 .v paint, $295 $250 Fail is the time to apply FERTILIZER Better Results-Cheaper And The Easiest Way To Build Up Your Land Wilh our trucks — we can do a better job spreading ferliliEer for you. Call us today and get our Fall Fertilizer Prices! 82V 2 % NITROGEN Wo have the applicators and tanks for your rental — apply Nitrogen in Fall for best results. Special Fall Discount Prices on "New Holland" New "66" Baler - New "77" Baler NEW MOWERS AND RAKES See Us and Beat the Price Increases! 'Mitch WANTED WANTED Used Ford Tractors on New lo 35 Ferguson Trades — Top Prices. 1 - Row Woods on New Case — ; 2 rows. Unbelievable prices will be allowed.
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