The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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Hedin-Satern Wedding Held Nov. 12, Whittemore Whittemore — In a candlelight ceremony beautiful Paul's LulheVan church in Whittemore, Satuixlay evening. Nov. 12. at 7 p.m. Miss Arlene" Heclin of WhitU'more, became the briclr of Conrad Salern of West Bend. Rev. Paul G. Weinhold. Jncal pastor, officiated at the double- ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Myrtle Frost of Whittemore, and Mr Salern is the son of Mr and Mrs Thorslon Satern of West Bend. The church was lighted with large tapers on both sides of the center aisle set in sprays of fernery and lavender mums. The altar was decorated with white and pink mums and lighted candelabrums. Teacher Reuben Butzke played the wedding march and accompanied R. T. Berninghaus who sang "Oh Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Pravc-r." The bride was attractive in a chapel length gown of while fluted tulle over satin with bouffant Skirt, complete with rose point lace tunic, falling to the end of her full court train. Her bodice waist of rose point lace over satin buttoned clown the back. Her collar and net yoke was finished with \a<.\ medallions. Her long lace sleeve.- came to a point over her wrists. Her fingertip veil of illusion silk net edged with lace was held in place with a pearl trimmed head piece. Her jewelry was pear] earrings, a gift of the bridegroom and she carried a large bouquet of red roses with while satin streamers. Genora Charlson, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Darlene Charlson and Patricia Hauge, cousins of the bride, All carried bouquets of pink and white mums. Judy Hauge. cousin of the bride, was flower girl and Terry Hauge, a cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. Wayne Salern atlended his brother as best man and William Rasmussen, a schoolmate and friend r,f the bridegroom and Ronald Ik-din, brother of the bride of Aurora. 111. groomsmen. Willard cousin of the bride Satern, a cousin of groom, were ushers lighters. Following the cedemuny a Charlson. and JiiivKV- (ho bridc- nd ciindl'j- ception wns held in the church basement for 130 guests. The bride's table was decorated in white and pink with a three tiered wedding cake, arud two white cloves adorned the cake. Mrs Arthur Heidenwith was dining room hostess. Mrs Ken- nflh Thompson cut the wedding cake. Erneline Farrell, Theresa Bush") fold. Marilyn Schmeling, Beverly Zumach. Jeanctte Mog- 1<T. Mr,- F.ldon Febi. Kathleen Math<V'in. Ruth Bell, and Mary Cu'be, (son were table waitresses Louise Charlson was in charge of the guest book and F.meline Fan ell and Theresa Busherfeld weie in charge of the gifts. Kitchen helpers were Mr.-: Hairy Schmeling, Mrs W. T. Betfninghaus, Mrs Oirville Barber, Mrs Alfred Bell, Mrs Forrest Gilrnore, Mrs Harold Heinrich and Mrs Ernie Meyer. The bride attended the Lutheran parochial soJiool and Whiltemore high school and graduated with the class of 1953. She also atlended Junior College at Enimetsburg for 18 months and at present is a nurse's aid at the Memorial hospital at Emmelsburg. Mr Salern attended Wesl Rend high school and graduated . with t,he 1953 class and is working as a cer- penter at Livermore. After a short honeymoon through Minnesota they will live in Livermore. Thursday, Nov. 17, 1955 Mgona (to.) Uppif B«t Mr and Mrs Harold Kueakei had as dinner gue.sts Sunday, Mr and Mix Lloyd Walker and son Gary and daughters Shari Ann and Helen Lynette of Albert Lea. Ralph Sobers of Aurora, III.. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr-; Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Frances and Eunice Maahs "f here. Mr Walker and Mrs Kuecker are brother and sister. Ralph Sobers accompanied by Ronald Heclin arrived home here Saturday forenoon from Aurora. 111. Ronald came home to attend the wedding of his sister. Arlene. who became the bride of Conrad Satern Saturday even ing. The boys are employed in Aurora. They left Sunday night to return to Work. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer mover! Friday to their home in the south part of Whittemore which they bought recently from Mrs Emma Hahn. They vacated the house owned by the Whittemore Co-operative Elevator Co. Mr.s Mamie Kuecker moved from the George Maahs home in town Wednesday evening to the home of her daughter Mrs Ruth Schult/, southeast of town. The Algona Upper DCS Moines nas the largest circulation in KoS' ?uth county of any publication. ffs/ [Sensation of the Season! NO BAKING PET MILK I Tall Can FESTIVE FRUIT CAKE % cup Pet Evaporated Milk 2 dozen marshmallow.f finely cut y^ cup orange juice* 6 dozen 2'/i-in. graham crackers \/2 teaspoon cinnamoc teaspoon nuimeg \\ teaspoon cloves l'/2 cups seedless raisin.i f (!.j golden and Yi dark are t>est) 54 cup finely cut dates 1 cup broken walnuts l!4 cups ready-mixed, cut-up candied fruit, bulk or canned FOIGER'S RAISINS I Lb. Bag 29C WALNUTS Lb. Bag FIRESIDE BRAND MARSHMALLOWS 1 8 oz. L Bags Line with waxed paper bottom and sides of a 9-inch tube pan, or 6-cup loaf pan. Put into a bowl the milk, marshmallows and orange juice. Let stand until needed. Roll graham crackers into fine crumbs. Put crumbs into a large bowl with the cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, raisins, dates and walnuts. Add candied fruit ind the milk mixture. Mix with a spoon, then with hands until crumbs arc moistened. Press firmly into pan. Top with fruit and nuts. Cover tightly. Chill 2 days before slicing. Keep in cool place. Makes 3li Ibs. •Alcoholic flavoring can replace the orange juice if desired. WHOLE KERNEL CORN NIBLETS SALAD DRESSING Quart Jar OCEAN SPRAY 100% PURE Ground Beef CRANBERRY SAUCE I 16 oz. Cans U. S. GOVT. GRADED CHOICE Cut to Fry Lfc> or Swiss REUNION BRAND PUMP'KIN I No. 2' 2 Cans DELICIOUS MIXTURE FOR Ham Loaf Lb. VAN CAMP'S MT. HOPE - COLBY PORK and BEANS I No. 300 Cans Longhorit Cheese Lb. NESTLE'S LITE-MEATY Lb. CHOCOLATE CHIPS I 6 oz. Pkgs. FROZEN Cello Pkgs. Lb. BLEACH HI LEX Gal. Jug tic HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER PERFEX.. Large Box 49c POWDERED BLEACH DEXOL Large Box 49c WHEATIES Large Box CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE 4 Roll Pack CHARMIN NAPKINS....J Reg. 1C. Boxes LJ* COLORED TOWELS lie SPAM Cans 1. NABISCO Waverly WAFERS III. Be SNO-CROP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE Pkg. 6 oz. Can COOKING Oil MAZOLA Pint Bottle U. S. NO. 1 YAMS 2 LBS. 13c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MARSHMALLOW CREME JLC ONOM1CAJL, >OOI> |>1S 1 Ul JB tJ T ION PASCAL CELERY Large Stalk 15C

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