The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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m .. i'.,' beeewber i,;. 1955 Nuptials , Mr and Mrs Vincent J. Bernafdo, recent bridal couple, are shown above. Mrs Bernardo'is.'the--former Joan Fain, daughter of Mr and Mrs M.;H. Fain, Algbn'a,' arid Mr" Bernardo is the son-of Mr and Mrs Vincent Bernardo, Emmetsburg. They were married Nov: 19 in a> double ring ceremony performed by Father ; Ha"rold-'Coopervin St. Ceftelia's Catholic Church/ • ' ' • • ;•;•; ( t '' , Jane Hicks was maid of honor and best man was Gene Thompson. Homer Mileham, Jr. and Bill Fain were ushers, John Hood and Bob McMahon, acolytes, and Mrs Vaughn Rising, organist. '• • . Mrs Bernardo is a graduate of Algona high school and is employed as secretary in the principal's office. Mr Bernardo graduated from Emmetsburg Catholic high school and attended Emmetsburg Junior College. He will report to the army soon. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) ' Past Masters, New Masons .'. - .'. ... , . ,-1 ...... Honored At Burl Banquet Burt—K'ossiith; Ledge, No, 540 ; A. F. arff;A| f Mf'observed'Past Masters Night at the hall Thurs•day evening,. Nov. 17. A seven „ o'clock djnnerwasr; served Jay the "• Eastern '(Star .to- 48 guests, 'Including 23 Past Masters,- ana new membersi New, 'members are J. D. Andrews, John Cotton, Larry Hinckley, Norman MitctieJl and Dp. iMolays. M'asons. attending W-pr^ Jrom -Algprta, Edntpn, Lohe Rock; Swea CKy, Titohka and Burt. ager-,yt the former McMuJlen store, hds been hospitalized by illness but is improving at this writing. A Wise Santa • . \ knows that the best in clothes dryers ' isaNORGE! BUYS A BRAND NEW '56 ( , ne "Ming. ' w " h /««» «" h '" ">"•• AE-600A \ ; • Cos model* alia qvgilable 9 ^" '*' ;v *-•-....,..j NEEDS NO VENT! COME IN AND SEE IT TODAY! Thomas Skekas Phone 221-W 208 E. State St. ttiram Ackermali frorn''ib^a' Ulty ' Me«M•'ylsitew'- at ... Meyer home were Mr arid ! M*S* Henry Meyer and Mr arid''Mfs jLester Meyer ot Crystal L^ftgi The men dre brothers, whi< Aieyer Wlio has. been ill iS 'irfBJ proved. .... •;; !-;'V. Mr and Mrs Kenneth AyScfe of 'Ames, lowBj were 'at thd nome of the latttfr's pareritSiMl ana Mrs Guy' C. Giadirigs. 6ii Sunday. They were en'route nome from Osakis, Minn. 1 , arid Were accompanied iby daughter^ Mildred, Donna and Mavis, ,Chi* ford. 'PannkuK is spending ; ;se^- erai weeks with his grandparK ents. ; Mr and Mrs Don Reimers'are sarents of u son born to them at jt. -Ann' hospital, Novi 21.^ The baby weighed seven pounds and hfee ounces'•' and haS' bee named Kussell IJean. Mr and Mrs Vm. Madsen' bn, and. Mrs Ariri Heimers are- the grandparents; • i Thanksgiving dinner • guests t the ,Lulu, Hawcott and Selina Clifton home were Mr and Mrs juorge.i Hawcott, Mrs Bertha Wallace, Mr and Mrs Wallace Hawcott, Sheila and Kenneth and rs Holdren. Guests at the home of Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller on Thanksgiving day were Mr and' Mrs A. A. Miller of Royal; Mr and Mrs D. C. Miller with Mr and Mrs Bob Mathers and son of Laurens; Mr and Mrs C. B.- Miller of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Clark ' day Club; ai' Become 1 NoV. 22, iff : '*" birthday. ;T1 •^liife ,her BUeSts : . James:*, . Smith ding ; aftnivefiary; .gundfay with' Open,;hbuse : fffai«i2?itg i 4fp.Wj4:lri the Pfesbyterlan ; ahur'cfi' 1 'parlfe < The courtesy^asiJi^rined: by tiie ' Miller an& children, Titonka and Mr and Mrs S. C. Milens ot Chariton. 1 , - • ;. ' -' Mrs'Glee Bullock with her mother,' Mrs, Carrie Larson, were accompanied to Clarion Monday by Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Mrs Clilford Waltman where they spent the day with Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson. ':• . • , -I'.Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt and Harold were Thanksgiving dinner,- and • supper guests at the home of .Mr and Mrs K. J, Batt: The V.F.W. Auxiliary-Sewing Circle group will meei with Mrs Mayme, Schrader Tuesday, Dec. 6. ' '..;..'. Grand Opening, of the Kimber Variety store held last week resulted in gifts given to Diane Gilford, Lulu Hawcott, Mrs Ray Fitch: Luella Schenck and Olive Thofapspn.: • • ; : Mr and Mrs John Miller and children moved Monday to the farm east of town. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller- are in Algona where Mrs Miller is caring for her mother who is ill. i . , Mrs .Ella Sigsbae and Howard Sigsbee were among the Thanksgiving Day guests at the Seib Behrends home near Lone Rock. Thanksgiving weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs J., L. Miller were* Mr and Mrs S. C. Milens of Chariton. Mrs" Milens is an aunt of .Mr Miller and they visitedJrom Wednesday iill Monday,; ;-;. i.', <•! ;|. •.< •; , : \t. Friendly- Four Club will meet with Esther Miller Thursday non and DeVe're Smith! . Shirley and Janet Smith ac- pompanied by. Mrs Vernon Smith sang, and John Smith, • brother of James, reminesced on early days. Rev.. Harlan Kruse gave a short- talk,' ; ' ,- • '' Mrs Pete Theissen, sister df Mrs 'Smith "and Mrs Jotift Smith ' ' ' ' poured.:. Jairies F. .Smith and Lena . Kienitz- were United in marriage Nov. 29/-1910, at, the home^of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs,Fred Kienitz. Their I attendants; were the bride's -sister, Carrie, "now Mrs Pete Theissen, arid John Smith, both of whom were present Sunday. Shirley and Janet Smith, granddaughters, were an •charge of the guest '-book and gift table, ' • s; ; ; • Ninety ^relatives r. an^~iriehd& gathered at the church -to offer congratulations. ' Mr and Mrs .Harvey Reid, Allen and David of Algona were Suri- day dinner guests in the Fred Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and boys of Cherokee' visited frohj Saturday • until Monday Wit : their parents, Mr 'and' Mrs W."C Vodraska and Mr' -and Mrs Lau ren Thompson. • Carol Winter, daughter of M and Mrs Raymond Winter, let Chieai&if She; f ettifried MiMi*aM'Riathie F „.„.. . Ledyafd ViSltey Friday afternodft with. 1 Mr and ;Mrs Wayrie. tteet lafttfigMerrit Wlis Speftding hi ThJftfcSgivlng vacation with hl^ pajfefilSi He attenQs college ; 1ft Milwaukee', • *, ..-.•, • .•.-.. vx.-j StiMay dinner guests jh the'G C. GeWsema home wei'e Mr Ger- zema'si; parents; Mr and * Mrs Johfi Geriema of Buffalo Mr and Mrs Carlyle GSfiSmi Carlyle CJefierila drriVed^Satur- day from Fort Leonard- Wool, Wo. for a'lWp'|Week furlough, rank Cewis,' H6ward _" Mrs , Wilson'; Brack and,'fibL_ ireniH.6. Des Mbines for T)ianks- iving with Rev t and Mrs : las^bftfck' ; ;and family.: Mrs Hassebrytk 1 is the former 1 Fern Lewis! , ; dlught6r of Frtnk; Lewis" fhantegiyini dinner guests at thev Guy Beemer horrte were" Mf and • Mrs 'Orvllle Hartw.ell; 'Wilfred and Douglas of Albert Lea, Mr and .Mrs Robert Beemer and family and Bill Beemer of Sioux City. At the J. C. Blome home were the Arlowe Blome, Eugene Blome, and Winston Schroeder families and Mr and Mrs Fre.d Sohroeder. Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford and Tommy of Yankton,. S. D., and the Vernon gnfiith and Elmer Paulsen families were -;- ij »^5*«!»iftf wKKi'ieifeiSs^.as i. &&> *«fMk : MMv'rta'rd's. brothefSY - If viii l# 6f • tHI : SM tif :.Hef at Mason' Guy .Mrs f^ of Mr ant Mp'il EiitfOM. , ..s. -Elmer Victor ui fowi ! (Jjty*, Visited* Friday and Salui'day with'" itheir daughter Mrs Jtpbejf Beeif!6r and family: f he fiBbert Bef higr f aitf ily moved y/eanes'day ln'f§ Jheir new/home ' the^sbuth^lilfe of, town. , ' ; Mf -anU Mrsr I'fd Thilges, Graf | a^Viekie tf &$< guests . Sund'aj ofiMt and MfS;«Wayne Gafdnej neaf Htimbitddt, 4: i Mr and Mrs Russell Winter and barry were Thursday suppefc guests of Mr and Mrs Stetner Ree 'fit Thompson! -.-'.'> The OrviJfcle 5 Huby and Wayne Zetland famlMes'' were Thanks* iving dinner. i'gMefcts of Mr and Mrs Fred PloegerUat Ledyard. K Mr and Mrs .Russell RUgg of Cedar Falls were guests' Saturday. at the Vernon Smith Home. j Sunday visitors -$. the Laurert 'hompsori hofne .were 'Mr and VTrs John VodraskB, Mr and ( Mrs George Wempen, Buffalo Center nd Mr and Mrs-Everett Thomp^: oh of Ledyarcl. '":' & • • Mr and Mrs'Maynard Koppen, ;athle,en and Da'riiel of Oska* , Spital . Friday. He ,|si Mg> nicely from recent surgery. andF Mrs :Rbhald Heetland. and KalHy, o, J. RifSpen* : Jet; 5 Riplpehtrdp Wef6 evening guests of Mf Raymond 'Brawat of-Ti* Mrs Srffidt, gi'anddaugh Cv J. : :Rflifcentropv was ofr het birthday. y ; ; ffi and : Mrr fiobirt Barber' and Hs 1 ' ehteHamed • at a p'ost fHaMs'giving; 'dinner '-. irf their Mbirnfe- Sunday. titf and tyrs Albert Hef ti had holiday weekend guests their dadghters, Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and Robbin of Crystal iake and Jean . Hefti of Lu' , . . 'Mr ; and Mrs Carl Schl'pull, ;Mi'' and, Mrs John SchipUll of Gold- "ield were Sunday .evening- vjsi- ors in the home . ,ol s their bro- hert Sdr .and Mrs Albert' A. Schi- fuili • • ••'. '.'•,"'' .'.'';'".'' • Mr and .Mrs Glen Ritincy and fenny of MlnbUrn were Sunday inner. gUests in the Mr. and^Mrs iarl Manning home. Other din- 'er guests .were their daughter, loosa x visited, from Thursday; Mr, and Mrs Donald Morriss, ,i4:«£ |v Mr afld M«;Hwa* Wilie" fe childrett of i Ro'efc- ^Iftnd, . sieht the hoiJda "fr ; weteJefnd W® t^ ih| their; pafferttS, l!l $tl'a"Hd- Mrs £>ttd Will6l dnd •! Mr 'and' Mrs Julius Studer in Cdrwith,,/ ,.,, tnk, Rubber stamps',; datetSv ref<j.:',;flt i tHia. Uppej Des Moinei PUB; Cf; ofide supuiy cliedkwriterg,; office .supplies, at the Upper/ Des Mblnes, Algona. Free! Strip r Cop> with; eoch dozen tubes of Maititls As Advertised in this month's Farm and Home Section Robinson Produce WITH A MODERN We have'em! Original AUTO-LITE Service Parts As Advertised in this month's 'Farm and P'oma* Section Pesciva! Motors There Could Be No FisieV Christmas Gift! FREEZER NOW I yxXyvt ^,**V^*.J Modll 10U3S Big-Facnily-Size Capacity— Holds 350 Iba. Frozwi Food True Super-Speed Freezing— all 4 shelves made or Refrigerant ' f '" k rnc! '' "Circulating Cold Air" Design insures cooling on «/2 sides of food package? Take* No More Floor Space Than a 9 cu. ft. Refrigerator ALGONA IMPLEMENT Phone 52 Walt * Qeb See Your Aigona Appliance Dealer! Visit Our Showroom! NO. CENTRAL IOBLIC SERVICE f ! ^ V -!•

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