The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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4=-AJ0ona l/pp*r DM Mofnei Tuesday, January 10, 1950 Betty Lou Miller Bride jii Hebron Twp. On Jan. 1 Lakoia — A candlelight wedding was solemnized Sunday eve- nihg, Jan. I. at the St. Matthews Lutheran church near Stevens in Hebron towhship. when Betty Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LQU Miller, and Robert Zierke of Elmor^, Minn., were married by the Rev. Kitzman of Elrribre. Marilyn Zierke was brganist and Mrs. Berschman sang "The Load's Prayer" and "O, That the Lord would .Guide My Days." The bride, Downed in white satin and lace, with fingertip veil, and carrying red roses, was attended by her sister Patsy Miller and thp groom's sister Mary Zierke. •join wearing white formals, and carried white daisies and white carnations. fr cousin. Joan Miller, was flower girl and wore a miniature White satitj gown and veil, matching the bride's. A nephew of the groom wag ring bearer. The groom was attended by the bride's brother, Waldo Miller, and the groom's • brother, We's Zierke, with Virgil Krosch and Donald Zierke acting as candle- lighters and ushers. The organist, Miss Zierke, and soloist, Mrs. BerscKman, also wore white formals, and all the men wore white carnation boutonniers. A reception for 100 guests was held at the Miller home, following the ceremony, with Mrs. John Heetland as reception hostess and the bride's aunt, Miss Marjorie Larson, from California poured at the bride's table. Poppe Annual Dinner The Poppe brothers and sisters have a custom of gathering at one of the homes the Sunday following Christmas for a family day together, with pot-luck dinner and vipper, arid this meeting was held Sunday, Jan. 1, at the AdolpH Poppes' with the following present: The hosts, the Adolph Poppes, the Albert Slep- ers, the Albert Goetzs, the James Maynes, the William Poppes, Ledyard, the Henry Blomes, Elmore, Lila Wibben, Bancroft, the Lou Nitz, Lakota, the Howard Jensens, the Paul Nitz, the Lorenz Nitz and Geneva Hans. 100 At League Rally The Luther League of the Emanuel Luther'an church near Titonka gave a New Years party last week Sunday evening for the Leagues from Woden, Britt, Titonka. Lakota and Titonka Good Hope, and in spite of the bad weather, about 100 young people attended, with 15 from Lakota. Sick With Measles Alfred Christ's children are sick with measles. Little Roger Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Becker, has also been very ill with measles. < New Aid Officers Mesdames Ernest Christ, Alfred Christ and Albin Nelson were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid Society last week, Wednesday afternoon, and the newly elected president, Mrs. Jake Peterson, and vice president, Mrs. Will Mabus, took over their new duties. Mrs. Arthur Tietz is secretary and Mrs. Otto Engelbarts is treasurer. Martin Johnson, Rock Island road master, who worked here about six months and roomed at the Lou Nitz home, has been transferred to Phillipsberg, Kan. W. R. Wilhoite from Sibley will take over here. '»+»»«««»»»«»»«»««»«*»*»»»•»»«»• >««»»«««««•»»»»*» Bjustrom's January Clearance Furnish Your Home At January Savings »»»»»»««««»»«»«»+»«»«»•*••»»»»« BEDROOM FURNITURE 4-Piece Bedoom Suite and Coil Spring and Mattress— Special Reg. 149.50 ________ _ _______ No. 119.00 Pull size and twin size beautiful Jenny Lin bed, in maple or walnut satin finish. Reg. 19.95 NOW 14.50 Full panel walnut bed, lovely strip veneers. . Reg. 33.95 NOW 24.95 Bed.Lamp, beautiful silk shades, in lovely colors of green, rose, white, yellow. Reg. 4.75 NOW 2.95 LIVING ROOM FURNITURE DINETTE FURNITURE >»»»»*«»»•»»««•»»»»* Lawson sofa and chair, beautiful mohair frieze cover. Reg. 269.95 NOW 224.50 Modern 2-cushion sofa and chair, beautiful wine angora mohair. Reg. 204.75 NOW 169.50 Pull-up chair, lovely blue, rose, biege tapestry cover. Reg. 24.95 Now 19.95 Pull-up Chair, in rose, blue, beige- velour cover. Reg. 23.95 NOW $15.10 Occasional Tables, modern design, lovely walnut and mahogany finishes. Values to 19.95 NOW 9.95 »»»»«+•»•»»»»»»»»»*»****»•»«»••«»»»***»»»*' *»•»»*»»»••»»»»*«»»»»»»»»»**»»*»»**»»»»»»»»»»•»»***»***»*»»**»*»»»»*»»••»•»•»»»***»*»»»»»* 5-piece Oak Dinette set, satin natural finish, extension table. Reg. 54.50 NOW 39.25 Extra Chairs, gleaming white enamel finish, beautiful red seat covers. Reg. 6.50 NOW 4.69 Solid Oak Diner Chairs, beautiful walnut finish. Reg. 8.95 NOW 7.50 Bargains In BROADIOOM Carpeting These Are Odds And Ends From Our Roll-Goods Stock All New and First Grade Merchandise 29 i sq. yds. beautiful dusty rose Wilton quality 9-ft. carpet by Gulistan. Reg. 9.95 NOW 7.95 3ti sq. yds. lovely tone-on-tone wine leaf pattern of Masland 9-ft. carpet. Reg. 7.95 NOW 5.95 24 1-3 sq. yds. beautiful deep pile beige Axminster carpet with lovely floral design. Reg. 6.95. NOW 4.95 12x15 Axminster all-wool carpet by Alexander Smith, border-less tone- on-tone leaf pattern. Reg. 149.50 NOW 99.95 9x12 Axminster all-wool rugs by Alexander Smith deep-pile rug, in lovely beige, rose, blue, green, gray NOW 34.90 Reg. 99.50 Reg. 79.50 Reg. 69.50 Reg. 64.50 NOW 64,50 NOW 62.50 NOW 49.50 Easy Term* ESTABLISHED I •*«»»»»»»+»»«+«»»»»»«»««•»«»»»»««»»»»»«»++* ; Important Savings For Every Room +»+«+»»»««»»»»»»»+»+»+»+*»***»****»»»+»**+•«*«»+-•»•»»»«*»•»•*»»«+*«»«««»«« »»«•••••«••«««•»»»•«•»•»*»< PUBLIC Since I am moving to* smaller farm in Minnesota I will hold a public auction on the farm located 1 Vi miles east of Galbraith; or 5 miles north and 2!/2 miles west of LuVerne; or 2 miles south and 3 miles east of Irvington, on Januarys Sale Starts At 1:00 O'clock Lunch Wagon on Grounds PUREBRED HOLSTEIN BULL CALF Wt. 500 Ibs., eligible to register. 22 of Head Livestock Three milk cows, two to freshen soon, One fresh by dote of sale. Three Yearling Steers. Three Calves-One Steer, Two Heifers. One Team of Smooth Mouth Geldings, weight 3200 Ibs. Ten Chester White brood sows, pen bred and marked. Will farrow last days of March and first days of April. FARM MACHINERY John Deere No. 48 2-16 in. Plow. John Deere model E Manure Spreader. Two John Deere 15-foot Discs. John Deere 44-ft. galvanized grain elevator, with overhead hoist and speed jack. 10-ft. John Deere power grain binder. John Deere hay loader. Two John Deere 5-foot mowers. John Deere 10 in. hammermill. John Deere small cylinder corn shelter. McCormick-Deering side delivery rake. Two dump rakes—Deering and Me-Deering. Four-wheel Anthony rubber tired wagon, like new. Hay rack on rubber tired wagon. Economy 30-bushel self feeder. Brooder house, 12x16 ft. Two 300-gallon fuel barrels with hose, one on steel stand. Cunningham fence row power mower. Hay feed rack, 8x16 ft. Two grain feed bunks, 14-ft. length. Six-foot galvanized water tanks. Two tank heaters—one Thieman cob. burning, one electric. One drill press. MODEL A JOHN PiiR* TRACTOR, top condition, With cultivator, late 1942 model. MODU B JOHN PEERE TRACTOR, with and mKhanical lift, good condition, 19JJ? malt I, The Above Machinery I; All In Good Condition F F F I*} - 45 ° Mf5 ** fllMf ® h " y ^ rfd |n b « rn ' P M * W P w ' th o W » rairt, moitly third, F fc fc IT totting, {Men of loot? q|fo|fg hoy stored in barn. TERMS: Cash, or make cirrangernents with ypMr banker. Not r» 'pun* ible f * r etc identf. ^p w ^^F^^^ ^^^^W MMRRi^llrH d4HH Dgle Yyngeberg, Auctioneer Livermore State Bank,

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