The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1950 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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Upper D«5 Moln«> tuttdtty, fabruary 28, T950 Beverly Shipler Bride Of Harlan Wichtendahl I c 1 6 1 n •v a 1 t !• t F a S li a o I SI g tl b 1 fi s: O n v h t: F 1 f< s d \ Beverly Marie Shipler, daughter of Mr. and tArs. Sam Shipler, became the bride of Harlan Wichtendahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wichtendahl of West Bend, Feb. 19, in a ceremony performed in the Lutheran parsonage at Algona. Rev. L. H. Loesch read the double ring ceremony. They were attended by Lora Wichtendahl, sister of the groom, as matron of honor, anp Bob Shipler, brother of the bride, as best man. The bride was attired in' a tailored suit of navy blue, and wore a white lace blouse. She also wore pearls, a gift of the groom, and carried a corsage of red roses and white carnations. A reception was held at the bride's home for the immediate family. The home was beautifully decorated with orchid and yellow streamers, and the table had the same decorations, as yel\ as a two-tiered wedding calte qf orchid and white. Waitresses were Selma and Emogene Wichtendabi,, Alice Schaffcr and Elsune Meyer. Mrs. Gordon Jensen was iq charge of the guest book. The couple both graduated from Whitfemore public school. The bride has been employed in Algona. The young coap& v*ill live in Whittemore where the groom is employed. The newiy- weds are pictured here.' (photo by Brown's Studio). Last Rites For Mrs. Ida Brace Held Feb. 22 Fenton — Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Brace were conducted in the home of ner daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley of Fenton, at one o'clock, and in the Methodist church in Burt, at two o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 22, by the Rev. Forrest E. Flowers of Fenton, assisted by the Rev, Wm. S. Handy of "Burt. Miss Luanne Darby sang "Crossing the Bar" in the, home. Music at the church was rendered by a male" quartet composed of Frank Richards, Wallace Hawcott,' Dale Lockwood and Lawrence Chipman. and by Dr. Bahne Bahnson, with Mrs. Bahne Bahnson at the piano. The pallbearers were Ralph Flier, Clarence Priebe, Fred Habinger, Raymond Voeel, Wayne Mann and Ronald Ortman. Interment was in the cemetery at Burt. Wa (Belief acklsh was born-on May 17, 1873 at McGregor, Iowa, and she departed this life at 5:30 a. m. oh Monday, Feb. 20, 1930, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley, in Fenton, who had faithfully cared for her for many years. During the summer months she had spent some time at the home of her son, Gerald, in Lu Verne. Gerald and his family were faithful in caring for his mother and he was at her bedside at the time of her death, one was 76 years, -nine months and three days of age. Mrs. Brace was the fourth child of a family 01 nine children born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. Jackish. She spent most of her young life at Fredericksburg, la., where she was married in the home of her parents to Willard E. Brace on Sept. 20, 1891. The couple made their home in Fredericksburg until l!»01 when they moved to a farm in Union township in Kossuth county where they lived many years. Later, they moved to a farm between Burt and Lone Rock, and one year later they moved to a farm one mile north of burt where they resided until March, 1934, when, owing to ill health, the couple had to give up farming and move to Burt which was their home until August, 1944. In January, 1944, Mr. Brace was taken to the home of his son, Gearald, near LuVerne, where he passed away on August 28, 1944, and Mrs. Brace was taken to the home of her daughter, Gladys, in Fenton, where she lived until the time of her death. She suffered a stroke in the fall of 1938, and was an invalid the rest of her life. Three children were born to this union: a daugnter who died at birth, and twins, Gladys and Gerald. Mrs. Brace was a member of the Rebekah lodge in Burt, and she became a member of the Methodist church early in life. Mrs. Brace is survived by her two children: Gladys, now Mrs. S. E. Straley of Fenton, and Gerald of LuVerne; tru-ee grandchildren, Sylvester Brace of LuVerne and Juanita Mae and Audra Kae Straley of Fenton; one brother, Frank Jackish of Denver, Colo. Several nieces and nephews also survive to mourn her passing. Mrs. Brace will oe remembered by her many friends for her good deeds and helpfulness in times of need. Town 8t Country Club The Town and Country Women's club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Don Shaw with Mrs. Wendell Rusch as co-hostess. Mrs. Emil Frank and Mrs. Charles Newel were guests. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod gave a travelog of Oklahoma. Mrs. Lyle Newel had charge of the workshop which Mrs. Charles Newel presented. During the business meeting it was voted to sponsor an amateur contest. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod is chairman. A donation was given to the Brownies of which Mrs. J. Wallace Smith and Mrs. Geo. O. Jorgenson are leaders. As a project they are packing a box to send overseas. My Ironrite helps ~ keep me •ays Mn* J. J. Mono 30440 Franklin Road Franklin ViUagt, Uichi«a» I M ) have a youthful appewapce, and •*•• I fed that « lot of tie c«ditfar my young, look goes to my Jfonrite Automatic Irooet. I've had this wonderful machine for several years, aud it's the greatest health-, labor- and time-iavcx I own. "My Ironrite eliminated long, painful at adding at an ironing board. It's simply a joy to sit down, jutt guide the clothe* the forming board and rebx whik I iron. "I've toid lot* of friend* howlcoarit« hat saved me time and energy and helped me keep looking younger. My advice «-• look at Ironrite today! Low down payment— e«*y credit term* "My Irourilt due* « quickly and Kei^uiiully. I »»ve buiu* «4ch Vieek go •fairt* Why, I can du uw> u» S where in tflwk IS by haad, 3 "With iu tuo cunifiletely utabU • open cod*, Iruoriie Kill won everything I can wa&h., from plain lovteli and baadkcrcluefa to frilly drcMe*, curtain* aod liata*." Model 80. New. improni open-model Ironrile Automatic Irouer for the booty laundzy. Ironrile CRILLY APPLIANCES "We $eil the Best-Service the Rest" We Install With NO CHARGE for Labor The March meeting wift rnefct with Mrs. John Waits. With Uhli Alvin vault as co-hostess. Those from Fenton who attended the funeral of Mrs. Ida Brace at the Methodist church in Bttrt were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hogenga, Mrs. J.-B. Hanson, Mrs. Will Weisbrod, •Mrs. 5 Art Voigt, and Mrs. Rex Wolf*. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Itaiitel- man, accompanied by Helen Westfall of Graettinger, left Friday for Minneapolis Where they will attend a concert of the Philadelphia Philharmonic orchestra. Mrs. Wajter Farley of Salinas, Cal., and Mr. and Mfs. Ralph Dow of Three Hills, Canada, ited from Tuesday until Thurs in the Will Weisbrod home. Farley is a niece of Mrs. Weisbrod, and Ratph Dou flfephfiw. Mrs. Edna Hantelman, assistant Mrs. F. M. Christiansen of Lon^ Kpck yislted Friday aftef- noori iii th«i Wm. Hantelman home. Mrs. Hiigo Denker of Lester came Wednesday to visit in the home Of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrotl. The Gertrude Becker Circle* of the, W,.S.C-S. met WeVinesd&y af- ternpbn''ia thi home of Mrs. Fitarik McFall. Ele^eA members were present and Mrs. Wendell ftusch, Mrs. Ed Schelei were guests. Devotions were given by Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Roy Ehr- hardf. Mrs. Lyle Bassett had charge of the special feature which consisted of a quiz. A letter Was read from Gertrude Becker, a missionary in India, thank• ing for the Christmas gift. Easter Cantata AtSweaCity Opens Rehearsal Swea City — An Easter cantata will be presented here, under the direction of Mr." Rufus Sanders, music instructor in the Swea City school. Mr. Sanders has announced the chorus Will be open to everyone in this community who wishes to have a part. The first rehearsal will be March 6. Anyone who desires to participate should be present at that rehearsal) Uniforms For ftuttl Donation* 4o* ih* * d»i». new mothers) ha»« come in, and "»* SOD has been bind will *Po jjn&vie at the Much 7. to r for th« Walt Diiney. - ----. i »now fji»ut* b? Bttd wrauia . draw a good crowd. r Anderson, timber Lake, S D., is visiting his sister, Emma Anderson, and his brother J J. Anderson, and family this week. Mr. Anderson wav at one time a resident of Swe'a City. He was also Kossuth county auditor for a number of years. New CreamftfT $fCy- , Miss Marian Linde »!. secretary f6r fhe Swea 0> ard nav<§ MUfid enjoyment m Wea City this month. Rita Garry is helping a? the Swea City. State Bank, and Mariaft Poppe is the l«r Citizens Service now employed auditor's office, OH Cc, - „ , gil Rolf, who i in tf»e county A1 MT a and Mrs. Oscar Linde returned home Friday evening at- ter a month spent with their daughter and family in Portland, Ore. Several Methodist young people, together with the Rev. S. H. jHammer, attended a youth rally of the Armstrong sub-district at Estherville, Feb. 26. * WIJI»L. M H Phono 39? Phane CriUy's FARMERS PARTY Sponsored fcy the NORTH CENTRAL IOWA FEED & FAINT CO. (Bring the Whole Gosh Panged Family Fer The Fun! FOR "NUTRENA FEEDS Saturday, March 4th FREECOFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS Free Door Prizes Will Be Given Away AT OUR STORE Free Roller Skating Party Tickets REGISTER AT OUR STORE NEXT SATURDAY, MARCH 4, FOR FREE TICKETS FOR FARMERS SKATINO PARTY One Person Can Register for Ticfcfett for tatUe Family, Get Up a Group, or Bring Your Club, and Join the Friendly Fun! Skating Parly TM °" Tuesday Night at Schmidt's Rollerdrome NOTHING TO BUY! V Coma In Next Saturday and learn More Abc»ut Qur farnovf "Nu**e- n q«* feeds Stepped Up w'th V NO OBLIGATION! the Oqtt to Regi|ter- Saturday, March 4, at Our $torel Remember the Qate ef Tb.9 Skflt- kta, frflrty-Tyasday, March 7, at thf RQUERPROMEI North Central Iowa Feed & Paint Co. 696 piooonal Street Algona, Iowa

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