The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 30, 1956
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6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October 30, 1956 Betty Kruse, LuVerne, Is Bride Of Humboldt Man LuVerne — Miss Betty Louise Kruse. daughter <>f Mr and Mrs Fred Kmso of LuVovno. was united in marriage to John .Joseph Bohan of Humboldt, son of Mr and Mrs Timothy Bohan of Shell Rock. Iowa. 2 p.m*. Saturday. Oct. 20. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Fr. S. Giady in the St. Mary's Catholic church in Humboldt. The altar was decorated with bouquets of yellow mums. The nuptial music and marches were played by a teacher. Miss Mary Vonderhaar, of St. Mary's school The bride, given in marriage bv her father, was lovely in a ballerina length white gown of Chantilly lace over satin. The keyhole neckline of the gown was edged with tiny seed pearls and was emohasized by a fitted bodice and full length lace sleeves, and the bouffant skirt gave added charm to the gown. The bridal cap was of lace and adorned with tiny seed pearls. It held a finger- lip veil of illusion. She wore pearl earrings and necklace. She carried a bouquet of white rosebuds silver net leaves, tied with whito s: )( in bow and streamers Attending the bride "S nr'id of honor was a friend. M'ss Nadine Davis of Centerville, Iowa. The groom vr\s attended hv hi? brother. Tom B'^^n. Shell T?^-k as best. man. U«hers were Nor- imn Potts, Humboldt, and Donald Kruse. Following the service a reception for 75 guests was held in the St. Mary's Auditorium with thr MEKIR NEED CUMINS! Piio-MaHc Extruded Aluminum Triple-Track Combination Window Only ladies of the Catholic Guild in charge. Tho guests were registered by Mrs Donald Kruse," LuVerne sister-in-law of the bride, and gifts were arranged by Mrs Lorcn Schmitz. Waterloo, groom's sister, cutting and serving the cuke '.vas Mrs Tom Cours. groom's sis- irr. Cedar Rapids, and pouring was Mrs Phyllis Morse of Centerville. friend of the bride. The bnde is a 1951 graduate of the Vernon Consolidated school. She atetnded Bucna Vista College. Storm Lake, and Hamilton Business College, Mason City, and is now teaching sixth grade at Panora. The groom is a 1950 graduate of the Shell Rock high school and the Gates Business College, Waterloo. He is now employee* at the American Agricultural Chemical Company in the office at Humboldt. After a brief honeymoon trip to the Ozarks they will make their home in Grand Junction, as they both return to their work. THESE WOMEN! "May I at least have my choice of soap powder?" tot •penlng »lre« up to and including IS" l 47" double-hung win* dowi. Olhtr tlitt •lightly klghtf. Install It Yourself And Save! F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona Dies In Vermont Ernest Meyers, Jr., received the news late Monday of the death of, his sister, Mrs Earl Henry, 62, at Green River, Vermont. Funeral services and burial were held Wednesday, Oct. '24. Mrs Henry was the former 1 Laura Meyers, daughter of the ' late Mr and Mir, Ernest Meyers, Sr., early long time residents here. She was born in Coa' Valley, 111., and came to Lu- Verne with her parents, as i young girl where she lived for several years. Later she went to Vermont about 35 years ag< and was married to Earl Ilcn/y Mrs Henry visited her brothers and other relatives here in 1955 In ill health the past year, she was unable to return here in July when her brother Herman Meyers passed away. She is survived by her husband and two' daughters, Mrs Clara Wightman, Vergeness, Vermont, and Mrs Merle Hopkins in Kanaan, New York and four grandchildren. Also a sister, Mrs Harry Anderson at Burlington, Vermont, two brothers, Raymond Meyers of Fort Dodge and Ernest Meyers, LuVerne. Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Virginia Patterson was the guest of honor at a coin or linen pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in the city hall. A corsage of baby mums was presented to the bride-elect and corsages were presented to the bride to the mother, Mrs T. T. Radley of Des Moines, mother of the groom. A few games were enjoyed for the entertainment of the after- noon. Virginia opened her gifts assisted by Miss Nancy Will of Des Moines. Upon thanking the guests. Virginia invited the guests to her wedding which will takr; place Saturday. Nov. 3, in the First Me'hodist Church. rv> « Moines. James Radley of Des Moines is the groom-duct. The tea table carried out Virginia's colors of gold and white. Mrs Vernon Shimon ol Rolfe, sister of Virginia presided at the cofee services. Hostesses were Mrs Miio II Patterson, Mrs Harding Hanson of LuVerne, Mrs Milford McPeak of Renwick and Mrs Shimon of Rolfe, mother and sisters of the bride^elect. The Homemakers meeting was held in the home of Mrs Albert Genrich Thurday. Oct. 18, with chairman, Mrs John Voss, Jr., presiding. Election of officers- lor the year are chairman, Mr-' Albert Fish, vice chairman, Mrs Alfred Fett and publicity, Mrs Dennis Carroll. Mrs Voss gave •« monologue on "Her First Vote." The next meeting will be at the Mrs Ralph Oxley home, Nov. 1. Mrs John Voss Jr., Mrs F. F Fett. Mrs Albert Fish and Mrs Alfred Fett were in Algona, Friday, Oct. 19, attending an all day workshop for Homemakers. The rehearsel dinner for the marriage of Betty Kruse and John Bohan was held 7 p.m. Friday evening in the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Kruse. Guests were Miss Nadine Davis, Mrs Phyllis Morse of Centerville; Tom Bohan of Shell Rock; Norman Potts of Humboldt; and Mr and Mrs Donald VOTE FOR Kruse of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Anton T. Skow of Humboldt were Sunday guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs William Moeding. Miss Eleanor Pelerscn, home economics teacher and Miss Marcia Stone spent the weekend in Ames. They went to attend the Homecoming at lo'.vu State Col- le.t.'e Saturday. Mrs Arthur W. Dimler war hosiers to the Birthday Bridge Club at her home Monday evening. Guest players were Mrs Leonard Wilson of Livermore nr.d Mrs James Neville of Ames. Three tables of contract were in play with honors going to Mrs F.dward Dehnert and Mrs Duane Nc-al. Mrs Ralph Dimler, Mrs Arthur W. Dimler and her daughter, Mrs James Neville visited in Eagle Grove Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs Gordon Dimler and children, daughter-in-law of the Ralph Dimler's. t The LuVerne Live Wires 4-H Girls were guests of the Irvington Ideals 4-H club at a roller skating party at Algona Monday evening. Harry Naffziger and George Schnetxer furnished the transportation taking the girls. Shirlcen and Linda Mae Schnet- xer, Judy Naffziger, LeOta Ann Voss, Shcryl Ann Goetsch, Linda Ray Agard and Raeann Brink. Mrs Henry J. Studer of Rock Island. 111., called on friends here Tuesday evening enroulc to West Bend for a week's vacation with her mother, Mrs Alice Anderegg. At a hospital in Kansas City, Mo. un Oct. 25, a six Ib. and eight ox. son Robert William was born to Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Jr. They have a year old daughter Jan Gail. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr., LuVerne and Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer of St. Benedict. Mrs Clarence Casey and infant son MichUcl Raymond returned to their home Monday from St. Ann hospital, Algona. The baby was born Wednesday, Oct. 17 and weighed seven pounds and nine and one-half ounces. He has two brothers, Robert and Steven. Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings and children had as guests Tuesday her father Hiram Hewitt of Livermore and her sisters, Mrs Elmer Wendt and children of Bode and Mrs Herbert Lothringer and daughter Karen of Humboldt. Mrs Lothringer reports her husband, Herbert (Tubbs) Lothringer, medical patient at the University hospital, Iowa City, past several weeks, now much improved and expects to return home soon. SENECA NEWS •The Seneca high school sophomore class were hosts at a high school party Friday evening at which the Freshman class was mitiated. The evening's entertainment consisted of planned stunts for the freshmen to perform after which refreshments were enjoyed. Gary Best, PN2, who Is in the navy and stationed at San Diego, Calif., is expected home for a 30- day leave with his parents, the Lawrence Ullenswangs. On his return he expects to be sent to Japan. , , . ... Virgil Gardner carried Ins nc;ht arm in a sling last week due to an injury which he sustained when lie fell several feet in a corn crib at his home. He also suffered body bruises. (JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends COAD FOR Congress DEMOCRAT: SIXTH DISTRICT MEHWIN COAD of Boone ELECT THE MAN WHO WILL SERVE YOU COUNTIES OF THE SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: BOONE, CALHOUN, CARROL, CRAWFORD, EMMET, GREENE, HAMILTON. HANCOCK, HUMBOLDT, KOSSUTH, PALO ALTO, POCAHONTAS, WEBSTER, WINNEBAGO, WRIGHT. (43-44) DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR IN THIRD DISTRICT CAPABLE ANP ABLE - WORLD WAR 1 VETERAN YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED (Inserted by and to be piid for by Tom Forburger) (43-44) A low-slung beauty with Flight-Sweep style: Swept-Wing '57 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer 2-Door. It unleashes a hurricane of power It breaks through the vibration barrier It is swept-wing mastery of motion How do you describe a car so daring in concept, so revolutionary in features and advances, so rewarding in beauty and performance? How do you explain its newness when everything about it is new? On display today is just such a car—the Swept-Wing '57 Dodge that steps you into the wonderful world of Autodynamics. What is this wonderful world of Autodynamics? // is a world where everything is new from road to roof to achieve absolute mastery of motion. Here's what it does in the Swept-Wing Dodge: • // unleashes a hurricane of power from a thundering new aircraft-type Super Red Ram V-8 engine that's a spitfire in action! t // tames a tornado of torque with a new TorqueFlite Push- Button Drive for the greatest get-away on the road! • It breaks through the vibration barrier with a revolutionary new rubber-mounted suspension system—Dodge Torsion-Aire— that features race car torsion-bars. You ride in a "Realm of Silence," isolated from vibration, noise and road shock. • It is swept-yfog mastery of motion in a sleek, low-slung beauty barely 4'/i feet high that has no equal in the way it corners, handles and rides. You have never seen, felt or owned any car that compared with this new Swept-Wing Dodge. See and drive it today . . . now at your Dodge dealer's! ON DISPLAY TODAYI PERCIVAL MOTORS - 800 S. Phillips St.. Algona, Iowa

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