The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 3
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I Marilyn Meyer, Max Flaig Speak Vows Here, Oct. 27 Saturday evening, Oct. 27, at 7 o'clock in a candlelight service in the Trinity Lutheran church, Marilyn Mey_er became the bride of Max Flaig in a double ring ceremony. The wedding was performed by the Key. L. H. Loesch. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer of Algona and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig of Lone Rock. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of shiffle embroidered tulle over net and satin with a close fitting bodice with buttons in back, an oval neckline outlined with a double layer of lace scallops at the wrist with an extremely full skirt fol- ALGONA*,, THURSDAY - For 3 Days Senate tavesti£itfonS come and |o...but none has dared to lay a finger on this man! ~*.<A Tvtgotmyfinftr in every kjnd of cket.^ >iny inn around the gov- Urnor...and one | day I'm going to [name my own I president! JOHN PAYNE. .WILLIAM BISHOP-GLORIAMcGHEE DOE AVEDON with ROY ROBERTS • RHYS WILLIAMS - PLUS - ——_ "THUNDER OVER ARIZONA" with Skippy Homeier NOTE: The Special Children's Matinee Saturday will include the western, "THUNDER OVER ARIZONA," plus Six Cartoons in Color! - AND COMING SUNDAY "THE BEST THINGS"IN LIFE ARE FREE" Terrific Musical with DAN DAILEY and SHEREE NORTH FRIDAY at 11:15P.M MIDNIGHT SHOW! • THE LID'S OFF I COME DANCE IN THE AISLES I ... THE PLATTERS TONY MARTINEZ FREDDIEBELL ALAN FREED JOHNNY JOHNSTON ALIX TALTON UUtift UUIAITON MUIY SUTE- JOHN MCHU UK) mi tam nq b) «OBU1 ( ton M IAMS I GOOD* IHMuctC » SUM (AHUM • Cutt'Jl ft, FOB I SUDS * oovti r*oouci«« • « COLUUM nciuat Plus Elvis Presley Rock & Roll Party 30 MINUTES OF ELVIS PRESLEY RECORDINGS PLAYED ON OUR HI-FIDELITY SOUND SYSTEM FROM 11:15 P.M. 'TILL 11:4$ P.M. (Courtesy of Kossuth Radio & Electric) - ALSO FREE Elvis Presley Records lowed with a deep chapel train. Her veil was finger tip in French bridal illusion and was attached to a scalloped crown of sequins and pearl trimmed lace. She wore pearl earrings, a gift from the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet of white mums with sweat- heart roses. Bronze mums decorated the church and candelabra flanked the altar. Martin Huber, soloist, sang "The Wedding Prayer", "Take Thou My Hand And Lead Me" and "On Those Who Now Before Thee Kneel." He was accompanied by Mrs Loren Brown at the organ. JoAnn Warmbier, a friend of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor length gown of shrimp-colored crystallete with a sweetheart neckline and short cap sleeves with a modified long torso that ended in scallops at the hip line; pleated crystallete extended in front of the bodice and ended in a deep bow at the back; a tiny plateau hat of crystallete trimmed with pastel sequins and a tulle veil completed the ensemble. Juanita Meyer, sister of the bride, and Jane Struecker, cousin of the bride, were junior bridesmaids. Their dresses were identical to the maid of honor with the exception of being peacock-colored. Patty Fraser, friend of the bride, and Wayne Iverson, nephew of the bridegroom, served as flower girl and ring bearer. Best man was Leon Marlow, friend of the bridegroom. Joe Householder and Jerry Meyer were ushers. A reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs James Meyer of Mason City was hostess. Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt and Janet Krueger presided at the punch bowl. Lila Schmidt and Darlene Ramus were waitresses. Mrs Larry Gade of Fenton had charge of the guest book. Mrs Wayne Boettcher and Sue Sprague opened the gifts. A program was given at the reception. James Meyer, brother of the bride, was master of ceremonies. Two readings were given by Mrs Frank Sceley, of Fenton, and Juunita Meyer. A solo was sung by Clark Adams. The bride is a 1950 graduate of Algona high school and had been employed "at the L. W. Nitchals office during the summer. Mr Flaig is in the U.S. Navy and is a graduate of Lone Rock high school. The couple left for Norfolk, Va., where the bridegroom will be stationed. (Photo by Glenn's Studio-UDM Engraving) St. Joe Trojans The St. Joe Trojans met Oct. 31, 1956, at the home of the Wagner Bros. New officers were installed arrd new members were enrolled. New members are Howard Kohlhaas, Carol Erpelding, Kenneth Bormann, Karen Zeimet, Kenneth Thilges, Raymond Erpelding. ALGONA© Tuesday - Wed. - 2 Great Hits - to stop taking those pillsl" Around A Igon a Mr and Mrs Rex Voyl*s at* entertaining their couples card •lub at their home this evening, (Tuesday). David, eighi year old son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cowan underwent a tonsilectomy Thursday at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Dean Taylor is hostess to her sewing club this afternoon, (Tuesday) Mrs Max Bartholmew is assisting hostess •-T—Q-— "• Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey were visited from Thursday through Sunday by Mrs Muckey's parents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Blink* man of Shakopee, Minn. Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee W*nl to Lincoln, Neb. on Friday for a few days' visit with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E. Beardsley. A group of ladies from the Methodist church at Corwith will be in Algona Thursday selling tickets to their smorgasbord to be held Wednesday, Nov. 14 at the church in Corwith. i—o— Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson. Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre, Mr and Mrs James Whittemore, Floyd Holt and Mr and Mrs Julian Chrischilles were among the Algona people attending the Iowa-Michigan game at Iowa City on Saturday. Ray Funk and Harlan Sigsbee were guests of a plumbing supply firm at the game. They were accompanied by Al Coleman, former Algonan now of Clarion. The W. §, 6. §. b! ihe Meiho- dist church is entertaining the members of the senior choir and the directors of all three choirs at a dinner at the church on Thursday evening A combination meeting of the community board and the leaders of the Girl Scouts is being held this evening, (Tuesday) at the Congregational church. There will be an investiture ceremony for new leaders. Kay Brayion, who attends Iowa State Teachers college, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs K. L. Brayton. Kay received the Ritual of Jewels at the Beta Sigma Phi banquet here on Saturday night. —o— Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane had as their guests over the week-end, Mr Lane's parents, Mr and Mrs Irl Lane of Manchester. They were accompanied by their grandsons, Coy and Terry Lane also of Manchester. Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Esther Helberg. Mrs Lester Johnson received the prize for high score; Mrs Harold Hobson, the low; and Mrs Beecher Lane, the travel prize. Mrs Arthur Obrecht entertained at a birthday party Friday afternoon in honor of her son, Bill who was eight The youngsters attended the matinee and returned to the Obrecht home for games and refreshments. Women of the Moose held their regular formal meeting Thursday evening at the Moose hall. Mrs Homer Clark was awarded a life time membership in a drawing and the birthdays of Mrs Bea Baldwin and Mrs Herbert Schauer were observed. Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener left Friday morning for Tampa, Fla., where they expect to spend the next five months. First stop en- route was at Guthrie Center to visit Mr and Mrs L. B. Hollister, former neighbors when both families lived at Lone Rock . Q Mrs Momer Clark, Mr and Mrs Bill Foth. Mr and Mrs John Foth. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey and Mrs Esther Hanson, who is visiting here from Fort Worth, Texas, attended the funeral services Thursday -afternoon for George Blinkman at Fairmont, Minn. Mr Blinkman was a brother of Mrs John Foth and was born and reared here. Mr and Mrs James Geelan became parents for the first time, Wednesday, when a son was born to them at St. Ann hospital He weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and has been named, Timothy Jame.s. Mr Geelan is the coach at St. Cecelia's Academy. Mr and Mrs John Vernell Hardgrove became grandparents for the second time Saturday when a boy was born to Mr and Mrs Robert Meine at Mankato, Minn. Mrs Meine is the former Kay Hardgrove and this is their first child. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and has been named, Robert Vernell. The Hardgroves drove to Mankato on Sunday to see the baby and Mrs Hardgrove will return later in the week to assist in the household duties when her daughter comes home from the hospital. Twenty-eight members of the Young Adults of the Methodist church enjoyed a progressive dinner party Saturday evening. Mexico was the theme at the Wesley Bartlett home where the group was served spiced tomato juice; Hawaiian salad was served at the home of Mr and Mrs Glenn Graham; Chow mein and other Chinese foods at the Wayne Smith's and pie, ice-cream and Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1*36 Alflontt (la.) Uppftt 5** M«tft«*»i 1 We Have Just Unpacked Lots Of New GRAHAM FABRICS FOR GIFTS There's "something special" about the gifts you SEW yourself, with that extra personal touch the recipient always recognizes. And there's "something special" about these incoming Graham Christmas fabrics, too . . . here today in ample time for gift- time sewing by YOUI QUADRIGA COTTONS 49c Yd. Graham's famous "Quadri- ga's" coming io you in holiday dress . . . both prints and plains in the 80-square quality of these noted cot- ions. So many ideas in them .. . for gifts of kiddies wear, frocks, etc. Fresh and crispy-new. DAN RIVER GINGHAMS 79c to 98c Yd. These are sparkling new woven plaids with the well- known "Wrinkl-Shed" finish . . . every inch sanforiz- ed and fast color. 36 inches wide. Make colorful sewing gifts for lit Ha money with these! SANFORIZED PRINT BROADCLOTHS An extra-fine quality in these Graham broadcloths—bright prints and unusual prints that suggest for all the world a higher price! Also included are new Christmas design border prints for tea aprons, etc. YARD BRIGHT HOLIDAY CORDUROYS These fabrics — narrow wale washable corduroys — suggest making into so many things, because of their extra bright colors. All pre-shrunk, -washable, fast color. I IQ 36-inch width - YARD 111 9 - PLUS "3 COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN" Clifton Webb ... Dorothy McGuire & Jean Peters BATES DISCIPLINED COTTONS One of the quality-leaders of Graham fabrics — bolt after bolt just in for Christmas sewing. Perfect for dresses, skirts, blouses, kiddies wear. Gorgeous rich colorings. (In Prints, I MA 1.49 Yard) In solid Colors YARD I i£«f (jirahams f/fr'i/mjj? : //m$/i lim. M other typically American desserts at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Tschetter. There were games and decorations appropriate to each "country" visited. —o— Mr and Mrs Casey Loss and daughter, Faye spent the weekend at Iowa City where they attended the Iowa-Michigan game. «—_(")-—_ Mr and Mrs Glair Rows and Mr and Mrs Joe Dienes attended the teachers' convention at De«' Moincs on Friday and then went to Iowa City on Saturday for the football game. Mr and Mrs Joe Greenberg had as their guests over the weekend, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Alt and Marilyn, Sally and Jimmy of West Des Moines. Craig Smith, Don Smith, St., Jim Milder and Jim Wychor went to Iowa City Saturday in Craig Smith's airplafie to attend the Iowa-Michigan game. Mr and Mrs H. M Honsbruch also made the trip by airplane. Mrs L. L, Snyder has sold an article to "Child Guidance" a magazine for Sunday School workers. The article is entitled, "I Was A Commuter To Lab School" and tells of Mrs Snyder's experiences attending training sessions at Fort Dodge. THIS IS YOUR INVITATION Isaac Walton League Open House High School Annex, Algona THURSDAY, NOV. 8 8 p.m. Colored Movies Will Be Shown and State Vice President Justin Rogers Will Speak. EVERYONE, BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND HAWKEYE LANES ANNOUNCES RHYTHM BOWLING* with AMF Automatic Pinspotters..." For Your Bowling Pleasure We Have Installed The** New Automatic Pinsetters Which W* Hope You'll Enjoy. Come To The Lanes and See Them In Operation For The First Time. Saturday & Sunday NOV. 10 & 11 AT OUR GRAND OPENING BIG FREE PRIZES $5 Free Bowling To Man and Woman with High 3-Games Series Sat. & Sun. Bowling Bag To Man & Woman With High Single Gamo Sat. & Sun. Open Bowling Saturday and Sunday Afternoon and Evening Open bowling 1-7 p.m. weekdays; 1 p.m. to midnight Sat. & Sun. For The Best In Bowling It's HAWKEYE LANES

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