The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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tueio'ciy, bin Voffeler, Fenfon, Weds In Minnesota Fenian.' The mnrrinfip of Lois Lindqulst daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. F. Llndqtiist of Whoaton, and Ervin Vooltelor of Fonton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vot- toler of Fcnton, took place at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon, Docmn- hnr 20. at the home of the bride's grandfather, Mrs. A. G. Hcdin, /at tho place where the bride's parents had been married 2iJ years ago. The single ring cerenfiflny vftas performed by the Rev. H. it. Ja? cobson ^of Mission CbveHfinl church before an imprdvised altar of wintergreen, poihseUias and lighted cartdela'bra. Given in marriage by Her fath-< fir the bride wore a net gown fashioned with a lace bodice and a cathedral length train. Her veil was held in place by a tiara of seed pearls. The bride carried a bouquet of poihseUias and greens. t_ Bridesmaid was Mrs. George Stimmel of Columbus, O., \vno wore a gown of mint green lace with a shoulder length veil held in place by clusters of white mums. Her flowprs were poih- seUias set in green net. Best man for the groom was Vincent Votteler of Fenton. The i groom and his attendant woi\ bxown suits with,,white bouton ioros. Just Arrived * 3 HORSE POWER ^W»fl • • I IOHB Law MOTORS Emerson Make If you need a 3-h.p. Electric Motor-qet one J tt of these now. They have been mighty scarce! derihibny, ' . ' fbr her Itaveing. fcifsttlrhfe ™. bride those 6, browtt pUl-Strife!** suit with piftk accessories AM A pink carnation cbrsHge. ' . The bride graduated frb'hl Wheatori high school 'and HaJr been employed in secretaria work in Minneapolis. The groorr graduated frdtti Fenton higf school. He is a veteran of Wbrlii War II, having served 34 fndhths \Vith the Navy Sea Bees in the Pacific. After a wedding^trip to the West Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Votteler will make their home after March 1 on a farm near Seneca. Out-of-town guests at the Wedding were Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. Clara Fischer nf Fenton,- Mrs. Erndst Soreen df Qilill Lake, Sask., Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. George Stimmel of Columbus, Ohio. Lutheran Aid Meets St. John's Lutheran Ladies' Aid society met Wednesday, Jan. 7 at the church parlors. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod was a euest. Hostesses were Mesdames Walter Jentz, William Jentz and Lloyd Kern. Ex-Teacher on Visit <l Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sawyer visit ed with friends at Fenton for a short time on, Wednesday before leaving for Massachusetts, whcr< they will.,make their home. Mi- Sawyer, will be associated witl General Electric. The Sawyers had spent the holidavs with relatives at Hartley. Mr. Sawyer taught schoo at Fenton last year. fr f» At Jft , , ,The P. T., A, Set rm evening, Jan. 13, at the FMtb school gym with aaafge efbw M attendant. THi #eguldf bus ttSss nie&Uft* was.het held at \W patiiftuaf nieettng due tb (to MAuttii& the V" gram, ' \ . , MM. Mdvlft, Maftsafef had ehflrite 6f the pfbgram* which coiisfsted of several Sdebtans by the battd urfdef the jUhsctfoh' of Band Diredtor, Mr. fiarkef. ' Wayrto Keith, associated with the Farm BureaViaveVtalk 6h his recent trip tb -Europe, and also showed pictures bh his sub' i i* . . i rvi j rj " ^umacn and Mr. and, Mrs. Mervin Hale were-in Mar/kato for business, Friday afternoon. They sperit the evening visiting at the Clarence Theesfield home ih ^Falr 1 - Surtday evening ; cliline'f *gU ests it the Irvin BruhnAhome iVere Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendaril of Lotts Creek, Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Peril, and Mr. and Mrs. William, Ostwald of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzeri- auer were Sunday evening guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhnare ;he parents of a baby* girl born Sunday, January 4, at, the McCreery hospital. They have two ther daughters and one-son. OJJf Installation Held At Bd !tt St. Luke's Aid St. Luke's Ladies' Aid society met on Thursday, January 8, in the church parlors. Rev. Rehder led the devotions and 'gave the lesson. Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Ervin, Gremmels won the contest, which was part of the entertainment. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Bierstedt and Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt. Guests were Mrs. Herman Drcyer and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke. Hook and Eye club The Hook and Eye Sewing club met at the horhe of Mrs. Rex. Wolfe on Tuesday, January 13. Guests of the club were Mesdames Roy Ghrischilles, Jack Tieman, Ervin Ruhnke, Charles Weisbrod, Walter Widdel and Frank McFall. The hostess served a very delicious lunch at the close of the afternoon. ww Candlers In West Bend battle .The fourth West Bend adult night school was held at the West Bend school, January 12 at'7'30 p. m. . •A poultry judging contestJwas held on the gymnasium floor. Winners of this contest will' be given recognition at the March i commencement. E. Ji Mabon,' vocational ag. instructor, gave culling pointers and poultry judging tips. Mrs. Claiborne, West Bend music instructor, presented some musical numbers. Two movies on .-poultry and some poultry selection slides were shown. Suggested rations for various ages of poultry were given as well as information on poultry housing and equipment. An egg candling contest - was also held and farmers and town people at this meeting were pre- mitted to candle a dozen eg?s Winners in this contest will also bo given recognition at the March 1 adult school commencement exercises. ing, BaV .Maffjl Wm. 'ffeheHia 1 , tet',R>B, r W£ef Mrs, EH , Ldbftj Mt's. *, fielilal tyeed attended joint Installation services of the Swek jcttf Ma sohic lodge dnd the Eastern Slat held in the Masdnie hall at Ban ir The following officer^ 'were installed, ih the Stars: Mfiiide. Sir- fott,'/Lakota, Worthy Matron Harold Jones, Swea City, Pd* iron; Stella Huhgerfora,' Swea City, Associate Matron; W,m Fenema, Ledyard, Assbciate Patron* f Iva Moats, Swea City, secretary; Lulu Haglund, Swea City, treasure?; Agnes Mayer, Ledyard, Conductress; Bfernlce Haag, Swea City, Associate CoH- dtictress; Ferrle Dahl, Swea .City, Marshal;- Lillian Joftes, .Swe& City, Chaplaih; Beulah Weed, Ledyai-d, Adah; Joelde*ne Feri- bmh, Ruth; Louise Looft, Led- vard, Esthei-; Adah Schuler, Swea City, Martha; Beth Johnson, Swea City, Electa; Rena HaglUnd, S.wea City, WarderJ Martin Dahl, Swea City.Sentinel. Rose Mitchell, Swea, is organist. Ray MarqulS of Dedyafd was installed as Master in the Masons. Neiw Robeis For Choir LuVerne—The Methodist Wo- riens Society has presented the choir with new robes. There are 14, and they are of black materia rath white collars. The new robes verc worn by the .. choir at a Christmas evening program. CHEVROLET^ ^~^ ~^~^ * • t> tr-# »-e E VRO LET and ONLY Chevrolet Fl RST! Farm faying] Essick Air-Power §^rayirs •7 Edrrh Models- We Arc Ydur Complete Headquarters! AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS 2,'40, bdT, ETfc. Plus A Cphiplfeie Line of Spraying Equipment—Pumps. Nozzles, Bd'oms; 1 Gauges and Accessories, of The Latest Improved Types: WANTED r- Farmer Cpniaci Dealers to Service Tefritbty on Eqiiipmeni and Chemicals. MULLINS HYBRID SERVICE CO. Brill, Iowa ^oitUMm>»ioHAtov f .,....^ ( ., .M«MV L —•"-—'--^~--—-— --_-„,;„ .-vair-^Tr i.*, i . '.-liiit,. 1-5-,,!,. .frSr'- . *. £*•*,.£ 1*3 . * Right out of yotir dreams cornea AtiMa's first really rib'w refrigef atbr—the I'ftbSTvfR Duplex. FitosTAin is-a teal dujslexJ'A Heltixe-te- rrigerator'at the.iop,''a separale frozeri'foorj Jdcker beldw. You never bother tWith covered dishes; there's more room fot 'tajixbotties. FnosTAin's 12 lb. Icfemakei' make«0(j ice cubes every other hour without toucHirlg tt'cbld control. Most, sedsatiorial is the big,- double.bin 0° •. '. locker, designed for'trie frozenvfdott trerid. Come in and see the new''FR^STAlrt,today! For dependability and , "etonomy two refrigerating units do .two.|obsj_n 4b e refrigerator, the other the 0° food locker. *•-«, 'i ', FROSTAlft U theprecfiKlI of Ijqutd Carllbnfc Corp., !• maken ef top-qud'lltyir«frlgeratfon equipment /"i for 45 yirirt, and The General Tlr« & Rubber- Co. SERVICE BEHIND EVERY SALE" \ • - ~ /1 Co. *. ' FIRST in PRODUCTION, in SALES and REGISTRATIONS of cars and of trucks FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST in Passenger Car Production in 1947-aceording to published production figures. in Truck Production in 1947-accordlng tb published production figures. in Passenger Car Sales in 1947-decbrding to incomplete but conclusive sales records. In Truck Sales in 1947—according to Incomplete but eon- elusive sales records, to Produce over a Million Can and Trucks In a postwar year, 1947—according to published production figures, in Total Passenger Car Production and Sales f or the total 17-year period, January, 1931 to January, 1948*-according to published nation-wide figures. in Total Truck Production and Sales for the total 17-year period, January, 1931 to January, 194«^according tp published nation-wide figures. in Total Number of. tar* sn^ trulpfci On thS road according to official notion-wide regtttrntipns. YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER —and every other Chevrolet dealer In America—are both proud and happy to make the following report to buyers and prospective buyers of Chevrolet products: Again in 1947, Chevrolet built and sold more cars and more /rucks than any other maker in the industry, just as Chevrolet has built and sold more cars /and more /ruck) than any other m'pker for the Mai seventeen-year period, doling from January, 193? to January, 1948— the modern period o) motor car history! Naturhlly, we as well as the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors are deeply grateful for America's outspoken preference for Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks; and we are determined to do everything in our power to continue to deserve this preference in the future as in the past, We want to thank eqck* and every person in this community fc/r.Mr, friendship and goodwill for this organisation. We solicit and appreciate your patronage. We ore doing our level best to prove that, by fill, ing orders for new Chevrolet^ jyjst qs promptly as we can^-even under tQcJqy's trying con, ditions—and we are deeply 'snd doubly appreciative of the patience'and under, standing of all pyr cystjpers' who are awaiting deliveries of new CheVrplets. Needless to say, you buy wisely when the produtf 6f the' Wwlsj'f largest prodiicers of cars and trucks, for that is the way to maxirnym dollar value! Rest assured that we'll fill ypur order for a new Chev* rolet jyst as soon qs It is humanly possible to dp so. Meanwhile, please let us help to k e «£ your ft;«»nf'sqir. or truck in good running jcpncjitioh by bringing it Jo y$ for ( skilled servici now snd at iregylgr intervql^ Algona lowi UJ ' ~\S5T ^ZLSSBfi • YEAR ,'ROUNID, RAIN- PROdF, DR/FT-FRfeE, FIL- fERED-iSCREEN VEr^TILA- TION, can be iecured with Ruscd Windows by simple adjustment of sash. THE WORUV5 FIRST PATENTED ML Mem jn m r^, .,_.:. , COMBINATION SCREEN AND STORM SASH * V. G/ve* you ALL these benefits: , , • Storm Sash, Screens and Weatherproofing all in one jferrhk- -. n'ently installed unit with nothing to change, nothing to store', • Proper ventilation'during any season . , . in any~yveal^er, • Patented Rusco THfeRMo'tdK* Frame. '' • Plastic screening that won't rust, rot or discolor. • Control of steaming and frosting* »Simplified window cleaning, ; '' • UP TO 1/3 SAVINGS IN FUfil, filLLS, ' CAN BE INSTALLED ON OLb OR NEW HOWES f OfFA to WAN Q0WAN * Phone ?75 » CO, »T.W. P«*. *M, rci WQMP.'f ifati] It'll SC.«*! ,, l > *!*£*£' Government tests >r<>ye thai More Than 50% of Your Fuel Is Being Los t-lf Your Home Is Not Pi MINERAL Wbciltj ' w« — * i ' ' PlUSx RUSCOCornbmation Windows 1 home more comfortable the year 'round. " More than 6.00,Q v ,homes in n.p«h ce_ntral Iowa h*ve been insulate^ by,pprcpmpany I w4th,E901e Pichl? W»ner»l Wool! There must be a reasoh for such tremendous public accep'' _. • - .-. ..i -j-.r^,,,*,,^-, storm windows and „,..,. These nalioijajly advertised windows will end for. 'AKfZMwj 1 !?*^™* Change* of SKS cowAii ainpro SUPPW coi t :<t- *'-/',' i. «4| ' Jita,' ,>%l.v •^ iwttn*. »--i~i. *-\ ,i» .jrj-i^i-, i^S^y m z-fU-^'i i ** t r& L".:.^,.-fe i • '>

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