The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 27, 1948
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SOilKTY i fev' DdSft 'i Methodist the scene, of ths wedding bf •.^•daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. sn,'Miller, who live on a-farm fitift) .and Marvin, ion" of .,iv. and Mrs. Alton fttehle^u'ejE whitteifiore, The - weddihg- took •* rft 2 o'cl6ek, in .the,.after-? Donald James of THonka ,o|fio> died. Nuptial music was .-J/ the groom's Doris. Preced-> . ihg ' the ceremony - the bride's , impiiminf Ei, J.I.CA5E MAEHINB-jRY * HUDSON EARS PHONE 4ZI ALGC1NA, IOWA News i Young folks have a lough time in both booms and depression. Its hard lo start in a depres- ' sion, because hobody will lake you, In a boom, you can' get pleniy of loans, but you may have to pay- too much fo* a farm, NEW MACHINERY , ,, FARM TRAILERS • / FARM WAGON BOXES (flare and wide type) HARVEY, CYLINDER CORN*SHELLERS HARVEY ' HAMMER MILLS, CASE HAMMER MILLS ji DEEP FREEZE UNITS |*TIRES (Sno-Grip and regular, all sizes) ELECTRIC MOTORS (all sizes) , CUSHM'AN SCOOTERS BICYCLES LAWN MOWERS FENCE MOWERS, (All types, buy now, save money) • HAMMER MILL BELTS 'J FARM TARPAULINS f "FEED BASKETS HOG WATERERS AND OILERS in* , j We used to think thai ,1919^was a, big** year on the farm. But 1946 made 1919 \ look like • small potatoes^. This js^a time to rejoice in our good fortune*.* and to work and plan with vigor^'i<5Jk keep it that way. ' • '" f**® 5*? WEED-SPRAYING EQUIPMENT if. rt? Mounted and pull type units-the very latest '' - - , Equipment Out. ' '" Feed well the pullets- you keep. A well- fed but small flock lots better than a half-fed flock twice as large. That applies" lo other livestock, too. , See the Latest v>Inland Field CULTIVATOR 9'/2 foot size wheel machine, all steel construe- ; j ; , tion and adjustable hitch. Easy-lifting lever,,,! spring flexible 'gangs,, 19 double spring teeth tines, Adjustable lift. It really gets the job'done,; 5 j tf. kb Hi '''*' ' - 1 - .•""',.. ' ,* " '» : 5I<- k I « , . >-• i • , / w i rr r Here's,a point Jhat still pu?*les,i?om'e,', fpJkSt What is the 'difference'between •• plaining, is thai yew, use DDT for fji$5 ; an.4 2*4riP fP* wef(jl?» . , f t /.,.,' \'.f'' <,-,!- ' , iS ,' ->,»>,7' ' , ' i . ,' a ' • r S ' ,;>,y,yvr i* \ aunt,,Mrs. George Johnson, sang 1 Love You Truly ancLBecause, her accompanist was Mrs. Henry Miller. THe bride was given in marriage, by her father. Miss Miller's gown had a white satin eyelet bodice a'hd a long White satin skirt had an over Skirt'.of White net. ,The bridal Veil was held in place by white hyacinths and chryanthemum buds. f Shirley Miller served her sister as bridesmaid. Her dress Was of blue nylon net over satin. '•' The bridegroom's brother Gerald was best man. Mrs. Rochleau attended high school at LuVerne but was graduated from the Titonka high school. She was employed at th(* Coffee Shop in Algona until She resigned to be married. Mr. Rochleau is a graduate of the Whittemore high' school. ' Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. There were 65 pucsts. Assisting at the reception were neighbors Mesdames Dale Struthers, Henry Mertz t Ross Buffington, Oscar Hammond, Percy Brink and Tom YoUng. Mr. and Mrs. Rochleau left Monday evening on a wedding trip to undisclosed points. They Will be 'at home' to friends after March 1 in Algona, The groom will farm with his father. ' Those from away who attended' the wedding included i The Alton Rochleau family from Whittemore; Vector Rochleau, Chester _and Fay Harmon, Mr, and Mrs, Bosworth, Mrs. Mary Bosworth, Pat Phillips and Rex Voyles, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, Mr, and Mrs. George Miller, Mr, and 'Mrs. Henry Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Miller, the Rev. arid Mrs. Paul Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wolf and Mrs. Walter Hefti, all of LuVerrie; Mr. and Mrs., Chester 1 Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond of Burt. Also Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Burtis of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Strickler of Rockford and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller of Mason City. ,-- " ! - ? \ .,'">'. " , , •, 4 !< « > ^V^;H , ,S ^ , ( f i, *», f ' il.** Putz-Sorensen Wedding— Mildred Putz and Leslie Sorensen of Burt were married Sunday,- Jan. 25, at 2 o'clock at the Lutheran church in Butt. The Rev. Ferdinand Reith performed the ceremony, using a double ring service. LaVonne Bleich played Lohengrin's wedding march. - , The bridal gown' was of white satin with a fingertip-length veil. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls,* „ a gift from the groom. She'carried' an arm bouquet of pink roses. Marceille. Putz, a niece, -.-wa", bridesmaid. Her dress was of white faille and the 'flowers' were pink carnatiorjs.' f^ V^ •• - * t -> -~',Roland, j.Gh$ffee* *a,«,friendr%'- the me -groom; "WHS' U?n!^ ers were' Emil'arfd^FjWlJaase.,' T ./Mr.- J and Mrs'.•'•Soreri^en 'both 1 attended-school;, at' \BUrt. The brid.egroom' was' ,in -service 4*1 months, and overseas was in the So./Pacific. Following "the ceremony a reception was given'by- x the bride's brother and sister. Assisting at the reception were-Sharon Putz, Ruth Hasse, Alvina" Hasse, Caroline Koepke, and Lavonne Bleich. There were 35 'guests. > Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs." Herman Putz and Mrs, Lyda Sorensen, all of Burt. Mr..and Mrs, Sorensen are on a wedding trip to Des .Moines. they return* -th^r will Make their home at Suft,, Mr. Sorensen is employed fit Kent- Wheeler' Mfg. Co. in-,AlgOHa. Mrs. Bud Ollum, and her son Gene from St. Paul attended the wedding. The formef i^ a si§ter^of the bride. A Pre-Muptial Show*?—' \ Deloris Jean, employed at the local telephone exchange', was hbnoree Jan. 19'at a prenuptial miscellaneous shower..The' party was held at the home of Helen Sloan and assisting . hostesses were Margaret Hunter and Harriet Semons. The evening's entertainment was guessing games and contests. Prize-Winners were Beverly Wilhelmi, Irene Youngwirth and Rosaline AUgus- tine. There were 24 guests. Miss Jean received many gifts, 'She was married Sunday to Wayne Barr. The couple will make their home at Brown's Dairy farm, where'Wayne is employed. Harvey Reids Hosts— , Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid entertained at cards last week Saturday evening, Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames: Milton Marlow of Lone Rock, Murl Potter, Conrad Heerdt, Kenneth Percival, Lloyd Gerber, William Dodds Jr., artd Vernon Sorenson. High score prizes were won by Vernon Sorenson and Mrs. Heerdt, second high by Conrad Heerdt and Mrs. Potter, and the low score prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Marlow. Lloyd Gerber won the lucky chair prize. The evening closed with the serving of refreshments. At SSlh Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill, Leslip and Wallace, 'and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hinders went to Wesley last week Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Ti tus, parents of Mrs. Hill, who were observing their 56th wed ding anniversary, as well as the 76th birthday, of Mrs.. Titus. Mr Titus is 81. The celebration was informal and light refreshments were served to 45 .friends who called during the afternoon. Mr and .Mrs. Titus i were presented with a purse and other gifts. Weekend Guests— Mr. and Mrs> Lloyd Pratt had as weekend.guests, Mr. and Mrs Dean Ive'rson of Cedar Falls, and Mr..and Mrs. Robert Edelen of -Ames, sisters and brothers-in- law of Mrs. Pratt. ' / Mrs. Sharp Hostess— Mrs. G. A. Sharp entertained her card 'club members Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Agnes McBride was winner of the high score prize,; and Mrs. Heerd won the low prize. Mrs. Kresensky Hostess— Mrs. A. - E. Kresensky was hostess to the' members of her .bridge" club Friday afternoon <Mrs.J?V,C. Scanlan »won-jthe high "jpiqner-Caifd Party—' , Mri and'Mrs.VBurl Potter, en- tertfined,at dinner Sunday even- 'ing$ Guests were JVIr. and Mrs. Miltpn Marlow, Burt. < The evening was spent at cards. Riddle Dinner Guests— Mr. -and Mrs. "Wayne Riddle had as dinner guests,. Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wolford of Britt.,, Exemplar Meeting— The ''Exemplars" meet on Wednesday with Mrs., Harl'an Sigsbee, a dinner precedes the meeting. BELATED DEFLATED *> IP * Headquarters for APPLIANCES ; •< / FEATURING r-ijriti} BENDIX KITCHEN KRAFT i\ SEE US for prices !jou will like ,f,'i m • ^ .-'>•« •' , ^ATO^SSSV-'j-'^TCITCHENKRAFr CABINET SINKS C ' - , ' , , Complete $259.50 HOME FREEZER CABINETS 8 cu. ft. $269.50 18 cu. ft. $394.50 BENDIX AUTOMATIC IRONERS CONVENIENT TERMS y,i ZENITH GAS RANGES $176.95 ZiNITH ELECTRIC RANGES , $284.50 ONE * *• UNIT " ' v" OR-A ZENITH 50.GAI, ->, WATER HEATERS $129.50 '' t~ ' •? iff ?<n * ;«*- V -ji

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