The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1948 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1948
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w 4-Alfldna Uppec Be* Mdfne* fuesday, February §> 1948 Matjorie Gouge, Wesley, Bride Of Wilfred Beeket A very beautiful -solemn nuptial high mass was performed last Tuesday, Jan. 27, at 9 a. m. at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley, when Miss Marjorie Ann Gouge, pictured here, daughter of Mi 4 , and Mrs. Lon Gouge, be' canje the bride of Wilfred M. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Becker of Bode. T;he double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. N. J. Becker, of Hoyal, uncle of the groom, as- sisted by Rev. L. N. Klein of Wesley as deacon, and Rev. Geo. Theobald, St. Joe. as sub-deacon. Father Linus Eisertbacher was master of ceremonies. Nuptial music was by St. Joseph's choir, with Sr. Georgella at the organ. The bride's gown was ofUwhite slipper satin, fashioned with wrist-length sleeves, sweetheart neckline and with tiny Farm Machinery Sale > ARENDS SALE YARD, BLUE EARTH, MINN. , FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 MACHINERY SALE STARTS AT 11:30 SHARP REGULAR LIVESTOCK SALE AT 1 P.^M. At the last sale, January 9, we had a good crowd and prices were satisfactory. $60,000 worth of machinery changed hands. There is. more interest shown by buyers and sellers for this coming sale. We expect far more machinery than last time. The following is definitely consigned. MACHINERY CONSIGNED TODAY: £30 on rubber; Oliver 70 with cultivator; FT2 with cultivator and mounted plow; J. D. B and cultivator; J. D. A with power cujtiyator; IHC WD 40 on rubber; IHC M, starter and lights. IH.C 8 ft. grain binder; IHC 62 combine with motor; IHC 62 combine, P.T.O. J.'D. 12'/ 2 combine, P.T.O. A. C. 60 all crop harvester. J> D. 12A~ with motor; A-6 Case combine with motor; 8. foot. IHC swalher; 10 foot Massey-Harris swalher 10. foot right hand cut swalher; New Holland baler; Ford power mower and manure loader; IHC power mower; J. D. No. 5 power mower; J. D. power mower, new; A. C. power mower; M-M 22-6 double disc power drill; Case slice bailer; IHC hay loader; J. D. spreader; Super Six manure loader; F20 new style cultivator; 238 B hand lift cultivator; 238 H and M power lift cultivator; 221 H and M power lift cultivator; Power lift for F 20; J. D. 490 corn planter fertilizer attachment, new; J. D. 290 corn planter fertilizer attachment, new; 4-row IHC planter, 1 year old; 1946 J. D. 290; planter on steel; J. D. 290 planter, reconditioned; J. D. 4-row cultivator for A or G, new; J. D. 4-row cultivator, used; Oliver 4'-rpw cultivator; J. D. 200 power lift cultivator; IHC 230 planter, pull type, like new; IHC No. 30 corn sheller, cob slacker and thrower; J. D. 15 ft. disc, 16 in. blades, new; J. D. 15 ft. disc, 16 in. blades; J. D. 15 ft. disc. 18 in. blades; IHC 15 ft. disc, 16 in. blades; IHC, 12 ft. disc, 16 in. blades; Massey-Harris 16 ft., 16 in. blajrtes, new Massey- Harris 16 ft., 16 in. blades; Blunt 15 ft. disc, 18 in. blades, new; J. D. 14 ft. field cultivator, new; J. D. 8 fl. field cultivator, new; M-M 8 ft. field cultivator, new; J. D. 8, ft. field cultivator, used; IHC horse drawn mower, like new; J, D. horse drawn mower, like new; Case side delivery rake; IHC side delivery; Wide front end for IHC M, also for H; IHC endgate seeder; IHC horse drawn planter; J. D. 999 planter; Fertilizer attachment for 290 J. D.; M-M high lift 2-16 in. plow; Case 2-16 in. plow; IHC 3-16 in. solid mould boards; IHC 4 section lever harrow, new; Freeman 4 section lever harrow, new; Kovar spring tooth harrow; IHC field chopper; Woods Bros. 28 in. thresher, like new; 10 ft. land roller; J. D.. 2 row power beet lifter, like new; J.-D. 101 corn picker, O. K. shape. Arends Sale Yard BLUE EARTH, MINN. JUNCTION HIGHWAYS 16 & 169 pearl ending in a long h-aift.' a lace-edged, fingertip which fell from & lade halo med with lili«Js-8f4he-v"alfey-. She also Wor,e a single st^afld §f Marvella pearls and matching earrings, and carried a white pearl rosary, whiph w.ere gifts of the groom. #er, shower bbugu&l was of white calla lilies, pirtk roses and white stephanotjis with silver streamers tied with a white satin bow. Attendants of the bride were Miss Margaret Potthoffj garroll, la., a cousin of the bride, arid Miss Delores Becker, • Wesley, cousin of the groom. The groom's attendants were Marvin Eischen, Algorta, a, colls- 1 in, and Elmer Steil, Ren.wick, cousin of the bride. .Following the creempny, a dinner was held at St. Joseph's parish hall and a reception was hel.ct after that at the bride's home with 125 relatives and friends attending. The table was Centered with a three-tier* rectangi)- lar cake, trimmed with, yellow roses and blue buds, and topped with a miniature brid.e. and groom. A wedding bell with blue and yellow^ streamers, hung, over the bridal table. _ Waitresses were Mary Ann Young, Margaret Ptacek, Shirley Carman, Bernadihe J,phnsoij, Bernice Johnson, Marjorie Lickteig, Mary Ann Hauptly. - Lorraine Becker, Rose Mary Becker, and Betty Jane Bormann. The bride is a graduate Of'the Britt public school with the:- class of 1946, and was employed as assistant secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce for' 1(7 months. The 'groom attended St. Joseph's school and since then,.has been assisting "his father online letter's farm. ' . , A wedding dance wa& held at the Corwith Legion hall, ''that evening, and after .Mar ; ch !••' thje newly weds will be at home on a farm south of Algona. Willard Mitchell Honored, Ames; Ames—Willard Mitchell, son oL Mrs. Elizabeth V. Mitchell-^ Algona, has been designated a:'distinguished military student at Iowa State College by Col. C;''Mj: Busbee, commanding officer of the RQTG unit: .' '• Willard, who is a junior-in-the- Division of Engineering, is -a member of the Air unit in ROTC classes. He will carry his ^distinguished designation through graduation and will:/ be 'eligibly for a direct commission in; : , the regular army • following a post-' graduation screening. '• '•: •• ' '•' >. i Nelson Of Bode, A (Norn Frost At 26 Inches Wilbur and Herbert Schram.of Titonka had business,'liv Algona Saturday. • 'The, brothers'- haveVari' ing mac.mKes" is Tif' Des Mpines now and another af GoOdell."- Th e , first of thei week,theyx-fblind frost at a depth of 26 inches. .' -...-.' The tfiafHfg& d£ ftsbet-t E/tfelsoh, sort ofrMr, fed'Mrs, Howa»d Nelson of B6d6 to Miss Violet Jrdhft&bfl, d&ugfttef of My . and Mrs. firvjn Johrison of Poc- ahofttas, took plac6 Ifl, the Pomeroy Lutheran church, yfednes- day everting, Jafl. 28,' Wiey will live in a feftarit house oft his father's ffrrm, folldwirt^-g wedding trip 1ft the East. family Tutkay Mr.' and Mrs. Sidney Holland entertained at a. f.amiljr tur.key dinner Friday evening at 7 o'clock in'honor ol; their ilittle 3-year-old grariddalignter Patricia, daughter- of.'Mi*, and Mrs. C. B. Mattice of Fort Dodge. Other guests Were Patricia's sisters Pamela and Karen Site, and their grandpatents, Mr, artd Mrs. C'. L. Mattice, also of Fort Dodge, and Mr. artd*Mrs. Kieth Holland. . . Shower A post-nuptial shower was held for Mrs. Kenneth, Abens, the former Colleen Olaon, Thursday afternoon in'thc church parlors. Her marriage took place recently, Mrs, Abens received many pretty and useful gifts. Convalescing ai Homo. Leo Kinseth is now convalescing at h6me, afjte'f.having bpen in Iho 'Lutheran hospital^ at Font Dodge for aXtime, as'a medical patient. i' ( Tuesday evening,. January 27, the Roman's club met at the home of ,Mrs. ' Sidney, * Holland. Mrs. Guy Olson, w,as in, charge of the ' program. The hostesses served a dessert luncheon, assisted by Mrs. Kieth Roljand at conclusion of the evening's pro gram. E. M^.EUingson, manager of the. Farmer's Elevator, and five directors have returned- from Des Moines; ;where they attended' the State Grain association,'meeting. Mrs. V; T; Jprdahl-and Mrs. Justin . Torgerson attended an all-day meeting last Thursday in the school, building at Humboldjt on conducting music under the supervision ..of Max V: Exner of Ames, a,'-c6mp,oser as, w'ell as a director,; and w.brking with the Farm Bureau operation^ . Lone Rock Gall Club In Meeting Lone Rpc,k;, The Lpne Rock 4-H;'CaJlf'ciub, met January 27 in the- Lone. Rock school. Roll call was answered^ by 25 members. MrVlves informed them of the coming.; Contest in the 4rK : clubs. It;'was; ; :Voted, to give $5! to the j^r9pean f .,.-£rir4$n,'iSeed «Eeli $&jfat4.* t twktfH^'as* ~sef«a' L. Mrs//•Clinton Decker, Mrs. J,oe McGdverh; , and Mrs. Ralph Thompson. , . v .... */ . v: w#' ^ ^ I) ,^ ',** v *t/ , Vfitf^vt/ *. ! '.H, 1 * 1 *?** | _rf'' ..' .VMrVI Cowan Building Supply Co. . . . . Insulation Division 'wfmvyt\*'.'\'.'.'*f*rf*,r-r,t \' / r >^.'*j^ . " --v ' . •• ^ j ,^ y VAX /• \ ^ ._ •' • v f "> "J ?, '«'&?>$ •;^/A^^ -TO SOLVE YOUR FUEL SHORTAOE PROBLEM "Insulation," says llie U. S. Bureau of Mines, "is no bellei' than the man who installs it." It's sound judgment therefore to insist on the insulation job for'your home that gives maximum efficiency, Eagle Home Insulation is sold only by us as the authorized Eagle Contractors in this community, We insulate your property according to sound engineering principles, and give you a written, certificate covering the work, WHAT IS AN EAGLE CERTIFIED JOB? f A Certified job is carefully planned and based on an accurate survey of your property. Insulation is applied in accordance with factory-engineered specifications. It is applied every place necessary for a thorough job—not u half, nor ft two-third* job. 2 Only genuine Eagle Mineral Wool insulation is used. This materit)! is fireproof, witer-repelleiit, and does not lose efficiency by "settling." Jt lasts H housetime. It is chemically and physically stable. , . -• . J Material is pneuniaticitlly Wowi) tfl th(S, '"'thickness int<j sidgwaJIs nri<{ ceijiiij^, mess pr trouble. Eagle warkirten -are thorough, cut no corners. ' '..4 j. Proper. ventilaMon whersvef necqsgftry; (wjt which, trouble-free results cannot be certain). r Benefits: f uel, savingfi up tp,40% 'A winder; p fire protection. A more dust-free house. Maximum comfort all year 'round. UP 10 36 MONTHS TO PAY-NO POWMPAYMtHT BUILDING SUPPLY ' > -. ?! Insulation Division Fjbmt ,'! 'tl.'ft Pit ,\ I'I , • ' t ' '•'"<"' Double Green Siamp -"' ' ,';D^y' . iK'-^ FRIDAY ONLY! You Get Twice as Many S. & H: Green son Hundreds of people in this community are S. & H. Green Stamp fans — and thts will, be big news to, them! And if you are not a Green Stamp fan, start now — get DOUBLE thef usual amount of Green, Stamps" w.ith the purchases yo^; make at Marshall-Wells Friday! % «, ,,.^If!|i ever y- dpHa>:'s worth of purchases you make at ; ''TvlarsRair-Wells I ftlday you get TWENTY stamps-just twice as many as the usual ten. Save the stamps and trade them in for valuable merchandise premiums. Save as you spend. Remember— Friday. ONLY af your/ Marshall-Wells Store in Algona SOMETHING: EXTRA! NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Just Bring Your Child To Our Store. v FREE (SIFT! A Beautiful Portrait of Your Child i or Group of Children from levely phet^roplw'^ill' bf twkfn with th® nsw llsctrenis 5tjr.eb»li!t being used, let th§ first time in this visinity, This'is Gler»les$, Heet!e*$> light whish is the best, type, pver p§rff«te4 f^c pjh9t«@r<f»ph!n0> children «n?l tiny hebie,s, ,. \ YPW will hove a ?hp!?e pf poses'and receive with pur ?pm^ \ P.liments p, Icvely enlarge^ 5*7 vigr^ttft syiteWa for ing, AGE LIMIT 1 MQNf H TO 7 YEARS. IP A. M, t<> § P. M. „ Feb. 5 and Fri., Feb. O-K! Here Are Just a Few of the Many/ Valuable Merchan• Premiums You Can Get J .' ' ' '^" With Your Green Stamps: • Wrist'Watches ,•, Pearl Necklaces , S Dresser Sets • Desk Sets • Pen and Pencil,Sets •, Leather Billfolds • Jewel Cases ^Bridge Tables • Sewing .Cabinets •• Carpet Sweepers • Console Sets • Aluminum Bpwls , 4^ Footballs v. 'j ' . 4 Steel Wagons • World Globes fl Electric Clocks • Coffee Brewers % Pressure Cookers • Electric Irons • '• Oyeirwctjrel Sets • Chicken Fryers • Bathroom Scales • Pyrex Percolators r-and .Mariy^OtHer Wanted •Ifems " * ; ".': M i._ •< .' ** •</ "»£ '__.* i,', r - , ~ r " S^i^^Ht GREEN STAMPS -I".:' "*. '--^ '-•'JAV A^-f-.. ' MARSH ALL - WELLS v <lf r> ^ «-»i .' • v .'. -V*".^ ;'; •^ - v ' v-lf^- .•<!' ->^%|-Jiifi^!™j

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