The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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6-AlgBrta IfftpW ft*J Tuesday> Matth 9, 194§ Lurena Wessel Bride Of Fridolf Soderberg, Mar. 2 Burt—Lurena K., only daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel, and Fridolf C., eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Soderberg of Bancroft were married March 2 at 2 p. m. at the spacious home of the bride's uncle, T. E. Hartwick, Linden Grove Farm, near McGregor. The Rev. Mr. Steinman, Methodist pastor of McGregor, performed the double ring ceremony. The wedding took place in the same room in which her parents were married and on the anniversary of her maternal grandparents' wedding. The bride, who was given in marriage by her uncle T. E. Hartwick, wore a white nylon crepe, floor length gown with gold accessories. She wore a necklace, which had belonged to her great grandmother and earrings which were the gift f of the bridegroom. She carried a shower bouquet of American Beauty roses. She was attended by Arlene Mathson, Forest City, a niece of the bridegroom. She wore a pastel blue taffeta dress of floor length and carried pink roses. Her earrings were a gift of the bride. The bridegroom was attended by John Hartwick of McGregor, a cousin of the bride. They wore the conventional dark suits with white carnation boutonniere. Mrs. Melvin Beimfohr of Frolich, played the wedding march and soft music during the ceremony The decorations consisted of two large candelabra, ferns, bouquets of pink and white snapdragons and one of American Beauty roses and snapdragons. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served in the dint ing room at two tables. On the bridal table was a table cloth which was used at the wedding of the bride's, parents, and also at that of her grandparents and at each of the couple's golden weddings. A three tiered bride's cake decorated in blue and white, topped by a wedding bell, was in the center of the table. Blue and white wedding bells were used in the decorating scheme for the luncheon, which was served by Mrs. Milda Meyer, Mrs. Irwin Meyer, Mrs. Gilbert Meyer and Mrs. Philip Redden. Those in attendance besides local relatives included Mrs. Lawrence Abramsori and son Clifford, Geneva, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mathson, West Bend, Miss Arlene Mathson, Forest City, and Mrs. Milda Meyer of Elkader. Mi\ and Mrs. Soderberg left Wednesday for a wedding trip to points in Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana. They will be at home in Burt after March 15. HOTEL BURT We specialize in banquets and group dinners. K. C. KICKBUSH Phone 29 Drop In at MA FISHER'S CAFE and Get One of Her Good, Old-Fashioned MEALS in Burt Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors J, NELSON PHONE 159 The past couple of years the bride has operated the Burt hospital. The bridegroom moved, to Burt a year ago. t-^c has lived in this vicinity all his life and had farmed before moving to Burt, Club, Auxiliary Meetings The T. N. T. club met at the G. H. McMullen home Thursday evening for a belated celebration of Mrs. McMullen's birthday. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. Mrs. C. "F. Whalen, Lakota was a guest. She was formerly a member of the club. The auxiliary of the V. F. W. met Tuesday afternoon for sewing at the home of Mrs. Charles Schrader. See State Tournament The gii'ls' basketball team, accompanied by Coach and Mrs. Axel Anderson, went to Des Moines Friday to attend the state basketball tournament. In the group were Shirley Lockwood, Marlene and Charlotte Dremmcl, Evelyn Daniels, Betty Jean Bait, GwennJVIann, 1 Ethel Lampe, Shirley Miller, LaVonne Bleich, Helen Graham, Velma Weiske and Harriet Griese. Mr. And'erson, G. P. Hawcott and Chris Olson took the group down in cars. Guests At Holding's The Harold Stewards were supper guests Thursday evening at the Clifford Holding home in honor of the birthdays of Larry Holding and Mrs. Steward. Snow Blocks Caravan Two car loads of Burt people started for McGregor Tuesday morning to attend the Wessel- Soderberg wedding. However they ran into a snow storm and visibility and roads were so bad by the time they reached Charles City that they decided they had better turn back. In the group were the Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Handy and son Carl. Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Charles Lappe, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. G. H. McMullen and Mrs. Clifford Holding. Mr. Handy was to have performed the marriage ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates and baby, Algona, spent last Wednesday afternoon and evening at the E. M. Toothman home. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Patterson returned a week ago Thursday from a three weeks trip, on which they visited their daughter and family Major and Mrs. J. O. Appleyard at Quantico, Va. They also took a plane trip from Washington, D. C., to Havana, Cuba, where they spent a couple of days. They went on a Peruvian plane. They drove to Virginia by a southern route and returned by a northern one. , Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Chipman are parents of a son born March 4 at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Walter Golley, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Golley, Blue Earth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Barth and son Duane and Mrs. J. C. Earth, Havelock, visited Mrs. Gill and the J. L. Millers Thursday. The library board meeting was held at Mrs. A. H. Meinzer's Tuesday evening. A number of new books have been added to the library recently. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson were Des Moines visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood visited Mr. Lockwood's mother Mrs. Emma Lockwood who is seriously ill, at Hardy Thursday. Ruth Hasse is again nursing at the Kossuth hospital. The'Legion Auxiliary will have its monthly sewing meeting Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Paul Olson's. Members of the Bid or Bye Bridge club had dinner at Van's cafe and attended a-show in Algona afterwards Thursday evening. Mrs. Glee Bullock was honor guest at a shower for her little ( son Friday evening at the G. H.' McMullen home, given by Mrs. McMullen, Mrs. R. J. Nealy and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson. Fourteen guests were in the group, including Rosella Voigt, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Schaper, Britt, and daughter Virginia were visitors a week ago Saturday afternoon at the R. J. Nealy home. The Tom Trenarys moved last Tuesday to their farm in Portland township. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and son Richard, Ringsted, and the He'll Get Along All Right-, , Because His MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone 160 For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE —See— CLIFF HOLDING Burt—Phone 165 BANK NOTES This is the time of the year when the family budget usually experiences an abnormal strain. This is the time when taxes of almost every description are due and payable. This is the time when we wish you to think of our bank and if you need funds to meet some demand come in and talk it over with us. We have loans for almost every pyrpose and need: It is our sincere desire to so handle your business that you will recommend us to your friends. Personal Loans Automobile Loans Life Insurance Loans Farm Loans Town Property Loans Commercial Loans G. I. Loans F. H. A. Loans BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, IOWA H. E. Rachut, Pies. H. A. Thompson, Cashier R. I, Mawdsley, Vice-Pies. V, {«, l*9Ylt*d, Asst, gash, Member federal Deposit Insurance Qprporajion The FRIENDLY Bank £lhgsdorfs Weil' week ago Sunday dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home, ^ Mr. and Mrs. Roy ftlHffsdorf Visaed Sunday at the ,W. ,B. Shipler home near LettyaTd. TTie' Shiplers have Sold theft- farm and are having a Sale thfi^wcck.; Bufi Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, March 14 1 -— 10 a. m., morning worship, sermon, "One Thing I Know." 11 a. m., Sunday schbol. Adult topic, "Christian Character," 6:45 p. m., intermediate Westminster Fellowship leaddf, cha'ri lotte Dremmel. '"«•"'» 7:45 p. m., sertiori'Westminstef Fellowship, leader^ -Helen < Gctt* man. The Gospel of John Cdmpalgrt will close Sunday, 14, but reading report cards Vill con* tinue to be received, until Easter Sunday, Oh MaffcnjfiS" a total of 111 people rppoiletllhaving'com- pleted their readings. The Methodist Church Burt, Iowa • l William S. Handy, Pastor Sunday, March 14— Sunday school, 10 a. m.,"Taste Not", Mrs. W. S. Handy. Morning worship, 11 a. rh. Sermon by the pastor, "The L'Ovc of the Cross." M. Y. F., 8 p. m. Holy Week Services- Palm Sunday, March' 21': 'Sunday school, 10.. a*, m; Morning worship, 11 a. m., "Behold Thy King Cometh". Youth Fellowship 8 p. in. Easter and, the Prophets. The choir will meet -Wednesday, March 10 at 7:3d p.' m. at the parsonage. Palm, Sunday., and Easter, music is in preparation. Early Aviator The recent death of Orville Wright, first man to fly, reminded old timers'at Williarrisburg : that Gene Ely of that city was one of the first men to fly with the Wi ight brothers and later * was the first man ever to'take off and land a plane on the deck ; 6f a 's'hip. Mr. Ely met death on 'a>: barnstorming tour many years ago and is buried near Williamsburg. ; Buri for A Biookfah _ T- i-»H . * A, ., i .,* ' i j, . . * * f . , - J«ffi& Woliz, whs », beetf I SfUdSftf «i 6«d4* "§; efcrhe hdme receftily id spfcftd a lew daysjwilh hit parthls, Mr, and MftJ, E. R. W6li*. H« has «i§ned fi con- James .Woliz Iraci with the Brooklyn Dodgers and left Friday for Vir'o Beach, Fla., where he will be in training five weeks.' and will then be farmed out to one of their Donald Mitchell Electric Quick Service On '. * %«s.-: ,\ Electric Motor Rewinding Westinghouse Appliances ALY Hatchery Feb. Mar. Chicks FOR SALE February 25th 500 W. Rocks-February 28th 300 W, Rocks March 3rd 300 Leghorn Pullets-250 Hamp. Males Mar.' 10th 400 Hamps.-lOO W. Rocks-200 W. Rock Males Mar. 13'th 500 W. Rocks-Mar. 20th 750 Hamp. Legs. These chicks will lay you a lot of late summer eggs and they will pay. It is time to order your chicks for' later dates. , „ ' • • . • We are well equipped to start your chicks for you one to three weeks starting— Prices Reasonable, Wayne Feed Stock-Gro Jamesway Equipment \ Pride of the Farm 10 Bushel Hog Feeders Today we have 7 and 9 ft. refrigerators. A Norge Electric Range-Easy Spindrier Washers, Speed Queen find Marges, some good used ones cheap-Clo$e-put price; on Philco and Crosley Radios. Nealy Hardware « - clubs, li . ' m tolled.*<rtk ft!** fall. Jifti ctfadufttftd from , Buff high (School in 1944 Went is ihfi SiatO Unife' Idf a,lime * ed Inid *he ', ed ' If frtanihft itt lh* > and speni aBotif nih* r , Mi L6§hdril,xi*aifi Xft*r iurnln§ home'a.yeai' i$d' fifti ' November ' h% »«6uM&l Mi . eolletf* wefje; fim at ' Cliy-a^d the lail Barter Cedaf, Falls. , , ! . He'.W&, active>in bas*b»ll ; in hiah schbol, played wiitt - the Bancroft Legion leafti end also'look p&ti in baSa* ball in Italy, besides playihg with the town team. H* Is a short-stop. Three feabies • At the Sacred Hoart hospital 4 in LeMars last/month, tnrcc babjes were bbrnf on Friday the 13th. All are doing well. _ — UNION BIG SMITH ^^ »ji A n e 8 pz. SANFORIZED OVERALLS B«lyLenith.Proport(oji€_dj6UtLii*«». Smith Dept. 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Better liveability of baby chicks proper vitamin balance produces a survival ';tate of 10 to 20% higher than chicks from flocks receiving nonfortified ra- , tibns. 5 Vigorous hens—it's designed to help keep them in , 1 good condition. * * ' * When the sun doesn't-shine—when green for• qge is gone—then watch out for a layjng "•"Tsjump! But now comes" Sargent's amazing </: ivew way to help you bring{them out of those -slumps. It's PRE-MIX. It gives your hens impor- itiant vitamins of sunshine and green forage, rfoi help keep them in full production. It's Handy to Use Sore! Corn Is Expensive you ««n do, like hundred? of ' w,cc9niful hpa feeder? o, get better hogs faster, and prpsfteslly sut that In half, That'? when yew Sargent Multi-Rich Minrul Meal the Hog SMpplemfnt that is ojstHally two supplements in !5e, Gives all proteins, vitamins, digestive en?ymes, etc, a bag Moyon eyr N9'ri?l< MoneyBqi;k Gyarantee! ypy'll become a regular Miijral Meal fe§derJ . ' ^ ^dlLL^^^^i^^

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