The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1943 · Page 4
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COUPLE CHINESE AMERICANS WED AT BURT SUNDAY Hurt: The wedding of Mis Grace Dong, San Francisco, Cal and Harry Lee, New York City Americans, tool in the Both Chinese £ fi.l'J 5 ?• > Burt Methodist church, the Rev Perry O. Hanson, Jr., performing in.e single ring ceremony. The church which was well filled witli spectators, was decorated with a background of large branches of autumn leaves and bouquets of chrysanthemums. The ceremony was performed by candlelight. Mrs. Walter Campney played several selections before the ceremony and accompanied Loren Riebhoff, who sang "O' Perfect Prayer" and "Still As the Night " She also played the wedding march. O. H. McMullen, Walter Campney and W. J. Lockwood acted as ushers. The bride, who wore a street- length dress of fuchsia color and a corsage of gardenias, was, at tended by Mrs. Perry O. tlansdn who wore dark blue with a coc sage of tea roses and carnations The bridegroom was attendn by his nephew, Pvt. Herbert Lee who came from Patterson Field Ohio, where he is stationed, to attend the wedding. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors, at which all attending the wedding were guests. Mr. Lee is state examiner foi fe insurance companies in the tate of New York and was a member of the board of advisors f the Church of All Nations where the Rev. Perry O. Hanson, r., served as director of the Chiese department before coming o Burt. Mr. Lee and his bride came 'rom opposite ends of the coufi- ry, met in Ames, and came up om there Saturday morning. ie bride, who is a charming oung woman, had never seen ow before so an Iowa blizzard as a very "unusual experience r her. FINAL RITES FOR MRS. UNDERKOFLER AT BANCROFT Bancroft: Mrs. Collette (Welp) Jnderkofler passed away at St Mary's hospital in Rochester Minn., last Thursday, death being lue to endocarditis*. Mrs. Under- cofler was born in Bancroft on Nov. 9, 1905. She attended St. lohn's school, graduating with the lass of 1924. .She then attended >t. Angela's Academy for one ear. In 1925 she began, work as ecretary at the Bancroft Imple- nent Co. At the death of Mr. "5ulde in 1936 she assumed full lanagement and continued until The newlyvveds spent two or iree days at the Hanson home, ter which they left for Mr. e's home in New York City. THESE HARDWARE ITEMS WILL HELP 00 THE JOB OAK COAL HEATERS AIRTIGHT HEATERS WARM MORNING HEATERS COPPER CLAD RANGES $125 5 gal. CHICKEN WATERERS FLOCK CHICKEN FEEDERS HEATED HOG WATERERS GALVANIZED PAILS KOHLHA AS HDWE. 6 ft. 80 gallons v9ii$v $31.50 Poultry - Hog Cattle and Dairy FEEDERS Feed TANVILAC my Farmer Friends, The feed thai never fails To make your cattle take, on beef, Your pigs to curl their tails. 'Tis full of vitamins so rich. And concentrates so rare; It makes your stock so fat and sleek With lustrous coats of hair. 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KRANTZ & SON ............................. TITONK/V HOBARTON COOP. ELEVATOR .................... HOBARTON GEORGE HIRNER .................. WESLEY oYB ROY BOHN .................................................................. MALLARD S™°* BL ° ME ~ ............. ELMORE, MINN. HAROLD OXLEY ........................................................ CORWITH ALGONA FLOUR & FEED ...... AirnvA WM. HAMMEK ............................... 8T JOE FRED GOODCIOLD ................................................ ^ST BEND KOSSUTH MOTOR CO .............................................. ALGONA er death. She was married to Staff Sgt. ichard Underkofler at Abilene, exas, Jan. 8, 1943. Funeral services were held Saturday from St. John's church Rev. J. H. Schultes in . Burial was in St. John's cemetery. Pallbearers were W. A. Murray, M. P. Bernard, H. V. Clark, J. C. Menke, Ben Lampe and R. J. Fangman. Besides her husband, Staff Sgt. Richard Underkofler, she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Emma Welp, also five sisters and four brothers. Mrs. Mattie Guide of Omaha, Nebr., attended the funeral of Mrs. Underkofler here Saturday. George Donweiler underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth Vlgdal-Rcid Wedding A beautiful candlelight double ring wedding ceremony was per* 'ormed Sunday, Nov. 1, when Dorothy E. Reid and Raymond E. Vigdal were united in mar- iage by the Rev. Kilterman of Lone Rock at the Good Hope hurch. The altar was decorated with palms and baskets of pom Poms and chrysanthemums. Raymond is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vigdal of Whittemore, nd Dorothy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Reid of Al- hospital morning in Algona Saturday Cpl. and Mrs. John Menke o Albert Lea spent the week enc here with his father, J. C. Menke and family. T. Sgt. Geo. Merron of Ta T coma, Wash., is spending his fur- ough with his parents, Mr. an' Mrs. Frank Merron, and family Pvt. and Mrs. Joe Cogley of Toplin, Mo., are spending a week here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley, and family. gona. The bride was attired in a white satin, princess style, gown with a sweetheart neckline, long pointed sleeves, and court train a finger tip veil with a tiara of orange blossoms. She also wore a three-strand pearl necklace, a gift of the groom; and a corsage of baby breath. The bridesmaid, Madelia Vigdal sister of the groom, wore aqua chiffon with lace over taffeta. The best man was Alden Reid, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Lawrence Mueller, cousin of the groom, an-1 Melvin Pompe. Waitresses were Mildred Elmore, Luella Mueller. Mary Hansen and Mrs. Mary Gunn. Sixty-five guests attended the wedding and the reception, which \vas held at the Good Hope church. A three-tier wedding cake was placed at the bride's Mrs. Rose Egan of Emmetsburg is visiting at the home of her son, T. J. Egan, and family. Mrs. Egan came to attend the funeral Mrs. Collette Underkofler. of Betty and Dorothy Shillington of Ypsilanti, Mich., spent the week end here with their table, with bowls of chrysanthemums on the other tables. A two- course dinner was served by candlelight. The bride is a graduate of th Algona High school and taugh a rural school for three years The young married couple wi' reside on a farm near Whitte more after this week. Baptist Aid Meet&I- The Baptist Ladies' Aid me Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at the church. Mrs. Karl Willasson called the meeting to order. Roll cal was responded to by short Verses Mrs. Jordan offered prayer. After a short business meeting a program followed with 'Mrs. Alvis Hill, Mrs. John Schimiilel Mrs. Hugh Pierce and Mrs. G McMahon as the committee in Charge. Mrs. Schimmel read a letter from a lieutenant in the armed forces. This' letter was published by the First Baptist Advance, Abilene, Texas. The lieutenant miraculously escaped death by having. his small Bible n his pocket where the bullet entered. He asked for all Atner- ca to pray and keep praying for he boys in the service. Mrs H Furst offered prayer for the men in the service across. Mrs. Hill offered prayer for the men in service in the United States. °7S a L,P? ok ,. gave a P iano solo, "Meditation". Mrs. Lewis gave a violin solo, "I Will Sing the Wondrous Story". Mrs. Schimmel in;» ii u ^? d * the guest speaker, Mrs. Mell Peterson, who gave a brief talk on the Jap invasion of Pearl Harbor. Her main talk'was on Ha waii, and she had a wonderful exhibit of native costumes and pictures from there which she showed the ladies.. Following the program lunch was served by the hostesses: Mrs. Charles Reaper, ftfatto .With Mitral this time of" war, AH the mem Mn khd their frtdhds to attend. • Red Crass to tfdld t> j h % Kos9U ft Chapter' 6f 'the Red Cross will meet, fit the Algona library Thursday, N&vem- ber 18, at 2:30 p. m. It is hoped that representatives fr&rti each of the twelve branches in the county will be there. Following ;he business meeting the Algoiia branch will serve tea. ' Mission Society 'to Meet— Mission Society of the Fir&fc Luthefart church will meet Fridarftovejftbef ii» at th* home 6f Almft'Cfirts.ofy 616 M. Waoster St.- 'Mrs. Lottie »agg and Mrs. fi. K. Nelson will, be the assisting hostesses. All the jnembers are asked to bring boxes flf blessing. *i*»***__t Creseo M & O dnb Postponed— The Cresco Mothers and daughter club h^i been pdstpdh- ed tillhexf Wednesday; Mbvem- ber 17. due,to the bad weather. It wa* to have been held this Wednesday witty Alicia HaugM. fi, A. ft, Met fiesdAy— The D. A. ft. met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr». w. K. Ferguson with Mrs. Joe Pax- s'on as chairman. .... , , , — • »••.«. wt v^iiu*. j.ca ivtry I Mrs. F. Haldeman, Mrs.- R. ^ ^lark, Mrs. Anna Cook and Mrs! Saney. ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shilling- on, and family. They came to ttend the funeral of their grand- ather, James Shillington, which vas held at Clarion last'Friday, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 "Story of the Tank, Lulubelle" Humphrey Bog-art —in— "SAHARA" "'-\/. .'• Last Showing Woman's Club to Meet— The Algona Women's club will meet Friday at 2:30 at the library with Mrs. Mabel Paxson as the f?. e ?. k . er - She will 'give a book , • — ••• .. *i* (^jvt; a uuUr review of "Hearts of Europe" b.-> HOME LOANS We offer quick-action low-cost home loans that you can repay frohl income. . OUR HOME LOAN PLAN IS EASY TO UNDERSTAND AND EASY TO NEGOTIATE. LOOK INTO IT Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association 45tf .I m « o "e. dl M»at Mtal outsells other mineral. 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