The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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July 11, 1987 Alfena (la.) UpfMr to Mtt*« S Mowcfs/ey*Houc/c Nuptials Held In Algona, June 29 Miss Marjorie Rae Hauck, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hauck of Humboldt, became the bride of % Duane Mawdsley of Burt, son of Mr and Mrs R. I. Mawdsley of Algona, in a pretty double-ring ceremony which took place at the Methodist church in Algona, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, June 29. Rev. Harry Whyle officiated. Altar decWations _ were bouquets of summer garden flowers and floor candelabra of white tapers. An organ prelude was played by Mrs .Richard Mawdsley of Algona who played the traditional Lohengrin Wedding March, the recessional wedding march by Mendelssohn, and other nuptial music. She also accompanied Walter Schildknecht, who sang. The bride was given In marriage by her father. She was at- lired in a floor length gown of imported chantilly lace and nylon tulle over satin. It had a lace bodice with frencli sleeves and sweetheart neckline trimmed with sequins. The bouffant skirt was made with several tiers*-of nylon faille afld -f rtfaft» iffid -sift? lace panels. The fingertip veil of imported silk illusion, fell from a lace and seed pearl crown. A double strand pearl necklace and earrings of cultured pearls, gift of the groom, was her only jewelry. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and pink carnations. Her sister, Mardell Hauck, served as maid-of-honor and Mrs Denzil Weimers of Gilmore City, a former college roommate as bridesmaid. Sherry Hauck, niece of the bride was flower girl. Mr Mawdsley was attended by Richard Mawdsley, cousin of the groom, as bestman, and Gordon Hauck, brother of the bride as groomsman. Mark Mawdsley, his nephew, acted as ring-bearer. Serving as ushers were Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., ' brother of the groom, and Wallace Hauck, brother of the bride. Delores Mawdsley of Newton, sister of the groom was in charge of the guest book and Mrs Howard Porter of Sioux Rapids, Donna and Janice Wood of Whittemore, all cousins of the bride, took care of the gifts. Following the ceremony the reception for around 200 rela- d friends was held in the .parlors with Mrs Roscoe awdsley Jr., as dining room hostess. During the intermission, music was furnished on the piano by Mrs Harold Hiuck. of HumboWt, aunt of the bride. After the btide *nd groom cut ttte fttit piece of the four-tiered weeding ctke, greats enjoyed ft dswit fcy the Misses Barbara Zwiefel fftd Carol Hayes of Algom "The numbers they sang were "If 1 Could tell You" and "Because." They were dceomffcttied by Mrs Richard MaWisley tfh the piafto, Kev. H. SmWt oi Burt offered a prayer, after which the wadding cake Was cut and served by a sister of the bride, Mrs William Eaton, of Royal Oak, Mich. Waitresses were Beverly Hovey of Algona; Mrs Keith Scott 6t Madlstjn, M. J., Phyllis ZefttSn of Ottosen, Beverly Prilipp ot Renwick, Marilyn Prilipp ot Renwick, and Roberta Graling of Spring Valley, Minn. Mrs Albert Zeman of Dakota City poured the coffee while Mrs Ernest furnwall of Webb served the punch. Both are aunts of the bride. The June circle of WSCS served the lunch. After a short honeymoon to the Black Hills, -S. D., they will be at home to their friends on his father's farm northeast of Algona, A new home is now being Erected for them. Isaacson Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) C. & N.W. County Tax Is $38,306 Kbssuth county's share of taxes collected from the Chicago and North Western railway for 1956 amounted to $38,306.08, according to figures released this weekend. Total taxes paid by the company in the state amounted to $1,034,277.40, with Woodbury county receiving the largest lump, $59,031.44. Here's the break-down of Kossuth's money; soldier's bonus, $626.11; county, $13,382.54; school district, $21,930.83; library, township, cemetery, $248.82; city and village, $2,065.86; and airport, $51.92. Of the total amount paid by the railroad firms, $562,258.14 of the money collected in Iowa, or more than half, went to school districts. In Kossuth, almost 60 percent was allocated to schools. BURT NEWS Mrs J. O. Isenberger and Mrs Jessie Rash were dinner guests at the home of Mrs F. O. Ryther in Algona Thursday. Mrs Rash also visited the C. L. Webb^s. Larry Hinckley ' of Winterset spent the weekend with his parents the Al Hinckleys. Mr and Mrs Howard McMullen spent the Fourth with the Jack McMullens in Havelock where they enjoyed a picnic dinner. Thomas Gainsborough, the English artist (1727-1788) is noted for his "The Blue Bay." EVERYTHING SPECIAL sez The Wildman "TRADER LANE" while he cuts Dolls you cut your ' Costs Can't Be Matched Prices on f Westinghouse Plenty Going Inside FREE Entertainment and Sunbeam Demonstration FANS MIXERS FRYERS TOASTERS IRONS RADIOS Our Retail Curbstone Counters Will Be Loaded With Hundreds of Items! • A RIDICULOUS EXAMPLE I New Factory Rebuilt HOOVER $10 BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Across Frtm Algena We're Stickin' Our Necks Out! All The Nuts Aren't Downtown - There's Sum Out On (Commercial Street, Too 111 I Buy 1 Pail GREASE to start thinfli off with a (tang out here Friday morning, we're going to be cfovrttrtght Ridiculous! You buy On* Pail of Porm-Oyl Gun Grease, any size except a barrel, and we immediately OlVt YOU another Pail, same site, for FREE. We g6t the grease, but we gotta limit this deal to "en» go-around" per custome r. But how can yah lose? Yah just can't! Get 1 Pail F-R-E-E i Ill O 2-DAY SALE! AIR-CONDITIONING UNITS We're Cuttin' Our Throats But Good ot These Prices Price $339.95 Makes the 'Wet' Nice A Dry. Reg. $133.95 239.95 Adm. Dehumidifier_ 95.00 t/l ALSO SOME FREEZERS 115 Slim Line Model Reg. 1-T. Adm. Air-Con. 220 Volt Window Model Reg. Price $289.95 The Wanted Upright Style 1-T. RCA Air-Con. 220 Volt Slim Line Model Reg. Price $349.95 1-T. Adm. Air-Con. 249.95 10-Ft. Adm. Refrig. 174.95 Reg. $189.95 219.95 9-Ft. Adm. Freezer. 148.00 This One a "Hof'Bargaln Out She Goes At FRE E BOAT RIDES Kum out and bring the fambly and have a Free Boat Ride in one of our new "Blue Star" metal boats — nothing finer on land or sea. (P.S. Please Bring Your Own Water) FIREWOOD CUT FREE ALSO FENCE POSTS CUT FREE TO ORDER Bring in your own timber, and we will cut it any way you want with our new line, of "Titan" Chain Saws. If you want the sawdust, too, please bring your own gunny sack. "Hawt Shot" Machinery Buys! 1(1)"MOUNTED MdWfeR FOR FARMALL H ......II..1 f25* (1) 1954 LONG 60 BALER, very very clean $795 (This has Wise, motor mil electrick starter) (1) MM BALE-O-METER AUTOMATIC BALER ...... $295 (This ties it up wit' wire) SPESIAL TRACTOR DEALS 1939 F30 1941 M - Al, 9 speed with power pack 1947 M with 9 speed transmission & Power Pack - Al F12 on rubber REEL TRUCK BUYS -1956 GMC 450 Truck Tractor with 301 engine, low miles/ Al *' Id 19 ? 1 L ]85 J rruek Tractor with near new RP 372 engine, $1275 l_J949~F5"Ford*with"7ebuiir6"cylincler*motor / very clean - $525 1-1947 IH K5 with 2 speed axel and 16 foot combination box with fold down rack - $650 , i-1956 IH S112 pickup with 127 WB, low miles, Special \ t HEREZ THAT EQUIPMENT 1-2 wheel tilting flat bed trailer 1-3 F Power Washing Cream Separator (near new) —d. $150 1-J. D. Cylinder Sheller complete _„ , _„., $50 2—IH single unit Milker Pails complete with pump and pipe line, Bargain. ~, .".' 1-46 Foot Sandwich Elevator >f 1—Overhead Wagon Hoist L 1—Speed Jack I. ALGOna IMplmEnET (If You Don't Want To Buy, Just Kum Out And Tell Us a Good Joke Ennyway) (COMMERCIAL STREET'S BIGGEST STOCK OF NUTZ AND BOLTS LONE ROCK By Mr* Clarence Kraft Sunday Mr and Mrs Wilfred Etadig entertained Mr and Mis Ralph Bierstedt and family, Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow and family and Mrs Rose Rahmstock of kekotii. f$r s«pp#r in ho»or of the birthdays of Mrs JJiei'stedt and Mrs $*(Ug. Harlan Blanebard, Mrs Jesse Blanchard attended the baptism 9f Todd Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz in Ottosen, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder and family, Mrs Darryl Householder, t&t and Mrs l«eo Ramus and family, Mr and Mrs John Zala^nik spent Sunday at Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and family called Sunday evening on the Lawrence Johanneses family. Mr and Mrs Ed Bloomer of Al- gpna tailed Sunday evening at tke Charles Morris home. *Mr aad Mrs Brvin Heidenwith Of SWAB City, Mr* Owwin Client end son Craig, Fulda, Minn., Mr Mrs Alvin Pavik, Armstrong, Mi* and Mrs Jens Madsen, Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Fred Weg- enyr of Algona, Mr and Mrs Marvin Ktieck, Des Moines, Mr W. C. Heiter of Lone It«ck,, Robert Donovan, Algong. Eev Wcsrdine. Mr, «!»<* Mrs Pave Wfher, Ill- Albert Shper, Mr ajvd ws Warren Thompson and family, Henry Kueeks, Mrs Lillie Thompson tipd Neva and Mr and Mrs Jim Drayton were ail visitors at the Walter Thompson home. Mr Thompson recently returned home from the hospital. Maurice Maeterlinck, was bwra in Ghent, Belgium in 1862. He died in 1949. HOSPITALS July 3 — Mrs Hurley 13. Bruell* man, Ottosen,- boy, 7-15"4; WffS Richard Cook. AlKona, girl, <H); MV.S Joseph PeiQQS, Algona, boy, 9-f; Mrs Gerald .Kirsdi, Wesley* boy, 8-5. July 4 — Mrs Paul Ostwinkje, Algona, boy, 7-8. July 5 — Mrs Ed Blocker, Bancroft ,boy, 9-2; Mrs Keith RaUard, West Bend, gU'l W'> Schoby, Bo4e f surgery, „.Verne, boy Algona, maternity; William Weisbrod, FeaUffl. med- leal; MJ-S William Weisbrod, fenton, fljedical; Mwy Jane teig, Sexton, surgery; Mri Harold Elbert, Rodman, girj, 8»Un; Mrs Frank Richards, Burt, gif J, l^-Mrs David maternity; Bergerud, gur|, A J«ly 9 - Mr Algona, maternity; Alexander, s,ur|ery, Th* tftw(?r ytoft* *s held burned at ie. at Rouen,

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