The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1960 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 5, 1960
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(la.) Upptr &tt MotoM ttiesdny, July 5, 1960 SAFE IN A -SIOUX- AT LiSS COST TOO WIATHIIPROOF PROTECTION . . . FACTORY FABRICATION wte, BgMnfag, angry w'mcfc, MIncfing MirrtrA, at heat, -SlOUX-Tite Steel landings shrug off oil wedfher. Trt thfe modern miracle of steel is accomplished «t far less cost to yon than other building methods. WEATHERPROOF CONSfRUCTlON •SIOUX- Steel Bunding tanels wiffc special o?ema(r fofnff •ir* tpfo, Weather-tight protection and scomless beoutf •ritkout caulking. Erery boff, brace, and panel is all •teel for e*tra strength and reliability. The durable galvanized Steel finish assures minimum maintenance year •fter ye«r. If preferred a wife choice «f wlwi il available •t slight Additional cot! •- STUfGHT SIDE Hardtopf-Ludwig Nuptials MINIMUM SECTION COST •SIOUX- Steel tuiUingi are eompfefefy folrTeaf el or tn« factory to fit precisely without costly field cutting, drilling •r alteration. Tnis -SIOUX- eitra sores you many dollars 91* the cert ef ether steel building system* TRUE-CIRCLE DESIGN VERSATILITY rite .SIOUX- Steel luflJTnj oWg« mwt for yew pwpeM. Whether it's • new machinery building. •Mdtm stem, or office building from drawing board to eractio* it will b* dciignad and built (a fit yew • SALES ROOM AND DISPLAY MODERN STORE A MIHUHCIUHfP 1 ; Of £0** -SIOUX- STORAGE AND WAf ING BARN ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. E. E. (Bud) ROBINSON EAST ON HIGHWAY 18 ALGONA CY 4-3374 LuVerne — In a nuptial Mass June 7 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, Sally Mae Hardcopf, LuVerne was united in marriage to Darrell Luclwig, Alg<ma. Thu double ring service was rend by Msgr. P. P. Gearen. James Carroll, Algona, was soloist. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr., LuVerne. Mr Ludvvig's parents arc Mr and Mrs William Ludwig, Algona. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white Chantilly lace and tulonet over satin. The bodice was fashioned with modified torso, back button, long sleeves, scalloped 'neckline, sequin trimmed. The full skirt featured lace front of skirt scalloped at bottom, back composed of flounces of tulle edged with lace extending into a chapel train. The bride's fingertip veil of illusion was lace edged and attached to a cap of chantilly lace with pearl and sequin trim. She wore teardrop pearl necklace and earrings, gift of the groom. She carried a shower bouquet of pink rose buds. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs David Harper. Bridesmaids were Rosemary Carroll and Mrs Larry Manus. Junior bridesmaid was Michele Andre and bride's helper, Kathy Andre. Ring bearers. David Harper and Mike Templin. and flower girls, Jan Hardcopf and Jeannie, Harper. Robert Hardcopf, Jr. was best man. Groomsmen were Jerry Hardcopf, Larry Manus and junior ^groomsman was Le Roy Schipull. Seating the guests were David Harper and Leo Ludwig. Altar boys were Ronald Arndorfer and Vernell Ludwig. Following the ceremony, a reception and dinner were held at the Plantation for 300 guests, with Mrs Roy Guy and Mrs Vernell Ludwig, Sr., hostesses. The IF YOU DON'T HEAR WELL YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT THE BELTONE SCIENTIFIC MOBILE LABORATORY, ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD YOU MAY TRY OUT THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPROVEMENTS IN HEARING GLASSES, AT EAR LEVEL, CONVENTIONAL OR BONE CONDUCTION GLASSES WITH ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN EITHER EAR. YOU WILL RECEIVE: • Test of your hearing loss. • First aid kit with test. $,1.50 value. • Clean and adjust your aid if you own one now, any make. • Fix your ear mold for comfort and hearing, grind if necessary. • School children with a doubtful hearing loss, accompanied by parent or teacher, will be tested and given an Audiogram by a Certified Factory Audiologist. 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Co., Kossuth Men On Board Planning Lake Expansion A greatly expanded development program for the Lake Oka- manpedan (Tuttlc Lake) area will be urged by a newly-formed committee of Iowa and Minnesota conservationists. Committee membership consists of Iowa and Minnesota residents actively interested in improving the recreational facilities of the big lake. At a meeting held Wednesday evening, Jiine 22, at Okamanped- an state park, Jim Stillman, Dolliver realtor, was elected chairman of the promotional group. Other members are Virgil Moore and Bob Gillingham of Dolliver, W. J. Stock and Leo Frankl ot Algona, H. A. Holmgren of Lone Rock, Clem Dotson of Armstrong, nnrl fiinrr W. Cfiristonson, Wm. Ditz and Frank ''Uhlig, all of Ceylon, Minn. Attention of those present was drawn to the fact that the Oka- manpcdan area is gaining popularity as a recreation center for people of north central Iowa and southern Minnesota. It is the largest of four lakes lying along the Iowa-Minnesota border and annually attracts many angler? and water sport enthusiasts from both states. ' Okamanpedan, or Tuttle lake as it is known locally, has the largest watershed area of any Iowa Lake, Mr. Stillman said. Its basin encompasses more than 92,000 acres, and it forms the headwater of the east fork of the Des Moines river. Roughly elbow-shaped, the lake is over six miles long and lies about equally in Iowa and Minnesota. It is fed from the north by the waters of Ten Mile Creek which drains a large part of the western half of Martin County, Minn- esota. Priest Iv Honored Wesley — Father Wm Phillips was honored at a reception party June 2i in bt. Josephs parish hall. J. P. 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