The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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Tuesday, Sept. 13, I960 , I' £ * -* If M Walker-Dreyer Wedding Sept. 3, Whittemore * — Marlene Uanet 4hrJ Aa^r L tlPe-ygr exchanged nuptill vows'Saturday. Sept. 85 in a t p.m. double ring ceremony at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker of Whittemore, Mr Dreyer's parents art Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer of Fenton. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated. Rouben Butzke played the nuptial organ music and ac; companied Mrs Cleo Kautsch, 'who sang. Mr Walker escorted his daughter to the altar. Gloria Walker attended her sister as maid of honor. Nancy Walker, sister of. the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Kay Dreyer and her twin brother Kim. daughter and son of Mr and Mrs Darrell Dreyer of Fenton, were flower girl and ring bearer. David Dreyer of Lone Rock \vas best man. and Herbert Krause of Fenton was groomsman. Both are cousins of the bridegroom. Ralph E. Walker Jr.. of Lau- fens, brother of the bride, and Duane Dreyer of Humboldt, brother of the bridegroom, were ushers. A reception was held following the ceremony at the Plantation for 180 guests. The dining room was decorated in the bride's chosen colors of white green and yellow. A four tiered wedding cake adorned the bride's table. Mrs Ralph Walker of Laurens, .Was in charge of the guest book. Jean Zumach. Lorraine Butzke, and Janice Wood were in charge of the gifts. Punch servers were Cleo Rae Lund of Laurens, and Loveda Kohlwes or Algona. The bride attended St. Paul's Lutheran school rt nd graduated from Whittemore high school. She has ,bcen employed at tht Farmers State Bank in Whittemore since- graduation. Mr Dreyer attended Fenton high, school from which he graduated and attended Iowa State College in Ames for one year and at present is a student at Morningside College in Sioux City. Upon their return from a wedding trip to the Black Mills they will live in Sioux City where Mr Dreyer is employed. The couple's four grandmothers were all present and are Mrs Minnie Dreyer, Fenton. Mrs John Kohlwes, Lorts Creek. Mrs Bessie Walker, Algona and Mrs Adolph Dietrich EmmeLsbu.rg. New Yafd Manager • Kenneth Mergen resigned his position with the Fullerion Lumber Company and returned tc. his former job with the Tri- County Drying Plant. Gerald Linn of Lohrville has been hired by the company'«« second man. Mr Linn has been with Fullerton for the past three years. He will move his wife and three children here as soon as Mrs Dorothy Kuntz will vacate the Keene house in the west part of Whittemore. Mrs Kuntz will join her husband in the Philippines in about two weeks. Mr and Mrs L. H. Peril returned Saturday evening from a three week trip to Minnesota and Canada. A Potratz reunion was held Sunday at the Community hal! THURSDAY FRIDAY i SATURDAY ONLY EARLY BIRD: SALE WINER TREADS •pplittf on sound lift botfici or on four awn lire* Y<»ur Pre-Seairon E ABLY BIRD LOW PRICE Plus tn and Iw» recappablt tins \e.70-15 or 7.50-14 Tubelets or Tvtae-Typ*, BUekwall \ «th«r •!<•* and (ypc« proportionately LOWt BUY ON EASY PAYDAY TERMS BUY NOW ... get oar special prices . . . then you'll be all set when •now comes along. You'll ' unve yourself lime, money •nrl the inconvenience of brine caught in the desperate rush that always . occurs with the first snow. •ft Every Firestone Town & Country Winter Tread we •ell carries the famous Firestone Nationwide guarantee! Wherever you drive, quick service will • Iways bravaiUbU if •eeded./-- rn [TtmMM Guaranteed Nationwide GUARANTEE We guarantee our Winter Treads, bear- in* the Firestone Quality Tread Medallion and Ihe shop code mark, to he free from defects in workmanship and materials. If examination by us or any Firestone dealer or store discloses a defect in the tread or cord body, it will be repaired or an adjustment made on the cost of another Winter Tread, prorated on tread wear and based on list price current at the time of adjustment. FOR VIRES where your dollar buys MILES more JOE BRADLEY DOWN •\ A WEEK ALGONA Also Available At These Firestone Dealers KRAUSE "66" SERVICE Fenton VIKING OIL CO. Algona CHROME SERVICE Algona MURRAY OIL CO. Bancroft LAPPE'S D-X SERVICE, Burt Scfence Shrinks Piles Nlf Way Without Surgery ~ Itch-Relieves Pain V . <S»M(*I> - For tk* b»» found • new *Hb 1*e tston- o ifcrink hereof rcli«y« £**• whilt gently r.t4«fjM»» •itoniihing lUtemenU Ijkt h«v« ceased to be • problem!" Tn* secret i* • new healing •nU- •Unce (Bio-Dyne*)-discovery of • world-f«B>ou» research institute Tbu mbiUnce U now availably in luppotitory or ointment form (be IN HOMETOWN AMERICA "'•'•'IX BACK TO SCHOOL in Fenton. Over 80 relatives were present. Mi and Mrs Gerald Bormnn, Mr and Mrs Willis Bleucr, Mr and Mrs James Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer,' Gerald Grimm. Dale Bell, Lee Ann Hubert and Donna Ostwald pleasantly surprised Mr and Mrs Fred Ruhnke Saturday evening at a farewell party. Mr Runnke recently bought a gas station at Kanawha and will take possession in thr near future. Mary Greinert who has been employed at Sandusky, Ohio, spent the weekend here with hei parents Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert. She will return to her studies in Luther College, Sept. 12. Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley and daughters tind their nephew returned home Sunday evening after spending a two week vacation in Portland, Ore. at the home of Dr. and Mrs James Foley. Mr and Mrs Loren Barker and family of Milwaukee, Wis. and Mr and Mrs Arthur Potratz and family spent the weekend at tht Martin Potratz home. Mr and Mrs Lewis Elbert of Pocahontas, visited at the Rosa Schumacher home Sunday evening. The Elberts left Tuesday evening from Chicago by plant to . spend several months in Europe. A family gathering was held at the home of Mrs Dorolh> Kuntx Tuesday evening in honor of Sgt. 1st class .Louis Kuntz who has been on leave. Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell celebrated their 40in wedding anniversary at their home southeast of Whittemore, Sunday, Sept. 4, with open house. Orville Lauck was awarded trie job as lank wagon driver for the Whiltemorc Co-op Elevator. He was hired by the board last week. He will fill the vacancy left, by Fred Ruhnke. Mr and Mrs Loyd Walker and daughter and Mr and Mrs Conrad Oppcgard and son and daughter of Albert Le;i, spent the ' weekend in Whittemore. They ..were Sunday dinner guests nt tne Arthur Ileidenwith home in honor of the lattcrs 47th wedding anniversary, and Mrs Hcidenv/ith's 72nd birthday ivhich was Sept. j. Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier drove to Albert lea, Monday to visit their son-in-law and dau?h ter Cleo. Emeline Farrell and Mrs Kath- crine Ftirrell of Whittemore, and Mrs George J ergons and daughter Joan of Algona spent the weekend at Winona, Minn., and Kankakee, 111. Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems left Saturday morning for a month's sightseeing trip in Oregon and Washington. Six out of 10 students who complete the 8th grade po on to graduate from high school and half of all high school graduate complete at least one year of college. Swea City News By Mrs Cecil Godfredson Swea City — Ronnie Linde, son of Mr and Mrs Roger Linde received two blue ribbons at the Iowa State fair last week. Mr and Mrs Lee Davidson and family, of Perry have moved to Ihe Oscar Petterson home here. Mr Davidson is the new executive vice president of the Swea City State Bank. He will assume his duties Oct. 1. The Oscar Petersons have- moved to Arizona, where he has been employed. Thr Bob Sigsbees have moved to Algona where he is employed after closing the plumbing shop here. The Cecil Godfredsons moved to the house vacated the Sigsbees. The Collin Myers of Chapel Hill, N. C. visited last week with her parents, the Cecil Godfred- sons and olher friends and relatives here. On Thursday Mrs Godfredsons entertained former school mates of Mrs MeyeVs, guests were Mrs Bill Dixon and children of Bancroft, Mrs Dai-re' Bishop and children and Mrs Art Larson and Debbie. In the evening relatives called to honor Mr Myers on his birthday. Guests were the Ben Wibbens and girls of Algona, The Eddie Godfred- sons, Mr and Mrs Ncls Godfredson and Mr and Mrs Mcrvin Johnson and family, and Mrs Cora Stow of Burt. The Emil Haases spent several days in Minn., Wis. and Chicago last week. Mrs Haases mother, Mrs C. O. Clark boarded a train at Chicago for her home in Augusta, Ga. ' The Art Clausscns visited Sunday at the Gene Madsen home at Bradgate. Mrs Herbert Redmand of Little Rock, Ark. has been visitinc at the Howard Blair home. Mrs REDEEM YOUR Robin Hood FLOUR Coupons fcere As Advertised In Today's Farm, & Home Section CONSUMER'S August Dontje called on Mrs Redmund last week. Mr! Mary -Meyers of Oencseo, 111. and Mrs Stella Ravn of Orion, 111. visited at the Walter Ocn- rich home last week. They visited at the Grotto in West Bend and attended the Martin Co. fair at B^airmont while here. The Sam Links and sons were sightseeing in the West last week. ' The Martin Tokheims were honored at a house warming last, week. Federal Land Bank Office To Be Remodeled A temporary office for the Federal Land Bank Association here will be ready for use sometime later this week. It will be located above the J. C. Penney stoitft. According to Manager Eugene Hutchins, the permanent office building of the organization, located at HO So. Dodge street, will be remodeled with a neve aluminum, glass and plaslk front, new heating and air conditioning plant and new electri« cal installations and ready loi use in about 30 days. Three local contractors will complete the project. They are Ready Mix Concrete and Lumber Co., general contractors; Funk Plumbing and Heating, and Pratt Electric Co. TWIMS Though it is not too much of an oddity for a cow to bear, twins, it is an oddity for a twin to bear twins in the animal kingdom. This is the case of a cow on the Selmer Erickson farm, of near McCallsburg. The cow ••MM* Slake Funeral Homes Hornet At LuVERNE WESLEY RENWICK TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVr* Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled "•"••'^ — - - 1 •i^^^Baaa LOWER LONG DISTANCE RATES START AT 6 P.M. SAVE MONEY on your out-of-town calls—rates to most long distance points are lower after 6 p.m. Enjoy a telephone reunion tonight! It costs only 65c to call from. ALGONA to any of these points: Cedar Falls Marshalltown Audubon (9-mfnutc Italian rates after 6 p.m. and ail day Sunday. Plus tax.) CALL BY NUMBER ... IT'S TWICE AS FAST! is a pure bred Holslein and was herself. Her first calves are twin a first generation twin heifer heifers. Connie's Column WRINKLE-CHASER Wrinkles fall out of Fall draperies faster, if you mimic Mrs. Robert E. Howe of Ft. Dodge, Iowa. She freshens folded-away drapes in her gas clothes dryer. She says she risks no dust or rain "out on the line." A low-heat setting works best. Allow a good 30 minutes. FAMILY FARE The C. S. Preston family of Minneapolis, Minn., have a plan other good-sized broods might copy. Mama, Papa and the - sixyoung Prestons stage family sports tournaments— such as badminton, tennis, or what- have-you. Pre-tournament games establish "handicaps" (with age considerations, of course). Surprising results: sometimes the littlest Pres- tons beat the adults! Extra bonus: excellent relaxation for Dad. SET AND FORGET Simply open the door, drop the garbage, set the timer...and then forget it! That's the one- two-three story of disappearing trash and garbage, with the modern gas incinerator. All that's left of "leavings" is a fine powdery ash... and that can be used in the garden! Housework's most hated- chore leaves home when the gas incinerator arrives. New incinerator models arrive often at your local gas company or neighborhood gas appliance dealer. M-M-M-M MACAROONS Coconut delights that pack nicely for school lunches, courtesy Mrs. Chester Butler, Excelsior, Minn. Put in top of double boiler: 2 unbeaten egg whites, 1% cups sugar, % tsp. light corn syrup, M tsp. salt, % cup water. Beat fast for one minute. Set over rapidly-boiling water, beat constantly six minutes, or till stiff peaks form. Add 1 tsp. vanilla and 1 tsp. almond extract. Fold in 1 % cups packaged tweet coconut. Drop by teaspoon on hghtlygreased baking sheets; bake in 300-degree gas oven 10 to 12 minutes, or till pale gold. Makes 5 dozen. Keep under cover. LUSTROUS LINERS Mrs. Milton Anderson of Lincoln, Nebr., lines kitchen drawers with left-over linoleum pieces, after a floor has been recovered. That gave me another idea: why wouldn't those plastic tiles- by-the-sheet make handsome "permanent" drawer arid cupboard linings? THRIFTY MITTS Smart girl, Mrs. Dorothy Selm! This Crystal, Minnesota, lady cuts up ancient chenille housecoats or bedspreads, turns them into big mittens. Mitts do • fine job as dusters, or as auto-polishers. GAS AND GRACES What's the hallmark of the gracious lady? Serenity, say the experts. What makes for serenity? Time for moments of inner calm. What gives you these precious extra moments in your, busy day? The dependability of gas appliances; the convenience, economy an.d cleanliness of natural gas itself. Northern Natural Gas Company transports this fuel to your local'gas company, who brings natural gas to you — with a bonus of gracious living! C © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska IAST CHANCE! CHOICE DEAIS ON AMERICA'S FIRST- CHOICE CAR CHEVROLET ! You couldn't pick a better time to deal with your Chevrolet dealer* He's winding up a wing-ding off a selling year and he'» out to keep his 'GO models moving fast-right up to the final gun! Iff you hanker to own the year's hottest seller, tor goodness sake, don't hesitate! See your dealer for a choice deal MOW! TLAST CHANCE! BEST TIME TO BUY THE CAR OF THE YEAR} CHEWSCORVAIR Sample the apodal delight* of Corvair't light hendllng and qtfttotfteM and all. round comfort. Take the wheel just once —end you'll know why the editors of Motor Trentftnegeslne voted Corvair the Car of, the Year. Your beet bet by far it to drive a Corvair right now-while your Chevrolet dealer's writing year-end deal* -and br«M **• more Mtiafiadl See Chevrolet ears, Clwy'* KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108SOUWKMI AIGONAJOWA CY 4-3554

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