The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1960
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(la.) Upper 5es Moines Tuesday, Oct. 18, I960 Constance Priebe Bride OtDavidBarth,Oct.l5 .; '? t )!>' .' ' \ ;, V u Constance Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Berl Eastman Priebe and David Weber Earth, Son of Mr and Mrs Paul Earth, Brookfield, Illinois, were united in marriage Saturday evening at 7 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with candelabra and basKets of bronze and gold mums. Candles lined the white carpeted a»jie. Mr Wilbert Rhunke, organist, played for the processional and the recessional. Mrs Thomas Kin- scy, soloist, sang "O, Perfect Love" nnd the "Worldinp Prnyor" by I.Hmlap. The bride, given in marriage 'by her father, was gowned in white silk peau-de-soie. fashion ed in princess style with a chapel length sweep train. The portrait nivkliiie was bordered with Al< neon lace. i e-embroidcivd with seed pearls. The long sleeves ended in points at the wrist. I Her finper-tip veil of white silk j illusion was helti' in place by a | crown of crystal and pearls. The | bride carried ;. white pr.eyer book covered with a bouquet of! sUphanotis centered with a white orchid and wore a pearl choker, j t'.ift of the 1 I'M idegronm. j Miss Paula Priebe served as | her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Alis.s Marilyn l) A!gona, Miss Kli/a- beth Benware. Hinsdale. Illinois, and Miss Barbara WavHl of Long Beach, California. John Ruckrich of Chicago served as best man. Groomsmen were Richard White. Kellogg, hi., Kent Brigham, Hinsdale, Illinois, and Charles Long of Hinsdale, Illinois. Ushers were Gary Priebe, brother of the bride and Orlando Segiivri, Brookfield. Illinois. A reception for 350 guests was held at. the Algona Country Club following the ceremony. Presiding at the silver service were mints of the bride. Mrs Kandall Clark and Mrs Clyde Priebe. Miss Helen Paelx, also the bride's j'Uiit. and Mrs Leonard Plaehn of Rhine-beck served the wedding cake. Miss Joan Sherman of Des Moines and Mrs William Paetx wen- at the punch bowl. Guests book hostess w.-.s Miss Valerie Lang of Des Moines. Mrs Paul Teranova and Mrs Thomas Kin- scy were at the gift table. Dining room hostessi-s were Mrs J. Drcesman and Mrs Lyle Keith. Mrs Mildred Johnson decorated the bride's table. Marilyn Paotz and Patty Priebt- were waitresses. Out-of-town guests included Mr and Mrs Leonard Plaehn, Rhinebeck, la.. Agnes & Rueben Olson, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Addis Grieman, Mr and Mrs Clifford Grieman, Mr and Mrs Donald Grieman, all of Garner, Mr and Mrs Leo Kinseth of Bode, Mrs N. S. Bangs, Sr. of St. Paul, Minnesota, Mrs ri. F. Buchholz. Hewitt, Minnesota, Mr and Mrs Otto De Bower, Mr Albert De- Bower and Mr and Mrs Louis DeBower of Allison, Iowa,-Lynn Barnes, Western Springs, Illinois, Mr and Mrs Otto Voigt, Taopi, Minnesota, Don Kicler, Des Moines, Bob AndersoVi, Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Richard Furst, Hum-' ?»*. 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ANTI-FREEZE 49 GALLON PERMANENT ETHYLENE GLYCOL — "" ANTI-FOAM ANTI-RUST PROTECTS ALL METALS INCLUDING ALUMINUM NEW NYLON TIRE NOT A RECAP, NOT A SECOND LINE 01 DUNLOP ^ • FIRST LINE Super Gold Cup SILENT TRACTION 670x15 Tube Type BLACK, PLUS TAX INSTALLED FREE ALL ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE EXPERT WHEEL BALANCE $1 EACH THERMOSTATS MOST CARS Original Equipment Type MUFFLERS '50 Comparltively Low Prices On All Models HEAVY DUTY SHOCK ABSORBERS 'JOUJBLE ACTION THOMPSON DIST. CO. 1009 NORTH MAIN PHONE CY 4-2644 Use Our EASY PAY or LAY-AWAY holrlt. Mr and Mrs Dn.ino TTnVio- pcr, Lone 1 Rock, Mr and Mrs Kd Pric'bo and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Brrkhmcl of Fenton, Mr and Mis Paul Toranova of Rockford, III.,; Ann Mi-Alee, LaGrangc, 111. and | Mr .Many Vij-not-chi, Ilighwood,' Illnois. The brido, a 1957 graduate of Altjona High School, was graduated in August from Drake University in DCS Monies, with a dc- in English literature. She .'iso attended the University of Colorado at Houider, and the I'mveisity of Texas at Austin, Texas. Mr Barth holds a degree in I'harmaey from Drake University in Des Moines and is at present employed in LaGrange, Illinois The bride belongs to Kappa Kappa Gamma and the groom is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilrm ftaternity. After a honeymoon in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the young couple will be at home in L;.Grange, Illinois. (Isaacson Phoio-UDM Engraving). .. nnd HI Rrent nrnnrlrhil- dren also survive. Funeral services were held at Swea Cit,y at 8 p.m. Wednesaay at the Barnes funeral home with the Rev. Leroy Pillman officiating. Thorn were then services 10:30 a.m. Thursday nt the Doan Me.thodtst church in-ar Titonka Rites Oct. 13 f Doan Church Mrs Eva I,. Hanson, 79, died Monday night, Oct. 10, at the Good Samaritan home in Algonn, where she had been a patient for about 10 days. Mrs Hansen was born Feb. 28. 1881, at Albion, la. She had made her home on a farm hear Titonka most of her life. She had lived with her daughter, Mrs Grace Baker, in Swea City prior to going to a rest home in Hurt and then to the Algona rest home. Her husband, Peter C. Hansen preceded her in death in March .1955. One son also preceded her in death. Survivors include four daughters: Mrs Grace rsaker of Swea City, Mrs Lester Wood and Mrs Mayme Baker, both of Marshalltown; Mr.? LoUi* Hauenstein of Lancaster, Calif.; three sons: Lewis of Burl; Lloyd of Rockford, 111.; and Ernest Davis of Genoa, 111. Twenty-one grand- Frosh-Soph In 6th Win, 47-7 Eagle Grove's freshman-sopho- foam Iho. filh victim this season of the Al.uona High Bullpups. 47 to 7, at Eagle Grove Monday Bill Wotzel accounted for four of tho touchdowns, throe on sweeping reverses and i\ fourth on n p;iss from Stoinman that went 90 yards. Tom Wal-!er tallied one on a sprint through (lie lino, Rich Ilutchin.s another on a 75-yarrl pass play, and a final pass, Egel to Garmcs, concluded tho TD scoring. f]agle C! rove's lone tally resulted from an intercepted pass. Algonti'.s line play \vns outslnndinR ngnm. Practically all of Howie Slep- henson's squad got into tho fracas, and outgunr-.eri the Eagles nil the way. Half a do/en different passers got into tho act for Algona, which used both single wing and T offense to keep the losers off balance. Legql Notice NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL St.ilr ul Imv;i K 1 '. Ill District Court Kossuth County No 7ni)7 Spptrmbcr Trrm. inOO. TO AI.I. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED. That .in Instrument of writing purtiortlnj to bf tho Inst Will mid Todtflmrnt of Mftry Drrpnwcl. dntcd May, 2't, 1041, hnvinK brpn I his dny rilrd, opened and rrnd, Mnndny th* .11st dny of October, IflflO, Is fixed for hearing lironf of siiinp nt Iho Court House In Algonn. Town, bfforp the District Court of xnirl County, or tht> Clerk of said Court; nnrt nt ten o'clock A. M., of the tlay nhnvr niontloncB nil persons Interested nro hereby notified nnd required to nppcnr.'nnd show cnuse, If nny thny have, why Instrument should not be prnluted nnd nllowrd ns and for tho Insl Will iind Tcstnnient of wild decensfri. Dated nl Alfiona. Town, October 17, infill. Alma Penrson Clerk of the District Court. McMnhon ft Cnssel, Attorneys AlRMii.i, Iowa •142) RE-ELECT CASEY LOSS — DEMOCRAT State Representative For Kossulh County NOW SERVING SIXTH TERM - SERVING EIGHTH YEAR ON BUDGET AND FINANCIAL CONTROL COMMITTEE OF LEGISLATURE - FARMER IN THIS AREA FOR MANY YEARS, RAISING LIVESTOCK AND GRAIN - LIFELONG RESIDENT OF KOSSUTH COUNTY - A TRULY QUALIFIED MAN FOR THE POSI- HON. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT WILL BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED 90 th ANNIVERSARY THREE DAYS ONLY!!! IHURS.-FRI.-SAT.-OCT. 20fli-21$t-22nd REflD THIS!! For a spectacular Anniversary promotion, we are offering, FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, every coat from our regular stock, marked at $40.00, $45.00, $49.98 and $55.00 at ONE SMALL PRICE OF $38.00. Let us repeat - EVERY COAT in our regular stock, marked in the above price range, is included - NOTHING HELD BACK. This is one of the most sensational promotions we have ever offered at the BEGINNING of a selling season. Don't miss it. (1) This SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY PROMOTION is for THREE DAYS ONLY - On Monday morning all coats will be returned to regular stock and marked as before. (2)These coats are from REGULAR STOCK, all BRAND NAMES, no "close-outs", no labels removed, nothing shipped in at special prices -- EVERY COAT WORTH MUCH MORE. ONLY ONCE IN 90 YEARS!!! HRISCHILLES fc 1

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