The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 16
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•T" (la.) Upper 5§i Maine* Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 1 Wed At St. Joe Oct. 1 r A wedding took place Oct. 1 at 10 a.m. in which Mary Ann B6rte and Delano Grimm were united in marriage at St. Joseph's church at< St. Joe. Rev. Leo Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Alphons Berte of St. Joe and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Eli Grimm, West Bend. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a chapel- length gown of Chantilly lace and tulle. The neckline was softly scalloped. The fitted bodice and full length sleeves softened the full skirt. Her lace cap was set with seed pearls and ) eld n fingertip veil of illusion. Her attendants were Mr; Pe ter C. Reding and LaVonne. Grimm. The groom's attendants were Dean Grimm and Peter C. Reding, ushers were James Berte and Eli Grimm, Jr. A wedding dinner and reception was held at the Plantation »t Whittemore. Mrs Harold Bec- ker and Mrs Ed Grimm poured and Mrs Vernon Berte and Mrs Arlo Grimm served wedding cake. Carolyn Banwart and Miss Grimm were in charge of the guest book. Mr Grimm is a graduate of West Bend high school and has, been farming the past several years. Mrs Grimm graduated from St. Joe high school and has been employed at iTie Iowa State Bank, Algona, the past 5V'z years. The couple will reside on a farm south of Algona after returning from their wedding trip. (Nels Isaacson Photo —UDM Engraving) Pool Hall Sold The Bancroft Pool Hall, which has been owned by Mrs John Recker of Dos Moines, has been sold to Mr and Mrs Clyde Eckhart. Bobby Menkc will continue to operate the business as in the past, however. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Burl Bride Is Honored With Shower, Oct. 6 Burt -- Jo Ann Johnson was the micst of honor at a pre-Nuptial Misi'1'llaiu.'ous shower given for her in the town hall recently. Mnry Hair registered tho guests. Mesdames Magdaline Oilman, Francis Smith, and Miss Alvina Masse were in charge of a short program which included two vocal numbers, by Carolyn and Bobby Madson. accompanied by Miss Baars; an apron pontomime by Magdaline Ortman and Marian Westling; vocal duet by Marsha Drernmel and Sharon Miller accompanied by Miss Baars: and a poom, "The Pillars of a Home" — Magdaline Oriman. Jo Ann was assisted in openly her many gifts by Judy Mar- !ow. Diane Markla, and Jayne Larson. Lunch was served from a beautifully decorated, tea table in the bricletobe's chosen colors, orchid and white. Doris Larson N ^ an aunt poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Irma Pratt, Ella Stenzel, Lillian Frederiekson, Mary Baers, Doris Larson, Magdaline Ortman, Esther Shipler, June Presthus, Harriet Black, Arlcne Marlow, Jenny Riebhoff, Mary Lou Marlow, Ethel Drcmmel, Francis Smith, Leona Lacy, Esther Miller, Hazel Stevens, Marian Wcslling, Lydia Manus and Miss Alvina Hasse. Jo Ann the daughter of Mrs Helen Johnson became the bride of Jim Gade of Algona at the Bancroft Lutheran, church on Sunday, Oct. 16. Honor Roll At Lakota Lists 24 Students Lakota — All students on the honor roll with a "B" average or above are: Seniors — Robert Addy, Sharon Apka, Maxine Clayton, John Cordes, Beverly Cushman, Ro- WE HAVE THE GENUINE , A L <P-fi?ir 7/)aSlfQ To/>Qua/ity LAST.^G^^p WlND ^ wMATER|ALS WINDOW g!s.gjiivg. s^n^sc? S^KwSww^* 291 ''Only' [4OI ilS r 620 O-GLASS GLASS-O-NET WYR O-GLASS GREEN-GLASS -***** ,, • liK^ w • MI1C • •IANOED ON THE EDGE MEANS SATISFACTION OVARANTffD GU11EN HARDWARE Algona, Iowa "Our Own Hardware" CY 4-4630 ncrt TTamilton ahd Susan fiion- horn. Juniors — Clare»Barrett, Albert Becker, Larry Becker, Dean Christ, Juanita Cordes and Kent Gerzema. Sophomore — Charold Barrett, Cm-men Cook, Caroline Groff, Donna Paulson and Marilyn Kip- pentrop. Freshman — Cheryl Anderson, Diana Becker, Barrel Clabaugh. Linda Karels, Carolyn Ley and Milton Paulson. . : . Season End* The Lakota Boys Baseball season ended last WCCK with a victory over • Ringsted 8-4. Coach Jerry McMullen states the fall season ended with thrfee wins and fivu losses. John Cordes & Clare Barrett did most of the pitching for the season and Bob Hamilton lead in the batting with .421, Paul Gdlenfeld hit .391, Clare Barrett and Charold Barrett each hit .381. Bob Hamilton led in stolen bases and Charold Barrett led in runs scored. Guest Day Set The Ledyard Township Homemakers will meet Oct. 21 at tht home of Mrs Russell Winter for their annual Guest T5ay Te.a. Co- hostesses are Mrs Ervin Schwarz Mrs Raymond Winter and Mrs Lawrence Lewis. Two of the county officers, Mrs Clark of Algona and Mrs Campney of Burt are expected to be there and they will talk on the proper way to mark ballots and will also give the program for the coming year. Also on the program for that afternoon will be a discussion about the Civil Defense Program. All members are urged to attend and also bring a guest. Garden Club Met The Lakota Garden Club ,jnet with Mrs Charles Hertzke Oct. 11. Notification has been given to the local club by the Federated Garden Clubs bf Iowa that they will present to each town one sign that reads: "This Is A Garden Club Town." The sign will be placed, in the Lakota city limits. ,' Mrs William Han.-en and Viola Huettner presented a demonstration, assisted by Vera Huettner. Lunch was serveoV' Nine Boy Scouts, Scoutmaster Gottlieb Rieffer and Assistant Scoutmaster Cecil Anderson enjoyed a cook out at the Cecil Anderson farm Monday evening. Following the cookout the boys played games after which they had the flag burning ceremony- Boys at the outing were Ronald Johnson, Dean Koppen, Jecry Garrett, Virgil Lewis, Gary Anderson, Paul Kruse, Bruce Meuiv er, Mark Hamilton and Eugene Paulson. r , * > Supt, John W. Cook will dis« miss school at 1:45 Oct. 20 VK» high , school and grade school teachers may. attend a meeting to be held, in Algona at : 2:30. : Mr arid .Mrs Leonard Weinkauf went to Holland,, Minn. .Wednesday to. attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs August- Wittfoth 0* Pipestone, Minn. -...-.... : , Lakota Band Mothers met Monday evening, at the school. .They will ,have a bakb sale Nov. 12 at City ,Hall from 2 Cunti} „$ p.m.. Lunch /will be served all afternoon anil also will have a white elephant sale. Lunch was served. ,bjf'- Mrs John Cook..- Mrs Walter Christ hnd Mrs Albert E. Sleper. . '. ' . '..r Open house for Mr ,and Mrs Raymond Becker will be held at' the Sacred Heart- church -of-Led-! yard Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. Mr and Mrs Becker recently had a fire in their house and .rtere was ..an extreme loss. ' Mrs A. C.'Schissel, Mrs Harlan Kruse and Mrs. Ida Smith .went to t Minneapolis Monday. Mrs Smith went to visit her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Ward Dawson at Excelsior, and will stay for a week or so. Mrs Kruse Meet '61s new-size sizzler! ht (. __ Gives you more pow per pound of tngine than the compacts , . . more tven than many full-size cars! Now you can have gas savings and go ... «a*y handling and all day comfort . . . all IB th« luxunoui new Buick Special. to Where did this Buick pick up all its pep? * that d«- : livers nvice the pow per pound as the engine* of most compacts! From its new aluminum transmission*—the liveliest automatic in any carl Together they give the whiz which normally would have meant adding 500 pounds more weight. And, for ride . . . the Special is host to the most. The big Comfort Zone gives you more total head, hip arid leg room than SPECIAL-SIZE the compacts. The 4-coil Control Ana it» pension ii the. tame kind at on nill-siit '01 Buicks so you ride "on velvet." The Hide- Awav drive shaft gives more lat 8oor ipict. When you gift-wrap all this with Buick'* Clean Look of action ... then tag it just* a whisper above the compact., it'i no wo* der the word'* out... '«i if iiiict'* ?.bestofbpthworlds xtStT* BUICKSPECIAL SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW ... Dealer In Algona Is: UUllULTil DlfU5«| South Phillips St. visitpd hor twin sistor nnd fnmi- ly, Rev. and Mrs Oclbcrt Bccn- kcn. Mrs Sohissel vwltod hor «is- tor-inlnw, Collette Schissol. Mrs Kruso and Mrs Schissel returned homo Tuesday evening. . Attending the North Central Presbyterian meeting at Goldfield Wednesday were Mrs W. E. Ley, Mrs H. D. Mussmnn. Mrs Frauke Schadendorf, Mrs Albert Rippentrop, Mrs Russell Winter. Mrs Jerry Heetland, Mrs C. A. Gutknecht, Mrs Burdette Hoepp- r.er, Mrs William Schroeder. Mrs W D. Ley. and Mrs I. E. Wortman Mrs Don Boyd, Secretary of Christian Education, attended the Presbyterian mperinR Tnestlny, Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs Fred Bauman, who lias been a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Mnnkato, Minn, the past month, has returned home. The Lakota Luckies 4-H Club mfet Saturday afternoon at. the home of Carolyn Ley. There, arc two new members, Lucille Anderson and Marsha Smith. Mrs Cecil Anderson -,as a guest. Lunch was served by Carolyn and her -mother, Mrs W. D. Ley. Charges Filed Robert L. Schmitt, 20, Algona, was charged with driving with a restricted liccn^.- and failing to yield one-half the traveled mad following a two-car mishap here Oct.. 9 at 12:25 a.m. An auto driven by Schmitt, collided with a vehicle driven by Bernard N. Weydert, 19, Algona. Schmitt was beaded south and Weydert north on Jones street at the time. Damage was estimated at. $250 to the Schmitt machine and $300 tq the Weydert auto. City police investigated. Beautv School Teacher Burt — Miss Ardis Tapper, who has been employed as a beauty fiperntor in ThrlmfTs ' Bomily Studio here for the. past two months, has accepted a teaching position in the La James Beauty Academy, Mason City. She began her leaching duties there on Monday, Oct. 3. A rare occurrence tok place recently when a cherry tree in tho back yard of , the Mob Clark home in Monticello began to bloom and sprout leaves. The tree bloomed last spring, and, after a late fall, the leaves bega^ to fall. Then clusters of new leaves and blossoms were apparent on the budding tree. BARGAINS IN COSMETICS - LOTIONS - DRUGS - VITAMINS Rusk Cleansing Tissues Large Box 3-ply Tissue 3 boxes 79c Rubbing Alcohol, Beg- 59c value 3 for $1 Ipana Toothpaste, Reg. $1.38 value, 2 for 99c LANOLIN PLUS Egg Shampoo Dandruff Shampoo ••.!-• I Cream Rinso All Regular $2.25 THIS SALE ONLY! 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