The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1960
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. y »-Al06«aJ!a.) (Jpp«r DM Molnei Tuesday Oct. 18, 1966 Priebe Bride Of David Barth, Qd. IS Constance--Kay,-' daughter of Mr and- ; Mrs .Berl Eastrrian Priebe and;David Weber Earth; .son,'-of Mr «and Mrs Paul Earth, Brpok- field, Illinois, were! [ united, .in marriage Saturday, evening at 7 in Trinity Lutheran Church, Mgona. •''';-'/ "' C- Rev. G..;Ji C. Gr|rike officiated at the double ring'ceremony. The church was decorated with candelabra and ; basnets of bronze and gold mums. Candles lined the white carpeted awle. Mr Wilbert Rhunke, organist, played for the processional and the recessional. Mrs Thomas Kinsey, soloist, sang "O, Perfect Love" and the ".Wedding Prayer" by Dunlap. , The bride, given- in marriage by s her father 1 ,'Was gowrted in White silk ,peaU'de-s6ie, iashiort ed In princess style With a chapel length sweep train. The portrait neckllrie Was Bordered. with Alencon lace, re-embroidered ivith'seed pearls. The long sleeves ended in points at the wrist. Her finger-tip veil of white Silk illusion W&9 held in place by a crown of crystal and pearls. The bride carried a. white prayer book, covered with a bouquet of stephanotis centered with a white orchid and wore a pearl choker, gift of the bridegroom. Miss Paula Priebe served, as her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Marilyn Drecsman, Algona, Miss Elizabeth Benwafe, Hinsdale, Illinois, and Miss Barbara Wavell of Long Beach, California. John Ruckrich of Chicago served as best man. Groomsmen, were Richard White, Kellogg, la., Kent Brigham, Hinsdale, Illinois, and Charles Long of Hinsdale, Illinois. Ushers were Gary Priebe, brother of the bride and Orlando Segneri, Brookfield, Illinois, A reception, for 350 guests was held at the Algona Country Club following the ceremony. Presiding at the silver service were aunts of the bride, Mrs Randall Clark and Mrs Clyde Priebe. Miss Helen Paetz, also the bride's aunt, and Mrs Leonard. Plaehn of Rhinebeck served the wedding cake. Miss Joan Sherman of Des Moines and Mrs 'William Paetz were at the punch bowl. Guests book hostess w».s Miss Valerie Lang of Des Moines. Mrs Paul Teranova and Mrs Thomas Kinsey were at the gift table. Dining room hostesses were Mrs J. Dreesman and Mrs Lyle Keith. Mrs Mildred Johnson decorated the bride's table. Marilyn Paetz and Patty Priebe were waitresses. Out-of-town guests included Mr and Mrs Leonard Plaehn, Rhinebeck, la., Agnes & Rueben Olson, .Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Addis Grie'man, 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 H. 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 Kieler, Des Moines, Bob Anderson, Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Richard Furst, Hum- DAYS ONLY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY PERMANENT ; ETHYLENE GlYCOL ANTI-FREEZE 49 GALLON ANTI-FOAM ANTI-RUST PROTECTS ALL METALS INCLUDING ALUMINUM NEW NYLON TIRE NOT A RECAP, NOT A SECOND LINE O1 DUNLOP FIRST LINE Super Gold Cup SILENT TRACTION 6.70x15 Tube Type BLACK, PLUS TAX INSTALLED FREE ALL ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE EXPERT WHEEL BALANCE $1 EACH THERMOSTATS MOST CARS 1 38 Original Equipment Type MUFFLERS '50 - '52 CHEV. C46 Comparitlvely Low Prices On AU Models HEAVY DUTY SHOCK ABSORBERS 3 ACTION 1009 NORTH MAIN PHONE CY 4-2644 Use Our IASY PAY or LAY-AWAY boldt, l^r end . ger, Lone Rdck, Mr arttI'Mrs Ed Prietfe and Mr and "tea Lloyd Berkland of Ferifott/ Mir ali'd Mrs Paul Teranova of K66kford, ill., Ann McAtee,'LaU$Age, 111. and Mr .Harry VlgnoCdni, HlghwoOd, Illnois. , 'i ' The bride, a 196? ^fiduate .of Algona High Sehobl, was gradua* ted in August from Drake tfm : Versity in Des Moihes, with a <je- gree in English, literature. She also attended the' Universltytbf Colorado at Bouider, , and; the University of Texas at Austin, Texas. ' I 'i Mr Earth holds a ''degree, 'in Pharmacy from Drake University in Des Moirtes and is at $ f esefit employed in LaQrartge,, Illin6is. The bride belongs to Kagpa, Kappa Gamma and the grobM'i^a member of Sigma Phi Epsildn fraternity. After" a Honeymoon in San Juan, Puerto" Rico, the young couple will bejat'hohie,;in LaGrange, Illinois. ,,,' (Isaacsbn Photo— UDM Engravih^).' ,~ Riles Ocf:13; Doan Church Mrs Eva L. Hansen, 79, ,died Monday night, Oct. 10, -at {.the Good Samaritan home in Algona, where she had been a patient for about 10 days. , ' ..;'.' Mrs Hansen was born Feb.- : 28, 1881, at Albion, la. She -had ; rnade tier home on a farm near- Titdnka 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 Marcli 1955. One. son also preceded her in death. . * • ; ; '? Survivors include four daughters: Mrs Grace xsaker of Swea : City, Mrs Lester Wood and' Mrs Mayme Baker, both of Marshalltown; Mrs Lottk- Hauenstein of Lancaster, Calif.; three sons: Lewis "of Burt; Lloyd of Rdck-t ford, 111.; and Ernest Davis 'ftf Genoa, 111. Twenty-one grandc; children -and- 8t great gfahdchil- 'dren also survive, . • • ' • Funeral services wterf held;al Swea> City at. 8 , p.itt, Wednesaa? at the Barries ftii«M horne vWtR the RevLTfeoy Pillman official ing. TheS-c -were theft serVifefS 10:30 a,m, ThurSda#,at;the BoSfrf Methodist churek .l&u ( Tltonka Frosh-Soph In ; Eagle Gr&ve's ' fresrimaiifSopho- teftrh Was the 6th Victim this seaMbn >bf, the Atgona'High Bullpups, 4f te 7> at Eagle Grove MoArfay riight/ . ',; . ' '.', kll Vetisei •w&uftted fdr four of:' tftfe ' t(5Ubn'dawn's, * thr'ee oft sweeping •reverses arid ; ,a /Jouith bn & pass .from'-^telhrnan-that We'itt 90' yards.If6m Wa«er tal- lie'd one oft a sphnt'through the. flih'e.' flick Hutchins anbther'on a 75-yard pass^play, arid a final pass, figel to Garmes> concluded the TD scbring. Eafle Grove's lone tally 'resulted from an intercepted 'pass.-Algona's line play as butstandiftg again. ' Practical^ all of Howie Step- hensoh's squad got into the fracas, and outgunned the Eagles •all thte'way. Half a dozfen different passers got into the act for Algbnd, whifch used both single wing and T offense'to, keep the losers off balance. ^__ Legal Notice - ' MOtlCE OF ^HOBAffi 6F WILL Statt'oMowa s§> ,,„ Dl8tffcl court be the last K" 1 Ji""j"'UJt*3""iilrtf4'" KWi«S.^l{iffiM of said' £ 1 *««'t'i> t > t>** ttte" . Clef k ,61^ Said Oiurt; fe^jiiJK'iaiiiiiirji^niaijg 1B8 °'" AlloiM, . . , v , t 1 /\llll« Jc^omDVIIl ' clerk- of the blstrtct fcourtl McMahort & Cassel, Attorneys Algona, Ibwa, ., . CASEY LOSS— DEMOCRAT * • f , *''*'; ?''-'» i ' .. '' State Representative For Kdssuth County ' - '' : ' : ' ; „-'-'•. ' ' ' ' M " • '••"- « . 7 ' ' •*" 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; • i' r ^ •'-•/"•'•'-' • , ' fc ' i * >• RESIDENT OF KOSSUTH COUNTY - A TRULY QUALIFIED MAN FOR THE POSI- '.'. - . , ••'.. ' ' » riON. YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT \ WILL BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED i'; I THREE DAYS ONLY!!! THURS.-FRL-SAT.-OCL20th-21st-Hnd READ THISM For o spectacular Anniversary prpmPtipn, we ore vforina, FORJHR6E DAYS ONU, every cpat from pur regular *twk, marked at $4Q ; QQ, $45.00, $4?.98 andI $55.00 at ON! SMAll PRICi OF $38.09- Ut ut repeat - EViRY COAT N pur regular stack, marked in the above- price range, is included - NOTHING HILP BACK. This i* pne pf the most seniatipnal prpmptipns we .have ever offeree! at the BEGINNING of a selling season. Dpn't miss it, • fl) This SP1CIAL ANNIVERSARY PROMOTION is fpr T.HM* DAYS ONLY , Q n Monday mprning oil ?pets will be returned tp regular stpck and marked as befpre. S?Th«* wats are from REGULAR STOCK, all BRAND NAMES, no "cjpsiheutt", £ ! label*Tempyed, npthing shipped in at special prices - EVERY COAT WORTH MUCH MORE- • " . ONLY ONCE IN 90 YEARS!!! mi sB pR wB^ -HP ^^B|^^ ^^Bl^' ^W ^w ^^ ^^^^w w^^^^ ^^^^B^ ^^ui^^

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