The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 40
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 40

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1960
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•"zpi» T l-.AI|««a (la.) U|i|>»r DM MolnM . 6*<- 1«, Wed At St. Joe Oct. 1 "A wedding took place Oct. 1 at 10 a.m. in which Mary Ann Berte 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 Mi and Mrs Alphons Berte of St. J,oe 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'fun Skirt. Her lace cap was set with 'seed pearls and held a fingertip veil of illusion. Her attendants were Mrc 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 at 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 ;:.e Iowa State Bank, Algona, the past 5V4 years. The couple will reside on a farm south- of Algona after returning from their wedding trip. (Nels Isaacson -Photo —UDM Engraving) Burt Bride Is Honored With Shower, Oct. 6 Butt — Jo Ann Johns&rt was 1 the guest of honor at a pre-Nup J tial; Miscellaneous showdr gi^eh for her in the town hall recently. Mary Baer registered the guests 1 . Mesdames Magdaline 1 . Ortrhan, Francis Smith, and Miss Alylha Masse were in charge'of a short program which included two'vo- cal numbers by Carblyn and Bobby Madson, accompanied by Miss Baars; an 'apron pontomime by Magdaline Ortman and Mar_- ian Westling; vocal duet by Marsha Dremmel and Sharon Miller accompanied by Miss Baars; and a poem, "The Pillars of a Home" — Magdaline Orxinan. , Jo Ann was assisted in open- ng her many gifts by Judy Marlow, Diane Markla, and Jayne Larson. '•.',.-. .'•' •/.•: V '* ,.'••/ LUnch was served from a .beautifully decorated, tea'table In'the bridetpbe's chosen colors,: orchid and white. Doris . Larson^.jSh aunt poured. -Hostesses , .Were'.I Mesdames Irma Prattj Ella-Sten-1 zel, Lillian Frederickspn, Mary Baers, Doris Larson, ,Magdaline Ortman, Esther Shipler, June Presthus, Harriet Black, Arlene Marlow, Jenny Riebhoff, Mary Lou, Marlow, Ethel , Dremmel, Francis Smith, Leona Lacy, Esther Miller, Hazel Stev'erts, Marian Westling, Lydia Manifs and Miss AlVina Hasse.' ' ' .; '• i*' , Jo Ann the daughter of Mrs Helen Johnson became, the bride of Jim ; Gade of Algonai at the Bancroft Lutheran church on Sunday, Oct. 16. . :' ;• fadtt Beciter, uarry-Becieer,, dhrht, Juanifa (Sofdes* arid Gerze'rnil. ' '% '' » ' *' i'Soihbffiofa.*** etrsMd Barrett, Carmen Ctiek,;Catalhi« .Qi-bM. Dbnna Paulionlftid'Marilyn Rii ^*:ii^ y&Mtt-AK '£'«. Si SthlApl V*Hed He* 'fa 'fe^/fc^ tal ftt,*j2 :K%K. ter-inlaw, Collette u ph)ssei MM '^$^1 lft .Manltato, Minn des and Kent ,,»_,„,„ 6 «,J jjtva schissel returned >4v.f k*.u.u< • u«^ *atii*»ta»ti> t Freshman -* Cheryl Anderson, Diana Becker, Oarrel Clabaugh, Linda KafeisrCfi Milton -Paulson^ hgrne' evening. -fene -.. Ley, % ti.,D. Mussman, Mrs •tfrauke Sohadendorf , • Mrs Albert > M» Buftrtt'Wtato, , {Mrs -tferry- fieetlandk M» C. - A. Pool Hall Sold The Bancroft Pool Hall, Which has been owned by Mrs John Recker of Des Moines, has been sold to Mr .and Mrs. Clyde Eckhart. Bobby Menke will continue to operate the business as in the past, however. . UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Honor Roll At Lakota Lists M Students Lakota — All stydentsj on the honor roll with p "B" average or above, are: ! Seniors — Robert Addy, Sharon 1 Apka, Maxine Clayton, John Cordes, Beverly Cushmart,; Ro WE HAVE THE GENUINE LONG ?/i«fe/>& Top Quality LASTING ujcvijZ' WINDOW MATERIALS LRuh.F r 260 li.Run.Ft.. FLEX 0-GL ASS GLASS-O-NET WYRO-GLASS SCREEN-GLASS FLEX-O-PANE -WARP'S" BRANDED ON THE EDGE MEANS SATISFACTION OOARANTffO CULLEN HARDWARE **\j * A * nf\ ^ 19 f i!£ Oni? 620 ,_„„ Efidi- V<r ?f >'. The L'akote <B6^,'S%ball sea- soh erided Hit! we|rf'With 8; victory bVer 'Blhiste'd- -84. Coach JeVry M r «!MulIe!f-"%«lSS ,the fall season .ended Mth'H'h&fe wins and five losses. Jbhn Cordes & Clare Barrett did most of the pitching for 1 .- the season and Bob Hamilton lead in the batting yrtth .421, Paul Geilenfeld hit .391, Clare Barrett and Chafold Barrett each hit .381". Bob Hamilton led in stolen bases and Charold Barfell led in ruhs scored. , Guest DayJSet ,..•,.-..- • ; • ..The : Ledy|rd Township Home* •ma 1 feSf4-'-'vfrJlt i nieal' Oct. 1 21 'at the; hotheVpi ;j,Jrs;ftusseli yttnter for| thejiv anrtuiaViOuest Say-Tea. Co-, hostesses'a^ Mrs Eryin Schwarz.j -- •" ij<lV: igh4 Winter and Mrs iw ''tewis. •Tv'O: of the uuu,.,,, officers, JVIrs Cl&r'k.of Algona and Mrs G&mpriey, of Burt »&? Expected to be t^ere and k hey will talk on the'prpper. way o mark, ballots and wiH.^lso, glye ,he program lor- the:icojnijig.;y,ear. • Also on the. program!;fo> ,that afternoon will |bei?<a - discUsslon about the Civil De.fehse jPtdgram. T All,.mernberVlre urged to=attend arid. al«|o bring a Attest.' .-' Garden <Jlub' Met ;"•"" : "'. •' j I \. f • The jLakota ; QardencClub niet with 1 Mrs i Charles; ;'Hertzke Oct. 11.;',, > :\.•";.•.•.: f?-.«-V.;Y'.F,W Hbtificatibri ihias -been jgiyen'io the local club by'thePFederated Garden Clubs; ot- Iowa .thai; they Will' present to each town one sign that readsV "This-Is A-Gajr- deh ClUb Towh';"' r Yhe sign .Will be ; . placed:.. in the 'Lakota cityj limits:'.- ' "'"••'•.•"''•? .•] ; , M ./i . Mrs William. Han yen and Viola i Hitettner ; presented a'denfohStra-, tiori, assisted by.yera Huettn^r.; liuhch-wa&'seryect ' ; - ' ! '.^' : '' ; •' Nine- Boy' Scouts, Scoutmaster J Gottlieb) Rieffer '<• and 'Asiistwitl Scoutmaster Cecil "Andersori err-, joyecl a c'Ook out at'the Cecil Aftj derson : farm 'Monday-:.evening. Following- the cobkout^ the boys pldyed 1 games -after which'*they had the' flag 'burning ceremony. Boys' at 'the outing were Rdnald Johnson, Dean Koppen, i;/Jer?y GarTett, Virgil Lewis, Gary An- eT,<*MaVk 'Hainiltoh' ahd : Elig^rife Paulson. '' r'.'•'••'•'• ! .' - '••'-% :-Supt. John W. lCobk:-wimd>f- mUsf 8Chqi6I..-8f',-Tj45; Oct. • W"s5 ; high -'schbdji • 3nd-'grade ''.school teachers rjiay att?na a(meetinfe'td be"held-ih r; ;Algona^a't'.2(30: • -'* 'Mr arid -Mrs Leoiiatii Wdnkavf went• tb .Holland, Mihh: -Wedhegf day to' attend the'.fuheral of his sister, • Mrs', Afigust'.'rWittfoth; : 61 Pipestohe/Mhvi}/'" 'v t: -• - •;;-;'* Lakota Baridr '• Mothers me.t ..lo'naay/ evening at ..the schbol. They will have a bake sale 1 Noy. 12 at City 1 'Hair-frbm '2:;tintil U p.m. Lurich'tyill be served '"all "HP terAoon -and also will-'hay* a white elephant sale. Luhch w^s served by ' Mrs ; 'Johli Cook: .Mrs Walter Christ and Mrs Albert- E; ^ MoeppV Wiiliam Schfteder, Mrs D. Ley, and Mrs L E. Wort' Mrs Pott Boyd, Secretary of Tea uauman, wno ha'S „«,. «, patient at '• St. Joseph's 'fldlpital ift .Matikato, Minn, the 'past Month,'hits' retufrtcd'ihome, N.T&& L^feota' 'tuples 4-H Club trtet' Satoday dltetnpbft at the home ofCirofyn Hey; There are- two new' membsfS, Lucille Afl- 'derssri and Marsha Smith. Mrs Cecil Andersoft **a^ a gucsfc served by Carolyn att'd 'her m6ther, Mrs W, D. Lby. £ i , t > ' Charges Filed Robert L. Sphmitt, 20, Atgona,. wns tiiaificvi Witn —I'i'rfij a restricted license and faml yield bne-half the traveled following A two-e&r mishap here Oct. 9 at 12:25' a.m..An auW iveh by Schmitt collided-.With vehicle dr.iyen by &*****' Weydefrt, 19,-Algona. Schmitt Was headed south and<Wteydeft north on .fanes street at the .time. Damage .was estimated at $260 to the Schmitt machifta afid $800 to the Weydert auto. City police investigated. '/ • ! Beaufy School Teacher Butt —'Miss Ardis Tapper, who tudio hef6 |6f last spring and,he leave!^begft clusters of new- leaves , soms were apparent on the bfl.d* IlKllI 1»A» C -T* •*»• — —»^ — i f - . 'iChristian Education 1 ,' attended the has been employed as a beauty 'iiiiniiMMin •••••••• "•"'"••••^""' - o | BARGAINS IH OdSMETlCS •, LOTIOMiS - DRUOS - VITAMWS -*''?** H, . i i p Rusk Cleansing Tissues Large Box 3-ply Tissue 3 boxes Algona, Iowa "Our Own Hardware" CY 4-4630 .. .. for Mr arid: Mrs Raymond Becker will be 'held, at the Sacred Heart'church of L6d' yard Oct. 18 at 8 p.rn, Mr and Mrs Becker recently had a fire in their house and rfiere was. an extreme loss. , Mrs A. C. Schissel, Mrs Harlan Kruse and Mrs Ida Smith went to 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! Gives you more pow per pound of engine than the compacts...more even than many full-size cars! Now you can have gas savings and go ... easy handling and all-day comfort... all to (his luxurious new Buick Special. * Where did this Buick pick up all its pep? fropa iu *iff y new tluminum V-8 that oe-. livers twice the pow per pound as the engines of most compacts! Froin iu 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 and leg room than the compacts. The 4-coU Copnp4 pension U the same kin4 as tm fm-tlix '61 Buicks w you ride M OB vtlv«." Itwi H»4* Away drive .shaft give* moff jlat fl^of space. When you gift-wrap all |bi» wi* Puick'i, Qean Look of action .. , ifeen tag it just a whisper above the compact*, Jt> no wop. der the word'* out... 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Bottle ; v AlCR«flylar, SALE ONLYI .*i/;-w >-i' J fRegular $1.09 Bottle' FACIAL PAK 1.00 REGULAR $1.50 VALUE Vita Nile Cream REGULAR ? 1 71 $2.50 VALUE "•|* J FOR OILY SKIN BUYBQTil OFIOtf-GET 30-DAY SUPPLY ? i Desent Flower $1;00 size 50c Lotion by Lanolin Plus • ' ' NAME eRANDSf PERFUMES M-'-Alid ,'••!' : Iwl '" Maynard Beautiful HandCreme I ONE POUND JAR SIZE HELEN CURTIS Hair Spray 99c SIZE LITTLE LADY JERGEN'S Hand Lotion Yardley's Lavender Hand Lotion $450 1 SIZE $1 With DEODORANT FREE! 9 BOTTLES OF MCKESSON ASPIRINS TUS8Y LADY ESTHER 4-PURPOSE CREAM REGULAR $1-49 98c Bubble Bath In Apothecary Jar VI 29 O J SIZE Jff WOND.ERFUL FtR CHRISTMAS OIFTS1 Key Tote Case '2 50 $100 SIZE 1 59c t Moisture Cream - $5 size • Moisture Cream - $3 size t Moisture Lotion - $6 size till II If I I I $2.50 SI.50 52.50 -TWO PHA8MASI5T5 URYINU YPWB NiSPS"

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