The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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• f October 25, 1960 October 25, 1960 Gehls your best deal when it comes to row crops li 1. or 2-Row. Crop Head Tall-and-rahk or down-and-fangled—GeM Row-Crop Attachments gd to work with real high-capacity chopping. You get better silage, top, with GehTa deaner, finer cutting! , Gehl safety features include the .exclusive safely dutch for use when examining the machine ' in' tiie field' and the forward-neutral-reverse lever which gives instant- operating control from the tractor seat. ', ; , ' Morei fanners own y Gehf Chop-An -than any Lois Besch Of Whiftemore Is Oct. 15 Bride Whitietnor'e — Lois Beach, daughter qf Mrs Pearl Besch and the late Mike L. Besch of WJiit- temore, and" Donald, E. Grand* genettt son of Mr and' Mrs He,nry Grandgenett of Bancroft Were married in /a • double ring ceremony at 9:30 a.m". Saturday, Oct. 15, in St. Michael's Catholic church. Rev. Philip Dailey\ officiating Acolytes were Robert and\ Dennis Besch.' • Sister Mary Eleanor, organist, accompanied soloist Mary LOG* bach. . i The bride was escorted to.Hhe altar by her brother, Jerome Besch. She was attired in a whije- tnffeta lace gown with rows of fabric giving front bodice empire waist effect, with a Sabrina neckline and long Chantilly beeves ending st the wrist.'Her skirt was bands of appliqued chantilly and self-fabric roses' adorning the beautiful full ga- hered taffeta skirt. GEHL Cfo&fr-GJU, other, independent'makel Check'our special^ deal on PHONOUNCf ll C> '•••'. .-• .'•.•- /'.' ' '. You can't beat Gehl's lower price 116 So. Thorlngton ALGONA, IOWA , ' '/ . ' " ' ' ' ' CY 4-2421 '.er elbow length veil, of''.Im- ported English . bridal illusion with scalloped rolled edge and appliqued motifs Of chantilly laCe was. hold in place by a Queens crown of rhinestonos and pearls. She carried a bouquet of red and .white sweetheart roses on a white prayer book. Betty Besch was inaid of honor and Darlene grandgenett and Mrs Elmer "Schneider were brides- jmaids. Duane ' Grandgenett was ,-hest man, James McCorthcy and jMaurico Bcsch attended as groomsmen. Mary Walker was In 'charge'of -the guest book, Carol Kollasch, Patricia Kollasch and Mrs,Janjes Johnson were in charge of the •gifts. A reception and dinner 'were held at the Plantation dining room for relatives and friends. 1 The bride attended Presentation . Academy and graduated tyith the class of 1957 and for the post year has been employed as receptionist for Dr. L. L. Syndcr in' Algona. S The bridgegroom attended St. John's school at Bancroft and graduated with the 1 " class of 1957 4nd from 1 Northwestern Institute of Medical Technology in 1959 and for the past year has been employed at the Onawa Hospital at Onawa. After a wedding «r;p they will reside in Onawa. Properly Sold The former teacherage 'home occupied by Mr and Mrs H. W. Behnke and the former Henry Kueeker home which was recently bought by St. Paul's congregation to make play grounds ,for St. Paul'k Lutheran school, were sold last Saturday 'at auction. Erwin Sicms bought the teacherago and Lawrence Meyer bought the garage^ Forfest Gilmore bought the Kueeker home, and a btisc- ment is in progress and the wall is being layed and this home will be moved to High Lawn addition. John Schuller bought the garage. This will give the school three lots for playground. Emergency^ Surgery Ellen Ann, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs : Elvm Meyer, was rushed to Park hospital, Mason City, : where she underwent surgery Friday.'At last report,she has improved slightly. Mr and Mrs R. • E. Locke and daughters, Mrs Bernice Nickols and Mrs Miles Nickols of Remer, Minn., and Elma Locke of Grand Rapids, Mitin., Arthur Locke and Mrs Bessie Walker of Algona, were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker. \ New 4-H Officers RE-ELECT CLARA WALKER WIDOV\( OF WORLD WAR VETERAN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR GOUNTY RECdRPER KOSSUTH ! CQUNTY r IOWA 1 ^f * Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated QUALIFIED &; EXPERIENCED .• - -/A. <-' t''*.-U.'.~ *v— '• ''"- ' - Four new officers were elected io head Ihe Kossuih,4-M bafya Clubs at their annual meeting held here recently. They are Tom Henry, Algona, president, Tom Nurre, Bancroft, vice president, Aj-t Mogler, Whittemore, secretary, and TonvLampe, furt, reporter. . ~ new officers are shown in the above photo with the ret^nng enocerswae a distric^4-H meeting ir .preparation for the county officer school, slated Nov. 5 at the high school Annex. (Extension Office Photo - UDM Engraving). _ Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and Gloria, and Nancy spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Victor Mueller at Ventura. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs, Eldora, Ella Rae and Eyonho'ana Everett spent from Friday until Saturday last week visiting at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Leu m Michigan. "Mr, and Mrs.Reinhard Zumach returned- from Watertown, Wis.,' where they attended, the funeral of a Telative last weeit; •. •> Mr .and Mrs Carl Sicbrecht of Storm Lake were Sunday guests at the home of Mr «nd Mrs Herman Voigt. Oct. 3, 1871, at Algona. She and icr late husband managed a ho- rl on East State street here. For .ie past several years, Mrs McCall had made her'home in Seat- le with her niece, Cora Hubbard, who survives. • . Tilla McCall Rites, Seattle Word has -been received heie Of the death of a former well- known, • long-time resident, 'Mrs Tilla -McCall, 89, at .Seattle Wash^ She ,succumbe,d-»0ctj v '.l- -to a , qirculatory ailrnent. t Services • 1 Seattle.' , .. . . . She was born Tilla Hubbard on 9 New Cars Registered Here • With new cars' for 1961 just reaching the showrooms, the new :ar sales for last week were mostly late sales of 1960s. They went to the following: * ; Ford — Jim > Kelley, : Algona; Wendell R. Ringsdorf, Burt (1961): Tony- Seiler, : Wesley,*', Falcon 1 , (1961); Luke McGuire, Burt (1961). - • ;.:- '. : Mercury '—• • Sigfred Johnson, Swea City. . j :> , ,. ••' • Oldsmobile — \Art Odegaard, Algona. " , • ,j;M < ; ;,/. •«• Chevrolti'^.',Wayne M.»Elbert, Whitteniore; j Allen,; :E.; fOwens,' Armstrong. ; ;J....! '_...., .'.,.!..',..,^.r-«-*-*-- ' bodge — Lewis D. Bishop, Algona (1961). " '•/:" T H E R' M O G A S NO. 15-IN<A SERIES THERMOGAS Calorie Built- Living! CALORIC NEW BUILTrlN Let Mrs. Ed Bowman •f - COOKING UNITS Then Why Not See For Yourself? The Ed Bowman family of Algona is quick to agree that CALORIC helps ?et some mighty fine meals on the table. And Mrs Bowman is ready to second the motion. She says, "My husband • has built many fine homes with a lot pf different makes^of built-ins, but I must agree, he picked the finest of them all for our home." The kitcjien at Bowman's beaytiful new hpm,e is well .enhanced by the handsome new CALORIC built-ins. (See above photo). If you want to know about really modern cooking, let Mr? N Bowman tell you, "It's CALQRICI" MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE USING CALORIC GAS BUILT-INS - AND HERE'S WHY ! *There is no worry about broiling with oven door open. * You have the added convenience of eye-level visibility of controls which can either be manual or automatic. *There is automatic oven control. * Automatic lighting of all burners — no matches. *Door panel* of bright or satin metal finish — or porcelain enamel in white, black, pastel colors. *Signal light to indicate when oven reaches a desirable temperature. *Non-iarring balanced action oven door. * Heavy thick Fiberglass insulation. » Whether You Are Remodeling, Building New Or Trading ' Ranges, There Is A CALORIC Gas Built-in For Your Kitchen. Prices Are No Higher Than A Regular Gas Range! LET US SHOW YOU HOW EASY IT IS TO BUY CALORIC GAS COOKING UNITS THERMOGAS CO. of ALGONA THERMOGAS THERMOOAS THERMOGAS

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