The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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*> , ./>/ Is Bride In Ce/-emdtty A Oct. 22 ,1 In i-p»lly w«ddlns «*« 1"«» JOB <«:M'_•"> MM I-**?* •«-* "5a*3s£ss&•• double-ring ceremony. Mrs Gertrude Hamilton 01 Bancroft was organis't and 'Mrs Luke Hamilton of Bancroft ^as soloist. ' The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a 6ctober,"22, ,at 10:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's, Catholic church, Alg- onar Karen' Rae' Schwarzenbach became the, bride of Edmund Krapp. The bride is the daughter of Mr. arfd Mrs Albert Schwar- z"enbach of Fenton and the bride* », .: ,: FAMOUS 1*701 "SPECIAL has NEW, exclusive Slips ovec agltolor. ' • Easily repiovabl* for cleaning. • ^VMV While rti« ctolhtt aw 1»tng waihed, Speed, Quttn'i rolling waljf oetlon fluih.i Ihrpuah Ih. IINT.,CATCHER which Krtint out lint, futz and loon dirt. Alio »rve> en a toap dlioinier Quality Compare! With Waihen Priced $40 to $50 Higher •lint Cotcher .• • "Super-Ouly Abmlnv,™ Conitrucllon . • Speed Qu«en •5eal,d tronimhslon t1*.necl, •Maximum Ouaronlei lar BUY'NOW — Pay Only $9.00 Per Month STOEBER HARDWARE " ' PUBLIC AUCTION AT FENTON, IOWA SATURDAY, OCT. 29 AT 1:00 P.M. FURNITURE 3 metal beds — complete Oak Bureau Chiffarobe Nearly new Hosptlal Bed 4 occasional tables Davenport Overstuffed Chair 3 rocking chairs Living Room Rug size 9 x 12 Large Desk 2 Library Tables Dining Room Table 8 foot 6 Dining Room Chairs Breakfast Set (table and 4 chs.) China Cabinet Curtains Fruit Jars Crockery Dishes 2 — 9' x 12' Cotton Rugs Studio Davenport Table Child's Record Player Kitchen Ware Four-burner Gas Stove Kitchen Range 7' -Refrigerator Washing Machine Sewing Machine Ironing Board Electric Iron Electric Toaster 2 Door Bookcase Porch Chairs Electric Fan Floor Lamp Table Lamp Copper Wash Boiler Wash Tubs Scatter Rugs Linens MISCELLANEOUS Lawn Mower Snow Shovel Garden Tools Garden Ho$e 2-Man Saw Log Ch^in Swinging Auger Hammer Mill gown of Ohantilly lace . with nylon tulle styled with : ed-bedice, long lilypoint-sleeves and pearl find secjuln embroider^ ed scalloped sabrina' neckline. The very full skirl «vas of la?e over nylon tulle. She woeer a fin* gertlp, length veil of imported silk illusion' attached tor a clip- crown fashioned of pearl and Sequin embroidered lace. She cat,- ried a bouquet of pink roses with white satin streamers. Her jewelry was pearl earrings, a gift.of the groom. ' Mrs Paul Schafer of Yankton, S. D. sister of the bridd, was matron of honor. Her other attendant was Mrs Richard Krapp of Bancroft, sister-in-law of the groom. Debra Schafer, niece of the bride, was flower girl. TH« ~VJt^Ki$^.te tu^ day in 'the*,AdftteV v dI $& «h C, t»7:..klrf>i:^ 1 nft(.'*B t ArlS^arine3r rtiembers ! ^aat-dhe- gUeH, Lois Shtiey of DeSt.MoIiies wettf;,p|e- sent. Mrs. Do'haldi'RoOf, Wtt^ charge of 'the devotions and M/s Clarence . flfager • P« s en<ed- ,tn« lesson /from .;, -the i*xto.^&** Christian-, Beliefs. .Mrs-' Wilftefl ' .Sfauiy, servioe. 'M6i«e« spending seve^'weBM with h'ej- cousfn, Mri -Clarence Underwood. Th* Week of P*ayer;atid S*lf Denial w}ll be ..observed this Wednesday, bet. 28 at the' The groom was attended by his . *? —. ,. .* Ty-^*»«. ti n *4- ton Met brother; Richard Krapp, 1st, church. Mrs Jack in change' of c' . -'clal'serVic.e/Which^will Cody spent- Sunday with other inembers .of • tKelr' cial'seryic.e/wnicn^wiu. ,c croft, as bestman and -William p.m. in'.the,YdUtft,,Chapel. Schwarzenbach of Algona as Groomsman and Ushers were Jack* Krapp, brother of the groom and Paul Schafer, brother-hvlaw of the bride. Following the wedding a reception was held at the plantation for ,200 guests. The guests were registered by Mrs William Schwarzenback. M^s Fred Eckart of Humboldt and Mrs Johh Berninghaus of Algona were in harge of the gifts. Receiving the gffts were Kenneth Kraptf of Bancroft and Alan Schafer of Yankton. The beautiful four tiered wedding cake .was cut and erved/by Mrs Leone Halverson >f Fenton. The bride is a graduate of the Sentra 1 ! High School and has been employed at Algona., The groom is employed at Humboldt Sales Co. at Humboldt where the couple will make their home. •** F^pIT : *jfr /^r;^r,-:^ ; • ; ^ • .: T^?>M'' trip, should Widei-amf dismayed 'famiiy, .the Nelsons Harvey^ . and David ? Gu,naersons;at Siotix Falls,. S.O'. ,' *•." "';,.•< ' " ' • Membats of,ftt« Datfew NotlH Circle aM.thsir~'f?mjne;s had a House-warming 4o£»and Mrs Nyles Helgerral iis^theryiiie. last Sunday.' %e'-flegg6nS,:Wef e plea- sahtly surprised; wR6h%ir mtoy friends ai;r}ve'd;"Wlth' well-filled baskets Jor^/pbt-ludc.,. dinner. The Heggensf.who. f brberly lived southwest, ' '-'of „' Fehvon(, recently moved '' Mrs , . tiejit atrthe;-floly.'-F,amily Hospital at Esthervfltei 'Mrs'L. J. Welp- Conveyor for 2 Good Axes 4' x ijVs' Garden Gate 2-70' pcs. 7 /e" Hay Rope 2 Hound -Rafters Saw, Hammers, etc. Some Second Hand Lumber Olhsr articles too numerous to mention 1951 FORD 4 Door Sedan TERMS; Cash, nothing to be removed until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS HENRY C. LINDSEY Lloyd Berkland. Auctioneer u ', Tke First Trust & Savings Bank. Fenton, Clerk Big Halloween Party, fehfon;; Again Planned Fenton — Final plans "have been made ,for the annual.Hal- loween party to be held Monday evening, October; '31st. This annual event is sponsored by the Town and Country Womans iCl'Ub arid' all local• bhildren of [• p|-' school age through the 8th; gra are invited to take part. Weather permitting/all thbs& ; taking part are to .gather at the Fenton park at 7 p.m. The paracJe to the Community Center will begin'at 7:30 with the Fenton fire truck taking the lead. „ All those in costume will be judged, and prizes awarded to the best dressed in the various groups present. Treats will be given to all. those in costume. Mrs Eugene Mansager is chair man of the event this year, and Mrs 'Jack Gerhart is serving as food chairman for the event. Mr and Mrs Otto Voigt of Taopi, Minn, and William Voigt, Lois and Peggy were Sunday guests in the Clifford Douglas home. The Womans Society of Christian Service of the Fenton Methodist church is serving its annual turkey supper Wednesday evening November 2nd. Serving will begin at 5 p.m. and continue until all are served. Tickets can be purchased from any of the WSCS members or at the door. Mr and Mrs J. M. Seglin from Hammond, Indiana and Mrs Vernon Perfect of Chicago, have oeen recent visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskampe. Mr and Mrs f'loyd Duncan, Mrs Eldon Duncan and Mrs Kenneth Krause attended the Smith- Veerman wedding neld at the Burt Presbyterian church. Mrs Veerman is the daughter of Mr and Mrs H. A. Smith, Burt, and a neice of Mrs Floyd Duncan ana a cousin of Mrs Krause. Mrs Edna WeUbrod of Fort Dodge was a weekend guest in the home of Mrs Sarah Weisbrod She also called on other relatives and friends while here. Other guests of Mrs Sarah Weisbrod on Sunday were M>- and Mrs Art, Shoenwetter of Klemme. The Kossuth County F.T.A. held a meeting Monday, October 7, at the Swea City school. The club has 79 members and fifty were present. Susan Montgomery, u senior at Sentral high school, was chosen Buzz-Buzz session leader for the District meeting. Marge Johnson, also senior at Sentral High wa> elect ed to be the librarian of the dub. The district meeting will be held Saturday, October *9th at Mer* gervy. The next meeting will be held at the Ledyard School, on Monday, Novombsr 21. Susan Hint«lm»n, fiudont nurse at Abbott Hospital in Minneapolis, spe,nt the weekend in the parental William 11 a n t e 1 m a n home. Mi and MK Ha? Bwnw/6 e Denver, Colorado were guests this past week, Suij,a>y to Ifx. with Mrs Emma Beimers. Fndaj they drove to Iowa City to visi lor the remainder of the weel btioiu icluruiug to Denver. .i.^. —«— -• brod wasa^patieh^at the .Esther ville hospital 'Se-yeral -.days this past week. Also'ajpatient at the same ^hospital] > ^obby, Krause, Jr..who''Under^(en^,an appendectomy , this* ^Een'ton' ^^Ke*; Jeiry, .;Jente arni' wijs tbe'scene Of i flowing *-' -, i •»*• ' .j±__>'VjCrtwiWofd *-»f rnfl r Vaudt 1 retorted • riot meeting'they had ftt(6n|ed Monday Oet. id At StafrDodgW. he IdcaV'ojfganiaftUwi received blue rt&fcon foe their dlub'Yfeat- Book. . *.,"„' , Final plans wefe made for the annual Halloween tarty, Mrs Eu- S ' me Mansageir *an3 ' Mrs Jfeck erhart appointed' mefrtfoers to Have charge of various phases of the event. \ Independence FB WomeivMeet Fenton —, The Independence Mixers Farm'Bureau Women met in the home of Mrs Ernest Berkland October 20 with 14 members and two' guests .present, Guests wer'fc Mr Lois Shuey of Des Moines and Mrs'David Berk- lahd of Fenton. .Chairman Mrs Ted Nelson was n charge of business. All the present officers will hold their same offices • for • another year Mrs Nelson told about the work shop to be' held Monday October 24th and urged ail the 'Officers to a . : Mrs Donald Root brought articles she, had made from patterns she received «t' the (lesson on 'Christmas in Octobfei]', We} voted to have Mrs Root give that les^ son at our November, meeting. ' Mrs Dale,Voigt gave the lesson on 'First Aid in a, Space Age' The November meeting will be Nov. 17 at the Eugene Huskamp home. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Members present beside the hostess were Mesdames Freda /Seims, Clarence Underwood,' Ted .Nelson,- Eldon, Rhoades, Donald Root,, Earl Luf kin. Ber,tel Berkeland,, Bennie Berk-, land, Nprris Mitchell, .Harvey Henrick'son,, Dale Voigt, Art Kabrick, and Melvin Berkland. >-, bf the iOO ciuo.jn'v 1 *''^ V *?*!!•*"*"* — ~~ " el ir^jartd -plow- tfbrfesf''Jerry, is re'cupera'tp?fMflwin|Asurgerx f 0 r,/;ru^d},a^ P eriai3t. u 7 ^ji.'i'i'-,'ir ; ^iil>.'i'Si l iii.'*i''.'- •• • Straleys, Fenton, Utter Carriers The Kofisuth County Rural Letter Carriers met at the'hofne' 0 ! Mr and Mrs S. fi. Straley' ( Fenton, Tuesday evening 01 last week for a pot.luck supper.'An election of officers for the «om,lng year was part of the ousiness meeting. Mrs Straley, president, Mrs Dick Berg, vice president, Mary Genrlch, Lone Rock, secretary and treasurer, Mrs Lewis Heifner, Titonka, news correspondent. The'men elected Guy Giddings, presfdent, Lu Verne, Pat McGuire, vice president, Burt, .qnd^S. fi. Straley, secretary and treasurer. ' \ The November meeting will be at Dick Bergs, Swea City. Mr and Mrs L. H. Pert! and Algona went on" a sight-seeing trip of 580 miles Tuesday. Going east of McGregor, jiorth along the Mississippi river to' LaCrosse Wise, and then 10 Winona and Red i Wing, Minn., where they took in the dedication of the new bridge which crosses the Mississippi river at Red Wing. GOOD USED CARS »" ste w ffi?s£ 4 . Sl5t? $1195 t9S7 FORD FORDOR V-8, R/H, Std, Trans., / S 995 a clean job _. :—-^— : —-«*•'"-* * ""1957 FORD VICTORIA V*, R/H, Std. Trans,,.. A-l , Shops, eornp. overhauled _Ai— — 1954 CHEVROLET 4 door 210, Srd. Trans., R/H, . ,J 4 New Tlrts _.— - l"^"! ^ 1952 CHEVROLET 2 door, Powerallde, metor ,'/;*« :'|7K Just'Overhauled——— __—— f , "66" SERVICE IF irs NEWS —'wfc WANT n i i TTufesiday ev^erdng.iri-'HHe;liome" W/ Mrs "Eugene :• Huskarnp' ?v#th- Mrs ; John Wai<V_ issistirie^hOstess.'rThe pro- Watfe, gram for the iM$t}v- ^as named 'Travelog of Europe' ; "£nd ^ Mrs Herbert Krauze 'artiT-Mrs Eugene Huskamp'; were>'". in: ;chargei Mrs Gerald Voigt, who-tias spent the summer in E\iro^c;v?poke.of her Weui! Compact! W///GWT , TURKEY SUPP1R Wed., November 2 Served by — Fenton ( Methodist W. S. C. S. : | •' .!•••;:,. • ' • ADULTS -$1.25 Children under 10 — 75c Serving Begins — 5 P.M. jnogeuizedV Paint wif miiurnum identifiable o4qr!' ' ' —the paipt tliat ^alsoehrm- ' ; ' nates runs, drips and! ' ' -'••spatters/ • " ; ' •; ; |-| ' i' Fentoric lumber Cp. ELCO SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL Feeding minerals don't have to be expensive tq feigdoUaSu pan eJipjiii&t<? M&fffiH'H^ u y - ou . r r ^pWd^cfe iif * ^66^ ki4e ? ifflj ""f 6 ^? olce FELCO SUPREME FEEDING MIl^ERAli.It «>n ? tains 50fo bone meal, 1% phosphorous and is low m ERAL is moderately priced and ,an important facj tor in producing.hedlthy, profitable livestock. AsK •t'> power blade saw Your cholct of 2 niodal* priced from 13950 locludini blidt. Now anyone can do 1,001 cutting jobs so easily! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON (41-44 THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa -x. Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour * Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIOT TKi Inltfi TKt wten BUILDING SERVICE if 1? <•••/ WKSTINOHOUSB ^/ Flamei§§§ Electric COOU..CUEAN,,.COQKINa is yowpi wBoa ypu, «pofc OR a IOWA ElECTUIC MCH1 ^ POWEtt •' '^>f mill mi i . / : <M«-,U' f- • # M> * »* « »

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