The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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Lone Rock Girl Is Bride Of Ken Krause, Fenton sofy fleck daughter lette ,Patti J*er> ofi-, Mlr'and Mris -, Ernil Person bf ,l<ofl6 ftoek, Was .married td ,.K|hneth Joseph Ktause, son 6t the', late Arnold Krause, aftd Mrs' Teresa Krause '6jf PbcfiHontas^in a double ring C6rem6ny\ solmenke'd. b^ Father -Philip /Datley 'at 'St. Michael's Church in Whittemore > on Saturday; October 8th, at 10:30 a.m. . . -, .The 'attendants Were Sue tam- xse of Des Moiries, Maid df Honor, and Elaine Pugh of Bed Moines, bridesmaid. The bridgegroorn.,at- teridahts were John Ryan of Env , metsbufgi, and* -Merle Voigt of Fentoni Cheryl Ann Engleby, of Swea City, niece of the bride was floWer girl. Ushers were Burnette Heine and Robert Mitchell of Fenton. ,The Bride wore a gown of floor length white chantel lace and ,tu}le over, nylon' net^arid taffeta. The bodice was lace, over taffet4 with basque styling ahd .modified Torso wM'Deetf P°to* fMnt an , d back of waist. The'Saprirta neckline was of softly 1 scalloped lace and set with ornamental sequins trim. The sleeves were df ftp length lace ending in a point at the wristr The full skirt; was. of scalloped chantel lace arid tulle Over foundation of Nylon net and composed of alternating flounces of scalloped lace rand tulle. The finger-tip veil .was ot White imported • illusion attached to, a headpiece of scalloped Queen's Crown'In star design of pearl and seqUin adorned lace. ( A reception was held at 12:30 In the' school basement. Jean Hammerstrom, cousin of the bride Was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Harold Becker, of Burt, Cousin of the Bride, cut the PffATOES AND APPLES WASHED RED or WHITE POTATOES LARGE SOLID REDPONTIACS .s * r i J i *. . . . 3 -,' i » 100 LB. BAG • $ 1.98 EAST END Grocery I CY 4-3762 "WE DELIVER" ALGONA I '-" --...'••: ': - -'••'- ' ' : ••"•'-'• ' •" • '••-; — —-^— •• SAVE 25% ON YOUR HEATING BILLS... INSTALL ADEQUATE INSULATION It's a foct! Unless your house Is properly inflated, yo« are wqsting more than the cost pf Insulation in heating bills. Proper insulation doesn't cost, it saves, let us advise ypM on how fcesf to insulate ypyr home, 'And 1 we'll tell yp« hpw ypu sail easily dp it yourself in less than one weekend, YPM may put all materials budget ROU-TYPE INSULATION FOR 1000 SQ. FT. AREA ONLY s 54 E!K6« JVl|rS" *w*jr*4 - *-.y*e*««-"""- •-*-3» Atin$ oi ft* Bride, Bt»ur«Jd, £ttnc| gWved, by Mrs L&vstW aniinerstfom of .Laurens low* After a few duys -trip into ,th6 Black Hills the couple ^re at. home in, their new home in the 3us> Krauge apartments in Fen* on. The bride graduated from he Lone Rock tttgu School and attended Mankato - Commercial College. Mrs Krause was employ* ed'for two years by the Equitable Insurance Co. in Des Moines and Is presently employed as, typist for the Chamber oi Commerce in Algona, Iowa. Mr irause graduateu from Fenton ttgh and Attended/a Mechanics Training School in Kansas City. He HOW operates the Phillips 66 Station and Garage in' Fehton. . ..,.3 A. D. Newbrough has arrived -home from St. Ann hospital after being -a patient there for 4'weeks. She suffered a heart attack and is now recovering. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker visited recently in the' Mr and Mrs Art Pete'rsen home in Otto- ien. Mrs Milton Madison, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Willis Cotton, Mrs Clair Bellinger, Mrs Robert FoUr- tney, Mrs'CTE. Nbrdine, Mrs'Art Person, Mrs Ralph'Hammerstrom and Mrs Ed Blanchhrd attended the Fall Presbyterial. at Goldfield. Mrs, Hulda Heuiple df Pasadena, was a recent 'caller in the Gerald Radig honie.' ' . Mr and Mrs-Leslie "Baxter attended, the 40th ,We'dding anniversary arid Open-House for Mr and Mrs' George" Loeweriberg in Fairmont. . , * , • ,,, , Supper guests at' the L;ec Schmidt hbme Monday evening were .Mr and' Mrs Harry Kurtz of Lake Mills, Wise., Mr and MI'S J. W. Campbell qf Iowa Falls and Mr' and Mrs Robert Schmidt Sr and Mike Rouse of , Fairmont Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Linda aria Helena, and Joel Hentggs, Mr and Mrs;Ben Schmidt and/Terry Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, R6 bert Schmidt, • and"' David and Rodney,. Mr' and „ Mrs Herber Haac'kbarth'f Dirk, and Deniie Mr and.Mrs^Donald Meyer,, Befc ky, Blainl,! and Karen.'and;Mr and 1 Mrs F. 1 J." Sullivan and chil dreri. . Thfe 'occasion was Mr Schmidt's jbirthday. '' ' ' ' 'i ,' The American Legion 'Auxi liary met Wednesday, Oct. ,,5 wjth Mrs Jack.Quinn and Mr Roy Jensen'as hostesses. Eleve members -and two 'guests wgr 'prese'nt: The November meetfn Mil be held £t the' hall Nov. 2'd 2 p.m. with Mrs' 'Jim L,qng, Mr Ralph Thompson «nd Mrs Ervin Votteler as hostt-aaes. t.'t ottantieseft'S jerry Jtente) tortto ..«- -— - atient at Holy Family Hjwpi t Esthefville follbwiflg Strfgf. ot & ruptured appendix, is htfme gain and recuperating -satisfac- orily. Mr arid Mrs Henry Ldbft en ertained at coffee Sunday noring Mi's Martin .Wiibeig John Jbhatineseh' who" OPSe. T Keir birthday anniversaries Oct. S. Other guests included Mr and tfrS Laurence JoKarthesen, Mt nd Mrs Fred .Johantteiefr, .Deb- pie, Carol and RlckieV Mr 1 and Mrs Jack Loof t and Tdtamy, Mrs John ' Johartneseh and Martin Wilberg.. ' "- ' ' ,Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersett called on the O. R. Pattersons, Ringsted,' Sunday' evening. • « Mrs William -Gllcnrlst of St.- Joseph, "Mo. spent several days, ast week With 'her parents the; O. R. Pattersens at Ringsted ahd alsd-visited-with her sister and amily, the Dpnald ororiks. 7 '' „ 4-H leaders of this area met. With, .their" comfhittep-Wonlan, Mrs Henry Looft'ThU/sday'after- nooh'-at the Elmer'Anliker "home at 'Whliterhore and i: btitlinect the club '.program .for th'e',.'yeat. ' ,, Loveda Ewoldf Oi Whittemore Mr Doocy -was a .patient at St. Mary's hospital. They spent soifte time with thel* son a« owatonna after leaving : the hospital Alice Menke attd Dbnna Bergman spent Saturday at Cherokee where they attended the wedding of a former classmate. .' Mrs Cflrlyle En'gieby and Dale and Mrs T. R,, Doocy,- Ledyard, spent Monday .afternoon at the Laurence Befgtnan: Cletus Dorr and Richard Mfenke homes. WedOcOJ . . _.,•>,. Whlitemore —'Loved*, Ewoldt, daughter'of Mrs Mafgaret'EWoldf and the late Elmer -fiwoldt of Whittemore, exchanged nuptial vows with Nojrmal- IX; Barber df Fort Dodge; 'son'of'Mr and Mis Ofville Barber' 'of' Wfiittemqre, Sunday'Oct. 23; in a dolibje ring ceremony 'at St. ••PauVs 'Lutterah churdh 'at 2:00/i),W.,' .Rev'.'^Cleo KautsCh" officiating. f / ( •( '•'-'.' The ''Hi'l'rlpf '•utai''datv At Swea City Swea Cily - i - The annual Lions Halloween party Will be held Halloween night. Youngsters in cqstume are asked to meet at the Bell garage for judging. Each child in costume will receive 25c. From "the-'ga'irake' the grbup' Will g'd,t6 the Football'field for' games and/ffeehot;dogs and pop. . '•The WSCS of the'. Methodist church will frieet on Wednesday afternoon,'Nov.'2 at, 2 p.m. ' Mrs GVaee 1 Baker has. gone -to Aschville, N; C. where 'she \t\\\ spend the, winter at'the home of her daughter and family! the R W Spencers, Amery 'Charlson, Clifford Anderson, Roy Valvick, ahd Waltet GoradzkowSkT Speht several days n Northerh Mirin fishing The Legioh Auxiliary voted to send $12 to. the sponsored child it the slate hospital at a iccent Tieeting In other business $5 was icrit to the State Veterans Hospi- ;al)4nd $2 to'the Auxllidiy to iielp spbnsor tbv. 'crippled chiU ireri's tlinte at Algona. ' Ab6u£ 100 bdbks ,have been l5litl to the'Swea Cffy Library in recent weeks the books in- etude adult bot*K5, rnysleries, westerns, sports, juvenile. Mr a.nd Mrs Arlo Hanson are parents of their second «on, David Dale. The lad was born Oct. 12. The Wilbur Bacons are grandparents. Mr and Mrs David Fritz of ManHato became the parents of their second son Oct. 16. The Maynard Hurlburts are grandparents and Mrs 'JElmer flelspn is great-grandmothei. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mann, Mrs Cora Stow and Mrs Lawrence Doege of Burt visited at the Cecil GodfredSon home Tuesday evening. ,- - - • ._,_..- r ^ % Brother Of Local Man Ends Medic Job In Europe Lloyd J Roth, brother, of Harold S. Roth, has returned from Germany, where he was ,an exchange professor m the medical school of the Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main,'West* Germany. " • He wa§ acdomfranied, by his wife, Mary Jane, and their three children.''in addition to the three months' stay in West Germany, he, Roths also visited Berlin, ngland, France, Italy, Denmark nd Sweden; .Dennis Roth, age fu«c(ay, Oef. 25, Algeria (fa.) Ufip«» 17, entered-Columbia Ojilversity In Hew York City upon hfs return. Dr. Roth Is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology in the ?chool of Medicine, University Of Chicago. West Virginia became, the 35th state of the Union in 1868. ' J.11C unuc wao COUVA. b^u tO ttlG altkr rby 'h'er uriCle] • JSmes D. liiridhorst. of • Algo>iW The' Wide, w"as' [attractive !iri,''tlje-|wedd{|ig ^gbjvri ipi whiqj\ 'lief 1 " aprife ^vida "Sparks..was ..married. -. •' •- -. !' 'The :priricess ;styled v dress j f of ivory saiin with fitted bodiqe and arquisette ed { .in es with points at the wrist, artd ! a flowing train. Her veil edged; in •lacef Wast \of \ Hre s^}kt fusion helrf In place Vy Vlilvertiara She carried a colonial bouquet of " yeetheart '& white Seneca Women Learn Of New Church Group Seneca — Mrs Kenneth Thompson and Bertha Olsen were hostesses .to the Blakjer Womans Missionary Federation Thursday, Rev. David Vigen had charge of devotions. Mrs Curtis Olsen • pre-^ sented Bible study, assisted by Mrs Laurence Johannesen. The department of Evangelism was presented by Mrs Melvin Bratrud.. -, Mrs Henry Looft, a delegate to the constituting meeting of the American Lutheran Church Women held recently at Lakota, outlined the work of the newly- or- gani?ed group. Guests included Mrs Darlene Heerdt and daughter, Mrs Marie Heerdt and Mrs Axel Thompson, all of Ringsted, ana Mrs Arthur Bergum. Mrs Bergum joined, the WMF at this meeting. , Mrs August Nelson and Mrs Raymond Bergum will be the November hostesses. 4»H Club Met Timmy and Tommy Struecker were hosts to the Seneca Proges- sive Farmers 4-H Club at their home Oct. 10. Six now members yere welcomed into the club at this meeting. They were Dan, Richard ana Tom Lynch, Mike Larsen, JacH GielenfeJd and tleiuus Tippe. Talks were given by Bi Johnson and Tim Struecker, Loren Menz will be the Nov. host. •••••••••••BBEBEBE carnations,, an reuses' "centered 'WH orchid.) ' u- » • } ,, -j ) /• Lor'ri'a Ewoldt was maid of ho-( nor .and. Mrs Ppnaldj J^udwig was bridesmaid. Joan -Ewoldt was flower girl. Jimmie Ewqjdt was ring bdarer and cafrlec? the rings on a .white heart "shaped satin pillow. Ralph > Sobers ,' was best man. and Terrance" Behlmer was groomsman. Russell ',-Parber and Hank Ewbidt were ushers. 4 ^, • ' Reube"H Butzk'eV 'church' bj-gan- ist, Played the, wadding rfiarch and,act9mpaniea:%s C}eo Kautsch wKp sang" two selections. r » A? reception j w*s. tM<|> |'1 the jchurch' parlors. Hollowing ! the ceremony, Sharon Barber wps in charge of the; guest book,) Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl cut the cake, Mrs Mervyn Beisch poured.' Table waitresses were Nbrma Gade, Dana Pettit, Mrs, Dickl Mop and Karen Torkelson. ! Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Judy. Lindhorst, Barbara Lindhorst; Sherry LJndhorst 'and Myrna Ewoldt were in cnarge of gifts. The bride graduated with the class of J959 from Whittemore high school and nas been em-' ployed as part time clerk in the Urich Variety store. . The bridegroom attended St. Paul's Lutheran acnool and 1 graduated with the class of 1955, served four years in the air force and is employed in Fort Dodge where they will reside. The Federal Bureau of Investigation was created in 1608. STORAGF CABINBTS, me»ftl» aft Cfpper L»es Moines Ji aw Harvest Moon Ball ' Fri., » Oct. 28 ., Mid West Caravan ~ Thornton Fireman! Partial Sat., - Octv29 Managers Night •( ' On The House Party Free Pop, Ice, Popcorn. Penny Beet ;•' Bob White b Orch, Now you Know! The Insurant* »rtbl«m»* By L< S. Bohannoft QUESTION: Is the Assigned Risk Pool only for drivers under 25 years old? ANSWER) Not at all. A driver of any age. may have gome- thing in his driving history Which makes the Insurance companies unwilling to insure him<volunlarlly. He then mutt go to the Assigned Risk pool for his insurance. * If youll addresi your own insurance questions to this •£• flee, well try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any'kind. . LS.BOHANNON 8 N. Dodge i CY 4-4443 faammammm^mmmummmmmmmmmmmuvmmmmemmmmmmmmmmMmnmmmmmmmmw AKING OTE ,f /WprW Wa^r I ''•;,Farm KELLEY LUMBER CO. Have Hay The Seneca Lu:5ier Leaguers held a hay ride Sunday, evening. Tl^e leaguers and their guests. approximately 20 in all, met at the Henry Wilberg home for the ride. Henry Wilberg drove the tractor with the hayrack. The -group was accompanied by Pev, and Mrs David Vigen. At the conclusion of the ride the group urned at the WUberg Ijonie for weiner Mr and Mrs 0°n Kennedy family' Mr jmd Mrs Dov. piierdet and family and Mr Ifld Mrs'- Floyd Brekke and lajnjly Surprised thp j§rnes Kenjjedys «t their home §unday evening. The occasion was Mrs James Kennedy's birthday anniversary. Mrs Floyd Salisbury spent ... early part of las.t week at Hows, City where Diana had a check- r and Mrs John and Rwutld weie Sunday guebt;. Bancroft Girl Hospitalized At Iowa City Bancroft — Cindy, three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Her- pld Boeckholt, entered the hospi- ;fjl of Iowa City for f uthcr treat; ipent. Cindy has been in poor wealth for several months and las spent much time at Iowa City. ' MAX M. SOETH i ,. i «• lEstherville REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE . ,arm Owner-pperator. • t • • Member Presbylerian Church, Masonic J Bodies, , American • i i ^ *;••..'-., T * ' t ' \ . •^Helped iOrg^nize! REA, ; On DEK Board lOiYeart.' ' V • . Emmet .Countji Representative, ',. 1948-52, V • 5 years With U.S.' Agriculture ,De ; p>.. 3 Years Stale ASC 'Committee.. .'•-'/' • Holds Real Estate License. • Vice President and Farm Ad. visbr, Emmet Comu^ State Bank, , SOI DON'T FORGET TO VOTE FOR MILTON NORTON Republican Candidate For County Recorder .,. YOUR VOTE WitL BE ; ', APPRECIATED NOVEM 8" Better living starts with Arrival and Mrs Laurence K L 'W,nit are the parents of a daughter bprri Thursday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Laurence gandt, Armstrong, and Ml'5 John Kemna are grandparents. Bowling AUey and Mrs John J. Welp puv- cd thg new home from Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelnu wb,u movp soon to Minnesota they purchased a bowliflf „„ and Mrs Art Bloekcr moved this week to their new home recently built on their farm past of town. Thejr farm house burned last spring. Out OI Hospital Mil and MBS Gf (gUffi turnedhorne Sunday after several weeks at Rochester where Ctack John«on 3toek Tank « f Hljf aulmiHli(^fi$hl it and forget it t E«flpiical It op,tfaU-transfqrs h?at to w|ier with n^imijm efficiency. t jUplulely sale—100% safety controls. I Lonj lilt-built for years of trouble-free operation, I Clean-no water contamination by fuel or p§int, *gA$Y TSRMS AS LOW AS $7.50 PGR MONTH "Daddy gets more milk and beef with our Johnson Stock Tank Heater," * "Our cows sure have good warm water to (Jrink and daddy says he no longer has to chip ice like he did in the old days," That's right son, tests prove that stock drink more water...gain 10% more beef ...produce 10% more milk.. .require 10 % less feed.,. when their drinking wafer is kept at 48° by a Johnson Stock Tank Heater. Get the full story from yow Thermogaa man. 11'xU' color nprfil ot Ibis Uislrtfoi aMi lor Iriqiij, Sit« v vriii ft| jMf ir* op* THERMOGAS ALOONA, IOWA PHONP CY 44841 Wby rtntl litf t 4u* Unit uadei tuf fust sile tgreement dud enjoy Tfiermogts • 1000 G,il., & l a^^

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