The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1967 · Page 20
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8-Alflona, (la.) Upper D.» Moln.i T hundoy, May 18, 1967 McDonnell-Ford Nuptials May 6 At Whittemore Opportunity at Emmetsburg where the young couple will live. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) 3 From County In Arts Exhibit CEDAR FALLS, IA.-Approximately 350 junior and senior high school students presented exhibits at the sixth annual Io\va Industrial Arts Fair Saturday, May 13, at the State College of Iowa. The fair was sponsored by the Iowa Industrial Education Association, the manufacturer's bureau of the Cedar Falls Chamber of Commerce, Midwest Shop Supplies Co. of Sioux City, and the SCI extension service, industrial arts and technology department, and Industrial Arts Club. Donald Riedinger of Algona is presenting an exhibit at the Iowa Industrial Arts Fair, and Andrew Charlson, AndyCharlson and Larry Johnson are exhibiting from Svrea City. SWEA-EAGLE j By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Miss Mary Margaret McDonnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDonnell of Whittemore, became the bride of D. Craig Ford of Emmetsburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ford of Kingsley, in a double ring ceremony performed in St. Michael's Catholic Church in Whittemore at 11:00 on Saturday, May 6. Father Verne Stapenhorst performed the ceremony. St. Michael's choir sang the Nuptial High Mass and Miss Kathy Quinn was soloist. The bride's gown was lace cage over taffeta fashioned of Chanti- lace with scoop neckline, above elbow sleeves with scalloped edges. A full court train of nylon net, sprinkled with lace appliques . and having a lace border, flowed to a full chapel length. Her veil was of pure silk illusion falling to shoulder length . from a head piece of re-embroi- • dered Alencon lace, pearls and a fabric bow. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white stephanotis. Her attendants were her sister, Maureen, as Maid of Honor and Jean Gengler and Ana Mendieta, friends, as bridesmaids. Shari Johnson was the bride's personal attendant. Dennis Ford served Ms brother as best man and groomsmen were Bob Cerreti and James McDonnell. Dennis Besch and Duane Ford were ushers. After the ceremony a reception was held in St. Michael's Hall for 140 guests. Coletta Streit registered the guests and Adele Carrey, Cathy McNeil and Mrs. Dennis Sill opened the gifts. Mrs. Mike Mergen and Mrs. Jim McDonnell cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School and Briar Cliff College. Mr. Ford attended Drake University and at present is assistant director of the Office of Economic Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and family were Sunday evening guests at the Donald Logemann home, Ledyard. At the Eldon Link home Sunday for dinner on Dale's birthday were grandparents, the William Gies, Sr. , and the Ervin Links, and Randy Draper, who had been an overnight guest. Afternoon guests were the William Gies, Jr. Mrs. Hans Peterson, Rosalie and Nina, Mrs. Vern Anderson, Mrs. Dan Peterson and Treva Peterson attended the Mother- Daughter breakfast at Armstrong Sunday. The Everett Rippentrops drove to Woodward recently and brought their son, Dale, home for the summer. Guests at the Rippentrop home for Dale's birthday were the Eugene Rippentrops, the Homer Henriksens, the Orville Rippentrops, and Dwayne Rippentrop. Sunday guests at the Walter How not to collect social security! This year, nearly 15,000 farm residents will die in accidents More than 1,000,000 will be injured. The occupational death rat* among farm workers is the third highest for all types of industry. The majority of these- farm accidents are man-made. Human Allures ... not machines, a,-,im;,U or natural hazards are the cause of rnont of them. Mont ,ould Uvc- rjefcn avoided by strict ob^rvanc* of simple safety rufe ,,„,] common -sense caution. Next ti/ne vo'j %;-»• \.i-;- r.i ( .,< ,, »-•-,.../. t i ....,,i.«. „ [.., \,.,_(. ,. -;.f,. tv short-cut /•em-embfcr t.U- i. '//////; -,l:.<-<~ •/,- ., •, ,» ••-,, i, -u,- , L i "•• J '•>•• '-/'-•i'.-r.hi y take a chance . . . AMJ LO.SK: Cooperative* help more people thur* in America's progress BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR UDVARD CO-OP «v w:; z;;: OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR ..... ------- Jerry Ho ffman, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO -------------- R. W . Jurgens/ M gr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR ..... ________ Jack Stott/ Mgr< FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bad, „___ R. L Matheson, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR -------------- Curt|$ ^ Mgf ISLINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR -------- E . F . lmrnerfall , Mgr . LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE . __ Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WH.TTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR ------ Alfred Sch ultz, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) Hans home were Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder, Will Hans,' Mrs. Bertha Spear and Mr. and Mrs. Doren Hans and Kim. Marjorie Tobin & Nancy White spent the weekend at the Johnle Tobin home. Mrs. Tobiii attended festivities at Mornlngslde College Friday evening and brought the girls back with her. 4-H Meeting The Algona A,O.K. 4-H Club held a meeting April 13 at the Extension office. Demonstrations were given by Susan Mc- Gulre, Anne Milder, Mary McEvoy, Debbie Studer and Mary Montag. Other demonstrations were given by Barbara Sch- lievert, Jean Prothman and Dana Clapsaddle. Hostesses were Mrs. Prothman and Mrs. Morz. To Close Thursday Mary Jo Zumach, clerk of the Kossuth County Selective Service System, wishes to announce that the local board will be closed all day Thursday, May 18. The office will continue its regular hours at all other times. SCHOLARSHIP Of the 44 National Merit Scholarships awarded lowans this year is Chris Wells, a senior at Montezuma Community high school. Chris plans to attend Grinnell College as a math major, working toward aerospace engineering. Real Estate Transfers Barie, Irma & Loyd to Donald Skllllng 4-14-67 S 1/2 O.P. lots 3 & 4 blk 73, Alg. Mather, James A. & Julia F to Northern Natural Gas Co' 4-17-67 A tract of land in SW 1/4 of See rec. 31-97-30. Shey, Daniel J. & Jean L. to Vernon E. Subject et ux 4-13-67 Call's Add. Exc. N. 43' 9" lot 6 blk 224; Algona. Skllllng, Donald C., sgl. to Keith B. Rowley et ux 4-13-67 Call's 3rd Add. lot 8 blk 2 Algona. Walstead, William G. & Delores Fae to John A. Ward et ux 4-14-67 Cooke's First Add. to Swea City lots 6 & 7 blk 3. Fehr, Alfred & Mary to Henry A. Fehr 3-29-67 W 1/2 NW 1/4 & W 1/2 E 1/2 NW 1/4 31-95-30 Gentle, T. S. &. Mary A. to Rite Oil Corp. 3-29-67 E 1/2 E 1/2 of the S 9 rods of lot 7 of A. P. of the S 41 1/2 rods of the SE 1/4 SE 1/4 2-9529. Gisch, John & Mary to Kyle D. Keith & Donald Tietz 3-30-67 Part of 11-95-29. Heiderscheidt, John J. &Leona C. to Elsie Heiderscheidt 3-28-67 Lot 2 blk 73 in Call's Add. to Algona. Krause, W. A. & Nancy S. to Rite Oil Corp. 3-29-67 E 1/2 E 1/2 of S 9 rods of lot 7 of A. P. of the S 41 1/2 rods of the SE 1/4 SE 1/4 of 2-95-29. Peterson, Julius & Christine to Julius & Christine Peterson 3-31-67 Lot 8 blk 229 Call's Add to Algona. Woltz, W. E. & Iva M. to Harley &DorothyMcFarland3-30-67 A tract of land located in SE 1/4 SW 1/4 24-97-29 See rec. Also town Deed Index. Woltz, W. E. & Iva M. to Harley & Dorothy McFarland 3-3067 W 1/2 Murtagh's Add lot 3 blk 3; Burt; Also Land Index. Stecker, Edward A. & Anelda M. to Edward A. & Anelda M. Stecker 4-7-67 NW frl 1/4 & then N 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-27. Taylor, W. C. & Ruth, W. R. & Genavon; M. J. & Lorraine; G. D. & Patricia to Taylor Farms, Inc., Algona 4-6-67 NW 1/4 2595-30 W 1/2 NE 1/4 & NW 1/4 SE 1/4 exc. see rec. 26-96-29 NW 1/4 11-97-29. Tletz, Rudolph H. & Clara to Arthur & Raymond Prlebe 4-567 SW 1/4 29-97-29. Welter, Delia, Exec, to Marie M. Buscher 4-11-67 E l/2Call's Add. lot 6 blk 263 Exc. the alley adjoining same on north. Welter, Delia, Exec, to H. F. & Alice Fristedt 4-11-67 W 1/2 Call's Add. lot 6 blk 263 Exc. the alley adjoinging same on North. Smith, Arlo L. & Orla Jane to George F. Freerksen 4-12-67 That part of the SW 1/4 NE 1/4 9-97-27. Gotten, Angus L. Exec, to Beverly Land Co. 4-17-67 NW 1/4 27-99-29. Welter, Delia, Exec, to Leon E. Martin 4-13-67 That pt. of Woodworth St. lying between S. line of McGregor St., Algona Lots 1 & 2 blk 262 Call's Add (Exc. see rec.) Algona Lot 7 & 8 blk 262 Call's Add. lots 2,3 & 4 blk 263 All of Alley through blk 263 Call's Add., Algona. Hardt, Ethel D. toMarlinHardt 4-6-67 NE frl 1/4 1-99-30. Sheridan, William R. & M. Lucile to Ed & Elsie Wertjes 4-6-67 Searle's Add. lot 3 blk 2; Bancroft. Bollig, Bernard Howard, sgl., Donald John, sgl. Gordon Julius & Katherine Kenneth William & Viola; Eugene Ernest & Ann to James G. # Alice M. Becker 4-5-67 Lot 4 & S 20' lot 3 Murray's Add., Bancroft. Dryer, Emma W., Wdw. to Anna Mary Hentges 4-7-67 Oak Park Add., lots 13 & 14, Algona. Irmiter, Kathryn lone & Henry to James G. & Alice M, Becker 4-5-67 Lot 4 & S 20' lot 3 Murray's Add., Bancroft. Kollasch, Elizabeth Ann and Louis to James G. & Alice M. Becker 4-5-67 Lot 4 & S 20* lot Murrays add., Bancroft. Metzger, Mary Camilla & Clarence , Clara Maxlne & John Metzger Sr.; Donna Jean & Cletus Mueller to James G. & Alice M. Becker 4-5-67 Lot 4 & S. 20' of lot 3 Murray's Add, Bancroft. Ogg, Harriet & Clyde to Wesley F. & Claudia Warner 4-2067 Neal Smith's 2nd Add. lot 5; Algona. Smith, David A. & Esther P. & Leona May, sgl. to Wesley. F. Warner 4-20-67 Neal Smtih's 2nd Add. lot 5; Algona. Walker, Violet, Sgl. to Richard R. & Peggy D. Lallier 4-19-67 N 50- 0. P. Lot 7 & 8 blk 73; Algona. Diekmann, Robert C. & Myrna K. to E. E. Robinson 4-24-67 An undiv. 1/10 int. in lot 3 of A. P. of Robinsons Subdiv of Gov. lot 4 of NE frl 1/4 3-9529. Chicago & N.W.R.W. Co. to Frank Jr. Bauer & Joseph C. DBA Bauer Spray Service 4-2067 That pt. of NW 1/4 24-9829 see rec. Chicago & N.W.R.W. Co. to Menke Oil Co. 4-20-67 That pt of NW 1/4 24-98-29 See rec. 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