The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 5
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Bridget Quinn Of Bancroft Wed Aug. 26 Bridget Mary Quinn and Thomas Wayne Lynch exchanged marriage vows at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 26 at St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. J. Quinn of Bancroft and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch of Fenton. Attending the bride were Katherine Accurso, maid of honor, Susan Lynch and Colleen Quinn, sisters of the bridal couple, bridesmaids. Rodney Jensen was best man while brothers of the couple, Erwin Quinn and Donald Lynch, served as groomsmen. Three hundred guests attended the reception at the Bancroft Ballroom. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch will make their home at Ames. Both are graduates of St. John's High School and the bride attended Mankato Commercial College. The groom completed courses in tab wiring and computer programming ai Automation Training, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. and now is employed at Computation Center on the ISU campus at Ames. Sharon Harms Of Algona Is Wed Sept. 2 Sharon Kay Harms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harms of Algona, was given in marriage by her father to Walter Piatt, son of Denver Piatt and the late Mrs. Piatt of Mt. Pleasant, in the Irvington Presbyterian church Sept. 2, at 7 p. m., with Rev. Ralph Hindman performing the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a full-length gown with a slim graceful skirt in lustrous acetate with detach- [Put Dollars to Work! The use of Land Bank dollars to expand or modernize your operation could be the key to a brighter future. A low cost Land Bank loan is tailored to fit your needs, designed to help you increase your earning power. Among the advantages—long term (up to 35 years), low interest rate (now 6%) and the privilege of paying in advance without penalty. LATSIDB7VNK (South of Penney's in Algona) Preferably Mondays and Wednesdays E. H. HUTCHINS, Manager Helen Haas, Assistant pa«a*ft®a*saaii&iS!$^^ able train and scattered appliques. The long tapered sleeves extended to points at the wrist. Delicatelace of acetate and nylon molded the empire- styled bodice with a scalloped square neckline and topped by a bow tucked under the bodice. She wore a finger-tip veil of filmy silk illusion falling from a crown of lace and pearl points. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift from the groom. Music was provided by Judy Coleman and Keith Strayer with Mrs. Gerald Schmitt accompanying them at the piano. Her maid of honor was Diana Isebrand and bridesmaid was Ardith Harms, cousin of the bride. The flower girls were Kristal a.;d Kimberly Culbertson with Brett Piatt, nephew of the groom, serving as ring bearer. Mrs. Durwood Walker served as personal attendant. The groom's attendants were David Piatt, brother of the groom, as best man, and Russell Harms as groomsman. Ushers were Donald Hansen and Louie Piatt. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church parlor for 100 guests. Patricia Harms, sister of the bride, attended the guest book. Ann Wilson and Mrs. Donald Hansen cut the cake. Jennie Harms, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Tim Long poured. Punch was served by Charlotte and Roberta Piatt Karleen Klein, Charleen Klein, Gloria Canaday and Carol Leek were in charge of gifts. Ladies in the kitchen were Mrs. B. O. Davis, Mrs. Gerald Coleman, Mrs. Phyllis Strutters, Mrs. Margaret Kent and Mrs. A. J. Eastman, with Mr. and Mrs. Garel Leek serving as hosts. Sharon graduated from Titonka High School and is employed at St. Ann hospital. Walter is employed at. United Builders at Algona. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Algona. TOADS David, Dianna and Lynn Wilson, Ankeny youngsters, have their hands full handfeeding 25 baby horned toads after their "mother", Herman, took off following their birth. SUNFLOWER Mrs. John c! Dykstra, Rock Valley, has a 15 foot high sunflower plant to care for in her tomato garden this year. So far the flowers measure 12 inches across. Meet Dick Wheeler THE NEW SERVICE EXPERT AT NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE FOR MAYTAG AND GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME APPLIANCES. • t • ( . ^ • t •c • c •r. Dick Wheeler, our new service expert, is 52 years old — with over 30 years experience in appliance service work. He and his wife Edith have 9 children, with 6 living at home. They moved to Algona Iqst week from Ankeny, la., and are living at 408 Diagonal Street. WHEN YOU BUY A MAYTAG OR G.E. HOME APPLIANCE FROM NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE, YOU CAN COUNT ON EXPERT SERVICE - W IT IS EVER NEEDED I &, "We Service What We Sell" NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE •I •C • t • C • C • I • ( • t • C • t • t • t • f • ( •t •C • ( • ( • [ • ( • t • ( f. • t [ ( t [ ( t f. ( C ( t ( ( ( t ( c ( c I c ( ( c ( ( • c ( r, ( c ( t • ( [ • I c • ( ( ( ( • ( • t • ( • ( [ ( t 3 TOE. State Algona, la. 295-3818 ¥-¥-¥*• Titonka Gkl Bride Of LeSeuer, Minn., Man Janet R. Welhousen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen Titonka, and Kenneth L. Straub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Straub, Le Seuer, Minn., were united in marriage August 19 at a 10 a. m. ceremony at St. Anne's Catholic cb.ur.ch in Le Seuer Minn. Father McGrade officiated at the double ring ceremony.' Janice Alke, Wesley, served as maid of honor to the bride and Jack Jentz of Le Seuer was best man. Arthur Straub served as soloist and was accompanied by Barbara Straub at the organ. Following the ceremony a reception was held at 12 p. m. at St. Anne's school for 40 guests. Mary Eastman presided at the guest book; Marilyn Selke of Skokie, El., sister of the bride acted as personal attendant. Louisa and Susan Straub poured punch and Darlene Shipler assisted the bride and groom with the gifts. After a wedding trip to Nisswa, Minn., the young couple are at home in Le Seuer Mobile Court. The bride is a graduate of Titonka High School and Mankato Commercial College and is a secretary at the Green Giant Co. in Le Seuer. The groom is a graduate of Le Seuer High School and has served in the U. S. Navy. He is employed by United Parcel Service/ManRatoi' : (Photo r by Foss Studio; St. Peter, Minn.) Sexton Throws Weight Seiler & Jets Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-9 Thursday, Sept. 7, 1967 will begin on projects for the Woodward home after the election of officers. Materials to bring are gallon bleach Jug, yarn, and crochet hook. County School T-B Testing Is Underway The Kossuth County Tuberculosis and Health Association, in cooperation with Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association and the Iowa State Department of Health, will make tuberculin tests available from Sept. 5 through Sept. 28 to all 1st, 5th, 9th and 12th graders in Kossuth county. All school personnel will be urged to have the tuberculin test also. Parents of the children to be tested are urged to complete their "parent consent" forms promptly and properly. No child can be tested without the consent of parent or guardian, and signed consent must be returned to the school before the testing day. The balance of the schedule follows: Sept. 11, Monday - 8:30 a.m., Swea City; 10:45 a.m., Lakota 1:00 p.m., Ledyard. Sept. 12, Tuesday-8:30 a.m. LuVerne Retarded; 10:15 a.ni., St. Benedict; 1:00 p.m., St. Joe's Bode. Sept. 18, Monday - 8:30 a.m., Sentral; 12:30 p.m., St. Michael's, St. Paul's. Sept. 19, Tuesday- 9:00 a.m., Garrigan's; 10:30 a.m., St. Cecelia's. Sept. 25, Monday - 8:00 a.m., Algona Retarded; Sept. 26, Tuesday-8:00 a.m., Algona. SEXTON - Professional football will take on a new interest in the Sexton area when the New York Jets' game is broadcast next Sunday. A local boy, Paul Seiler, signed with the Jets after completing four years at Notre Dame. The family also had even better news when Mrs. Elizabeth Seiler had her checkup at Iowa City and found her eye surgery for a detached retina has .been a success. - o Mrs. August Kirschbaum is expected home this week after three weeks at Park Hospital in Mason City following surgery. George Hix has been dismissed from the Britt hospital and is now recuperating at the Art Hix home here. He had a number of callers over the Labor Day weekend. Not all Sexton residents are in and out of the hospital as John Stratton proved at least one is in good condition by celebrating his 80th birthday last week. Mr. Stratton also accompanied Mrs. Clarence Huff to Mallard where they visited the Charles and Leo Prochaska families. There may be a lot of excuses for taking a trip but Mary McMahon came up with the best one yet. The Chuck Hennigans spent a week visiting here and Mary returned home to Dallas, Tex. with them to keep a dental appointment. Now will you believe how difficult it is to get a dental appointment ? A Labor Day weekend visitor was a pleasant surprise for the home folks when Kathy Pruisman returned from the big city. She has been working the past six months for an insurance company in Minneapolis and has now received a promotion which maybe one of the reasons she is so happy with her new home in the city. Also expected home this month is another member of the younger set who has spent the past six months employed by the U. S. Army. Kenny Gabrielson was transferred to Oklahoma after serving most of his time in Kentucky. The Sexton Friendly Club had a number of surprises when members answered roll call with my first date with my husband, surprises better not related in young daughter's hearing! The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Harold Gatton when work See us for watch V jewelry repairs When it comes to' the fixing, trust to us for a perfect job on watch or jewelry. Modest rates. ?/ AMERICAN OIM SOCIETY Fall Fertilization Supplies All 3 Vital Plant Nutrients NITROGEN to speed decay of stalks and stubble into valuable plant food. PHOSPHORUS to build strong, massive root systems for extra feeding of spring plants. POTASH to develop strong, deep roots for support and feeding, and rugged stalks to avoid lodging. you get all 3 with FERTILIZERS Whittemore Co-op Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH co . op an( , fte>w Golden Sun Feeds '% Short-chop your corn with a GEHL Chop-All NEW I LIGHTWEIGHT 10,000 RPM PORTABLE KNIFE SHARPENER Gives you minute-per-knife sharpening on the machine ... In the field or at the machine shed. Adjustable guide Insures proper beveling of knife cutting edges. Available In electric or gas models. O Chop-All row crop attachments include: 1-or 2-row corn head; narrow row (2-row) corn head. O Chrome-edged knives stay sharp . . . chop more tons of fine-cut forage. O Select-A-Cut transmission gives you short, medium or long length forage with the push of a lever. O Easy-Swing drawbar and forward-neutral-reverse lever controlled from tractor seat. 0 Also available: 5-ft. Hay Pick-up, 6-ft. Mower Bar. Financing available. ("Optional equipment) Make us Prove it with a Demonstration! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT , ALGONA, IA. Better Used Car Buys! 967 ^ YM ™ UTH FURY m ' 4 - door Hardt °P' p S, PB, Factory Air, Vinyl Interior, tinted glass, showroom condition. See to believe ^ 1966 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE V-8, standard transmission,' radio heater, whttewalls, big caps. Extra clean .......... $1695 27°00 D 0 S™ COUP6> 6 Cyl " 3 - SPeed ' radl0 ' heater ' 1966 DODGE CORONET Deluxe 2-d'oor Sedan,' V-8 engine" standard transmission. One-owner. Extra clean . . . Sivg-i 1966 FORD CUSTOM 500 4-door, V-8 engine, O'-Drive! One- owner. Good. .............. 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Newish. 8,000 miles. 1966 FORD GALAJOE 500 4 door, 352, auto, trans., R & H, one owner, warranty, white with red interior, like new. 1966 FORD GALAJOE 500, 2 door Hardtop, 289 V-8, crulse-o- matlc, power steering. Antique bronze with matching interior. 1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA Sport Coupe, 283 V-8, standard transmission, radio, heater. Black with red interior. 1965 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE Station Wagon, 283, stick, six passenger^ R & H, one owner. White with red interior. 1964 FORD Custom 4 door, V-8, straight stick, radio, heater ' one owner, extra clean. 1964 FORD GALA50E 500, 2 door Hardtop, 6 cyl. engine, auto,„» matlc transmission, power steering. 1963 OLDS Super 88, 4 door, R & H| Power steering, power brakes 1963 FORD FAIRLANE 500, 2 door Sedan, V-8 engine, sUck,' R & H. 1963 DODGE 330, 2 door Sedan, V-8 engine, standard transmission, radio, heater. 1961 DODGE POLARA 4 door Sedan, V-8, AT, PS, PB. New tires, runs good. 1961 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 door, V-8, automatic transmission, radio, heater. One owner. 1960 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 4 door, 6 cyl., powergllde. Runs good. 1960 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, 6 cyl., stick shift, radio, heater. 1959 FORD 300, 4 door, V-8, AT, R & H. 1959 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 door Sedan, V-8 engine, standard transmission, R & H. 1959 FORD GALAJOE 4 door, V-8, automatic transmission, power steering. 1957 FORD FAIRLANE 500, 4 door Sedan, V-8, automatic transmission. Runs good. 1948 PACKARD 4 door Sedan, 8 cyl., overdrive, radio, heater, fog light, back-up lights. Everything works. PICKUPS AND TRUCKS 1964 FORD F-250 Pickup. V-8, 4-speed, rtdlo, custom cab. 1954 CHEVROLET 1/2 ton, 3-speed, 6x6 stock and grain box. AUTO

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