The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1967 · Page 6
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Estherville Girl Bride Of Wm. A. Ho//, Algona 6-Algen0 (la.) Upper Oet Mains* Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1967 Sandra Lee Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller of Estherville, and William Arthur Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Hall of Algona, were married September 2 at St. Patrick's Catholic church in Estherville. Rt. Rev. Msgr. James H. Duhigg officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Joseph Erpelding was organist and Francis Eveleth was vocalist. Mary Sue Hall, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, and Mrs. Tom Anderson of Sioux Falls, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Cindy Reynolds and QowerRirl was Lori Spies. The bridegroom was attended by Tony Bradley of Mankato, Minn., as best man. Groomsmen were William Milder and Allen Priebe, both of Algona. Ushers were James Spies and Charles Sarazine. Ringbearer was Matt Spies. A wedding reception was held at the Hotel Gardston Shore room immediately after the ceremony. Linda Misener was guest register attendant. The new Mr. and Mrs. Hall left from the reception for a wedding trip to the Black Hills. They now are at home in Estherville The bride, a graduate of Estherville High School, attended Estherville Junior College for one and one-half years. She presently is employed at Golden Sun Feeds, Inc. The bridegroom graduated from Algona Garrigan High School and Estherville Junior College. He presently is working at John Morrell & Co. (Palmer Studio Foto) Gambles Will Present Awards To Students Twenty-eight B. C. Gamble Scholarship Awards will be presented at the end of the current school year, Bertin C. Gamble, Chairman of the Board of Gam- ble-Skograo, Inc., which operates the Gamble store here, announced today. This year's twenty-eight awards will bring the total number of winners to 268, sharing over $94,000 in awards since the inception of the plan in 1958-59. The current 67-68 scholarships, each worth $350, will go to 28 high school seniors graduating in June, 1968. Scholarship winners may use the funds for any course of study at any accredited college or university. All who qualify for the awards must demonstrate special ability in business, either through high school programs or part-time jobs, as well as acceptable scholastic aptitude during their senior year. It is Gambles' hope to help promising students obtain the training necessary to meet the demands of a business career. In 1967, one of the scholarship winners was from this district. He was Howard Steil of Spencer, and his award was presented by Bill Ressler, store manager there who formerly managed the store here. During a sales contest this month, stores in 24 states will compete for the right to award one of the 28 scholarships. Highest percentage of sales increase over October quotas determines the winners. "Algona has more than enough students qualified for an award, and we're going to do our best to win one this year," said Norm Christian, manager of the Algona Gamble store, Tuesday afternoon. He emphasized that no purchase or registration is necessary to qualify for the award. Selection of winners is by a committee of school faculty members. FIND IT IN THE UDM CLASSIFIED ADS Master's Degree Philip G. Seaberg, Wesley, was among the 1,561 students who re* ceived their undergraduate and graduate degrees this fall as the result of their final scholastic work during the 1967 summer sessions of the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Philip received a master of science degree in agricultural economics. - KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPERII PUBLIC SUE I hove rented my land and will hold a public auction on my farm 4 miles cart and 1 Yi milet south of Burt, or 2 miles south, 4 miles west and 1 Vi miles south of THonko on: 12:30 THURS., OCT. 12 12* 3 TRACTORS 3 C2. 1960 McCormick model 560 gas tractor, adjustable wheels. 1955 Ford Jubilee tractor, over and under, with 6 ft. Dearborn mower. Formal! F. 30, complete with sleeves and pistons, standardized P.T.O. Good tires, real sharp. Road gear. Power Machinery McCormick 2 M. H. picker, with grease bank, new roller bearing chains, new snaping rollers, w-560 mountings. McCormick 14 ft. wheel tandem disc with greaseless bearingi. McCormick model 465 4 row cultivator with rota shields. Owalonna 12 ft. Self Propelled Windrower. J. Dear* 963 wagon with new larg« tin Hcwcr gravity box. J. Deere 963 wagon wit* midwest hoist and Clark all steel flare box. Rubber tired wagon ami Hat bed. Lindsey level flexible harrow wMi steel folding evener. 12 ft. McCormick spring tooth harrow 18 ft. trail type 4 in gram auger, with electric motor and hopper. 3 H. P. Electric motor with speed jack and 150 ft. of cable. Graco pressure grease gun, 150 Ib. capacity BUILDINGS ETC. 2 6-penhog houses 10 K 16 ft. brooder house 2 good walk-in hog feeders 3 feed bunks 1 hay bunk, steel water rank 3 rotary hog feeders MISCELLANEOUS Large portable air compressor Super Snoot Heathouser and chains for 560 Good all steel stone boat Briggs & Straton 4 H.P. gas engine and good speed jack 300 gallon gas barrell with steel stand 100 gallon gas barrell J. Deere model 490 4 row planter, round tongue, with fertilizer attachments. J. D. 4 row heavy duty rotary hoe. Peerless roller mill with incline. McCormick model 60 4-14 plow with trip bottoms. Other Machinery J. Deere 44 ft. wide type groin elevator. J. Deere model L tractor manure spreader. J. Deere 4 bar side delivery rake. J. Deere endgate seeder J. Deere 963 wagon with new 8:20 x 15 in. nylon 6 ply rubber and new large size Heider gravity box. 1964 Chevy Hoa Pickup, like New. 40 Ft. Extension ladder Pride of the Farm stock tank with hog waterer. 14 Ft. Aluminum Crest Line boat with motor control, windshield, 35 horse Johnson motor with electric start, and Master Craft trailer. To be sold as a unit. Some good tools and many articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Russell Shipler. Owner l/*TIOklCEDC. f\..t 0 *M i- ™ * . _ AUCTIONEERS: Quinn & Clark Clerk: THonka Savings Bank BERNINGHAUS HEIRS FARM SALE LOCATED NWVi SECTJON 21 cm? N'/jNE'/ 4 SECTION 20 IOTTS CREEK TOWNSHIP KOSSUTH COUNTY • • •».._ Cpntaet A. J. RICKLEFS, referee RICKUFS.6EEUN REAL ESTATE 2 E. STATE STREET, AiqONA, »WA WINKEL * WINKEl - AWWAHON * CASSEl ATT ? . 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