The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1967 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 31, 1967
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Mary Catherine Bormann Wed To Estherville Man In a wedding ceremony performed Sept. 30 at St. Benedict Catholic church by Father Nicholas Ruba, Mary Catherine Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Bormann of Lu- Verne, became the bride of Darryl E. Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jensen of Estherville. The double ring ceremony was performed in the presence of 165 guests. Carol Jensen, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Mary McCutchen, bridesmaid. Gerald Bormann and John Anderson attended the bridegroom. Joel Bormann and Curt Larson were ushers, and Richard Eischen and Jerry Hobscheidt, acolytes. Mrs. Robt. Eischen was organist and Jane Arndorfer was soloist. The bride's gown was floor- length satin with chantilly lace bodice and sleeves that ended in points at the wrists. Her lace mantilla and blush veil was held in place by a lace and satin headpiece edged in tiny drop pearls. The bride wore a diamond set cross and matching earrings, a gift of the groom, and carried her grandmother's mother of pearl rosary, which her mother had also carried when married. Her flowers were white mums. A wedding dinner at noon followed the ceremony at the V.F.W. hall in Algona, with Sharon Plathe, Jean Pleml, Mrs. Donald Frankl, Mrs. Robert Carter, Mrs. Gerald Frankl, Mrs. Curt Larson, Mrs. Mark Bernhard and Mrs. Marilyn Cink handling the guest book and the reception. Table waitresses were Rachel Arndorfer, Connie Jensen, Jackie Carter, Barbara Reding, Annett Frankl and Ann Hobscheidt. After a wedding trip the couple is at home in Estherville. The bridegroom is employed at Artsway Mfg. Co., Armstrong. He is a graduate of Graettinger High School. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, and attended Estherville Junior College; (Glenn's Studio Photo) Anniversary Of Lutherans Held At Whittemore WHITTEMORE - The 450th Reformation anniversary of the Lutheran churches in Palo Alto and Kossuth counties was celebrated recently in St. Paul's Lutheran school. Four hundred fifteen persons were served at the 7 p. m. dinner, which was prepared by Mrs. Martin (Butch) Potratz. Rev. Cleo Kautsch gave the opening prayer. Introduction of district presidents, Rev. Bruno Schlachten- haufen, Des Moines, president of the Iowa district of the American Lutheran church; Dr, Raynold Lingwall, Des Moines, president of the Iowa synod of the Lutheran church of America; and Dr. Ellis Nieting, Ft. Dodge, president of Iowa district west. Rev. William A. Buege, Valparaiso, Ind., dean of the memorial chapel of Valparaiso University since 1959, was the speaker. Special thanks were extended to the following for their contributions: master of ceremonies, Edgar Meyer, Algona; organist, Robert Nord, Algona; soloist, Mrs. Edward Nessen, West Bend; and trumpeters, Paul Hansen and Mark Andreasen, Emmetsburg. WALLEYE Herbert Aldridge of Francis Sites caught a 12 Ib. 14 oz. walleye pike while fishing in Spirit Lake last month. It is believed to be the largest walleye caught this year in Iowa. TROPHY Lee "Stubb" Kunzman, Guttenberg, has been named "Rookie of the Year" by the National Sprint Car Association, This official national trophy goes to the top first year driver on the National Sprint Car circuit. • DEVELOPMENTS t FROMDEVALOIS n •••••••* *e •••••••••• BY GALEN DeVALOlS Kossuth Extension Director The corn crop this year is unusually late, and farmers who are inexperienced in harvesting, drying and storing late grain corn can easily make some serious and costly mistakes. With cold weather approaching farmers may operate their shelled corn drying bins several different ways. Keep these recommendations in mind — 1. If you use your grain bins as batch-type driers, and dry corn in the drying bin but store in another bin, drying procedure is essentially the same for the approaching cold weather as it would be in normal fall weather drying. 2. If you plan to use your drying bin to store shelled corn that will be fed out to livestock during the winter, then put your corn in at about 20-22 percent moisture, although it may be stored with as high as 25 percent moisture. When you put the grain in the bin, you should operate your fan one or two nights and cool the grain temperature to about 40 degrees F. or below. It is not necessary to dry the corn, provided you feed it out before the warm weather of March and April sets in. However, if the grain temperature rises above 40 degrees F., you may be in trouble, so watch the corn temperature closely. 3. Perhaps most important, if the grain is to be sold on the open market then you simply can't afford to over-dry yow corn because of the additional weight loss. Twelve to 14 per cent moisture content is about as dry as you can afford to get the grain because when you sell corn at the rate of a doller per bushel, the water in the grain is worth about 15? a gallon. Consequently, you have to set the supplimental heater correctly so it won't over-dry the corn. If a humidistat is used to control the supplemental heater and this humidistat takes air from under the perforated floor, it should be set at approximately 55 percent relative humidity for late fall drying. Lofts Creek And Whittemore 4-H Units Elect A joint meeting of the Lotts Creek Lassies and the Whittemore Lassies was held at St. Michael's hall Oct. 16. Linda Dogotch, president of the Whittemore Lassies, called the meeting to order at 7:30 p. m. , Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnw-7 BRAND NEW Atlas Snow Tires Full 4 Ply—Reg. $34 SPECIAL '14" + TAX Guaranteed for life by Standard Oil "You expect more from Standard and you get it" CHUCK BEHR'S Standard Service 2954373 Election of officers was held separately after the meeting. New officers are: Janet Origer, president; Collette Capeslus, vice president; Kay Steier, secretary; Jackie Detrick, treasurer; Loraine Arend, historian; Rochelle Arend, reporter; Jean Walker, photographer; Jean Besch, music; and Joanne Elbert, recreation. Talks were given by Beverly Detrick on safety in house cleaning, and "Let's Look at Furniture Styles" by Loraine Arend. Demonstrations were given by Joyce Lensing on care of furniture and care of floors by Susan Walker. The initiation of new members will be held next month. Hostesses were Karen and Barbara Adams, Jackie Wilson and their mothers. NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. 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