The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 13
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jtlotne* ECTARIKMCn 1BAC Entered as second class matter at the postofflce at Algona. Town caiMDLiantU IHG5 (50511). Nov. 1. 1932. under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Thursday, Nov. 30, 1967 Ruth Kellner, St. Joe, Is Married November 18 ST. JOE — Ruth Ann Kellner and Carroll L. Primrose were united in marriage Nov. 18 at 11 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, with Rev. L. C. Schumacher officiating at the ceremony. Acolytes were brothers of the bride, Glen and Luke Kellner. Mary Reding was organist with St. Joseph Grade School Choir singing. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner of St. Joe. Mr. Primrose is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Primrose of Shellsburg. The bride was attired in a sheath gown of bridal satin and Chantilly lace, enhanced by an empire waist with a detachable lace train and long tapered sleeves. Her elbow-length nylon net veil was fashioned in a dainty forward headpiece of pearls and illusion leaves to give a flowered effect. She carried a bouquet of 15 pink roses and wore a single strand of cultured pearls with matching earrings, a gift of the groom. Serving as maid of honor was Marilyn Kellner, sister of the bride, with Cyrilla Kellner, sister of the bride as bridesmaid and Mar cine Kellner, sister of the bride, as flower girl. The groom's attendants were Bruce Primrose, a brother, and Edward Kellner. Ushers were Harold James, cousin of the groom, and Thomas Kellner, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the Imperial Cafe in Bode with 100 guests in attendance. Beatrice Hildman, aunt of the bride, and Dorothy Knack, aunt of the groom, cut and served the cake. The bride, a graduate of Garrigan High School and Academy of Automation in Cedar Rapids, is a key punch operator at Collins Radio, Cedar Rapids. The groom spent two years in the Army with 1 1/2 years in France and is employed as an accountant at Wilson and Co., Cedar Rapids. As her going away outfit, the bride wore a brown double-knit suit with matching accessories. On their return from a wedding trip they will be at home at Cedar Rapids. (Glenn's Studio Photo) - o A bake sale and breakfast was held Sunday, Nov. 19, following the 8 and 10 o'clock masses in St. Joseph's school hall, sponsored by the C.D.A. Half of the proceeds were given to the Bishop's Charities. The public was invited, with the following committees in charge: Lucille nig, Mrs. Leonard McGuire, Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Mrs. Dennis Holmes, Mrs. HerbKay- ser, Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mrs. Mark Thilges, Mrs. Milford Plathe, Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs. Irene Bormann, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Alfred Reding and Mrs. John HUbert. - o - \ Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ryans, Noreen, Perry, Shawn, Kelley and Jamie, Carroll, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thul and family. K. L. Kohlhaas came home Saturday from St. Ann Hospital where he had been a patient a week, following a farm accident. Mrs. Mike Hofer was a medical patient the past week in Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. The C.D.A. Workshop held at Wesley Nov. 12 was attended by the following St. Joseph's members: Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Herb Kayser, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds are parents of a son, Charles William, born Nov. 12 in St. Ann Hospital, Algona. He has two sisters, Debbie and Lori, and a brother, Murl. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds, Algona. Great- grandparents are Mrs. Mamie Winkel, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Mr. and Mrs. K.L. Kohlhaas, St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Mike left Sunday for Centerville after a visit here with relatives. Joe is a sophomore at Centerville College and a member of the football team. Farm Credit Check Is Now In Process The Kossuth County Farmers Home Administration Committee made their annual fall review of borrowers dockets recently for the purpose of recommending some borrowers to seek conventional credit. These are borrowers who have progressed to the point that their credit needs can be handled by conventional credit, said County Supervisor Kenneth D. Crandall. Committee Chairman Marvin Simonsmeier and members George Detmering and Garmon Adams were present to make the recommendations. District Supervisor Robert Walters of Humboldt was also present. Feature Story On Algona G.M.C. Dealer An Algona businessman, M. Joseph Bradley, is featured in the November-December issue of CMC Truck News, a nationally distributed magazine published by the CMC division of General Motors Corp. The article is titled "GMC's Country Lawyer" and covers the center spread of the magazine. It deals with the background of Mr. Bradley and the development and growth of Joe Bradley Equipment in Algona. The story explains how Mr. Bradley graduated from the University of Iowa Law School in 1938 and took a temporary job with a farm equipment dealer in Algona to earn the money necessary to establish a law office. It goes on to say that the temporary job has lasted 29 years, and Mr. Bradley purchased interest in the firm after two years in Algona. The business is located in the same spot today, but the physical facilities have been greatly expanded as sales were increased. Mr. Bradley's brother, Walt, and son, Joseph D., are also mentioned and four photographs of the firm's personnel and buildings appear in the article. To Workshop County directors of social welfare from 11 counties met at the State Department of Social Welfare's Regional Office, Clear Lake, Nov. 27-28, for a two-day workshop covering their responsibilities in administration, supervision of workers and in cooperating with community organizations. Mrs. Helen Huber represented Kossuth county at the session. Make it Christmas... 365 days a year... with an Electrical Gift Algona Municipal Utilities More Info Oh Unemployment Ins. Released This is the secong article to Appear in the Upper DesMoines with questions and answers on unemployment insurance. Q. Under what circumstances may a person be disqualified for benefits? A. A person may be disqualified if they leave work voluntarily, without good cause attributable to the employer; fail, without good cause, to apply for available, suitable work when so directed by the Employment Office, or fail to accept suitable work when offered to them; are unemployed due to a labor dispute, in which you are actively participating or financing; receive other compensation in excess of the weekly benefit amount they receive. Q. Can a person who is receiving Social Security retirement benefits also draw unemployment insurance benefits? A. Yes, however, the amount of Social Security benefits received will be deducted from the unemployment insurance benefits. Other eligibility requirements must also be met. Q. Who decides whether a person is eligible to receive unemployment benefits? A. A claims deputy in the administrative office of the Iowa Employment Security Commission in Des Moines reviews the claim and makes a determination based on the law. Q. Can a determination be appealed? A. Yes. The claimant or the employer may appeal if it is felt that the deputy's decision is not in accord with the facts or the law. In this case, a hearing is held with a claims referee, the claimant, and the employer involved. Upon hearing the facts, the referee makes a decision, may be appealed This decision to the Com- mission. In this case, the three man Commission will hear the case and make a ruling. . .. BETTER YET - LET'S TALK TURKEY AND GAS APPLIANCES From Now Until Jon. 1,1968 We Will Give A 10 TO 11 II. WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY MAJOR GAS APPLIANCE STOP IN NOW -LET'S TALK TURKEY AND GAS APPLIANCES See Jim Buscher or Rog Hoover at NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ALGONA IOWA PHONE 295-2484 SAVE! WHITEWALLS or BLACKBALLS 2 FOR LOW 7.35-1 .775.15(670-15) & [U WINTER TREADS RETREADS ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES Built with the same tread design and same high quality tread rubber as new Firestone Town & Country tires! To»n i Countiy TRACTOR DUALS AVAILABLE NOW! 18.4 x 34; 18.4 x 38; 13.38. BUY NOW AND PAY LATER ! GUARANTEED LIKE NEW TIRES Our retreads, identified by medallion and shop mark, carry this FULL LIFETIME GUARANTEE against defects in workmanship and materials and all normal road hazard Injuries encountered in everyday passenger car use for the life of the tread design in accordance with terms of our printed guarantee. Price of replacement pro-rated on original tread design wear and based on Firestone adjustment price for replacement retread at time of adjustment. Firestone adjustment price Is intended to, but may not, represent approximate current average selling price, and is subject to change without notice. Joe Bradley Firestone one Hot«l Phont 295-2421

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