The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 16
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!f Nancy Downs, St. Benedict, Weds Mason Ciiyan, Feb. 7 ^ Benedict's Catholic Church at St. Benedict, Iowa, was the scene, Tuesday morning, Febru- "ry 7, 1961, at 10:30 a.m. of the marriage of Nancy Downs, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. O Downs, St. .Benedict, and Duanc L Blau, Mason City, son 'of Mr and Mrs Dick Blau of Alexander Iowa. Rev. Francis Conway officiated at the double ling cere-' ninny. The Nuptial mass was sung by the St. Benedict Choir with Sister M. Jam:t, O. S. F. as organist. Soloist was Torn McKcown 01 Bode. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a dress of Bride's Dream Taffeta With an empire bodice accented with a pleated band of taffeta and a sabrina neckline of pearl studded Ali-ncon lace with bracelet length sleeves edged in matching lace and a bridal buttoned back. The full gathered skirt was overlaid with spiral poufs of taffeta, held in place with a taffeta rose and petals. It had a whisper train. She wore a two tier Hegnl crown of Aurora Boroalis jewels which held a 4 tier short veil of English bridal illusion, and carried an arm bouquet of calla lillies. Mrs Harold Thill, St. Benedict, sister of tho bride, served as matron of honor, and Mrs Clarence Brcka, Britt, sister of the groom, Kathy Bleich, Forest City, cousin of the bride, Sandra Blau. Alexander, sister of the groom, and Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance nroblems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Do insurance people have any statistics which show what causes the most fires? ANSWER: Yes and believe it or not, matches and smokers' carelessness are responsible for more fires than any other single causes * if you'll address your own insurance questions v to this.of- fice, we'll try Ip-'giveiyow the" correct answers ! ,:andijhere will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY '4-4443 Carol Grandgenett, St. Benedict, friend of the bride, served, as bridesmaids. Marlin Blau served his brother as best man and groomsmen 'were Willis Wubbena, Iowa Falls, la., friend of the groom, Darrell Downs, Algona, brother of the bride, Clarence Brcka, Britt, Iowa brother-in-law of the gr6om and Max Bruns, Alexander,; friend of the groom. Mary Beth Borman, St. Benedict, friend of the bride, was flower girl. Jody Thill, nephew of the bride, carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Ushers were Harold Thill, Algona, brother-in-law of the bride, and Jerry Seller, cousin of the bride, and Ken Dorcnkamp, friend of the groom, Alexander and Dennis Foss, 'Alexader, cousin of the groom. Acolytes were Ron Arndorfer, John Roeder, Jimmie Grandgenett and Jerry McCarthy. . . . A buffet dinner and reception were served following the ceremony at the Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore, Iowa, to 150 relati- ' and' Mends; ptu,estis!.w?t;e; rei-', ferfed. by» jMiiri^'Chezdlc, <Mj$bn City, friend of the bride," and the "il'ts were handled, by Genee Woodward, and Grace McEvoy friends of the bride and Loretta Foss and Linda Meinders, cousins of the groom. Mrs J. N. Seller, Algona, aunt and godmother of the bride and Mrs Elmer Meinders, Alexander, aunt of the groom, poured. Mrs Roy Foss; arid ;Mrs Donald Foss. Alexander;, aunts of the groom cut and served the cake. In' the evening friends and relatives were entertained at a dance at Duncan, Iowa. Following a short'• wedding trip the couple will be at home at 124 '4th N. E., MaSon City, Iowa. The bride is a 1959 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona, and La James School of Beauty, Mason City and is employed as a cosmetologist at Gerald's Hairstyling Salon, Mason City, Iowa. The groom attended Alexander High, Schol and Hamilton School f Commerce, Mason City, Iowa and is ehiployed at. .the Fib'erco Comtba'nV, 'Mason City, Iowa; ' Out of town guests were from Alexander; . Iowa 'Falls. Mason City,i Carrol], Belrnond Rockwell .Forest. .City, Mcservey,. Wesley, Algona and Bode. (Isaacson Studio Foto — UDM Engraving) FARMERS who plant alfalfa, plan to leava it down for 3 hay years or less, a recent survey shows. For ghort rotations, the highest, i yielding, winter-hardy all-purpose alfalfa seed you can buy U NOCULIZED T. N. Kit. BRAND ALFALFA CLOVER LEAF HATCHERY & FEED Main fe Commercial — Algona — CY 4-2824 Population Of Bancroft Uppei By New Arrivals Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner are parents of a son born Feb. 3 at Holy Family Hospital. ; Mr and Mrs Clyde Reinsbach are parents of a son born Feb 5 Buffalo Center Hospital. Mr and Mrs Monte Scobba are parents of a daughter born Feb. 10 at St. Ann hospital Algona. Fractures Arm Mrs Glen Cowing fell at her home Monduy morning when she slipped on the ice, fracturing her arm. Hospitalized Many folks in hospitals the past, week: James Myer, son of Mr and Mrs V. J. Meyer, and junior at St. John's high school, went to Rochester Friday where he is a medical patient. Mrs A. J. Long, Henry Erich, Mrs John Vaskc arc- medical patient at Holy Family, Estherville. John Bauor, also a patient, had surgery Thursday. Mrs Walter Monke underwent surgery this weuk at St. Ann, Algona. turned Thursday from a ten days vacation in Florida. Many Movers Movers in this vicinity are George Anderson family to the Welp Hatchery farm. The Larson family hiovcd to the Bcri Brink residence. He is employed at th(5 Welp Hatchery. The Ites family moved to Buffalo Center. Linus Vaske moved to West Bend where he purchased a farm. Mr and " Mrs Carpenter and family moved to the farm owned by Clarence Vaske. Richard Krapp family moved to the Kenneth Ditsworth residence. He wil be employed by Mrs H. G. Hamilton Hatchery farm. Bill Bernard will move to the Thilgos Estate farm purchased by him and his father. Anton Kardoes moved from the Murray farm to Titonka. Cletus Dorr will farm the Murray farm. Virgil Block wen,'living on the Presthus farm ,moved to his mother's farm near Cylinder. His father was killed in a car accident in the fall. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss soent Wednesday evening at the Ben Dorr nome St. Benedict. The ladies attended a party at the Dennis Doocy home. Brcnda Jean is the name of the new daughter born to Mr and Mrs Joe Kcmna recently. x About 40 members of the K. C. attended the supper and regular meeting at the Legion rooms. There was no Johns Thursday school at St. so the band could take part in a concert held at Algona. Patty Dolan spent Thursday at Swea City and attended school with her former classmates and visited friends. Mr and Mrs Joseph Welp re- Burial Here; Feb. /, For Joseph Koppen Joseph Koppen, Burt resident died early Saturday mornine Feb. 4, at Holy Familv hosnital, Esth- o'-ville. He was 72 and had been ill for nearly 2 years. Services were held at 9:30 Tuesday, Feb. t. John's. Catholic church "•b'Rt'-Rie^Mser. J. A. Schultes officiating Burial was in Calvary Cemetery, Algona, with Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Serving as pallbearer's were Jake Smith, Ed Smith, Bernard Meistcr, Donald Weber, Walter Gocke and Rudy Hildman. Mr Koppen was born Sept. 13, 1883 at Lakota and was married to Clara Dutton on Feb. 14, 1917 at St. Cecelia church in Algona. She preceded him in death on May 194o. He is survived by one daughter Eleanor, Mrs A. A. Hildman of Burt and two grandchildren, Patricia and Kathleen Hildman; five brothers and two sisters; Peter and Otto, Lakota, Frank, Algona; Mike, Whittemore; Lawrence, Wesley, Mrs ' Cleve Rice, Des Moines; Mrs Charles McDonald, Waterloo. He was in the general contracting business in the Livermore area for some twenty years, until ho retired to a farm near Burt in 1955. A sister-in-law Vivian Dutton kept house for him after the death of his wife. Mrs Mathilda Meyer returned home Thursday after spending several months with her immediate family after being released from the Lutheran hospitals in Fort Dodge. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT When the phone rings, do you... It's mighty inconvenient to drop everything and dash to the phone... A handy basement phone lets you do two jobs at ono Choose from three telephone styles to enjoy convenient extension service TABLE MOPEL . PHONE in tiin« NEW I SPACE- SAVING WALL PHONE in eight colors PRINCESS PHONE In five colort TO ORDER your extension telephone service, or for more details, call the Northwestern Bell business effica, 16 Herds Have High Butterfat Average/January Twenty five milking herds were tested on D.H.I.A. plan and twenty nine were tested on Owner Sample plan during January, according to Forrest Hofbauer, Swea City, north unit 'supervisor. • The Owner Sample' herds tested 18 on the New Cen- Icral Procesing in which they receive twice as much information on their cows than they did before. Herds averaging over 40 Ibs. of butterfat for January were those of Dale Schroeder, Ralph Walker, Thursday, Feb. 16, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 Jr., Harry Bartelt, Herman Soderberg, Mnrtiri Harms, Edwin Wichlendahl, and Hilbert Bierstedt. . Harry Vigdal, Ed Tigges, Virgil Bosnia, Donald Hofbaucr, John Iluger, Alvin Boetlchor, C. H. Wilhelmi, Milton Madison and George Wallentine. 184 YEARS 184 years are i epresen-.ed by two "youngsters" — William Orr and George Ehrhardl. Each is 92 years old. Mr Ehrhardt is a retired justice of the peace and Orr is still semi-active as a farm seed salesman. Orr and Ehrhardt have known each other and have been friends all their long lives. WANT ADS BHING RESULTS TAX TIME? An adding machine is a necessity. They are also an excellent gift. We have them. Upper Des Moincs Pub. Co., Algona. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17 LEO GRECO And His PIONEERS SATURDAY, FEB. 18th JULES HERMAN And His FINE DANCE ORCHESTRA PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa p No Dances During Lent | I Except St. Patrick's Dance \ | - March 17. § Don Hoy a (Doors Open Early) 1 No Advance H Booth Reservations § Doors Ope.n at 8:30 FOR THEJ/IAN WHO WANTS EVERYTHING! Dodge Dartll a full-slio Dodge lor the price of a Ferd or Chevy Dodge Lancer priced right down the line with Comet, Corvalr and Falcon Now, the most fi.nlcfiy car buyer has two kinds of Dodges" to make him happy. Compact Dodge Lancer. Full-size Dodge Dart. They differ in size, appearance and price. Otherwise, they are virtually identical. Both have a unitized, rust-proofed body. A superb ,ride called Torsion- .Aire. And a new alternator that charges even at idle, STANDARD OR COMPACT YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE makes a battery last a lot longer than usual. Dart is a full-size Dodge priced model for model with Ford and Chevrolet. The compact Dodge Lancer is priced down the line With Comet, Corvair and Falcon. Go see the cars that have everything. Compact Dodge Lancer. Full-size Dodge Dart. Do it- soon. At your nearest Dodge Dealer.. PERCIVAL MOTORS-800 So. Phillips St., Algona, Iowa 6 •WESTINGHOUSE FEATURES MAKE COOKING SIMPLER...CLEAN-UP EASIER 1."Fine-Tuning"SurfaceUnits 4. 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