The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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4-Alflona (la.) Upper D« Molnet TM)r»doy, July 6, 1961 V." Couple Wed June 4 Edwin Lalng, BOH of Mr. and Mrs. ,Qtto fc. .liatng,,,received,Jiis "BscDgfof of "fc&ws' degree frorii StanfCfl-a TJfdverslty M«k W. ft. Foster will ha*6 as her guests next week Dr. and Mrs. Jess Foster and two grandsons of "Long Beach. Calif. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. John Dittmsr, who were mar- Jfied Jhtoe 4 id Good Hope Methodist church. Mrs. Dittrner is the -sfornier Helena Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Martin Meyer, Burf. -Mr. Dittmer is (the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, also of _Burt After a wedding trip to southern Oklahoma the couple are a.t =holrie on i farm 5% miles north of Swea -City. A complete wedding 4staryaappeared in the,June 15 issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines. CUDM Engraving) '. Dr. arid Mrs. L. L. Snyder and sons have returned from a vacation trip to Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan "have gone to Lake Okoboji for -a -month's vacation. PLANTATION BARROOM Whlttemore, Iowa SUNDAY, JULY 9 MARV REEDSTROM Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham and Gary have left on a two- week vacation in northern Minnesota. Mi. and Mrs. Joseph Long are the parents of an 8 pound, 13 ounce daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital Mr. and Mrs. Truman Simpson spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji where they visited . the son, George McMahon, 'wTio is a1 Camp Foster and the daughter, Pauline, who is employed at Spirit Lake. SUNDAY, JULY 16 t RAY LEWIS | SUNDAY, JULY 23 | GUY DE LEO | SUNDAY, JULY 30 | HENRY CHARLES | No Advance 1 Booth Reservations 1 Doors Ope.i at 8:30 FRI., JULY 7ih FRANK BUHR AND HIS RAMBLERS SAT., JULY Blh HENRY CHARLES AND HIS ORCHESTRA TUES., JULY 11 - 8 io 11 TEEN DANCE ROCK 'N' FLAMES Parents FREE - Teens 75c THURS.. JULY 13ih LES ELGART AND HIS NAME ORCH. Adm. $1.70 plus tax lot. $1.80 Mr. tr*d Mi";. former Algonans ttow of De6 Moines, "Were here Saturday •*< attend the De Groote-Cowsfo wedding. —«• Pat Ferris Is Spending ten daft here with her parents, Mr. aad Mrs. Jerry Ferris. She - is employed at a -children's home in Davenport. Mr. and M?s. Phil Diamoae . spent from Saturday through i Tuesday -at Cedar Rapids. They 1 attended the wedding of Phil's brother Sunday. —o— • .Mrs. Dick Meyer and Mrs. A ( F. Agerta went to LaFayette, Indiana last week to attend a national meeting of Presbyterian women at Purdue 'University. Mi. and Mrs. E. L. Garbett had as their guests over the Fourth of July weekend the former's brother and wife. "Mr. and Mrs Tom Garbett, Des Moines. —o— Mr.' and Mrs. A. W. Ofaerwetter went to Des Moines Monday tc meet their .son; Jim,'who is homt on a 20-day leave "from the Army. He is Stationed in California Mi. and Mrs. Craig Smith took -"Mrs. Inez Wolfe to. Mason City Monday to board a plant' for Kansas City, Mo. where she was -called by the death of a brother. Baptisms Sunday, ai Sir Cecelia's Catholic church -were Trudie Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Miller; Ronda 1/ynn, daughter of Mr. "and Mrs jjturetl i). lAidwig and Elizabeth Cecelia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dahlhauser. Attending Annual Conference of the Methodist church at Sioux City recently were Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mrs. Elva Simpson and Rev." and Mrs. Newtor Coughenour. Rev. Coughenqur was appointed by Bishop F. Gerald Ensley to serve the local church for his fifth year. —o— Mr. and Mis. Grady Phillips spent from Saturday through "Wednesday stt .Leech JUake, Minn.. They ^re accbihpafiieS* ! by iSfe- mer Algonans, Mir. andMrs. Bennie Ingeibritzen of VWnnebago Minn. The -daughter, Gayle, visited her sister, Mrs. Tom Zweifel at Fairmont during her parents' absence. Rev. Myron Blower has been confined to his home for the past week with a virus. Joseph Skow gave the sermon for him Sunday at the Presbyterian church Deanne Brower suffered a relapse of the same ailment and .had to be brought home frorr Presbyterian Camp at Lake Oko boji, Thursday. Mrs. Ray Walbridge, the former Judy Cowan, is visiting hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowan, here. She -arrived June 28 and was met at Minneapolis by her parents and grandmother Mrs. Phil Hemphill. The sister Cindy, will return to Olympla Wash., with Mrs. Walbridge anc spend several weeks there afte) July 12. Cheryl ** J*', ,E Weds *^> riMrifr rnony. -iSrrSih 4 <B .rrtttii .nl iMiguta as Cut Barn-Building Costs $645 Several young people from ihe Methodist church here are attending Camp Quest at Lake Okoboji this week. They are John and Tom Snyder, Peggy Schutter, Linda Sands, Ttevid Palmer, Gail Bartholomew. Wayne Christiansen, Sandra Pingel, .Phil Taylor, Dana and Mickey Snodgress Carol Teeter, Glen Tschetter, Diane Allen, Carol Sue 'Smith, Haflcy Elmore. Bosemary Mino, Darla Carr, Bryce, Marsha and Brent Sampson and James Schoby. Swea City Girl Weds Idaho Man Swea City — Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'Moellering announce 'the! marriage of their Daughter, Laur-! aine to Truman Nordby, son ol Frances Nordby, Dover, Idaho.] Rev. W. A. Farmer performed the | double ring .ceremony June 17 zi the Methodist .church in' Swea City. Caryl Larsen was organist and accprapanieii Sharolyn Wilon. ,"" ' , " , . * Paul Moellering .and Judy Davidson were candlelighters. Judie Moellering was maid of honor and Dee Ann Emery was bridesmaid. Gary Milacnick, Fairmont was best man and ushers were Jttcjiard .Stevens and :Wm. Wai- stead. • "' '' •• - MTST f "Geb. Harner was" .dining room hostess:'. waitresses were Marlene Studer and Joan' Ramnes, Mrs. Louise Gardiner cut and served the cake; Mrs. Richard Stevens, served punch, Mrs Lee Davidson poured coffee and iorrainne Kracht had charge 01 the guest book. Ladies helping in the kitchen were Mesdames W. B. Shipler Geo. Nelson and Gifford Smith. After a week's wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells, the coupli will be at home in Tomahawk Wise, where he is employed. EXAMPLE: 24 x 36 ft. Clear Span loafing and Storage barn, all materials CUSTOM-DESIGNED LIFETIME BUILDINGS SEE US NOW FOR COMPLETE PACKAGE BUILDINGS Lifetime Pent* Poles & Splash boards Stronghold® & Screwtite® Hardened Steel Nail* Resolite fiberglass roof lights Top Quality Lumber on Rafters & Purlins ALCOA "30 Year" Aluminum Clear Span 24'-28'^-32' -40" up to 80" Condensation Control • No Maintenance This is NQT a stripped down model. This is a quality building all the way through. We invite ypu to inspect the plans and specifications without obliga- tion. WE WILL FINANCE POLE BUILDING UP TO 5 YEARS Botsford Lumber Co* SERVICEMEN FORT RILEY, KAN. — Cadel Siegfried J. Wenzel, 20, son o: Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Wenzel Bancroft, Iowa, is receiving six weeks of training at the Reservr Officer Training Corps (ROTC.> summer camp at Fort RUey, Kan. The training is scheduled to be concluded July 2B. Cadet Wenzel is receiving practical experience and instructor in tactical, technical and admin- ist;-auvt- subjects, with special emphasis placed on the duties ol a second lieutenant in an infantry unit. He is a 1958 graduate of Browerville (Minn.) High School anc is attending St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn. Cadet Ruben J. Bell, 21, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ben, Swea City, Iowa, is also receiving the same six weeks of training. He is a 105b graduate of St. John's High School, Bancroft, and is attending Creighlon Univei- sity, Omaha, Neb. TYPEWRITERS! Portable S m i i h-Corona. Remington; upright L. C. Smiih. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. St. CY 4-2619 Cheryl Houchins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Houchins Algona, and Michael Seiler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller rural Algtma, were united ir marriage June 17 in St. Cecelia's •church -at 10 a.m. Father Thiele .. Seite? served *is twthef as ~be&t rharl J8»a Jrrh "SmKaiifts, bftrfhfe of the bride, was grt)Dmsrfi&n. Slrigbeater was Jody Thitl. ftJsli- •efs ?were Henry Seiler anfl liSr- ^ -Heltlman. Steve SrnrQi and atom 1 J'ox were acolytes. Inflowing the ceremony, a TC- •tfeption dinner was helfl at-the .iPfertatiOn baHroom for 17& Ififssts. Diarme Stebritz «ttd Betty 'Ihflges were In charge of th" fuest boolt. Gwen Egel serve'd ihe -punch. Marilyh Seiler, Warici Houchins and "Vyda -Jbhnsor opened gifts. Cutting -and serving *he_ .-cake Were , Mrs. Ssthfi' Bflsten aM-lSi*. Wayne Miguel Mtk .Hfirty" fityaft 'Bttfl Mrs. E^ Cole -poured. • ' Hie brileJs aUffiB graduate o' Spirit Lake high school and at 'tended jtowa State Teachers Col lege. She is .now employed DJ- NorthweBteisfi Bell Telephone Co The bridegroom is a 1958 graduate of sAlgona Jiigh school and if emiiloyed'.atVltelley Tjumber. Fol- lowiftg,a "wedding trip the couple is now -fit o.home in Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo — 1JDM Engraving) ff .__ JDM ClnsDitipbt- Pay Dividena CONSOLIDATED MILK EVERY DAY - Three living .member s of the fisnWnatioii GlftW tit 1886 werd hoftbfM recently on their 75ttt afmiversary of membership to St, Paul's .United 'Church in Wheat"land, ,fhe olflest member of the tfla^^^Mrs. Htuda Riedesel, 90, 4/fj& ittflfcble 1o "be present due to IsiSrlQtts illness. The other two Intending were Mfa. Lena Sen- Clark Rieck, H of Manchester suffered, 4 bacK$nj!iry, 'rMfcemly in a falHH ««te.tMftlMi feet at Backbonf-*a«! &&' X-*ayg indicated he suffered five or six cracked vertebrae. HOT WEATHER IS HERE! MODEL MCA 117, 1 TON, 7 ft AM?. WESTINGHOUSE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Consolidated Co-op Creameries SERVING ALGONA, WHITTEMORE, SWEA CITY, FENTON, LONE ROCK AND BURT PHONE WHITTEMORE 8-3361 FOR THE FRESHEST IN DELIVERED DAIRY PRODUCTS 1961 Mobilaire* Conditioner REGULAR PRICE $279.95, AND WINDOW KIT @ $12.95. OUR PRICE INSTALLED '229 95 (While They Last) ,, . :.,. OTHER MODELS, SIZES TO MEET ANY NEEDS Beecher lane Appliance CY 4-3613 Algona. Iowa Ask your dealer about a real cool extra-cost option-Chevrolet air conditioning. Corvair 700 Club Coupe. A 2^oor budget-minded beauty with thistledown handling, rear-engine traction and quick-stepping, gassy performance. Komad 9-Passenger Station Wagon. Chevrolet'* the full-sized wagon more people are picking. A choice of sic to save on from nilty Nomads to thrifty Brookwooda. Bel Air 4»Bw>r Sedan. Priced just above the thriftiest fuihshsei Cbevroleta, Bel Airs give you the lull treatment of Body by Fisher craftBraansayj. Summer Savings Now at your Chewolet Dealers One-Stop Shopping Center You'll find the buys even more inviting than the weather at your Chevrolet dealer's'now. Because more people are buying Chevrolet than any other make, your dealer can serve up summer savings in extra big portions. If you like your driving full sized, you can choose from thrifty Biacaynes, people-pleasin' Bel Airs and impeccable Impalas. If you've a yen for a big wagon, Chevy's got six that haul like sixty. If thrift-size is your size, then CorVair's tho car for you. Ten budget-pleasin* models to pick from. And, of course, every Corvair is a driver's delight thanks to the nimble, sure-footed going that's yours with Corvair's superb rear-engine design. It sure adds up to a lot of happy-driving ways to save, doesn't it? Thirty-one, to bo exact. With so much so handy at your Chevrolet dealer's, choosing a new car just couldn't be simpler or savm'er. Come ip and see for yourself. Jet-smooth Chevy See &$ WM Chewdds at yowrk^avtWim^ Qhfvrolei dealer's One-Stop Shopping Cenfer m ALGONA, IOWA

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