The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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•-,! _ ^ ^ - fc f , _ rv . ,p«**t»,». »»-Y**'** *«^j* rft» . _ • — „-.*„.. .^M-*A«M.^^;^.> *!MM" s Sept. 2 itfemore CafOl Kollasch, daughter* of Mr- - and i,., Leo Koltesch of Algona, and' Patrick Mergen, son of Mr. Id Mrs; Mike Mergen, of here, echanged nuptial visws Satur- dfjy.'Sept.- 2 at 10 a.m. hi St, Michael's • Catholic- church with Rev. Philip Dailey Officiating al th|b double', ring ceremony. 6t- gapiat Sister 'Mary Eleanor accompanied Mrs. David Kollasch and John Kollasch, soloists. The- bride Was attired in a whitd nylott organfca gown with flttfetf, bodice efnbrofdered with a scalloped neckllhd, shaft sleed- 68 flftd lon'g-gauntlets. The fujl floof-Iength skirt had side pane: With ail-over embtdidefey. H( waist le.ngth veil was a circuit bouffant of English imported na;t .lUuSlort,,which was held in placfe by crown o4 Chantilly lac* trinf riled With- irrideseent serums and pearls. She carried a bouquet of. fed Koses and White steprtoniti*. Betty-tferner Was maid' ojf hoti- oT.JMri William LaniprigHt was bridesmaid, Mary Carol Hooney •Was flower girl. Philip .Jjergeh wafc ringpearer. Gary Ha.rnjs was be^t tt$n, William tanipright was grdomsman. David/ Kollasch and Robert Besch were ushers. A reception was held in the K. C. hall at Algona for 150 guests. Mr. Mefgen graduated/ from Presentation Academy and is now with the U. S. Marine Corps. The bridfe graduated from Pres.- Make a date with the SCOUT I So versatfle youTl havetd plan Its days. • ' A handy 54 1. pickup for light hauling; without cab, sporty for fun; with doors and windows off—runabout for hitting the trail; with steel ^avel-Topor soft vinyl top,; a fuUy-aidoseil " wagon; Peppy; 93. hpCpR^^plHB 1 engine. , ; even pulls a light trailer. Optional aH-wheel« drive makes it a tiger When the goin^ it t buy-^t ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO ALGONA, IOWA INTERNATIONAL* TRUCKS . : • WOBLD'S MOST COMPLETE LINE "this is probably tho'labor-savingest macWiia to ever co&e to the rescjje of teWbuUdew,.* la whalt Dean Bkrnes, county extension diredtor, has to, say about thq machine beuig puUed by a tractor 111 th T\ftence a r b °b V u e ilt by U.S, Steel, will lead things off at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 14 at this year's Clariott.Web- ster Farm S Day, to be held « mile south of Kanawaha; According to the manufacturer, the fenC lf ifcW^o^ Barbed t*a.<o* taUH* once), stretches wire to .the proper tension and hodds it in place tightly rfor hand' fastening -to posts — all ln °oVe? e featu n res of the field day will include results from field experiments conducted under Clarion-Webster soil and climatig conditions. The-program is expected to end about 4 p.m. ___ entation Academy and has been employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone in Algona. They will reside in Olathe, Kansas, where tar. Mefgen is stationed. Mother Passes Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag and,' family, Mr. and Mrs. . Charles! Bormann, Mr. 'and. Mrs. Martin. Duffy arid Mr. and Mrs. Robert! Walker attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Fehring, 89, mother of Mrs. Henry Haag. who.died at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Albert DaunhoVer, Carroll, following a long illness. Mrs. Fehring had .lived here with- the Hdags for almost six years before going to Carroll., Funeral- servicqs were held last Monday in St. Francis Catholic; church in Maple River, with her.; son, Rev. Matthew Fehring S.; D. S, of Blackwood, New Jersey, officiating. Burial was in Maple; River cemetery., j Hospital Report,""'...; I! Mrs. Anthony Hanson ; e'nter'edf St. Ann hospital', in jAlgona as; - •• - off. He will be bedfast weeks. three 'Ray j bean " 7 lH3rrns "and Bill!, Ree.d are; medical patients in: Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. . \ Mrs. Otto. Ruhrike is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital. Ronnie ; Degeh,' 2% year old! son. ,of Li Mr. apdi Mrs. iWnhani! Degeni -- had the mlsfortunfes,«? break his left leg last Tuesday when he was playing on the picnic table and accidentally ; fell BUMPER CROPS CALL FOR ECONOMICAL, FLEXIBLE STORAGE GRAIN STORAGE BUILDINGS ARE ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES WOOD STRUCTURES DO THE JOB ECONOMICALLY, AND AFFORD FLEXIBILITY IF LATER CONVERSIONS ARE DESIRED. Now Under Construction — 5 FARM BUILDINGS OF ALL TYPES WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT THESE YOURSELF! DOZENS OF PLANS . . . YOURS FOR THE ASKING - LET US QUOTE COSTS - FINANCING AVAILABLE. Church program * , •> A prdgrtam. was held* Sunday! evening In St. Paul's' Lutherari church, sponsored by members of, the church council, honoring; 5*1' adult ' members who have joined the congregation by confirmation and , transfers since June 15,; 1959* All,' members of the congregation' Sverej .invited.; Rev. Cleo Kautsch was^ master of; ceremonies. Lloyd Scfiiilze' of Clare was the speaker of thfc evening. Sandra • - Hanover and! Miriam Kautsch played piano solos and a'safcophone duet was played by Carol Ostwaldf'anc Ttudy Bet,ts. Refreshments were served following the program. Mr. and' Mes.\ Harold' Schmeling, and -Mr- and Mrs.'' William Lauck;o'f'here'and Mr. and ]Mrs. Fritz* Gilmanri vof. Estherville : droVe io Milwaukee) Wise; Saturday 'Where; they .attended investiture ceremonies of - JMarsha Weedmanri,, : aj niece, of-1 Cashmere, Washington. ; ;. Mr. and Mrs.'Arnold Baas and Mrs. 'Edwinl' Baas and soa Dennis of .Jeffers", -. Minn., 4 Mr. ana Mrs." Fritz L-GUmahn:; and soiv Jame's of Estherville and-Mi;. and; Mrs. Harold, Schmeling ? ana daughter Nancy) • of here^jverei /Sunday,, dinner^ . guests, i at? thet 'h'ome" of ""Mr;''and Mrsr Wflltem; Laiick. ' ' A^farriily picnic was,held Sun- day'at the Don Cole home in Whittemore. - Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaiix of West : Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doll. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doll and family, and Mr. and .'Mrs. Ivan Walcott and family of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Doll of Manson, Mr; arid Mrs.'Perry De- Grotte of Corwith, Mr. and'>Mrs.. Forrest DeGr.ottej of Humboldt,, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hanson and: family of Havelock, Mr. and Mrs,. Allen Vaux and .family oriPbca- hontas, and 'Mr. and Mrs.i Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of here. man, Donald Madsen A discussion was given by David Ruhnke, A demonstration was T given' by iTqjn Kain. Lunph was) served by the h,osts. s < Mqrciq Anderson Nurse Graduate Marci'a. Anderson, pictured here, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett, Elr -Anderson, 'received her; diploma' frbfh', 16wa^ Methodist' School' of- NUrstog",' toes Moines, Sept. 1. She will'return' to Des Moines,-.Sept 21-to take, her. state boarcl exams. Marcia will ,be married,to Richlard Olsen, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olsen, Sexton, Oct. 22 at First Methodist church, Algonai (JJDM, Engraving). - . • • Wed 45 Years The children of Mr: and Mrs Chris Ha&se will honor their parents on' their • 45th • wedding anniversary with, an open house at the; Haase home -he'ar Bupt Sunday, ' Sept. 17, from 2 to a p.m. All •friends and relatives are invited- to attend. !s"-J4^, --1^", -.^Ml ' ' ' ^>y| ' i',' ,,W*5.iS, * ,--.' v,i ! r^'? w 7 "FIRM" POLE BUILDINGS DESIGNED for POWER FARMING CATTLi SHEDS - MACHINE SHEDS - ALL TYPES, SIZES Completely Erected By Our Own Experienced Crew • NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD OR REPAIR - LET'S TALK IT OVER Plum Creek 4-H Names Officers A meeting of the Plum Creek Boys 4-H- club was held Sept. 6. Officers- for the coming yeai were elected. They are: president, Jerry Raney, vice president, Don Etherington, s e c r e t a ry-trcasurer, Nancy Ringsdorf, reporter, Eugene Gardner, recreational chair- IF IT'S NEWS'WE WANT IT This eT»cfr?t co-op is another independent, fax-paying business enterprise —owned and controlled by . i >. rural families of this community. • - • Symbol of «•• •pooltv. nirol «l«- i Itlflcotlon 4.p«nrfablfi nan- prof II .l.dric »ntc< •pf rural. Humboldt County R.E.C. Phone 99 — Humboldt, Iowa 5QUTH PHILLIPS ST, ALGQNA Phone CY. 44619 Can You J | : %JiT inTidie? wrvi wsi (NfTAuip A eoMntn AIAMCO I BONDED BRAKE LINING '13.95* /pmiiiaiN TpTD T7 T? INSPECTION WAGNER D-X SERVICE ~»* w r .1 • *T • • » 'cv'4»280S *: •* r IT'S S i \ • Make your houseeleanhfl swttrt ami *|mde . i , by sondrng bedspreads, «lip.«»ver*, Wdnket*, ciMallii, > OS. Jus» CA"- CY 4 ' 326S F ^ ft WEB r PICKUP ,AND DELIVERY. " ' ! All your wearable* and home furnishing* for a com- pleto renovating. Your summer wardrobe will be returned ready for. storage... ... yo,ur Fall 1 thlnfl*, ready / to W«ar* ,•,,',-'.•' ' ' .,' INwfc and Dry Cleaners "EAST OF THE COURTHOUSE" Yes, Sub! ' i i ' I ' » i, f i We've Changed The Course , of History,,, Here at CULLEN'S In Algona ... ,',<•*• :&I IMACS 'M -&#i. m r v<*. •IF **.(<• ;ffr;>rv.E^ i,, .i ..v.^i^» .y^jj We'll Blow Those Feds Right (FRIDAY AND SATURDAY'S CIVIL WAR QNLY) YOU CAN'T PU§H THOSE .LEAVES UNDER THE RUG! BROOM RAKES WIPE THE SLATE CLEAN WITH ONE OF THESE PLASTIC DOOR MAT FOOT SCRAPER; (REGULAR $1.69) EXTRA HEAVY GALVANIZED 10 Qt. PAILS - 69c > , ALl PURPOSE PLASTIC 11 Qt. PAILS - 69c RANCH AND. HOME WHITE HOUSE PAfMT GAIVANIZW M B. GRAIHPASKETS FITS ANY WIMpiPW ~'Apjy$TABH WHITI SCREEN INSEftTS „ 7%]Wt»t 5e««tC«vw R fe^"—^^K, ^, ^& ' u -jtt. 'jiv***>fl^M ijy-^-* OWARE tfy^y&wwg&ffl

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