The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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Deanna Ludwig Weds West Bend Man Nov. the bride es ' son of Mr West Rnn Thil * GS ° f West Bend, in a ceremony Nov " in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. R Geareh o ' •nciated. Erv Thilges and John. Forbes were acolytes. Kathleen Giiffin was organist and Terry Jonnson sang. -i The bride's attendants were ^ nct Ludwig, maid of honor: Mrs Arlene Hellen\ bridesmaid and Pam Ludwig, flower girl. ' Glen Thilges servld his bro ther as best man; Vern Ludwig was groomsman and Steven Ludwig, i-ingbearer. Ronnie Thilge^ and Darrell Ludwig seated the guests. The bride wore a gown .of chantilly lace over a foundation of net and taffeta. The basque bodi.ce was fashioned with long INSTANT HEAT Anywhere Only a Knipco heater brings you circulating warm air instantly, wherever yon need it. Plug it in anywhere—indoors or out. Use the really low • priced Knipco in your machine shed, hog house, milk house, or chicken house. Thaw pipes, pumps, equipment. Pre-heat engines. Many other applications. . Burns kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil, needs no vent. Anyone can run it. Plug in for heat—pull plug to stop! Thermostat available. The larger F150 works just as easy but puts out more heat. Stop in soon for a dem- v ., .. onslration. , • , . ^ ' BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT CY 4-3451 ALGONA lace sleeves ending in a bridal point at the wrist. The bateau neckline of scalloped lace was ornamented with sequins. Th lace skirt featured a seml>prin cess front panel and swept into a rounded cathedral train. The back of the skirt was ornamented with a French poiif at either side and lace scallops sprinkled with sequins edged the hem and train of the gov/n. A cloud veil of imported English bridal illusion was attached to a lace crown ornamented with pearls and sequins. The bride wore a pearl necklace and carried an aurora borealis rosary, gifts from the bridegroom. Her floW- ers were a cascade bouquet of red roses. A dinner-reception for 2ou quests was held at noon at the Plantation ballroom. Mrs Bette Grell poured coffee and Mrs Bonnie Metzen served punch. Mrs Leo Immerfall, Mrs L W Johnson and Mrs Andrew Marty cut and served the cake and Mrs Larry Manus and Louella Thilges were lining room hostesses and Shern Ludwig and Marlene Thilges ere waitresses. Rita Bonnstette* egistered the guests and gifts were' opened by Georgia Marlow, Eleanor Krug and Evelyn Thilges. An evening meal was served to approximately 75 people. The bride is a 1959 graduate of St.- Cecelia's Academy and has since been employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone. The bridegroom is a graduate of West Bend high school and operates a recreation parlor- ill West Bend. After a wedding trip to the southern states, the couple will be at home in West Bend. Mary Bauer Of Bancroft Wed* Minnesota, Man Bancroft — Many relatives* and friends from here attended the Bauer-Albright wedding here Saturday morning.' Mary Helen Bauer, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Prank Bauer and has been employed at Fairmont since her graduation. They will make their home at Blue Earth where Mr Albright is employed. Irving ton Co-Op To Have Change In Personnel Irvington — Chas. Reaper is resigning from his job at Irvington Co-Op Co. here effective Dec. 1st. At a meeting of the Board of Directors Thursday '. evening, Mike Seller of Algona was hirea in his place. The Sellers will live in the house owned by the Co-Op Co. Work of modernizing the house is now in progress, a new well being drilled, -and furnace installed. Elmer Dole Construction Co. las completed its road work for ;he season and is now bringing n the machinery for storage. Elmer Fowler returned to Ft. Dodge Saturday after concluding his visit at the home of his sister, Mrs Lee Colwell. Mrs Don Hansen returned home Friday p.m. from Lutheran hospital, at Ft. Dodge, - where, recent surgery <was performed. •• She is(now well on* the road to recovery. The Ted Meri's of Ft. Doai»u spent Sunday with her father, Chris Gales here. . Mrs Rose Murphy left Sunday to attend the,golden wedding anniversary of her brother and wife Wm. Hammel of Los Angeles. Janice Gacke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Gacke, is a medical patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Mrs Leo Arndorfer is suffer- ng from a burned haned, suffer- 3d when she spilled boiling watei over it. Mr and Mrs B. H. Sudimier Mpls. spent Wednesday and Thursday with friends here. Mrs Ben Lampe entertained 16 adies at coffee Friday afternoon. A Thanksgiving lunch was served. Mr and Mrs Charles McGuiru and Tom and Kenneth Bergman are spending a week at Highmore, So. Dak., and with the Connelly brothers in Nebraska. Mr and Mrs James Becker are visiting with Mr Becker's brother, Father Backer in So. Dak. and attended thf funeral of a relative. Mr and' Mrs Marvin Becker are staying at the Becker farm while they are away. Kenneth Bergman has been under; the doctors care, sul'ferini; from Ulcers. ' Mrs Richard Menke is helping at the home of her daughter and family, the Doctor Lensings at Whittemofe helping care for the new daughter born Nov. 12 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville Mrs Leona Johnson entertained a group of nine boy friends of Chuck's . at supper Wednesday evening. ' Mr and Mrs Clyde Eckhart entertained a group of relatives and friends at supper Tuesday evening; Jean Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo. Anderson, underwent major surgery recently at University hospital, Iowa City. 3er father spent several days at Iowa City and her mother will remain with'her until she is're- leased from the hospital, which will be a week or ten days. Mr and Mrs Don Degcn are parents of a son born Nov. 14 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They now have a' family ..of 'three daughters =and«twor-«ons,, "v '.«, Diane Stebritz Of Algona To Wed Dee. 27 Mr and Mrs H. W. StebHtz arf nounce the engagement end a#* preaching marriage -"of.•'•••• their daughter, Diane, shown here, to Marlin Kirsch, son of Mr anc Mrs Lawrence Kirsch of Whittemore. • ; ' Diane is a graduate of : St; Cecelia's Academy and is presently employed at' the Security State Bank. Mr. Kirsch graduated' frorri Presentation Academy at Whitte,more and is attending Cr'eighton University at Omaha, Nebr. The wedding will take place Dec. 27 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church (UDM Engraving) INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchised dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. Christmas Seal Campaign On The annual TB sales prograr^ is now in progress and letters with stamp enclosures have been mailed to Kossuth resident's'. Seals chairmen are Mrs George Wolf, Algona, for the south .half of the county and Mrs Dettmer Thompson, Swea City, for the north half. The seals sale is the only fundraising program the association has. Although two sheets ,'of stamps are enclosed ($2.00 worth; contributions may be either more or less than that amount. Giving is entirely on a voluntary basis. Money received is used to finance the county program. ..''•-,'.' Homemcskers Met The Plum Creek Homemakers piet Nov. 15 at the community room with Mrs Robert Harrison, Mrs ' Harold Bode, Mrs .Mike Schmidt and Mrs Lyle Davis ;a:< assistant hpstesses. InsDJr.atiqn> was given by Mrs Cec'il Long* It was decided to have a gift exchange and was voted to give $5 to the TB Fund. Program speaker was Mayor Shierk who talked on Civil Defense. Everyone in the family will enjoy many hours of entertainment with a gift of a radio, television set, record player or stereo set this Christmas. This year make it a gift for the home ... a gift for everyone ... a gift that will give many hours of fun and relaxation. The ALLISON TV Series 23Z-8-21.M 23" tube (overall dlag.), 282 sq, In, picture CLARE^PROOF PICTURE TUBS RCA VICTOR TABLE MODEL • Glare-Proof Picture Tube • Super-Powerful "New Vista" Tuner »23"(overalfdlag.) FulNPIqture Tube • 22,500 voU chassis (design average) • "Golden throat" Sound • All-Range Tone Control • Ffont Tuning and Sound wit i, tf(HfPt RECORD PLAYERS We h«v» the small pensive player? far the children up te the fintft in a console stereo I The GLADSTONE New Vista TV Series J32.(M9.M »" tube (overall dlag.} 282 sqiwfinch picture Contemporary Conaol* • SupervPowerful *NewVUt»" Timer $359,95 with U.H.F, NO PROBLEM We Trade, Finance and 6IVE THE SIFT OF LASTING LEISURE MWMff The RENDEZVOUS, 1RD5 Series $34.95 Handsomely styled clock radio with drowse alarm • Drowse alarm lets you catch an extra 40 winks • Sings you to sleep, turns off automatically • Wakes you to music or buaer alarm • Cooler chassis makes radio last longer » Select a white, blue/white, white/red or beige/white model for CHRISTMAS i 1 ******!^^ PIONEERS \ In this area for Color Tel- i evision, we carry ia stock j many models to choose ] from. TOM'S IIAIMO A T. V CY "Y9UB HE CTBON , C HEADQUARTERS" ALGONA CROP Canvass For Nov. 27 Eight organised townships in Kossuth County will hold a one- day canvass for commodity contributions to the Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) Monday, November 27, weather per- milting. In case of storm the canvass will be held on the first fuir flay following. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. an estimated 70 pickups, or tractors and wagons will be moving, stopping at each farm stead to receive contributions of corn or cash. The convasseit. trucks or wagons will be marked with posters inviting farmers to share in the' CROP appeal for farm produce to help feed needy people around the world. Manning the trucks will be your neighbors and fellow citizens. Kossuth County's appeal is part of a statewide effort to share 250,000 bushel of Iowa's 1961 corn harvest with destitute neighbors in other lands througn church relief agencies. Local contributions will be shelled in the township and then assembled at the Hurt Co-Operative Elevator where it will be dried and shipped to the Gener&i Mills plant at Belmond, to be ex* changed for TSP (Toasted Soy Protein) foor for use overseas. One bushel of corn wilt provide from 13 to 15 pounds of TSP at a coastal shipping port, The County chairman, Evan Routh, announces the organization of Cresco township, C. R. Schoby as township chairman, in addition ,to those previously listed. In ninny areas not organized churches will receive cash contributions toward the 1961 County goal, of 3,000 bushel of corn. Thursday, November 23, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 Union 4-H Club Has Award Night The Union Boys 4-H club met Nov. 7 at the Union Civic Center at 8 o'clock. The meeting was called to order by Doug Jergcn- son, Richard Dugan gave a short talk and plans for the Christmas party were made. Award Night Nov. 8 featured a program by the U-Go-I-Go Club Cresco Chums, Union Alethians and Union Boys 4-H clubs. Awards given to the Union Boy* went to Barbara Jergenson, Doug Jergenson, Elmer Alt, Thomas Henry, Richard Dugan, Jim Abbott, Kenneth Richter, Dennis Richler, Russell Shaw, Tom Teeter, Dean Teeter, Mike Rcilly, Sandy Schenck, Glen Thilges, Jim Nitchals, Elmer Alt, Tom Henry, Jerry Pingel, Jim Pineel, Ed Reilly. Garfield 4-H The Gnrficld Hustlers met at the Ronnie Bu-.'nger's placf? November 13th. John Ketelsen, Richard Bnmvart, Art Mogler, and Gnlen Mftzger, gave reports. The club discussed the Christmas meeting and drew names. NOW FRANCHISED DEALER for A Treat You'll Repeat FRESH DAILY - ORDERS TO TAKE OUT or EAT HE??E FRANK & EM'S CAFE Highway 18 East Come in to the store with the new look ! "SAITERS DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE". We have a complete new front, new ceiling, new lighting but most important of all... it is stocked with beautiful gifts and bargains for you. We invite you to come in and browze around. LIFE-LIKE ROSES You've never seen artificial flowers that look as real as these roses! Completely washable plastic — beautifully detailed. Make your own assortments — choose from Red, Pink, Yellow, White and Tails- £ Each man roses. utuy .^^ **^v £ , if £ Lifelike ARTIFICIAL FRUIT Sensational bargain! Ten pieces of artificial fruit Including bunch of grapes. Made of durable plastic — easily cleaned. Real natural colors,! .Set of 10 Pieces RUBBER BASE WALL PAINT Use on any interior painted or unpointed surface of plaster, wall board, brick, wallpaper, unglazed tile or composition type material. • Dries in less than 1 hour • No laps, streaks or, brush marks • Apply with brush or roller • Easy clean-up with soap & water CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP 6 Extra targe Rolls n v You get 6 Extra Large Rolfs— total .504 Inches — Extra Wlcta — 26. inches. New, gay, colorful designs. — each roll different. Comes 'In rolls—no creases or folds. Save one-half on your flirt wrap. New Pearfized SWAN PLANTER Beautiful white pearlized plastic swan planter. Use also as a candy, nut, or cigarette bowl. W*' 1 high; 5" •—• -—• • • long. An unusual and charming ornament. Regular 49c Value arette bowl. 29* WALLPAPER SALE! Our everyday prices on Wallpaper carried in stock are less than established Retail Book Prices but ... during this special sale you can save MUCH MORE. Buy now at 1/2 of Retail Book Prices All sidewall papers carried fn stock included. Not just odds and ends or short lots, but fine Studio and Decorator patterns included. Save 61* DA-LUXE Non-Yellowing While Enamel During this sole you get a FULL HALF PINT at less than half f price. Use on any paintable surface inside or out. Oa-Luxe goes on white—stays white. Finish looks like porcelain—stands repeated washing. Limit—2 cons to Reg. *1L° Vi Pint 39* cans to a person oiS-HolfPint DAVIS Quick-Dry SPRAY PAINT The easy way to enamel — no brushes needed. Just push the button and paint — dries in five minutes to a smooth, tough, durable enamel surface. Buy as many can* as you need. Reg. $169 Wide Range All Popular Colors "GUTTER" FOR CHRISTMAS DECORATING Decorale packages, ornaments, etc., with gleaming tinsel glitter. Choice of red, gresn, gold, silver, or blue. Easy to apply. SUDDEN SERVICE ON CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE FREE ELECTRIC BLANKET WE ARE GIVING AWAY DECEMBER 18 PAINT Frank & Helen Saiter 3 EAST STATE CY 4-4253

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