The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 43
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1955
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Karels, Davis Weddings Held At Titonka titdnka — The Ramsey Reform church north of Titonka was the setting for the marriage of Rose Emerald Cordes, daughter of Mrs John Cordes, to William B. Karels, son of Mr and Mrs John Karels of Bancroft Tuesday evening, June 14 at 7:30 p.m. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Ralph Cordes, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., brother of the bride, with the Rev. Esdert Smldt, Dumont, brother-in-law of the bride, giving the Scripture and prayer. The church was beautifully "decorated with large baskets of yellow roses and white carnations, candlebra and a candle in each window. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs John Smidt. Mrs Kenneth Cordes, sister-in-law of the bride, sang "Two Dreams in One United", "Today O Lord" and "The Wedding Prayer". The bride was attired in a fitted dress of Italian satin, with a medium train completely covered with a tulle overskirt and chantilly lace, a large bertha collar coming to a low point and lavishly sprinkled with irridescent sequins and crystal beads. She wore a fingertip veil with a headpiece of thickly set irridescent sequins and crystal beads. She wore a gold chain and locket, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of American beauty roses. Mrs Esdert Smidt, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mary Ann Bartlctt and Alice Karels, and Merrita Smidt, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Candlelighters were Sandra Slattenow, Crystal Lake, and Shirley BoeckhoH, Thompson. Bridegrooms' attendants were Albert and Otto Karels, brothers of the bridegroom, and Kenneth Cordes, New Brunswick. N. Jer- SPV. brother of the bride. Ushers were Cecil Hover, cousin of the bride, and Arnold Karels. nephew of the bridegroom. Ring bearer was Douglas Karels, nephew of the bridegroom. A reception for 300 guests was huld in the church parlors wilh Rev. R;ilph Cordes master of ceremonies. After the guests were scaled, the R«v. Victor Vriesen of Led yard offered the prayer. They were favored with a solo by Orla Jane Anderson who sang and by a trio consisting of Miss Anderson and Dawn and Danna Bcenkcn. Mr.< Alfred Baade was in charge of the guest book, and Mrs Ben Gcrdis cut and served thf lliiet- tiered wedding cake and was assisted by Mrs LcRoy Bccnken. Lunch was served by 12 neighbor ladies of the bride and her mother, and waitresses were 12 close friends of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Ti- tonka high school aftd has been employed as secretary to the superintendent at the school fof the past three years, the groom is a graduate of Bancroft school and has served his country in the last war, in Korea, and has been engaged in constructive engineering and drainage work since his release from the service. The couple will be at home in Bancroft after a week honeymooning in northern Minnesota. Wed June 12 The Methodist church in Titonka was the setting for the marriage of Bonnie Girard, daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Qirard of Titonka to Bob Raymond Davis, son of Mr and Mrs H. B. Davis of Kellogg, Minn., on Sunday, June 12, at 3 p.m. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Max Goldman before an altar decorated with baskets of white peonies and syringa. Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs Will Schram. She also accompanied Joan Johnson who sang "Because", "Oh Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown fashioned with a fitted bodice of chantilly lace over satin and long sleeves which tapered to a point over the wrists. The skirt was of nylon tulle over satin with a lace over skirt. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a sweetheart shaped half- hat adorned with a row of tiny seed pearls. Her bouquet wrfs a single orchid surrounded by white carnations with white satin streamers hanging from it. Miss Leona Hoffman was maid of honor. The best man was Dale Higgins, friend of the bridegroom. A reception for 125 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. In the center of the table was a three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. The table was decorated in light blue and white, the bride's colors. Mrs Robert Lang cut and served the cake. Mrs Verio aunt of the bride, poured, and Mrs Don Dolmann had charge of the guest book. Mrs Sterling Cocke and Amy Fisher were in charge of the unwrapping of the gifts. The waitresses were Audrey Widlick. Mrs Eddie Scott, and Carol Dunmire. Helpers in the kitchen were Mrs Stanley Harris. Mrs Iivin Schmidt. Mrs Earnest Hoffman and Mrs Ted Dunmire. The bride is a graduate of Titonka high school. She attended Iowa State Teachers college and since has been employed as a teacher and as a clerk with the federal government in Washington. D. C. The groom attended high school at Rake and was recently discharged from the U. S. Navy. The bridal couple will make their home on a farm north ot Wesley after a short honeymoon at The Dells in Wisconsin. Misguided Missiles by C The Travelers Safely Service Bilsbourough. The new home of Mrs Anna Swyter is under way. The blocks will be laid and wooden structure will be started next week. "Anyone we know?" Arlys Pannkuk, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Pannkuk, has been visiting the past week with her aunts, Minnie and Alice Pannkuk. Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman arc the parents of a baby daughter born June 22 at the Buffalo Center hospital. The baby weighed over 5 pounds and they have named it Jenifer Sue. Dick Mayland of Wapello was a caller in" Titonka and vicinity Thursday. Mrs John Rode returned from the hospital at Buffalo Center Friday where she has been since June 'in Mrs Gerald Radig visited Friday at the home of her mother. Mrs Anna Alke, and Mrs Alke accompanied her home and Sunday they were to go to the home of Mr and Mrs Junior Thacker and sun at Rock Rapids. Thirty-six business men of Titonka accepted the invitation of Interstate Power Co. to tour then- plants in Minnesota Friday and were ^'ue.-ts at a dinner put on by Mr and Mrs George Alke and Janice wore Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Junior Thackcr and son at Rock Rapids. them at Shai burn, Minn. The men left by chartered bus from here at 1 p.m. and returned that even- inn at 9:30. Misses Minnie and Alice Pannkuk attended the funeral of John Wirtjes Monday at Winncbagc. Minn. Mr and Mrs Raymond Baade are the 1 parents of a baby boy born June 22 at the Irish hospital at Forest City. The baby weighed I 7 Ibs. ~'-> o/.. and has been named i Jerry Ray. Sixteen attended Brownie camp at the Call State park at Algona last week fjotn. June 20 through 23. On June 23. they went to Wesley where they went swimming in tlie afternoon and in the evening at C:45 they and their parents had a put luck supper. Those who attended from here were Carol Haack. Phyllis Sach'au, Joan Cosgrove, Linda Krant/.. Jackolyn P.uud. Diane Gartner, Cmthia Rakow. Jenann Bess, Jo- ler.e Hill. Linda Hanson. Janice Alke, Myrna Rike, Theresa Hamilton. Bi'ind;i Brandt and Lenic Medic Student A Guest Here Dr. John M. Schuttcr, Algonn. is one of the physicians in 90 Iowa communities who is serving as preceptor for a member of the senior class in medicine at Ihe University of Iowa for the next four weeks. • Guest of the Schutter family for the next month is Roy Uphoff. Davenport, who will enter his final year of medicine at Iowa City this fall. He is the second medic student in the past three years to spend a month with the Schutters. Charles Officer of Burt traveled with the doctor during the summer of 1953. The preceptor plan is a joint effort of SUI's college »f medicine and the Iowa State Medical Society. The idea is designed U give the medical student additional training before he en general practice or any of many medical fields. Dr. Schuttcr will have with him at all times. He stay with the Schutters. with them, go on al! sorts o) with the doctor, "and maybe go to Sunday School with says Schutter. None of these young future medics who are spending a month in widely separated areas of the state receive any pay during this training. His support during the period comes from the physician entirely. will ea'. calls even me". Motion by Bradlrv and seconded by McQuiston 'hat the vouchers payable be approved and nuthorizpd paid as nditfd. Motion carried. All voting Avn." T.igM Fund W. W. SullivarTP.M.. postagr. S .Irt.OR ,,,ni(.il . 1.IU2.R1 Millon Fiiiycu, labor - -_-151..31 Edwin Wcjsbaar, labor .. ...1)2.8'? Hcnlgf.s. labor . . . ._ !)6.40 Richard .T. Sloan, labor . . .. 81.70 Kldon Moruv. labor . . . . .. !>G.)0 Madonna Vogel. salaiy . . ... 40.81 Shirley Snrnnson. salarv . . . 18.37 Iowa Slate Hank, withholding tax 258.HO Soc. Sec. Fund. sue. srr. tax ...15!).17 North Central Public Sc-ivnc Co., . freiplil C'n on . Fund Crfipht Rns bill t'nion F)TiEh'\'-,iys Fulton lion V.'ovks traet. ____ Water Union Freicbtv a*, v Payroll, pavioll . . Frank Ostrum. labor Walter Pe'rrson. laboi riooi-Rc Wr.'ip. labor Clarence Hi •iR'jKon. labor _ Everett E. KiHid.w n. labor . „ Iowa State Uank. withholding tax ------ . . Soc. See. Fimfl. sor. see. tax North Central Public Service Co.. gas bill . ..... . Deposit Fund Mrs Hilda Foster, et al. deposit refund _ ...... _ A letter from the Guy Clerk, informing the Hoard of Ti'.istees of the appointment of Allen K. [Uichannn to a six year term as a member of the Board, by the Mayor and City Council, was read and placed on file. Allen K. Buchanan was appointed to act as President of the Hoard of Trus- 'rr;. for ;, i v . • i ;,r:;ir tfnn. beginning Julv 1. 1055. The salarv of Shirk so' at per moi Xext meeting date I»55 at 5:30 o'cloc Meeting adjourned. • 31.10 _. 10.06 erm- . . 30.B50.00 12.33 . 202.31 . 12G.71 . . ..12-1.2B ....... 3:1.15 _ in. 73 . „ 11. 7(5 35,00 27.41 17.05 50.00 Thursday, June 30, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Meities- S ship Ninety-seven (37) North. Range Thirty (30). West of the 5th P.M.. Fentoji Township. Koss-uth County. Iowa, at time and 'place all of the qualiliod voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This notice is given by order of tile Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 296. Code of Iowa. 1!)54. and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordance therewith and a.i ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of IJiiccloi's on the 2nd day of June. 1055. Dated at Fenton, Iowa, this 2nd day of June. Hi55. /•?/ Paul \V. Kiglcr Secretary. Board of Directors (Published June 3. 16. 23 and 30th in The Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moincsi 1. So i en sen was <•-• sot for July CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per lOOLbs. Gain" Ideals At Kleins The June meeting of (he Irv- iny'on Ideals was held at the. horn'. 1 of Delores and Virginia Klt.n. Fifteen members were present. Taiks were given by Bonnie Froehlich, Blondina Erpeldine and Carol Pride-res, and a dcni'in- s'.!;it!<:n given by Dolores Klein. Three quests attended. I.' 17. Mi-Quis President of t Kohl Secrctarv l,r Hoard NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NpTICK is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Sentral Community School District in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, Plate of Iowa, that a special election has been called and ordered to be held in and for said School District on the !8tb day of July. in55. whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Sentral Co;n:r.'.;>uly School District. to be by ti;r. m voted upon, the following proposition, to-wit: "Shall th" Board nf Directors of the Sentral Community School District in the Counties <•'. KosMiHi ,-,r-d Pnlo Alto. State of low,!. I-SMC bonds in an am-juiit r.'it to exceed S450.- 000.00 for the purpose of carryinE out a hirh school building program consisting of Utility '-dines of • Algonr. A IT 01 ti,i: held : Iov.a. p.m. Pic.- ecTir.g ot the Bo;nd ol Trii.^tct'r Algona Municipal UtihtU'> \\'a.- i tin- t'lty Hall, l.'itv i,t Algn:'ia. June 20.' HI55. at 7.30 o'clock P.- hr P. R -. B'jr! :uid Ii ..'aim- Sec ii' pro eiri tir/g n nev ins. procur'nc in i'u: Southea i Southeast Quar Section Sixteen Nine'y-scven ;eh school build- a site therefor i Corner of the r uSE'.ii of *)'. Township North. Range MEAL • rr.ettmc o K! .'ippi ovc 1 June Thirty (Mi. West of the 5th P.M . Kos'iiit!; County. Iowa. .'iiid piorunr.K and improving adioining land as n site lor an athletic iieid in and for said School District?" Trie polls for said election will be (•}«e ; , ironi tv.elve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P.M. of said day and lor s.iid election the whole of said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute one voV.r.a precir.ct and t!ie polling place 'heritor will be at the vacant ri "sid-'-nef on the iaim owned by Cavl W PTi.vbe and tenanted bv Lloyd Berkland located- in the Southeast Quaiter of the Southeast Quarter <SE : . SE 1 T 1 ol Section Nine ith. Town- Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can get first class RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent Min- ral Meal. Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to 6 bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That cuts normal corn eosts in half. If corn is SI.50, you can save up to $9 cash per 100 pounds of gains. On a 200 pound hog. that adds up to S18. Sargent Minral Meal gets such big corn savings RESULTS, because it has the genuine pork building ingredients. Blends these into a great money-saving hog supplement. Sargent Minral Meal has vitamins, proteins and minrals plus extra factors. On Minral Meal, hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. argent "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" Sale of Used HEATING Equipment Due to the many Gas heqting installations we have made in pa*» months and a very active season, we have accumulated a stock of used heating equipment which we are interested in moving at once. So we are putting no half-way measures to work to sell this equipment - we are putting prices on it that are so attractive it'll sell on sight. Come to P. R. Irons Heating & Plumbing on East McGregor qnd pick yourself up some equipment at ridiculous low prices. Oil BURNERS $10 up OIITANKS $20 up OIL WATER HEATERS.... $20 up BLOWER UNITS $40 up WHIIE IT LASTS! P. R. IRONS Heqting & Plumbing "Carbon, cnrhuretcrv nNtuns. fuel linos .. they mean nothing tu mr. So it's ratliiT pointless to 140 into detail about the 5 feature of your New 5-1) Gasolene. But I do know that your svnmlei'hil ^a^olene '^ets me started instantly .. . never embarrasses me with traffic light stalling .. . gives me all the power I could possibly use ... and a tankf'ul .seems to last forever. "Jleally, Gentlemen, that's all I have to know about vour Ne\\ "3-D to make me sure that it's the gasolene fur my car."* E°»t McGregor Phone 523-W HIGH COMPRESSION GASOLENE OF THE YfARI • 1 I 4 OUTSTANDING!...FOR NEW AND OLD CARS ALIKE tffNtt^ ' L ! ^^feilW ^T Cities Service 5-D Premium EXTRA HIGH OCTANE • ANTI-CARBON PLUS • ANTI-STALLING • ANTI-RUST • UPPER-CYLINDER LUBRICANT T.S.— Get a piv-ht>!u!.tv oil ili.iti'^ and lIus.MS lubrication at } oui CHjoSciui-c Dc.ik'i'i today! State and Phillips St. Hutzell's Cities Seivice Algona, Iowa

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