The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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June Simmons Recently Wed At Bancroft Seneca— Miss June Simmons daughter of Mi* and Mrs Car 1 , Pimmons of Fenton, became the bride of Joe Lynch, son of Mrs Margaret Lynch of Lone Rock at, St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft, Aug. 1 at 9 a.m. Rev. Father Adams performec the double ring ceremony and read the nuptial mass. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was beautifully gowned in Chantilly lace over satin. The gown was fitted with a bodice waist down the front. The Jong tapering sleeves came to a"point over the wrist. The V neckline was completed with a Queen Anne collar The gown was floor length with a chapel train. Her veil Was elbow length of silk illusion net, fastened to a pearl and sequin trimmed tiarra. Her bridal bouquet was a cluster of red rose buds placed on a White prayer book from which hung white satin ribbons intertwined with miniature orange blossoms. Her only jewelry was a rhinestone necklace whiqh together with the prayer book was a gift from the bridegroom. The bridesmaid was Miss Adeline Simmons of Alpha, Minn., a cousin 6f the bride. Little Vonny Luke of Whittemore, niece of the bride served as flower girl. The ring bearer was Dickie Lynch, son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch, a cousin .of the bridegroom. The groomsman was Patrick Lynch, brother of the bridegroom, and ushers were Arthur Mulligan, a friend of the bride groom, and Carl Simmons, Jr., brother of the bride. The bridal party attended a wedding breakfast at 10 a.m. at the St. John's Hall and a reception and dinner followed at 12:30 with 90 guests in attendance. Karen Theesfield, a cousin of the bride, had charge of the guest book and also assisted Adeline Simmons and Patricia Lynch, the latter of Mason City, in opening and displaying the wedding gifts. The bride's table was centered with a three tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom and flanked on each side with red tapers. Schoolmates of the bride served as waitresses. They were Sharon Klein, Margaret Fischer. Kathryn Johannesen, M a r c i a Hartshorn, Jeanne England, Marian Beaver, Dorothy Madsen and Phyllis Kauffman. The newlyweds left immediately on a three week honeymoon into northern Minnesota and Canada. The bride is a graduate of Seneca consolidated school and the bridegroom attended high school at Lone Rock. They will S-Algana (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, August 11, 1985 Also Musical Bottles Lillian, baptized at the Lutheran <jhurch last Sunday morning ivlth/ the Retf, Kme'id* officiating. Mr* and Mrs Delond Vottelef were the baby's spott- s6f a, 1A Hbttof 6f fthi bccaslfin Mr and JArd Ernest jtotteler, the paternal grandparents, entertained at dinner. • ' • Mr ana Mrs Earl Shepard and Mr. and Mrs Duane Shepard and daughter, Diane, of Algona, were Sunday evening guests at the Everett Witham home. A novel musical act to be 'presented at the stage production 'Fair Vogues of 1955" at the Kossuth County Fair on Wednesday and Thursday nights next week s that of Bill Jacobs, presented n true vaudeville style. Puppets be at home on Aug. 21 at the Margaret Lynch farm, which the bridegroom helps operate. Mr and Mrs Ray Greene and son Dan-el of Burbank, Calif, are spending a month at the parental Everett Witham home. Mrs Greene is the former lona Witham. The visitors were met at Boone by Ellen and Elinor Witham. The Stattleman twins of West Bend, Eddie and Edwin, were Mqnday evening visitors at the Everett Witham home. Mrs Delond Votteler attended s family get-together at the home of her brother, the Charles Norths of Cylinder last Friday. The gathering honored an uncle actually dance on the marimba while playing it at the same time. Jacobs also presents musical bottles. This is only part of the giant stage show slated to appeai at the Fair in a two-night stand. and aunt, Mr and Mrs Fred Partch of San Francisco, Calif., who are visiting relatives in this vicinity. Enjoying the courtesy were Mrs Alida Partch ana Mrs Clarice McGraw of Rock Rapids, and Mrs Frank North of Emmetsburg. The group enjoyed a picnic dinner at noon. Mrs Esther Hatland and daughter Eunice, and Mr and Mrs Gilbert England and son, all 01 Estherville were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Everett Witham home. David Looft spent the past \Veek at Decorah, where he attended a leadership training course which was held at Luther college. Mr and Mrs Irvin Votteler had their infant daughter, Denise Annual Kollasch Reunion Held At Whittemore Whhiemore—The annual Kollasch reunion was held Sunday July 31, at the Academy hall The following guests present were: the Rev. William Veit, the Rev. Gerald Zensen, the Melvin Alberts of Lake View, the Henry Kaschmitters of Sheldon; Mr and Mrs Joseph Cink, Leo Kollascn, Mr and Mrs Tom Wolfe, Mr and Mrs Robert Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Andrew Miller and family, Mr and Mrs Milo Kollasch, all of Aigona; James and Jerry Lloyds of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Norvin Elbert and family of Wilmar, Minn.;.Mr and Mrs Eugene Kollasch and family of St. Joe; Mr and Mrs Frank Rochford and family' of NeW Hampton; Miss Sheila Rochford of Sioux City; James and Jack Rooney of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs John Marte, Mr and Mrs Carl Reed and family, Mr and Mrs Andrew E. Elbert, Charles Elbert, Mr and Mrs Dean Elbert, Mr and Mrs Marion Hyink and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch and family, Mr and Mrs Francis Kollasch, Mr and Mrs P. W. Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kollasch and family, Mr and Mr? James Kollasch and family, Mr and Mrs Charles G. Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch and sons David and Tommy, Mr and Mrs Norman Lane, daughtei Cindy, Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch and son Merle, Emily Bor- manp, Judith Greinert, Hubert Mergen, Jack Kollasch, all of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs How ard Miller and family of Titonka. There were 119 present. About 1000 A.D. the Chinese made their coins in the shape of the things they wanted to buy. , Do You NEED WAREHOUSE PRICES! oFoRT DODGE IRON & METAL PHONE 2-2941 FORT DODGE, IOWA O O Q O O O 'O O -1 LOCAL QUIVERED PRICE Oldtmoblle "86" 2-Ooer Sedan as low « Stole and loco1 luxe, extra. Your price depends upon choice of model and body ttyle, optional equipment and accessories. Prices may vary slightly in adjoining communities. IS OU.DS MOBILES I Now — while summer sales are soaring - is the easiest time ever to deal yourself behind the wheel uf a new OloSmohile! You'll know instantly why this thrilling glamour queen is the must wanted cur in all Olds history! It's that exciting new "Go-Ahead" look! It's that dramatie "flying color" styling! And what a smooth teum awuiti the touch of your toe ... the comuiunding "Hockel" 202 Engine and Hydra-Malic Super Drive*! So coiue in now . . . find out why August is the holiest month of the year to dual . . , und the Lolled car is Oldsmohile! 'Optional Qt txfra coif. • COOL driving ... 0*1 an AIR-CONDITIONED OLDSMOBILE! f — and « VISIT THE "ROCKET ROOM" ... AT YOUR OLDSMOBIU DEALER'S! DAU'S GARAGE -125 So. Dodge St PH. 165 GO AHEAD! DRIVE IT YOURSELFI - "THE GOING'S GREAT, IN A ROCKET 8" - PROBLEM; A Cure For What's Ailing The Pork Industry : MEAT-TYPE HOGS "EXPERTS SEEK TO PRESCRIBE A PORK CURE" (Reprinted Below From July 12 Issue, Des Molnes Register, By Staff Writer At Iowa State College) 'AMES, IA. — The experts took a diagnostic look Monday at Iowa's ailing pork industry which, accounts for about 40 per cent of the stale's farm income, and wrote a prescription they hope can be filled. participating in the swine meeting at Iowa State College were representatives of the extension servict, the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, the packing industries, vocational agriculture instructors, swine producers, implement dealers and feed dealers. 'Broad Program They planned a broad program to be administered at the county level and aimed at the production of beller qualify pork and increased consumption of pork pro- • ducts. .The campaign, sponsored by the Iowa Swine Producers Association, will be carried on by swine organizations in the 40 counties where they now exist and efforts will be made to organize groups in all the other counties in the state. The program calls for the marketing of hogs at "reason., able" weights, community meetings, carcass demonstrations, distribution of leaflets and posters and tours through processing plants. The breeding program, which is the basis of quality pork production, drew considerable attention. Under this' heading come herd testing, boar-testing station work, herd classification, health certification and a breed-certification program for purebred swine producers. These diseases were singled out as the most costly to the producer and the packer. Control of these diseases is the goal. The group hopes to promote pork and lard by furnishing lard to schools, sponsoring baking contests with lard as shortening, working with the medical profession in establishing pork as healthful food, and working with home economists along the same line. Under management, for the producer, an effort will be made to make him. cost-conscious — irn- press upon him what it costs to produce, pork. John Evans of Williams, a producer, said it cost him about 11 cents a pound to produce hogs up to 200 pounds in weight.' Extra Pounds "When I try to put on an extra 100 pounds, and the consumer doesn't want this kind of hog, it costs me 14 cents a pound or more for the extra 100 pounds," he added. Bernard Ebbing of Rath Packing Co., Waterloo, said that packers would much prefer a .steady flow of pork to the market, rather tb^an seasonal gluts. Stanley Nicol, head of the livestock department of the Farm Bureau, said it was time that a wider differential ''be paid to the producer of top quality pork, that the right kind of hogs be produced and that they be marketed at the right wejghis. WESTERN BUYERS MEAT TYPE $ FRIDAY IS M-DAY PREMIUM PRICES SEE US FIRST Call Us - Well Come To Your Farm, Tell You Your Amount of Premium For MEAT-TYPE HOGS, For Delivery To Us Friday. PREMIUM PRICES FOR MEAT-TYPE HOGS AT WESTERN BUYERS Serving Over 200 Proce$$9r« of Pork In The U, S, A. PHONE 107 - ALGONA NATIONAL

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