The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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Judith Sorensen Bride of Donald Nr, Qef. 2 ., J«41|k Kay, daughter of 'Mjj* and '^s Ridhard V. S<wehs6n, Algona, .became the phd.e of Donald fi., son of "Mr and Mrs Ernest Naumarl, Burt, Sunday at. 2 p.m. in a double-ring ceremony performed by Rev. M.'H. Brower in the Presbyterian/Church in Algona. The bride wore a gown with scalloppfl bodice, collar of Chantiliy lace which Was gracefully trimmed with lace and extra tulle over satin. The Juliet cap with sjlk illusion a finger-tip veil. She :arried.a bouquet of white mums and,pink carnations. '•' ' 'Roberta Simonsen, Graettinger, served as maid of honor, Robert Wutag was best man, Linda Parkins was flower-girl and Sinda Parkins was ring bearer. Mrs 'Rex Taylor was organist and Mrs Betty Anne Richardson served • as soloist. A wedding reception was held following the wedding ceremony in the church parlors with 125 guests present."Jeannette Sorensen t/as in charge of the guest book, Donna Nauman cut the cake, Mrs SI. E. Malloy poured, Mrs Max Stratton and Mrs Bob Deal helped with the gifts and Carol Sorensen and Sandra Simonsen served as waitresses. i The bridegroom graduated from Algona high school and is farming near Burt. The bride graduated this spring from Algona nigh school and has been working at the J. C. Penney store here. _ The bridal couple left following the reception for a one.week trip to Canada. (Photo by Nols Isaacson) ... One bad debt will wipe out the profit on nine fat orders. 'D> Glub he Cresco M and D clu.b Will meet at the home ot Mrs Bob Buscher on Wednesday, Oct. 12. 6. D, A- Mating dhanflo The 1 C. D. of A. meeting which Was to have been held Thursday, Oct. 13 will meet Thursday, Oct 6 instead. Rebecca Lodge Rebecca Lodge will-meet at 7:30 on Tuesday, Oct. ll at the Moose Hall. Members are asked to bring canned .goods for tlie IOOF home, s, Pot Luck Supper _ N Royal Neighbors Lodge will hold a pot luck supper .Wednesday, Oct. 12 in the Moose Hall. Serving will start at 6:30 and those attending should bring a covered dish and thek; own table service. Methodist Brotherhood The Methodist Brotherhood met Monaay evening lor a six-thirty dinner served by the October circle of the WSCS. Mrs Ralph Herbert and Mrs William* Run* chey are the chairman'ajid cochairman of the grodp. ;'.',• Janice'Wibb0n,.lii '•;" . Janice, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben, is celebrating her 14th birthday today (Thursday) and is having as guests at dinner Janice Kinsey, Judy AtcVa'y, Nancy Ditsworth and Joan -Miho. They will attend in the evening. Farewell Dinner • Mr and Mrs Harley Hanson entertained relatives and friends at Suriday dinner in honor of their son, Gerald .Dean, who left SUrir day' for .Ft. "Lebnaipd Wpod, Mo. Gerald is in the army reserve and will receive six months, training at Leonard Wopd. Doan Woman's Clab The Dpan Woman's Club met' Sept. 28 in the home of Mrs R'OT bert Bolenens. Guest speaker was' Mrs Karl Kulsholm, who discussed "Our Education of Today." ' '" . The club will have a gusst'tea at the Doan church-arinex^ Wed- ngday, Oct.42 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Mrs Merle Hoover will be in *(*Qrl$on Nuptials The Algona Methodist church was ihe scene of ihe wedding ceremony *for Marijean Teeter, daughter of Mrs Edna Teeter, of Algona, and John Carlson','Sunday, Sept. 25, at 2:30 p.m. The bride and groom are pictured abqVe in-a w'edding photo by Nels Isaacson of "Algona. , The bridegroom is the son of Mr arid Mrs Axel Carlson of Burt. Rev. Harry Whyte performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs Vaughn Rising played the" musical prelude and accompanied Mary Carlson, sister of the- bridegroom, who sang . The bride was' J?iv|ri* in marriage by her uncle, Vern Teeter. She wore a brown faille'^dress with beige accessories and carried'a white Bible, and a bouquet of yellow'roses. Her jewelry was a gold bracelet, a gift of the" groom. • ' Paid Carlson, MaryMnn Ehgstrom and Mr and, Mrs Robert Carlson were their attenaants.' Ralph and Phil Carlson, brothers of the bridegroom, and.JohnJand Kenneth Teeter, cousins of the bride, Were ushers. -i % ,' ' '. • A reception ""was held at the Johnson House for 135 guests, after which the couple Up fop Portland, Ore,, on n two weeks Honeymoon trip. - Cn •'• '...-•' charge of the progranjrtjv Other qlubs and {he public areT^cordial- ^y invited to attend. "/t Automatically No heavy baskets ' No clotheslines • No weather worries • No dust, dirt, soot 0 No drudgery PWHi^r ^|pnip4Pi!^w VP .^^i^^^^ ^^^ AUTOMATIC GAS CLOTHES DRYER Yww get all U»e advHntsges pf ^«nny fay, outdoor drying, even on drearies! washdays, wflh none of the h. ai 'il work. The Stiglitz .Swii-Aire (unibles your clothes in last-nHiving rwrrents of fresh, warn} air, and just the right anufiint of sunshine's uitrii-vioiet j-ays. |,e|L us show you how much longer clothes will wear, how excessive fading i=s avoided, Jwv piuch i}iore fragrant and fWl'y >' our washing can be. Let Us Install A NEW "SUN- AUTOMATIC GAS Clothes Dryer IN YOUR HOME 16930 $ No Money Down UP TO , 4 Years to Pay 109 Soulh Harlin St. Across from H«m< F»deral • North Central Public Service Co. Phone 1412 Birthday Surprise Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves and Mrs AV. B. Ridge gave a surprise: party ^Thursday afternoon honor" ng the birthday of Mrs Har- ^i'e_ayes' daughter, Mrs Richard MSGinnis. Those in attendance were.', Mrs Ralph Elbert, Mrs Ss'thTO-'.Hayes, Mrs Perry Phillips, Mrs Barney Capesius, Mrs Charles Cblwcll, Randy and Becky, Mrs Harold Erpelding, Becky and Jane, Mrs Don Pecoy and Debbie, Mrs 'Percy McGinnis, and Merry Carole, Mrs Paul Parkins, Lindy and .pincly ant] Mrs Albert Rich- By Marguerite Mulligan Mr 'and Mrs Henry Scheppmann acconjpanied by Mr and Mrs Henry Christophers of Lakefield, Minn, drov'u to Lake Park in northern Minnesota to spend the pktrid at the home of Mr and Mrs John Christophers. Donald Hansen came home Sunday after u .stay at St. Ann hospital following a car wreck or. Sept. lii. He is recovering satisfactorily but will not be able to attend school for tiie balance of this semester. Mrs John Si-hub is at home ol her daughter, -Mr and Mrs George Harris in Algona. She has been ill several weeks with pneumonia. Mr nncl Mrs Elmer Dole are enjoying <i new Lincoln purchased last week. Vena Schneider is at home now after several months, spent at a rest home in Burt. She was treated at Iowa City hospital. And is now fully recovered from he: broken hip. Mr and Mrs Leo Culwell an- soon to move into their home. The hnusu was moved in from the Capesius farm. A garage will be built on one end of the house and also ;i basement has been built. • Ottosen Club Host To Teams Ottosan—Last Friday evening the Ottosen Commercial Club was host to the twu bast-bull teams it has sponsored this summer, and members of their families. The teams were tin; high school team and PeeWees. Oliver Christiansen, president of the club, presided. The program was presented by Priscilla Holt, Judy Struthers, Mrs Loran Daniel, Russell Doyle and Kermit Fowlsr. Following the program Bingo and 500 was played. Mrs Alfred Sehultz and Fred. Kampen received the 50Q prizes for high, and Mrs Kermit Fowler and Loran Daniel for low. Bi> philosophical about what you don't like but can't change. NOTICE Of DISSQLUTIPI* ALGONA HTJRAJ, |.|NE NUMBER 19. A Corporstloii TO WHOM IT MAY -CONCERN: Publit- notice is hereby given that Algoiia Hural Line Number IS. a corporation, organized under this provi- sium uf Chapter -(91 of the 195J Code ul' to\\'a, with its principal place of business at Algona, Iowa, by ihe un- anlraous action of its stqckhol.ders ha^ been dissolved as ol' the date of September. 28, 1»^5. John Schnakenberg President Jolin Weber Secretary-Treasurer (Published Oct. U. 13, 20 and 27, 1955. in The Algojia (Iowa) Upper Qe3 Moinesj Thursday, October 6, 195S Announce AGP Program For '58 Conservation Aid A strong cost-sharing soi) nnd wafer conservation prdgraiti for Kossiith county farmers tiexf year was assured this week by ihe announcement that the general plan proposed for Iowa in 105B lias been approved by the United States Department of Agriculture As in past years, the state plan will be used as a guide in formulating the lipssuth county program, which is commonly j<nown as the ACP, it was stated by Virgil L. Roliff, manager of the county ASC. He said this step will be ta|<cn soon after the county committee attends a district mpet- ing in November to receive c,c- tajled instructions on the statewide program for 1950. TV courjty ASC organization will then be ready lo-explain-lhe program on the local level and re- ceive farmers' requests for, cn$[ J sharing- on coiiseryation'1'vork to be carried .auf'Tiext ytfar. Tho state's apportionment of fedoral ACP funds to assist dwri- j ers and operators in authorixc'd conservation work on tlieir'fnrmi< next year is $!j,2p!).pO(). FrnnrlhiK state apportionment, "K o s s li I h county wijl t)e allotted an amount- detenfoined on the basis of lanri acrfeage, productivity heeds comparative erosion hazard s, drainage needs and the. amount of ACP work completed in ifl.W and'1054. ' ' In announcing the approved Iowa ASC program for IffSfi, Slate ASC Chairman pwigh/i.W. ^eyer declared thai it will ba broader in scope and .more fiekibio in operation th;in in past years iri order to encourage longtime (la.) Uppefr fte* Melnes— 3 adjustments in larjd use nfiel to help meet immediate cohsfrva- (ion problems on the farms. He Said that all of, l.ho most common basic lurul trfcntmm'ts needed in in Is-st rite will he provided by*"- Ihe 2] i;:ist-sluirin,' pfticticcs comprising•; Ihe HIM program. They ineflidi; th:? 1!) pj-acfices offered this^year, nlus 1 two new seeding.prnrlicrs for which there luis Bern ronsirhT- iible clcrfia'nd. . . s 'One'of Iho iu'\y pi-ar'ices - establishing additional acroiific of a-vugclalive'iMvor in crop rol;i- tion to Veliird erosion nn.i im- pi'ove soil structure—is designed especially for conserving land laken out of production llirongli allotment programs. The other new practice—etab.'isliina of n vegetative cover for green manure and for prolcclii.n from erosion—is needed primarily in the h'piivy grain - producing aruas Wliere 'most olhVr ACP praclices aVe not generally required. At present, Ihe government's- share of the cost of iippriivid ACi J wj)rk cannot e.xc-ced 50 percent on -pas oh ho tie ng ne F. Last 3 Days To Register For FREE PRIZES! LOOK WHAT YOU AT WILTGEN'S JEWELRY FIRST PRIZE Ladies' Diamond-Set W.YL.EH Wrist Watch Balance staff & mainspring guaranteed for the life of the watch. A regular $95 value. 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