The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1966 · Page 20
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Algona, (la.) Upp«r DM Madras Tuesday, August 23, 1966 Judy Edwards Bride Of LuVerne Man On July 23 Judy Edwards, daughter of the Lawrence Edwards, Graettinger, and John Jennings, son of the Virgil Jennings, LuVerne, were married July 23, at 8 p. m., at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Emmetsburg. Rev. MacLacklan performed double ring ceremony. The bride's gown was an ingenue silhouette fashioned of chantilace with a round neckline, long sleeves and chapel train. Her elbow-length veil was of silk illusion attached to a pearl and crystal petal cap. She carried a white Bible with a bouquet of red and white carnations. Janet Edwards, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Bev Egeland was the bridesmaid. Ringbearers were Jerry and Gary Edwards, twin brothers of the bride. Attending the groom were, best man, Robert Koppen and groomsman Gary Jennings, brother of the groom. Ushers were Russ and Steve Canaday and Carroll Sabin. Soloist was Ruth Ann Bisgaard, accompanied by Lavon Park. A reception was held after the wedding in the church social hall for 300 friends and relatives. Sharon Canaday, cousin of the groom, was in charge of the guest book, and LaVern and Nancy Edwards, brother and sister of the bride, and David Jennings, brother of the groom, carried gifts. Louise Roemhild and LaVonne Flier, cousins of the bride, and Marjorie and Barbara Jennings, Marilyn Loebach and Brenda Sabin, all sisters and cousins of BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE — The board of supervisors of Kossuth County, lowo, will meet AUQ 15 1966, at 8:00 A.M., at Courthouse. Taxpayers will be heard for or agairet the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1967. /S/ Marc Moore County Auditor 1 FUNDS General 14 Court Expense — Poor 9 State Institution 2 ? £•- r a s^ 2 345 6 EXPENDITURES FOR ^ | •5 £ S r s. 9,942 202,792 8,045 22,768 7,325 145,015 7,833 85,503 County Mental Health 12,626 23,473 Mental Health Center _ County School -Soldiers' Relief .. 1 2,073 5,035 21,945 0,421 10,856 B °Tubereuiosi$ .. 12,467 3,313 County Koir & 4-H Club 266 7,100 Court House Bonds g, |nt Bangs Eradication 2 2,070 32,352 2,862 16,834 County Conservation - 55,554 143 Secondary Road (309!?) ----- 533,068 1,193,448 Rd Clearing (317.19) 1 Weed Erod. 8,795 17,956 Twp. only 9,193 YEAR 1 | g ii I | § £ — £ " 1 t c W S a "a m "S^rx Sc ^ m §jj-- Gs c C a s*" ul«. Jr c 9~ £ a §g =»= . c H 5 £? li S x z* 2 ^£ §"8 •I'i ^ 207,625 300,000 50,000 35,000 215,000 24,960 35,000 5,000 30,000 155516 200,000 25,000 48,000 127,000 119,332 175,000 25,000 150,000 20,211 20,000 1,000 19,000 6,000 16,000 2,000 2,000 12,000 16,000 20,000 5,000 15,000 15,411 20,000 500 19,500 988 15,000 10,000 5,000 7,593 7,500 7,500 30,853 30,000 30,000 6,686 15,000 15,000 31,641 55,000 20,000 35,000 1,443,169 1,500,000 150,000 750,000 600,000 13,514 20,000 3,000 17,000 TOTALS -V- 967,575 ~1,783,498~-2,099,499 2,428,500 286,000 8757000" TT267.000 Estimated taxes per $1,000 of assessed Value — Town $9.00 Twp. $16.5 the groom, were in charge of gifts. The cake, baked by Mrs, Herbert Schlicherman, was cut and served by Verdell Fair, aunt of the bride, and Viola Erdman, aunt of the groom. Diane Fair, cousin of the bride, and Leona Romer, aunt of the groom, poured punch. Millie Carlson, cousin of the bride, and Myrna Teeter, sister of the groom, poured coffee. Waitresses were Lucile Kinnetz, cousin of the bride, Virginia Brown, Gloria Bredehoeft and Marcella Siemers. Ruth circle helped with the reception. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bredehoeft served as dining room hosts and Annabelle Kinnetz, cousin of the bride, pinned on flowers. Irene Schany served as personal attendant. The bride is a 1965 graduate of Graettihger High School and has worked as a secretary at the Spencer hospital. The groom is a 1964 graduate of Algona High School and is employed at the Weidenhoff Corp., Algona. They are at home in Algona after a trip to the Black Hills. New Agent For Rock Island Ry. At Titonka Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton and family will move into the Dockstader house in the northwest part of Titonka, in the near future. Mr. Hamilton will serve as depot agent for the Chicago & Rock Island Railroad in Titonka, Woden and Crystal Lake. Before coming to Titonka, he served as agent In Marble Rock for the past 13 years and has been with the railroad for 16 years. The Hamiltons have five children. Mr. Hamilton is originally from Buffalo Center, and his wife Alta's hometown is Frost, Minn. 4 From Area At Lutheran District Fete Election of a successor to its long-time president will be featured at the convention of the Iowa District West of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod as sessions convene at the Walther League Camp on Lake Okoboji, Aug. 21-26. Rev. G. W. Lobeck, Ft. Dodge, president of the District since 1948, has indicated that he is retiring from service. More than 300 lay delegates and pastors from the 165 Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod congegations in west Iowa were expected to register for the convention. Representing Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona, are its interim pastor, Rev. Cleo Kautsch, and Edgar Meyer. Rev. W. H. Friedrich will attend as guest. Representing St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore are Alfred H. Meyer, delegate, and Reuben Butzke, day school principal. Missions and Stewardship Counselor of the District, Rev. Ellis Nieting, presented an overview of progress in the 17 mission congregations and preaching stations during the biennial since the last convention and draw attention to several locations where expansion is under study. Dr. Nieting also will review plans for the thank offering set for 1967 in which each of the nearly three million members of the Synod will be encouraged to make a special birthday contribution toward an effort to realize $40 million for use in capital investments in the United States and several foreign coutries. Significant resolutions which the delegates will be asked to consider Include the proposal to establish an inter-Lutheran commission to advise congregations, agencies and auxiliary organizations within all major bodies in Iowa in providing and maintaining care of the aged. A request will be made to the convention also to establish a full-tithe director of education and youth. Delegates representing 72,000 west Iowa Lutherans will adjorn sessions Friday noon SUMMER LEARNING The program in Iowa Falls for enrichment in reading and arithmetic is so popular this summer that one id-year old student pedals 10 miles each day to his classes. The classes from the second to twelfth grades have over 250 students. Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New York, N.Y. (SpceUI) - For the first time science has found a new hcnlinc substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain —without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Files have ceased to be a problem I" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery ol a world-famous research institute. This substance fs now available in Kuppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H®. At all drug counters. Connie's Column GIVE DRIP THE SLIP Yes, you can paint without the messy old overflow! Punch a handful of holes around the lid groove of your paint can. Watch the paint slide right back down where it belongs! When you put the lid in place (carefully wiping the groove first) every hole is covered. And you've more paint left than usual! BE A BRICK Pack a brick of ice cream in dry ice, tote a sponge cake or pound cake and a jar of peach preserves to the picnic. On-the-spot assembly's quick and simple; slice the cake thin and sandwich ice cream slices between. Top off with the preserves, jt's so much nicer than carrying a sticky frosted cake'or pie! DON'T DUCK IT Don't wait till the frost is on the pumpkin, and the ducks are on the wing — if your old-fashioned heating system needs a boost, better look into it now! Convert to a gas heating system for savings you can see, year after year. Ask your local gas company for names of gas heating contractors. Call them now, before they get snowed-under by requests! Gas makes the big difference—in cleanliness, comfort, economy. Your local gas company gets natural gas from the pipelines of Northern Natural Gas Company, to make living nicer for you. TICK-TALK PARTY Easy theme for a wee , one's birthday fest: send invitations in the round; clock- face on the I front and details printed in back. Glue tiny velvet flowers from a dimestore corsage on the proper hour and minute for party-starting. Centerpiece: a big cardboard clock- face with cupcakes to denote each hour. Favors? Wee wrist watches from the dimestore, of course! Big benefit: everybody's watching his watch, and knows when to go home. SEW THRIFTY Now that autumn's a- cpmin', take simple sewing outside when you're tanning. It's | a fine way to span two seasons, and bring last year's togs up-to-date; Example: give last year's straight shift a neck-to-hem braid trim, right down the middle. Upholstery and drapery departments have colorful yarn braids in several widths. Or get out your knitting leftovers, and embroider yarn flowers. Update an old dress by removing its sleeves. Pick up a colorful remnant of fabric; make it a jacket. Bind the frock's neck and armholes with the jacket fabric. PROMOTING PROGRESS Northern Natural Gas Company "pipes" another kind of progress to our Northern Plains states! Through this company's Area Development Program, they've catalogued our region's industrial resources, facilities and equipment. This information is available to industries looking for plant locations in this region, or industries with "choice" contracts to be let. This leads to more jobs, more prosperity — and more reason than ever to be glad natural gas is here! It's brought to your home by your local gas company. © Northern Natural Ga* Company, Omaha, Nebraska

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