The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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4-Alflona ((a.) Upper De< Moln«l Thursday, September 1, 1966 Trudy Alt Bride Here Aug. 27 Of Richard Dugan Trudy AJt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin AJt n\ Burt, became the brldrj of Richard Dugan, son of Mr. ami Mrs. ltal;;h Dugan of Davenport, la., in a double ring ceremony performed Saturday afternoon, August 27, at 3:30 p. m. at the First Methodist church in Algona by Rev. Merlin Davies. Hilda Uankin of Colo, Iowa, was the bride's personal attendant, STORMOR DOES MORE "DRY UP TO 5,000 BUSHELS DMU WITH •*^U*f -'\'-\ * f 1 "VI oil The bride wore a Ro-<: length gown of pare silk linen, trimmed with rows of re-embroidered daisies. The Rabuki sleeves were also trimmed with daisies. The train was coat style with large bows at the shoulders. _The pure- silk UluslGfTyefi fell from a crown of rose blossoms. Susan Hemmingsen was maid of honor, -. d Marilyn Alt, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Terry Alt, brother of the bride, was candle lighter, and Cindy Alt, the bride's sister, was Junior bridesmaid. Dean Willrett attended the bridegroom as best man, and Paul Walker was groomsman. Junior groomsman was Roger Dugan, a brother of the bridegroom. Emy Lou Garms, accompanied by Helena Dodds, was soloist. Ushers were Kenneth Trenary and Ted Greinert. A reception In the church parlors followed the ceremony, with 300 In attendance. Guests were registered by Barb Dugan, sister of the bridegroom, and dining hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greinert and Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom. The Good Hope Happy Scrappers helped to serve. Punch servers were Mrs. Russ Walker and Mrs. Raymond Walker, and cake cutters were Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn and Mrs. Harold Becker, aunts of the bride and groom respectively. Coffee pourers were Mrs. Mervln Jentz and Mrs. Fred Greinert. Waitresses were Jane Walker, Donna and Becky Fisher, Susan Dodds, LuRae Albright and Linda Dodds. Marilyn Harris, Judy Parrott and Diane Smith were in charge of gifts. Both the bride and Groom are graduates of Algona High School and students at Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, Mo., where he is a senior, majoring in biology and agrjl- culture and she an elementary education major. The groom ts affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, and the bride, Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) Lone Rock Food Men Win Prizes At Festival SPEED TANKS" Open roof Ir.iinif I (.-Is rrioiMurf.* r:sc;i|je without obstruction or hack pressure. Now iit.pcl in hundreds ol iristdlliitions to speed up drying iind reduce fuel costs,ihh* in 'J.H'. V.T ,ind 3(,' diameters, one to lour rings high. STOHMOH Spei'd I'.ink'. erect (jim.kly and ran tie expanded at any time into full M..I|I' rlryifij; or drying btor.ijiu bin Included is efficient unloading aiiH (;r to lie into your present HMIII liandlniH system. KYLE KEITH - Algona Representing STOCKDALE'S of Iowa Falls TORMOR Dry O M.ition • Diyi-rs NCA Spcrd [.inks • Cntn 0*yn*'M f ret- Slor.i^i' ' Hulk I ri'(l Him Art Priebjp, Mr. and Mrs. Ramus and Linda went to the Tri-state Food Festival at Spencer Sunday. The Food Festival was held for grocery store managers and employees. It included people from Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota. The managers and their employees were entertained all day with prizes, singing, dinner and each lady was given an orchid. Mr. Priebe won an Instamatic camera and Mr. Ramus won a $50 prize from the D-Con Co. Featured speaker was H. Roe Bertie, former mayor of Kansas City, Mo. REDING FAMILY FARMS Consisting of 422 acres more or less of Webster and Clarion land In Fern Valley Twp,, PaloAlio County. These three farms will be Auctioned off as separate units ..The sale will take place at the home premises, This home is on the paved road first place east of of Rodman on North Side of road. Also a business lot in the town of west Bend to be sold after the land, (about 3:30) to be sold in West Bend at the site. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9-1:30 PM No. 1... Consisting of 160 acres, more or less, fair set of buildings, this farm is all tillable, well drained Clarion and Webster Soil, ...described as ........ The south half (S" 2 ) of the South East Quarter (SE'/O of section fifteen (IS) and the west half (WV 2 ) of the north east quarterlNE'A) of section twenty-two (22) all in township ninety five (95) North Range Thirty one (31) west of the 5th. P.M. 81 acres corn base, 84 bu. yield. No 2. ..The Southwest Quarter (SW'/«) of section Twenty one (21) Township ninety five (95) North Range thirty one (31) West of the 5th P.M. Except the right of way of The Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Rail Way Co. 8 Room modern house in good condition, clay block, double garage good cond., Hip-roof barn 38X56, good cond; Machine Shed 24X48 Fair cond,; Cattle shed, good cond.; Hog House 20X40 fair; 20X40 Chicken house: Fair; 3000 bu. steel grain bin; 2000 bu Wood Grain Bin; 14X24 Wood Grain Bin 160 acres more or less well drained, mostly tillable, consisting of Webster and Clarion Soil. No. 3. ..Lot two (2) in section Twenty Nine (29) and lot Five (5) In section thirty two (32) all in township ninefy five (95) north Range Thirty one (31) west of the 5th P.M. 102 acres more or less of river boltom .Approx 55 acres farm ground, bal. pasture, m 100 Acres corn base on 2 & 3 , farmed as a unit, yield 83 bu. I WEST BEND Part of Ou) Lot of three (3) Halsey's addition to the town of West Bend, Iowa more particularly described as follows-commencing at a point 132 feet west from the south east corner of sed outlet and three (3) thence running North 132 feet, thence west 44.5 feet, thence south 132 feet; thence east 44.5 feit to the the point of beginning except railroad right of way. TERMS: 10% Down day of sale, balance to be paid when abstract & title furnished, On or about Feb. 1st. possession March 1, 1967... Seller will pay 1966 taxes, to be paid in 1967 REDING FAMILY JAMES A. REDING..Agent Brown & Bortvit. Auctioneers Burt & Prichard, Attorneys. WILL COACH Don Blanchard has accepted the postltlon as coach of girls basketball for Sentral High ^chool for the coming year. Mr. Blanchard, who has taught at Sentral for the past 13 years, formerly coached boys basketball and baseball. Before coming to Sentral, he was in the Plymouth school system where he coached girls and boys basketball and boys baseball. In all, he has 11 years of coaching experience. In .addition to coaching he Is an instructor of social studies and general math. Eugene Gardner has accepted a position as guidance counselor at Sentral. Mr. Gardner has been associated with the Rehabilatatlon Center at Mankato, Minn., for the past year. Mr. Gardner who is married, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gardner of Bancroft. French classes at Sentral will be delayed for two to four weeks because the instructor, Mrs. Ditsworth, who is also librarian at Sentral, will resume her duties there after a few week's rest. This will be Mrs. Ditsworth's second year as an instructor at Sentral. - o - SWITCH SCHOOLS The students of the Emanuel Lutheran Church School at Lotts Creek will no longer be going to the school there. They will be affiliated with the Whittemore St. Paul Lutheran school for one year. The church at Lotts Creek has purchased a bus that will transport the 37 students to Whittemore each day. The present school building at Lotts Creek was constructed in 1930 and Emanuel Lutheran congregation has been established since 1875. - o - HOME FROM EUROPE Ellen Bullock, daughter of Rev. .and Mrs. Albert Bullock, returned home early Wednesday from an exciting trip to Europe. She worked seven weeks in a Lutheran hospital in Berlin, Germany. Since there were only two American students working there it was necessary to speak considerable German.She worked 48 hours a week at the hospital and also played the organ In the hospital compound during the mbnffijjof^lfy,'' ^he Berlin Wall was apliroximateiy two feet from? the edge of the hospital, so she had a good view of it. She also saw many other sights of Berlin while there. After working, she made a short trip and visited Vienna, Innsbruck Bronner, Zurich, Lucerne, Strassbourg, Baden Baden, Heidelburg, Luxembourg and Iceland. She returns to Corning to teach elementary music. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Olson, Jane, Mary Lou and Denis Kissinger were dinner guests at the Curtis Olson home Sunday. In the afternoon, they went to Ingham Lake for a picnic supper. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard, Kathie and Jean of Mason City, were guests at the home of Mrs. Maude Blanchard Saturday. Several Lone Rock ladies went to the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines last week. They were Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Mrs. Eldon M*rlow, Mrs. Denis Priebe, Mrs. Jim Mariow and Mrs. Eugene Blanchard of Spencer. They stayed for the Lawrence Welk show In the evening. Janet Ackerman of John Day, Ore. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman of Burt were dinner pests at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig on Thursday. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig visited Mrs. Clarence Enderson of Estherville, Mrs. Glenn Burt of Swea City, Mrs. Gertie Ackerman of Burt and Mrs. Flaig also visited M-s. Jim Ackerman of Garner this week. Carl Peterson has been in Holy Family hospital in Estherville for the past week. Tne Lone Rock Presbyterian U.P.W. will meet at 2 p. m. Thursday. Mrs. Roy Jensen will have the lesson. Sept. 4 the Lone Rock church will change the time of its Sunday morning service back to 10 a. m. Choir rehearsals will begin Sept, 7 and Bible Study for adults will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday this week. Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock of Lone Rock have returned after an extended vacation which took them many different places, but mainly Rev. Bullock attended the Ministers' Conference in Chicago which was held at Mc-Cor- mlck Seminary. They visited their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. David Ludwig, Lincoln, Nebr. They also spent some time at Backbone State Park near Strawberry Point. 1 fVOOECSJ •j 1 li Burt Burt residents say Vogel lives in Ceylon. Ceylon residents say he lives in" Burt. We say this confusion is typical n of a chain store operation and actual* ly neither town wants to claim hint. (Willie didn't write this one !) i Gtlon DELICIOUS CHUBS SUMMER SAUSAGE 89 WILSON'S FINEST GRADE A Bologna Wieners Hiland Potato Chips TWIN PAC WIENER OR HAMBURGER Colonial Buns Fpjger's Coffee $ 919 MONARCH MANDALAY Pineapple MONARCH PEARS NEW PACK $' 303 cans MONARCH WESTERN DRESSING &. MONARCH FLOUR 10 Ib. bag 99* FROZEN STRAWBERRIES PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 8oz. pkg. FROZEN LEMONADE 2-53* PAPER TOWELS KLEENEX COMPARE HOUSE STAMPS WITH ^^^^^^^ ^^BdPi^^ ^^^^^^^HBJP HMHMMiBRP ^^BBIBI'^^ Cardinal Store

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