The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1966
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2-Algona (fa) Upper fat Metntt THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1966 Carol Kemna West Bend Bride Of James Roupe OTTOSEN- Carol Jean Kemna, ward P. Kemna, was united In daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- marriage to James Melvin Roupe, I This 47-ft. STAN-HOIST AUGER REACHES as high as COMPETITIVE S3 footers The secret is in the undercarriage. The Stan-Hoist undercarriage allows you to get next to cribs, storage bins or buildings. Its compactness allows you to really meneuver in and about tight places. Reach openings easier and better with a .shorter, less>expcnBive Stan-Hoist auger. Why pay more for n longfrr auger? ' • Choose from either 6-inch or 8-inch welded, galvanized, seamless tubes. You'll also like Stan-Hoist auger's channel "U" box structure under auger tube for greater support. 8-foot corn screen is optional. Lengths from 33 to 53 feet. Sealed self-aligning bearings throughout the drive shaft. Galvanized drive shaft won't rust or stick. Buy a Stan-Hoist to fill your bins and buildings this fall. FARM We'll Demonstrate Call us today/ JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. $o. of Algona Hotel — Algona, la. Today's the day ... for an electric clothes dryer! son of Mr. sod Mrs. Melrtn Roupe of West Bend at &. Peter and Pauls Catholic church at West Bend September 24 at 10 a.m. Rev. Loots Greying performed the double ring ceremony. . Given in marriage by h*r father, the bride wore t white chapel length gown of Peau de Sole, the softly rounded neckline of tb« high rise bodice, topped t softly styled A-linc skirt. Chantilly lace trimmed the bodice tnd full length sleeres and edged the sweeping train. The floral bridal cap held a scalloped edged bouffant veil that was embroidered with tiny orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Virginia Kemna, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Briesmaids were Judith Goergen of Sioux City and Marlys Kemna, sister of the bride. Flower girls were Debra Jergens, niece of the bride, and Helen Kay Mertz. Ronald Schafer of West Bend was best man . Richard Wilderman of Iowa City and Terry Schafer of West Bend were groomsmen. Mark Elbert of Rodman and Victor Jergens of Humboldtwere ushers. A brunch for 150 guests was held in the church parlors following the wedding. Mrs. Richard Wilderman of Iowa City presided at the guest book. Elizabeth Fogarty and Kathleen Blair served the punch. Mrs. John Mersch and Mrs. Art Lutz cut the wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mertz were the dining room host and hostess. The bride and groom opened their own gifts, assisted by Mrs. Victor Jergens and Sherry and Lisa Roupe. Waitresses were Valerie Mersch, Susan Mersch, Jeannle Mersch, Cheryl Mersch and Lynnette Mersch. The brides mother wore a beige dress with matching accessories and the grooms mother wore navy with matching accessories. The newlyweds went on a weeks honeymoon trip to Colorado. The bride is a graduate of the Twin Rivers High School at Bode and St. Vincents School of Nursing at Sioux City. She is employed at Dr. Bray's office in Algona. The groom is a graduate of the West Bend High School and is employed at the Roupe Furniture store. They will live in West Bend, .fjGlenn.Studjq Photo) " Sales Up With New Models Sales of new cars and trucks zoomed in Kossuth county following introduction of the 1967 models. A total of 49 were registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt last when a There's no more heaving, no more hauling, no more hanging . modern electric clothes dryer does the work. A sudden shower or a steady rain . . . either spoils an old-fashioned wash day. But it's always fair weather with an electric clothes dryer in your home. Your laundry comes out sunshine-sweet from your automatic clothes dryer. See your favorite dealer today about an electric clothes dryer, the way to take the work out of wash day. i Algona Municipal Utilities Bancroft St. John Wins School Publication Honor The TORCH, news magazine of a. John High School at Bancroft has received Us first All-Catholic rating from the National Catholic School Press Ass'n headquartered in Milwaukee, Wise. The rating is awarded on a point basis for Tarious aspects of the publication's quality. Editors of the 1965-66 award-winning TORCH are pictured above, left to right, Kathy Lensing, news editor; Jerry Fangman, photography j Diane Crowley, editor-in-chief; and Joelene Schneider, feature editor. Faculty advisor was Sister Mary James, OSF. The TORCH staff for the current year is Bill Frink and Joelene Schneider, co-editors; Terry Schrandt, photography; Russell Menke, business manager; Cathy Hatlestad, Mary Lou Vaske, Jean Walsh, John Stork, Bill Accurso, Richard Welp, Linda 0*Donnell, Bridget Quinn and Ruth DeGeeter. Sister Mary James is publication director. The TORCH is in its third year of publication. week. Owners are: Chevrolet - Eugene Jandl, Titonka, pickup; Elbert Chevrolet, Whittemore; Maynard and Arlene Miller, Algona; V. A. Carman, Burt; Carl or Harmka Harms, Titonka; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona; Irwin A. or Luella Malueg, Algona; LaVonne D. Peer, Algona; Francis P. Wickwire, Elmore; Anton or Geneva Sorenson, Algona; Orville or Alvina • Wagner, Bode; Relzine Householder, Lone Rock; Larry or Carole Fehr, West Bend; J. R. Souter, Lakota; G. R. Strayer, Algona; Ardeen M. Sampson, Algona; F. W. Weinberger, Fenton. Ford - A. E. Julius, Jr., Lakota, pickup; G. J. Koestler, Burt, pickup; Helen J. Comfort, Algona; Theodore or Ellen Jacobson, Burt; Chrisf Gelhaus, Ledyard. Dodge - K. R'. Seely,, Algpna; D. J. Christensen, Burt; J. E. Parsons, Algona; , Esther „ A. Frank, Fenton; D. K. Prieskorn, Algona; Matt Kirsch, Bode; Lawrence or Arlene Knoll,; Algona; Elvin or Deloris Boeckholt, Titonka; John Hjelmeland, Lu- Verne; W. F. or Verda Ostwald, Whittemore. Olds - H. H. Kettwick, Buffalo Center. Buick - Herman Brandt, Ledyard; A. F. Schultz, Algona. Mercury - Edwin or Fidelia Hibbs, Algona; O. S. Carlson, Algona; George or Edythe Wolf, Algona; Henrietta or AlwinHuen- hold, Algona; D. W. Ferguson, Bancroft; Mary Carol West, Algona; C. M. or Marjorie Rath, Lone Rock. Chrysler - Gladys or Seldon Straley, Fenton; E. J. Seeney, Bancroft. Plymouth - V. C. Farrow, Titonka; F. L. or Elizabeth Erickson, Algona; F. D. Lavrenz, Burt. Pontlac - Mrs. Lula Quinn, Bancroft. CMC - F. J. or Vanda Pfeffer, Wesley, truck. FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO. Army Private Richard J. Schaefer, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Schaefer, Route 1 Wesley, Iowa, completed advanced training as a combat engineer Oct. 5 at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He received instruction in combat squad tactics, use of Infantry weapons, and engineer reconnaissance. He also was trained in the techniques of road and bridge building, camouflage and demolitions. - o- SAIGON, VIETNAM ~ Airman First Class Carl W. Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R.. Payne of Ledyard, Iowa, is now on duty with U. S. combat air forces in Southeast Asia. Airman Payne, a fuel specialist, is assigned to a forward combat base. the airman is a 1963 graduate of Ledyard High School. — <?— MONTGOMERY, ALA. — Major Daryl R. Speicher, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Speicher of Titonka, Iowa, is attending the U. S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell AFB, Ala. He. is a member of the Iowa Air National guard. Major Speicher is one of the more than 500 select government officials and officers from U. S. and allied armed forces enrolled in the intensive military course in management, environment and employment. The 10-month course is part of the Air University professional educational system to prepare officers for higher command and staff positions. DAIRY® FRESH For that real get-up-and-go feeling, rely on the wholesome energy pro- vided by fresh milk. Enter the Big Dodge Rebellion "Winner's Choice" Sweepstakes. See your Dodge Dealer for details. has a new leader-Dart. Don't let others set the pace. Do it yourself. With bold '67 Dart, the hot, all-new swinger that's a cut above the tired compact crowd. A beauty that proves you don't have to sacrifice style and sizzle to get compact economy and handling ease. Look what Dart has. Outside, curved side windows and crisp, sweeping lines for a noncompact look of length. Inside, foam-padded seats and plush carpeting in Dart GT hardtop models. Under the hood, your DODGE DIVISION choice of Six or V8 power. The Dodge Rebellion wants you. Dodge CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC., BOO Sooth Phillips, Algona, Iowa _ Watch the Bob Hope Chryiler Theatre (Wedneiday)... AFL Football (Weekends)... and the Roger Milter Show (Monday)-oll on NBC-TV. Check local listing for times. i HOIIIIItH^ INIINIilllllllllNIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIllllllllll Notes Of Serviceme Mutrena BEEFCAKE Mutrena BEEFCAKE USS PROVIDENCE - Seaman Apprentice Conrad E. Graham, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Graham of 5 E. Call St., Algona, is a crewmember of the First Fleet unit participating in exercise "Eager Angler". The mine exercise, the third conducted this year, involves 29 ships ranging in size from attack carrier to minesweeper, commenced 13 September. "Eager Angler" is designed to ready ships for combat roles in the Western Pacific. Vice Admiral Bernard F. Boeder, USN, Commander First Fleet, is in overall command, -o- FT. BLISS, TEX. - Army Private Kent N. Gerzema, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerzema, Lakota, fired "expert" with the M-14 rifle Sept. 24 near completion of his basic combat training at Ft. Bliss, Tex. The expert rating is the highest a soldier can achieve on his rifle qualification test. Gerzema entered the Army in July 1966. He is a 1962 graduate of Lakota Consolidated High School. He received a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration in 1966 from Macalester Cargill Congratulates CONGRATULATIONS TO; Frand* Eroding & Son», Bode; David Sabin, Algona; Barbara J.rgonton, Algona; and Ptggy Sabln, Al fl ona, on their blue ribbon winning*, all of which wert fed on Nutrtna Bwfcake 32%. Fall booking* now avail•bit it CARGILL, INC. 419 SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET ALGONA, IOWA WiWiiillll illlilllllllllllWIBi*^

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