The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1962 · Page 6
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i (la.) Upper fra Motnn tUESDAY, JULY 3t, Kissner-Hinricksen Vows At Bancroft On July I.onr Rock — The marriage of Jane Marie Kissner, daughter o Mr and Mrs George Kissner, Lon Hock, and Jack Hinricksen, son o Mr and Mrs Paul Minricksen o Swea City, was solemnized Sal urday, July 14, at St. John's Cain olic church at Bancroft. Fathe Krause performed the double rin ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor lengli gown of white taffeta which sh had made herself. The lace-covet ed jacket featured long tapere. sleeves. A finger tip veil fell from a jeweled crown headdress. She carried a prayer book "bouquet 1 fashioned of a white orchid and baby orchids. Janecc Kissner, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Margaret Williamson, friend of tho bride was bridesmaid. They word identical gowns of baby blue with a lace-over-taffeta bodice. The bouffant skirts were of chiffon over taffeta. The dresses were made by Janece Kissner. The girls also wore pillbox hats and blue gloves, and carried bouquets of white carnations. Dick Kissner served as best man and Tom Kissner as groomsman. They are both cousins of the gro»m. Usher? were Jerry Kissner, cousin of the groom and David Lynch. A reception was held from 2 t 4 p.m. at the Lone Rock Legio Hall with 100 guests attending Shirley Kissner had charge of the guest book. Helping with the gifts were Mary Hurlburt. Beverly Wehrspann and Lavonne Thomp son. Refreshments were served Airs Gene Jacobsen poured coffee, Carol McGuire cut and served the cake and Anne Berte attended the punch bowl. Waitresses were Shirley, Thersa and Marcia Marlow and Patricia Lynch. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Dave Lynch, Mrs Sam McCleish and Mrs Garryl Householder. Swea & Eagle boji. The same group tmjofyed a .' . ;, . ------ ~ s> — rt j w i . unu '^ancy, mrs uertie AcKerman, picnic Sunday at Reynolds Park m M rs C. W Heordt and Dennis, al i Mr and Mrs Charles Morris Wed I nesday. Picnic supper guests of the Frank Flaigs Wednesday were M and Mrs Kenneth Sicfert and son Jerry and daughter, Mrs Robor Whitchead and Keith of Rome | Ind., Mr and Mrs Jim Ackerman and grandson Scott of Garner, Mi and Mrs Earl Ackerman, Joann and Nancy, Mrs Gertie Ackerman, honor of Mrs Maude Jongbarg of K.ssemee, Flo Other joining the and the Arden Jongbergs. of Burl, Mr and Mrs Dean Jergo- son, Barbara and Doug of Algona, Mr and Mrs Roger Jenson, Rodney and Cathy, Lone Rock. Dell Mnrlow was a Thursday supper guest of the Jim Marlow family. Wednesday luncheon guests of the P. M. Chrislensons were Mrs Ronald Christenson, Nancy anc Jean of Belgrade, Minn, and Mr Alfred Krueger. The Lively Rockets 4-H club spent a day and half at Okoboj last week. They left Wednesday stayed overnight at the White Way Cabins and returned home Thurs- was awarded an all-axpense trip. day. The girls were chaperonec to Minneapolis July 20 to see thci by Mrs Dave Lynch and Mrs Amy •"•-•• ~ -• Mr and! ' ~ Lone Rock Man Wins Trip To Twin Cities Lone Rork — Clarence Kraft and took the boys home. Visitors at Emma Hurlburts last week were Mrs Roy Zunkel, Mrs Clinton Rath and Cindy; William Rath, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Albert Shaser, Mrs Margaret Lynch, Mrs Dennis Priebe, and Mr and Mrs Benjamin Meyer. Twins play Baltimore _ Mrs Kraft left Friday morning and' Cherland. The "ten girls who went were Joann Bernhard, Patricia attended the game Friday night.. Lynch, Eileen and Susan Lynch, Mr and Mrs Irvin Bathe and family, Downey, Cal. and Mr and Mrs Albert Anderson and family were Thursday evening supper guests at the Johnie Tobin home. Mr and,Mrs Ted HoUand, Grand Meadow, Minn., visited at,the Walter Hans_home Thursday. ^,Mrs Ed,Kienitz of ffurt aad",her brother, f Jerome Campbell, I Omaha, Neb., were Friday callers at the Walter Hans home. Mr and Mrs Walter Hans attended services at the Presbyterian church at Ringsted Sunday where her brother, Rev. G. W. Ukena delivered the sermon. Mr and Mrs Gene Thompson and Mr and Mrs Tom Preston drove to Sioux Falls, Sunday, where they heard Bob Moritz speak at the Hope Lutheran church. Last Monday evening at the Gene Thompson's were Mr and Mrs Harold Hesvik and Becky, Bernard Peterson and Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson. Mr and Mrs Jerry Kluger were Tuesday evening visitors at the Gene Thompson home and from here were to leave for Minneapolis to visit her parents before eoina to California. 6 S Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson Janet and Paul were weekend guests on a tour at Muscatine. Gordon Garrison, Jr came Saturday from Climax, Calif, to visit his parents, the Gordon Garrisons Mr and Mrs Gordon Garrison announce the birth of a new grandson, Douglas Bryce, born to Miami Mrs Paul Linn, Buffalo Center, July 10. Mrs Earl Roed, Elmore, suffered a stroke Tuesday morning and is hospitalized at Blue Earth Mr arid Mrs Everett Hippentr.),) and family attended the Tapper family reunion al Webster City Sunday. About 115 persons were present, including Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer, Algona, Mr and Mr Harm Huisinga, Titonka, Mr am Mrs Norm Kouseau, Elmore Mr and Mrs Harlan Rippentrop of Ute spent a week visiting his parents, the Everette Rippentrops Mr and Mrs Frank Spear and family, Sherburn. were Monday evening visitors ai the Johnie To bin home. Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and family were Wednesday eve ning supper guests of her parents, the Cecil Godfredsons at Hum- bpldt, in honor of Mrs Johnson's birthday. Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and the Perry Torines of Bancroft and Mrs Hilda Hulterstrum of Baraboo, Wis. left Sunday for Baraboo and the two Torine families continued on to Racine, after leaving Mrs Hulterstrum at her home. They visited Mrs Lyle Torine and her children. Mr and Mrs Arnold McCoy, Kay and David of Decatur, 111. are visiting relatives in the area. The McCoys, Walter Petersons, Emil Lar- geos, Lowell Larsons and Francis Torines enjoyed an outing at Oko- While in Minneapolis, they enjoyed a short tour of the shopping; center and the airport and stayerf at the Holiday Inn Motel. The rip was given by the northern division of D-X Sunray Oil Co. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough re parents of a bjaby boy, born uly 26 at St. Ann hospital in Alona. The little lad weighed 5 lb., 13 oz. and has been named! Larry Alan. Mrs Ronald Christenson visited Patricia and Nadlne McCleish, Phyllis Cherland, Pat, Kathy and Joann Binzen. Mr and Mrs Don Knedler returned home Thursday night from a week's trip to Duluth and Grand Rapids, Minn, where they enjoyed sightseeing and fishing. Gene and Alan Miller spent from Thursday until Sunday at the home of their grandparents, the Wayne Millers at West Bend. Sunday their parents, Mr and Mrs Bui Miller, visited the Wayne Miller: BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICF— The Board of Directors of AJqonj Community School District Kossuth County. Iowa, will meet Tuesday, August 7, 1962, at 730 PM, ,it Algoru High Schccl. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July I, 1932, and ending June 30 1963 A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available 5t the hearing. Donald H. Kramer District Secretary 234 5 «~ 1 FUNDS Expenditures For Year jeneral 597.757 ansportation 10,!00 52 Il Cl *B ifl 637.286 699,497 - .,,.„ 12.250 12,645 _Books_and_ Supplies 3,000 3.675 3,793 Totai_Generai~f und_ ~--~6\ 0,857 653,21 1 _715,935~ Id Age Surv. Ins. 'Federal) 13277 19638 16500 ublic Emps. Ret. (State) . 13.712 20,142 16,000 Schoolhouse Fund) chool Site 2,739 34,383 33,056 ionds and Interest 66,641 65,280 71 729 Special Courses Fund 18,500 18,500 Is 74,560 74,560 33,056' 624,937 12,645 3,793 _641.375 1 6 500 16,000 71,729 Total All Purposes „_ 725.276 811.154 853.220 33.056' 74,560 745 604 , _ .~..,,,». B r 'July.- J. trvfi . I. GENERAL FUND ... ;.„- i , 3. Less Balance Reserved :. "----"""""I" I42.S37.90 SCHOOL HOUNSE FUND" ~~ " t SPECIAL COURSES FUND ...~.~.I~I~~"~~ » Esf. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value " " j Number of persons of school age Taxable valuation, 196! _ '_ "" .. Tax Free Land '__ _" " ~ * Moneys and Credits, 1961 Pubhshed in the Algona Kossuth CoJntV" Adva~nV e ; "AlgVna". TowV," July 26 AIR CONDITION YOUR HOME What Does it Cost To Keep Cool? Cost of operating an air-conditioning unit will vary from pennies a day to dollars a month, depending of course, on the amount of use. Although other factors are involved, here again we refer to space sue, insulation, sun exposure, etc. However, one really should measure cost of operating an air- conditioner in terms of hot weather comfort rather than in dollars and cents. SEE YOUR AIR-CONDITIONING DEAIER TODAY I -- -,* ALGONA Municipal Utilities "live Better Mrs Ronald Christenson, Nancy and Jean of Belgrade, Minn, spent from Monday evening until Thursday at the homes of Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Bill Christenson. Friday afternoon callers at the jorenz Geifzenatier home were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hoffer of Cedar and Mrs C. J. Slander of Bancroft. Thursday evening guests of the Alfred Kruegers were Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer and Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer, Bryan and David. They celebrated the birthdays of Mr Krueger and his daughter, Mrs Melvin Meyer. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore of Algona called Friday evening at the E. E. Hanna home. Mrs Ben Schmidt attended a reunion at Fairmont Sunday. She was accompanied by Judy Jtoppe Gary and Terry, and Pat & Susa Blanchard and Steve Newbrough Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt am Roxanne called Sunday evening a the E. E. Hanna home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter visit cd the Robert Baxter home ai Rulhven Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen spent Sunday at the Glenn Hughes lome at Sac City. A Schuitz family reunion was mid at Elmore Sunday. Those present from the area were Mr nnd Mrs Alfred Schuitz, Oltosen, Mrs Hulda Schuitz, Mr and Mrs Fred Schuitz, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mr and Mrs William Faulstich, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Joe Stenberg, Elmore, and Mr and Mrs Francis Steenberg, Lakota. Monday supper guests at Ihe A. A. Krueger home were Mr and Mrs Lester Schuitz and family and Mrs Hulda Schuitz. Visitors at the home of Mrs Mary Genrich were Mrs Hulda Schuitz, Elmore, Friday afternoon; Mrs Dorothy Hanna, Sunday afternoon; and Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Sunday evening. Sunday dtahef guests at the Al pert Shasers were Henry and Al bert Rath, Belgrade, Minn.; M and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John and William Rath, Lone Rock. Af ternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath, Algona; Mr and Mrs Leonard Hoist, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener. Henry Rath visited his mother, Mrs Mar tha Rath at the hospital in Esther ville Sunday. Staying at the Gerald Angus home for three weeks is a cousin, Steven Crow, from New Jersey. Mrs Jerry Toller and Amy of Sioux City are visiting in Lone Rock for a week. She is the sister of Mrs Dennis Priebe. Sunday guests of the Bernard Tigges were Mrs Mary Reding and John, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Ross Inman and family, Bancroft, Mrs Ivan Mader, Churdan, and Mr and Mrs Fred Tigges, Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges •isited the Gene Tigges home at Graettinger last week and got ac- [uainted with their new baby boy, lames Gene. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and amily had a family picnic Sunday at take Cornelia w!th friends (torn 21. Plans for local achievement, LuVerne. Guests of the Everett Mannas for a steak supper Thursday were Mr and Mrs Jake Smith and dau* ghter Sheryl, Hurt, and Mr and Mrs Dale Bixler of Berwin, ill. Mrs Hanna's father, D. W. Smith, who has spent a month visiting her, is now staying with another daughter, Mr and Mrs S. R. Parsons, Burt. Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals 4-H met with Diane and Lynn Arndorfer July which will be Aug. 2 at the Wayne Wickwire home, were made. Irvington Homemakefs and anyone interested 'are welcome to attend. A talk was given by Linda Ruhnke and a demonstration by Sharon Hix. Courtesy was given by Diane and Lynn Arndorfer. Ice Cream Social M.Y.F. will hold an ice cream social on the Methodist church lawn Friday, beginning at 4 p.m. The public is invited to attend. DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA 4 BIG DAYS 4 BIG Nig Tuesday thru Friday, Aug. 14 -15 -16 -17 FUN FOR EVERYONE! COUNTY FAIR at the Fairgrounds in Algona, Iowa FUN FOR EVERYONE; TUESDAY, AUGUST 14 i nn A .. CHII -DREN'S DAY (Special Privileges for children) /:UO A.M.—Gates open. 8:00 A.M.-Jud 9 ing of Purebred Swine. 8:30 A.M.-Judging of Dairy Class. o nn A'»'~'! Ut ! 9in9 ° f floral ha " e *hibits, and 4-H Girls exhibits, o on ^.M.-Judging of 4-H colts, and open class colts and horses. 2:00 P.M.-Auto Thrill Show. 8:00 P.M.-Auto Thrill Show. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15 7:00 A.M.-Gates open. 8:00 A.M.-Judging of purebred beef heifers and Girls 4-H exhibits. 8:30 A.M.-Judging of 4-H girls demonstrations. 9:00 A.M.-Judging of beef, poultry and rabbits. 2:00 P.M.-Go Kart races. Free grandstand. 8:00 P.M.-Gene Holters Wild West Animal Show. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16 7:00 A.M.-Gates open. !'2« A '» 1 ~ 1 ! UC ! 8lna of mqrket lqmbs '""owed by purebred sheep. 8:30 A.M.-Judging of 4-H girls demonstrations. 8:30 A.M.—Judging of swine. 1:00 P.M.-Judging of market swine. 2:00 P.M.-Traetor Pulling Contest. Free grandstand. 8:00 P.M.-Stock car races (Kossuth County Fair Championship races) FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 7:00 A.M.-Gates open. 8:00 A.M.-Sgle of sheep and swine. 8:30 A.M.-Sale of baby beef. r A r0 . dW D and u Sm S 11 r f9r * how - Free 8«<ndstand Auto Races by Northwest Midgets, Inc STOCK CAR RACES GRAND AMERICAN SHOWS ON MIDWAY FOUR DAYS AUTO THRILL SHOW WILD ANIMAL SHOW STOCK CAR RACES MIDGET AUTO RACES I FREJ GRANDSTAND ill jjj FOR AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

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