The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 2, 1962
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6-Algono (lo.) Upper DM Moln»i Tuesday, October 2, 1962 Algonan Weds Sept. 22 Judy Anne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold G. Kuhn, Charles City became the bride of James Steven, son of Mr and Mrs Leo F. Steven Algona, Sept. 22 at » p.m. in Colwell Congregational church, wit Rev. Robert Meyer performin the double ring ceremony. Louis Peters sang, accompanie by Lorraine Schwarch. Jud Kuhn was maid of honor, Noree Newton was bridesmaid and Wan da Booth was flower girl. Dean Benschoter was best man, Gerald Hudson, attendant, Kevin Kuhn ring bearer, and Richard Steven and Francis .Janssen, ushers. The bride, given in marriage b> her father, wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace net over net over taffeta, fitted bodice styled with long lilypoint sleeves and a pearled and sequined scalloped scoop neckline. The full skirt featured tucks caught up by Bon Bon roses. The back of the skirt had layers of scalloped net and lace extending to the floor and tucked with Bon Bon roses on top. She carried a bouquet of red roses with streamers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in church parlors. Host and hostess were Miami Mrs D. Manneny. Anne Steven had charge of the guest book. Mrs Florence Janssen cut the cake Mrs Mariel Booth poured coffee and Mrs Beverly Meyers serve-; punch. Dining room hostess was- Mrs Barbara Mannetters anc 1 waitresses were Mrs Delores Wright, Joyce Schollenbager, Joy ce Girken and Lois Kraimeyer. Kitchen help included Mesdames Jim Chambers, Carl Jensen, Richard Lewis, William Morgan, Alvir Anonsen and Barbara. Charlotte Koele, Tola Janssen, Janet Steffa Mary Amundson. Mary Kay Alsto' and Jean Steven hud charge of the gifts. The bride is a graduate of Hamilton Business College and is em- : ployed as it secretary in Mmni-a- 1 polls. The groom is attending ' Dunwoody Industrial Institute. Th; couple will li\e at Minneapolis i I'DM F.ngraving i Engagement Of Delores Leek Announced Here Mr and Mrs Art Leek, Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their dan ghter, Delores Ann, shown above to James W. Bierstedt, son of .Mr.*. Lucinda Bierstedt, Ft-nton, and the late Alfred Bierstecli. Th< wedding is planned for Nov 24 at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran church Algona. Miss Leek is employed at the Iowa State Bank. < L*i).M Engraving.) Father Passes Everett R. James, 75, Chariton father of Paul James of Algona died Sept. 14 there of cancer. Fu neral .services for him were held in Mount Zion church there, with burial in the church cemetery. He is survived by his widow, seven children and several brothers and sisters, including Mrs Henry Mains, Wesley. Layman Banquet To Hear Chaplain From Rochester The third annual Algona Lay men's Banquet will be held Wed nesday, Oct. 10, 6:30 p.m. in the high school annex. Rev. Stanley Sargent, chaplain at the Rochester. Minn, hospitals for the United Church of Christ, will be the guest speaker. Chaplain Sargent will speak on the subject, "The Man Who Came Tc Dinner." James Kolp, chairman, will be assisted by Jim Johnson. Harold 3justrom, Keith Christie, and iiless Rusk with program arrangements and the sale of tickets. Tickets are now on sale for SI.50 per plate by laymen of the co- perating churches. Reservations must be in to chairmen bv Oct. The banquet Is sponsored by th\ Algona Ministerial Union. Rev Evan Routh, president. Gets Seven Year Sentence For False Check Judge G. W. Stillman scmtencec T. .1. Callahan lo seven years ir the slate penitentiary at For Madison after (he latter enlered ; plea of puilly fo a ch;irge of fa drawing and tittering of a tv.i check in district court here (hi; week. He was charged with a falsr check in the amount of $75. Ap peal bond in the matter was sc! at $2.500. New Policeman Here; Now 8 On City Dept. Bill Kasmussen. 27. who calls West Bend his home town, har joined the Algona polii 'o department and reported for duty Oct. 1. His appointment brings to eight the number of policemen on the force and fills a vacancy created several weeks ago with the resignation of a patrolman. Rasmussen is married and ha< a 10 month old son. He and his family will move into a house here Nov. 1. He will be on night duty after a short training period on days. Morris Me Cann Dies, Whittemore Morris Loo McCnnn, 44. die< of a heart altack about n:,10 „ m Friday at the Earl Fimss farn north of Whittemore. Mr MeCann had boon disc-liars ed from army so.rvico n few year due to his heart condition. HP was horn March Ifllfl Sioux City. His brother and Bisters arp widely scatferpd. In March 1P">7 IIP was married 'o Leila FUOSR. Thev and Ihpir three children. Patricia. David ind Darryl lived in a Irailer house- on her father's farm. Me W ;r nicker for a sped corn plant jit Algona. Funeral services were held at " p.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Ltilh eran church. VVhilleniore. Th.- lev. Cleo Kautsch officiated am' urial was in the church cc-tne cry. Church of Algona \vere Kev. G. ,1. C. Gerikc, Clair niossom and E Farm Equipment Blakes, LuVerne At Conference Mr and Mrs Allen Blake of the Blake Funeral Home have just returned from Sprinjjfield, Illinois where they participated in a Regional Conference for members of the Order of the Golden Rule. The conference was one of nine meetings for member funeral directors being conducted throughout the United States and Canada. In these meetings, funeral director? study ways and means to improve 'uneral service and lower funeral costs. They exchange ideas and methods Succumbs To Heart Attack Funeral services for Walter A reist, 55, of Woodward, husbam f the former Margaret Ruscl o' Whittemore. were held Monda> afternoon at Woodward, with bur ial in Memorial Park Cemeten at Fort Dodge. Mr Geist died of a heart attack very suddenly at Dubuque whil. he and his wife were on a vacation. He had been employed ir the transportation department of the Woodward State School am! Hospital. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, four grandchildren and two brothers. M K'HIVKKY I 1ST I'll KKItS 1—Mnilel :!(!n \ew tdea — in excellent roiulilicui I —Model _M \p\\ Men (ready tn I- Model fi.\ New Men L'—Model :i.'! Allis-<'halmers — in Hood roiulilion I—Moilel Til John Oeere with aiitnmalic jjreasrr I —Model I'M M<< ormk k-I)eerini* i I —Minneapolis-Mtiline (used three season) I — Massey-Marris — self propelled 1—12 ft. I.lttlp Giant Elevator 1—,1-14 International Plow 1—:i II.P. Klrrtric Motor with speed jack for elevator I—N'ew Idea KIAil Typo Chopper — excellent condition 1 IN'OK IMH.KMKNT CO. Swea I'itv lo\va liltiwii •>• I mil K\KM KOl'U'MKN't » OK S \l K e Sell tarn! iMwO UKtU.KN il'orn Crihs mul jtr«i« bins . WAUSH & SPKKHV Corn Cvitw. At Conference Continued growth and expansion of mission opportunities prompted .'iSO pastors and laymen represent ing the 105 congregations of the Iowa District West of the Lutherar Church — Missouri Synod to set r record work program" of SI.322.40: at the fiscal work program con ference at St. Johns Lutherar Church in Storm Lake recently Attending from Trinity Lutherar ; (UMIUNKS I—Model mil Mlis-nialmrr* self I propelled — in evcelletit condition i I —Model fill Allis-Chalmrrs with ' slravvspreader and piekiip I—Model US Mitineapolis-Moliiip j with stra« •spreader and piekiip j!—Model \-(i Case «jih strnw- ! spreader and pickup i I—Model IL'A .lolin Deere I—<i fl. Hoods F'ros. with straw- j spreader, pickup &• skour Klecn j TMACTOHS I—Model 7. \ .Miiinrapolis-Molinp linerhaiiled) , I —Model Til Olher 1 I—Model K Minneapolis-Molinc I—Model I" Minneapolis-Moline i—Model \\( \!lis-( halmers \llis-( halmers \IIK-< halmers with ! 1- J. D. \o :\X1. pull typo 1 piokor " , $(•>; '-'—,1 IV Tractor Sptviulors I 1-Case ii actor spwndor, !>5 bu. 1—Now Ohl Field Chopjvr with i single row corn hond. New but floor nuxlel. PHU'KH 1X1 SKLL. i 1—N'ew Wetmore N'o. 250 knife- i type hammennill. with wa«on ! box hopper. PK1CKD TO SKhl,. j 1—PTU Post Hole Auger j 1—New Idea No. 17 i spreader $4(15 I—Used Anthony trailer, very good buy. 1—Used wood flare box 1—Anthony farm trailer w 6 ply tires, good shape $130 Also several good used elevators on hand. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton. Iowa (36) WANTED - STEADY INCOME averaging $75 weekly nnd up possible for MAN OH WOMAN. Service Walk ins customers in city of Algona. No Investment. Full or part time. Write Watkins Products, Inc. D-65, ona, Minn. Wanted i— Model -Model \U> •.Model C loader .Model IK Cast MISCKI.I. \\EOIS I—in ft. Olta«a Klevator •."ill ft. Mc\er Klevator -I'i ft. N'ew Idea Klevator with PTO Drive I— :, 1—; I.ADIES, READY TO WEAR Nationally famous Mode O' Da> is opening a new store in Algona featuring budget priced clothing \ou can own this franchise and operate on a consignment basis without any investment for merchandise. Lady 25-55 preferred, Investment for equipment only. For information, write: D. D. Allred 4034 Newport Ave. Omaha 12, Nebr. (39-40*) BAND FESTIVAL SPECIAL! all-wool CAR COATS REDUCED TO 1988 Top fashion coverage in 100% wool meltons, tweeds and checks with quilt linings, luxury pile collars. Fall colors. Women's sizes 8 to 18. '63 CHCVHOieT IMPALA SPORT KO/Wj NOW-GOllEfSMOOIH CHEVROLET foFi&3 L _ _ . **+ _ _~ l ~" _ .. * ^^^^ ' It it didn't say Chevrolet on the flanks of the «uperb automobile you eee here, you'd have a hard time proving'it'3 a low-priced car. It offers ( limirious styling, extremely comfortable, spacious ftnd silent interiors ... plug a lot of invisible ways ,to keep it looking and running like new when a lot ^ V •a w^j of others have started to sag and sigh: new flush and dry rocker panels under the doora to guard] against rusting . . . self-adjusting brakes . . . IDelcotron generator for longer battery life. If I you ever wondered why Chevrolet leads its field,' ' a drive in this '63 should answer all your questions. dashing all-wool COATS For JUNIORS and JR. PETITES ' Chlnchucker collars on gay blanket plaid or casual tweed coats. Each warmly pile lined or wool interlined. For you , tiny types with more dash than dollars. Green, blue, brown. )U CHlYUfHOM if OUT COUFfj Hard M It may be to beUere, thfayeart Chevy nfc tetter, better than last year-fl and better than any. thing In ita claaa. It combines all the new easy-caro featurea of the big Chevrolet with its own wonderful attributes of parkable uiae, four- or siwsyllnder fuel •oonomy and Jnteriora that'd do liMJm to era irfthi CQrlnA ifa nvfnA ««t>1 V«.1« ij i Change It? Calm yourself, nobody's going to ,..„„, with a winner like this one! We did add self-adjusting brakes and a more fully aluminized muffler; interiors end outside trim are refined a bit, but the rest is pure Corvaij with all the over-the-road goodness that Implies. Oh yes, we changed the taillighbs so all' jthose people you pass will know you're driving a '68,1 *c//ffererifMn(f3of ears'at your Chevrolet Dealer's Showroom 108 SOUTH HALL KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3554 SPECIAL PRICE FOR BAND FESTIVAL! lined all-wool flannel SLACKS^ Completely lined, 100% wool slacks designed to fit the time.,, the place . . . your budget and you! Side zippered. In favorite black or gray. Sizes 8 to 18, USE-YOUR ...CHARGE ACCOUNT at S&L

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