The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 2, 1962
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2-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, October 2, 1962 Miss Meyer \s Recent Bride, Bancroft Man , Senrca — Oraldine fe Meyer daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank 'Mover. Fenton. and Philip Els• bocker. son of Mr and Mrs Clem Llsbecker. Bancroft. were united m marriage in a double ring cere- _ mony performed at St. ~.?ohn'- Catholic church Aug 23 with Rev Maurice Krause officiating. S:>,ter Mary Alberta was nreanist | The bride, given in marriage b-. 'her father, wore a eown of s;'k • •••rganza and re-embroidered Alen|con lace over nylon net and taf feta. The basque bodice had ar ^<>\a\ neckline ornamented \\i\f, ar> > Ipliqued design of lace The >lee i ve? were long, ending n the- trad ,!ional bridal point a; t.-.e «r: = t -» • fr^nt panel adorne-d w;th i=c° =<•••• o.'f the bouffant skirt, with •!:<.*} bustJe effect at the back or,. ; ;.-rnen;ed with a cluster '-•! d.-.uK-f £>'••*? ;r, a chape! tr^in Hf: Ai'cud veil of ;rn:>.rted S;!K ihusior ••Aas attached to a tin> hat o : j.'*s.<n braid decorated wrtb pearl.';;:.;-ed organza petals She car r;ed a basket arrangement r\' ) white pompoms centered uitr deep pin. 1 ; sweetheart roses and ; _crystal rosary, a gift from tbf .' bridegroom Maxine Meyer was her sister'- maid of honor and her sisters Lola • and Joanna were bridesmaids 'Pochard T. Meyer, brother of thf bride, was best man. and Maurice •and Eugene Elsbecker. brotntr- e.' the groom, were groomsmen I >ners were Kennetn Heldorfei ' and LeRoj Meyer, another brother of th-3 bride. breakfast was served at tb< •Eugine Elsbecker home for .' gwsrs. Sixty guests were enter .' •t-.mej at noon at St John's hall : fallowed by an afternoon reception ' for ]~5 guests at the home of the 1 bride s parents. Mrs E E Hut- I <hin.'on cut the cake. Mrs Geraif' 5;reir poured. Mrs Charles Bjus- I trorr. served punch. Theresa and i IMar-ia Marlow registered the I guess and Mrs John Elsbecker I .ipcr.ed and displayed the gifts. Tie bride was graduated from St John's school at Bancroft ir •in: r and is emp!o>ed at Farmer";::•! Traders Saving- B^nk. Th> b. idegroom was graduated from ^S. Johns m 1954. He served twr, '.jciirs in the army and is now 'engaged in farming with his fa iher. The couple is now at home in Bancroft. ! family. Tiionka. were Sunday i guests at the parental Lawrence j Doege home. Mr and Mrs Eugene Steward i and small son. Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his parents, the ! Walter Stewards Members of the Fidelis das? met at the home of Jessie Rash Wednesday afternoon, with Ciar Graham assistant hostess. Eleven members and one ,eue.»t. Beu!;. Batt answered roil 'call. Six Lakotans Enter College There- trt >:\ from La •;•••: a v, bo M rr^ nr-t nji ; Alfred :.-: I' Bec These young > Beck Amc id Former Algona Lady Succumbs In Florida Mr? Josephine Thompson, ss '."-rnerly of Aigonj. died Sept. 25 at Punta '>rda. Ha . from the in- f:r-:t;r> of sec 5=he had bwn ill sb^-jt three weeks Josephine Johnson was born March :-4. ;<-74 at Algona She attended schcvi in Akona and tauch: rural .school? in Kossuth o-ount> for man;, years She moved to Florida n month? aeo. -:>:rj?-v;sf hi:! ];ved all of her fife Shf WAS married March ].' is* 5 :o ,'ohn Franklin Thompson of A!- [ aona wb-' 1 :s dec-eased ! Sur>;\;n; are ;»-o son-?. John : Kusse; Tnornpsor, of Bur; and Paul of Punta Gorda A son George. ;? deceased A sister 15 Mrs Mary Dau. ». of Stillwaier j Minn ur.e brother and one sister also are deceased There are n grandchildren and 21 ereat- j i Biggest News Of The Year Dak- are ; children Funeral aX'k vNaC't- sen-ices were held at i da where burial also : '. Land Cunningham ;OfBurtWeds September 25 > Bun — Rev. \Sm Schecr off,- t luted at the double ring cc-re- jn<.n> at 2 p m. T'je»d;i\. M.-pt. ^>. •uniting Liinu Jc-an Cunningham ±ntl Kit-hard Trunkhill in mar- -_nage. Attending the couple were "the groom's sister and brother •Kathy and Mt-nnett Trunkhill. Jr . 'Ihe bride, daugntt-r of Mr am: Mrs Merw\n Cunningnam. attt-nd- ;<-d Burt In ah school and worked .as waitress in her parent > cafe ''It'i- i;n«.m i- tr.c ^,n of M j -.Trunkhiil. Hurt Hi- ,- u »r,.du u ;<- nf Titunka high M-hoo) After ;-. .-hurt l;(>ne\niiH,n the couple wili •be at home near Burt ((U'-i-n ( amluluu- •• The B;,rt hi^h -'-'.IPO! h:ind «.. K-tnt-r. .lit- Ban i Fc-:.'... . .Viturdij) Ki-;jrc-^..-ntinj Bjr' d ij'.lft-n U..., J^d;, \\jt,j- i-;- jr t ,,.n .11-r. • J-.,-!> !.,uf?ti'>-r i if Vr . ; ;i:J M. Clifford Alib;,> ; ..,;,- .'r-.m : . ••, •iiiji'cliiiiji l.and ,.n-l flj'c .;; <> "culled t Ijni.d HIT' -i r.ppi.' t i • tii--. fc .i"1 - _;t-<- - "..!, :.-. ., Mi-mbt-is uf the- Li.uiif, B.J... : •of Kussutn cuuii!., nut at I,..; '.Sept .'i f ,r ti,L puri-.j.-^ i.f •!,- cu-.-inf.' k -(ji-.ljt^.ii uf.-l i-.i-i'.... ^ClCH'gatc-.- uilU uiUMluU- |..[- tj.. . \\illard Mt-nz Hair;. \ u i!.-. r ; .iltcrnuti- \\ ;n Mad.M/ii J. liurt. \\u.? tlc-v, U-d i iiaii'iiia.'i Mr am! Mis lluiold Wejii.voi '., jilcl family, Lc-dsaid ueu-' S t .!, (la> guesLi at (lie- hoiiic- of U.t-:i dauglitc-i and fu/h.._. Mr and Mi - f>i-ibert Sc hai-llt-i and Iw. . Tuc-sda> i-x'i'iiin^ Bui--t.i j! tt. i. Schac'liui home '.vc-rc- Mi uiid M. 1 - J-'ianklin Jt-iiscii and fjin.l) A, Itt-v \\ (.j b'liu iitttiiiit-.i 1.,,- IltCs clt tl.c Kijjfl; Ml-l/.'^Ji.:' Hiuixh \\L-dru-.->clu;. aflt-uio'iu iui iicv C L Lta> fuiiiic-r Mttinjii 1st pabtor in several uit-a chuici: Cs liCCCIll Msltolj dl tilt' \\aitul Sit'vvaia huiiic- ueie the iieill '. Gl •tiuitijlt.-a ui (ll.iugo Mis C«la _ iiH-n/. is Mrs Mewaici s broUitj Mi uiij Mi; \un uii-' Gets School Honor Sue LaBarre. Algona. has beer named as co-chairman of Queens and dec-orations committee a; Iowa State t'nr.ersjtv for norne- MEET catching up on events '='<. the home of Mrs E. E Campbell last week when she j had a viss: from a brother. Rich- | art Murphy of Everett. Washing- ! t':>n. who had not been back To Iowa since a big Murphy reunion ! in i^7 ' ' w~ A dirty furnace WE CLEAN AND SERVICE ALL TYPES OF HEATING EQUIPMENT Ash dust, soc and dirt led in your furnace cause corrosion. Pipes and flues are open to acid attack and you're soon-opert- to heavy expense. Why take a chance when it costs so very little for our very thorough cleaning job? Don't wait! I H Call us today for a FREE estimate LAING PLUMBING & HEATING ALGONA CY 4-2104 12 North Dodge •VUUR CERTIFIED LENNOX D E A L E R-E X P E R T REFINANCE! If .. f.ur<!c!).-.,rnr jnre-aii-tit old-style mortgage iii.iKirv :.•,..,[ nft mHe-rabii.- and taking too big ' ' ''• '[."iiiiii) iiKinne . see ore of '•ui j,, 0 i, ,,„,,,.-,,-,,,!, \SL- ma> be able- to help \ou 1 . ,, ;,,,,„,. uri rj c . r Oldsmobile has designed its 1963 models for broader appeal through fresh, youthful = styling, stronger model iden- 1 tification, many improvements = for customer comfort and im- j portant engineering advances i These advances include a new ! adjustable tilt-type steering ; uhoe! and — another first for i Oldsmobile - an exclusive positive crankcase ventilation system. Styling distinctiveness. impressively apparent in each 1963 Oldsmobile series, has been gained through sweeping changes in body and sheet metal, individualized grilles, rear quarter surfaces and tail lamps, bright metal accent trim and contemporary roof and upper structure "design. New rooflines have teen designed for the Dynamic and Super 88 Holiday Sedans and for the Starfire. Two new 9S models have been added. Oldsmobile's full-size cars are styled with long, sleek lines, incorporating special characteristics for each series. The totally new and appealing exterior styling of the Dynamic 88 interiors are richer and more tastefully appointed. Oldsmobile's Starfire, for 1963. is a full-size sports car with its own Starfire engine. ' Hydra-.Matic. power brakes, power steering, bucket seats, power console and tachometer I as standard equipment. In ad- i dition. the fresh new styling of ' the Starfire Coupe features a concave rear window comple- i mentins its highly individualized roofline. The 93 models for 1963 are the most luxurious cars Olds- ' mobile has ever offered. In all these cars. ss's. 9S's and Starfires. are important advancements toward the greater comfort, convenience and safety of the driver and his passengers. All eight F-85 models for 1;*63 have been styled specifi- < dilly to give them more tfto look of an OldsmobiJe, immediately identifiable as members of the Oldsmobile product family. The more impressive look of this car has been achieved by a styling theme of crisp, hori- , zonlal linos. Actual overall I length of the- F-S3 has been in- I creased b\ only 4 inches, and ! the manrnverability of its U2- j inch wheelbase has been re- ! tained. j CuMomc-rs will also find numerous mechanical improvement* in the new F-85's for economy of maintenance, increased passenger comfort and safety, better handling anO* fat' smoother and quieter operation. The H.ulra-Matir transmission is much smoother by the new techniques in automatic shift controls, both in the throttle control and in the triinsmisMon itself ar ,. incorporated in the !!»«:! KAS's spe< iall> designed Hydra-Malic, oldsmobile iJivision'of (.eneral Motors (orp. warrants the new I9f,;; models for 24 monthr or J 1.1100 miles. Thf ]%:; Ramblers re-em- pna-,zi- the- compact leader's s.z<- am) balance concept while v. -./ny w-vt bod;, building technique-, to take on a fresh rii-A iiijpearance I tie new Humbler Clastic *i\ and Ambassador V-x. are l"«er in silhouette look much I'lt^er. \|| Rambler (lassies and \mbassadors are 4" longer in wheelbase. but >et P a " ^horter o\erall, thus reducing |( ' 'n ".. ><..n h.,n,c-' T.-ini ol years and monthly • •-• ••' -' •••••• <«• .-'ijujic-d to fit your income and >"ur vie,;, in soon! COMPOUNDED SEMI-A.VNUALLY " E HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1917 MAKING YOUR TOWN A BETTER TOWN IN WHICH TO Live '-*<'S THROUGH SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS '* 1 ' on the heel.s of the f*.-t xa\t-~ >c-ar in the cum- I-«n;. - hi-tNr> Hambk-r , first m.aj',r apjx-arance change in >••'.i r,il \c-ar> i.-, ba.^ed on an "•!••- anci-d unit construe!ion ir.Khixj tnat results in a slron- i.''-r - 3 fi.-r ij<xl;, and greater KI-. ,,ion ^nd (jualn> in rn d n•-!<!(. tunny Other hi«hlis-hts of the '«3 Hambli-r include a seven-fold increase in use ol "aUjnued steel for greater rust-resist- nep-down di-»i« n with over-all heighl. curved lai-s, aew grille design, wrap-anmnd bumpers. Turn-Slick floor shift transmission with ovi-rdrive, permaBenlly lubricated trans- mUsious. a I t e r n a I ors. and man> other improvelurnts lo further reduce maintenance loots and <«rvk-r reijuiremcui*. t ontmued features i n cl u d e Kambler s d«uble-si»fe»> brake fc.vsU-m aud ceramk-armored BjuffU-r aa«l tailpipe. , Jti lower H ' ar 8 t- ss new YOU ARE INVITED TO THURS SEE THE NEW OCTOBER 1963 This is the 1%3 Starfire. Oldsmobile's full-size sports car. \Vith its crisp, youthful styling theme, fresh new roofline and concave rear window, the Starfire is further identified by the tailored aluminum band along the sides. It has its own grille. Bucket seats, center console. Hydra-Malic transmission, power brakes and power steering are standard equipment._ Produced in both coupe antt convert" ible-models, the Starfire is powered by Oldsmobile's ultra-high compression 345 horsepower Slarfire engine equipped with dual exhausts. OLDSMOBILES RAMBLERS A complete styling change including a fresh new roofline gives the 1963 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday Sedan a sheer new look. Interiors in this series arc more impressive with greater emphasis on luxury in fabrics and appointments. Door armrests arc set in brushed aluminum panels and the Holiday Sedan is equipped with a center rear seat armrest. All Super US models feature greater series identification in exterior appearance. For example, wheel openings are tastefully outlined by stainless steel moldings. Powering all Super 88 models is Oldsmobile's 330 horsepower Skyrocket engine. RAMBLER Free Coffee And Donufs Days! We'll be serving coffee and doughnuts for your refreshment nl»r.«, , <• . ^ Oldimobile and Rambler the pacesetters for 1963. P'easure loo. See the new highlights »hgt will make REMEMBER THE DATE THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AT DAU'S OLDSMOBILE AND RAMBLER GARAGE

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