The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 15
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Carol Nurre, Whittemore, Wed Nov. 17 Whittemore - On Saturday, Nov. 17, in St. Michael's Catholic church. Carol Nurre, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Nurre of Whittemore, became the bride of Garv Harms of Des Plaines, 111., son of Mrs Charlotte Mergen and the late Henry Harms. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Philip Dailey Sister Eleanor accompanied Edmund Walsh who sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of nylon and tulle shiffli embroidered tulle over satin fashioned with a close filing bodice pointed at the back. The Sabrina neckline of scalloped embroidered tulle were worn with short capped slee ves. The full tulle skirt over layers of net and stain was softly draped in a peplum effect over the front and the back of gown sweep* Jng to the floor on either side. Her "illusion veil fell from a princess crown. She carried a white orchid on a Prayer book. Carol Gengler was maid of honor and Mrs James Johnson ws bridesmaid. The bridegroom's attendants were Ray Dean Harms and Marlin Kirsch. Ushers were James Nurre and Olem Kollasch. Acolytes were Neil Nurre and John Mergen. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for 175 relatives and friends in St. Michael's hall. Punch was served by Anita Nurre, and Ann Mergen. Kay Roth registered the guests and Patricia Fickbohm and Barbara Elbert opened the gifts. Mrs Albert Kollasch poured. After a brief trip they will be at home in Des Plaines, 111. where Mr Harms is employed by United Airlines. UDM Classineds Pay Dividend! ENDS TONITE (WED.) "SWEETHEARTS" 2 NEW FEATURES Tales Of Terror playing at the Algena Theatre MASTER TERROR TRIO - Vincent Prior, Peter Lorre and Basil Kalhbonc, Holloywood's masters of terror, horror and thrills, ro-star together for the first time in American International's "Poe's Tales of Terror," opening Thursday at the Algona Theatre. Debra I'aeet also stars in the Panavision and color trilogy of Edgar Allan I'oe stories. LONE ROCK By Mrs. Jim Marlow THURS.-SAT. NOV. 29 THRU DEC. 1 ip l^GAR ALLAN POE'S The UNBELIEVABLEbecome.sTmr.1 VINCENT PRICE PETER LORRE BASIL UTHBONEw DEBRA PAGET JANET MUNRO'UO McKERN • EDWARD JUDD ON STAGE FRIDAY NITE AT 9:00 GAMBLES KIDDIE AMATEUR SHOW You be the Judge and Pick the Winners 3 BIG PRIZES IN MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATES, FIRST PRIZE $10.00 SECOND PRIZE $5.00 - THIRD PRIZE $3.00. FREE BUGS BUNNY TALKING DOLL GIVEN AWAY TO SOME LUCKY PERSON. •"B^BBnnQBHHBBBmnEBSBnHnnBaBBBm FREE SHOW SATURDAY, DEC. 1 'SANTA CLAUS DAY SHOWN AT 1:30 AND 3:30 //I ft/ «,™ JEROME COWAN -ANNA-LISA- BOB COLBERT PLUS COLOR CARTOONS SUNDAY Thru WEDNESDAY DEC. 2-5 2 NEW FEATURES - CONTINUOUS SUN. FROM 1:30 FIRST TARZAN SPECTACULAR! GIANT THRILLS! Battle of Bull Elephants I Leap from plane to river! 300 wild elephants stampede I Fight with savage leopard! , of tha JimaUl i^pj^fc^-**^"*"* #*n«^ •"•—- ^*«*VMBHHI9Bl^HlbHi^^^^H^^^^B^D^^^IIH^Hl^^fl JOCK MAHQNEYafid JAIJhe Elephant Boy with IMNORA, King of the Elephants VHSBMBKBBHBKHKBHBHBIHUHJKfiUH^BRUB SECOND A-l EXCITING FEATURE IT'S GOT - THAT MAD JA7ZBEAT/ 12- JY CHECKER-GARY tut) Bonos ; Joi LEYION-CMUS DOUGUS-. ^L Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder Mr and Mrs Dale Schroedcr and family, Mary and Rachael Hurlburt were Sunday dinner guests at the Laverne Schroeder home at Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Oak of Taylor Ridge, 111. visited Mr Oak's aunt, Hattie Shaser. Word has been received by relatives in Lone Rock of the birth of a baby boy to Mr and Mrs Angus Cotton Jr. of Clarendon Hills, 111. The young lad was born Nov. 7. weighed 8 Ibs., 6 oz. and was named Angus Langdon Cotton III. He has a sister Caribe, 2Vz. Craig Blanchard spent the Thanksgiving holidays with his parents, the Don Blanchards. They also had a house guest, Linda Masterson of Laurens from Thursday to Saturday. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter visited last Sunday at the Robert Baxters and the Clarence Kreutners at Ruthvc-n. Mr and Mrs Sidney Ellefson spent Thanksgiving at his father's home, Ole Ellefson of Forest City. Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton had as a guest last week, their granddaughter, Deborah Cotton. Her parents, Mr and Mrs John Cotton of Fort Dodge, attended the annual meeting of the Farmers' National Farm Management Co. at Omaha. Mrs Maude Blanchard's son Eugene Blanchard, Omaha, Neb., spent from Thursday until Saturday as a guest in her home. Mr and Mrs Lou Paulson and family were dinner guests at the Jim Woltz home at Burt Thursday. Mr and Mrs Angus Cotton were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Kenneth Jackson home. Dennis Dammann is spending a few days at the Leslie Baxter home. He is a grandson of tl» Baxters. Mr.and Mrs Jack Johnson and Janet of Cowrie and Mr and Mrs Paul Mabee and family of Story City were. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Charles Morris home. Gordon Blanchard of Mason City spent Monday night with hi.s mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Dell Marlow home were Mr and Mrs Dick Dallman and family of New Hampton, .Mr and Mrs-Bub Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Carl Bonstead, Susan and Bob of Sidney, Neb., and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow. Mr and Mrs W. L. Champion. Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Bill Champion and family of Swea City spent Thanksgiving Day at the Ward Champion home in St. Ansgar. Susan Montgomery and Nancy Fischer were at home with their lanimes for the Thanksgiving noli- 'ays. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig and Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family were dinner guests Thursday at the Dean Jergenson home in Algona. Mrs E. A. Leo, Susan and Mike, Mr and Mrs A. A. Kruegcr, Bill Christenson, Mr and Mrs Mclvin Meyer, Bryan and David of Algona spent Thanksgiving day at the Ronald Christenson home at Belgrade, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends were dinner guests Thursday at the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges attended a Droessler family gathering at the Burt Legion hall Thursday. Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Durwin were dinner guests Thursday at the Carl Beck home at Cylinder. Other guests were Mrs Dora Haack of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack and Lori of Whittemore. Dawn Schultz returned Frklav to Jackson, Minn, where she is employed after spending a f'-w days with Mr and Mrs Fred Schultz. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard and family spent Thanksgiving at the Roger Palmer home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Carl Bonstead, Susan and Bob of Sidney, Neb. spent from Wednesday until Friday at the Dell Marlow home in Lone Rock. Mrs Bonstead is a daughter of Mr Marlow. Mrs Maude Blanchard spent Thanksgiving Day at the diet Alme home in Ottosen. The Christmas seal goal for the town of Lone Rock is $6-}. Mrs Frank Flaig is in charge. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus had as guests for Thanksgiving dinner Mrs Ed Tabako of Garden Grove, Cal., Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Mr and Mrs Claude \Vhitehill of Algona. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter spent Thanksgiving Day at the Floyd Nichols home in Emmetsburg. Fenton News Mr and Mrs Kenneth I Inker- son were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Earl Jensen home, Ringsted. Sunday, Nov. IS dinner nn:l afternoon guests at the Roy Chris- chilles home were Rev. and Mrs Fred C. Pruel, Rev. and Mrs Paul Hoyt and Pat and Mr and Mrs Hans Baago. Supper and evening guests were Mr and Mrs ,lurry Wiener and Carol Sue and Mr and Mrs Andy Harms and Ba>ri:la, Burt. The November meeting of the Independence Township Farm Bu reau Women was held in the home of Mrs Eugene Huskamp with seven members and two guests, Mrs Arthur Krause and Mrs Carrie Voigt present. Mrs Bertol Berkcland told about the ABC's of Farm Bureau. Chairman Mrs C. L. I'nderwood explained the Cooky Contest being held in Palo Alto county. Cookies will be judged on Dec. 20 in the home of Charley Naig. Mrs Arthur Krause gave an interesting demonstration on winter center pieces and houc|uels using dry weeds and told how to make a wreath using corn husks Coffee was served at an altrdctive table by the hostess, Mrs llu.v kiimp. According lo an item received in Fenton from an Arizona newspaper Zells Restaurant in Apache function, Ariz, is under the new management of the Dunne Wid dels and Harlan Askelands, form erly of Fenton and Esthcrvillc. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegcncr were Mr and Mrs Clarence Wcg ener, Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and family. Mrs Otto Wichtemtahl hud as Thanksgiving day dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger and Carol, Mr and Mrs Wayne Bollinger and family, Mr and Mrs Norman Bollinger and girls, Miami Mrs Edwin Wichlenclahl and family, Lotts Creek, and Mr and Mrs Ed Wichlendahl, Algona. Mr nml Mrs Elmer Roller, Alls tin, Minn, were dinner guests of Mrs Leone Halverson Thanksgiving day. Keller is Mrs Halverson's brother. Mr and Mrs Ewalri Kohlwes Austin, Minn, were Sunday, Nov. 18, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy and Mrs Retta Eigler were also Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Geo. Murphy. Mr and Mrs William Wiener and family and Mr and Mrs Donald Hainzinger and family attended a family uinnor at the Everett Knut- sons, Emmetsburg on Thursday, Nov. 22. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki were Mr and Mrs Floyd Burcl, Mr and Mr? Marion Stucki and Dennis and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Seribnrr were Thanksgiving day guests of Sgt. and Mrs Thomas H. Scribner. Jim Scribner returned home for a visit with his grandparents. Cubs Receive Awards During Pack Meeting The regular mccling of Cub Scouts Pack 70 was held Nov. 20. Awards Chairman Miles Sloniker made the following awards: Bobcat pins to Randy Burris. Dennis Mains, Wayne Rentz, James Haag, Dale Miller, James Stock, Richard Steinman, Dennis Mc- Guirc, Stephen Skilling, Robert Lickteig, Bryan Murphy, Ricky Kuhn, Gary Kunkcl, Jeff Higgs, Dickie Sfration, Daniel D. Beisell, Darrcll D. Dettman; Gerry Whitlc- more and Neil Anderson, Gold and 2 Silver Arrows, Gary Hagen, John Chrischilles, Steve Merrv- man, Tom Ellefson and Dennis Gustcr, 2nd year service star, silver arrow, Kim Sloniker, Gold and Silver Arrow, James Miller, Bear Radge and Silver Arrow, William Nugent, Denner Stripe. Robert Kent, Lion Badge, gold and 2 silver arrows, Galen Cant. Rear Badge, gold arrow and silver arrow, Randy Burris, Denner stripe and perfect attendance badge, Anthony Hauser, Douglas Scli- enck and David Charles, perfect attendance badge, Verlyn Hanhr. perfect attendance badge, 2nd yr. bar for perfect attendance, silver arrow, Craig Carson and John Thompson, perfect attendance badge. Announcements of December activities were made. On Dec. Ifi at 2 p.m. in the music room of the Annex, Pack 70 will rehearse for their annual Christmas Caroling. On Dec. 18, they will sing carols at the County Home, hospital and nursing home. Afterwards, they will meet at the Annex for licit chocolate and cookies. The fathers took part in a contest to determine the best hog caller. The prize for this (sausage) was won by John Goodman. The mothers had a chicken calling contest won by Mrs Biescll, who received eggs as her prize. The judges for the event were from each den. FISH Ray Swartz of Jefferson, caught his limit of walleye pike in <!5 minutes in the Racoon River south of Jefferson. The largest was a shade over •) pounds. There are now over 19 million dairy cows in the U.S. — about one for every nine Americans. Thursday thru Saturday—"Tiilo; Of Terror" at 7:4.i Only; "The Day The Earth Caught 'Fire". !1:15 Only. Saturday matinee Free Kiddies — Santa Claus Day Show at 1:30 and 3:00 p.m. Friday night amateur show at 9 p.m. Sunday — "Tar/an Goes To India", 2:55 - 5:5(i - 11:51; "Ring-A- Ding Rhythm", 1:30 - 4:25 - 7:25 10:00. Monday thru Wednesday—"Tar /.an Goes To India" at 7:05' - 10:00; "Ring-A-Ding Rhythm, K:<!0. As I am going to quit farming, I will sell the following personal property at the farm located 1'2 miles south of Bancroft on the blacktop, and then 1 mile east, on SALE TO START AT 9:30 A.M. GRAIN DRYER: Habco 400 Batch Bin, like new. Radson Moisture Meter. TRACTORS: Massey Harris 44, 1949, Power Pack; John Deere B, 1951, All Overhauled; Ford 8N, 1949, All Overhauled. PLOWS — Minneapolis Molino 3-14; John Deere 2-14, H S Bottoms, Hydraulic; Ford 2-14 Mounted. FLEX-0-GLASS18 the only window material that carries a 2 VEAR GUARANTEE. DISC - John Deere 10-ft.; Field Cultivator, John Deere 10-ft ; Spring Tooth Harrow, 8-ft.; Drag, 4-seetion; Seeder, Trailer Mounted; Planter, John Deere 290 with fertilizer; Cultivators, John Deere 2-row; Ford 2-row, with front attachments; Mower, John Deere, 7-ft., semi-mounted; Picker, John Deere 227; SheUer Attachment, John Deere 50; Combine, M-M 69, complete; Elevator, Kelly-Ryan, 44-ft.; Drive-on Hoist; Trailers, New Idea with Simo Hoist and 5 x 10 Barge Box. Twin-Draulic with Hoist and steel flare box, 15" rubber. Electric Running Gear, with 15" rubber. 2-wheel Flat Bed Trailer. Home Made Running Gear with straight box. Manure Spreader, Minneapolis Moline; Rear End Scoop for Ford. Belt Pulley for Ford. 16-ft. Portable Auger. Potato Digger. Buzz Saw 'i HP Portable Air Compressor. Walsh Sprayer. Paint Spray Gun; Manure Loader, Humboldt, JD Mounts, Snow Bucket; Stalk Cutter, Humboldt; Side Rake, New Idea; Oxy-Acetylene Welder, complete with tanks, cart, and cutting attachment; Self-Feeders, 55 bu. David Bradley; 18-bu. Utility; McCullough Automatic Waterer, Hog Troughs and Pans, Heat Lamps. 500 Bales of Straw, 400 Bales of Alfalfa and Red Clover Hay - All In Barn. 2 Brooder Houses, Gas Brooder Stove, Kerosene Brooder Stove, Nests, Waterers, Feeders. Some Household Goods. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker be-' fore the sale. No property to be removed from the premises until j settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. j Kenneth J. Vaske OWNER QUINN & CLARK, Auctioneers FARMERS & TRADERS SAVINGS BANK, Clerk Tuesday, November 17, 1963 Algono (lo.) Upper Des Moinei-7 The Institute of Agricultural Medicine at The Stnle Universify of Iowa is conducting extensive investigations into farm accidents attributed to power take-off ,-it- tachments on tractors. Skimrm-d rnilk m- dry skim milk contains as much protein as whole milk. DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY . WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA FAMOUS WOODBURY HAMD ^ ^ c HAND CREAM J| ^ LOTION — Hurry WEST BEND Fully 5 fo 9 cups L THOMPSON'S 'PRICE CEMENT MIXER 56.00 VALUE Thompson's Price TONKA TOYS • DURABLE • • STEEL • » LONG • LASTING « COLORFUL • LARGE SELECTION OF TOYS NOW AVAILABLE DELIVERS THOMPSON'S 1320 ^ PnlCE • FAN WATTS H jilispi THERMOSTAT! NOT TOO MANY LEFT WESTINGHOUSE tf«" HEADLAMPS ,' Supply Limited S*fS Q H THEY WONT LAST LONG AT THIS PRICE BmRBBS^RDHCESBBI DUNLOP 1st Line Nylon The Deepest and Widest Treadj of Any Snow Tire Made AT LOW $16.29* TBb V-%',U DISCOUNT PRICES 1st Qualify Cooper Sno-Trac Tire — ._ TIRES ONLY |75 Full Size (Not Under Sue) 1st Quality (Not 2nds) 4.70-15 tubed black NO EXCHANGE

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