The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 14
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(la.) Upper DM Moinei Thursday, July 16, 1957 Soaefv Atgona Voulh W*ds The Methodist church of Lanesboro, Iowa was the scene of the wedding of Dolly Rae Algoe, daughter of Mrs June Algoe, Olid- den, and Bonn Hutchins, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Don Hutchins, Algona, June 30 at 8:30 p.m. Rev. Lester Hancock < performed the double ring ceremony. The bridal couple is pictured above. Karen Hutchins, sister of the groom, was soloist accompanied by Linda Dobson at the organ. Sandra. Hutchins, sister of the groom,'was bridesmaid and Jon Burchfield, Des Moines, was best man, ushers were William Blair and Blair Baughman and Timmy and Tommy Hutchins, twin brothers of the groom, were cfndlelighters. A wedding supper for 25 guests was served at the bride's grandparents' home. The bride is a graduate of Lake City high school and Iowa Beauty School and was employed as cosmetoligist at Daniel's Beauty Shop. The groom is employee as ass't mgr. of Gold Bond Stamp store in Des Moines. Guests from Algona included Mr and Mrs Don Hutchins and Sandra. , The young couple is at home in Des Moines, Mary Shore, who has completed her second year of nurses training at St. Luke hospital, Davenport is vacationing here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore. She will go to the State hospital at Independence foi three months at psychiatric training and later will go to a children's hospital at Cincinnati, Ohio for pediatric' training. ,The Dale Blair family, Swea City, Mrs ^. L. Heerdt, Margaret, Walter, Jr., and Russell, and Mrs Allen Wagner and daughters went to Des Moines Sunday to visit W. L. Heerdt, who has been a patient at Veteran's hospital since June 27. He underwent surgery July 8 and is doing as well as can be exepected. Mrs Heerdt remained in Des, Moines with her husband and Mrs Cora Martin is at the Heerdt home in her absence. A cablegram received June 8, by Mr and Mrs C. B. Murtagh informed them thfrt they are grandparents for th'e 15th time. An 8 Ib. daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Tom Kruse, July 8, at Colombo, Ceylon, where Mr Kruse is stationed with the State Department attached to the U. S. Information Service. Mrs Kruse -is the former Betty Murtagh. The new arrival has been named Joan Elizabeth. The Murtaghs also have ( three great grandchildren. Mrs Carl Pearson/ her son 'Monte, and Mrs Evan Finnell and son Stanley left Tuesday of last week by train for Coronado, Cal., where they will visit the mother of the women, Mrs P. J. Greiner, a brother Stanley, and two sisters, Irma Greiner and Mrs Steve Murchland. They were accompanied by Tom Kenefick who will visit his brother Michael in Los Angeles. The Finnells now live at wainerd, Minri v The Greiners and Murcmands moved to the west coast some months ago. Mrs Pearson is clerk of the district court here. Mrs Wilma Kuhlman and Mr and Mrs Frank Youngwirth entertained Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell at dinner Saturday eve* ning at Mason City and at the Surf later, , a farewell for the Campbells whp are moving to Seattle. Wash. Sunday at Garner a family picnic was held at Mr and Mrs Homer Young's, parents of Mrs Campbell. Wednesday evening a farewell card party was held at Mr and Mrs A- L. Roehleau's. Guests were members of a card club and included the Jtenorees, Mr and Mrs Campbell, Mr and Mrs James Will and Mr and Mrs Harold Kneeht. COLLECTOR Joe Schwers of New Vienna has been a coilectpr ol antiques toy tome 63 years. His specialty js toe tapis and other implements used by early pioneers «» Iowa. I ?»*« John OHman, auto mechanic, ww fcwme4 recently when » ne ignited from a «g be repaired an T**^ A i*?^ 4*U1** , if w^w *w* tad he «M»ve4 tjsssw YOUR TRACTOR IS A FRIEND NOT AN ENEMY BUT FARMING CAN BE DANGEROUS BUS I NESS! Your Implement Dealers join In observance of NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK -July 21-27, during which time the emphasis on a few rules of safety could prevent future accidents. ...-•• Last year there were 100,000 injuries on farms, according to insurance records, some of them fatal. One-third of these accidents occur on the highway, when the tractor is being driven across the road or moving on it. Two-thirds occur in tractor use on the farm. The photos shown here illustrate some of the most important tractor safety rules — rules of good, common sense — but violations of which have caused many injuries in the past. Your Tractor Is A Friend — Good Safety Practice Keeps It That Way v^^^ A FEW BASIC RULES FOR SAFETY when a pp roacliiiigen ^ sf ft? accidents occur because of too much *e fetd ittio ifahdifeh. and STOP — Before enter«v« ing highway from farm driveway or crossroad. A mounted flag helps in hilly areas. Follow state regulations for tractor lighting. K FFD Yr^l IKinQTPD C away from a tractor *• <»P«w*»°!«- Do no* ai IXCCr: ,1 WUP1VJO I CKO Iowayo««gfarmlad ) {ro«9years«p 1 toope*. afooe • fte field, A» aduft sfcodd be woddno close by to tee tbat afi is wet, SHUT OFF MAKE SAFETY A HABIT ALL THE TIME USE LOV/ DRAWBAR 9eroos ropor» and c«t down waste of g«4 #*<&& *¥*f>o- ov * r j crusfang ifce driver: Keep protective iaW-^f *p pnemmt loom «MuD9 from g«*- Sponsored By The Following Firms Tl IP KI ^1 OXA/I V Fa * f ^^ «» easj| y r ««* *•" <« I M !YM <JL.\S VY L I . fippi«9, r* good practiw to skk> to afiow «>w* ERNIE WILLIAMS \ •• " t John Deere Farm Equipment Pontiac r» Cadillac Sales Algono Phone CY 4-3561 Buscher Brothers Implement Co. Minneopolis-Moline, Kelly Ryan, Papec PARTS, SALES,, SERVICE Algona "We Service To Sell Again" CY 4-3451 KOSSUTH IMPLEMENT CO. International Harvester Tractors & Refrigeration and Farm Equipment t New Holland Equipment lONi ROCK, IOWA - JOHN ZALAZNIK I OWA WTATI-: "Sank. All Depoiils Imured Up To tl 0,000.00 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT John Deere Sales & Service FENTON, IOWA ALGONA RENDERING CO, Farm Safety Is A Year 'Round Project Phone Algona, CYpress 4-2526 LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA Allif*Chalmer» «- New Idea ~ Cehl 20 Ytari of Mil and Service WHITTEMORE IMPLEMENT CO, International Harvester Sales and Service New Holland Equipment Ralph Bauer * Whittemere • Phone 8-3191 SECURITY STATE BANK The Friendly Bank - Algona, Iowa Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ABOVE WISH YOU "SAFi FARMING"

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