The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1965 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 3, 1965
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Tutiday, August 3, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Den Moln«t Lakala girl wed to Algonan RITA KAY WERINGA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wcringa, Lakota, and Jay Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, Algona, were married July 18 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Lakota. Rev. Paul Ofstedal officiated at the double ring ceremony. Jane Blome of Fairmont, Minn, was the maid of honor and Mrs. Jerry Davis was the bridesmaid. The bride's brother, Dennis, was best man and the bridegroom's brother, Jerry, was groomsman. Carol Davis served as flower girl, Michael Garrett as ringbearer, and Larry Weringa and LeRoy Davis as ushers. A reception was held in the parish hall after the ceremony. The couple will be at Uome following a trip to Yellowstone national park. She is a graduate of Lakota high school, and has been employed at the Hertzke's grocery store. He is a graduate of Burl high school, and is employed at Hilton's Service Station, Algona. KC Meeting Algona Knights of Columbus will hold their monthly meeting Wednesday, August 4, with dinner at 7 p.m. This will be clergy night with the priests from the Algona Council area invited. ITEM: If you don't expect to use ground beef within two days after buying, freeze it. When freezing ground beef, make individual patties and wrap each in foil or other freezer wrap. You can cook one or two patties on short notice without having to thaw the entire package. Gat a Loan You Can Live with! The way you finance the land you buy can affect your success for years to come. A Land Bank loan It designed to protect your interests now and in the future. Check these advantages: • Long Term—Low Payments • No Penalty for Payment in Advance *' • Low Cost—No Fees or Commissions • Mortgage Protection Life Insurance Is Available i When you need money to buy land, pay debts, buy equipment or for other farm or family needs, see us for a LAND BANK LOAN Tractor Pull Contest At Fair, Aug. til The Tractor Pulling Contest, sponsored by the Kossuth County Farm Bureau, will be held on Wednesday, August 18th, at the Kossuth County Fair Grounds. Entry forms are being mailed out to all those who entered the past two years. There are other entry forms available at the Farm Bureau Office. The entry fee, the same as last year is $3.00. All entry fees will go into the prize fund along with 1/2 of the admission fee to the grandstand, so this will increase the prize fund considerable. Following is a copy of the 1965 rules: RULES 1. Contest open to all rubber- tired farm tractors. 2. Tractors must be farmer owned. (No dealer tractors allowed). 3. Tractors may be entered In one of the following classes: A. Under 6,000 Ibs. B. 6,000 to 7,500 Ibs. C. Up to 9,OtX) Ibs. D. Up to 12,000 Ibs. E. Up to 15,000 Ibs. 4. No dual rear wheels, tire chains, or 4-wheel drive tractors will be allowed. 5. Drawbar height-18 inches to top of draw bar. Tractors must pull plow to drawbar with hitches no closer than 12" from center of axle. No draw bar will be allowed to raise after pull has started. 6. Tractor weight includes driver. 7. Fuel tanks must be full at weigh In. (to eliminate measuring fuel) 8. Additional weight or weights may be added provided they are bolted securely to tractor. 9. No weight changes will be allowed after final weigh-in. 10. Contestants will be notified of time and place for weigh-in. 11. No reckless driving of tractors will be allowed under penalty of being disqualified. 12. Each contestant must pull from a tight chain or hitch. No jerking allowed. 13. Restarts will be allowed only under 20 feet. 14. Drivers must keep their tractors within the boundary lines of the course. 15. Drivers must remain seated at all times during pull. 16. Any contestant causing any argument will be disqualified. 17. Decision of the Judges will be final. Miss O'Brien Shower Honoree At St. Joe ST. JOE - Mary Alma O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs*. Hubert O'Brien, who will be the bride of Ronald Hejlik of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hejlik of Rockwell, August 7, has been honored guest at several prenuptial gatherings. Monday evening In the home of her aunt, Mrs. Tim O'Brien, Algona, with aunts as assisting hostesses, she was honored at a bath room shower. Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Bill Vaske, Algona, with friends, Alice Elbert, Mary West, Sharon Mogler and Bea Ricke assisting, a kitchen shower was held. Thursday afternoon, July 22, Mary Alma was honored at a birthday coffee and shower at the home of her aunt, Valeria Thilges, with Mrs. Eugene Zeimet assisting. Her sisters, Mrs. Gene Lemkee and Patsy Hackney, were hostesses to a shower in the Algona Hotel previously. your magic servant ELECTRICITY... Need a Loan to BUY LAND? LANDB7Y1MK E. H, BUTCHINS, Maaager Heat* Haas -;- Larry Serena* (South of Pattys in Ateona) .... uses all these things to give you lull service, anywhere ELECTRICITY is essential in this modern world . . . You depend on it in your home . . . business . . . industry. For your magic servant ELECTRICITY to be at your beck and call it takes the most modern equipment. . . dedicated, skilled men and women to use this equipment properly and efficiently to keep dependable, low-cost electricity at your fingertips. You expect good electric service . . . It's our duty to see that your magic servant ELECTRICITY is always ready to serve you better the modern way. Algona Municipal Utilities

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