The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 11
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Miss Black Weds Here Marilyn Kay Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Black, Algona, became the bride of Charles W. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell, Sharon, Mass., at 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14, in the Regular Baptist church here. Rev. Arthur Hicks officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Mrs. Vaughn Rising and soloist was Rev. Ray Richardson, Waukon, la. The bride was attired in a floor-length wedding gown of Peau de Sole and Chantilly lace with a fitted torso bodice, llllypoint sleeves and a scalloped jeweled neckline. The full skirt had a wide band of lace Insertion and swung back to a full-length detachable lace trimmed watteau train. Her shoulder-length pure silk illusion veil was held by a small crown of reembroldered Alencon lace, trimmed with pearls and aurora borealls and she carried a traditional cascade of staphanotis, carnations and ivy, centered with a white orchid. The bride's personal attendant was Betty Holt, maid of honor was Jari Butterfield, bridesmaid was Janice White, junior bridesmaid Roberta Black, flower girl Rebecca Black and ringbearer Daniel Richardson. Best man was Richard Mitchell, groomsman Steven Adamic, junior groomsman David Loss, and ushers Richard and Timothy Black. A reception was.held at 4 p.m. at the Johnson House, with Judy Monger in charge of the guest book, while Mrs. Bob Richardson, Sr. cut the cake, Mrs. Jerry Lewis poured coffee, Mrs. Mildred Parker poured punch, Janice Limbaugh and Linn Taylor were in charge of gifts and Mrs. Joan Marns served Ice cream. The new Mrs. Mitchell is a graduate of Algona high school and attended Cedarville College in Ohio. The bridegroom is a Sharon, Mass, high school graduate and attended Cedarville College. They are now at home"kt Harvey, 111. (Glenn's Studio Photo) MRS. FLOYD TURNER was visited last week by her daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Apple and Mrs. Ruby Walton, Des Moines. MRS. FRANK VERA and her brother, Fred Hagen, were supper guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera at Buffalo Center. MRS. CLARA HOLM has made her annual visit with her sons- in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen at Iowa Falls and returned to her home at Oakland, Calif. She was at Kanawha a day with her sister- in-law, Mrs. Marian Espe, who died suddenly while she was there. Another sister, Mrs, Alma Tollakson came from Morris, Minn, and was a guest of Mr. and Mrs, Wicks. MRS. FRED WILL has returned from a weekend visit at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. W.Will. MR. AND MRS. Herbert Zielske came from Lake Mills Thursday to attend the Kossuth County Fair and to visit their daughter, Mrs. Dean Taylor and family. MR, AND MRS, Mitch Taylor met their exchange student Sena Svedman of near Stockholm, Sweden at Des Moines last Friday. For -/out- INFORMATION MRS. ETHEL POTTER has been visited by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Sorflaten, Houston, Tex. The family formerly lived at Minneapolis and went from here to the Twin Cities to see friends. •MR. AND MRS. HaroldSundet were at Minneapolis visiting the former's brother Leland and wife, Enroute they stopped at Waseca to see Mr. and Mrs. Willard Steffan, former Al- gonans. MRS, FRANK TAGUE and Linda are in California where Linda, a graduate of the University at Iowa City, will teach at Modesto, They will visit Mr. and Mrs, Michael Tague and Mrs. Tague will be gone a couple of weeks. MR. AND MRS. Dean Taylor Craig and Ann, have returned from a vacation at New York, Washington, D. C. and the New England states. ZIPPER REPLACEMENTS ON ANY QARMINT MODERN Pry Cltontrs'Toilon MR. AND MRS. Paul Ostwinkle had as guests Sunday the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ostwinkle and family of Des Moines. They also called on the father, Charley Ostwinkle, at the Good Samaritan Home. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Hutzell and Mark went to Park hospital, Mason City, for a check-up. Floyd's shoulder is no longer in need of attention and Mark had a walking cast put on his leg. FOLLOWING MAJOR surgery at University hospital, Iowa City, Mrs. Inez Wolfe convalesced at Davenport with relatives. Last Wednesday she was brought home by her brother Verle Nelson, Savonburg, Kan. She is making good recovery. MR. AND MRS. Henry Johannsen had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis, Des Moines, and Mrs. Fem Best, St. Petersburg, Fla. MR. AND MRS. William Funk were recently visited by the latter's daughter, Mrs. James Hammen, Jane, Bennie and Frankle, Manson. In honor of Mrs. Hammen, other guests one evening were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rlley and Dave and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiley, LuVerne. MR. AND MRS. James Merryman and their daughter, Mrs. Harold Jergenson of Aurora, Colo, went to Spencer Friday to see Mrs. Merryman's sister, Mrs, Jean LaToy, Milford, who is hospitalized. REV. AND MRS. Billy Goodpasture have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simmons,Craig and Kevin, Indianapolis, Ind. MRS. EARL MILLER had as guests last week, Mrs. Addle Cox, Aurora, Neb., and Mrs. Pearl Mahoney, Quinby. Beecher Lane has been working in that territory and when he came home, brought them for the visit. Last Friday, Mrs. Miller had Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Burt, her daughter, Mrs. Dick Samuelson and Sharon, Arvada, Colo., and Mrs. Esther Williams and Mrs. Edith Jandl of Titonka as guests to, visit with the two women who came earlier in the week. Class Of 1940 At Burt High Has Reunion BURT - A tour of the school which has seen many changes since their graduation climaxed a pliaaant evening for members of the 1940 graduating class of Burt high school at their 25th reunion Saturday evening. Heading the tour was custodian Howard (Swede) Batt. The evening began with a banquet followed by a program emceed by Russell Patterson. Letters from members unable to attend were read by Thelma Bris- two Lappe. A silent prayer was To ehtck out thu ad- vantagci of an tcon. omical Bank lean Stop in thil we»k All qvtftions chttr- fully eniwtrtd, given in memory of Eleanor Steward Abbas. Prizes were given in various categories and those present enjoyed an evening of reminiscing. Class members present with their spouses were Russell Patterson, Wallace Hawcott, Wayne Dugan, Lone Rock, Frank Becker, Viola (Trenary) Becker, Thelma (Bristow) Lappe, Duane Arend, Algona. Unable to be present were Mary Jean (Rachut) Berns, Cedar Rapids, Dean Meier, Leta(Olson) Meier, Luella (Weiske) Bauer, all of Tacoma, Wash., Donald Hammerstrom, Miami, Fla., Sharon (Mann) McGrath, Denver, Colo., Joyce (Graham) Bey, Washington, D. C., and Homer Bristow, Algona. Lydia L. Missal Rites Today, Britt Church Mrs. Fred (Lydia L.) Missal, a former resident of Wesley and Titonka, died Tuesday morning at the Britt hospital after several heart attacks. She was 64. Funeral services were to be held this afternoon (Thursday) at the First Lutheran church in Britt. She was born Feb. 19, 1901, in Wesley, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fritz. She attended school in Titonka and was organist for a number of years at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. She was married Dec. 17,1919, to Fred C. Missal at Titonka. In 1933 they moved to Garner. Surviving are her husband, a son Donald of Clarion, a daughter Dorothy, Mrs. Dean Klock, Brooklyn, la., a sister, Mrs. Martha Boyken of Titonka, and five grandchildren. $21,000 Dividend By Land Bank To 346 Patrons The Federal Land Bank Association at Algona will pay more than $21,000 in dividends to its 346 members, Manager Eugene Hutchins announced today. Hutchins said that dividend checks would be mailed October 1 to farmers who owned stock in the Association May 31,. 1965. The Algona FLBA is entirely owned by the borrower-members it serves. According to Hutchins, lending activity continues at a record rate with over $800,000 new money being loaned out since the first of the year. This results from the continuing trend to larger farm units and financing retired by farmers to increase their efficiency. The association is one of 93 farmer-and rancher-owned Federal Land Bank Associations in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming served by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha. The Associations own all of the capital stock of the Omaha Land Bank. The Algona Association presently has more than $5,000,000 in loans outstanding in Kossuth County. Directors are President Hugh M. Black, Algona; Vice-president Robert E. Deal, Algona; Douglas Wildin, Algona; Leander Menke, Swea City; and Marvin E. Junkermeier, Elmore, Minn. Four Birthdays In A Family Honored Here The grandchildren of Wm. Carney held a reception Aug. 22 at the park on North Thorington honoring him on his 90th birthday. Friends and relatives called to extend their congratulations. At noon a picnic dinner was held to also celebrate three other birthdays, Mr. Carney's granddaughter, Mrs. Leland Knudtson of Estherville was born on his 50th birthday, a great -grandson, Billy Weir of Wesley, on his 80th and great-great-grandson, Jimmy Otis of Wesley on his 88th. Relatives in attendance were the Leland Knudtsons of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nichtern of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir, Terry and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Otis, Jimmy and Laurie, all of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Worley of Oronoco, Minn., Mrs. Fern Faith and Tom of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. John Eller and boys, Mrs. Louie Householder and children of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sorenson of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Christensen of Algona, and Anna Mae Besch of Whittemore, Mr. Carney received a telegram of congratulations from Congressman Stanley Greigg of Washington, D. C. Former Burt Girl Killed Market Sheep, Swine Winners Are Selected Thursday, Auguit 36, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Det Moinet-11 physical plant was taken and an informal meeting held. No action of any type was taken, but an Invitation was extended by the Burt board to cooperate with any future plans of the three visiting boards. IP In Accident LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton attended the funeral Tuesday for Mrs. Charles Westerburg, 21, Staples, Minn. Mrs. Westerburg is the former Joyce Peter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peter, former Burt residents. Mrs. Westerburg was killed in a car mishap Saturday at 9:30 p. m. which occurred in a dense fog. Ralph Morgan of Algona is her grandfather. Case Filed One new case was filed in district court here this week. Thorp Credit, Inc.', plaintiff, seeks settlement of apromissory note from Everett E. Knudsen, defendant, for $695.84. Two judgements were entered, one in favor of Ted Vera vs. E. J. and Gail Zender for $4,000 and the other in favor of Austin Loan Co. vs. Ingvald Dagestad for $280. Market sheep and lambs were judged at the Fair Thursday. Championship Hampshire ewe was shown by Ira McGuire of Vincent and champion ram by William Fritz and Sons of Wesley. In other large medium wool breeds, champion ram by Mll- brandt Brothers of Wesley and champion ewe by Ira McGuire; small medium wool breeds, champion ram and ewe by Ira McGuire; other than medium wool breeds, champion ram and ewe by William Fritz and Sons; in pen of 5 fat lambs, champion pen by Bruce McGuire of Vincent, who also showed the champion individual; reserve Individual in pen of 5 fat lambs was shown by Randall and Robert Bierle of Fenton. Market swine were also judged Thursday. There were eight money placlngs in the barrow division. In the 190 to 210 pound weight class, Risius Bros, won first and third, with Peter Erpelding of Algona winning second. In the 211 to 230 pound weight class, Richard Olson of Armstrong won first and Russell Spear ol Algona second. Risius Bros, showed the best Individual barrow, with W. J. Stewart of Burt, second; Risius Brothers, third, and Peter Erpeldlng, fourth. In the carcass heavy-weights, Peter Erpelding showed the champion heavy Hampshires and Risius Bros, won reserve championship with their Polands. In carcass division lightweights, open class, with a pen of three, Wayne Risius won first place; Peter Erpejding, second and Risius Bros., third. School Meeting Monday evening, August 16, school board members from the Ramsey, Greenwood and Bancroft Independent school districts met with the members of the board c/f education of the Burt Community School District. A tour of the BUSTER BROWN. Perfect for busy little feet Small but mighty, flits little oxford tie Is ruggedly constructed with a durable welt sole. It breezes through the toughest treatment from the most active little girls, giving all the support their growing feet need, Note the fun diamond patches on the side, OTTER «r BIACK ALL WIDTHS A to E AIL LENGTHS ALL NEW STYLES ALL PRICES HOE STORE THAT TAKIS CARE OF VQUR FEET ORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Lou Reilly of Algona is among the New York Life Insurance field underwriters manning the firm's Iowa State Fair exhibit this week. TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Dept., Upper Des MWnes Pub. Co., Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven went to Britt Tuesday where they visited Jay's brother, Walt Steven and his uncle, Frank Clapsaddle, both In the rest home there. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett took their grandchildren, Jo Ann and David Glamm, home to Janes- vllle, Minn. Wednesday after they had spent ten days visiting them. They also visited Mrs.Bartlett's sister, Mrs. John Preston of Madison Lake, Minn, in the St. Joseph hospital at Mankato, where she has been the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Mueller and boys of Thurston, Nebr., and her father, Chas. Hix, Gordon, Nebr., were Friday supper guests and also overnight guests In the Victor Fitch home. They also called at the Dwlght Ruse home. The company was on their way home from North Dakota where they had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Hix and Mr. and Mrs. Rimer Harms and family were Friday evening guests In the Victor Fitch home, also. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bruchhausen of Lakota were Sunday dinner and supper guests In the Donald Rlngsdorf home. REASONABLE PRICES, good nenrlcc, and quality printing are trademarks of The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. In Algona. WIRING Conncettd or Corrected ilKTRIC JIM UTT" I ITT II I I Phone 295-2223 ! The FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION of Algona, Iowa ANNOUNCES A DIVIDEND to stockholders of record May 31, 1965 Amounting to $21,000 to be paid October 1, 1965 Farmers who have Land Bank Loans own ihe Algona FBLA and share in the earnings of the Association. For Information about a long-term farm loan from the Land Bank, see .... EUGENE H. HUTCHINS, Manager Larry Severson & Helen Haas, assistants Federal Land Bank Association of Algona * (SOUTH OF PENNYS, ALGONA, IOWA) 300 CT. TYPING PAPER — 10 — BALL POINT PENS 77 48 CT. CRAYOLA Reg, 69c 47 SPIRAL Composition BOOK Reg, 49c SCHOOL BAG Reg, $1.49 99 FILLER PAPER (600 SHEETS) 77 — 30- No. 2 PENCILS 77' CLIPMATE NOTE BOOK Reg, 98.c PENCIL TABLETS Reg. 25c KINDER $477 MAT Reg. $1.98 rri son's

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