The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1965 · Page 6
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6-AI0orm (lo.) Upper D« Molnei Thursday, September 2, 1965 Gerald Gade, Wafnpton Girl Wed In Aug. 29 Nuptials Beverly Bachman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dachman, Hampton, became the bride of Gerald Gade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade, Algona, Sunday afternoon, August 29. The ceremony was performed at the Nazareth Lutheran church at Coulter. Pastor Perry Brown officiated. Mrs. Myrtle Hansen was organist and occompanied the soloist, Howard Brown. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of silk organza over taffeta, fitted bodice, scooped neckline, long tapered sleeves extending into points at the wrist. Raised appliqued flowers with hand embroidery and seed pearls on bodice and skirt. Controlled skirt with scissor pfeats in back flowing into a chapel train. Her headpiece was fashioned of handmade organza Illy of the valley. The circular waist-length veil was pure silk Imported English Illusion. She carried a bouquet of baby red roses, lilies of the valley and green ivy. Her only jewelry was a blue sapphire necklace, a''glft from the groom. Mrs. lola Seeger was the maid of honor, Mrs. Sherri Eddy and Mrs. Ginger Bachman were bridesmaids. Vicky Seeger was flower girl, Doug Gade, ring- bearer, Bob Gade, best man, Jim Giido and Churlus Bachman were groomsmen. Ushers were Bill SecRer, Kenneth Secger, Lewis Gade and Norman Gade. Valerie Secger and Vicky Gade were candlelighters. After the ceremony, a reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlor. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyer were dining room hosts. Verda Lee Kinseth and JoAnn Gade presided at the guest book. Mrs. Gene Rock, Cynthia Jorgensen, Debra Kemna, Connie Christiansen and Jeannie Brown had charge of gifts. A wedding cake topped with white satin bells centered the serving table . The cake was cut by Mrs. Margaret Pillsbury and Marlene Gade. Mrs. Helen Hays and Mrs. Katie Kinseth, poured coffee. Punch was served by Georgia Jensen and Janet Meyer. Assisting with serving were Ardis Lande, Ardis Jones and Mavis Ashland. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Gade will be at home at Cedar Falls. The bride is a graduate of Cal Community high school, Mason City J. C. and LaJames College of Hairstyling . The groom is a graduate of Algona high school and is at tending State College of Iowa. Linda Weber Of Bancroft Bride Of Edward Steward Linda Alice Weber, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Weber, Bancroft, became the bride of Michael Craig Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart, Swea City, Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the First Methodist church, Swea City. Rev. Andrew Nelson and Rev. Edward Maus officiated at the double ring ceremony with 300 guests present. Caryl Larsen was soloist and Kermit Larson was organist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Charles Schwab and bridesmaids were Mrs. Kermit Larson, Carmen Larsen and Sueann Miller. Best man was James Sharp and groomsmen were Terry Johnson, Daryl Miller and Larry Christiansen. Ushers were Charles Stewart and John Weber. A reception for 300 guests followed in the church parlors. Mrs. MelvinDeGeetei registered the guests, Mrs. Verne Logan, and Agnes Olson cut the cakei Mrs. Ronald Elvidge and Mrs. Frederick Sherer poured and Pat Thompson served punch. Waitresses were Sue Sheppard, Marilyn, Majorie and Darlene Johnson, Nancy Nelson, Sarah Boeckholt and Frances Packer. The bride is a graduate of Swea City Ugh school and I. S. U. and will teach home economics In junior high this fall. The groom graduated from Swea City high school and is a graduate in civil engineering from I. S. U., Ames. He will be a consulting engineer for a firm in Kansas City, Mo. Pre-nuptial courtesies included dinner at Algona Country Club by Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stil- Iman; coffee at the John Cook home in Lakota given by Mrs. Cook and daughter , Carmen; shower at the First Baptist church, Bancroft, given by friends in the church and a shower at the Harvey Larson home at Swea City , given by Mrs. Larson, daughters, Carmen and Caryl and Petrea Thoreson. LOANS $50 $5,000 To Buy a New or Used Car — School Needs To Consolidate Debts — Any Purpose Payment Plans to Suit Your Income. LOANS MADE ANYWHERE PHONE - WRITE - STOP IN TODAY Open Fridays 'Til 8:3u P. M. — Closed Saturdays AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. Moore Phone: 295-3507 Last Rites At Ledyard, Aug. 28 FHIHT.U srrvic^s •<.(•]'(• \\> S.ttnnl.u .it 2 p. in. at t'if I <• \.U'I Mi'tlnxlist cliuidi fni N-i in.'.ii A. Piiu'.cl, ulm piis^'il av..i\ TliinsiU', niiinuiiu .it tlir ("iiUK! S.IHI.u itan HIIIIK- in AlintM. Thr Ki'V. M.uis »ffin.iti''i at tin SH vice . Murial 'v,ts in tlif Hi ; lilani) Hume Onif'tcn at I.od- \ .inl. I'allU .IHTS ucif .I.iiiif.sSalmi, Hai oM HIM•?":,, U'illiani Kii'iiifi, Krvin Klinksii'k, Paul Nitx., aii'l Kvc'iott Thompson. Linda Piiipul s.iiif,, acriiiiipanicil li\ Ann Caip- I'liti'i. Th('G.iii\ Funeral Homo w,is in cli.Hi-;' 1 . Mr. Pnu'i'l AHS lioin Aii|:. 28, 1877 near B.mrioft, and passed awa\ Atif.:. 20, 190". at the a t ;e of 87. He was married Fob. 28, 1907 to Marie Louise Lnoft. He farmed most of Ins life near Ledyard. The couple had one son, Laiirance. Mr. Piiijjel had been in fail- HH; health and had resided at the Good Samaritan Home the past three years. He passed away after a series of strokes. Surviving are: one brother, Ed, of Fort Dodge; one son, Laurance, of Algona; four grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. Charges Against Two Algonans Are Dismissed Charges of failure to obey an officer directing traffic against two Algerians, DaveSkog- strom and Randy Harmes, were summarily dismissed by a judge in Dickinson county district court at Spirit Lake this week. The pair had been found guilty of charges in mayor's court there after rioting resulted in many arrests during the July Fourth weekend. They were sentenced to 30 days in jail, then released on bond. An appeal was made to district court by Russ Buchanan, Algona attorney who represented them, with the result that a dismissal of charges was handed out by the judge. Algona Woman's Sister Passes At West Bend Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Peace Lutheran church, West Bend, for Mrs. Mamie Hogan, 68. The Rev. W. C. Ostermeier officiated and burial was in West Bend Cemetery. Mrs. Hogan died Saturday evening at Palo Alto Memorial hospital where she had been a medical patient since Thursday, Born and reared at West Bend she married Clem Hogan in 1924. He died in 1946. Mrs. Hogan was employed as a saleswoman for a number of years in West Bend. She was a member of Peace Lutheran church and the American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving are one brother and two sisters, William Raas and Mrs. Tlllie Ketelsen, Iwth of West Bend, and Mrs. Hulda ('Clare) Blossom of Algona. Former Algona Girl Is Bride, Aug. 27, Ottumwa Mary Jane Butterfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford GeoiRe Butterfield, Waterloo, formerly Algona, and David Judd Willoughby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Malilon Willoughby, Ottumwa, were married Aug. 27 at the First Lutheran church in Otturnwa. Dr. A. Langhoff performed the double ring ceremony. The maid of honor was Joyce Riebhoff, Algona. Bridesmaids were Linda Coggshael, Nevada, and Jane Willoughby, Ottumwa, sister of the groom. Richard Rath, Logan, was the best man, and the groomsmen were Robert Wilbanks, Ottumwa, and Roger Nielsen, Brayton. Ushers were Gary Peterson, Ottumwa, Tom Anderson, Ottumwa, and Frank Weibel, Denver, Colo. Soloist Judy Willike, Apllng- ton, was accompanied by Ernis- tien Swanson, Ottumwa. A reception was held in Fellowship Hall of the church. Carol Dryer, Aplington, had the guest book. Mrs. Fred Butterfield, Dolliver, served punch, and Mrs. Clyde Thaves, Waverly, and Jorgia Butterfield cut the cake. Mrs. Gary Petersen and Mrs. Kenneth Harsch, Ottumwa, poured. Opening gifts were Gayle Yaggy, Cedar Falls, and Cathie Newton. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith, Ottumwa. She is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended Iowa State University and was employed at the Lincoln Press, Waterloo. He is a graduate of ISU and will enter the Air Force. After a trip to Minnesota they will be at home in Waterloo. Knitting Style Show Slated At Swea City .... * j A "Yarn Style.s.On Parade'/j will be presented in the Swea ' City high school auditorium next Wednesday, Sept. 8, beginning at 8 p. m. There will be no admission charge. Knitters being taught by Mrs. Marty Chipman, Bancroft, and Mrs. Maxine Smouse, Swea City, will model hand knit garments, which will also be on display. The Algona Corn Belt Barber- shoppers will also appear and Annabel Webb will furnish the commentary. Refreshments will be served, with proceeds going to the foreign Exchange Student Fund. Wollner Rites At Emmetsburg Last rites for John Edward vVolltK-r, 7-4, a brother of Joseph Wollner of Bancroft, were held last Wednesday at Emmets- Imiv in St. Thomas church. Runal was in St. John's ceme- ten there. Mi. Wollner was a retired fanner living in Cylinder. He six-cumber] Aug. 22 at the Palo Alto hospital. In earlier life he attended schools at Whitte- nion- and Cylinder. Survivors include his wife, five children, and a number of other relatives in this area. GOP Panel Kossuth county council of Republican women is sponsoring a panel discussion on current events. The public is invited. Refreshments will be served. Nine young ladies from Garrigan high school will sing two selections. They are Phyllis Lichter, Connie Borrnann, Ruth Cassel, Kathy Boudewyns, Kathy Plathe, Pat McGuire, Corinne Bormann, Fran Goecke and Linda Gant. This discussion will be held Sept. 7 at 8 p. m. at the Con- gregational church in Algona. Lou Nitchals will be moderator. Meml>ers of the panel are Ruth Patterson, Burt, Jim Mallory, LuVerne, Don Courtney, John Snyder and Karl Kiilsholm, Al- pona, and Betty Davidson, Swea Cih. Birthday Party A pre-birthday party was given Aug. 30 at the home of Mrs. Clarence Thilges. Guests present were Mrs. Albert Metzger, Lone Rock, Mrs. Dale Douglas, Mrs. Marvin Ackerson, Mrs. Florence Saxton, Mrs. Omar Lenning, Mrs. Curtis Lura,Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Mrs. Ervin Gremmels. NEW SCOTCH BRAND typewriter cleaner — clean — fast — convenient. Office Supply Dept., Upper. Des Motaes Pub. Co. 1 GROUND FLOOR OPPORTUNITY FOR MEN or WOMEN... FULL or PART TIME TO MERCHANDISE THE WORLDS MOST ADVERTISED CIGARS THRU AUTOMATIC CIGAR DISPENERS Look around ... no cigar machines I I I Wherever you sec n cigarette machine, In most places there should be a cigar machine. Locations are fully established for you by our company representatives. 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STATE & JONES FORD - MERCURY Sales & Service ALGONA • i • i • C I • I • ( FOR SALE FARMS 197-ACRE PLUS FARM: Located on blacktop between Welcome and Ceylon. Good producing around, good buildings and soil. Well drained. 145-ACRE FARM: North West of Armstrong. Well drained, good buildings and soil. 400-ACRE FARM: Located east and south of Fairmont. Large grain storage with drying system. Well farmed and fertilized. 160-ACRE FARM: West of Ceylon. This farm must be sold in next ten days or will betaken off the market. PETERSON ESTATE FARM: 5W miles west of Truman. Vi mile north. This will be sold at auction. September 9th. "Evening Sale" Two. half-section farms with good improvements. Also other farms to offer. HOMES MODERN two or three-bedroom home. Located north of Ceylon New style aluminum windows and doors. Fireplace m basement. Large living room, newly carpeted. House sets on two acres of beautiful landscaping. Priced to sell September 15 possession. WINNEBAGO 28-ft. trailer house. One year old. 1956 SLEEPER Tilt-back cab. International truck tractor with 450 engine New tires, overhauled. TWO excellent three-bedroom homes located in the part of Estherviiie. Iowa. One home is new "These homes will be sold at auction! Saturday, September 4 1.30 p.m. MACHINERY 1947 Farmall M Tractor 1942 John Deere B tractor New Case 4 row cultivator Oliver combine with PTO Sharp Case combine New Farmhand hay mill best 1 / have a customer with a Swiss herd of cows \ for sale CLAIR CLARK Tel 632-4308 before Sam. Ti-l 888 2035 After 8 a m Stdte Bank of Ledyaul. Iowa For Quality Net Weight 50 ibs. HY-TEST 45% HY-PRO HOG CONCENTRATE Stimulates growth and increases the feed utilixation efficiency of swine. Follow directions on back of tag. ACTIVE DRUG INGREDIENT 3-Nitro—4-Hydroxyphenylarsonic Acid .030% GUARANTEED ANALYSIS Crude Protein, minimum 45.00% Crude Fat, minimum 3.75% Crude Fiber, maximum 2.60% Calcium (Co), minimum 6.00% Calcium (Ca), maximum 7.00^ Phosphorus (P), minimum 2.50'/< Iodine (I), minimum 0.004% Zinc (Zn), minimum .05% Salt (NaCI), maximum 3.00% Salt (NaCI), minimum 2.00% Vitamin A, U.S.P. Units per Ib. 8,25()A Vitamin D 3 , U.S.P. Units per Ib. 5,000 Vitamin B 12 , mg. per Ib. - 0.060 ' Riboflavin, mg. per Ib. 17.00 d-Pantothenic Acid, mg. per Ib. 37.00 Niacin, mg. per Ib. 90.00 Choline Chloride, mg. per Ib. 1200.00 Pencillin (from Procaine Pencillin) grams per ton 15.00 Streptomycin (from Streptomycin Sulphate) grams per ton 75.00 INGREDIENTS Digester Tankage, Dehulled Soybean Meal, Fish Meal, Meat & Bone Meal, Linseed Meal, DiCalcium Phosphaie, Steamed Bone Meal, Vitamin A, Palmitate (Stability Improved) D-Activated Animal Sterol (source of Vitamin P-3), Riboflavin Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Ni- acine, Choline Chloride, Vitamin B 1 " Supplemen,, Dried Fish Solubles, Cane Molasses, Animal Fat preserved with BHT, Manganese Sulphate, Ferrous Carbinate, Zinc Sulphate, Salt, Ferrous Sulphate, Cobalt Sulphate, Iron Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Potassium Iodide, Copper Oxide, Copper Sulphate, Calcium Carbonate. MANUFACTURED BY KERBER MILLING Co. EMMETSBURG, IOWA PARE With Y-TEST NO ALFALFA, MIDDS, OR OTHER FILLER THERE'S ONE FOR EVERY FEED NEED

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