The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1965
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6-Algona OB.) Upper DM Melnw Thursday, S*pl. 16, 1965 Seneca Area Girl Married At Des Moines SENECA - Collppn Sin- 1 Smith, daughter of Mr. .vul Mrs. Vrri Smith of Ranort'fi, lx>c.,ime tlio bride of Oorpe Owrns, .ii., ion of Mr. and Mrs. Crfv. cc O.vpns of Galesburp, IT., Au ( :. :i, at Si. John's Catholic dinrrh at Des Moines. The double rinp ceremony WAS performed bv Mspr. Zuke. Nuptiaj orpin music W'S provided by Mrs. Linns Lawler ana soloist, Anthony Comito. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of Shantastik linen. It was fashioned u-IUi elbow-lenpth sleeves, Sabrina neckline edited with Venice lace and a bell- shaped skirt. The watteau train was detachable. Her fingertip length veil of silk illusion net fell from a hand-made pearl tiara with pearl teardrops. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of white roses with daisies and stephonotls. The bride was attended by Marlene Smith, maid of honor, bridesmaids Cathy Owens and Diane Provi, Debbie Atkins was flower girl, Alan Beasy carried the wedding rings. Best man was Don Cummins, attendants were Jack Sharkey and Tom Clark, ushers were Phil Wilson, Bill Kearney and Don Hennenfent. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the Holiday Inn at Des Moines. A buffet dinner was served to 110 guests. The bride's personal attendant HUGE DISCOUNTS ON NEW 1965 DODGES & CHRYSLERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE CLOSE-OUT PRICES I '65 DODGE Coronet 440, 4 dr., 8 cyl., Torquefllte, radio, whltowalli. LIKE NEW. '64 DODGE Custom 880 4 dr. 8 cyl., Torquefllte, power steering. Many extras on this fino deluxe car in Turquoise color. '64 FORD Oalaxle 500, 4 dr., radio, pwr. strg., auto, trans., whitowalls. many extras. A very fine one- owner car, Red & White. '63 R A M B L E R Ambassador 990 4 dr. sedan. V-8, auto, trans., pwr. strg. & brakes, reclining seats, whitowalls. One owner w/low milos in Burgundy J, White. '62 DODGE 4 door, 8 cyl., Torqueflite, power strg., very clean. '62 MERCURY Meteor Custom 4 dr., 8 cyl. straight shift, One owner — very sharpl '60 OLDS Super 88 4 dr. AIR CONDITIONED. Many extras including power steering and brakes. See this on* owner car. '60 DODGE Matador 4 door sedan, 8 cyl., Torqueflite. pwr. strg., This has had the best of care. '59 FORD Custom 300, 4 dr., 6 cyl. str. stck. Only $295. '58 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4 dr., "392" engine, power steering, Torqueflite. '58 PLYMOUTH Station Wag., 4 dr., 8 cyl., automatic, radio. Very good cond. '57 PLYMOUTH 4 dr., 8 cyl. automatic. Runs good. • TRUCKS • '63 CHEVROLET Vi Ton P/U, 8 ft. box, V-8, posi-traction ax., low miles, very nice. '61 INTERNATIONAL 'A Ton Pickup. 8 cyl., 3 speed. New paint. '52 FORD Vi Ton P/U, V-8, grain box. $195. '49 CHEVROLET 1 Ton, comb Stock & grain box. PERCIVAl'S DODGE * CHRYSLER fe. Phillips St. was Mrs. Stpve Wilson. Guests were registered by Mary Brady. Following a two week wedding trip to Colorado Springs the young couple are at home In Des Moines, where the groom Is in his senior year in (he college of pharmacy at Drake University. The liride attended Drake Universih and is present!} employed at New York Life Insurance Co. - o ATTEND WEDDING Several families from this area .ittomied (lie marriage of Tilda K. JohAiinesen, formerly of rural Bancroft and Merlin W. Young, both of Minneapolis, Saturday at 8 o'clock .it Minneapolis. The ceremony was performed by Pastor Mierwin Michael. The bride was attired in a blue silk suit. Ht>r bridal corsage was of pink sweetheart roses and tiny white pom-poms. Guests from tills area in attendance at the ceremony and reception included Martin Wll- l>ert, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen and Mis. Edna Johannesen and Larry of Lone Hock; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Debbie and Rickey, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus of Bancroft; Mrs. Anna Presthus, Algona. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch and Bonnie spent Friday night at the home of their son and brother, the Bob Crouchs at Ida Grove, and on Saturday drove to Sioux City where Bonnie is enrolled at Morningslde College. She will take a home economics course. Seneca Stars 4-H club met at the home of Linda Sue Kracht Saturday. There , were 13 members In attendance in USED CARS Take Your Pick From These "Ready To Go" Vehicles 1965 FORD Galaxie 500 Convertible, pwr. steering & brakes, 352 engine, 5,000 miles. 1964 PONTIACCatalina 4-dr, auto, trans., radio. 1964 CHEVROLET 2-dr., 6 cyl. w/straight stick, radio & hooter. 1964 MERCURY COMET convertible; power steering & brakes. Red w/white top. 1963 BUICK LeSabre, 4-door. power steering, power brakes and radio. 1963 BUICK LeSabre 4 door Hardtop, maroon with white top, full power. 1963 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 dr. Hardtop, R & H and auto, trans., 29,000 ml. 1962 BUICK Invicta, 4-door Hardtop, full power & air conditioning. 1962 CADILLAC 2-dr. Hardtop DeVille. Full power and air conditioning. 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door. Power steering & radio. 1962 BUICK LeSabre 4-door. Power steering & power brakes. 1961 PONTIAC Star Chief 4 dr., full power, white. 1961 PONTIAC Catalina 4 dr. R & H, auto, trans., coral In color. 1961 FORD 4-door V-8, radio & heater. Auto, trans. 1960 BUICK Station Wagon, 4-door. Power steering and power brakes. 1959 BUICK Station Wagon, 4-door, power steering and power brakes. 1959 CHEVROLET 4-door, 6 cyl., with overdrive. 1959 FORD Galaxie 4-door, 41,000 miles, 4 new tires. 1959 FORD Custom, 6 cyl., 4-dr., stick shift, R & H. 1955 CHEVROLET 4-dr. V-8. Auto, trans., radio. £ We Service All Makes of Transmissions. MANY OLDER MODELS AT LOW, LOW PRICES Schultz Bros. Transportation Headquarter* $. Phillips Algonc addition to Mrs. Andre and Joy, Susan Fortney, Donna Larson and Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona, Linda Sue's grandmother. Jill Jensen gave a talk and Barbara Andre and ColletteStefansJdgave a demonstration. Plans were made to tour some places of interest in Mason City Oct. 5. Mrs. Roy Klein was hostess to the Jolly Jokers club at her home Thursday. Present were Mrs. Edith England of Rlngsted, Mrs. Freda Madsen of Armstrong, Mrs. Lyle England, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Jerry Jentz, Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Cecil Baldwin and Mrs. Betty Tippee. 500 was played at two tables. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Bailey were Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend at the home of their son and family, the Dick Loofts, Minneapolis. Guests at the Everett Wlthams Sept. 8 In honor of Mrs. Wltham's birthday anniversary included Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Patterson of rural Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wltham. The Johannesen family reunion was held Sept. 5 at Fairmont with 40 in attendance. Present from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus and sons and a girl friend and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Debbie and Rickey, also Randy Kabrick, all from rural Bancroft, Mrs. Anna Presthus, Algona, Martin Wilberg, Robert Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry WUberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton, Mr. andMrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johannesen, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johannesen and family of rural Armstrong. Seneca Saddle Club held their regular meeting Sept. 7 at the Everett Wlthams, with approximately 40 in attendance. A potluck lunch was served at the close of the meeting and social hour. Mrs. Hans Jensen was honored on her birthday anniversary Sept. 9 when relatives and friends dropped in to help her celebrate the occasion. The Seneca Modern Mixers Club met with Mrs. Henry Looft Tuesday. Perfect attendance gifts were presented to Mrs, Everett Wltham, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. .Wayne Ohnemus and Mrs. Robert Burt. Honored birthday members Included Mrs. Jerry Wilberg, Mrs. Everett Wltham, Mrs. Robert Burt and Mrs. Alvin Cyphers. Mrs. David Looft was a guest. Fenton Chit - Chat Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall spent Friday through Tuesday of the Labor Day weekend at Duck Lake, near Park Rapids, Minn., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.. Hlnderman at their summer home. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen, David, Donald and Emily attended the wedding of a niece at Norwalk, la., on Sept. 3. Donald and Emily then visited with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, George Hildreth of Des Moines and returned to Fenton with the Hlldreths on Tuesday. The Homer Matthiesens and David went to Illinois, where they were guests ofMrs.Matthiesen's sister, Mary H. Bean of Deerfield on Saturday and Sunday. On Monday they visited Patsy, Edna and Alex Goetsch at Oak Park, ni. Tuesday they went to the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago where David enrolled for the fall term. The Matt- hiesens returned on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Walt Pertl was hostess Friday afternoon for a neighborhood coffee party in honor of her new neighbor, Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn, Guests included Mrs, William Hantelman, Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mrs. Curtis Lura, Mrs. Edith Hayenga, Mrs, Harry Haase and Mrs. Jerry Waite. Weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Kern were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kern of Ames, On Sunday, dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Yager and family, Mrs. Amanda Kern and Mrs. Edna Mueller; and afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs, Frank Mueller and family. Mrs. Helen Widdel was a Sunday dinner and supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, are taking a five day vacation to visit family in Wise, They plan to leave Sunday, Sept. 19, and return on Friday. Last Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Nancy of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer and family of Sioux City. Social Clubs In Portland Open New Year PORTLAND -The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Sept. 7 in the home of Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf. Attending were Agnes Stewart, Hazel Carroll, Marleta Zwiefel, Wyona Harms, Janice Moore, Leona Haase, Leita Phelps and Vera Fitch. Mrs. Robert Seefeld and Mrs. Minnie Sperring were guests. A birthday gift was brought for Velma Nelson from her secret sister. The afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be Oct. 5 in the home of Flossie Bartlett. Portland Social Club held their annual picnic Thursday evening at the Portland community hall, beginning at 6:30. Those attending were the Mike Arends, Clifford Youngs, Effie Teeter and Elvira Christensen all of Algona. The Jesse Harms, Robert Lovstads and Sandra, Edmund Larsens, Mrs. Tony Jandl, Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tieman. The evening was spent socially, The next meeting will be Oct. 14 In the home of Mrs. Ella Lampe at Bancroft. - o - Mrs. E, C. Schwietert went to Minneapolis recently to visit her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Art Baum and nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baum. Mrs. Art Baum and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baum brought her home after a two day visit. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow went to Wilmar, Minn, where they attended a Marlow reunion. About 50 attended, and in spite of the rain which never stopped, everyone had a good time. This Is the twelfth year they have met for a reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers and two grandchildren of Fairmont were recent Sunday dinner guests in the E. C. Schwietert home. Denise Annette, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms of Burt, was baptized Sept. 12 ^ in the-Good'Hope-Lutheran church at Titonka. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harms of T$- tonka. Sunday dinner guests in the Johnny Harms home were Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harms of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peter and Duaneof Burt. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Groen and family and Mrs. Roslne Wolter of Algona. This was also the third birthday of their daughter Deann. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach attended the wedding Saturday of Audrey Boes of Breda and Terry Johnson of Irvington. Joe was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson and family were Wednesday evening callers in the Johnny Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau visited in the Walter Sorenson home Sunday evening and helped Mrs. Sorenson celebrate her birthday. "It is easy to be an angel when no one ruffles our feathers." Ledyard High Classes Name New Officers LEDYARD - Students of Ledyard high school have elected class officers, Senior class officers are Steven Barslou, president; Barbara Schroeder, vice president; Caroline Johnson, secretary- treasurer. Junior class officers are president, Ellsworth Dutton; vice president, Richard Lloyd; secretary, Roger Mayne and treasurer, Mark McCoy. Sophomore officers are president, Roy Govern; vice president, Lynn Munyer; secretary, Judy Blome; and treasurer, Shirley Keefe. The freshmen chose president, Craig Klocke; vice president, Patsy Thompson; secretary, Cynthia Klinkslek; and treasurer, Eldon Jorgenson. * * * The first round of the girls Softball tournament will be played Friday night at Woden with the Ledyard girls meeting Woden- Crystal Lake that night. The boys were defeated Saturday in the first round of their sectional tournament at Bancroft by Ayrshire 5-4. The first meeting of the Parent-Teacher organization will be held Friday evening. This will be a reception for the teachers. The program committee Is headed by Rev. and Mrs. Victor Vriesen and Mrs. Lowell Under- bakke and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson are on the committee. Mr. and Mrs. William Griese are chairmen of the refreshment committee. Band members chose their officers for the coming year this past week. They are president, Barbara Schroeder; vice president, Fred Munyer; secretary- treasurer, Vlcki Thilges. There are 41 members in the senior band and 19 in the Junior band. Robert De Young is band director. Sunday the annual Mission Festival will be held at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church. Rev. Edward Nuss, former pastor, Waukesha, Wise., will speak at the services. The afternoon services will be at 2:30. Supt, Gilbert DeBoer, Robert DeYoung, Gary Johnson and Dennis Barber attended the State Line Conference meeting. Ledyard girls will meet Lincoln- Central and the Lakota girls will play Titonka in the session that is scheduled for Ledyard in the tournament this winter, Julius Lentsch was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday afternoon by ambulance where he was given a blood transfusion and sent to Mason City. Sherwin Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brandt, has been inducted into the army and is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. George Thompson was a guest recently at the wedding and reception of Patty Jutting and David Erdahl at the Congregational church in Buffalo Center. Mrs. J. J. McDonald and Mrs. Virgil Gelhaus attended the dedication of the new post office building in Algona Saturday. Supt. and Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer entertained members of the board of education, the secretary and treasurer and wives at dinner at the Johnson House in Algona. Attending were the DeBoers, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Logemann, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kell, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Klinkslek, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter and Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson visited at the Loren' Hane home in Fairmont Sunday. Betty Herzog, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental Harold Herzog home. FORD 4-door Galaxie, Crulit-a-matic, Power Storing, V-8. FORD Galaxie 500. Crulse-a-matlc, Pwr. Strg., •xtra sharp. MERCURY Meteor Custom 4-door, Mereomatle, radio, V-8, extra nice. FORD Galaxie 4-door, 6-cylindtr, straight trans. with overdrive, spotloss inside and out, one- owner car. 1961 DODGE 2-door Hardtop Plonaar, V-8, Automatic Trans., solid rod finish, extra cUan. 1961 COMET 4-door Station Wagon. 6-cyllnd«r, std. trans. 1960 DODGE Pioneer 4-door Station Wagon, Power Stc-orlng, Power Brakos, Auto. - Extra Clean. 1960 OLDSMOBILI 4-door 88, Auto. Trans., V-8. 1959 1959 1958 MERCURY 4-door Monttrty, Mercomatlc, pwr. .brakes. FORD 4-dr. Galaxie, Cruiso-a-matic, radio, solid whit*. CHEVROLET 4-dr. Station Wagon, 6-passanger, V-8, Powarglide, Power Steering and Brake*. two-tone, spotless finish, very good. USED PICKUPS & TRUCKS 1964 ECONOLINE VAN, sida and rear doors, |uit lik* new, big 6 engine. 1960 IH Vi-T. Piekup, 3-spd., vtry daan, rear bumpar. 1958 FORD F-600 Truck, with box and hoist, 4-tpaed and 2-»peed, V-8, reel good. CLOSEOUT PRICES ON FEW REMAINING 1965 FORDS & MERCURYS AT TAYLOR MOTOR Co. "On The Spot Financing" FORD * MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Phone 5-3504 A16QNA Kiwanis Travel Series To Start Here Oct. 6 The Algona Kiwanis Club announces the beginning of the documentary Travelogue series to be presented at the Algona high school. A highly interesting series of five travelogues nar- rated by world travelers, will be presented monthly beginning Oct. 6. Tickets may be obtained from any Kiwanis member or at Foster Furniture store n Algona. Proceeds are used by the Kiwanis Club to sponsor the Student Loan Fund. ThefirstTravel- ogue is entitled "Last of the Cannibals" and is narrated by • Danish explorer, Jens Bjerre. REAL ESTATE • SALES ft APPRAISEMENTS • ADVICE ft MANAGEMENT (Farm A City) CHOOSE A LOCAL MEMBER OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY REAL ESTATE BOARD. Th«y ere lietntcd for Rot Estate Transaction! and will handle your Rotl Eitato problem* to your complete satisfaction •• they aro oxporloncod and eapabl*. Th« followlne HconMd Roal Ettato Broker* and ial»aman aro members of tho Kottuth County Roal Ettato Board 1 anal, at such, eooporata to your bonaflt on all Roal Ettata mettersv Thoao mombort "kttp up" with eurront markott and raaju- larly moat to ttudy and ditcutt Roal Ettata problems In ordor to bottar tarva you. So, If you ara SELLING or BUY* INO REAL ESTATE, looking for Managomont, nood an Appraisal, or (utt sacking advfco, CONTACT A MEMBBR LISTED BELOWs LIST OF MEMBERS: ALGONA A.F. Agena Nels J. Anderson Allen K. Buchanan Oliver S. 'Carlson*** Bill Conn Karl G. Ewoldt Leo Frankl Jim H. Geelan Joel M. Herbst • Ted S. Herbst Kyle D. Keith C.R. LaBarre Leon H. Laird Jerry M. Lewis Murray Mowers A.J. Rlcklefs Paul M. Seeley Mark A, Seeley FENTON Lloyd M. Berkland** Gerald H. Votght BANCROFT A.J. Berens A.W. Kennedy Kenneth Mulligan Maurice J. Wolfe BURT H.E. Rachut LAKOTA Robert G. Beemer Donald P. Boyd Robert Hamilton I.E. Wortman* LONE ROCK , Kenneth Jackson LU VERNE Emmett Knary SWEA CITY A.J. Bllsborough Virgil W. Blomster L.W. Davidson • Glfford P. Smith Harold Fischer TITONKA Gordon Hansen *Presldent **Vlce President *** Secretary-Treasurer Every day more and more people of our community find this Bank a good place to do their banking business, and here are some of the reasons: A sound locally owned bank with a ratio Capital structure of $1.00 to each $10.00 of Deposits, which is far above the average required. Our Capital, Surplus, Reserves and Undivided Profits gives us a legal loan limit sufficient to take care of any local needs. Our Officers total 157 years of local Banking experience, which is to your advantage and benefit. They know your problems and know how to deal with them. Most of the earnings of the bank are retained to build a Capital structure for your protection, and a small percent of the earnings are paid to stockholders. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE IOWA STATE BANK Alffona, Iowa As at the close of business Sept. 1, 1D65 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Cash and Due from Banks $2,132,304.56 U. S. Government Bonds 2,476,826.06 State & Municipal Bonds 680,461.40 Capital Stock * 150,000.00 Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 241,589.04 Reserves ...... 7,378,17 Total Capital Accounts 698.967.31 Loans & Discounts 2,594,203.22 DEPOSITS 7,300.909.93 Overdrafts -.- 1,789.05 17,999.877.14 Stock In Federal Reserve Bank 13,500.00 Banking House 72,527.08 Furniture & Fixtures 20,125.77 FEDERAL RESERVE BANK . , . . ... • rn--, •-- examiners have just completed their annual examination and we always welcome their advice and suggestions. u tu^^ $7,999,871.14 OFFICERS fc DIRECTORS A. F. Agena, President & Director H. L. Gllmoret Chairman & Director F. L. McMahon, Vice-President & Director E. J. Gilmore, Cashier Arlan Tengwall, Assistant Cashier Harold Cowan, Director L. E. Linnan, Director Clarence Mawdsley, Director David A. Smith, Director Member of the Federal Reserve System and Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Nearly all of the cash dividends paid by this Bank go to local people and are spent.and invested locally. This all makes for a good sound community Bank, working with and for the local people. If you are not already a customer of this bank, come in and try us, you will be glad you did. Our thanks to all of you good people who are responsible for our Sound, Solid growth. We appreciate this and are here to continue to serve you. |

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