The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1965 · Page 10
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10-Algeno, (la.) Upptr Dftt Mefnw tnurtdoy, Nov. 11, 196S FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit gave a family dinner honoring the birthday of Mary Streit, Ft. Dodge. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. M. Cullen and Betty Streit, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nlichel, Ashton, and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. DAUGHTER TO WED Mr. and Mrs. Ren F. Buttrr- fleld, Algona, announce tin 1 engagement and awrvMchinx marriage of their d&ushti-r, Janice Marie, to Jay Eil^r,'. Nuwash, son of Mrs. MArth.i Nuwash, Silver Lake, Minn. Miss Butterfleld Is a teacher in tho elementary school at Blomkest, Minn, and Mr. Ntiwash is a student at the University of Minnesota. The wedding Is planned f,»r Nov. ?7 at Trinity Lutheran rhuivh. VkvMi.x. HOSTS PINNFKS Mrs. .'«•• :-• Cowan, Mrs. Douglas nie!uv,.;:m, Mrs. Bob Diekmann, Mrs. Sheridan Cook, Mrs. Howsr.i SteptH'nson, Mrs. Terry MeGum-, Mrs. Jim Geelan and Mrs. J::" AndroASCII are enter- tAinitK At twv luncheons, one Mond.r. Aiui one Tuesday and A diiuuT Mi>mtay evening at die (.\nintn Club. SHOWER HONORS A dinner-shower was given by Mrs. James Lor;an andTheo Logan at the Johnson House Tuesday, Nov. 2, for Mrs. Don Shaw, the former Maureen Qulnn. Twelve ladies were present. M-D CLUB Four Corners Mothers & Daughters club will meet Nov. 11 at the home of Beverly Kuecker with Irene Holdren assisting. Roll call will be a Tribute to Thanksgiving. Each member should bring an article she has made for Christmas. RoseSabin will give a talk of Charter Cheer. AT CONFERENCE Mrs. Louis Kelley will be in Cincinnati, Ohio, this week attending the National Methodist Conference on Christian Education. - o - BIBLE STUDY The Iowa Area Bible Study program under the leadership of Bishop James S. Thomas will be held Nov. 8-9 at Des Moines. Rev. Newton Coughenour will be in attendance. - o SURPRISE SUPPER Laing a pot-luck surprise supper on his birthday Nov. 3. The evening was spent socially. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Ray Potter entertained the Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday. - o HOLD BANQUET Nov. 8 a Recognition Banquet was held at 6:30 honoring the Sunday school teachers of the Presbyterian church. - o CIRCLE MET A group of friends gave Supt. R U th circle of the Presbyterian church met recently, with Mrs. R. Mawdsley and Mrs. William Marshall hostesses. Plan Dinner C. D. A. will hold a monthly meeting Nov. 11 with a 6:30 dinner. Chairladies are Catherine Bormann and Mary Corrine Smith. Assisting them will be Mary Barry, Mary Cink, Cecelia Dahlhauser, OdealEller, Jane Frank!, Mary Angela Gisch, Elizabeth Grill, Wilma Haupert, Esther Hilbert, Ann Marie King, Maude Kohlhaas, Helen Leigh, Imogene McAtee, Beatrice Miller, Charlotte Nash, Elizabeth Platt, Donna Koethler, Verna Seeley, Joan Studer, Helen Utt and Phyllis Wildin. I Notes Of I (Servicemen MEKINOCK, N. D. - Arnold W. Gregetsofi, son of Mrs, Irwin Gregerson, Lehigh, la., has been promoted to airman first class in the U. S. Air Force. Airman Gregerson is a jet aircraft mechanic at Grand Forks AFB, N. D. He .is a member of the Strategic Air Command, America's long-range nuclear bomber and missile force. * The airman is a graduate of Lehigh Independent high school. His wife, Barbara, is the dau* ghter of Mr. and Mrs, Homer Wolf, Bancroft, IT'S COLOR TV WEEK a( ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES IN ALGONA "£"'-- — - ••* j h ji£f "^ ^T* <j£$3 ' * V-i.'-^Pwst^--^ Open Every nite-7 to 10 p. m.-Friday/ Nov. 12 thru 19th Admiral 21-Inch Color TV Set to be Given... ii uli.ij Nothing to buy . . . you neeft not be present to w in! Register anytime Friday or Saturday this week — or from 7 to 10 pm. each night next week thro ugh Friday ! ! ! This U • personal Invitation from owner Gene Faulstich to vii it ui during our big "Color TV Week" . . . you'll find M DIP- FERENT color TV sets in our .howrooms from which to cho ose . . . all models and siios, table and console. In addition, we have a complete stock of Admiral stereo, hi-fi and radio equip ment. See color TV at its best this week . . . s op in any night for the next eight days (not Including Sunday) and visit with us ... enjoy a cup of coffee and cookies, register for a wonderful Admiral color TV set and look us over. — Gene Faulst Ich. GENE FAULSTICH Two of the most important men in our organization are Darwin Leek (left) and Vern Leek (right). They are our servicemen and they are two of the men responsible for keeping your electronic equipment in top condition. Vern Is a graduate of Des Moines Tech high school and has worked in the TV and electronic field since 1952. Darwin attended Iowa State University for two years and has been in the TV repair field for over a year. An unbeatable combination... top quality products and experienced service personnel! FREE COFFEE AND COOKIES Nightly 7 to 10p.m. ' * * * ... Portable Antenna Saves You Money On All Antenna Work Our portable antenna can be hooked up in minutes to our service truck and brought to your home or farm. In this way/ we can accurately tell whether your trouble is in the antenna (and if you really need another one.instead of just guessing) or if you would be wasting money and get no better reception. We can also accurately place an antenna on your home where reception will be at its best by using this portable antenna, Another very important man in our organization U Bryan Mortensen. A native «f Fenten, Bryan handle* many of our service calls as well as managing the only federal licensed 2-way radio repair system in this area. He attended Iowa State University and the Delco Remy radio school. He has had six years experience in the electronic field. We have set aside one of our showrooms as a special Stereo room. We think you'll be enthralled with the wonderful models and styles. Listen to music with all the comforts of your own living room. \ Exclusive Dealers for Admiral Color TV Sets * * * Two-Way Radio System for Faster, More Dependable Service Our new two-way radio system assures you the very fastest possible service work in your home. You call us — we contact oyr serviceman who may be in your neighborhood at that time - and he'll be there in a |iffy to solve your. TV or radio problems. Here are just a few of the many Admiral black and white and Color TV sets wt hive in our main showroom. Our range of prices and styles is the finest in Northwest Iowa. We invite you to stop in and browse around — view color TV ever all three major networks. ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES DIAGONAL STREET (JENE FAULSTICH, Owner VM^^ PHONE 5*3215

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