The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1967
Page 13
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Mary McDonnell Of Whittemore Is Engaged seph's school hall. The nominating committee, Mrs. Mark Thilges, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs John Gelschecker, Mrs. John Geischecker, Mrs Albert Thilges presented a slate of officers for elected at the May meeting. Committee In charge of lunch and social hour were Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. Ed McGulre, Mrs. John Altman, Mrs. Delano Grimm, Mrs. E. J. Gales and Mrs. Richard McKenna. CarofErpelding and a friend, Diane Demaraie, Denver, Colo., spent the weekend in the home of Miss Erpelding's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding and family. Frank Hllbert observed his birthday Sunday with a family dinner. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Krischel and family, Havelock, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hilbert and 'Thursday, April 13, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Das Molnes-7 family, Wesley, and Jim. tipper CM jg "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchlsed dealer -n Des Molnes P«*. Co* DON'T MISS THIS MARY MCDONNELL Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. McDonnell of Whittemore announce plans for a May 6 wedding of their daughter, Mary Margaret, and Douglas Craig Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ford of Kingsley, la. Miss McDonnell attended Garrigan High School and will graduate June 1 from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. Her fiance attended Drake U- nlversity and is now the ass't director of the 0.E.G. program at Emmetsburg. Cylinder Co-Op Elects Three New Directors Kenneth Cody and Merle Dai- lam, both of Cylinder and Harlan Place, Emmetsburg, were elected to 3-year terms on the board of directors of the Cylinder Co-op Elevator Company, at the annual meeting last week In the Cylinder gymnasium. They will succeed Tom Naig, Irvln Solberg, and Hans Madsen of Cylinder, none of whom was a candidate for relectlon. Robert Banwart, president, conducted the business meeting, with Danie Fogarty as secretary. Other directors are Lloyd Zurael and Art Juhl. Odne Stokka, manager, presented the financial report of the Company. He explained the proposed building program. Door prizes were won by Theordore Nelson, S. A. Thompson, Mrs. Gertie Berkland, Orvllle Helland, Gerald Norland, Walter Nase, Melvin Cody, William DeMoss, and Tilford Egland, all of Cylinder, Winston Kerber of Fenton, LeRoy Wikert and Charles Nelson of Emmetsburg and Keyron Fogarty, Harold Elbert and Lester Johnson of Rodman. Woman's Clubs ill Meet At litonka Friday Mrs. Leonard Elbert, Whittemore, chairman of the Kossuth County Federation of Woman's Clubs has announced they will told their annual spring convention at the Titonka Methodist church April 14 at 10 a.m. following a coffee hour and registration at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Eldon Waters, Lake City ™ District chlarman, will be a «t speaker. Other guests will "Dr. Hallard Beard, Mason City, and Patrolman James Bon««ter will speak on "Public Safety - and Its Problems." Byron Henn, vocal music instructor at Titonka, will pre- jwt numbers from "Sound of J*". Mrs. Duane Boyken ™ give an organ prelude and its. Donald Budlong will sing. * spring style show will be Katured, with fashions made by ESS 8 "- There wm &*<> be «™ts of hobbies from all 12 uaty clubs and awards given for Projects. The Titonka Woman'sClub will host and Mrs. Clifford has been in charge of ments - Th eTitonka Fed- Club are h ° sts f ° r tne coffee hour, the Doan Club are making fa- s and decorations and the Wation will be handled by tos c? 800 Mothers ST. JOE v last W and friends. met April 12 in St. Jo- NOW IN PROGRESS Photo Department SPECIALS AUTOMATIC WITH FILM & CUBE Flash Cube Cameras 9.95 EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES ON NEW Electric Eye Cameras 126 Instamatlc Cartridge Slide, Picture, and Movie Types. 8 & Super 8. LARCE DISCOUNTS OH EVERY PROJECTOR WE HAVE IH STOCK! 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