The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1967 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1967
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Algona Girl Is Wed MR. AND MRS. J. F. Milder went to Atchison, Kans. Friday to visit their son Bill at St. Benedict's College. Fromthere, the Mllders and Bill went to Centerville to spend the weekend with the Pat Daugherty family. Mr. Daugherty is former baseball coach at Garrigan High School and now baseball coach at Centerville Community College. MRS. PHIL KOHLHAAS and her sister, Mrs. Rose Scanlan, are at Minneapolis visiting Mrs. Kohlhaas' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Livedalen. MR. AND MRS. Ruppert Young spent Sunday atEmmetsburgwith Mrs. Charlene Hlrner and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fries, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Young. JACK LONG of Cedar Rapids spent Saturday here on business. He Is the son of the late Abner and Sarah Long, well-known Al- gonans. DR. AND MRS. John Kenefick have had as guests the former's sister and son, Mrs. Leo Dobbins and Pat, and another sister, Naomi Kenefick, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Dobbins lives at San Ansel, Calif., and her son, Pat, lives in Berlin, Germany, where he is director of arts and crafts for the army. He has been in Germany for four years. MR. AND MRS. Joel Herbst returned Sunday from a two-week vacation in the Ozarks. DR. AND MRS. Ray Potter returned Monday from a two- week vacation in the Ozarks and various other places. At Joplln, Mo., they visited Mrs. Potter's mother, Mrs. Nina Harris, and at Springfield, Mo, they were with her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harris They were there when the tornado hit Springfield but were in a different area of the town and were not aware of the storm until the news was broadcast. They spent several days In a motel In the Ozarks and Dr. Potter did some fishing. At Oklahoma City, Okla., they attended a class reunion of Mrs, Potter's class of 54 years ago. Of the 14, five were present. A GROUP OF junior class members of West Bend gave a puppet show Sunday at the Good Samaritan Homes. MR. AND MRS. Charles Volk and Vincent spent Sunday at Des Moines with Mr. Volk's sister, Mrs. Delores Menke. It snowed quite heavily there. MRS. MILTON DAHL and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson had the Merle Pratt family of Iowa Falls as weekend guests. WITH NEW SHOES FOR THE PROM OR FOR GRADUATION ARRIVING DAILY AT THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CAM Of YOUR FEET. ALGONA. . .PHONE: 295-5371. . .IOWA XXXXXXi^»%»%*3tXX3OPCX3»X3CTXXXXXXXXX: MR. AND MRS. August Schmidt and Mrs. Delbert Moore went to Sioux Falls, S.D. Sunday and brought home Mr. Moore who has been hospitalized six months following severe injuries in an auto accident. He Is able to get around nicely with braces for his back and legs. MR. AND MRS. Arlan Schmitt have moved to the house back of the Viking Oil Station owned by Mrs. Rose Westling. Mr. Schmitt is employed at the station. MR. AND MRS. Louis Reilly went by plane recently to Monterey Park, Calif, where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Rellly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Zook. Michael Rellly, USM, Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C., flew to California, also. Mrs. William Duffy, Sr. accompanied the Relllys and visited her son and family, the Patrick Duffys, Orange, Calif., and the Oliver Johnsons, Hollywood. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Fris- Thursday, April 27, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinas-3 bie are parents of a daughter born April 13, whom they have named Kendra Renee. MRS. ANN HARVEY has been visited by Mrs. Florence Adams, now Mrs. Sherman Stiles, Taylorville, El. She is a relative of Irene Coleman, former Algonan. MR. AND MRS. Ollle Nasby had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Knute Mehl, Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Olso, Poca- hontas, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eno, Manson. Knute Mehl, Jr., who is in the Navy and stationed at San Francisco, Calif, at present, will be home on leave May 12. MR. AND MRS. Royal Nold were visited over the weekend by their aunt, Hazel Coon, Mason City, formerly of Nora Springs. She visited via phone with Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster whom she had known for some time. Cherl Ann Boeckholt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boeckholt, Algona, and Thomas J. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, Burt, were married recently at St. Theresa of the child Jesus Church at Des Moines. The nuptial mass was performed at noon. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a bridal gown with a white Chantilly lace yoke, with bell sleeves and white crepe with a floor-length train. She carried a bouquet of red and white roses. Bridesmaid was Janette Miller, sister of the groom, and attending the groom was Eugene Harbour, cousin of the bride. Flower girls were Angela and Teressa Barillas and ringbearer was Christopher Barillas, all cousins of the bride. A reception was held at the Uptown Terrace. Mary Kay Miller was at the guest book, Janis Kay Boeckholt served punch and Mrs. Mario Barillas, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Mary Kay and Judy Miller, Nancy Elmore and Janis Boeckholt assisted the newlyweds In opening their gifts. The new Mrs. Miller is a student at Mankato State College and Thomas is in the U. S. Army Signal Corps In Vietnam. MR. AND MRS. Albert Slobe went to Ft. Dodge Tuesday where the former entered the Lutheran hospital for surgery. MR. AND MRS.MelvinLangfitt spent Sunday at Grand Junction with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Langfitt. JOHN ARNDORFER was recently visited by Mrs. Anna i Borches and Mr. and Mrs. | Namer, Waterloo. MR, AND MR*S. Paul Palmer have had a recent announcement of the birth of a daughter to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer, Fairbanks, Alaska. The Infant has been named Judy Lee. There is another child In the family, a small son, Charles Todd. MR. AND MRS. Roy Smith left April 5 for Orlando, Fla, where they visited with Mrs. August Brown, former Algonan, and other friends. It is expected they will visit with relatives in Indiana and Illinois enroutehomn. MR. AND MRS. Leo Fox wore visited Monday by their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and family, Swea City. MR. AND MRS. Leon Martin went to Goldfield Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Grace Martin. BEACH Portable Hair Dryer and Manicurer CHECK THESE FEATURES: Temperature Control Cord Storage Shoulder/Waist Strap Storage Electric Outlet Nail Dryer and Control Perfumer Manicure Attachments 8. Manicure Power Attachment 9. Storage Tray 10. Adjustable Bouffant Bonnet 11. Top Deck 12. Air Tube 13. Cover Disconnects 14. Automatic Thermostat PREVIOUSLY NOT AVAILABLE UNDER $50.00 NOW WHILE THEY LAST $1949 RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY ALGONA DIANE JENSEN'S plans to go to McClellan, Ala. for basic training In Indoctrination for two months, then to a fort in Texas for twenty-two months of training In social work and medical career, group 91, has been delayed a few months. MR. AND MRS. Roy Stoffel are being vlsitedby Carol Ulfers, daughter of Charles Ulfers, West Bend. She is convalescing from surgery at Rochester where she Is employed at St. Mar/s. MR. AND MRS. William Runchey had as guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Runchey, West Bend, and Mr, and Mrs. Lester Hill and family, Mason City. MRS. FRANK VERA, her brother, Fred Hagen, and Mrs. Rose Sigsbee went to Mason City Monday. Mr. Hagen was left at Clear Lake to spend the day with his daughter, Mrs. FredSchram. Mrs. Vera andMrs. Sigsbee were supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. Marion Burbank. MRS. ELIZABETH POST joined her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Emma Wagner, Belle Plalne, and Mrs. Tillie Alvord, Rochester, at Mrs. Harold Andreasens at Burt and all went to Rochester, Minn, and were guests at Mrs. Alvords and visited with her son, Harlan and wife, who also live there. MRS. J. J, ATHERTON took her mother, Mrs. Mae Patrick, to her home at Peterson Monday, the guest having concluded a weekend visit here. MRS. DICK POST was sponsor for Liz Anderson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Nels Anderson, who was confirmed Monday in the Catholic church. MR. AND MRS. Gerald Bomgaars spent last week in various points of Arkansas and Missouri on their vacation. Enroute home they stopped at Sioux City to see Mr, Bomgaar's mother, Mrs. H. H. Bomgaars, and sister-in- law, Mrs. Harry Bomgaars, who has had surgery. MR. AND MRS. Wallace Erdman had a fish fry Saturday evening at which guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Youngwirth, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Youngwirth, Charles, Bob and Steve, and Dick Blankin. MRS. GERTRUDE FAULSTICH and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Faulstich spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fraser, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich. The birthdays of Gene and Mrs. Fraser, April 22 and 23 respectively, were observed. L/C PL.RONALD A. Waldera, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G, Waldera, arrived Sunday to spend a 20-day leave with his' family and parents after serving a year in Viet Nam. Only 4 weeks until Memorial Day You can still select a monument or marker and have it erected by May 30. Because we have greatly increased our stocks of memorials at our new location, you can choose from the largest selections we have ever shown and have yours completed before Memorial Day. Choose from selected stocks of Wausau Red, Barre, Rock of Ages, Georgia, Rose Damask, Medallion Mahogany and many other leading brands of granite to provide memorials of enduring beauty to mark the resting place of your loved ones. Every monument we sell is made by craftsmen with years of experience. And we offer the lowest prices possible for these quality markers. • MONUMENTS • LETTERING • MARKERS • CLEANING KINSMAN & SONS MEMORIALS On U.S. Hwy. 18 - T/2 Miles East of Jet. 169 - 18 - Algona - Phone 295-5565 THE NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF ALGONA will be piping NATURAL GAS into WESLEY this summer. The distribution system will cover the entire town. It will be made available to anyone wishing to take advantage of this service simply by signing up for a FREE service line to your house or place of business. A representative of our company will be calling on you in the near future to explain the advantages of NATURAL GAS and answer any questions you may have. Early signers will receive a bonus gift. For more information call collect NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-2484

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