The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1967
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fcS ocvct-v? SON CONFIRMED Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe, was confirmed April 30 in St. Cecelia Catholic church. Mrs. Fred Kuyper, Garner, nee Mary McEvoy, was a guest of the McEnroes. She is a former Algonan. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Gilbert Hargreaves birthday was April 30 and in his honor his wife entertained at dinner, OLD T-V HARD ON YOUR EYES? A poor television picture can hamper the vision of both children and adults. Don't take chances . . „ WHY WAIT- CALLUS.. 295-3215 Protect your family's eyes with good T-V viewing I 18" RECTANGULAR COLOR T-V '238 per week — NO DOWN PAYMENT total - $299.95 with trade < llectronic Specialties! 616 Diagonal St. Algona 965 Chevrolet Impala 4 door Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide transmission, radio, EZI glass, white walls, beige color. 965 Chevrolet Biscayne 4 door Sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission ............................. $975 PACESETTER having as guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and family and Melvin Rieken, Burt. Not only will the day be remembered as his anniversary, but for the second time their farm was in line of the tornado and windows were blown out on the south side of the house, leaving much glass and water to be cleaned up. The house is new and replaces the one destroyed by a tornado a couple of years ago. - o - IS HONORED Mrs. George Jergens birthday was observed Sunday by a group of friends who gathered at various times to celebrate the anniversaries. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch, Mrs. Kathleen Farrell and Mrs. Marie Hogan, all of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hogan were unable to be present. The guests brought food for dinner and supper. - o - HOSTS CLUBS Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Leo Thilges entertained her 500 club Wednesday afternoon. The previous week the club met with Mrs. Anna Wagner. Mrs. Pat Doerning was hostess to her card club last Wednesday. - o - PLUM CREEK CLUB Plum Creek Homemakers club met March 29 with Eleanor Wilson, who was assisted by Pearle Etherington and Marjorle Bode. Twenty-five members and one guest were present. Roll call was answered by "A New Product I have Tried." Lesson was marketing and merchandising, leader Marjorie Bode and inspiration by Norma Paetz. Enough May baskets had been made by the members to give to each person at the Kossuth Co. home and two special schools. Slides and a talk on cancer were given by Ellreda Clark. - o - GOP WOMEN A meeting of Kossuth County Republican women was held May 1 at ;8:30 p.m. in the high school Annex. Husbands and neighbors were Invited and the subject, Concern With the Supreme Court, was given by Russell Buchanan. SEWING CLUB Mrs. Otto Engstrom will be hostess to her sewing club Tuesday, May 9. - o - Married Couple To Teach Here Thursday, May 4, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-7 SALE! USED CARS 965 Ford Custom 500 4 door Sedan, 6 cylinder engine, automatic • transmission, radio, blue color ............... $1395 • • 964 Biscayne 2 door Sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard trans- I mission, radio, blue color, sharp .............. $1050 • • 964 Impala 4 door Sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, * radio, white color. I 9 963 Impala 4 door Sport Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide, power 5 steering, power brakes, air conditioned, tinted glass, white • color .................................. $1 295 • • 1963 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe, V-8 engine, automatic trans- • mission, radio, tinted glass, nice. • 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door, 6 passenger Station Wagon, V-8 • engine, Powerglide transmission, power steering, air con- « ditioning, green color. ! 1961 T-Bird Sport Coupe, completely equipped .......... $995 « 1961 Impala 4 door Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide, radio, tinted • glass. • USED TRUCKS 1964 CMC 2-ton Truck, 84" cab to axle, 2-speed axle, V-6J engine, hi-tread 825x20 10-ply tires. Very clean, red color. . 1963 Chevrolet 2-ton, 6 cyl., 2-speed axle, good 825x20 10-pyj tires, equipped with 13 1/2 ft. grain box and hydraulic. hoist. A complete unit ready to go to work. 12-ton license • for full year. 1963 Ford Econoline Panel Truck, 6 cylinder, 3-speed, white • color. 1963 Chevrolet 2-ton Truck, V-8 engine, 825x20 10-ply tires, • H.D. Springs, 84" cab to axle, ready to go. 1953 Studebaker 1/2-ton Truck. buffet supper was served and birthday cake was cut. Children attending were Mrs. Roman Eisenbacher and Janice, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Evelyn) Wampler and family, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eisenbacher and family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisenbacher and sons, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eisenbacher and family, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eisenbacher and Julie, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Marge) Moffitt and Jerry, Jr., Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Eisenbacher and sons, Armstrong. Also attending were brothers and sisters, Rev. L. J. Eisenbacher and Theresa Erlimier, Odebolt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Racina) Hammond, Vincent Eisenbacher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert (Felice) Hilbert, Joe and Eddie Eisenbacher, all of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Luceile) Nelsen, St. Benedict; Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Flavia) Studer and Joan Kay, Algona. Close friends and a niece and nephew were Mr. and Mrs. John Sturm and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Niemann, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. BUI Duffy and Jody, all of Algona. PHILODENDRON Mrs. Olive Kendall, Matjuo- keta, has a split-leaf philodendron in her office there which has now grown to a height of 20 feet. The jungle-like plant has been hers for the past five years. Marriage is a partnership, according to many experts, and John and Beverly Nordman, seniors at Iowa State University, Ames, take the advice literally. The Nordmans, who will graduate in May, have the same major, elementary education, and will teach in the same school system, Algona. Married August 21, 1966, Mr. and Mrs. Nordman had dated since they were sophomores in Alta High School. When they came to Iowa State in the fall of 1963, Mrs. Nordman, then Beverly Lietz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lietz, enrolled in elementary education. "I had always known," she said, "that I would teach." Nordman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nordman, majored in ceramic engineering when he started. "I suppose Pm the classic example of the person who doesn't know why he came to school." Toward the end of his first quarter, however, he decided engineering was not his field. He transferred from engineering to elementary education. MRS. MABEL SAMSON was dismissed from St. Ann hospital after seven weeks. WILLIAM HEDRICK spent Sunday at LuVerne with his wife, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker, and daughter, Mrs. Sam Hnaks, Pacific Palisades, Calif. Mr. Hedrlck suffered a stroke some time ago and is recovering. MR. AND MRS. Arnie Meyer are parents of a daughter born April 26. MRS. HILDA GRONWALL returned this week from San Diego, Calif, where she spent the winter with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Sayles. Her son Gerald lives at Fullerton, Calif, and she also saw him and his wife. Mrs. Gronwall fell and broke her hip, so her vacation was not too enjoyable. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen have been visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Bret, Storm Lake. Other guests have been Patricia Oxenford, Mason City, and her mother, Mrs. Vivian Oxenford. Lake City. Esther Ekstan, Marathon, remained for a longer visit. MRS. J. D. BURNS spent the weekend at Des Moines with Mr. Burns who is again in Veterans hospital. He goes for periodic check-ups. CHARLES GUNDER was taken to Ft. Dodge Sunday and will have surgery at Mercy hospital. MR. AND MRS. Carl Nelson were visited over the weekend by the latter*s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lundmark, Virginia, Minn. All drove to Ames to visit the Nelson's son, Ron, a student at the University. BOY SCOUT TROOP 71, with their leader, Scoutmaster Dick Beisell, had an overnight camp- out at Whittemore Saturday. MR, AND MRS. Richard Moen were visited last weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mullins, Clear. Lake. They came to attend the Barbershoppers Parade and program. REV. WILLIAM NOLAND of the First Methodist church was at University hospital a few weeks ago for a check-up and has been told by his doctors that he must take a two-month leave of absence. During May and June, Rev. Frank Harcey of the Congregational church will conduct services for both churches. In July, Rev. Noland will conduct services in the Congregational church. Rev. Noland's time will be spent at Burlingame, Calif, with their daughter, Beji Noland. MR. AND MRS. Milton Norton v have been visited by the former's sister, Eleanor, Vermillion, S.D. MR. AND MRS. W. Holdorf had as guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nelson, Carrie Sue and Michael, Estherville, and Mrs. Mary Jesson and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. , David Gunderson, Ft. Dodge. Saturday, their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sanke, spent some time with them. MR. AND MRS. R. A. Behnke had as guests Sunday their son Herman and wife of Fairmont. HARVEY PECK had surgery in the Estherville hospital and is in serious condition. He is well-known here and for some time has lived on an acreage south of Algona with his son Ronnie and wife. He has not been too well since a fall several months ago. FUNERAL SERVICES were held Wednesday at Burt for Mrs. Anna Vinaas who had been living at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp had the sons, Leo of Los Angeles, Calif., and Lloyd, Des Moines, and a sister, Mrs. Carrie DeLong, Des Moines, as guests. Mrs. Vinaas and Mrs. Klamp were close friends for many years. BURIAL WAS made here Satur- day for Rasmus Pederson, 69, St. Peter, Minn., who died of a heart attack. He was a nephew of Mrs. Otto Engstrom. SURPRISE PARTY A surprise birthday party was held April 30 for the 63rd birthday of Roman Eisenbacher at St. Mary's new hall in Armstrong. Pinochle and 500 were played. High men's prizes in pinochle and 5 00 went to Richard Hammond and Eddie Eisenbacher. Low men's went to John Sturm and Joe Eisenbacher. High prizes in women's 500 and pinochle went to Mrs. Richard Hammond and Mrs. Bill Eisenbacher. Low prizes went to Theresa Erlimier and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert. A • •••••••••••I NOTICE All law offices in Kossuth County will be closed Saturdays during the months of May thru September. KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION The Friendly Store ... Beat the high cost of living! Buy Now —No Payment 'Til July 1st! CORONADO 15 CU. FT. FREEZERS NO MONEY DOWN $2.35 Per Week-Payable Monthly Chest Mode! FARMERS SEE THE NEW PARKER Gravity-Flow Boxes with Unloading Auger • Ideal for handling bulk fertilizer and soy beans. • Auger can be purchased separately and will' fit most gravity-flow boxes. • Let a Parker Auger fill your 4-6-8 or 12-row Planter Boxes without moving the wagon. SAVE THE LABOR! For Further Detail*, SEE Kyle & Roger Keith Ph. 295-3601 Ph. 924-3370 ALGONA Keeps over '/4 Ion of food zero- cold and flavor-perfectl You enjoy "out-of-season" foods at "in-season" prices. YYelded-on freezing colls for better cold transfer, low operating cost. Defrost drain, light, lock. Upright Stylo So much storage (14.7 eu. ft. of it) In so little floor space, thanks to thinwall design! Convenient, tool 4 freezing shelves, lift-out shelf, 5 "Pantry Door" shelves put food at your fingertips. Defrost drqin. !a ., *(•/«» TRADE! Used Appliances Bring Afore of Gambles FREEZER BOXES • Left-over Storage, • Freezing Food Your Choice Pint Silt 10 for 88c Quart Size 7 for 88e I'/i Pt, Size 8 for 88e '/i Gal. Slit 4 for 88c REPEAT OF A SELL-OUT', 3-Quart Stainless Steel Pan 99 Buy a durable, easy-to-ctean stainless steet mix ing bowl at this fabulous.low price-iovel Why Pay $4.95 for Fertilizer? GAMBLES 20-10-5 FERTILIZER 2 95 22 U 22 Lbs, Non-burning formula combines quick-acting and slow release nitrogen to green grass fast and keep it vigorovil FAMOUS 'ZEBCO' 202 $O49 2 Reg. $2.97 The adjustable drag and positive anti- reverse keep proper •tension on the mono* filament line, u-tttt ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES .4

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