The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 10
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JO-Algonq, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, May 4, 1967 220 At Krause Golden Wedding Open House FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 30, with open house at St. John's Lutheran Church Parlors. There were 220 \vho attended. Mabel Dreyer and Art Krause were married May 3, 1917atSt. John's Lutheran Church. They were the first couple to be married in the present church. Herbert Kaye Krause was Master of ceremonies. Rev. Kex Spicer gave the opening devotion and the closing prayer. Heidee Krause played a piano solo, Robert Krause Jr. an Mrs. Robert Krause gave a skit. John and Ha- leisa Krause sang a song. Mar- National Hospital Week May 7-13, 1967 The Sisters, Employees and Auxiliary of St. Ann Hospital are extending our invitation to all the people from Algona and the Community to stop in, get acquainted and make a tour during this week. Refreshments will be served at the completion of each tour. Tours will be from 7-8 P.M. on Monday, May 8th, Wednesday, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th. Thanks for your cooperation. Sister Mary Lucille Administrator Robert R. Devine Business Manager WEETHEART CHESTS BY «__. i^/ t^- Lane' For the girl graduate with happiness in her future... give the gift she'll cherish forever: a Lane Sweetheart Chest. Choose from our wide graduation gift assortment in any style, finish, or period to suit her special taste. All Lane Sweetheart Chests are superbly crafted of %" cedar interiors and fine cabinet wood exteriors, with locks and keys and multi-use design features. GRADUATION GIFT SPECIALS >!,*<-» * Choice of Styles Early American Modern Contemporary Provincial * Choice of Finishes Walnut Maple Fruitwood Pongee * Priced from $4995 up $«.*«/* FOSTER FURNITURE STORE 203 E. State Phon« 295-5294 Algona, Iowa Trinity Lutheran Youths In Service Are 'Mapped' From One Storm To Another For Area Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips, Sexton, were visited Sunday by the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips, Albert Lea, Minn. They left for home just as the storm lilt Sexton and word from them is that they reached Albert Lea in safety and suffered no damage to property. Just as they were leaving, it began to rain and hail and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips took refuge in their trailer house. Hail stones as large as walnuts dentec! the trailer, a small barn on their property was blown down and a steel bin was picked up and set down in the road. Mrs. Phillips said if the trailer house hadn't boon in a somewhat protected area, it would have blown over. Rodman Soldier Gets Purple Heart Award Army SP4 William C. Elbert 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elbert, Rodman, received the Purple Heart medal April 19 in Yokohama, Japan. Spec. Elbert received the award for wounds received in action while serving as a rifleman in Co. A, 3d Battalion, 39th Infantry, 9th Infantry Division in Vietnam. He is presently convalescing at Yokohama. Spec. Elbert entered the Army in April 1966 and arrived overseas last January. Elbert is a 1964 graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS ilyn Alt gave a reading. Tamia Berkland, John and Haleisa Krause sang "Jesus Loves Me", Mrs. Larry Alt gave a reading entitled "Memories". A polka band consisting of John, Heidee, Ann, and Alice Krause played several numbers. Heidee and Ann Krause served punch. Mrs. Richard Hengel and Mrs. Ida Dreyer poured coffee. Mrs. Hans Krause and Marilyn Alt cut the anniversary cake. The event was sponsored by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Krause. - o - Saturday evening supper at the Otto England home, Ringsted for Heidee Krauses' birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Krause, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Krause, Cedar Rapids spent the weekend at the Larry Alt home. Sunday dinner guests at the Norman Finnested home were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnested and Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and family, and Mrs. Fred Johannesen and family. Afternoon callers were Roger Pc- tratz and baby, Alta, Mrs. Bub Nelson and girls, Alta, Miss Bonnie Potratz, Fort Dodge. Burt Council Studying More Street Lights BURT - At its meeting Monday night, the council voted to investigate the cost and possible installation of additional mercury street lights, which would be put up from the business district to the end of Main street. The council also approved construction of a boom for the city tractor for use in care of street lights, tree trimming, etc. Members of the library board discussed accounting of library funds with the council and Fire Chief Walter Steward discussed the local department's answering fire calls, along with several other area departments, to the Union Slough refuge grounds. In other actions, routine bills were paid and a satisfactory water analysis report read. All council members were present, with exception of George Becker, who was at Albert Lea studying tornado damage. Stricken In Car Funeral services were held Tuesday for Chandler E. Bonnicksen, 54, who died Saturday of a heart attack while driving his car three miles west of Ringsted. Rites were conducted in St. John Lutheran church. Mr. Bonnicksen operated a well drilling business. His wife is the former Claudia Voigt of Fenton. His father, two brothers and a sister also survive. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS The congregation of the Trinity Lutheran church has 21 young men in military service and at the inside entrance to the church is a map, adorned with stars, indicating the location of each young man in the armed forces. The map display is pictured above. Those serving outside the United States have stars attached to outlines of the countries where they are located at the bottom of the U. S. map. The list of service men from the congregation follows, with their parents' names: Pvt. Gregory Arrowood —Mrs. Sally Arrowood; A/3c James M. Baker - M/M James Baker; Pvt. Larry Danielsen - Mrs. Edna Danielsen; A/3c Fred J. Duerr- M/M Frank Duerr; A/3c Richard Dreyer — M/M Robert Dreyer; Pvt. Darwin Engelbarts — M/M Melvin Engelbarts; S/Sgt. Ronald H. Gardner - M/M Leo Gardner; Charles Faulstich - Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich; Pvt. Darwin Leek - M/M Art Leek, St. Benedict. Tom Macumber - Clarence Macumber; AB Virgil E.Groen— M/M Richard Groen; Pfc. Marlyn Helmers - Reiner Helmers; A/lc Mike Slevin - M/M John Slevin; AB Russell Spear - M/M James Spear; L/Cpl. Marlyn Struecker - M/M Werner Struecker; Pvt. Bahne L. Struecker - M/M Werner Struecker; A/3c Dennis L. Voigt - M/M Ewald Voigt; ADJ2 John Walker - M/M James Walker; Pvt. Dennis Smith M/M Myron Smith; Pvt. Virgil L. Wolf - Mrs. Virgil Wolf; and Pfc. David Wildin - M/M George Wildin. Lead Orientation Jerry Raney, Algona, Mary Clark, Bancroft, and Steven Dawson, Corwith, students at the U- niverslty of Iowa, Iowa City, are among 300 named recently to be leaders for the orientation of new students in September. Working in .teams of one man and one coed, the leaders will assist small groups of new students in adjustment to university life. I Men's & Boys' (FORMAL ATTIRE > PROMS WEDDINGS Buick Bargain Days are here. $2411: •^Manufacturer's suggested retail price for a Buick Special 2-dr. Thin Pillar Coupe including federal excise tax and suggested dealer delivery and handling charge. Trans portation charges accessories, optional equipment, state and local taxes additional. Complete efficient rent al for any formal event Tuxedo or dinner jacket in all sizes — and specia accessories. THE HUB CLOTHIERS ALGONA waxeR automatically,. , with the magic gas flame No shivering bathers or grizzly shavers with a gas water heater! There's always plenty of hot water waiting . . . for baths and dishes, for shaving and laundry. A gas water'heater is completely automatic and its instant-hot flame heat replenishes and keeps a constant hot water supply. NO PUBL ITH CENTAL C SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATE ST. PHONE 295-2484 ALGONA, IOWA . LIVE IN THE MODERN MANNER • AUTOMATICALLY WITH NATURAL. GAS Start ON US! That's right! You can start your next litter of pigs on us by taking advantage of our special March offer! If you order ONE TON of any Purina hog Chow products for delivery from March 6th through March 18th ONLY, we'll give you a 50-lb. bag of Purina Baby Pig Chow or Early Weaning Chow FREE . .. and if you order three tons you get three bags of Purina starter at no extra cost. Why are we doing this? We want you to see for yourself how pigs thrive and grow when started on Purina. Once you've tried Purina starters we believe you'll want to start all your litters the Purina Way. Purina starters are highly-fortified for disease protection, carry high nutritional levels to promote fast growth and pigs love 'em. Don't miss this FREE chance to start your next litter on us. Why not place your ton order today for delivery from March 6-18. Drop in or give us a ring. 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