4-Algorm, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, May 11, 1967 Coleen Johns To Girls State From LuVerne COLEEN JOHNS LUVEKNE - Coleon Johns, 17, daughter of Mr. ;iwl Mrs. Earl Johns, LuVcrno, has licun chosen by the Lu Verne Auxiliary to lie their citizen at Girls State. Coleen is a Junior Auxiliary member, is presently class president, president of '/ion Lutheran League, cheerleaderfoi 2 years, in marching band, sings in glee club, mixed chorus, sextet, mixed quartet, has played clarinet in concert band, went out for speech, attended a seminar for better Walther League meetings at LeMars and lias been a Sunday School teacher. Former Offosen Woman Dies In Nebraska OTTOSEN - Funeral services for Mrs. Victor Knudson, 49, the former Joyce Johnson, were held at Omaha Saturday, April 29. She died April 27. She had been ill with cancer for four months. Mrs. Knudson was born May 5, 1917 to James and Marie Torgerson Johnson at Ottosen. She attended grade school at Thor and graduated from the Eagle Grove High School. She was married May 12, 1940 at Thor. Survivors are her husband; a son, Roger; a daughter, Janet; one grandchild; her mother, Mrs. James Johnson, Sr., Omaha; two sisters, Mrs, Delbert Cahoon (Ruth) and Mrs. Selmer Anderson (Donna) both of Omaha; and two brothers, James Johnson of Moorland and Conrad Johnson uf Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs.- Conrad Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson attended from here. - o - TAKE TRIPS Mrs. Conrad Johnson's 23 second-graders and Mrs. Mike Frohling's 1C third-graders went on a field trip Thursday. They visited the airport at Ft. Dodge and ate dinner at the tourist park at Humboldt after which they visited the Humboldt Printing Co. and the Bell Telephone Co. They enjoyed ice cream cones before starting the trip home, diet Ogan of Livermore was the bus driver. Mrs. Warren Whipple's 26 first-graders enjoyed a trip to Algona Thursday where they visited the library and post office. The following mothers were chaperones, Mrs. Victor Meyer, Mrs. Clifford Helland and Mrs. Art Demory. - o - HOST TEA American Lutheran church women had a mother-daughter tea at the church Wednesday evening. Mrs. Carroll Olson gave the welcome and Mrs. Robert J. Le- Mont gave the devotions. Debbie Olson played two numbers on the organ. Mrs. Earl Olson gave some readings. Mrs. Victor Meyer sang, "The Sound Of Music," accompanied by her daughter, Jo Ellen. Mrs. Loran Daniel gave some readings. Mrs. Ted Jensen played a saw, accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Osborn. Both women are from Fenton. Seventy-five guests registered and they enjoyed a lunch and social hour in the church parlors, following the program. Each guest received a pansy plant. Mrs. Harold Mountain of Elma, a former pastor's wife, was a welcome guest. Mrs. Carroll Olson, Mrs. Roy Enockson and Mrs. Antone Speich were on the program committee. Mrs. Donald Usher and Mrs. Howard Helllckson were chairmen of the kitchen committee. - o Mrs. Ivan Evenson, A.L.C.W. president, Mrs. Robert J. Le- Mont, Mrs. Richard Kinseth and Mrs. Earl Olson attended the American Lutheran church women's annual meeting at Calendar Thursday. Mrs. Evenson and Mrs. Kinseth were delegates. Steven, year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett, was a patient at Lutheran hospital fro Wednesday until Friday. H had ear surgery and adenoids and tonsils were removed. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig attended funeral services for her aunt. Mrs. Anna Haiar. 77, at Spencer, S.D. Thursday. United Presbyterian women had a Mother's Day program, with guests invited, Friday afternoon. Twenty persons attended. Mrs. W. G. Cooper played the prelude, Mrs. Albert Thorsen gave the devotions; readings were given by Mrs. H. D. Benson, Naomi Struthers and Mrs. Ralph Richards. Three hymns were sung by the whole group. A lunch was served following the program. The Ft. Dodge Conference of the American Lutheran church met Sunday afternoon at Badger. Attending from here were Rev. and Mrs. Kol>ert J. LeMont, Donald Usher and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watmen. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin of Bradgate went to Albion Sunday afternoon where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jacobson. Mr. Jacobson is home from the hospital after surgery and they also helped Mrs. Jacobson ol>- servo her birthday. Mrs. Allan Watnem entertained at a coffee Saturday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Waldo Smeby and children of Mason City, Mrs. Roger Madsen and children of Sheffield and Mrs. Merlin Anderson and Jimmy of Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Howard Hellickson attended a shower for Gloria Sol- dow Thursday night at the First National Bank at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson at Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Other guests were relatives from Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards visited Sunday at the H. J. Nielsen home and at the home of Mrs. Ragna Bremsen at Rolfe and at the Eugene Struthers home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dippel of Belmond and Alton Mltsven of Bode were Saturday night supper guests at the Percy Wat- nems. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher were Saturday night supper guests at the Clarence Jensen home at Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson were Sunday supper guests at the Lawrence Anderson home at Duncombe. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson ' and family were Sunday overnight guests at the Palmer Enockson home at Ft. Dodge. Sunday dinner guests at the Antone Speichs were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speich and Michelle of Hampton. The latter were also Sunday overnight guests. Ann Ludwig, Ottosen To Wed In Fall ANN LUDWIG OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann, Des Moines, to Loren Seely of Kirksville, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Seely of Spirit Lake. The bride-elect attended Iowa State University and is employed by Dr. Alfredo D. Socarras. Her fiance attended Iowa State University and is a senior at Northeast Missouri State Teachers College. He plans to attend graduate school at the University of Missouri at Columbia. A September wedding is planned. TEACHER Miss Karin eleven is completing her 39th year as a teacher in the Madrid school system this term and was honored upon her retirement this year by many of her former pupils, school staff, parents and friends. VAN CAMP FOLGER'S COFFft com ZESTEE PRESERVES 2 LB. JAR STRAWBERRY 59 £ RED PLUM 49 ( ALKA- SELTZER 25 TABLET BTL •••••^•^•••M FLAV-R-PACK Instant Potatoes 160Z.PACK M^J HUNT'S CATSUP < f / NEW 26 02. GIANT SIZE ROBIN HOOD 12 oz. bottles Plus Deposit DREAM WHIP Dessert Topping fabulous days You're off to Miami Beach, then on to Puerto Rico for six glorious days of sightseeing, sports and generally "living it up." Then to New York for the windup. 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FRESH, CUT UP PAN READY FRYING CHICKENS 39. 33* WILSON'S CERTIFIED COLD CUTS 6 VARIETIES PKG. 29 Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday ALGONA The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. We Invite YQM To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE Thursday, May 11, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Oes MoinM-5 Johnson-Cink Nuptials Beverly Jean Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Lorene Johnson, Algona, became the bride of Robert J. Clnk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Clnk, Algona, April 22 at 11 a.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony. One hundred and eighty guests were present. Katlileen Griffin was organist and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo, soloist, Acolytes were Mike Ka- Jewski and Frank Esser. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Larry, wore a floor-length rosepoint lace cage with bell sleeves and chapel train •.ver an A-line gown of Peau de Sole. Her silk illusion veil was attached to a crown of aurora borealius. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. Patricia Cink, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, Karen Gardner, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Karla Gardner was flower girl and Steven Johnson ring bearer. Duane Nel- son was best man, Jan Gardner, groomsman, and ushers were Dick and Bill Robinson. A dinner was served at 1 p.m. at the KC hall and the reception followed. Mrs. Richard Tapp/ registered guests, Mrs. Ral',h Stoll cut the cake and Janet Cink dipped punch. Mrs. Doug Downs, Mrs. Jerry Seller and Mrs. Gerald Hanson opened the gifts. Mrs. Orville Farrow, aunt of the bride, served ice cream. The bride is a 1961 graduate of Algona High and is secretary for Kinsman and Sons Memorials. The groom is a 1959 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and served two years in the army. He is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. After their wedding tripl to northern Minn. . and Wise.,, the couple is at home in Algona. The groom's parents en- • tertained the wedding party in/ their home after the rehearsal Friday evening. (Mueller Studio 1 Photo). TO GRADUATE Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray will be at St. Paul, Minn., May 28, to attend the graduation of their twin daughters, Patty and Betty, from St. Catherine College. Patty will go to Washington, D.C. to be secretary to Sen. Mondale of Minnesota and Betty will teach In the Denver school system. - o - ARE BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held April 23 for Joanne Penning and Gary Penning, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Penning. - o - CONFIRMATION The following young folks were confirmed Sunday in the First Methodist church; Nancy Allen, Cindy Barrett, Debra Bulten, Cindy Burris, Jim Cubit, Barbara Harris, Anthony Hauser, Linda Hauser, Arvin Holldorf, Eugene Hunt, Michael Moulton, Gary Penning, Joanne Penning, Vicki Ricklefs, Douglas Schenck, Anne Schutter, James Simpson, Tom Skogstrom, Scott Voyles and Mark Will. - o - FAMILY DINNER A pre-Mother's Day dinner will be given Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom at which Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal, Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom will be guests. Mrs. Fardal is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. - o - CORNELL KIPPERS Mrs. Frank Moulton and daughter, Phyllis, and Mrs. Moulton's mother, Mrs. Frank Bjustrom, went to Mt. Vernon to attend the Cornell Kippers, a swimming exhibition held in the field house. Susan Moulton is a member. - o- KAREN COOPER, 13 Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper, celebrated her 13th birthday Friday and had as guests at a slumber party Lori Albright, Susan Walker, Nancy Allen, Sandra Allen, Cindy Bennett, Coleen King and Ruth Fisher. REBEKAHS MET ] Rebekah Lodge met Tuesday," evening in the Isaac Walton hall. '"' Mrs. Estella Seip and Mrs. Esther Barton were the serving*' committee. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB ' Atha Hardgrove entertained , her birthday club Wednesday ' evening. The birthday of Mrs. '.. James Allen was observed. - o - I' ROYAL NEIGHBORS ] Royal Neighbor Lodge will .' meet Thursday evening with Mrs. / Fred Geigel. "' Riverdale 4-H Met May 6 • Riverdale Rustlers Unit n met ',, May 6 at the Algona Extension * office. There was a May basket • exchange. Mrs. Klein and Diane ' Bormann won prizes. Pledge of allegiance was led by Jane Me-,. Guire. A demonstration on making a bed was given by Sandra Kollasch. Talks were given by Theresa Kohlhaas, Kathleen Plathe, and ,.. Michelle Thilges. Sister Mary -'.', Iva, art teacher, explained diff- -\ erent works of art at Garrigan \ High School. 4-H pledge was led by Mary Thilges. ''', Hostess was Debbie McGuire. "..• Guests were Mrs. Peter Reding, ," Mrs. Edward Thilges, Mrs. Ed- ,'-' ward McGuire, Mrs. ElbertThil- .' ges, and Mrs. Bill McGuire. ', Join The Services : Kossuth Selective Service an- . - nounces enlistments of Duane •:. Wempen, Buffalo Center, in the ; Air Force, Jon M. Deim of Al- '„ gona in the Navy, John Boland •/. of Swea City In the Coast Guard, •• and Glen Roger Hantelman in < the Army. Donald Krebsbach of Swea City and James Abbott were H April inductees. r* BRONZE STAR 'i Second Lt. John S. Hackett, son of Mr. and Mrs, George Hackett, EsthervUle, was awar* ded the bronze star medal March 30 for heroism in Vietnam. Lt. --. Hackett is a 1962 graduate of i EsthervUle high school and at- <v tended the University of Iowa o before enlisting in the Army.
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