The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1967 · Page 27
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, May II, 1967 LuVerne Women Attend Shower At Burt Church LUVERNE - Pamela Rusher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rusher, Bancroft, was honored at a post-nuptial shower Friday evening by about 50 friends and relatives at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt. Mrs. Rudy Willrett gave the Introductions and was In charge of the program. Corsages were presented by Hazel Steven and Arlene Marlow. Carol Zumach sang, accompanied by Elizabeth Radig and a poem was read by Victoria Koestler. A dessert luncheon was served by hostesses, Arlene Behnkendorf, Florence Koestler, Elizabeth Radlg, Marj. Lavrenz, Eda Peter, Bertha Willrett, June Presthus, Arlene Marlow, Dorothy Me Farland, Hazel Steven, Viola Cunningham, Gloria Presthus andE- dlth Tleman. Ladies attending from the Lu- Verne area were Mrs. LenaHinz, Mrs. William Miller, Mrs. John Blumer, Mrs. Richard Brlstow, Mrs. Earl Johns, Mrs. Clem Stripling, Jenifer Stripling, Mrs. Mervln Bristow, Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom, Mrs. Larry Day and Mrs. James Brown. Arlene Behnkendorf poured and Linda Meyer sat at guests book. Victoria Koestler, Judy Appelhons and Umla Meyer helped with gifts. - o Mrs. Alice Ha/iselman was a guest of her daughter Jane for Mothers Day weekend at State College, Cedar Falls, Among the events were Phi Sigma Phi Sorority luncheon at Waterloo, and Initiation of Jane into Purple Arrow, a scholastic honorary. A joint service of the LuVerne and Livennore Methodist Churches was hold Sunday in the Livermore church. It was rural life Sunday with dedication of the seed and soil. LeRoy Weber dedicated the seed and BerdineNy- gaard the soil. They had a pot luck dinner following the service. Violet Goetsch & Lena Biesemeyer were in Fort Dodge Monday attending an executive meeting of the district womans Society of Christian Service. The I.Y.F. of the LuVerne Methodist church are having a party and welnar roast at the church Wed. evening. They have invited Doris Taphorn Of Algona To Wed July 15 GIGANTIC FURNITURE SALE BEGINS AT 9 A.M. THURSDAY, MAY 11 FOR 15 DAYS IN FORMER RON & JACK'S BLDG. NORTH DODGE ST. - ALGONA REGISTER FOR FREE GIFTS Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. each night for your shopping convenience! SEE Special Color Section in Today's UDM Ifs full of values I DORIS TAPHORN Mr. arid Mrs. William Taphorn, Algona, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Doris, and John L. King, Algona, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James King. The wedding is being planned for July 15. the 6th graders and each will invite an individual guests, also. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Quebe and Chad, Iowa City, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby of Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Quebe of Corwtih. Mrs. Quebe Is the former Mary Lee Darby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby. Florence Godfrey of Ogallalla, Neb. came last Tuesday for an extended stay with her mother, Mrs. Ollle Godfrey. She came to help care for her mother who has not been well for some time. Mrs. Chris Anderson of Mesa, Ariz, called by phone Sunday. She is also a daughter of Mrs. Godfrey. Slieri Ramus was weekend guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus. Sheri is doing prac- Sure, you can get a great deal on a new car right now. But be sure you get a great car. Of ItCIUlHCt Only Pontiac dealers have both. Soe them tor d.M's on Firivrd, GTO. LoM.v-:, Gr.ind Prix, Borne-, h'o .vxi C.r.'.Vvi. today. SchultZ BrOS., South Phillips St., Algona, Iowa INDIANAPOLIS "500 TIME TRIALS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - 5:30 - 6:00 ON KLGA HE PEOPLE'S CHOICE *** 1600 KC tlce teaching In Des Moines this spring. Dora Schipull and Goldie Guest went to Fort Dodge Thursday evening. The occasion was a Bline dress showing in the apartment of Sonja Guest. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull were in Goldfield Sunday as guests of Carl Schipulls. James Mailory was a business caller In Des Moines last Wednesday. Laura Zwelfel, Faye Llchtyand Ann Smith were callers in the Rotary Home in Eagle Grove last Wed. Ann Smith also visited her son, Jtm, who is laid up with a broken leg. Rolland Stone of Atlantic was a visitor in the home of his mother Lucinda Stone. ReaAnn Brink of Ames was a weekend guest of her parents, Allen Brinks. Alvln Weber went to Minneapolis Sunday to bring Ella .lome. She had been a guest of Jerry Webers for the past two weeks. Scott, son of Jerry Weber, had his tonsils removed. The Tuesday Club held their annual luncheon Tuesday at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty visited Mr. and Mrs. Garfleld Raecher in Meservey Sun. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weber and family were guests for dinner Sunday of Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Wigans & family of Renwick. The dinner was in honor of the birthday of Allen Wigans of Cedar Falls. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wigans and family of Iowa City, Mrs. Allen Wigans and family of .Cedar Falls, Claretta- Wigans of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clancy of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Elbert were hosts at Dinner Sunday honoring their daughter Lisa on her second birthday. Other guests were Mr. &Mrs. August Elbert of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bob David of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. John Elbert and family of Spencer,, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elbert •• and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hefti of LuVerne. Rita Patterson, Zelda Witztl and Darrel Trauger went to Anns to attend career day at Veishea and other activities one of which was the parade Sat. morning. Rita was one of the final 15 in the Veishea leadership scholarship award. Rita received one quarter's tuition at Iowa State University. They all returned home in time for the prom in the evening. • Mr;, .and Mrs.. .Sctirfakenberg went to Ames Saturday for Vei- shea. Carol Ristau Is Honoree, LuVerne Shower Sentral Seniors View The Future CAROL RISTAU LUVERNE - A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon, May 7, in the Lutheran church parlors in honor of Carol Ristau, bride-elect of Eldrid Easterhaus of Maryville, Mo. The program was opened with devotions by Mrs. Albert Nielsen. Sharol Hefti and Linda Harmon each gave a reading. A quiz game and a sing-along were enjoyed by all. Joan and Jane Nielsen closed the program, singing. Susan Ristau and Lynn Hanselman assisted Carol in opening her many useful gifts. There were about 50 in attendance. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Albert Nielsen, Mrs. Fay Harmon, Mrs. L, C. Wittmeier, Mrs. Joe Fouarge and Mrs. Richard Bristow. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau of LuVerne. Eldrid is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Easterhaus of Salisbur, Mo. The wedding will be held June 10 in the LuVerne Lutheran church, Carol attends Northwest Missouri College in Maryville. Eldrid is employed by the Farmers Home Adminstration in Maryvllle, MUSHROOMS Carl Martin of Delta is finding more and larger mushrooms this year than ever before in his mushroom hunting. Martin's largest single root mushroom found last month had twenty-four perfect little mushrooms on it. FENTON - Sentral's senior class ol 1967 has some pretty definite ideas of what its members want to do, or intend to do, after graduation this month. Here are their comments in answer to what they expect to do after graduation: Douglas Acker son - attend Estherville Junior College. Audrey Bergum - attend Mankato Commercial College; to be a medical secretary. Cheryl Berkland - attend Ft. Dodge Junior College; to be a clerical secretary. Tim Berkland - National Air Guard. Kathryn Ann Bierstedt-attend Midwest Automation Training, Kansas City, Mo. Linda Breese - attend Estherville Junior College, business course. Ronnie Dacken - attend Ft. Dodge Junior College, Renee Douglas - attend La James College of Hairstyling at Mason City. Jayne Dreyer - attend Estherville Junior College. Vicki Elmers- attendMankato Commercial College; be a secretary. Dale Eldridge - attend Mason City Junior College. Roger England- Navy. Don Ennen- work in Ft. Dodge Post Office. Patricia Foster - work as nurses aide. Cecelia Gangsted - attend Estherville Junior College. Allen Hall- attend Estherville Junior College. Bill Hassel-Wartburg College, Waverly, la. Cheryl Jensen - Modeling School. Brian Johnson -attend Estherville Junior College. Douglas Kading - attend Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Nebr. Steven Kennedy - attend Mankato Commercial College. Hollee E. Krause-attend Wisconsin State University, LaCrosse, Wise., major inphysical education. Michael Lee - attend Bethel College, Minneapolis, Minn. Mary Lou Larson — attend State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, major in music and art. Leslie Luedtke — attend Es• therville Junior College. Rita Luedtke — attend Esther£ villa Junior College; be a ' teacher. Mary Emilie Mienke — attend Estherville Junior College; then State College of Iowa; plans to teach high school English. Janell Newbrough-attend State University of Iowa; nursing. Steven Petersen - Macalester College. David Radig-Navy. Perry Radig - Work away. Gary Rath - attend Mankato State College. Ervin D. Root - Attend Iowa State University, Ames; major in electrical engineering. Jeanette Ruhnke - attend La James College of Hairstyling at Mason City. John W. Salisbury - service. Kathryn Schadendorf - attend Estherville Junior College; teaching. Richard Shaw - Iowa State University; engineering. Judy Strohman-attend Esther- ville Junior College. Jennifer Struecker - civil service, Tom Struecker - attend Iowa State University; forestry. Candace Vaudt - attend State University of Iowa; nursing. Diane Vaudt-attend LaJarnes Beauty School, Mason City. Cheryl Weisbrod - attend Estherville Junior College. Marlys Wichtendahl - attend La James Beauty school in Ft. Dodge. ________ A clock that gains or loses one-hundreth second a day is not accurate enough for some scientific purposes. On April 27, the Ramsey Ladies Guild met in the afternoon. A program on Mother's Day was presented by Mrs. ' Arthur Wirtjes, Mrs. Meint Hdsman and Alice Pannkuk. Hostesses were Mesdames Alvin Melnders, John Janssen, John Ubben, Elmer Gray, Richard Gray and Henry Radmaker. HAS THE... ... GONE OUT OF YOUR CAR? IF SO, IT'S TIME TO SEE ONE OF THESE . . . USED CARS 1965 Chevrolet Impala 4-door Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide transmission, power steering, radio, tinted glass, whltewall tires, beige color with fawn interior $1796 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne 4-door Sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard 3-speed transmission, radio $975 1965 Ford Custom 4-door Sedan, 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, radio, dark blue color. NICE $1325 1964 Chevrolet Impala 4-door Sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard 3-speed transmission, radio $1050 1963 Chevrolet Impala 4-door, 6-passenger Station Wagon, V-8 engine, Powerglide transmission, radio, tinted glass. All the little extras on this one. EXTRA CLEAN. Turquoise color. 1963 Chevrolet Impala 2-door Hardtop, V-8 engine, Powerglide transmission, radio, tinted glass, white color. CLEAN. 1962 Chevrolet Impala 4-door Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide transmission, power steering, radio. 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What could be more practical than an appliance that will allow Mother more time to spend with her family. Make this Mother's Day a very, very special occasion with a General Electric portable dishwasher. Save time and work — and make her life more enjoyable. Ask us today about the many models and colors available. 1 North Iowa Appliance Center ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3818

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