The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1967
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14—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Moy 18, 1967 AROUND ALGONA \ ttiw^ MR. .VCD MRS. and dsarliter, Lcirr., ittende; Veishea at Iowa State Vruvf-sity in Airifs and r;s;:?j tht s^-r,. Alas, student si L v .e I'nivr-rsitv. They ittenied the&irurdjyi^fr- ncon rr.atiriee r.7fffr.tit:ir. :•' "Cameioi", vtj'ch t. v j?. rfr-or: NEW TEXANi in the apartment above Kir. and Mrs. Gknr. Jones on South Jones street ;s Charles Baker, who moved las: Monday. Ke is empioved ':" Tnermoras. LARRY BOXNETTE left recently for his second tour of duty in Viet Nam. JUDY PAKKOTT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrot; and student at State College of bwa at Cedar Fails, spent the weekend a week ago with her parents. On the 13th, she participated in formal installation into Alpha Delta Pi sorority, which is now establishing national affiliation. JOEL HARRIS, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, was met by his mother at Minneapolis a week ago Wednesday to spend several days with his parents. Traveling by plane, he was en- route from Oakland, Calif, to New Jersey for a month's training for Warner-Chilcott, by whom he has been employed for the past two months. His wife ana their son, Bard, are with her parents in Phoenix, Ariz, during his absence. Marilyn Harris, student at State Teacher College, Cedar Falls, and daughter "of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris, spent the weekend here with her parents and brother. PATRICL4. WASSENBERG, a niece of Mrs. Luke Linnan, came from Minneapolis to visit the Linnans during the weekend. Another guest was her sister, Fredrica, Spokane, Wash. Mrs. Linnan entertained a few friends at luncheon and bridge last Tuesday at the Algona Country Club. Alvina Mayer was also a weekend guest of the Linnans. MRS. JOHN FOTH returned to her own home last week Monday. She had been with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Foth, following serious surgery recently. Mrs. William Lewis, Chicago, and Mrs. OrmalSteffin, Truman, Minn., nieces of Mrs. Foth's, were recent visitors. SHARON SMITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, and her roommate from Philadelphia, Penn., spent Mother's Day weekend here with Sharon's parents. Sharon teaches at Wellman and plans to teach remedial reading this summer. MR. AND MRS. James Chalstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Frank King, Les Foxlioven and Bob Johnson were among the one thousand JayCees attending the annual convention in Davenport, where new state officers were elected. Frank King is state director for the local club. RECENT GUEST of Mrs. Celia Deal for the weekend was her granddaughter, Kathy Coleman of San Francisco, who then went to Des Moines to visit her father and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Coleman. Kathy is an airline- hostess, with nights between San Francisco and New York City. She returned last month from a trip to South America. MRS. HAROLD SUNDET spent last weekend at Decorali where she attended the banquet and style show at Luther College. She remained overnight with her children, Bruce and Sharon, students at the college. Sharon will leave May 2G by plane from Minneapolis to New York and then by jet to Frankfurt, Germany. She will then travel by train to England, where she will be with another girl and two boys at Horthrop Hall, Rugby, England. The girls will spend two and one half weeks at community work, and the two boys will remain for a year. Sharon will tour Norway and visit her mother's relatives with another girl. They plan to visit Sanya Svetman, former foreign student at the Algona Higli School, at Stockholm. From there they will travel to Germany and then to Paris. They plan to return to Frankfurt on July 4, and return home. In England Sharon will be working with youth in the Christian Community of the Lutheran church, under Oie guidance of two Luther (Decorali) College graduates. Bruce plans to enter business this summer with his father. He will leave January 30 with 30 students and two'in- structors to study flora and fauna in Hawaii. The students are -ill Viology majors. MR. AND MRS. Richard Thoresor. and children, Becky xia David, spent Mother's Day --ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Thoresc:; it Sririt Like. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Mur- tigh wul leave I;, piar.t from Chi cage, to spend five da;, s in Alliance. Ke is a member of two will l-e jj::;ed in Boston 1-. Mr. .---,d Mrs. Vic Parsons arid Mr. will travel or. separate flights. MRS. MILES SLONIKER will leave tomorrow (Fri.) for Ken- :<shi, Wise., where she vin spend about a week. She will bring lack t: Algor.a her mother, Mrs. W. w. Seme, wr.;, will visit here about MR. AND MRS. H. W. Miller left Saturday morning to spend the weekend in Minnesota. Thev visited his brother, Myron Miller at Minnesota Lake, Satur- da> and overnight. The;.- then proceeded to Owatonna where they visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kuchenbecker, and observed the birthday of Mrs. Kuchenbecker and Mother's Dav. DR. AXD MRS. Mel vin Bourne and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes observed Mother's Day with dinner at the Algona Country Club. MRS. ME LVLN BOURNE entertained at luncheon at the Algona Country Club and bridge afterward at her home May 12. Guests included a group of ladies from Elmore, Minn.: Mrs. Merrill K. Smith, Mrs. Everett Teems, Mrs. Harold Norman, Mrs. William Coupanger, and Mrs. F. Yahnke; also Mrs. Vallo Naudain and Mrs. Kirk Hayes of .Algona. MR. .-VXD MRS. Robert Black will have as guests Memorial Day weekend their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrsf Charles Mitchell, Cedarville, Ohio. Both Marilyn and her husband attend Cedarville College. MRS. WADE SULLIVAN and her daughter, Mrs. (Mollie) W. B. MacDonald will leave tomorrow (Fri.) to visit Sheila Sullivan in Minneapolis for the weekend. LARRY JOHNSON joined the Sundet Insurance Agency on the first of May. He is the son of the Harvey Johnsons, and he and his wife, Delores, have four children. MRS. NAT BANGS, Jr., Mrs. Jack Chrischilles, Mrs. Julian Chrischilles and Mrs. Rex Taylor left Monday to attend performances of the Metropolitan Opera in Minneapolis. They returned home Wednesday. MRS. MELVIN BOURNE and her daughter, Mrs. Kirk Hayes, spent the early part of the week in Minneapolis where they attended the performance Monday evening of the Metropolitan Opera Company of Verdi's "The Masked Ball", performed in English, and on Tuesday evening the performance of Verdi's "Aida". The Metropolitan is on one of its rare midwestern tours. Mrs. Bourne and Mrs. Hayes returned to Algona Wednesday. Lutheran Conclave Officers k fin v -> 1 I star -H v ; . ^Sr[EB^^sEHS^^?^ Iowa district ALCW first vice president, who was the Spencer, re-elected conference president; Mrs. Richard secretary; Dr. C. Richard Evenson, Minneapolis, executive lencan Lutheran church. Second row, from left: Mrs. Mildred Opsall, Armstrong, re-elected treasurer• Mrs lendrikson. Esthervliie, retiring secretary of education; Mrs. Nels treasurer ' Mls " -retary; Mrs. Robert There were some 450 women in attendance at the convention from American ™ Anti-Poverty Unit Gives O.K., Consolidation The two committees agreed that the Northwest Iowa area of Buena Vista, Clay, and Dickinson counties would merge with the Upper Des Moines area of Emmet, Palo Alto, Pocahontas and Kossutli counties. This means the Northwest Iowa corporation would be dissolved and the Upper Des Moines corporation would continue and serve all seven counties. The group decided that Emmetsburg would be the location of the administrative office. The committees agreed that M. Peter Hart, the present Director of the Upper Des Moines, would be the Director of the seven county area. They asked Hart to assume administrative reponsibility for the seven county area immediately. Those present at this meeting were Rev. Dallas Roland, Sioux Rapids; Jacqueline Hansen, Newell; Mrs. G. E. Pollen, Spencer; Rev. C. A Hyde, Peterson; Rev. Robert Ruleman, Milford; Ernest Shaffer, Spirit Lake; Joseph Straub, Algona; Rev. T. C. Nash, Pocahontas; Jo Ann Rittgers, Emmetsburg; Rev. J. F. McCreary, Gruver; and Bernice Heneman, Armstrong. Cresco Boys The May meeting of the Cresco Boys was called to order by the Vice President Steven Rocheleau. Talks were given by Peggy Sabin, Dave Roethler and Steve Rochleau. We pick members for two committees for tour day. Wesleyan Is Honored For His Courtesy Michael Froehlich of Wesley received a letter of commendation recently from Gene Needles, Iowa Commissioner of Public Safety, for his assistance at the scene of an accident April 3. The mishap occurred on highway 18 between Sexton and Wesley and Froehlich assisted Patrolman Tom Cogdall who was called to investigate. He was cited for assisting the motorist whose vehicle was disabled and in a dangerous location on the highway. The commendation was a result of his courtesy in the matter. Riverdale 4-H Riverdale Rustlers Unit I met May 6. They went to the art department at Garrigan and looked at the art display. Then they had lunch and a meeting and demonstrations. Debbie McGuire was hostess. There was a May basket exchange. Guests were mothers Mrs. Bill McGuire, Mrs. Edward McGuire, Mrs. Eddy Thilges, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. Clarence Bormann. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" The Executive Committees of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity Inc., and the Northwest Community Action Association, Inc., met May 15 in the OEO offices in Emmetsburg. to work out details of the merger of the CAP agencies. The decisions made will be presented to a joint meeting of both boards on Monday evening May 22, for final approval. The target date of the merger is June 1. THEY'RE HERE (Two New4-Wheel-Drive Pickups!) © ft graduation gifts for the active young man "KKSsSS \m& •&*'.'• «•<•! •s 'it 1 I isS"*.! I [ •ui.^.ra i ^.TKJ ~ WlljjfJ II Every graduating young man wi feel the confidence of maturity in u handsome new summer suit from the Hub Clothiers. A large variety o materials and styles to fit each in dividual taste - in both the two button and three-button styles. of Units like the above two 1967 CMC 4-wheel-drive pickups are in great demand - but in short supply. We are fortunate to have TWO such % ton trucks on hand - rarin' to go! Pictured in front of the trucks is Dick Krapp (left), who is accepting the keys to his new CMC pickup from Walt Bradley, salesman for Joe Bradley Equipment. Dick is the sales and serviceman for Joe Bradley Firestone. No matter what your truck needs might be - stop in at Joe Bradley Equipment and take a good look at America's greatest line of trucks — CMC! 5S5KWKKK K!MMIJ«( ' Ready-Mix Trucks Cattle Trucks Road Construction Trucks General Construction Trucks All-Purpose Farm Trucks The Truck you need for your job - Let Us Design a GMC for You - "AUTHORIZED GMC DIESEL AND TORO-FUOW DIESEL. SALES & SERVICE DEPARTMENT" •< The active graduate will appreciate a versatile new sport coat for semiformal summer wear. Quality coats in a wide array of summer colors and styles - complimented by sharp new slacks by Masterbilt. Quality Brand Name Gift Suggestions: GMC SERVICE GMC PARTS GMC SALES "General Motorvlrained men in every department" JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Van Heusen Dress Shirts McGregor Sport Shirts Wembley Ties Freeman Shoes Rolfe's Billfolds Jade East Toiletries l[ itf ( Swank Jewelry Campus Sport Shirts Lee Slacks Interwoven Socks Jockey Underwear Samsonite Luggage Algona ALGONA, IOVVA

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