The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1967 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1967
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CHRIS HATCH, Phil McBride, Bill McDonald, Cathy McDonald, Rick Nielsen, Tammy Parrisli and Don Sindelar were confirmed during ceremonies at the Congregational church hare Sunday by Rev. Frank Harcey. Assisting was Al Buchanan. DAVID KNECHT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Knecht, Charles City, made his first communion Mother's Day. In observance of this, a few guests from this community were at the Knecht home in Charles City for dinner and supper. They were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eischeid of Algona, Mrs. Wilbur Knecht and children, Mrs. Joseph Knecht and Edward Knecht of Whittemore. Later guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Knecht of Elma. MRS. FRANK Vera was guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hagen, Sunday at Titonka. The Ted Veras of Buffalo Center spent the day at their cottage at Okoboji.They were here Friday to visit Ted's mother, Mrs. Vera. MR. AND MRS. Elvin Moore and children came from Cedar Falls to spend Mothers Day with the parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and Mr. Moore's mother Mrs. Harold Smith. MR. AND MRS. Warren Nelson entertained at a family dinner Mothers Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butts, Des Moines, Mrs. Frank Butts, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson and Mary Wirtjes. MRS. VERONICA Roethler had as guests Mothers Day, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roethler, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch, Whittemore, Mrs. Helen Kramer, Bancroft, Mrs. Alice Clayton and the respective families. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Metzger, Sr., were dinner guests Mothers Day of their son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr. MRS. C. N. Robinson and Mildred had as Mothers Day guests Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephens, TWICE DAILY EAST END GROCERY ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 5-3762 Loren and Kathy, Ayrshire, Mrs. Earl Miller, Spring Valley, Minn., Gregg and Jeff Snyder and Marilyn Miller, La Hahre, Calif. MRS. MARY Devitt has returned from Long Beach, Calif., where she spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. John Bor- ningham. FRED HAGEN has been at Clear Lake visiting his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schram. MR. AND MRS. Mike Stoffel of Willmar, Minn., visited with Mrs. Stoffel's father, Frank Cink who is a patient at St. Ann hospital. James Stoffel, son of Mike Stoffel, is with the U. S. Navy on the U.S.S. Tidewater. He was in Rome May 7 and visited the Vatican and got the Pope's blessing. MR. AND MRS Jess Dugan had as guests Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly, Sioux Falls, S. D. MR. AND MRS. Earl Bowman entertained at a family dinner Mothers Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier and family, Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig and family, Lone; Rock, Mrs. Eliza Angle, mother of Mrs. Bowman, and Mrs. Sarah Lallier. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Riedlnger and Don accompanied Ed Meyer Industrial Arts teacher, to the State College at Cedar Falls Friday. A scholarship banquet was held Friday evening and Saturday morning awards were given. Don was one of four winners and received a four year scholarship. MOTHERS DAY guests of Mrs. Ann Hanson were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mortenson and Todd, Mason City. MRS. LYDIA Wetzel had as guests Saturday her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wetzel, Austin, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel. Sunday guests were her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peter, Alpha, Minn., her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMahon and family, Fort Dodge, and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Wetzel, Lone Rock. MRS. NELLIE QOOKjvas din-.. ner guest Sunda; at the C :.try Club of her son and daughc' . in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard : Cook. Guests in the afternoon were her sons and daughters-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cook, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Russell GRADUATION us FROM ZENDER'S, OF COURSE! SPORT SHIRTS by Arrow & Shapely *?•• KNIT SHIRTS by Jantzen — Arrow Munsingwear v ',• Perma Press SLACKS by Haggar & Jaymar "•" V Perma Press BERMUDAS by Haggar k : J J GIFT PROBLEM ? GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE Let him make his own selection ENDER QUALITY CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS Shari Arndorfer Of Algona To Wed Sept. 2 Shari Arndorfer of Algona, daughter of Mrs. Helen Arndorfer and the Lite Henry Arndorfer, -.'.ill be married to Richard Lavrenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz of Hurt. Miss Arndui'fer is a graduate of La James College uf Hairstyling at Mason City and is employed at Fran's Ucatityrania at Algona. Her fiance is employed at Ken's Antn Service in Algona. The wedding is planned for Sept. 2. Cook, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Dwiglit Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cook. MR. AND MRS. LeroyCrapser had their son Russell and wife of Waterloo and Mrs. Emma Frances, mother of Russell's wife, Britt, as dinner guests Sunday. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt, custodians of the Ambrose Call State park, have returned from a vacation at Murfresboro, Ark. Mr. Wyatt, who is interested in precious and semi-precious stones, visited the diamond mines and craters and found a small diamond. They returned via Pella where the tulip festival was at it's peak. MRS. GENE Hood spent from Thursday to Saturday at Des Moines visiting her sister, Mrs. Frances Bonder, who recently returned from a trip to Spain. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Reding and Clair attended the 25th Jubilee to the priesthood of Msgr. W.' Bauer, 'at the Cathedral, Sioux City/ Msgr. Bauer was formerly assistant pastor at St. Cecelia's. JERRY LEWIS attended a meeting of the board of directors of the regular Baptists at Des Moines. L/C PI RONALD Waldera left by plane from Fort Dodge, Tuesday for Camp Pendleton, Cal., after spending three weeks visiting his family and parents. SEVEN MONTHS ago, Leroy Crapser had the bones in both wrists broken while unloading some machinery. One wrist was injured more than the other and he was taken to Mason City for setting and repair work. He and Mrs. Crapser went there Tuesday and it is possible this will be the final trip, depending on the condition, MRS. EMMA Crouch was at Thor recently to spend the day with her sister, Mrs. A. J. On- nerem. MR. AND MRS. A. D. Crawford have had as guests the past fortnight their daughter, Mrs. Richard Nelson and son Andy, Denver, Colo. The visitors left for home Tuesday. WILLIAM HEDRICK, LuVerne, spent Monday at his home. He was taken there by his sun-in- law and daughter, .Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker, for the day. Mr. Hedrick is able to walk now with the aid of a walker. MRS. PAUL Dettmoji and her nephew, Dick Godfredson, went to Des Moines last week and were guests of Mrs. Dettman's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkki. They also visited her granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Surbaugh, to whom a son, Steven Gary, was born April 19. Mrs. Surbuudi is the former Sherrie Kinkki. MR. AND MRS. Koy Paulson, Oseo, Minn., were weekend guests of Mrs. Paul Dettman. MRS. CELIA Deal had as guests Sunday her son-in-aw and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Al Colenuui, Gilbertville. With them were three of the younger children of family. MR. AND MRS. Ollie.\asby had as Mothers Day weekend guests their son John, Jackson, Minn., and their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Panko. MK. AND MRS. G. W. Kruse • n\ ht-ri-- from Pas.ulena. Calif. f"i' .' visit with friends. Lat r tli--;. v.LU uo to Glen- w.x'xi f-r .•: r<'iin;o:iof Mr. Krusc's cl.iss. Mrs. Knisi will It' rc- !r..--in ; 'vrt.-i as Irene Miller and li'.T ^ist/T, Vivian, San Moreno, C.Jif., .,!•••• .i.iii,.).t.-'rs of the l.ito M:. a;;.i Mrs. K. H. Miller. MKS. HENRY L';u;strom has ;•• Mrnc-.i fr-m K.iehvster, Minn. ••'•!:•• !•••• s:i' iuni sur.,ir;. for re- ir. -vAl i'f .-, cataract. She is :i.aki;i.. . . '.ii.»i rc-covi ry. Slie was ..•u,''.st .it .!i:i;K-r M.-thers Da;, of ;,t-r .S":i-i;',-l.:w an.'i'iatii.htfr, Mr. .•;i.l Mrs. :v:i Deal. Ledyard PTO Names Officers For New Year LEDYAHL) - Officers elected at M.<nd,r. nijit's Paront- Meml«rs of the junior class are now selling their recipe books. They are priced at $2 and contain 261 tested recipes submitted by friends and relatives of the class members. The proceeds of the sales will help pay the expenses of the junior- senior banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson moved to their new home Thursday. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and Thursday, May 18, 1967 Algona (1,3.) Upp«r D«t Moin«t-3 family, Mr. and Mrs. Thalfred Udstuen and Linda, and Mrs. Ida Darnell. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Runksmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darnell and Candace, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hoffman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herzog and Cindy were weekend visitors in the Harold Herzog home. Sunday guest;; were Mrs. Louise Herzog, Walter Herzog, Mrs. Ann Torgorson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson. Mrs. Ida Darnell returned to her own home Friday after spending a week at her daughter's home, the Orville Runksmeiers, follovang her release from the Blue Earth hospital. she doesn 't know about.. are ; vice president, Mr.-,. Howard Klinksiek ; secrc!tar\, Mrs. Leim McCo\ ; a:id trea.suror, Mrs. Vornon Sinitli. Mrs. Lowell L'nderbakke, wltij has lieen vice president fnj- the past year, will l>e jn-esidi'iit the 19G7-G8 school \ The ITO also voted to pa> .^3 00 tov.ard a new piano lor the school auditorium. COUNTY MEETING Then. 1 will be a meeting of the Legion posts of Kossuth county at the Ledyard Legion hall Thursday evening, May 18, at 8:00. Election of nnnnty officers will be held. Joe Borschnuui of Lakota is the present county commander. POST 8-0 WIN The Ledyard baseball team played Rake on the local diamond Tuesday and won, 8-0. The battery for Ledyard was Bill Johnson to Ray Govern. Ledyard had 8 runs, 6 hits and 2 errors and Rake had no runs, 2 hits and no errors. Bill Johnson had 13 strikouts. For Ledyard, Govern hit a home run and Bill Johnson a double. Big fans may move the air and help a bit on a hot, humid day, but an electric air conditioner • moves cool air through your home • removes excess humidity • filters the air to get rid ot annoying pollens • lets you rest better, relax more when it's sweltering outdoors With an electric air conditioner, you get the correct balance of cooling dehumidification and air filtration—all so important to comfortable summer living. Don't wait for the really hot days to get here. Visit your favorite dealer today to see about comfort-conditioning your house now with an Algona Municipal Utilities Will you pay the price of a Cadillac...and not get one? 1 .Hi T.I IK i lii nis.inds nl |u-ii|)li- .in- (I i \\ irijj i ars i usi as nun h a- .1 (. .id ilia i \ i-t pi n\ idr lar li'ss in nmliii in).' satis- 1.11 i inn. el i>i i in 1 1 U in ,IIK| lusiin^ \alur. A lew mi nu (rs with .m .nilln ii j/rd (. .idill.H drali-r and a lr\\ miles a( lllc u hrrl •'I .1 I adillai i an pi'iArnl sou hum making this umiri rs- ~-ii \ i nm|)iiimisi-. I In- I,u i i-.. il \<>u rv planning in buy in tin- mc'dium-pric r Ian}.''', an in vrsli}£iil inn could show llial \mi an- \ IT\ i lose In a Cadillac ill cnst. And it is jjt niT.dK ,u knou Ird^'cd 11 la I a I'ad iliac Imlds ils \ a I uc so \\rll llial il ai lualK in-l-> Irs* in nwn than many Inwcr |M ii fd i iirs. Kijilil iin\\. \ our aiilhnri/cd draliT has a line sc|< i (inn ol modi-Is and < nines— with all (he advanced en- j.'Jm'i'rin^. super!) prrlnnii;mcc and main salely le;ilures llial make a Cadillac a C adillac. Kvcry year ymi wail is i listing \ nu ils |jrice in personal pleasure and suiislaction. Whv lint see your Cadillac dealer helnre the week is nut? Your Cadillac dealer has the answer. K M I IIOIM/.I I) I'ADII.I.Ai 1 DI.AI.I.K'S ATTK.U'TIVI-. M.I.I.CTION <>l MAY AM) l'M.1) I ADII.I.AfS. SCHULTZ BROS, South Phillips Algpno, Ipwq

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