The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1967
Page 14
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<• •'i.jyonci (la.) Upper Des Molnos Thursday, May 55, Louise Paulsen Of Ringsted Is Engaged To Wed LOUISE PAULSEN Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Ruil- sen of Ringsted announce tlie engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Louise, of Algona, to Roger Rocli- leau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rochleau of Algona. An August 13th wedding is being planned. Miss Paulsen is employed by the firm of McMahon and Cassel and Mr. Roch- leau is engaged in farming. Memorial Day Observance Set, Ledyard •LEDYARD - Memorial Day services will Iv held at the Ledyard school auditorium Tuesday, May 30, at 9:30 a. m. Rev. Victor Vriesen will Vv UV speaker. Taking part in the, will be the Boys State represe:v- tative, Ray Govern, LynnMunyer, Girls State representative, Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier, eighth district American Legion Auxiliary president. Poppy poster will be presented by Mrs. Earl Jorgenson. The Legion commander, Orville Brandt and post chaplain, Howard Klinksiek, will open the program. Music '-nil be provided by the school hind. Others taking part will lv the Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Junior American Legion Auxiliary, Girl Scouts and Brownies. The Memorial service will follow at the town jMrk, v,ith the Matzener - Estle American Legion post in charge. - o - SHOWER HOXOREE There will be an open house miscellaneous shower honoring Vickie TJ»rtg*s si the Ssc-.vd Kf-srt Catholic ohnrch hsll Sst- \u\1s.y, ,Tnnf S, si ?;JO p. m. All frteivSs »IK! wlstivM srv invited to sitfrvi. \v> ^hfv in- vitAtuvis s-.v vVing «>nt, Miss Tfrilpcs \i-ijj Nvornf ttv % ori>1# MJ?fr\Y>r, VRllsvx of Calf- v j ,or.i\, Minn.. ,"onf 24. - o - twr. M,v i!\ Kf • U" Of. Vhf WTV hSh> IS the S .-SDrichild fo.-. Va\«. £ra.n&, A>ujrm<?r of V.v.ftiKiWvs. Oniii<? Sr&!vSt. st Bffftw 5v'~sr!- o.vy, Ma.y J&, a! J j\ IT,, All friends and t-flatiws are invited to attend. No otfvr in- vitstioriS Arv Wirif sont. Mis* 5>rftTKjJ v-u; VOv^rrsf ;?if brio? of \Ur%-iu Sipivslvor .1: Titcmka ;r, .'-.^e. - v \ Mr. A.V. Mrs. USoy Tfrses. Xort!; KifMAaSs, Ca2i'., are Brents of tteir swond c.v.1.-;, i Xiy, TlUiVyv Ks\vH home Vvidv s-f.Vr ft three visit «W. hfr son srid family, Sup!, snd V,vs. Oijfniin Hsrdt st Hsw!«vV, sivi ^vWi Mrs, VV>ra N<vV. Wf. s -( ?v>rvi. Mr. and Mrs, Vlmr; Anilevson vv.-e asso quests of {hr H*w?ts on Mother's l>A,y. Sev, Victor Vvif>s*n •XMS re- losfeo '"rorr, Riffalv^ Center hos^ piffi.' Ss tin-day fcftfv several days' hosivitSJiMlion. Sev. «"v^n Keirt- evs, psstor of the rresfcyteriAn v-.h«-.vh in lAkofa. oonoUscte-d Hie morriitig MvrsTiif 1 ser\-jc-es Sunday. Mrs. Kdns XoliRso.h «~as released iron-, St. Ann hospital in Alpons Thnrsda>' and is now at the Soy Koiissou honie, wesiey. Is your offie-f ;V.rnitKre ir. sa>1 shftw T took over :be new office «1esks, chairs, files Arul safes s: :he Of;1v-e Supplv Dept. of TKK UPT-SS DES MOIXES. 15005560 BEST WISHES to HAGG-TURNER POST NO. 90 on the new VETERAN'S MEMORIAL PAINTING & DECORATING BY Mergen & Webster! Algona Painters & Decorators ; Leo M. Mergen 295-2142 1 5 ! ! P o e oo _c_8j)_o o c c Merle G. Webster 295-3494 We Congratulate The AMERICAN LEGION On rhe New Veteran's Memorial, at Dodge & Call streets, Algona. Q>^ ^^ PUBLIC INVITED American Legion Open House MEMORIAL DAY TUESDAY, MAY 30 The SECURITY STATE BANK — with office in LuVerne, la. — 1 E. STATE ALGONA Legionnaires Relax With Modern Electric Air Conditioning! *f *i i } . 'Yi • >.r i i i • /I * *>~i M i t f \ 1 i ^ ! i ' \ 1 J 1 ' i < I 5 * r ^ • \ .'• i is '' \N \ The members and guests at the new American Legion headquarters in Algona can relax in cool comfort this summer - thanks to the 16 tons of Lennox electric air conditioners installed by Laing Plumbing and Heating of Algona. In the above photo, Ed Farrell (left), house committee chairman, and Frank Saiter (right), commander of the Legion, discuss final details of installation of the electric air conditioners with Chuck Volk, public relations representative for the Algona Municipal Utilities. FOR THE MOST COMPLETE AND EFFICIENT AIR CONDITIONING AVAILABLE, CONTACT T1 ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BB^^^^^^^HRtJIIiXBJi^fBfj^BsS^W morial HONORING THE MEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES Let us pause this day to honor the many Americans who fought the many battles for freedom. And let us rededicate our- selves to the principles for which they 'made the supreme sacrifice. THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THESE PUBLIC SPIRITED MERCHANTS Taylor Implement Co. Funk Plumbing & Heating Hood's Snp^r Vain Zender'i Tlierinogas Co. of Algona Irons Heating tt Plumbing Cowan Corporation J. C. Penney Co. IWMI^^^MMM^M^MWMMM Schulti Bros. Garage & Oil Station Jack's O.K. Tire Service Kirk's Shoe Store Bjnsirom FurnRure Co. Graham'i The Chrlschilles Store Modern Dry Cleanen Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'p Swanson's Food Store Algona Produce Co. Harrison's Variety Coast-t<fcCoait Store Algona Greenhonsei Behr Standard Service North Central PibUc Serrke Oo. Post Tramfer & Storatfe No. Iowa Appliance Center Algona Plumbing & fleattog Dan Garage A Body Shop Foiter Furnltare Co. Viking Oil Co. Bnscher Broi. Implement Koisoth Motor Co. Read's Furniture Hutzell Office A School Snp.l» Sheakleyg Iowa State Bank Salter'i Dtvti Paint Smoke Shop Honsbrnch Drag Consolidated Co-Op Creameriet Wfltgen Jfewelen Joe Bradley Equipment Taylor Motor C*. Lenthold-WllUami (The Hub Clothlera) Frederick Hardware Algona Flour & Feed Bomgaars 5 & 10 Shllts Brownbilt Shoe Store Lalng Plumbing & Heating Ludwig's Cafe United Building Center North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Lindsay Soft Water of Algoaa Universal Mfg. Co. Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Sherwln-WlUlams PalnU Chrlstensen'i The Security State Bank Sharp's Jewelry Algona Theatre Co. Perctval Moton 8 «t L Dept, Store Algona Implement Co. Ernie WilUanu - John Deere Upper Dei Molnef PublUhhn Co.

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