The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 15
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Veterans Memorial - New Home Algona American Legion Post (jjapj Chicago Hotel Invites Area Visitors Thursday, May 25, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnw-7 Hiss Norcross &i Wed Recently I LuVerne i||llf: Joanna Rae Norcross, daugh- f!?fter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nor- Hf'cross, LuVerne, and Stephen ;|f;§Packard, son of the Carroll Pac- §|§;kards, Goldfleld were married Mav 6 » at zlon Lu " theran church in LuVerne. The double ring ceremony was performed at 7:30 p.m. by Rev. R. T. Mueller. Organist was Mrs. R. T. Mueller who also accompanied Linda Daley, who sang. Matron of honor was Marlene Norcross , sister of the bride. Larry Packard, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Gary Norcross, brother of the bride, and Tom Tjilla. The reception for 75 guests was held following in the church parlors. Mrs. Larry Packard was at the guest book. Mrs. Larry TTS \ HAGG-TURNER POST NO. 90 on your new VETERAN'S MEMORIAL Plumbing and Heating and . Electric Air Conditioning furnished by LAING'S PLUMBING & HEATING Greenwood poured coffee. Mrs. Clarence Mickelson served punch. Mrs. Le Roy Hanselman, and Mrs. Lyle Baker cut the cake. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Norcross and Mrs. Gary Norcross, sisters-in-law of the bride also Mrs. William Merriam and Joan Rickey, Connie Sanford and Kathy Merriam opened gifts. The bride is a graduate of Lu- Verne High School and is presently employed as a bookkeeper in Eagle Grove. The groom is a graduate of Renwick High School. After four years in the Air Force, he is engaged in farming. The couple are at home at Eagle Grove. Cook Injures Hand Mrs. Orville Farrow, cook at St. John's Cafeteria at Bancroft received a badly cut hand recently when she caught her hand in the electric mixer at school. Ten stiches were required in one finger. MISS TITONKA — Val Miller will be a candidate for Miss North Iowa at the North Iowa Band Festival June 13. A senior at Titonka Consolidated High School, she was elected by the high school band. She has been active in band, girls 'glee club, National Honor Society She is the daughter of Mr:' and Mrs. A. C. Miller, rural Tilonka. Her father is a farmer. i ALGONA LJL 295-2104 : 1)8811888888 g-gJL9.9J.g.«j8 k •ji Congratulations BEST 'WISHES to HAGG-TURNER POST NO. 90 on their new VETERAN'S MEMORIAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING BY UTT ELECTRIC "Wiring Connected or Corrected" ALGONA 295-2223 o otMioQOJLUJUUUUlJLUJULU INVITED The Officers and Members of Hagg-Turner Post No. 90 Wish to extend to you a personal invitation to the Dedication and Open House of the New Veteran's Memorial at the corner of Dodge and Call Streets Tuesday, May 30 Dedication Program — 11:30 a.m. Open House — 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. nj-yjrjnrinnrrrirvTOTirrr^ We salute the American Legion on it's new home IOWA STATE BANK The Sheraton-Chicago is a rare and rather glamorous hotel, the 1,000-room hostelry, on North Michigan Avenue, represents a notable engineering, architectural and decorating feat whereby a modern, 600-room structure and an older, elegant 42-story hotel were literally grafted together to emerge as one hotel. For years, Sheraton Corporation of America, which also owns the prestigious Sheraton-Blackstone in Chicago, had a second hotel at 505 N. Michigan, called the Sheraton Towers. This 400 room hotel had been built in 1929 as a sumptuous athletic club for the Medinah Temple of the Shrine. Sheraton acquired it in 1947. It had perhaps the most complete banquet and meeting facilities in Chicago, but its 400 rooms were not enough to attract convention business. So Sheraton decided to add 600 rooms, at a cost of $10 million. While the new 26-story building was rising alongside, the existing hotel was redecorated and refurnished from top to bottom. Two new restaurants were created. E"ven the facade of the building was sandblasted for the first time in 30 years. With a brand new hotel created, a new name was needed .... and thus the birth of the Sheraton- Chicago which is now home to most major league football and baseball clubs, houses the Big Ten, and is the scene of countless important press conferences. It has seven restaurants and lounges, including the spectacular Kon-Tiki PORTS and famous Golliwog Girls in the Golliwog Lounge. It has a 16th floor luxury swimming pool, free to registered guests (as is parking in the underground garage). All guest rooms feature air- conditioning, direct dial telephoning, message signal lights, television and AM-FM radio. It has an electronic mail and message center in its lobby, and for handling reservations, it features Sheraton's electronic whiz, Reservatron, which can confirm space anywhere in the country within seconds. Students From Twin Rivers On Field Tours OTTOSEN - Twin Rivers 7th graders went on a field trip to Ft. Dodge Tuesday. There were about 50 students with their teachers, LeRoy Enger and Arnold Larson. They saw hogs being processed at Hormel and had a tour of the YMCA. Half of the students then visited the post office while the others visited the new fire station. Walter Bakken was bus driver. Twin Rivers sixth graders, 15 from Ottosen and 19 from Livermore, enjoyed a Conservation tour Wednesday. Mrs. Dorothy Turley and Melba Fox are teachers. They went to Humboldt where their first stop was the conservation office to pick up Henry Staubus, Conservationist. They traveled to various parts of the county where they saw contour plowing, strip cropping and terraces. At the Morehouse farm, they saw a permanent farm pond. They saw ducks and other wild birds in this area. They observed planting of pine trees and were given information on how to identify various pines. They also saw how soil is tested for lime. At noon they enjoyed a sack lunch at Gotch Park, after which they played softball. They visited the fish hatchery, where a million are spawned each year. Mr. Staubus presented the awards for their conservation books. Conqratulat -/JKRWOUU _ ALGONA, ,OWA ^ffi? ^^^ "Your Pirtiwrln Progress" K«»gth County'. L»rg»*t Bank *V"lP> AJUUUUUUUUJUU ^^ Brenda Jacobson received the top award at Ottosen, a silver spoon with an engraved handle. Those .receiving certificates were Janet Enger, Bonnie Jacobson and Kathy Wendt. Roger Fiderlick received a gold knife with an engraved handle, which was the first award at the livermore school. Those receiving certificates were Annette Ehrhart, Ronald Hansel and Clayton Armstrong. Mrs. Armstrong was the bus driver on the tour. The value of jade found in the U. S. is about 15 times that of diamonds found here. HAGG-TURNER POST NO. 90 ON THEIR NEW VETERAN'S MEMORIAL BE SURE TO ATTEND THE DEDICATION AND OPEN HOUSE ON TUESDAY, MAY 30 GENERAL CONTRACTING FOR THE REMODELING BY COWAN CORP No. Lantry Tele. 295-4266 ^ ALGONA t't'a Read's, Inc. congratulate HAGG-TURNER POST NO. 90 ON THEIR NEW VETERAN'S MEMORIAL AND URGE EVERYONE TO ATTEND THEIR OPEN HOUSE AND DEDICATION ON MAY 30 IT HAS BEEN OUR PRIVILEGE AND PLEASURE TO HAVE FURNISHED THE I CARPETING AND DECORATING FOR THIS FINE MEMORIAL. FURNITURE & CARPETING AND WATSON INTERIORS J21Q No. « HL«.»J. «.,». AS

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