The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 25
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MR. AM) MRS. Floyd Holt and daughter Luanr. will attend the graduation o! their son, Alan, at Iowa State University, May 27 at Ames. They will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carman of Iowa City. BOY SCOUT Troop 71 met May 24. Darrell Stevens is Scoutmaster. JON PAUL PUTNAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam, Sr., was baptized in the Methodist church. BILL MILDER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder, returned from St. Benedict's College, Atchison, Kans., May 12, then left Thursday for Del Rey, Calif, where his sister, Jo Ellen, is serving St. Catherine's parish as a lay volunteer worker. Bill will leave there for LaHabra for the summer where he will be staying with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Paulsen, the latter a sister of Mrs. Milder. MR. AND MRS. C, R. McQuiston were visited over the weekend by their son Lee and family, Des Moines. NEW! GEHL"HI-THROW" 55" BIG-CAPACITY BLOWER The all new, 65-in., six-blade Gehl FB88 Hi-Throw blasts silage or haylage to any silo height, at unlimited capacity. Low 20-in. hopper and recessed wheel virtually eliminate spillage regardless of the unloading box you use. •• CHECK THESE: • Direct PTO drive • Triple #67 chain conveyor for positive feeding to 10-in. diameter auger • Hopper 20-in. high, 30-in. width (extends beyond fan housing) • Six-blade fan delivers full load to 9-in. blower pipe • Throw- out safety clutch • Adjustable fan housing • Rugged 10-gauge steel sides • Water intake opening. Make us Prove it with a Demonstration! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA, IA. REGULAR ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Reduced thru Saturday only! ® Penn-Prest® Ranchcraft jeans for all the boys! REG. 2.98, NOW 2 *5 FOR ^ We've got these rugged, never-iron* polyester/ cotton twill jeans to fit every boy— regular, slim or husky. Authentic western styling for that lean look and fit that the boys like. Come in many colors. Sizes 6 to 18. IMAM y«u. Avrawt 'WfltN tvJMILI OHIO CHARGE IT I OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 MRS. MEL GRIFFIN went to Garner Friday to attend the senior class play "Charley's Aunt", which was directed by her daughter, Kathleen, an instructor in the Garner school system, MR. AND MRS. Wendell Feaster will have as Sunday guests their son-in-law ajid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Sigsbee of LaCrosse, Wise., and Mrs. Feaster's mother, Mrs. Ole Knutson, Bradgate. MRS. EMMA DREYER had as guests Mother's Day her daughter, Marie, Mrs. Carl Anliker and Deidre, Webster City. Mrs. Dreyer has sprained an ankle and not walking much. She sprained it while stepping off a ladder. MRS. KATHRYN MAHONEY has returned from a visit of a week at Jefferson with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Storck and family. MRS. JOHN GROTTE and Mrs. Matilda Waldschmidt were at Windom, Minn, recently and visited Mrs. Grotte's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Glidden and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Glidden. Mrs. Rose Harms was taken to Emmetsburg last week by Mrs. Matilda Waldschmidt and Mrs. John Grotte where she visited her son, Ralph Harms and family. Mrs. Waldschmidt and Mrs. Grotte went on to Spencer to visit other relatives. MR. AND MRS. G. 0. Ukers are home from Phoenix, Ariz, where they spent the winter and came from their home at Clarion to spend a day with Mrs. John Grotte. MR. AND MRS. Chester Willey have had as guests the latter's mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Helle, Lansing. Mrs. Helle will perhaps be remembered better as Mrs. Roeder. Mr. Roeder died several years ago. MRS. ALICE SCHULTZ and Mrs. Catherine Schultz have been at Whittemore to spend a day with Marie Spilles. MR. AND MRS. Walter Mo Bride have been visited by their son Carl and wife and little daughter, Julie, of Weslaco, Tex. Carl is going to Texas A & M for further study this summer. Lone Rock Grade Pupils Make A Field Trip FENTON - The 5th and 6th graders of the Lone Rock grade school went on a field trip and picnic Thursday, May 18 to Fort Dodge. They toured the Sunbeam Bakery, KVFD Radio Station and TV studio and visited the Fort Muesum. They enjoyed a picnic dinner at Loomis Park. They were chaperoned by Mr. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom, Mrs. Donald Kennedy, Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Mrs. Wayne Nyman, Mrs. Elmer Krause and their teachers Mrs. L. A. Newbrough and Mrs. Art Priebe. Mr. Jerry Weiner drove the bus. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gushing and Tommy, Spencer were Sunday supper guests at the Norman Bellinger home. The Rev. Rex Spice r confirmed a class of 14 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Sunday May 21. They were as follows: Susan Luedtke, Ann Krause, Lee Dreyer, Dennis Mitchell, Dean Struecker, Gary Jentz, Beth Feye, Karen Jentz, Steve Newbrough, Mike Wold, Johnny Muller, Randy Vaudt, Edward Krause, David Menz. The Helen's circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday May 18 at the home of Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. Mrs. Clarence Underwood gave the lesson. Mrs. Clayton Wolfe and Penny were guests. Mrs. Stanley Berkland entertained her card club Monday evening. Mrs. Kenneth Krause won high prize and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger won second high. Guests were Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. Wm. Bruhn and Mrs. Wm. Weiner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reimers, Denver, Colo, are visiting this week in the home of Mrs. Emma Reimers. Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Gerhart's were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reimers, Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reimers and girls, Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and family, Mr. Edward Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof, Rodney and Cheryl attended the confirmation of Daniel Uthof at the Grace Lutheran Church, Dodge Center, Minn. Sunday and were dinner guests at the Donald Uthof home. Induct Eight Into Sentral Honor Society SENECA - Eight Sentral High School students were inducted into the Satellite chapter of the National Honor Society in ceremonies held Wednesday a. m. at the Sentral High School auditorium. The five seniors selected included Candace Vaudt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt; Richard Shaw, son of the Donald Shaws; Steven Petersen, son of the Ray Petersens, Fenton; also Rita Luedtke and Mary Emile Mienke. In addition to these seniors, two juniors, Mary Ellen Ditsworth and Marlin Berkland were chosen, as was David Marlow, a provisional sophomore member. The Honor Society emblems were presented by the active members from last year and included Janelle Newbrough, Kathryn Bierstedt, Ervin Root and Mary Lou Larsen. The students are selected to the Honor Society by the vote of the Sentral High School faculty members. Robert Rice, Sentral High School principal, was master of ceremonies at the award program. - o - Recent visitors at the Olaf Oftedahls included the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Oftedahl and their grandson, LeRoy Hersey; also Mr. and Mrs. James Murray and son, all of San Jose, Calif, The Oftedahls and their guests drove to Hastings, Minn., where they visited from Monday until Wed" nesday at the Arne Oftedahls. While there they held a family reunion. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl entertained at their home in honor of their California guests. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dokken and family of Waltham, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hill and family, Webster City; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jacobs and son, Eagle Grove; also Mrs. Oftedahl's brother, Art Williamson of Estherville. The Blakjer Lutheran Sunday School young people will hold •rtheir- vacation Bible School-next week, ' beginning Monday, , May 29, at the Lone Rock School building. The hours of classes will be from 9 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. The children are to bring their own noon lunches. Mrs. Odey Cherland will have charge of the classes. The 4th, 5th and 6th graders at the Fenton Grade School went on a field trip to Fairmont. They enjoyed a picnic dinner at Sylvanla Park, and were accompanied by their teachers Mrs. Longer man, Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Dorsey. Thurtday, May 25, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moinei-5 Another Algona business gets Air Conditioning for the coming summer months Another progressive Algona business has anticipated the hot, sticky Iowa summer weather ahead and installed Gas Air Conditioning. It it the Ernie Williams John Deere located just east of Algona on highway 18. Owner Ernie Williams is shown standing in front of his place of business. The firm moved from its former location into the new steel building several years ago and now offers its customers still another convenience by installing clean, gas air conditioning for the front offices and parts department. Now is the time to think about Air Cond tioning your business or home . . . and the folks to talk to are at the North Central Public Service Co. They'll show you the many advantages of Gas Air Conditioning — AND SAVINGS TOO! Join the hundreds of Algona business and residential owners who are now enjoying gas air conditioning. You'll be happy you did come June, July and August. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 295-2484 COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE ALGONA IS THE DECORATING STORY HERE... AND KROEHLER TELLS IT BEAUTIFULLY Wise and with-it shoppers know there's more to furniture than meets the eye. Beauty you can see. But, it's comfort that counts and you can't see it. That's why more shoppers choose Kroehler for comfort than any other furniture. 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