The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1967 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upper De$ Moincs Thursday, June 8, 1967 F/7een McCarthy, Algona, To Wed June 10 In Calif. Eileen francos Bridget McCarthy, Alhambra, Calif.,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. McCarthy, Algona and Eugene Lester llovelsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Hovelsen, Pasadena, Calif., were to wed June 10 at St. Theresa's Church Alhanibra, Calif. Father Jere Holmes, San Gabriel, Calif., will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy of Algona were to attend witli Mr. McCarthy to escort his daughter to the altar. Matron of honor will be Mrs. Richard Wllhelm, Pasadena, Cal. Bridesmaids will be Marjorie Hovelsen, sister of the groom, Pasadena, and Judy Jo Dickerson, Alhambra. Twin flower girls will be Christy and Kathy Bergstrom, Burbank, Calif. Best man will be Dennis Hovelsen, the groom's brother, Pasadena. Groomsmen will be Roger E. Juline, Jr., Alhambra and Eugene McCarthy, the bride's brother, Ft. Ord, Calif. Ushers will be Luke McCarthy, brother of the bride, Ft. Ord and Leo Arko, Anaheim, Calif. Ring- bearer will be David Hell, Hacienda Heights, Calif. The bride lias designed and made her own fitted wedding gown. Following the ceremony, a reception will be held at 1536 North Glen Oaks, Pasadena, Cal. i>mu»tff uvrnvR CIQRT m IAI ITV ™ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Men's sport shirts for Father's Day! Easy-care woven and knit shirts in his favorite style. 2.98 and 3.98 What a wonderful gift for Dad. Choose our Penn-Prest" never-iron* Fortrel" polyester cotton short sleeve sport shirt in color-rich plaids or a cool and comfortable Banlon" nylon knit shirt wi'h classic fashion collar and short .-s, too. He'll enjoy wearing them summer long and the best gift of jll is the Penney-saving price! You might as well get both . I'KNN • CHARGE IT! OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 After a wedding trip to Mexico City, Acapulco and Guadalajara, the couple will be at home in Los Angeles. The bride attended Drake University and Pasadena City College. She is a member of the Phlllipian's. She intends to continue working in Los Angeles. After eight and one-half years of study, the groom has a degree in Theology from the Latern Pontifical University in Rome, Italy. He is now a member of the Los Angeles Police Detective Department. Sexton Plans Annual Picnic For Late June SEXTON - The Sexton Friendly Club met at the home of Mrs. Nell Opheim with the suggestion that the club picnic be held at Crystal Lake the last Thursday in June if enough are interested in organl7Jng this annual excursion. There will be no meeting in July and Mrs. Elmer Phillips will be hostess for the last Monday in August. - o - Mrs. Nell Ophelm must have found traveling a real fun thing on her California trip as she is gone once more. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schumacher of Remsen to Mountain Home, Ark. for a two-week visit with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ray Hooper and family. It was a full house at the Clalr Hoveys on Sunday. The Andy Phillips family was here from South Sioux, Nebr. to visit his sister, Mrs. Hovey. Another sister, Mrs. Garnet Plckard of Mason City also came for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zaugg and Angela were also callers. The whole world Is really coming close to the Everett Stevens as they received a phone call from Nuremburg, Germany late Saturday night. Their son, Rick, was on a three-day leave to the city and took advantage of the more accessable telephone facilities to call home. He picked the wrong weekend and missed his sister as Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kiess visited at the Stevens home a week earlier. Deborah PeCoy was guest of honor at a dinner at her maternal grandparent's home, the Leander Seefelds, after her confirmation at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. Other guests were Dennis Seefeld, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maharas and family of Algona ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson of Yankton, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thomsen attended the graduation of their daughter, Mary, from Morningside College at Sioux City last weekend. There will be no easy summer of relaxation before she begins teaching next fall as Mary is leaving this week to begin work at Sioux City. Her sister, Judy, who has completed her first year at Morningside, will be working in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mlmbach are getting out for a little visiting between trying to clean up the spring's accumulation of good black Iowa soil in the house. They spent one day with his brother, the Leo Mimbachs of Renwlck, who are leaving for some time in California. lotes Of ervicemen iiunHiniiniimiiiiniiiraiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiunninmmirn SCHWETZINGEN, GERMANY- Private First Class Duane C. Sheldahl, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheldahl, Lakota, Iowa, completed a vehicle maintenance course at the U. S. Army School, Europe, in Germany, May 6. During the four-week course Pvt. Sheldahl was trained to maintain and repair fuel and electrical systems, engines, transmissions and chassis units of Army wheeled vehicles. Sheldahl, a mechanic in the 517th Heavy Equipment Maintenance Company near Schwetzingen, entered the Army in July I960 and was stationed at Ft. Sheridan, HI., before arriving overseas last February. He is a 1965 graduate of Lakota Consolidated High School. FORT BRAGG, N. CAR.— U. S. Army Specialist 4 David E. Wildin, presently assigned to 546 Transportation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is to be temporarily reassigned with Us unit for duty at the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, New York. His unit is expected to be assigned to the Academy from June 20 to September 6 at which time it will return to Fort Bragg. Specialist Wildin has previously been stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He has been at Fort Bragg since his return from the Dominican Republic in September, 1966. USS ELDORADO- Electronics Technician Third Class Thomas J. Zaugg, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Zaugg, 322 S. Smith St., Algona, took part in an amphibious assault near the "demilitarized zone" (DMZ) which divides North and South Vietnam, while serving aboard the amphibious force flagship USS Eldorado. His ship, part of an operation named "Beau Charger", helped put a special landing force of U.S. Marines into the southern buffer area of the "DMZ", for a search and destroy sweep through the free zone just south of the Ben Hal river. The Marines were landed by small boat as well as helicopter. The Leathernecks who made the sweep are Marines of the First Battalion, Third Marine Regiment, who first evacuated the South Vietnamese civilians from the area before beginning the sweep. FT. POLK, LA. - Army Private Leroy J. Heinen, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Heinen, R.R. 1, Algona, completed nine weeks of advanced infantry training May 26 at Ft. Polk, La. His last week of training was spent in guerrilla warfare exercises. During his guerrilla training, he lived under simulated Vietnam conditions for five days, fighting off night attacks and conducting raids on "enemy" villages. He was taught methods of removing booby traps, setting ambushes and avoiding enemy ambushes. Other specialized training included small unit tactics, map reading, land mine warfare, communications, and firing the M-14 rifle, M-60 machine gun and 3.5- inch rocket launcher. Mainland China Is the world's leading rice producer, with a crop normally about 80 million tons annually. Hint or I iciui Chevrolet Lowest priced convertibles. Lowest priced hard tops. Lowest priced V8 models. (And that low price brings you a road-sure ride, Body by Fisher quality, and a traditionally higher resale value. You also get wider front and rear tread for greater stability and handling, foam-cushioned seats, and extra fenders Inside the regular ones to help Inhibit rust. Most everything more expensive cars give you!) See your Chevrolet dealer during his Camaro Pacesetter Special buys on Camaro Sport Coupes and Convertibles specially equipped with: 250-cubic-inch Six, 155 hp • Deluxe steering wheel • Bumper guards, front and rear • Whitewall tires • Wheel covers • Wheel opening moldings • Striping along the sides • Extra interior brightwork • And, at no extra cost during the sale, you can get the special hood stripe and a floor shift for the 3-speed transmissionl SALE SAVINGS.TOO, ON SPECIALLY EQUIPPED HALF-TON FLEETSIDE PICKUPS (Model CS 10934). Impala Convertible—with most everything higher priced cars give you Chevrolet's greater value is another reason you get that sure feeling KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 14 0115 108 So. Hall Algona, Iowa 295-3554 Put summer's heat on ice with gas air conditioning It's the luxury air conditioning that lasts as long as your house Gas air condrtionmg is the kind that cools your whole house instead of |ust one room or two. It's the kind of air conditioning that must modern hospitals, office buildings, and high-rise apartments have had for years. And that many homeowners are installing today. It usually costs a little more to buy, but it's worth the extra money because a gas cooling unit has no moving parts to break down or wear out. It cools quietly and dependably with no loss of efficiency over the years and virtually no maintenance costs. See your gas company for the names of dealers who sell gas air conditioning equipment. Find out how simple it can be to install dependable gas air conditioning in your house NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE 295-2464 COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE ALGONA

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