The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1967 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1967
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Weds John Schutter, Jr. Elizabeth Luanna Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Moore, Denver, Colo., became the bride of John Maurice Schutter, Jr., son of Jr. and Mrs. John M. Schutter, Algona, June 10 at 2 p. m. in Allee Chapel at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon. Dr. Taylor McConnell and Rev. N. M. Coughenour performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of 125 guests. Sara Elizabeth Nunan was maid of honor, Judith McConnell and Margaret Schutter were bridesmaids, and Anne Schutter, junior .bridesmaid. William Bartlett was best man, David Klaus and Craig Whitney were groomsmen; ushers were James Schutter and David Moore. Stephen Schutter was candle lighter. DuaneHaars, organist, accompanied Pam Hamer, soloist. The bride was attired in a Chantilly lace renaissance cage. A full-length veil was attached to her flower headpiece and she carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. A reception was held at Bracket! House, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon. Kathy Adams presided at the guest book, Mrs. Taylor McConnell cut the cake, Claudia Lampman poured and Susan Leigh was in charge of gifts. The bride is a graduate of South Denver High School and Cornell College and will teach kindergarten in the Hamilton, N. Y. school system in the fall. The groom is a graduate of Algona High School and received his B.A, in math and physics at Cornell. He will attend graduate college, starting with the summer session, at Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y. in the M.A.T. program. After a trip to Estes Park, Colo., they will be at home in Hamilton. Pat Crawford In Vietnam Patrick E. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crawford, Algona, has been promoted to Pfc. while serving in Viet Nam. Pfc. Crawford enlisted In the Army after graduation from Garrigan High School in 1966 and is currently stationed with the Information Division of the Army Engineers Command at the Bien Hoa Army Base, about 20 miles north of Saigon. During his training, he graduated from a military-Journalism course at the Army Defense Information School in Indiana. Pfc. Crawford has been in Viet Nam since April 25. Holding Union Bible School At LuVerne LU VERNE - Union Bible School of the Methodist and E.U.B. churches is in session this week. Rev. Roy Biesemeyer is director and worship leader. Rita Patterson arid Gretchen Zentner are co-teachers of the kindergarten, Gradesl&Zteacher is Connie Schnetzer, assistant is Jane Schnetzer; Grades 3&4 is Mrs. Raymond Nelson, teacher, Zelda Witzel, assistant; Grades 5&6 is Mrs. Ed Lindebak, teacher, Dawn lindebak, assistant. Mrs. Lyle Shelton is in charge of music. - o - Mrs. Lucinda Stone was a guest of Mrs. George Godfrey and Bertha Godfrey in Ames for the weekend. She went to Ames to attend ' the wedding of Sandra Walline from LuVerne. Bertha Godfrey leaves this week for Seattle, Wash, to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bjustrom and Jerry attended the Schultz family reunion at the Eldon Rasmussen home near Goldfleld Sunday. The following officers were elected for 1968: president - Ray Lindhart, vice- president - Mrs. Merrill Rasmussen, secretary-treasurer Rasmussen. The re- Mrs. Worthie Usher and family, Ida Grove. Mrs. Ariel Manchester, St Paul, Minn., came Monday to spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. Mallory. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly are spending the week fishing in northern Minnesota. Dale Kubly started work with the Zenith Corp. in Chicago June 5. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley called on Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston Sunday evening. Mrs. Robert Chambers, granddaughter of Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, called on her Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Felsch of St. Paul came to spend the week with Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer. Mrs. Felsch is their daughter. Mr. Felsch will be attending summer school in Winona and Mrs. Felsch will be attending summer school In Michigan. David Mueller, son of Rev. and Mrs. R.T. Mueller, having completed his third year in electrical engineering at Iowa State U. at Ames, returned home Thursday evening. Walther League of Zlon Lutheran church elected new officers for the next year. They are Laurie Coyle, president; David Ristau, vice pre.; Terry Warmbier, secretary; Linda Wilhelm, treasurer; Craig Stripling, Christian Growth chairman; and Larry Curry, Wheat Ridge Christmas Seals manager. The outgoing officers are Coleen Johns, Douglas DeGroote, Peggy Burtis, Michele Coyle, Henry Schnakenberg, and Kris Meyer. The club has just about completed its latest project of selling $240 worth of quality candies. Rev. and Mrs. R.T. Mueller and David drove toConcordia Academy, St. Paul, to be present at commencement exercises for Joel's graduation from the Academy. Joel Mueller has been accepted as a student as Concordia College, St. Paul, as a ministerial enrollee next fall. Sunday, May 28, Zion Lutheran church conducted special services in the interest of the Armed Forces Commission of the Church. Zion Lutheran church is conducting its annual Vacation Bible School with two series of film- Tuesdoy, June 13, 1967 Alftona (la.) Upper DM MofatM-7 strips. The first one each day treats some part of the Apostles' Creed and the second one part of Parables in Nature. Considerable time is also spent in singfests. The teaching staff consists of Mrs. Mary Ann Calkins, Mrs. Myrna Hinz, Mrs. Elsie Mueller, Mrs. Marlys Stille, Mrs. Vera Voss, Mrs. Jolene Wilhelm, Mrs. Dorothy Pergande, and the pastor, R.T. Mueller. June 11, the children will sing some of the VBS songs at the worship service. Library Here Has New Hours For Summer The Algona Public Library has announced hours effective June 12. Monday-Friday — 1 to 8 p. m. Wednesday and Saturday — 9 to 11:30 a. m. The library will be closed Wednesday and Saturday afternoons for the summer. The children's room will close as usual at 5:30 p. m. except for Friday when it will be open from 1 until 8 p. m. niiitiiHniiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniitiiiiiwniiiiiiiiinnnmiHiii^ PORTLAND; Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunk- hill went to Ames Sunday evening where they visited the Sherald Sydnes family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were Sunday dinner guests in the Jesse Grosser home at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the E. C. Schwietert home. In the afternoon the Reynolds and Schwieterts went for a ride and visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey of Fenton, who have not been feeling too well lately. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hacker of Ft. Dodge stopped in at the Bernard Phelps home, Memorial Day, and took her mother, Mrs. Minnie Sperring with them to visit the cemetery at Thompson. They stopped back to return Mrs. Sperring and visited a while in the Phelps 1 home. union in 1968 will be held at the Ray Lindhart shop in Humboldt. Mr, and Mrs. James Mallory visited Sunday with Rev. and NEW BANKING HOURS STARTING JUNE 10, 1967 MONDAY - THURSDAY 9 A.M.-12 NOON 1 P.M.-3 P.M. FRIDAYS 11 PiMi • 5 PiMi Closed All Day Saturdays Bode State Bank BODE, IOWA Livermore State Bank LIVERMORE, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rielps visited Sunday afternoon in the Mervin Bristow home at Lu- Verne and also the Alfred Schencks of rural Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch of Rockwell visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse Sunday afternoon and were Sunday evening supper guests in the Victor Fitch home. They also visited at the Ole Frendahl and Edna Danielsen homes in Algona. The annual Four Comer Social Club pot-luck picnic, planned for Sunday, June 4, will be held Sunday, June 11, at the Portland. Community hall. "Strangely enough the opinions of others of us are usually our opinion of them." UNICEF Gets Good Reception From lowans Final figures for 1966 UNICEF projects in Iowa have now been compiled and bear witness to our fellow-citizens' concern for, and generosity toward, the world's needy children. Last year in Iowa, $80,846.57 was raised through the Trick or Treat for UNICEF program. At the same time, Iowa residents bought 18,022 boxes of UNICEF greeting cards sold locally by volunteers. Iowa is one of only five states which has never shown a decrease in Halloween collections. The United states had an average of 50.5 persons per square mile of laftd~ at the end of the 1960 census. Interest Rates Go Down... mil You Be Left Up intheAir? What interest rate will you be paying in 1970? With a Federal Land Bank Loan, it could be less. Interest rates on existing loans have been voluntarily reduced four times in the past when economic conditions permitted. This is one of many advantages of a Land Bank Loan. For a long-term, low- cost loan on your land to pay debts, buy land, make improvements or for other farm and family needs, see us today. LAND BANK LOANS LATMDBATMK (South of Penneys in Algona) — preferably Mondays 'and Wednesday* — Eugene H. Hutchim, Manager Helen Haas

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