The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1967
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Aigona's Vicki Steii Visits United Nations Three State Finalists In the National College Queen Pageant receive information about UNICEF at a recepti<n d»s'-- in the . United Nations. From left: Glenda Gail Lons, Chevenne Wvo a student at the University of Wyoming Patricia "AM DeBra- bander, Detroit, Mich., representing Wayne State Umvrsitv and Vicki M. Steil, Algona, la., of State University. Fifty state winners are at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel for nine days of strenuous competitive events, climaxing in the announcement of the National College Queen on an NBC-TV color telecast Friday, June 16 (0-10 p.m. CDT). ' 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, June 15, 1967 Otfosen School Has Reunion At Bode Cafe OTTOSEN - Garfield district number 8 school, commonly called the Traub school, met for a reunion Saturday at Kropfs Cafe at Bode. Fifty persons attended. A smorgasbord dinner was served at noon followed by a program and social hour. Louis Zinnel of Emmetsburg was master of ceremonies. Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark opened the program with a prayer. "America" was sung by the group. Mr. Luthl of Morris, Minn., an early student in the school, told of his early memories. Mrs. Grace Crisman of '.Vest Bend, former teacher, shoved pictures and told of her trip to Hawaii. Otter teachers who spoke were Mrs. Nick Bormann of Livermore, Mrs. Vane Graham of Conrad, Edmond Andregg of Britt and Mrs. Peter Bangert of Ashton. They closed by singing "Iowa" and "God Bless America". Dale Strutters of Algona was elected chairman and they will meet again in two years. . Mrs. Albert Thorsen attended from here. M-D BANQUET A 6:30 Mother-daughter Banquet was held Saturday night at the Presbyterian church parlors wito 62 persons attending. Keith Strayer prepared and served the meal, with the help of THURSDAY & FRIDAY DOUBLE TICKETS! AND SWEEPSTAKES WAGNER D-X SERVICE 304 N. Jones Algona 295-9111 his brother, Kent Strayer, Algona, and t'.vo boys from Irvington. Ralph Richards and Roy Telford also helped. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the welcome. Sharon Harms gave the response and a reading "Somebody's Mother". Janet Frohling, Debbie Schultz and Christine Frohling sang. Dora May Walker of Irvington gave a reading "Sometime". Marlene Eastman, Jerri Potter and Judy Coleman gave a musical number. Naomi Strutters and Mrs. Albert Thorsen gave a skit. Rev. Lee Corey of Pocahontas was the speaker for the evening. - o - Saturday overnight and Sunday guests at the James Banwarts were Dale Zeltwanger, Beirne. Messner, and Dale Koehl, Hancock, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schmidgall and Jerel of Morris, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson and Mr. and Mrs. Olvln Haug went to Omaha Saturday to meet a plane. The Helllcksons grandchildren, Dawn Perry of Garden Grove, Cal. and Cindy Ludwig, Santa Monica, Cal., came to spend the summer here. Mrs. Peter Oppedahl of Santa Ana, Cal. came to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, and with otter relatives for a few weeks. Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, celebrated a birthday Friday. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Halsrud and family and Dennis Benkendorf of Bradgate and Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud and family. The Benson family reunion was held Sunday at the Commercial Club building with about 50 persons attending. Hollis Beadle of Swea City is the new president. The Ladies Rural Club met for a picnic Thursday at the home of Mrs. Essie Cooper. Those attending were Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Sam Kropf, Mrs. Annie Leist, Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Kermit Fowler, Mrs Lester Wehr- spann and Mrs. Mary Leitl. DIAMOND'S FATHER'S DAY GIFT SUGGESTIONS: Give Dad lots of tender, loving care and if you like a real nice gift, we at Dia- mond's have a whole store full of them I (P.S. Happy Father's Day, Dad I) The young people of the Presbyterian .church were in charge of services Sunday morning. Mrs. Anna Welter of Tucson, Ariz, visited at the Charles Welter home Tuesday overnight and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Olrin Haug and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loos on Bradgate were Monday night visitors at the Richard Kinseth home for Marsha's birthday. Seventeen members of the Luther League and their guests attended a picnic at Gotch Park Sunday night. Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. LeMont and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lofteberg, sponsors, also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann went to Des Moines Wednesday ,to help their son. Jerry and family move. Katty Williams, who had' surgery at Lutheran Hospital two weeks ago, left Monday to attend summer school at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. She will graduate in August and will teach business at A. L B. in the fall. During the week, the following have visited at the Oscar Williams home, Mrs. Talmai Heggen and Sheryl and Mrs. Allan Maasen of Bode, Chad Cooper of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson. Mrs. Kate Jacobson and LeRoy visited from Wednesday until Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Bartlett and family and at the home of Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Gail Stoddard and family at Titonka. Staff Sergeant Stoddard is home on a 30-day leave after serving in Vietnam and Okinawa. He will be stationed in Texas after his furlough. Honor Recent Bride At St. Joe School ST. JOE - Mrs. Kent Schulze was honored at a post-nuptial shower Sunday, June 11, in St. Joseph's school, with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. The afternoon was spent playing 500, with Mrs. John Altman and Judy Manser receiving high and second prizes. Mrs. Orville Wagner received the door prize. Mrs. Schulze, the former Mary Sue Reding, daughter of Frank Reding and the late Elizabeth Reding, and Kent Schultze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schulze, reside at Jefferson where Mr. Schultze is employed witt DeKalb. PLAN MEETING C.D.A. will meet Wednesday evening June 21 at 8 o'clock witt installation of officers the main business of the regular meeting. Mrs. George Montag, district deputy of West Bend, will be in charge of installation rituals. Rehearsal of officers will be held Monday evening. Committee in charge of the evening will be Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Vernon Berte, Mrs. Bob Bormann, Mrs. Don Reding, Mrs. Peter Bormann and Lucille nig. SHOWER HONOREE Dorothy Bormann was honored at a pre-nuptial showor Wednesday evening, June 14, in St. Joseph's school hall with relatives and friends attending. Miss Borman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, St. Joe, will be the bride' of James S. Shomaker, son of Mrs. Carlo Ray of Costa Mesa, Cal. and J.S, Shomaker of Juno Lake, Cal., June 23 in St. Joseph's church. - o - Richard Plathe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Plathe, underwent an appendicitis operation in St. Ann Hospital, Algona, last week. Arthur Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, was among those getting 2,026 degrees awarded from the University of Iowa at commencement exercises. Art received, a degree in engineering. His plans are to continue in his studies and also to teach at the University the next year. Mr. and Mrs. Art Becker and children, Lisa, 14 months, and Douglas George, born June 1 live in Iowa City. Mrs. Wm. B. Devine entertained her 500 club Thursday witt Mrs. Damian Centgraf as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Alphonse Berte, Mrs. Centgraf and Mrs. Tony Becker. Mrs. E.J, Gales entertains the club July 6. Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas accompanied by Mrs. John Thul, Mrs. Milford Plathe and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, all from here, and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Algona, were visitors with Sister M. Amalia at Holy Family hall and witt friends in Dubuque Friday and Saturday. Rev. Cecil Friedmann of Algona will be • here in St. Joseph's church for masses June 18 while Rev. Leo Schumacher attends the Golden Jubilee of profession observance of Sister M. Leola at LaCrosse, Wise. Sister M. Leola is a sister of Rev. Schumacher. Before returning, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher will attend the 40th anniversary of the priesthood of Father Cyril Ernst at Star City, Ind. Terry Alan Larsen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Larsen, was baptized Sunday by Rev. L.C. Schumacher with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeman as sponsors. Susie Naber, Spirit Lake, was a visitor witt friends here this week. An evening mass in St. Jo': seph's church this week will be Friday at 8 p.m. with confession .before and after mass. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Berte are driving to Dubuque Tuesday to Mt. St. Francis Convent to get an aunt, Sister M. Senna Freilinger, who will spend a week here on a visit. Sister Senna is a sister of Mrs. Anna Berte and John Freilinger. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner • and John spent the weekend witt Franklin Wagner in Rochester, Minn. Franklin, Mesa, Ariz., son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, is spending the summer months with a blacktopping company as assistant general manager at Rochester. Enroutehome, toe Wagners stopped at toe home of an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kayser, Waseca, Minn. St. Joe Area Girl To Spain For Studies KRISTINE PLATHE ST. JOE - Kristine Platlie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Platlie, will be studying at the University of Santander in Spain this summer. The Spanish study is part of a tour sponsored by Clarke College in Dubuque where Kristine is presently a junior. She will leave June 28 from Chicago and will fly to Paris for a short tour before flying to Spain where she will attend classes equivalent to two semesters in Spanish curriculum. After four weeks in school, a two week tour is planned, including Madrid, Toledo, Granada, an excursion around toe Rock of Gibralter and Fatima. This fall, Kristine will return to Clarke and continue her studies in Spanish and education. | LuVERNE I pjf Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom i Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Hansen of Bradgate visited Mr. and Mrs. Pergande last weekend after having spent the week fishing at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Hansen is a sister of Mrs. Pergande. Mrs. Joe Underberg and Dean and Bruce Miller, Fort Dodge, daughter and grandsons of Mrs. Lena Hinz, called on Mrs. Hlnz, Herbert and Frances Hinz Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer at Eagle Grove Saturday evening. Wednesday evening, Rev. and Mrs. R.T. Mueller and Joel drove to Ames to spend the evening with Col. Vern Joseph and family to make 'final arrangements for their son, David Mueller, to enter ROTC Summer Camp at Ft. Benning, Ga. for six weeks training. Zion Lutheran had a total of 65 at Vacation Bible School for children from nursery thru 5th grade. Sunday morning, they sang several of their VBS songs during the public worship service. Teachers and pupils were remembered with attendance and faithful participation certificates Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bjustrom and Jerry attended the 40th wed- SAFETY ... standard with every Gehl box • Quick-action safety bar. • Available in 6'-3" or 7' inside width. • Up-front clutch and speed control. • Choice of 2 rear unloaders. ( 'Optional; Gehl Self-l'nluadinK Forage "Boxes are built to give you continuous year round .sa/r crop haulini; and handling. And. with Gehl. safety U standard equipment. Look for the "quick-action" safety bar. Touch it and you stop unloading motion — instantly! 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Algona A. O.K. Tli<> inci.-lliig of the Algona A. O. K. 4-H club was held .liini! 10 :il thfi Extension office. lliislii.'i.'ion were Mrs. Meyer and Mr.s. MoiiUf;. Guests were Mrs.'tli, Mrs. Hensley and Mrs. Mni"/,, An Illustrated talk was i;ivon by Klin Thuente. Demonstrations wore given by Suzanne IloltzhitiiGr, Terry Farrell, Dorothy Krlderes, Judy Berger, Linda Heimer, Mary Morz and Judy Hdrner. For that real get-up-and-go feeling, rely on the wholesome energy pro> vided by fresh milk. WHITTEMORE - LONE ROCK - SWEA CITY ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY JUNE 18 These Towncraft never-iron* tropical weight slacks will suit Dad to a tee! Whether Dad wears these Penn-Prcil" Dcicron" polyester Orion" acrylic slacks for golf or leisure wear they'll be his summer favorites. They look neat and stay that way, too. Just wash, tumble dry and wear. Tailored in the grad style in traditional and fashion shades. 1 1 JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA, IA. 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