The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1967 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 20, 1967
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You Can't Beat Kids! A large number of children who have been attending sessions of the Vacation Bible School at the Regular Baptist Church here enjoyed a picnic and outing at Call State Park Friday. One of the classes of smaller youngsters is shown playing a game in the photo above. The entire assemblage, youngsters and adults alike, seemed to enjoy the outing and meal that followed. Instructors of the group shown above are Colleen Marlow, right, and Carol Stebbins. (UDM Newsfoto) Upper Des Moines SOCIETY NEWS PLAYED BRIDGE Mrs. Pearl Potter entertained a group of friends at bridge Wednesday afternoon, June 21. Friday, she will be hostess to her Canasta club. - o - DINNER HOSTESS Mrs. Nell Potter entertained Mrs. Pearl Potter and Mrs. Ethel Johnson at dinner Friday noon. Mrs, Johnson is a former Al- gonan now living in Warrenton, Ore. She is a house guest of Mrs. Pearl Potter. GRANDDAUGHTER WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Potter came from Tama last week to attend the wedding June 10 of Pamela Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter, Emmetsburg. The bridegroom, Michael Hermansen, is in the service and the couple will be in New Mexico. Mrs. Pearl Potter, grandmother of the bride, and Mrs. Hazel Lusby attended the wedding and following reception. - o - HOSTVETTORS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst entertained Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson of Long Beach, Calif, at lunch Wednesday. The Stephensons are former Algonans and are visiting Mrs. Stephenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson. - o - ALUMNI MEETING Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Oakland spent the weekend with Mrs. Irene Jensvold at Rake. Satur- day evening, they attended Mrs. Oakland's high school alumni gathering at Bricelyn, Minn. Sunday they visited Mrs. Johanna Hove, mother of Mrs. Oakland at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Jensvold and Mrs. Oakland are sisters. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell attended the wedding June 6 at Sioux City of their granddaughter Julie Jo, daughter of Mrs. Eileen Tillman, to Danna Cliris- topherson in Kingsley Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Christopherson will be at home in Tempe, Ariz, where he attends the university. A reception followed. RECEPTION HELD Forty relatives attended the graduation reception for Kathleen Kelly, given by Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly, Sioux Falls, S.D. at the Jess Dugans, Algona, June 11. Katlileen was graduated from the Sioux Falls High School. Among those present were Kathleen's father James Kelly and wife, Sioux City. Kathleen plans to attend college at Vermillion, S.D. and will major in history. HOLD SUPPER Sunday, June 18, at 6 o'clock, the Mariner's Family pot-luck supper was held at Call State Park. The United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship met at this time and place, also. Hospitality committee was Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm. "Kossuth Cotfnty's Favorite Newspaper" 2—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 20, 1967 Boat Change Godfredson Clan Has Reunion At Swea City SWEA-EAGLE - The Godfredson family reunion was held Sunday at Reynolds Park, with about 40 attending. Lyle Godfredson, Spirit Lake, was reelected president. Attending locally were the Menrin Johnsons and children and Alvin Godredson and children. Of the Godfredson brothers and sisters, those present included Mr. and Mrs. Pete Godfredson, Armstrong, Mrs. May Dettman and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Godfredson, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, Fairmont. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nagel, Sherburn, Minn., drove to Des Moines, Tuesday to visit their uncle, Gus Torine, 81, who is critically ill. The two couples visited Mrs. Gus Torine at her home. Paul Hanson, son of the Lawrence Hansons, is in the Army and has been in Germany for the past 2 1/2 weeks. He was inducted last fall. A fossil is defined as some evidence of plant or animal life preserved in rock. Effective June 20, boat owners will not be required to pay the $2 fee for the remainder of the current registration period expiring July 3. Boat owners will be required to send only the $4 fee for the two year period starting July 4. This change will apply only to those applications received at the Des Moines offices of the State Conservation Commission after close of business, 4:30 p.m. June 19. The change will apply to persons who purchase a new boat not currently registered. Is your office furniture in sad shape? Look over the new office desks, chairs, files and safes at the Office Supply Dept. of THE UP?ER DES MOINES. There would be one nice thing about it.You wouldn't have to be a feed specialist. Like to think less about feeding? And still give thejierd a halancetf diet? Then look into our dairy, feeding program: We've^ellroina.ted the guesswork. -''•• •-"""' ~~ " "" "-!,," •*""'-- s *,' 'V, -/ > -«,- ' ' . , ' - ~t' .!-;'« •-•>. , Compare notes with our feed "man., Discuss' your production goals,, your available feedstuffs. He might have^a simple answer to your needs. The cheapest possible way, „--", '-;„ - ,•> See if you don't like the way he talks - and listens- *" <~ - : . /, dairy feeding program Whittemore Co-op Elevator For Top Performance CO-OP Gasoline T* Fuel Oils £ Oils and Lubricants TKl£raOHE 295 - 5614 HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and nO^SSE* 11 *^ Golden Sun Feed. /°

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