The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1967
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6-Algona (| a .) Upper Dti Moinei Thursday, June 53. Lynn Bierstedt Of Lone Rock Soil Trainee Lynn Bierstedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Lone Rock, has been appointed as a student Soil Conservationist trainee, at Algona, according to an announcement made by Lyle R. Riedinger, work unit conservationist. Lynn received the appointment based on his test score in the U. S. Civil Service examination and e. personal interview by a representative ol the state Soil Conservation Service office. He will be granted leave of absence this fall to complete his college education. Howard L. Person, son of Mr, and Mrs. O.R. Person, Swea City, has been assigned this sum- ~mer to the Spencer engineering staff. He is an SCS Student Engineer Trainee. Another area student trainee is Rodney Jensen, son of Mr. • and Mrs. Roger Jensen of Fenton. He has been assigned to ' receive training from the soil scientist at Emmetsburg this summer. The student trainee examination has been opened to all college students studying agr>- RELAXING . . . What does a busy television and movie star do for relaxation when he is not In front of the camera? U yoa believe what you see here, Robert Vaughn reads Shakespeare. culture, enfisssr^j: :r r=;t:fc subjects. Tie V':r'£-se.>:;. rr> gram is d=s:rr;;c t,- ?-•••-? :rs^> ing to stuDfr.ts ii:?ri?r?: -. s. career with £f V. ?. S-:- C:c- servation Ssrvi:*. Boyd Brislow Of Burt Fires No-Hit Win Boyd Bristo'- of Burt hurle: a. no-hitter as the Bsars d:»~ci Rlngsted, 6-0, at Burt Tuesday night. He struck out 1 £ and *sl);e d four on the way to the •-„-.. Burt counted two runs ir. e. second, two in the third and i?u in the fourth to -Tap up th scoring is Ringsted corr.nutte six errors. The winners coir.- mitted two. Don Johnson -'c.s the losing pitcher. He whiffed six and walked nine. Howard Bar. and Bristo* got Burf s only two hits during the fray. Real Estate Transfers Sampson, Thomas W. iArdeen to Vera Erpelding 5/31/67SE1/4 exc. see rec. 32-96-27 Schneider, Albin fc Margaret to Walter Davis 6/6/67 Morehouse's 2nd Add to Bancroft lots 5, 6, i 7 Blk 1. Schneider, Joseph L. & Sheila D. to Leona Johnson 5/31/67 Lot 12 Blk 1 & the E 1/2 of Lot 11 blk 1 Call's Add. to Bancroft Wadleigh, Joseph J., sgl. to Floyd J. & Carol J. Hutzell 5/29/67 Lot -3 blk 74; Algona. Ev. Luth Good Samaritan Soc., The to City of Algona6/l/67 Vacated Kennedy St. between theW. line of Williams St. & the E. line of Ridgley St. 0. P. of Algona Hill, James Karry it Mary to James Kenneth & Joan Hill 6/5/67 Part of SW 1/4 NE 1/4 9-97-27 desc. as see rec. Hutzell, Donald Thomas & Ruth to Albin Schneider 6/6/67 Morehouse's 2nd Add. to Bancroft lets 5,6, & 7 blk 1; Bancroft. Krebsbach, John & Mary to Henrv E. Dontje et ux 6/6/67 SE 1/4 18-99-28 & Beg. at intersection of C. R. I. & P.R.W. with -N. boundry line of NE 1/4 ot 19-99-28 see rec. 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Electronic Specialties •SPECIALISTS IN CUSTOM TV ANTENNAS" PHON«»MJIS AL60NA.IOWA Burt-Lone Rock MONITOR Miss Lock wood Shower Honoree At Lone Rock ;'.s,'.)r>,-' LO~E KCCK- A^i i:--?r -'£J "t'.i 2.: ^e .Cn i.'i; 1 ; Iiiisinrs.* rnpftlnf; was d- .•"-.'.•IfT 'r\ Chairman :^.:-f.V l f-, R.V.i Wul VfcS viiv "Oi.v u p o,l';ing dress .''". Kilii iAmpf had Pur- minilir:. SJf.iis \Viskus 1in;rr,R VifiiStf.r v\in prizes. w';sfcii5- vf..< ir. diarpf of if.. >;;.:•!•'- Stfver. and Eva "•]•::•-. u-.U t\- n.- July or August rtinp&. Mi\r;f Parsons will be rfis? &: the St'ptf rnlie.r meet- f Elgena Young won $50 from a bank in Denver with our cherry pie receipe. What makes it different is that you use Four Roses for color. Not good for bankers around here, though - it seems to create tight money . . . GUS GLASER'S Inez Ksznjver r.elped opes tie gifts. Hostesses *ereJea2Mar- io*, J'une '.VeistroS, UiciUe aierle, Xins. Bierstedi, Thelma Ranrjs, Eliza Rath, Frances Thomsen, Bertha Ne*brough, Mary Mario*, Ruth Wehrspann, Leta Weber, Xorma Lockwood, Charlotte Lockwood, Viola Dacken, Mildred Hammerstrom, Elda Schlei, Grace Fischer, Judy Smith, Rosella Geitzenauer, Verna Hartman, Delores Bormann, Linda Besch, Bonnie Arndorfer, Judy Rosemeyer, Alice Froehlich, Barbara Kulslara, Wilma Arndorfer, Bernice Mayer, Camilla Bormann and Kate Bormann, - o - SHOWER HELD A miscellaneous shower was held for Mollie Blanchard June 14 at the Johnson House. Hostesses were Darlene Feaster, Dorothy Hardgrove, Faye Jones, Ole Long, Peggy Naylor and Edith Wolf. - o - A rehearsal dinner was given at the Johnson House by Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Colwell, Gary and Barbara for the wedding party of the Blanchard-Colwell wedding. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blanchard, Jill and Cynthia, Mollie Blanchard, Jim Colwell, Renae Votteler, Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, Mrs. Hugh Colwell, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock, Rev. and Mrs. Walter Morz, Scott Miller, Mrs. O. G. Day, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Kramer, Dallas, Tex., Roberta Kramer, Clarion, and Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Drown, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Otto Jensen, Tena Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jensen, the Roger Jensen family, and Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen, Albert Lea, all attended the wedding of Laura Jane Deardorff and Verlin Surnmy at Yale June 17. Kathy Jensen was an attendant and Mrs. Roger Jensen poured at the reception. Mr. arid Mrs. Verlin Summy will farm and Mrs. Summy will teach at Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and Kathy attended a rehearsal dinner at Perry Friday evening in honor of their niece, Laura Jane Deardorff, arid Verlin Summy. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and family, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blanchard, Ornaha, Mr. and Mrs. diet Alrne, Ottosen, Mr. arid Mrs. Roger Madsen, Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Steven, Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Blanchard, Minneapolis, were callers at the home of their mother a/id grandmother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Saturday. Dav/n Schultz, Minneapolis, and Roscoe Sehultz, Milwaukee, arrived at the Frederick Schults 1 . home Friday to visit their father a/id grandfather, Frederick Schult/, who Is in the Holy Family hospital at Esther/lllo. Mr. a/td Mrs. Lester Bullock, Muecatlne, were weekend callers at the home ot Ills parents, Hev. a/id Mrs. Albert Bullock. Uev. a/id Mrs. Albert Bullock went to Council iilutfs Monday and vibltfcd her brother, Mr, and Mrs. 0. J. Moort. Mr. and Mis. Oscar Bliinchurd, Oregon, and Mrs. Mary Budlong, Titoitka, oiled on Mrs. Maude Blu.ncha.rd Saturday. Progress Club At Portland Closes Year ~o~. Trenary became seri- rusiy ill Saturday night. It is Ml;eves he suffered a heart at- tici. About noon Sunday he was taker, by ambulance to Mason City, ft is not known at this time just what his condition is. Mr. and Mrs, Victor Fitch and Judy, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were among the crowd to attend the pot-luck supper Sunday evening in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Calbreath and family, who will be leaving about July 1. The baby girl born to Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Loebach at St. Ann hospital June 15 weighed 7 Ibs., and has been named Jeanette Isabell. Mother and baby came home Monday morning. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Sr., Whittemore, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kline, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolf of Fenton were dinner guests Father's Day in the Jack Tieman home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman attended the funeral Saturday of Mrs. Minnie Dreyer at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy visited in the home of Mrs. W. A, Wood in Algona. Jean Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, and cousin, Linda Eischen, went to Ames where they plan to spend some time. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Etherington, the James Valleys and Kenneth Buns attended a housewarmlng Friday evening for the Hanford Brocks. Roberta Lynn Zwiefel attended 4-H Methodist camp at Clear Lake two days last week. Gerald Zwiefel attended the Plum Creek boys 4-H picnic at Call State Park Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill went to Minneapolis and Hlnk- ley, Minn, where they visited her mother, Mrs. Nora Smith, and a sister, the Vernon Carlsons. Catherine Trunkhill of Algona came home to spend the weekend. WILSON'S GRADE A • • • * MINCED LEAN & TENDER V BORDEN'S ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM VAN CAMP'S JPORK & BEANS 300 « SIZE * TINS CHOPS MR. G FRENCH FRIES! PK6. PURIlY mm LOCAl^^jr/QJJ -vvr^ V^ J WJKTLANU - KJ'fcfes Club litld their annual pot~ luck picnic dinner June- 15 in Die home oiliazel, Steven, v/itli Arltne Maclow assistwit hotittba. Attending were Marie Parsons, Flossie Hartlfctt, Kva Shipltr, Edith JaiwlJ, Vivian Uutton, Linda Grace Trunar , Arleue WowJ, Keimedy, Stella Wiakua, Ella Hazel St«vtn, ArUne and Vg-ra Fitch, wat> a Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich spent a week visiting at the home of her brother and family, the Art Katlis at Bemldji. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz Richard, Floyd and Mayme, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hedernske and Angela, Sherry Arndorfer, and Sherry Nelson attended a family picnic at the home of the Tom Williamsons, Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Dauben- berger and Todd, St. Paul, Minn,, were weekend quests at the home of Mrs. Elsie Junkermeler. They were joined Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs, Loel Good of Box- holrn. Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Llchter and Tom entertained in their hoinu this past weekend Mr, and Mrs. Mateo Cliang and daughter Terrl ol Kaneohe, Hawaii. Mr. suid Mrs. Chang aro the fother and mother-in-law of Mrs, Lois Chang, the former Lois Llcliter, awl Turd is a Bister-In-law. Story Hour for area youngsters 4 years of age through second grade will begin tills Thursday, June 'I'i, at the Hurt Public Library, They will be held eacli Thursday morning from 0:30 to 10:30 a.m. Mrs, EleanorSteuzol and Mrs, NaJicy Kissner are librarians. Mr. ujul Mrs, ICrvln lilacs, Dale wul 1*0.11! were Father's Uay guests at the liomo of Mr. •md Mrs. JJan/uugg, Ames. Mrs, /augg is the former Rosemary Ulses. Mrs. Mt! ton Steward uiul sun Uoug, Ames, spent the weekend ul the paix-ntiil Wayne Mann and Hoiiier SablJi homes. Mr, ajwl Mrs, Deiuils Lynch and Alice spent Monday at Sioux City. Mr, ujid Mrs, Al Uluckley, accompanied by Duane of Cherokee, spunt fcunday v/lth their daughter Carllyii and huMbiuul, Mr. and Mrs, Jiumss Uruhin, Sioux City. MONARCH CRUSHED PINEAPPLE BORDEN'S COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERTOP SWEET ROLLS PKGS, IODIZED SALT EACH SATHER'S COOKIES 4 WILDERNESS CHERRY PIE MIX No. 2 can VOGEL'S CARDINAL STORE WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS BURT, IOWA WE GIVE GIR HOUSE STAMPS

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