The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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o I It's a strange world - the |eek and lowly, the high and jighty, the successful and the [ilures, all reach the ultimate >al - death - and while I was >ver a fan of Jayne Mansfield, >r untimely and tragic death jems pitiful. A woman of wealth ho could have everything in the [orld - a family who loved her course, yet will be well taken ire of, contrasted with someone [ no means, a struggle for a mere xistence - well, it all adds up- there's a destiny that shapes ur ends" - a quote from Shakes- eare if I remember my English. - o - Just how inspired this column HI be this week remains to be )en, for I am still far from the velyn I usually am. This darned nlection had a good grip on me nd I am so full of dope I feel is if one pushed on my tummy ust a little, Pd spout a wee bit if cough medicine, a pretty little 111, an equally pretty little cap- ule, a vicious-looking hugecap- ule, plus a couple of aspirin, followed by two shots - you know there - plus hot packs. All to- other I'm a mess I My pep is jo low to measure, so let's ]ust say NUTS. - o - I've been so proud of being fable to do my own bath except |rom ray knees down, and this 'morning I hide my face in shame- Jl had a bed bath. Oh well, I've pad so many of those over the fyears, why let another disturb ime. - o - Kitty Phillips brought me some ibooks yesterday and was telling wa]lu I" ' V '' 1KJ te '*' arthritis olncc you,,,; ;: i r i| lov]i , u 1 to wear braces from his hips ''own, but is able to swing himself "" crutches and gets around }jrr;tty well. He's lucky to be 'dive and able to be on his feet. '*t present, ho and his family * Tf - living in a trailer liouse, '"'t later plan to have a house *iUi a sidewalk and yard so he can be outdoors more of the time. notes well 'talk aU'TuMnflXj^ Thank goodness Ray Potter , , hls ailmtnts llckc-d. He S\r^t r r d e'r- llfe and i ove O f ' Sin^My" wrv l*st wishes to hirn.' - o - So Doc Karl Hoffman made a hole In one. Well, so what? He s been doing that for years then filled them up again I Seriously, congratulations. Stokely-Van Camp. The groom elect is serving with the U.S. Army at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. A July 6 wedding took place in the Congregational church. He has a thirty-day leave and will then leave for Germany. Her son, Frank, will be in Anchorage, Alaska a couple of weeks. He left his home at Minneapolis at 7:45 p. m. and reached Alaska at 11:30 p. m. Isn't it amazing hov, space is covered 1 I was having my all- ments, a letter vested/ torn Gayle Henderson Kierulff said she was hospitalized. A kidney Action and hormone Imbalance Hormones are odd things and can do queer tricks. Several >earsa g o as I was being taken °" the elevator at Iowa City J PftyglrU-as being put on- sh/ ? ,1 say of zo - P 1 ^She had the nicest Van Dyke beard you ever saw and could have had a good side show spot , had she wanted it - but I don't blame her for wanting to be a female-female, I asked my nurse, "What in the world ails n «7 "Too many male hormones," she answered. - o - This whole column seems to deal with ailments. This item has to do with Delbert Moore who was severely injured in an auto accident months ago. He has Well, two ads in one day with the kind invitation to purchase lakeside lots - build a summer home and live it up! Yep that's JUST what I need. One was the Spirit Lake area, one some place in Missouri I never heard of, and since I am not an LBJ or a Jackie, I am afraid I'll never become the lake lot owner. Theodosia Hills. They tell me I am a winner of a contest I never even heard of-much less Bull Shoals Lake in the heart of the Ozarks 1 Sounds enchanting, - o - A letter from Maggie Pannkuk of Fairmont had an enclosed newspaper picture of a mother mallard taking her routed family of 11 ducks from under a fence through the backyard of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kramer, Maggie's son-in-law and daughter. Cars waited while the family crossed the road, single file, then making a dive and over another wall, then to the water where they swam straight to the middle. - o - She also enclosed a picture of her granddaughter, Barbara Jo Pannkuk, whose engagement to Kenneth Olson has been announced. She is employed at "Make love your aim, and earnestly desire the spiritual gifts, especially that you may prophesy. * ' a — Corinthians 14:1 Make love your aim and there will be no room in your heart for hate or envy. Begin with a love of God. Make God the center of your world. Love your family and your friends. Look for the good that is in every man and be not impatient with imperfections. If you can put more love into your approach to everyday life, you will find a continually greater peace of mind. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: II. **••••••••• VAN'S CAFE 18 & 169 IS $ER DRY CLEANERS Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clolh ing for Men and Boys . MOVING and STORAGE weal & • PL "no ne Distance * \ . Algona, Iowa HI.BRED CORN CO. Production Manager lins, Experimental Mgr. INC. — • n i va ' Speed" Tools ^ANSON'S - ALGONA ere Shopping Is A Pleasure" ••••••••••••••*•• SHUTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Tel. 295-5371 - Algona, Iowa BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street - 295-5206 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - -CMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires - Stanhoist KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire °LONIAL MOTEL IH Tradors - Trucks - Farm Equipment^ The tourist season 1 "Today's voice crying in the wilderness is a tourist whose wife read the map." To which might be added, "With cans and bottles and general upheaval, the picnicker remains the forest's prime evil". - o - Edna Stebbins, Pomona, Calif., and her sister, Margaret Ross, Dayton, Ohio, make alternate visits each year. This year it was Edna's turn to go to Ohio and in August their sister, Lulu, will join them. They will be remembered as the Winslow sisters. A sister, Cecile, and brother, Harry, are deceased. Edna Is grandmother of my cousin, Gayle Kierulff, and I am looking forward to Edna's visit in Algona and a first-hand report on all the family. She is also a close friend of the Mary Miller daughters, Twilla Bartholomew and Mrs. Wellendorf, and many, many other friends here. She grew to young womanhood here, married Ross Stebbins and they had a daughter Leeta who married my cousin, Melvin Henderson. She is also related to the Naudains. New Officers Installed By Wesley 'Aux' WESLEY - The American Legion Auxiliary met June 27 at the Legion hall with installation of officers. Installed were Joan Grandgenett, president; Agnes Stevens, vice president; Laura Klein, secretary; Lucille Hlr- ner, treasurer; Gloria Fries, historian; Josephine Lickteig, chaplain; Lorraine Goetz, sergeant-at-arms. Jo Muerer, Rita Youngwirth and Mrs. Bill Goetz are on the advisory board. Joan Grandgenett gave a report on the Knoxville picnic. There will be no August meeting. The September meeting will be the membership pot-luck. Lunch was served. - o - Fred Rasmussen, son of Mr., and Mrs. Merle Rasmussen, is a seaman recruit stationed at Great Lakes. His address is SR B61 94 01, Company 265, Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, m. 60088. Mr. and Mrs. Don Potthoff arrived home Friday from a trip to Denver, Colo, and the Black Hills. They were married June 24 and are now making their home in Algona. Mrs. Myrtle Wynne and Mrs. Gen Leach, Albert Lea, Minn., visited friends In Wesley Wednesday afternoon. The Pat Baumanns of Whittemore are parents of a daughter, Joyce Ann, born June 28. She was baptized Sunday at Whittemore. Donald Potthoff and Joyce Becker were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek have been visited this past week by Sister Mary Hermene- gild of Kansasville, Wise. Sister Hermenegild, Sister of St. Francis of Assissi Convent in Milwaukee, celebrated her 50th anniversary as a nun July 2. in her honor and in honor of her niece, Sister Bernard Marie, daughter of Mrs. John Arens of Chicago, who was here for the weekend, a family picnic was held at Call Park in Algona. Relatives in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barton and Cheryl, Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore and family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Woods and family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr. and family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek and family, Wesley, Mrs. James Hauptmann, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hauptmann and family, Bancroft. Mrs. James Hauptmann will leave this weekend and fly to Hawaii to join her husband, Jim, who is on leave from service in the Army, stationed in Vietnam. Aileen Martinek of Boone visited relatives over the weekend. Jane Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips, Emmetsburg, returned home Thursday after a week's visit with Janet Studer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Studer, and friends. Mrs. Mary Weber entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Justine Becker, Joyce and Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Becker spent the 4th of July at the Allan Vaske residence at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig left this past week for Boston. Mass., and points east to visit relatives. Enroute they took Dennis Potthoff to Carroll and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riesberg. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer have had as house guests his brother and sister, Brother Luke S.C.S. of Sherman Oakes, Calif., Mrs. Gertrude Bauer of Mendota, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Bauer, Hanklnson, N. D. Sunday, all were dinner guests at the Ralph Riuer residence at Whittemore and supper guests at the William Hrubes home. Friday all were dinner guests at the John Bauer home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Hrubes were guests of the Gus Brandts at Clear Lake June 25. Mrs. Ralph Bauer and Marcia of Whittemore were Friday visitors at the R. C. Bauer home. Mrs. Bernadette Pfeffer and daughter Concetta, returned from Iowa City where Concette had surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ackerson, Mr. and Mrs. George Ostercamp, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fries and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel are spending a week fishing in northern Minnesota. Clarence Ackerson left Friday to spend the weekend with his daughter and son-in-law, the Tom Longs, Bettendorf. Miss Ringsted Joleen Wiseman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwtght Wiseman, will be representing the Ringsted Businessmen's club in the Kossuth-Winnebago Miss America pageant during the Swea City Fair and Field Days, July 26 and Vicki Thilges Of Lcikota Bride On June 24 Vicki Lynn Thilges of Lakota became the bride of Steven Mallory in a morning ceremony June 24 at Sacred Heart church in Ledyard. The Rev. Ralph Obermeier officiated at the double ring ceremony. A reception for 150 guests followed in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thilges of Lakota are the bride's parents, and Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Mallory of Caledonia, Minn, are the groom's parents. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Craig Thilges, matron of honor, Margaret Powers and Sue Richardson, bridesmaids. Attending the groom were Harlan Johnsrud, best man, Craig Thilges and Neil Grandberg, groomsmen Mr. and Mrs. Mallory took a one-week wedding trip to the Ozarks and now are at home in Minneapolis. Mrs. Mallory attended Mankato Commercial College and is employed with John Kinnard Investment Co. Her husband is a graduate of Caledonia High School, Russia IS First Russia is the world's leading producer of platinum, followed by Canada, Colombia, and South Africa. Thursday, July 13, 1967 Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 ''' ' ~ CLOSED JULY 17 thru JULY 22 FOR VACATIONS MODERN DRY CLEANERS ALGONA TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION ^^ Farm No, 1 The Southwest Quarter of TIME OF SALE| 1:30 P. M., July 19, 1967. < ak / •""« « «" Poises above de- Farm No, 2 Th< : Nor thwest Quarter (NW/4) O f Sec- 28 ' West of TIME OF SALE: 3 :15 P. M., July 19, 1967. the " remises ^ve de- a of A o M- ately 9 miles south a*d east ol Algona (4 miles east of Htehwav IfiQ nv approximately 1* mi , es north and 2 «Sf w«f i^U- TERMS^IOJ down on date of sale, balance to be paid March 1, POSSESSION: Possession will be given to the buyers on March 1 1968. Seller will pay the taxes of 1967 payable in CHARLEY QUINN Auctioneer HUTCHISON & ANDREASEN, Algona, Iowa AMERICA'S MOST UNUSUAL Xl GASOLINE PUMP STOP AND FILL UP WHERE THE "EXTRA SAVINGS" MAKE THE DIFFERENCE SAVE ON GASOLINE and MERCHANDISE 1. Buy $4 Worth of Holiday GASOLINE! 2. You Receive 4 pages Holiday STAMPS FREE! 3. That's one page (30 stamps) per $1.00 gas purchase 4. Use these 4 pages to buy Everyday Needs SEE HOW MUCH YOU WILL SAVE WITH HOLIDAY ^ STAMPS CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP ".-,•0 "" „, Everybody's Favorite! Great lor 10M* 1 -\1^/ cooking too. \ j^s^-^ii^j _ Wt v. ^ FAMOUS BRAND TUNA FISH Delicious Chunk Light tuna for salads, sandwiches. KEEP BUGS AWAY PATIO CANDLE Jar reuseable as vase BIG 10 LB. BAG CHARCOAL BRIQUETS WilMPajes Holiday Stamps With 4 Pajes Holiday Stamps USE YOUR HOLIDAY ALGONA, IA. HIGHWAY 169 FOR SKIN BEAUTY NOXZEMA Big 6-02. size famous skin creani. KELLOGG VARIETY PACK Choose your favorite from variety pack 2PKGS.OF10EACH PAPER PLATES 22 LONG RIFLE SHELLS Extra high power copper plated CREDIT CARD OPEN 6 A.M. TO 10 PM SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 2^9 With 4 Pages Holiday Stamps 19 9 29 With 4 Pages Holiday Stamps 49 With 4 Pages Holiday Stamps 2 WHIM Pates Holiday Stamps 2^9 With 4 Pa^es Holiiijy Stamps 54< I

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