The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1967 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Tuesday, July 18, 1967
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2-Algona, (la.) Upper DM Motnftt Tuesday, July 18, 1967 Twenty-Eight New Vehicles Sold In Week A total of 28 new vehicles were registered in Kossuth county last week. The listing included 22 new autos, three trucks, two vans and a camper. Here are the new owners: Ford - Oliver S. Carlson, Algona, pickup; Sinclair Petrochemicals, Inc., Algona, truck; Floyd Ellsworth Treat, Swea City; Ray M. or Margaret Eichhorn, Lakota; D. C. or Helen Sjogren, Algona; Joseph L. Downey, Algona. Chevrolet - H. G. Bierstedt, Whittemore, truck; Read's Furniture, Inc., Algona, van; Long's Dairy, Algona, van; J. C. or Yvonne Nyman, Bancroft; M. N. Bartele, Jr., Ledyard; C. P. or Elizabeth Ludwig, Algona. Buick - Everett Garbett, Algona; M. A. Miller, Livermore; Florence M. Bjustrom, Algona; L. L. McKay, Bode. Pontiac - Patrick Bradley, Burt; C. 0. or Alberta Kautsch, Whittemore; Herman or Laura Becker, Irvington. Plymouth- F. L. or Vera Mae Will, CorwithjEldoraSchmeling, Whittemore. Oldsmobile - Lola Scuffham, Algona. Dodge - J. J. or Lois Corrine Vint, Algona. Mercury - Paul A. and/or Elsie Koppen, Lakota. Volkswagen - A. A. Krueger, Lone Rock. Rambler - Ruth E. Braatz, Whittemore. Lincoln — Oliver S. Carlson, Algona. Safeway MH-Edward M.Stat- telman, Jr., West Bend. Noel Krantz Of Titonka Wed July 1 Susan Ellen Nicolai, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Nicolai of Colman, S.D., became the bride of Noel James Krantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Titonka, in a double ring ceremony July 1 at the Colman Methodist Church. Rev. Darrel C. Leach performed the ceremony. The bride, escorted down the aisle by her father, wore a gown of white peau de sole and Mandel lace trimmed with seed pearls. It featured an empire waist, chapel train and mantilla veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses and white carnations. Mrs. Garry Schrank served as matron of honor, with Mrs. Douglas Hinkle serving as bridesmaid. R, Dverg Krantz served his brother as best man, and Peter Nicolai was groomsman. Gene Nicolai was ring bearer and Jill Krantz was flower girl. Ushers were Matthew Bruns, Stephen Cosgrove and Bruce Kitzinger. Byron Henn served as organist and accompanied Gay Crisp, soloist. A reception was held at the RE A building following the ceremony with Mrs. Douglas Stoltz at the guest book. Mrs. Dennis Meisis served the punch, while Mrs. H.J. Roda and Mrs. L.M. Nicolai, Jr. poured coffee. Cutting the cake were Mrs. Elizabeth Watt and Mrs. Caroline Baker, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Bishman served as hosts. Waitresses were Valerie Miller, Marlu Krantz, Jo Anne Brende, Patti Agnew and Carolyn Reeve. Mrs. Russell Spader, Connie Heemeyer and Vicki Koestler opened the gifts. Following a honeymoon trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota, the couple is now at home in Titonka. The bride is a graduate of South Dakota State University and teaches in Titonka. The groom attended Iowa State University and is engaged in farming. Wesleyan At Iowa State Orientation James Blaln, Wesley, was one of the incoming freshmen of the College of Sciences and Humanities at Iowa State University who have been attending orientation meetings on campus last week. The two-day session was devoted to aptitude and placement tests, visits with counselors and planning their first class schedule for the fall quarter at the University. While on campus, James and the hundreds of other future collegiates lived in University dormitories and had their meals in the dormitory food service facilities if they chose. Tours of the various departments were made and students and parents congregated in the evening for fraternity and church religious orientation programs. LuVerne Girl At Iowa State Orientation Zelda Witzel, daughter of Mrs. Mabel Shorey of LuVerne, was recently on campus at Iowa State University for orientation meetings in the College of Home Economics. The two-day session was designed for the incoming freshmen who wished to get situated before the fall rush. Class schedules were plotted, aptitude and placement tests were taken, and tours of departments were made. Volunteers Needed Volunteers are needed by the Kossuth County Historical Society to clean and polish furniture and fixtures in the building. Anyone interested in helping should contact C. R. Schoby or Bill Dau, Sr., in Algona. YOU'RE INVITED TO HI TRUCK DAY IN ALGONA THE INTERNATIONAL TRUCK CARAVAN SHOWING THE COMPLETE LINE OF ALL MODELS OF INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS FROM SCOUTS TO CO 4000 s WILL DE HERE ALL DAY Wednesday, July 19th REFRESHMENTS-DOOR PRIZES DEMONSTRATIONS NO PURCHASE NECESSARY ECONOMY DRIVING TEST A CHALLENGE FOR EACH AND EVERYONE PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THIS DIG EVENT ALGONA IMPLEMENT 1417 Commercial 295-3501 Algon*

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