The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 3
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6-Algono (\a.} renco >vtft\£ risUxvs in v ir. V. A; V'aVf Mr. si • Pretty Jear. Wesohfr, ttiss Bur, o: ;?67, is shew during jJif - 1 " -.Tirade of jjaeens, floats, lands and drill teams at £ie Sros City ' vv in -. vjev rtev-c. ThursdRi. ,iiil\ C7. Thirteen area queens _, * VVfci. rtJIv. t it-*«- i-'rt.^ ^>* * HM* v-^"*_ i - ., • vied for &e titlf aJ VJss Koss; - Kiss lAXivtri GreuiJien OeBoer. WAS von i>y Sherry Nelson Of Algona To Wed. ; Oct. 7 SHERRY NELSON Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nelson of Algona have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sherry, and Floyd Lavrenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz of Burt. The wedding is to take place Oct. 7 in the Burt Lutheran church. Rev. Merlin Daries, Pastor SVXDAY, Aug. 5-Divinewor- ship, ? a.m. Sunday school, lOi.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Aug. 3-Woman's Society of Christian Service, 2 p.m. SUNDAY, Aug. 6 - Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Divine worship service, 10:30 a.m. BURT METHODIST W.S.C.S. circles will meet on Wednesday, Aug. 9, instead of Wednesday, Aug. 16, because of the Fair. Ivy circle will meet with Hazel Larson and Elizabeth Kennedy. Gladys circle will meet at the home of Lulu Hawcott with Mary Gebken assisting. Janice circle will meet at the home of Barbara Harms with Toots Hoppus assisting hostess. COMMUNITY CALENDAR CHURCH NEWS TUESDAY, Aug. 1 - American Legion and Auxiliary meeting, 8 p.m. .WEDNESDAY, Aug. 2 - Go Kart Races. Time Trials at 8 p.m., 8:30 p.m. MONDAY, Aug. 7-Town council meeting, 8 p.m. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Rieners, Supply Pastor AY, :-^2. £— Divide vor- ORTLAND | By Mrs. Victor Fftch j~it — '.JIT. ux i.-ar; i.sv, Irjroiu; iiuriov , S2i:iRjiU«: W- Veroui. . I •«.-", AH;,. £•- Di-'Hit "O:I i-.B.. Stmu^: tciiool. c .-i..ii.. tit 5S t WOT OR ? smia RED'S MOTOR SH AT Mrs. SfArXs ao-,v;i\ v .its. Mr. i«x1 to U;-OWT,^..UC> Geltzenauer, Delbert Ornle Behrends, Glen Householder, Jerry Wlbben, Menvin Marlow, Art Baker, Ray LA.*KS Alf Krueger, Lloyd Hutch- inscm, Eugene Hanson, Albert Stuser, Junior Hurlburt, Dennis PrtfV*, and Frank Haig. s femilj v\>Uuc.lj > s Ain\WTit. AVvut 'K:. sn. J . VCrs. S.v Tyk \vinski ,->: 7rsr,VkV>, Minn. »vw Tuesday an.-: \v>,in«>.«.1sj \is;tors in the Sorr.sr.'i Voistfr home. Mrs. ?v-sv.ir,sV-; siv 0 . Mrs^ Meister are o.Misins. Wr. ftivi Vrs. Meister WASH WHAJ YOU WANT ...WHEN YOU WANT... \\estinghouse r Of rfj'i KAWiOH • SAVE WASH I DRY tV it, j Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear and ii-iily returned home a week ago Srr.irday after spending about five iiys reins tfcrougfc the Bad L^nds lirs. Firrest wniis DlTitoaki spen: F riuay visinag the Johnny SpfetJ liLTPi 1 }'- Mr. aad Mrs. r.o'oer. Spetr si Tiuiats. --ere Suiian; risii-Ji'i it the Spear a; sr.-vT.sdak Wednesday and find %'rs.. S.ft. C«, home to ?otn.p!«or. 7>ursda>> after they l...\s 'spent several days visiting -.-. thf Vif'istf? tome. Vrs. F.V.MlvS'' Kennedy and Vrs. Stf-fr! W L \V: and Randy visited Mrs.. Hoj'd Ssrtlett \Ved- Eui-ene M?.istf-r and Mary Ann Cr.v;i visited Sundi} in the home of Ju--r father, the EarlC-oetzes, Austin. A f.istf-r, Janet Goetz, who «ts on a five-day leave from the convent, was also visiting there. Mrs. Howard Sparks visited Saturday afternoon and evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Easton at Clear Lake. Paulette Arend, who is attending Medical Institute at Minneapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend. Brithday club met atEllaSigs- bee's Thursday, to help Ella celebrate her birthday. All seven members were present: Veleda Griese, Esther Williams, Elizabeth Kennedy, Jessie Miller, Maybelle Becker and Edith Jandl. Lunch was served by the hostess and she was presented a cash collection. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended a party Wednesday evening in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder in honor of Mrs. Broesder's birthday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Becky Brandow, Mrs. Effie Teeter and Ethel Johnson. Mrs. Bob Arend of Algona went to Ankeny recently and visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John. Mrs. Thompson and John came home with Mrs. Arend and stayed till Friday when they accompanied Mrs. Edmund Larson and Mrs. J.R.Thompson back to Ankeny. Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Thompson helped Mrs. Jack Thompson get settled in their new home in Ankeny. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meister and family of Wall Lake. Mrs. Katie Fitzsimmons and an aunt, Mrs. Teresa Fix of Wall Lake were also guests. Linda Ramus Bridal Shower At Lone Rock WED 50 YEARS The children of Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends will sponsor an open house in honor of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary, Sunday, August 13, at the Methodist Church, Fenton, from 2 to 4 p.m. They request no gifts. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Behrends are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent (Lita) Behrends, Topeka, Kans; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Behrends, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Virginia) Frltzler, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. f + « \ * \ Our Luke Miller was awarded a 50 Year Masonic Pin. Time really flies - three years ago he got the 30 Year Pin . . . • * • + * WILSON'S CANNED HAM WILSON'S :. -diic Mrs. Tony Jtidl a- «t i. ianiiiy gsi-iuretiier Lad u'. Suiitia> a: Turtle Late. U: iOl reiativts gatiierfed ior LOM: ROCK- Abridal shower fis held in the Lons Rock Church July 23 in honor of Linda Ramus, bride-to-lft ol I>r. Taomas Lang o! Glarrille, Mum. Tie prcigrazn vas opened "*ith welK/Es £^i scripture by Mrs. Dira&y KrsS. Corsages were presents*! to &s boaored guests ijid ;ijT»r^ 02 bj- Mrs. Honialne ?ritbc. lirs. Palsy Priete re^d "Tiis IE Your Uife." Those par- ricyrctiii? iii me silt vere Deaise , yl -Atii;b:od tua Lia^ KnoU. i-.eiuu.fc Y'joel aio "]ivi%, Jufiy Kraft -*l r i Kay Mrs. Wilfred Radig arrived home Saturday after a memorable visit to Washington, B.C. where she attended the Lutheran Women's Convention. There were 2,020 present and because of the train strike, 400 who had registered were not able to attend. Monday night, they enjoyed a bus tour of Washington; Tuesday night a boat cruise on the Potomac, where they were served a German buffet; Wednesday evening was spent visiting at the home of Mrs. Sage, Arlington, Va., the former Evelyn Radig. Thursday following the banquet they attended Communion Vesper services at Washington National Cathedral, which was the biggest thrill of the whole trip. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marlow and family left Wednesday for a. few days at the Don Jensen home in Hackensack, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neswold of Britt visited the E.A. Lee and Alf Kruegers Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Nordine and Stanley stopped in Lone Rock Sunday enroute from Polk City where they visited Mr S. Nordine's relatives after vacationing on the east coast. The Nordines live at Ellsworth, Wise. Mrs. Harley Lenardson, and Carol from Midland, '. arrived Friday at the home of h grandfather, Will Christensqn. They were visitors Sunday at : the .3 home of her father, Mr. and Mrs. ; Lawrence Zweifel at SweaCity. j They are planning to spend a few : days this week with the Ronald Christenson family in Belgrade, Minn. Willard Ohm from Ellendale, Minn, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, the Ed Ohms. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm spent a few days with thejr son and family, the Gordon Ohms, Avoca, la. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jenson and Tena Jensen visited an aunt, Mrs. Tena Larson, Wabasha, Minn., Friday and Saturday. Enroute home they stopped at the James Jensen's, Albert Lea. Rev. and Mrs. Bullock and Ellen arrived Friday in Lakeside, Calif, to visit Mrs. Bullock's sister who was very ill. The sister died Saturday. Next Sunday the Presbyterian congregation will worship at the chapel at the Presbyterian camp at Lake Okoboji at 10 a.m. Everyone take food for a picnic dinner. Alfred Schultz and family and Mrs. Hilda Schultz from Whittemore called on Mrs. Maude Blanchard Wednesday evening. A coffee party was held Saturday morning in the Frank Haig home in honor of Mrs. Milford Mitchell's birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Willis Gotten, Mrs. Alf Krueger, Mrs. E.A, Lee, Mrs. Rodger Jen- Mrs. Erich Seegebarth and Jeasen. • • • Crisprite BACON 59* Ib. VAN CAMP'S GUS GLASER'S CHIPPED V • It v 4 PORK & BEANS STARKIST T 4 > TUNA reg. size tin MONARCH WHOLE KERNEL CORN 1 > > MONARCH SHOESTRING POTATOES tin 4 • > * BUTT'R TOPP COFFEE CAKES each 39 PILLSBURY BUTTERMILK SATHER'S COOKIES oiougt iii ciuwg* auc I'-jit ypsuw s witi: Mrt. U-j U^ '.MIL. v.tt siryfci i»y ti* iiv W^Jfe Kvt* JCjai'v Cli iyiciy Fraai Mi. mA Mrs. KermitKrueger, FvieEt Lake, Minn, spent the weeke.'ri at the parental A. A. Kruegeis. Div. t Schultz, Minneapolis, £i*ii! tU weekend with Mr. and l/.;t. F;eorick Schultz. ttr. -eM Mrs. JohnSones, Lau- Kt'jt, w~l Saturday with her ivA.-'.i, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. W:i. tjiwc RaimiE, mother of Iff'j Etaiui, will celebrate her V-fi: t?;rci/iity August 1. She is it tlA Good Samaritan • • PICK & PACK FROZEN STRAWBERRIES KOOL AID pkg. GARRY FUNERAL HOME and WITH OXYGEN VOGEL'S CARDINAL STORE WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS BURT, IOWA WE GIVE GIR HOUSE STAMPS

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