The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 8
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New Miss Kossuth - Winnebago And Other Queen Candidates Thirteen area girls competed for the title Miss Kossuth-Winnebago Wednesday and Thursday, July 26-27, at Swea City during the annual Fair and Field Days. Gretchen DeBoer, Ledyard, was crowned Queen of the event Thursday night. The entire group of candidates are shown here right after the parade Thursday afternoon, which preceded the finals of the contest. Queens shown, left to right, are Pamela Ericson, Sioux City, Miss Iowa; Kitty Hardgrove, Miss Algona; Nikki Laffey, Miss Armstrong; Joleen Wiseman, Miss Ringsted; Linda Meyer, Miss Crystal Lake; Susan Charlson, Miss Forest City; Coleen Elliott, Miss Swea City; Becky Johnson, Miss Rake; Linda Rogness, Miss Lake Mills; Jean Johnson, Miss Buffalo Center; Miss DeBoer; Kathy Christ, Miss Lakota; Ann Anderson, Miss Thompson; and Jean Mescher, Miss Burt. First runner-up in the contest was Miss Anderson of Thompson and second runner-up was Miss Rogness of Lake Mills. The Thompson entrant was also Miss Congeniality. The crowning was by the outgoing Miss Swea City, Linda Hoeppner, Lakota. (UDM Newsfotos) Free gasoline through August! Anybody who gives away 30 FREE gallons of gasoline and gives you a special deal on 4 Atlas Plycron tires should have his head examined. iWotnes VOL. 101 NO. 59 AUG. 3, 1967 SECOND SECTION Entered a« second class matter at the postofflce at Algona, Iowa (00311). Nov. 1. 1032. under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 Come in and examine our heads. Get the best deal from your Standard Come ahead - Fl11 U P ° n fr ee Super p re /•vi r\ i _i 4. .c «^,^^i;«^ -i-x-^i rriium Gasoline as you start driving on Oil Dealer-and get free gasoline, too! fournew At|as Plycyrons (The fam8ous Round Tires that roll up to 3000 miles farther than most new car tires.) Or. you can get 50 gallons of our famous Super Premium Gasoline for buying four new Amoco 120 Super Tires (torture-tested at 120 mph to give you greater safety wherever you drive). Either way, you get a king-size trade-in allowance on your old tires. Don't worry about cash: No money down, up to a year to pay with your Standard Oil Credit Card. Or ask for Instant Credit. But hurry. This special offer ends September 5th. "You expect more from Standard and you get it!"' ©Tim Anienc.ni Oil Cumpjn,. 19to/ • Wotld'S (attest dlsttibuloi Ol AtlaJlltes T(..Jcm,irki • Atl.i»' -' 'Pi.cron -Hi'.: u S i'.il On -M .1, >.;>;•', L , Buy 4 Amoco 120 SuperTires and get 50 free gallons of gasoline! STANDARD OIL 528 311 253 b o i JOHN K GROSSPIETSCH 01 «°»" . ... _ .... .. 70 <l« -AVAILABLE AT THIS PARTICIPATING STANDARD OIL DEALER IUS TIRES Chuck Befir's Standard Service Lakota Girl Is Bride Of Ledyard Man Phyllis Christine Wallentine and Loren David Wibben were married at 7 p.m. July 22 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Lakota with the Rev. Paul Ofstedal performing the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore I. Wallentine of Lakota are the bride's parents and the groom is the son of Mrs. Irene Wibben of Elmore. Martha Wallentine attended her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Gretchen DeBoer and Mrs. Virgil Wallentine, sister- in-law of the bride. The groom's brothers, Marvin and Edwin Wibben served as best man and groomsman respectively. Conley Blorn was the other groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Wibben took a wedding trip to Colorado and then will be at home at Humboldt where Wibben is accountant at Agrico Chemical. The bride is a graduate of Ledyard High School while the groom graduated from Lakota High School and Mankato Commercial College. County Meeting Kossuth county units of the American Legion Auxiliary will hold their quarterly meeting August 8 at 2 p.m. at the- Methodist church in Titonka. There will be a memorial service. Each unit is to bring their Girl Stater, who will give highlights of her experiences. Enter Animals Among entrants registered to show at the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines Aug. 18-27 are the following persons from Kossutli county: Kurt King, Algona, 4-H Open Angus; and W.J. Stewart and Son, Burt, Duroc, Duroc Market Barrow and Carcass Barrow classes. LuVerne Folks Saw Plenty Of Pencils LUVERNE - Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, LuVerne, and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Genard Towne, Manson, have returned from their vacation. They went to Canton, Mo. to attend a pencil collectors convention. It was held in the main room of Stockton College. They ate their meals and had their lodging in the dormitory of the college. The convention lasted two days and collectors came from seven states. The pencils from the entire collection, if laid end to end, would have been 3,992 miles long. They went to Illinois on a ferry across the Mississippi River, and visited Mr. Neal's brothers and sisters and attended a reunion at Saybrook and Fisher. The reunion was held at Fisher. Mr. Neal was pleasantly surprised to see his brother Ernest from Alameda, Calif. They visited Mrs. Neal's three brothers and two sisters in Mansfield. The Bateman reunion was held Sunday at the Lake of the Woods between Mansfield and Champaign. There were 75 in attendance. On their way home they stopped overnight in Cedar Rapids with the Neal's granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodrich. Open House Farmers Regional Cooperative of Fort Dodge has planned a month of open house days at their research farm on Highway 20, 2 miles east of the city. All patrons and farmer-owners are invited to spend one or more of the days as guests. Miss Mudsen Of Seneca To Wed Aug. 19 SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Madsen have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Carolyn Mae to Paul Allen Westrum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Westrum, Albert Lea, Minn. Carolyn is a graduate of Sentral High School and Mankato Commercial College. She is employed as a secretary at Wilson and Co., Albert Lea. Her fiance is a graduate of Albert Lea High School and is presently employed there. The wedding will be held Aug. 19. - o - HOSTS AUXILIARY Mrs. Clarence Osborn was hostess to the American Legion Auxiliary July 14. Mrs. Nellie Wolf, charter member of the unit, assisted by Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman, installed the officers for the next year. The group voted to give a monetary gift to the Eldora Training School. They also presented a gift to Mrs. John Bailey who is moving from the Fenton area. Members were reminded of the county meeting, which is scheduled for Aug. 8 at Titonka. Jacqueline Jones, who attended Girl's State, will give highlights of the session. Mrs. Straley was hostess to the annual picnic at her home Aug. 1. Sells Bulls Ben Studer, Wesley, recently sold an Aberdeen-Angus bull to Fred Bruhl, Clarion, and four bulls to Wilmer Lenz, Pomeroy. State & Jones St. Phone 295-3372 ALGONA, IOWA KLGA FREE NIGHT AT THE STARLITE DRIVE IN FEATURING "MUNSTER GO HOME" AND "NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLEY" ALL FREE TO THE PUBLIC WEDNESDAY-AUGUST 9

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