The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 27
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
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16-Algono, (lo.) Upper D* Moines Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967 jpllUIHyillllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllll^^ Cindy Cowan Bride Of Larry Helmers Pictured In the above photo are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Helmers who were married June 24 at the Congregational church in Algona. Mrs. Helmers is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan of Algona, and Mr. Helmers, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Helmers, Algona. The young couple are residing at Cedar Falls where both will be students at North Iowa University in September. Complete wedding details were published in the July 11 issue of the Upper Des Moines. MRS. DAISY SCHAUER, senior regent of the Women of the Moose, Mrs. Helen Klooster, graduate regent, and Ardeen Sampson were in Mason City July 29 attending the 54th Iowa State Moose Association convention. About 175 members of the Auxiliary from various parts of Iowa attended. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp attended an Isenberger family reunion Aug. 6 at Clarion. The Isenbergers are Mrs. Klamp's relatives. Saturday, Aug. 12, Mr. and Mrs. Klamp attended the wedding of the tetter's nephew Robert Olin and Elaine Buysse at Marshalltown. the wedding was held in the Catholic church. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen left Monday for a week's vacation at Green Lake, Spicer, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis returned from a ten day visit at Baton Rouge, La with Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mitts, Jr. They made the trip via plane. MR. AND MRS. Frank Buckingham of Independence were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Andrew Hansen. MR. AND MRS. Dick Biesell took their sons, David, 16, and, Dan, 13, to Minneapolis, Minn, last week, an observance of their birthdays. David's guest was Tom Russell of Whittemore and Dan's was Jim Sohn. MR. AND MRS. Charles Schaeffer had Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwitter of Wall Lake as guests Sunday. MANY OLDER Algonans will remember Elsie Kilbourne who was organist at the Methodist church, and it was learned here recently that she had died. MR. AND MRS. John Romer were visited Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buck of Clarinda. MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hestor of Earlham, met Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hestor in Earlham for a reunion with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hestor and two children of Orange, Calif. Robert and Harold are sons of the Russell Hestors and nephews of the Hutzells. The September circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met Thursday, Aug. 17, with Mrs. Roy Hutzell. BILL MILDER flew from Los Angeles to Des Moines Monday THIS WEEK 'S SPECIAL 1966 Chevelle 2-door Sport Coupe, SS, 396 Engine, 4-speed Transmission, Radio, Radio, Positraction Rear Axle, Tilt Steering Wheel, Low Mileage. 1965 Chevrolet Impala 2-dr. Sport Coupe, V-8, Powerglide Transmission, Radio, Beige Color, local car, driven 28,000 miles, Extra Clean. 1965 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-dr. Sedan, 6 cyl., regular Transmission, Radio, new Tires, driven only 20,000 miles, local owner. 1964 Ford V-8 4-dr. Galaxie 500, Automatic Transmission, good Tires, Clean. 1963 Ford 4-dr. Sedan, V-8, Reg. Transmission, Radio, Red Color, a good runner for $795. 1961 Chevrolet 6 cyl., 2-dr. Sedan, Reg. Transmission, Radio, a good solid car for $550. 1961 Falcon 2-dr. DeLuxe, all-vinyl interior, Radio, Reg. Transmission, a nice one for $425. 1961 Chrysler 4-dr. Sedan, Automatic Trans,, Power Steering, Radio, a real nice car for only $595. PICKUPS 1964 Dodge 1/2-ton Pickup, top mechanical condition, White Color, driven only 38,000 miles. 1960 Ford 1/2-Ton, a real solid unit. A FEW 1967 NEW CARS LEFT : 1-CAPRICE 4-DR., AIR CONDITIONING, POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES, ETC. 3 - IMPALA 4-DR. SEDANS, V8's, POWER STEERING AND RADIOS 3 - IMPALA SPORT COUPES. FOR A REAL DEAL ON ONE OF THESE UNITS DROP IN AND SEE WARREN OR DON NELSON, NOW ! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. A complete one-stop Chevrolet service Complete Chevrolet motor repair, body and paint service Complete stock of Chevrolet parts Southwest of Court House Square Algona, Iowa where he was met by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Milder. Bill had been employed for the summer at Von's. MRS. HELEN KLOOSTER had as visitors over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson and daughters, Burlington. Mrs. Klooster and Mrs. Peterson are sisters. MR. AND MRS. Don Meyer spent the weekend at Minneapolis and saw Cinerama. Enroutehome they visited Mr. and Mrs. Merv Hentges at LeSeuer, Minn. Mrs. Hentges is a sister of Mr. Meyer. DEBBIE LEE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lee, former Al- gonans, now of Wilmar, Minn., is spending the week visiting Kristy Kent, daughter of the Fred Kent, Jr.'s. SHEILA SULLIVAN, whose marriage to Dr. Don Mclntyre will take place Aug. 19, was given a brunch and miscellaneous shower Aug. 15 at 11 a. m. at the Algona Country Club. Hostesses were Mesdames Opal Bourne, Dorothy Dewel, Alice Fristedt, Helen Hutchison, Claris Kresensky, Nell Linnan, Ruth McMahon, Violet Miller, VedaMur- tagh and Betty Stillman. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit and son, Charles, are going to Clearfield to attend the wedding of Donald Schild, a classmate of Charles'. He will be a member of the wedding party. REV. FRANCIS FAULKNER of Chicago conducted the six o'clock mass at St. Cecelia's church Sunday morning. He and his parents and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Faulkner and Mrs. Dora Ferrigan, stopped here enroute to Rapid City, S. D. to visit with another son, Rev. Tom Faulkner. They were guests of Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney and Mrs. Ferrigan remained for a couple of weeks during which time she was entertained by many friends at coffees and suppers. Before going back to Chicago, they visited Mrs. Mary Nelson in a rest home In Humboldt. It is of interest to know Rev. Francis Faulkner was ordained several years ago in Rome. MRS. MARY OLSON had as recent visitors Mr. and Mrs. Howard Abels, Yuma, Ariz. Leon Dehnert, former Algonan, now of Sioux City, also spent a few days at her home. KRISTY KENT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., representing the majorette division of the Algona High School band, and Marsha Winter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Winter, representing the music and majorette division of the Garrigan High band, attended the Bemidji State College Music Clinic at Bemidji, Minn, from Aug. 7-12. Miss Kent placed first in the drum majorette division, competing with 15 other contestants. DAVID COWAN, son of the Ken Cowans, returned Sunday after spending the week visiting friends and relatives at Wilmar and Bemidji, Minn., and Ft. Francis, Ontario, Canada. At Ft. Francis he spent several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mac McKelvie, relatives of Mrs. Cowans. He had driven Kristy Kent, daughter of the Fred Kent, Jr*s. to Bemidji where she attended a music clinic. MR. AND MRS. Charles Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges, Connie and Brian of Algona spent the weekend in Chicago visiting friends and relatives. Mr. Baker visited his two sisters, Jean and Sharon, who are employed there. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kinsch who reside at Skokie, HI. MRS. MARY DOLE has been confined to her bed a week with pneumonia. She is recovering slowly. SHOWER HONORS Mrs. Don Glaser was honored at a blue and pink shower at the home of Mrs. Paul Haverely Aug. 10. Mrs. Jim Lowman poured and there were 12 guests present. Oldest Recipes "Deipnosophists, the world's oldest cookbook, contains 150 volumes and tells about the lives Of 1he rich and glamorous of ancient Greece. thank you.. ownership . ,_ s ,ore under the name o< Again, *ank you . ZHa Christensen nd l» a hello... >° ""p tor the latest «* Pri». Xou want to pay. «P«~Hn 9 the store. hope to see you a || . . . Ora Andersen IN ALGONA

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