The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1967 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 22, 1967
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Pam Fagerlund Recent Bride At Swea City Pamela Sue Fagerlund and Delbert Raymond Lieurance were married at 3 p.m. Aug. 6 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Swea City with Rev. Julius L. Peterson performing the double ring ceremony. A reception followed in the church social hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fagerlund of Swea City and the groom is the son of Mrs. Mary Lieurance of Bancroft. Kathleen Fagerlund was her sister's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Jerry Daugherty and LuRae Blomster. Teresa Bell and Christopher Pehrson were flower girl and ring bearer. Serving as candle lighters were LeeAnn and Leslie Fagerlund. William Blomster attended the groom as best man while the groomsmen were Jerry Daugherty and Robert Fisher. After a one-week wedding trip to Colorado, the newlyweds are at home in Swea City. Mrs. Lieurance, a graduate of Swea City High School, will continue her employment at Interstate Power Company at Buffalo Center. Her husband, a graduate of St. John's High School at Bancroft and the U.S. Trade School at Kansas City, Mo., is employed at Blomster Chevrolet at Buffalo Center. Four Bancroft Girls Take First Vows Four Bancroft girls took their first vows in the Sisterhood at Mount St. Francis Convent in Dubuque. They are Sister Kathleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kollasch; Sister Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kahler; Sister Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Heldorfer, and Sister Jean Marie, daughter of Mrs. Ella Govern and the late Mr. John Govern, all of Bancroft. All four girls were graduated from St. John's High School in Bancroft. Sister Jean Marie will continue to teach at Sacred Heart School in Sioux City where she has been teaching for several years, and the other three sisters will attend Briar Cliff College in Sioux City this fall. Notes Of Servicemei AMARILLO, TEX. - Airman Third Class Dennis L. Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Will of R.R. 2, LuVerne, Iowa, has been graduated with honors at AmarUlo AFB, Tex,, from the training course for U, S. Air Force supply inventory specialists. Airman Will, an Air National Guardsman, is being assigned to an Iowa ANG unit at Ft. Dodge. The airman is a graduate of LuVerne High School, and received an A, A. degree in 1965 from Waldorf Junior College, Forest City, Iowa. He attended State College of Iowa. FT, LEONARD WOOD, MO,Army Private Edward L. Bristow, 19, son of Mr, and Mrs, Ricnard Bristow, LuVerne, Iowa, completed an eight-week general supply course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Aug. 4. He was trained in maintaining stock records for the receipt and issue of supplies and materials. He also learned typing and general administration procedures and storing of various Army supplies. Victor Hammond Passes; Rites Held Titonka TITONKA - Victor J. Hammond, 85, died Thursday at 1:00 a.m. at the Britt hospital where he had been a patient for the past several weeks, following a lingering illness. Funeral services were Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at the Titonka Methodist Church vU'i Rev. Paul Hansen officiating. Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Interment was in Buffalo township cemetery. Casket bearers were Eugene Krominga, Walter Baade, Jerry Wubben, Harm Huisinga, Carl Ludwig and John Hamilton. Mr. Hammond was born April 29, 1882 at KeedysviUe, Md. and was married to Alice Kurd Feb. 21,1917 at Hanlontown, lowsu He had been a resident of Titonka for twenty-one years. Survivors include two children, Mrs. Russell Krominga (Lola) of Titonka and LeRoy of Las Vegas, Nev.; nine grandchildren; three brothers, Will of Hagerstown, Md., Asbury B. of Alexandria, Va., and Roscoe of KeedysviUe, Md.; and a sister, Mary Daub of Washington, D.C. His wife and his parents preceded him in death. AIR MEDAL U. S. Air Force Major Charles D. Freed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Freed of Dayton was awarded the Air Medal at Nha Trang Air Base, Vietnam, for air action in southeast Asia. Major Freed is a graduate of Burnside consolidated high school and is married to the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Mallenhoff of Lehigh. Tuesday, August 22, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dot Mo!ne*-7 CELEBRATION 10,000 persons saw the two- mile long parade which highlighted Glidderfs 100th birthday celebration last month. Sen. Jack Miller was among those dignitaries on the reviewing stand who participated in the town's festivities. Meet* Cancelled Cold weather in this area recently forced cancellation of remaining swimming meets for the Algona team, according to Co&ch Jim Johnson. "Kossuth County's ' Favorite Newspaper" WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT MILO KOLLASCH OF ALGONA WAS THE WINNER OF THE RADIO GIVEN AWAY AT OUR KOSSUTH CO. FAIR BOOTH HAWKEYE NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. BERT BALDWIN, LOCAL AGENT PEN AUGUST28! DRIVERS - - Take These Safety Precautions: 1. Instill Child Safety in Your Own Mind 2. Obey All Traffic Lights and Signs 3. Be Prepared to Stop When Driving Near Schools and Playgrounds 4. Look for the Unexpected Where Children Are Congregated 5. Drive to Suit Conditions and Situations 6. Use Good Judgment When Picking Up Children in School Area 7. Exercise Extreme Care on Stormy and Bad Days .STUDENTS HERE'S WHAT. YOU CAN DO TO AID TRAFFIC SAFETY 1. Cross only ot cornors 5. Walk on loft facing traffic 2. Look all ways boforo you cross 6. Bo oxtra alort on stormy days 3. Stay from BETWEEN parkod cars 7. Play away from traffic 4. Watch for TURNING cars I. Woar whito at night 9. Obey tho traffic signs ao»ooof»ooo»»ooa»o»oa*«aoooooooo< >o«too»oooooo»»»» IF YOU RIDE YOUR BIKE - - ALWAYS U5E HAND SIGNALS ALWAYS STOP FOR STOP SIGNS NEVER RIDE AT NIGHT WITHOUT A LIGHT ALWAYS RIDE IN STRAIGHT LINES ALWAYS RIDE SINGLE FILE NEVER RIDE DOUtLE ON YOUR IIKE NEVER TRICK OR STUNT RIDE NEVER HITCH RIDES ALWAYS GIVE PEDESTRIANS THE RIGHT OF WAY • I : Mayor Win. J. Finn Algona Police DopL ^•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••^

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