The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1967
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1-Alsena (la.) Upper Des Moinet Thursday, Augutt 24, 1967 Algonans Wed 45 Yrs. C.F.S., he was employed by the State Department of Agriculture as a fertilizer and pesticide inspector. He said the new Titonka plant expects to hold a grand opening in the near future - at a date to be announced. Custom Farm Services, inc. of Bode, Corwith, Swea City and Titonka, held drawings for 15 ice cream chests at the Kossuth County Fair last week. Winners were Mary Jo Grill, Algona; Jim Bonstetter, Milford; Mrs. Les Riter, Algona; August Brandt, Swea City; Dianna Bunkofske, Titonka; Howard Funnemark, Wesley; Barb Harms, Burt; Kenneth Studer, Titonka; Frank Dogotch, Whittemore; Mrs. Art Plathe, Corwith; Mrs. Ernest Gales, Livermore; John Voss, Jr., LuVerne; George Eden, Swea City; Merle Rasmussen, Wesley; and Lucille De- Waard, Corwith. Winners in each class of the tractor pulling contest at the Fair were presented with 140 pounds of lawn fertilizer furnished by Custom Farm Services. 38 New Motor Vehicles Are Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Decker, Algona, will be honored Aug. 27 at an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home at 325 South Wooster street. An observance of their 45th wedding anniversary, the open house is being sponsored by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Decker, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Decker, Cherokee; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Decker, Whitelaw, Wise.; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Decker, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Mort Christiansen, Bode; and Nlcki Decker, Algona. All friends and relatives are Invited to attend. (Glenn's Studio Photo) _ _ _. - - - -i New Fertilizer Plant At Titonka Now Open PHIL PFEFFER The new Custom Farm Services, Inc. plant at Titonka has officially opened for business. Built by C.F.S., it is a "One- stop fertilizer center for prescription mixing of both bulk and bagged fertilizers," according to manager Phillip D. Pfeffer. Pfeffer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pfeffer, Clear Lake, and was born in 1936 in Algona. He attended Clear Lake High School and studied at Mason City Junior College and Iowa State University. . Pfeffer spent four years in the Air Force, serving two years in the Korean conflict. Prior to his position with The Friendly Store SPORTERIZED HIGH POWER 30.06 SPRINGFIELD CALIBER BIG GAME RIFLE CUSTOM FITTED RECOIL PAPI EQUIPPED WITH CARRYING SWIVELS FAMOUS MAUSER MODEL 98 ACTION! NO MONEY DOWN $5.00 Per Month Terrific low price! Iff the famous Mauser 98 military bolt action repeater, sporterized and converted to give you smooth big game shoot* ing. Qood sights. Mt 7,8 Ibs* ««« Famovf Brand 30.06 Ammunition ATLOWPRICES1 Registered Even though the 1968 model cars are just entering production, and various dealer showings are or will soon be in progress, there were still 38 new vehicle registrations in Kossuth county last week. They were as follows: CMC Trucks-Sinclair Petrochemical, 10. Fords - Harold Risius, Buffalo Center; Howard Hentges, Algona; Paul Eisenman, Swea City, pickup; Geo. Enrien, Lakota; Tim Soresnon, Corwith; Elmer Koppen, Lakota; Norman Bruns, Titonka; Lurene Brandt, Lakota. Chevrolets - Albert Metzger, Lone Rock, pickup; Perry Lowman, Algona, pickup; Robert Weber, Lone Rock; Ron Hansen, Algona; Charles Fox, Algona; Diane Gartner, Titonka; Ray Schutjer, Wesley; Stanley Sorenson, Algona; Dale Lockwood, Burt; Albert Johnson, Corwith. Mercury - John Cash, Algona; Walter Struecker, West Bend. Pontiac — Donnelle Vestrem, Wesley; Olvert Rippentrop, Titonka. Buick - Bill Langston, Bode. Oldsmobile - Matt P. Besch, LuVerne. Miscellaneous - H.E. Rachut, Burt, Schult MH; Marilyn Weirick, Bancroft, Atlas MH. Wins Again W. J. Stewart, Burt, who copped a grand championship with a Duroc at the North Iowa Fair at Mason City last week, showed the grand champion Duroc barrow at the Iowa State Fair Monday. Ex-Ringsted man ordained RINGSTED - Ronald Nielsen, a former Ringsted resident,has been ordained a Lutheran minister at Immanuel Lutheran Church In Forest City. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ejlert L Nielsen of St. Paul, formerly of Ringsted. He was born In Ringsted and later moved with his parents to Es- thervllle and Forest City. Academy Faculty Here Complete; Open Aug. 28 St. Cecilia's Adacemy in Algona will resume classes next Monday, Aug. 28, and the faculty has been announced as follows: Grades 2-Sister MaryEmille, principal; Sister Mary Kathleen, Mrs. Dick Vaughn; Grades 3 Sister Shawn Marie and Mrs. Bridget Smith; Grade 4-Sister Mary Francis; Grades 4-5 — Sister Mary Rayanne and Sister M. Concepta Joseph. Grades 6-Sister Denyse Marie and Mrs. Earl Elbert; Grades 7 - Sister Mary Kevin and Mrs. Eugene Lemke; Grades 8-Sister Mary Agatha and Sister Mary Jocile; religion - Father James Bruch; music - Sister Joseph Marie; speech therapist - Mrs. Esther Steil. General programming will be as usual and hot lunch arrangements are the same. Armstrong seeks road estimates be raised by taxation for the coming year ts $40,250 compared to $2,950 In the budget proposed a year ago. CLOSEOUT OF 1966 MODEL! 1966 'BARONESS 1 18 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER $ 100 LESS THAN CURRENT MODEL WAS M48" NOW ONLY $ 348 WITH QUALIFIED TRADE i SOCIETY NEWS school will be at 9:15 a.m. and divine worship at 10:30 sum. Aug. 27 is Promotion Day in Sunday school at 9 a.m. Rev. Billy Goodpasture at the Nazarene church has accepted a call to Glenwood and Rev. Cox ol Council Bluffs has replaced him. llllliniltllllllllUIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIHIIItllHIIHIII LOCALS ARMSTRONG - The Armstrong town council will seek estimates on the cost of hot mix blacktopping of the block each way from main street in the main business area. This amount to six blocks. The council Issued an invltl- tlon to any property owner wishing to have curb and gutter Installed In a cooperative project later this year to contact John F. Kingston, town clerk. Councllmen voted to offer a bid to purchase a 40 by 100- foot surplus quonset - type grain bin from the Commodity Credit Corp., to be used as a shelter to house town maintenance equipment. It would be placed on town lots by the county hlghway,£&rage. The budget of $86,300 was accepted adhere were no objectors. This Is $2,800 less than the same figure proposed last year. The amount needed to NO MONEY DOWN HAVE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lau were visited last week by their daughter, Mrs. Roger McGregor and Monica of Boone. Mr. McGregor joined them here Friday. The Laus twenty-eighth wedding anniversary Aug. 22 was observed Sunday, Aug. 20, and a family dinner was held at which Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus and two children of Newton and a sister-in- law Mrs. M.E. Lau and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Doll, Des Moines. The McGregors had remained for the celebration. - o - 80 YEARS YOUNG A family picnic was held at the Ambrose Call State park Sunday for Mrs. William Foertsch of Wesley, whose eightieth anniversary was being ovserved. She is mother of Mrs. Ferman Heinen. - o - PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Ernest Thlel was hostess to her card club last Wednesday afternoon. She recently returned from a visit of six weeks at Sacramento, Calif, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rasmussen. - o- ATTEND REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell attended a family reunion Sunday at Rockwell City. - o - HOST CLUBS Mrs. Clark Godden was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 23. Mrs. Ray Potter entertained the Idle Hour bridge , Aug. 23.. FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Lauritson had as guests at a family dinrier Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lauritson of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lauritson of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Halvorson of Fort Dodge and the respective families. - o - DUPLICATE BRIDGE The Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will hold their next meeting at the American Legion building at 7:45 p. m., Aug. 28. Winners at the last master point session were as follows: north-south — 1st, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Hedberg, Ft. Dodge; 2nd, Helen Laing, Jackie Muller; 3rd, Zlmmer, Mathews, Ft. Dodge. East-west- 1st, Beth Miller, Mrs. F. Twogood ; 2nd, Heidi Ferguson, Mrs. Altman; 3rd, K. Gilmore, C. Zender. - o- ARNDORFER REUNION The Arndorfer family reunion was held Aug. 13 at St. Benedict parish hall. Attending were Rev. Nicholas Ruba, Sr. M. DeSales, LaMotte, la., Sr. M, Marcelline, Portland, Ore., Sisters of St. Francis, St. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens, Mr. and Mrs, Deane Cole, Mary Sue, Kathy, Beth and Jimmy of Storm Lake, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Germann, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Germann, Jeffry and Nancy of Wells, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Wenthold, Maria, Billy, Joey and Ann Frances of Alden, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hardcopf, Jan, Robert, Robin Ann and Ricky, Owatonna, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Arndorfer andToddofCudahy, Wise., Mrs. Lee Davis, Kristie, Dennis, Kimberly and Kelly of Atlanta, Ga,, Mr. andMrs.TomMcNeilly, Kathleen, Steven and Linda of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Carroll, Diana, Jimmy and Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Don Carroll, Bruce, Corrina and John, all of LuVerne, Mrs. Ronald Clark and Ryan, Enid, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rieser of Downers Grove, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Roman Arend, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer of St. Benedict. CHURCHES MR. AND MRS. Louis Ferstl and family returned last week from a trip to Joliet, m., where they spent a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs, Clem Jesson and family, They visited the Hoover Memorial at West Branch and the state capital In Des Molnes on their return trip home. MR. AND MRS. Henry Guderian spent Saturday at LuVerne with the former's cousin, John Bockes and wife. MRS. ANN HARVEY, Audrey Frye, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson and daughter Pat spent Sunday at Eldora with relatives. MR. AND MRS. Milo Rentz spent from Wednesday to Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hanevick and family of St. Paul. MR. AND MRS. Wilbur Zeigler left today for Aurora, Colo, to take their grandchildren home after spending the summer here. They will visit their daughter, Mrs. Marion Sparks. MR. AND MRS. Vic Parsons spent Tuesday at Albert Lea, Minn, where the former transacted business. MR. AND MRS. Wesley Bartlett and Bret spent the weekend at New Sharon with the former's father, Dr. George Bartlett. MR. AND MRS. Vollie North of Tulsa, Okla. have been here visiting Mrs. Elmer Kelley and other members of the family. Mrs. North is the former Lois Kelley, daughter of the late Maurice Kelley. His widow Laura Kelley lives at Vlnton and the Norths visited with her prior to coming here last Tuesday and remaining till Thursday of the same week. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Hanson have been here from Sioux City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kelley and other relatives among whom were Mr, Hanson's father, Harold Hanson. SISTER MARY DeSALES of LaMotte, la., Sister Mary Mar- celllne of Portland, Ore,, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rieser, Downers Grove, ni., were visitors this past week at the home of their brother, the Nick Arndorfers. MRS, KENNETH WHITE left for her home at Ankeny today after spending a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carman. Other recent guests at the Garman home were Mrs. James Knoer and children, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pruis- man and son of Blairsburg. MRS. LAURA HOUGH and Gertrude Woith of Owatonna, Minn, have returned from Little Rock, Ark. where they visited Mrs. Hough's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holcomb. MRS. FRANK VERA and her brother Lester Hagen of Titonka attended a Hagen family reunion in a park at Mason City. AROUND ALGONA By RUTH SHIERK - MRS. JOHN KENEFICK and daughter Ann returned to Algona last week after spending the summer at their vacation home at Big Sandy Lake near McGregor, Minn. Guests of the Kenefick family Sunday were his sisters, Juanita, head dietician at the Veteran's hospital in Los Angeles; Thelma, St. Louis; and Naomi, Eagle Grove. WILLIAM F. STEELE, execu- tive secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, Tuesday attended a state board meeting of chamber executives in Des Molnes. DR. AND MRS. John Kenefick and Mr. and Mrs. GaylordShum* way entertained at brunch Satur* day morning for out-of-town guests, here to attend the wedding Saturday afternoon of Sheila Sullivan and Don Mclntyre. Sheila is the daughter of Mrs. Wade Sullivan and the late postmaster, Wade Sullivan. DR. AND MRS. Daniel Bray left Sunday for Denver, where they are visiting their daughter, Betty, who is to start teaching in the public school system there. They plan to return to Algona Saturday. Their daughter, Patty, is still in Washington, D. C., where she is secretary to Senator Mondale of Minnesota. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn and Mrs. C.C. Shierk, Jr., last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shierk and Stephanie and Scott, Minneapolis, who attended a five-year reunion of their high school class. DR. AND MRS. N. J. Kelley returned last week from Lexington, Kentucky, where they visited their daughter, Susan, assistant professor of Home Economics at the University of Kentucky. She accompanied them to Austin, Texas, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley, and the new grandson, Daniel, born June 3. James is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Kelley and brother of Susan. The James Kelley family moved to Austin in early July. He is now on the faculty of the College of Law at the University of Texas, after working since August 1 on a special project for the university. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Riedinger and sons Eric and Ronnfe attended the annual meeting of the Conservation Society of America in Des Moines last Sunday through Wednesday. A trip through the Amana colonies was a feature of •the women's program. CHARGE IT OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 ALWAYS-FIRST QUALITY 3 BIG DAYS Save 15%to25% on Back-to-School shoes! 4.88-9.88 Reg, 5.99-11.99 •.Beginning Sunday, Sept, 3, the Methodist church will return to fall hours for services. Sunday HAND SEWN VAMP SLIP-ON Rich, smooth leather upper with genuine hondsewn vamp in popular "roast beef" pattern. Neo- lite* sole and steel shank. 61» to 11. '•». ".99, n»w 9.88 ELASTICIZED TOP FOR BETTER FIT Trim and rugged in top quality leather. Features elastic gore and Pentred*sole, heel. 19 le 3. 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