The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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8—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moineis Thursday, Aug. 31, 1967 Burt Edges Bunnies For Softball Title St. Joe Girl Tells Of 7-Week Visit In Spain ST. JOE - Kristine Plathe is home with her family, the Milford Plathes, after spending seven weeks in Spain. She was one of the Clarke College group who attended classes at the International University, Menendes Pelayo in Santander. After concluding their studies, the group made an extensive tour of Spain. For the first five days the group stayed in Madrid to see all the capitol's points of interest. This included being initiated to the art and ritual of a bullfight at the Plaza de Toros in Madrid. Other points in Madrid were the Royal palace with its apartments, and the Royal Armoury, Plaza Mayor, Puesta del Sol, the University and the fabulous Prado Museum. A short distance out of Madrid was the Escorial. The Escorial was the famous monastery of San Lorenzo with the private apartments of Philip Hand the library. Another short drive from Madrid was the old city, Toledo, famous for its narrow streets and Cathedral. Then the group started traveling by bus. They visited the three old Arab cities, Cordoba, Granada and Sevilla, At Corboda they visited the second largest mosque in the world, La Mezuita. At Granada the group saw the world-famous Alhambra with its splendid Arab architecture and the Sacro Monte — the Gypsy mountain. In Sevilla the Alcazar, another Arab palace and the Cathedral, with its tomb of Columbus, were visited. A short rest from touring was taken for a day on the Mediterannean seaside in the town of Torremolinos. Then on to Algeciras, the town directly across from the Rock of Gibraltar. The group went by steamer to the Rock. The next day was spent traveling through the lowlands of the Tejo Estuary and the recently finished Salazar Bridge to Lisbon. The Lisbon tour included the world famous Museum of Coaches, the Belem Tower and the old section of the city. The group also went to Nazare, the quaint fishing village on the Atlantic Ocean and Fatim a, the shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Headed back toward Madrid, the tour visited Salamanca, the University city, and Avila, the "Walled City" where Saint Theresa once lived. The evening before departure there was a gala farewell dinner on the rooftop of the Plaza Hotel. The group returned Aug. 18 by jet. Kristine will return to Clarke College Sept. 19 where she will be a junior. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix of Sexton and Mrs Lawrence Govern called at ti 9 Victor Fitch home Monday. Mrs. Cecelia Scott was a Sunday dinner guest in the Roger Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe of Fenton and Mrs. Ada Hite of Oskaloosa were dinner guests in the Jack Tieman home Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Haase and Bernice, Leona Haase and Evelyn went to Fenton Monday evening where they visited Mrs. Martha Laabs and an uncle, William Schutt of Finlayson, who is visiting in the Laabs home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Ben Leeck, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were Sunday supper guests in the Jesse Grosser home in honor of Mrs. Richard Crosser's birthday. Mrs. Paul Arend attended the funeral of her uncle, Lawrence Hagedorn, at Elmore Friday. Levant Moore, Virginia, Patty and Evelyn and Leona Haase spent the weekend at Sioux Falls, So. Dak. visiting Levant's uncle, the William Andersons and several cousins. Mrs. Galen Bainter and Lynn spent Saturday and Saturday night in the Edmund Larson home. Mrs. Bainter and Mrs. Larson are cousins. Sunday, they and the Bainters were picnic dinner guests at the Quinten Bjustroms. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lindhorst and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dittmer and family and Mr. and Mrs. EuClair Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Dittmer, Otto Harlan and Quinten Bjustrom were Saturday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home. Mrs. Otto Harlan and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom attended a shower. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and Teresa were Sunday dinner guests in the Gilbert Saxton home at Cylinder. Paul Arend and Francis spent Friday at Mason City. Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Orlo Zwiefel visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hahn and Teresa spent the weekend with the Stanley Ruses. The Halms and Ruses were Sunday- dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Dwight Ruse. "No opportunity is ever lost, the other fellow takes those you miss." Miss Thoreson Is Honoree, Swea Shower SWEA-EAGLE - A pre-nuptial shower was held for Petrea Thoreson at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Swea City, Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Richard Seylar had charge of the guest book and Mrs. Charles Schultz arranged the gifts. Mrs. Elvin Swanson announced the program and narrated the story, the theme of which was coat hangers. "All the Things You Are" and "God is so Good to Me" were sung by Mrs. Richard Olson, Molly. Hazelhoff and Mrs. Richard Seylar, accompanied by Mrs. V.E. Hazelhoff. "Please Let go of My Hand," a «Wt, was portrayed by Julie Larsen and Heidi Thoreson. A poem was read by Mrs. Pam DeBoer and Mrs. Walter Schmicking had devotions, fol- Burt downed the Bunnies, 9-8, in the finals of the local Men's Softball Tournament Monday night to become 1967 champions. Members of the two squads are shown here. The Burt team at left includes, front row, left to right, Jim Kadow, Larry Manus, Doug Black, Gene Meister, Jack Trunkhill and Tom Kissner. In back, left to right, Joe Fries, Bob Ortman, Mike Scott, John Smidt, Dennis Meister and Edgar Keith. The Bunnies, pictured at the right, include, front row, left to right, Dave Hanselman, Gary Naylor, Willie Steinman, Denny Breidert and Jim Abbott. In back, left to right, Dave Walker, Sig Wood, Stash Christensen, Rick Slobe and Lynn Bierstedt. (UDM Flashfotos by Don Smith) the six Republican members of the House Agriculture Committee's Sub-committee oil Livestock and Grains who urged Secretary of Agriculture Freeman to raise the CCC resale prico on feed grains and soybeans to 100 percent of parity. "Freeman should act Immediately rallior thin sit on his authority and do nothing while corn and soylwan prices continue to drop," Mayni 1 said. The GOT group pointed out that the present policy of CCC Is to sell its stocks of wheat and feed grains tack into the market at only 115 percent of the loan level plus carrying charges. This is $1.21 per bushel for corn and $1.85 per c\vt for grain sorghum. Soybeans are released at 105 per cent of the loan level, or $2.62 per bushel. Under the GOP proposal, government-owned corn would not be sold for less than $1.63 per bushel, soybeans for less than $3.31 per bushel, and grain sorghum for less than $2.58 per cwt. Mayne concluded, "Grain farmers have really been hurt by Secretary Freeman's unwillingness to take action to twister sagging prices. He should raififj these resale levels promptly to help improve tho prosonl uraln price situation which is iilrnaiJy critical and worm)." New Daughter Mr. u ml MTK. Iliirliui Stofourg, Algomi, Iwfiiiiiiii piirunlK of their child, :i li Hi., 0 d/. daughter burn early Tmuiday morning at IMlo Allo Hospital, l'!iiiiii(.'liil)tirg. Mr. Stolmi'u Is fornnmii for Midwest I'rlntinij Co., with fluidities In the Upper Dei; Mnlimri plant. Arrival of HID danglilur, who luis boon iKiinodiStti|)liiiiil<i,<:iiiiii! "bi 1 - tweou press runs" for Mr. KUi- Inirg. Wedding Licenses Seven wedding llui.'iisofi wcro issued horn ilurlni; tho pant woi.'k. They wont to Waltor W, IMattand Sharon K. Iliu-ins, Auu. ?,:t; Hon- alil J. Xolln and Yvonne It. Tjadon; and Tliomus A. 1,11111; and Linda Riiimis, AMU. 1M; Jon G. DC Doer and 1'ctreii Thoreson; Edward Sanders ami Grace Craii- clall; and Thomas W. Lynch and Bridget M. Quinn, Aug. 2?; arid Kenneth L. Egel and PeRT i~ Michaelsen, Aug. 28. New Serviceman Dick Wheeler, Ankeny, tte joined ttie North Iowa Applur.ce Center in Algona as a serries- man it was announced toia? -7 owner John Levy. Wheeler, ^':.o has 28 years esperience Li appliance service, will start in his reposition next Tuesday. Heaaitis wife have six children u>& ire presently looking for hDismc here. Honored Again An Algona man, Bert Hi.r-.-e;., whose firm, Metronics, Ine.,vL$ honored recently in a special li7- out in Iowa Business and Infestr?'. was named the magazine's lovi Man of the Month for August. T:.-e tribute to him includeda compete resume of his life. A strange specimen of an Australian bean measuring 32 inches lonj; was grown in the garden of Mrs. Edward Phillips, Grinnell. Mr?;. Phillips says the vegetable is cooked like eggplant. lowed by group singing of a hymn, accompanied by Paulette Kracht. Julie Larsen and Heidi Thoreson assisted Petrea in opening her many gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Thorson and Vivian, Mrs. Jim Koons, Mrs. Lament Johnson, Mrs. Wayne Thompson, Mrs. Walter O'Green, Mrs. P. A. Hoi- comb, Mrs. Arthur Kracht, Mrs. Reuben Holcomb, Mrs. Claude Johnson, Mrs. Elvin Swanson, Mrs. Roger Linde, Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale and Cheryl, Mrs. Warren Thompson, Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mrs. Robert Simonsmeier, Paulette Kracht, Mrs. Charles Schultz, Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Walter Schmicking, Mrs. Wallace Johnson, Ellen Mather, Mrs. Everett Johnson, and Mrs. Maurice Keil, Mrs. Herman Goetz, Mrs. Orville Runksmeier and Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier, all of Ledyard. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson entertained at dinner Sunday for Danny, who is home from the Navy from SanDiego,Cal. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Anderson, Miss Cathy Brodt, Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Johnie W. Tobin and family, William L. Tobin, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Danny leaves to report to Great Lakes Training School at Chicago Sept. 1. Danny has volunteered for submarine duty. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dawson and family spent a nine-day vacation in eastern states. Washington, D.C. and New York City were the main points of interest visited. They also visited friends at Freehold, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and family attended the wedding of a nephew, Robert Brock, son of the Jim Brocks, to Susan Miller, daughter of the Randall Millers, Ringsted, Saturday evening, at the Lutheran church. Marjorie was soloist. Mrs. Tobin helped cut and serve the wedding cake, and Michael served his cousin as usher. Mrs. R.S. Mather has returned home from Holy Family Hospital after several weeks as a patient there. Dr. and Mrs. Earl DeZeeuw and family of Orion, HI. spent a week visiting at the home of her parents, the Truman Johnsons. During the week, they visited at the home of the E.K. Johnsons, G.B. Johnsons and Mrs. Charles Newel, Fenton, and at the Lester Johnson home, Algona. Cong. Mayne Opposed To Secy. Freeman Sixth District Congressman Wiley Mayne (R-Iowa) was one of PORTLAND! By Mrs. Victor Fi>ch Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd and family of Shenandoah were dinner and supper guests in the Roger Scott home Saturday. Afternoon visitors and supper guests were Mrs. Betty Yarbrough and family of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Bill Eischen and family and Mrs. Henry Muller, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend, Francis and Linda left Monday morning for Villard, Minn, where they spent four days in a cottage resting and fishing. On the way home Thursday, they took Linda to Minneapolis where she will spend a couple of days with her sister, Paulette, attending medical school there. Terry Tieman and August Sankey were Thursday supper guests in the Jack Tieman home. August is leaving for Vietnam Monday. Teresa Tieman visited her grandma and grandpa, the Rex Wolfes of Fenton from Thursday to Saturday. To The Friends And Customers Of THE ALGONA GRAIN & FEED CO. thank you ... I would like to thank the many friends and customers I have met during the nine years as the owner of Algona Grain and Feed for your friendship and business. ' I join with you all in wishing Mr. Elmer Maahs great success as the new owner of the firm. Again, thank you all very much. Chris Hemmen hello f welcome the opportunity to serve you in the capacity as the new owner of Algona Grain and Feed. We will be remodeling our offices soon and will be selling Ralston-Punna, Master-Mix and other lines now handled by the firm in an effort to give you the finest services and products available. Stop in soon for a visit. Thank you. Elmer Maahs ALGONA GRAIN & FEED CO. COACHES CORNER FEATURING HEAD FOOTBALL COACHES: BEANIE COOPER - GARRIGAN HIGH KEITH CHRISTIE - ALGONA HIGH SATURDAYS - 11:05 ON KLGA i eoo KG *^^l**«M 0m * MORE FAMILIES FAMILIES 916 E. STATE ALGONA, IA. PHONE 295-3674 r non-duplicated circulation as a companion publication of The Algona Upper Des Moines Printed Mondays & Wednesdays The North Iowa SHOPPER • f » . .f t f,f. t_: f, f, ,

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