The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1967
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lO-Algena, (la.) Upper Des Mo!n«t Thursday, Sept. 14, 1967 AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker and children, Carol and Kim, spent the Labor Day weekend in Kenosha, Wise, where they visited her mother, Mrs. W. W. Senne. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Straub over the Labor Day weekend were her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hicks and family, Omaha, who also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby. MRS. WADE SULLIVAN recently spent several days at Lake Okoboji where she visited her sister, Mrs. Gilbert Kiwdson, at her summer home. IRVING (Pu<l<;e) MILLER took their son, Dennis (Max) to Waverly where lie is enrolled as a freshman at Wartlmr» College. He was entered the da) before Labor Day. DAN OWENS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens, has entered as a freshman at the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls. Jean Owens is \v- .» junior at Iowa State University, Ames, with a major in child development. MR. AND MRS. Richard Thoreson, Becky and David spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, at their summer home at Lake Okoboji. JIM PARSONS, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Parsons, has left after spending a week with his parents, who then took him to Minneapolis, where he boarded a plane for Travis Air Base, California. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Holt spent the Labor Day weekend at Lake Okoboji and also attended Saturday the wedding of Bill Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Hall, at Estherville. MR. AND MRS. Jim Kolp and family spent the Labor Day weekend at LaCrosse, Wise., where they visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haas. MR. AND MRS. Ed Gilrnore and Sherri, together with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore, recently spent a Saturday in Minneapolis where they attended a Twins baseball game. RECENT VISITORS of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson were Mr. and Mrs. Langmack, Beaver Dam, Wise., and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Langmack, Cedar Falls. Both couples were here for several days. RECENT VISITORS in Algona have teen Dr. and Mrs. Francis Scanlan, San Diego, Calif., who were enroute from Leech Lake, Minn., through Des Moines. Saturday, Jim Scanlan, their son, will be married in Lombard, 111., a suburb of Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Luke Linnan spent Labor Day weekend in Omaha, where they visited their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Linrian. MR. AND MRS. William F. Steele took their daughter, Sally, to Cedar Falls, where she is a senior at the University of Northern Iowa. MR. AND MRS. H. W. Miller and daughter, Maree, spent the Labor Day weekend in Des Moines. Recently, they attended a family reunion, with 41 attending, atOwatonna, Minn. Observed was the 86th birthday of Ben Kuchenbecker, father of Mrs. Miller. Maree left Sunday for Des Moines where she is a senior at Drake University. MRS. R. M. PHILLIPS and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison recently spent a weekend vacation in Des Moines and the Winterset area where they saw a number of almost extinct covered bridges. In Des Moines, ttyey called on Erma Lea Deim. Peggy Michaelsen, Ken Egel Are Married Here •!%:.... The Friendly Store <v y *?»%V.V.V.V.' 4-PLY Nylon Cord SAFETY SHOULDERS LOW PROFILE SAFETY TREAD TUBELESS BLACKWALL BRAND NEW CREST 20 TIRES at Low Prices! It's the Tire with the 20,000 MILE Treadwear Guarantee $1495 825/14 Tblt. $2.38 TAX 600-650/13 Tblt. Plot $1.80 TAX NO MONEY DOWN - FREE INSTALLATION! Yes, it's true — even at these budget-pleasing prices, Crest 20 tires are guaranteed for 20,000 miles against wearout. Gambles quantity-buying arrangement with one of the nation's leading tire manufacturers makes this outstanding offer possible. Drive in todayl a-i(»o,nc. TREADWEAR GUARANTEE GAMBLES STANDARD 12-VOLT Guaranteed 15 Months* $ 1 ^\' Cold weather's coming! Put new starting power in your car. The Standard has a full 2646 square inches of plate area. Stop at Gambles todayl Gp. 24C with Trod* Fits most '55-67 Chevrolet*, Plymouths, Pontiacs, Ramblers and others. *Adjuilm«nl en pro rota !im« botil, 6 VOLT STANDARD Fill Mott '40-54 Ch«v»., other*, 7 fift Cp>t 88 with Guaranteed 15 Month* Trade Champlin Hi-Y-l O Q C Motor Oil Jm 7<*> Heavy duty detergent oil for • con and trucks. Meets MIL-L- 2104A spew, 5AE20-20W, 30,40. 4-4U2-4 $2,29 Auto Compa** You'll te lost without one! Afi« curate aviation-type compen* later*, Eat/ to. irutglll 29 Reg. $1.49 Clothes Hanger Adjustable bar spans your car, holds clothes galore. Chrome with anti-jlide rings. «1 99 Oil Filter Cartridge Keeps engine oil cleaner longer. Spin-on type for 1957-67 Fords end olheri, Save now! ^9•ti^i SHOP GAMBLES FOR All YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDSl Peggy Lee Michaelsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelsen of Titonka, and Kenneth L. Egel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Egel, Algona, were married Sept. 2 at the First Baptist church in Algona. Pastor A. W. Nelson of Bancroft performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Julie Ameslberg, organist, accompanied Greg Michaelsen, soloist, and the Johnson trio. Janice Alke, cousin of the bride, was her personal attendant. Iris Michaelsen, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, bridesmaids were Judy Egel, sister of the groom, Charlotte Pyles and Jolene Byers, both college friends of the bride. Sherry and Terry Michaelsen, twin niece and nephew of the bride, were flower girl and ringbearer. Greg Michaelsen, brother of the bride, was best man. Groomsmen were Kenneth Egel, cousin of the groom, Darwin Michaelsen, brother of the bride, and Dennis Christensen, friend of the groom. Ushers were Barry Nelson and Don Egel. A reception was held in the church parlors for 200 guests. Karen Seegebarth was in charge of the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Michaelsen and Mr. and Mrs. Art Widmark were dining room hosts. Gift carriers, cousins of the bride, were Roxanne and Susan Schwandt, Kathy Alke and Jill Thacker. Mrs. Donald Michaelsen and Mrs. Lloyd Bellinger poured. Mrs. Gerald Radig, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. William Beckman cut the wedding cake. Waitresses were Nancy Nelson, Debbie Stenzel, Linda Egel, Becky Egel, Marcia Michaelsen and Sandy Seegebarth. Lenora Huisman, Becky Logan, Frances Packer and Sally Swanson were in charge of gifts. After a short wedding trip to northern Minnesota, the newlyweds will reside at Algona. Peggy is a legal secretary for the firm of Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, and Kenneth is employed by N. W. Bell Telephone Co. MR. AND MRS. Mel Bay have returned after a vacation irip east. They spent two weeks at Newport, R. I. with their daughter, Kathy, Mrs. Robert Percival, whose husband, Ensign Percival, is on a tour of duty in the Mediterranean. The three were joined at Boston by Sally Bay, their other daughter, who attended summer school at Omaha. The family toured New England states and went to Montreal, Canada, where they visited Expo '67, and then went to Omaha where they visited the parents of Mrs. Bay, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kuehl. Sally left Tuesday for Northfield, Minn, where she is a sophomore at St. Olaf College. Kathy will leave next Sunday to return to her home in the east. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER COMING SEPTEMBER 22. THE ALL NEW 1968 FORD TORINO, AT THE TOP OF THE FAIRLANE SERIES. See the new Fords, Lincolns and Mercurys Sept. 22 at ... TAYLOR MOTOR CO ALGONA o o o "With It" bags you can't be without. Our generous handfuls of well-grained Seton leather. Big enough to hold your necessities, small enough to swing high or low. In haystack, brandywlne, espresso, navy, fawn, avantl green, black. Each about $7. At your favorite fashion store. 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