The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1967 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 19, 1967
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12-Alflona (la.) Upper D«t MolnM Tuttday, S«pt. 19, 1967 LuVerne Man And Bride Of Sept. 9, St. Benedict Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Gary Frank Youngwirth of LuVerne, who were married Sept. 9 at St. Benedict Catholic church by Father Ruba in a double ring ceremony, at 10 a.m. The bride is the former Sherry Lynn McGrauth of Emmetsburg, daughter of Wm. J. McGrauth. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Youngwirth. Attending the bride were Kay Ann Youngwirth, LuVerne; Mrs. Doug Crow, Spirit Lake; and Marsha McGrauth, Emmetsburg. Best man was Mark Eisenbarth of LuVerne, and groomsmen were Harlan Weydert, Bode, and Bruce Wardenburg of Des Moines. Ushers were Leo Stahl of Humboldt and James Stahl of LuVerne, and acolytes were John Heinen and Randy Col well. Mrs. Bob Eischen was organist. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the V.F.W. Hall in Algona at 1 p.m. Mrs. Grove Daugard of Britt had charge of the guest book, and punch was served by Sanda Daugard and Pamela Sparks. Sylvia Germann and Mrs. Paul Stahl cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Egel were hosts, and waitresses were Linda Erickson, Dalene Erickson, Joan May and Jean May. Mrs. Frank Bauer and Mrs. Bob Holtzbauer opened the beautiful gifts. The bride has been employed by Look Magazine in Des Moines, and the groom by Pioneer Hi- Bred Corn Co., in Des Moines. (Glenn's Studio Photo) 4-H Meeting The U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club was called to order with 19 answering roll call. The meeting was at the home of Phyllis Pentecost with Kathy Payne, co-hostess, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. Girls discussed their record books and then some handed them in to their leaders. Talks were given by Kathy Payne and Debbie Missal. A demonstration was given by Marlene Golwitzer. " ' "—^^^M^^B^flg^j^^^jr. WATCH FOR OUR PREMIER SHOWING PARTY* WHICH WILL FEATURE AU OF THE NEW 1968 RCA VICTOR PRODUCTS MAKE PLANS NOW TO JOIN US I MORE DETAILS LATER TOM'S RADIO & TV »>i I. STAIi THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it. BRADY GRINDER-MIXER Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it— Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. 10'Auger swings 180° . . . delivers into a silo up to 50' high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT ALGONA'S MOONLIGHT MADNESS WEDNESDAY NIGHT... DON'T MISS IT Miss Thoreson Of Swea City Is Married SWEA-EAGLE - Petrea Ann Thoreson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thoreson, Swea City, and Jon Gilbert DeBoer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer, Ledyard, were married Aug. 27 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Swea City, with Rev. Julius Peterson officiating. Attendants were JoyceDickson and Gary Noble. Ushers were Craig Doll and Mark McCoy. About 45 guests enjoyed a wedding supper at the social hall of the church. After a wedding trip to northern Minnesota, the couple Is at home at Ames where both are students at Iowa State University. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wegner became parents of their third child, a boy Sept. 8 at Fairmont Community Hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs., 10 oz., and was named Wade William. His sisters are Jody Lynn, 5, and Kim Jolene, 4. Grandparents are the Everett Johansons, Swea City, and the Earl Wegners of East Chain. The Ole Johansons are great-grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and children attended the wedding of a niece, Beverly McDowell, daughter of the Percy McDowells, Fort Dodge, to John Brown, Saturday. Mrs. Burt Patterson accompanied the Broneses to the wedding. Other relatives attending were the Herb Pattersons, Buffalo Center; the Ronald Richardsons and Herbie, Lakota; and relatives from East Chain, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson and family attended the Minnesota State Fair several days. They had taken a son, Danny, to Minneapolis to catch a plane to Chicago. Danny reported for Naval training at Great Lakes after a 10-day leave from boot training at San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson called at the William Tobinhome Sunday evening for Mrs. Tobin's birthday. Mrs. Carl Lofstrom visited her nephew, Rev. and Mrs. Arno Melz, at the home of his parents, the Hugo Melz at Buffalo Center one day last week. They were here from Sonora, Texas. Rev. and Mrs. Melz also visited at the Darrel Newlin home. Saturday morning callers at the Darrel Newlin home were George Fenner, Litchfield, Minn., and George Wichman, Chicago. VFW Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening, Sept. 19. Members will please note the meeting will take place one night later than the regular stated night. Recent callers at the Mervin Johnson home were her parents, the Cecil Godfredsons, Humboldt; the Eddie Godfredsons, Mrs. Nels Godfredson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Algona; Lyle Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Johnson and Mrs. Ella Newell, Fenton; the Truman Johnsons, Elvin Swansons, Mrs. Virgil Tokheim, and Mrs. Harold Swanson and sons. Many persons of the area attended the Baptist Northern Assoc. afternoon and evening meeting at Dayton Oaks. Included were Mr. and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Link and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Pulver, Mrs. William Barber, Mrs, Gladys Hanson and Rev. and Mrs. Crandall. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson attended the fall board meeting and luncheon of the Kossuth County Tuberculosis Assoc. Eagle Homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs. Virgil Tokheim Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim entertained at dinner Wednesday evening, Sept. 6, for the 45th wedding anniversary of her parents, the Harley Works. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Work, Mrs. Opal Pierce, St. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Pierce, Luther and Eva Ethington, Sullivan, 111.; and Wend)- and Wanita Work. Ronnie Pierce is home on leave from the Navy. He has been serving in Spain and will be sent to Vietnam. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans and Mr. and Mrs. George Wallentine of Elmore returned home Sept. 3 after a two-week sight-seeing tour in the west. They visited Darwin Jorgensen, grandson of the Hanses, and the Wallentines visited her sister, the Nels Martinsons anrt other relatives in Seattle. Algona Dentist Will Lecture At Convention Dr. LeRoy I. Strohman of Algona is one of 40 dentists from the United States and Canada who have been invited to present a table clinic lecture at the national convention of the American Society of Dentistry for Children. The meeting, held in conjunction with the American Dental Association convention, will be Oct. 27-30 in Washington, D. C. and is expected to attract over 20,000 dentists from all parts of the country. Dr. Strohman's presentation is entitled "Dental Space - Maintained and Regained", and deals with diagnosis and prevention of early orthodontic problems in children. Nov. 19, he will fly to Detroit, Mich, to present his program before the Greater Detroit Dental Society. j WESLEY =j By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and Kathy returned Sept. 4 from a week's trip to Denver, Colo., where they visited a daughter, Lucille, and family, the Victor Atencios, and to Salida, Colo, where they visited a son, Bob Goetz and family. The Tom McGreevey family of Two Harbors, Minn, recently spent a week in the parental Leo Goetz home. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mildred Arndorfer and Pauline Pfeffer were high scorers. Minnie Bleich will have the next party. St. Joseph's Guild will meet Tuesday evening, September 26. Mr, and Mrs. Lester Larson and the Arvin Larsons attended a Byro family reunion at Renwick in the library community room Sept. 3 with 36 in attendance. Mrs. Robert Bolenus, Mrs. Geo. Seaberg, Mrs. Joseph Skow and Mrs. Lester Elaine attended a meeting of Farm Bureau women Monday in the Farm Bureau rooms in Algona. The lesson was on "Protecting People." Mrs. Jongewaard took their daughter, Diana to Deerfield, m. Sunday where she will take her freshman year at Trinity College. She is a 1967 graduate of Corwith-Wesley Community School. RETIREE Harry R. Coulter, veteran Corning businessman, is retiring from active work after 48 years of continuous business in Corning. Mr. Coulter has managed his garage and auto dealer business since 1919, first selling Chalmers and Paige autos. THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF F/1C William H. Kennedy World War n - U. S. Navy EASTLAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS 708 S. Phillips - Algona Phone 2957153 Monday-Fridays 9 a.m. * 5,p.m. Saturdays 9 a.m. • 12 Noon Sunday; 1 • 5 pan. HQWH MAW AlOONA, JLgJ^^ JUULP » 0AM 000008 ft 6 0 0. AT DAU'S THURSDAY & FRIDAY SEPT. 21 & 22 • The "Youngmobile"-- For 1908, Oldsmobile introduces n sporty new one of 12 engine-transmission combinations. De- Cutlass "S" Coupe to augment its gains in the luxe interior trim and special exterior ornamenta- vouth market. Built on a special whcelbase, the tion are standard features, while dual exhausts, a "S" Coupe is available in a hardtop (above), wood grained steering wheel and special handling pillar coupe, or convertible body style. The "S" components are optional. Coupe may be customized through the use of any The Javelin Hardtop American Motors' now entry in the sporty car field is the sleek, low-profiled Javelin hardtop, available in two versions, standard and the SST model shown. Exceptionally roomy inside with full, four-passenger seat- ing, the Javelin's classic appearance is enhanced by the fast-angle windshield, narrow dual pin stripes that follow the graceful body contours, and twin Venturi grille. Engine choices range from a 232 six to 343 V-8s. ALSO ON DISPLAY.... FOR '68 AMBASSADOR - REBEL - RAMBLER AMERICAN 1968 QLDSMOBILE 98 LUXURY SEDAN Available in five different body styles counting the Luxury sedan (above), the 1968 Oldsmobile 98 is distinguished by its clean, elegant styling and unexcelled comfort. Styling changes in Oldsmobile's top-of-the-line series include new grilles, new side moldings, and revised quarter panels and deck lid trim. All new 98's are powered by a 455-cu.-in. V-8 engine, with a new power train concept for better mid-range performance, fuel economy, quietness of operation and durability. New hood and 'airl'oil"-tvpe grille hi^hliuht shown here, and a two-door hardtop in the c\U>rior resn IIIIL; of American Motors' standard Ambassador line. SST models foa- st-\ -en-model Ambassador line for 1%K. New lure A.M's ^90 Typhoon V-8 as standard, with to tin- scries are a four-door SST sedan .'U'i V-Ss up to L'Sd horsepower as options. YOU'RE INVITED FOR FREE COFFEE ft DOUGHNUTS, TOO! KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER!! OLDSMOBILE RAMBLER J25 South Dodge ALGONA, IOWA g-g-g gagBBgaaaflgaaflJUHiflflBinutflgj c c Q » a c o a a Q a Phone 295*0144 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 t| R ||J^|g

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