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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upper D«« Moln* Thursday, S«pt. 38, 1967 Linda Sands Of Algona 1$ Married On Sept. 16 Linda Jean Sands, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Sands, Algona, and Randall Scott Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Wagner, were married Sept. 16 at the First Methodist Church. Rev. William R. Noland officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Maid of honor was Carol Teeter, best man was Russell Wagner, the groom's brother, ushers were Dave Schreck and Gary Venske, and soloist was Judy Thomsen, accompanied by Mrs. Rex Taylor. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Donna Gunderson had the guest book. Kathy Freer served punch. Laura Howell poured coffee. Cindy Schreck cut the cake. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker. Waitresses were Ginny Roethler, Cynthia Groen and Christine Groen. Shari Nelson, Cindy Long and Mrs. Clifford Teeter opened the gifts. The bride is a sophomore at the University of Iowa, majoring in English and business administration. The groom is a junior at the University in the College of Pharmacy. The couple is at home in Iowa City. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Portland Tea Kicks Off Fall Social Season PORTLAND - The Portland Progress Club held their annual Kick-off Tea Thursday afternoon, Sept. 21, in the home of Ethel Smith, with Arleen Wood, Hazel Steven and Vera Fitch, assistant hostesses. Eighteen members answered roll call, "A vacation I would like to take." Members were Myrtle Zwiefel, Viola Becker, Sarah Stewart, Edith Jandl, EvaShipler, Vivian Dutton, Ella Lampe, Flossie Bartlett, Margaret Govern, Mary Rasmussen, Arlene Marlow, Thelma Meister, Elizabeth Kennedy, Linda Meister, Ethel Smith, Hazel Steven, Arlene Wood and Vera Fitch, This was also guest day- guests attending were Virgie Smith, Mary Weber, Hazel Larson and Judy Fitch. The program was in charge of the program committee, June Sparks, Mary Rasmussen, and Viola Becker. Viola presented us with two very interesting readings, "Legend of the Raindrop," and "Window of Gold." Arlene Marlow and Hazel Steven had Fun Time, Judy Fitch won* prize. Vera Fitch had the surprise number, Margaret Govern winning the prize. Myrtle Zwiefel, Hazel Steven, Grace Trenary and Vera Fitch each re- ceived a birthday gift from their Secret Sister. At the close of the meeting the luncheon was served with a fall center piece, furnished by Arlene Wood. -Edith •; Jandl poured coffee and Elizabeth . Kennedy poured tea. The October meeting will be held in the home of Viola Becker with Grace Trenary assistant hostess. - o - Mrs. Howard Sparks returned Saturday from a ten-day vacation trip to Casper, Wyoming. She accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond of Britt, to visit the Howard Dawsons. Mrs. Dawson is a sister of Mrs. Sparks and a daughter of the Guy Dimonds. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad went to Sac City Sunday to visit Mrs. Lovstad's brother and family, the Hanford Voyles. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and Teresa were Sunday dinner guests in the Rex Wolfe home at Fenton. This was in honor of Teresa's 7th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert were Tuesday evening supper guests in the W. W. Boettcher home at Burt. Luella Sherland, Lilly Blake, Esther Miller, Anna Reimers, and Clara Reynolds spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. E.G. Schwietert to help her celebrate her birthday. They brought in all the refreshments and had a very enjoyable afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson went to Ankeny Sunday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Becky Brandow, Mrs. Effie Teeter, Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Broesder and Le.Vnn. This was in honor of John Thompson's birthday and Mrs. Harvey Johnson's birthday. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert entertained the A and B Club at a 1 o'clock luncheon Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister ana Brett -*ere dinner and supper guests in the Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Fuller of Los Angeles, Calif, and Mrs. Marie Daschle of Rochester, Minn, arrived Wednesday evening to spend a few day sin the Bernard Meister home. Mrs. Fuller.and Mrs. Daschle are cousins of Mrs. Meister. Myrtle Schwietert of Des Moines; Helen Schwietert, Lorena Roark and Vera Schwietert were Saturday morning coffee guests in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Harris of Laurens were Saturday afternoon visitors. "When a man and a woman marry, they become one; the trouble starts when they decide 'which one'." 16 More New Vehicles Go To County Buyers With the new car showings now formally completed, it can be expected that new vehicle registrations will again begin to zoom. In the meantime, 16 new vehicle registrations were made at the Kossuth court house last week as follows: Plymouth - Louis W. Heinen, Algona. Ford - Barbara Weydert, Bode; John Dole, Irvington. Dodge — Charles E. Seebeck, Wesley; Harold Carr, Swea City. Pontiac - Gary Abbas, Burt. Ambassador- Edwin Lieb, Algona; Larry Kiley, Wesley; Helen Leaneagh, Algona. Chevrolet - Harry Ricklefs, Titonka; Patrick Bradley, Bancroft (pu); Hiland Potato Chip Co., Algona (truck) CMC - George Kunkel, Corwith; Farmers Co-op, Swea City. Honda - Charles Spencer, Algona and Jerry Richardson, Ledyard. Municipal Utilities " iSB=B=ass »^^ WATCH FOR OUR PREMIER SHOWING PARTY* WHICH Will FEATURE ALL OF THE NEW 1968 WA VICTOR PRODUCTS MAKE PLAMC n«.., __ .x,' NANS NOW TO PtTAUS us . RADIO Be-son s Weldir.c. Suppl. .. .2.30 Siej-For: Dodre, Suppi. . . .3.10 Ki;ewski C', Gas 95.44 Taylor Mo:or. Repurs 2.30 Scl-.uh: Bros., Gas 5.70 Elec. Heat-.n; Ass'r~. A.iv 13.00 Aizor.a, Adv... . ITc.OT Ar.. PuV. Co.. A.iv 214.60 Upper Des Pub. Co., A civ 168.31 KLGA Rad:o. A.:v 89.70 Claries Vo'.k, Exp 8.00 Marsr.aU-Jacksor. Co., Suppl 18.20 Hutzell's, Suppi 26.81 TreiS. of -he State. Tax.. .800.00 N.W. Bell Tele., Ser 117.63 Glenn's Stu.iio, Misc. . . . .-10.14 Pert;. Cash, Misc. 34.86 Gary Lane. Ser 32.00 Pa;. Roll, Pay Roll 377.03 Walter Peterson. Labor.. .243.36 Maurice Krebsbach, Labor 231.74 Mariin Meehlhause, Labor 18.90 lo'.va State Bank, Withholding Tax 228.30 Treas.. State of la., State Income Tax 23.96 la. Empl.. Sec. Coir.m., Tax 138.94 I.P.E.R.S., Tax 110.30 Ins. Fund, Ins 11.10 Thorpe Well Co., Ser 162.00 Cook's Welders, Suppl... .184.50 Hach Chem., Suppl 16.90 Sherwin-Williams. Suppl 16.50 Hersey-Sparling Co., Suppl 65.12 Neptune Meter Co.. . Suppl 59.11 Brown Suppl. Co., Suppl.. .153.78 Waterous Co.. Suppl 181.41 J. C. Pollard Co., Suppl.. .324.38 Iowa Mach. & Suppl., Suppl 205.19 Homelite, Suppl 1.04 Cowan Corp., Suppl 23.47 Kajewski Champlin, Gas 29.93 Frederick Hdwe., Suppl 1.94 D. M. Rubber Stamp, Suppl 10.05 T. James Palmer. Exp. . ..23.29 Petty Cash, Misc 5.36 The salary of Jerry Parsons was set at $1.85 per hour and the salary of Marcia Strange was set at $240.00 per month. Next meeting date was set for Sept. 15, 1967, at 12:01 o'clock p. m. Meeting adjourned. IRA KOHL Secretary ALLEN K. BUCHANAN President of the Board HOLD REUNION A family reunion ^-as held recently at the parental Lyle Black's. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Hovard Black, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eunlcoiske, Condon; Mr. and Mrs. v,'ayne Black, Ft. Dod;e; and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Harold Hol^son will I* host to the Eight Specks 500 club Oct. 4. - o - LARGE ATTENDANCE Thirteen towns were represented at the L.W.M. women's meeting Wednesday at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Two hundred guests were served luncheon at noon in the church dining room. - o - PHILLIPS REUNION A Phillips family reunion \vas held Sept. 17 at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips were in attendance and the reunion was of 40 cousins and second cousins. - o - JEFF COWAN, 4 Jeff Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan, observed his fourth birthday, Sept. 26 with a party and had as guests in the afternoon Jon and Amy Andreasen, Jay Cowan and Lynn Cook. Evening guests included his great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson, and the Warren Nelson family. - o - EX-RESIDENT WEDS Word has been received of the marriage of Henry E. Douglas, former Algonan now residing at Redlands, Calif., and Helen Drew at the Lutheran church Sept. 9 at Mentone, Calif. Relatives and close friends attended. A reception was held at the home of his son, Wayne Douglas. They will make their home at Redlands, Calif. umiiiiinii A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held at the City Hall, City of Algona, la., Sept. 5, 1967, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Present were Buchanan, Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt., and Ira Kohl, secretary. Absent was 0. B. Harmes. The minutes of the meeting of Aug. 21, 1967, were read and approved as read. Motion by Bay, seconded by Buchanan, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan and Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. LIGHT FUND Richard Riley, Exp 10.00 Hunt Truck Lines, Freight 27.62 Pay Roll, Pay Roll 2,995.70 Milton O. Bilyeu, Labor . .339.76 Wilbur E. Brunei-, Labor 233.31 David Van Ginkel, Labor 170.32 Jerry Parsons, Labor . . .164.92 Robert Nichols, Labor . ..145.94 Richard Frideres, Labor 227.05 Mariin Meehlhause, Labor 139.82 Iowa State Bank, Tax .. .1,125.25 Treas., State of la., Tax 166.48 la. Empl. Sec. Comm., Tax 935.48 I.P.E.R.S., Tax 649.24 Ins. Fund, Ins 61.05 North Cent. Pub. Ser. Co., Gas 7,659.89 Cook's Welders, Suppl. . . .18.72 Trupke Elec., Suppl 1.68 Big Bear, Inc., Suppl 20.69 W. D. Allen, Suppl 310.63 Culligan, Suppl. , 57.59 Sherwin-Williams, Suppl. . .8.13 Greenberg's, Suppl 18.32 Algona Machine Shop, Suppl 18.75 Fort Dodge Ind. Towel Ser., Ser 8.28 Arnold Motor, Suppl 1.53 Cook's Scrap Iron, Suppl... .2.07 Iowa Elec. Supply, Suppl 1,293.84 Westinghouse Elec. Suppl. Co., Suppl .1,735.04 Terry-Durin Co., Suppl.. .205.85 Crescent Elec., Suppl 2,488.39 Electrical Materials, Suppl 980.89 Joslyn Mfg., Suppl 616.05 Burmeister Elec., Suppl 2,004.92 Van Meter Co., Suppl 219.30 Frederick Hdwe., Suppl... .16.42 Pratt Elec. Co., Suppl 20.77 Reding's Gravel, Suppl. , ..18.00 Cont. Safety Eqpt., Suppl.. .58.32 UttElec., Suppl 2.40 SOCIETY NEWS ll( i § BAPTISMAL DINNER S'r.awru Lynne Frink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rocer Frink, Whittemore, was baptized Sunday, Sept. -4, at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville. Sponsors were Celia Harris, Dennis Frink and Fred Frink. A baptismal dinner -^as held at Van's Cafe; church services. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Frink and Dirk, David Frink, Linda Knoll, all of Ames ; Pastor and Mrs. Bliss, Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Harris, Celia and Diane, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wittkopf, Algona; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frink, Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Knoll, Sandra and Richard, Lone Rock; Mrs. Grace Jackman of Alcona, great'-grandmother; and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink, Tara Jean and Shawna Lynne. Promoted To Corporal Cadet John W. Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson, Burt, Iowa, was promoted recently to the rank of Corporal according to information released by Kemper Military School and College, Boonville, Missouri. Cpl. Patterson's promotion was announced by Maj. James B. Statler, temper's Professor of Military Science and the school's administrative board. Plum Creek Elite The monthly meeting of the Plum Creek Elite was held Sept 9 at Call State Park. Jane Walk* er was in charge of the food and Debbie Spear, the fire. We roasted shishkabobs and had all the trimmings. The closer you are to a person, the more tact and courtesy you need. Saxons were the leading miners in Europe during the 16th cen- turv. DEBBIE NELSON, 6 Debbie, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nelson, was given a party Monday in honor of her birthday. Guests were Donna Meyer, Delyce St. John, Sandra Bilsborough, Debbie Coan, Carol Chamberlain and Kathy Twedt, Games were played and refreshments served. An additional celebration was held that evening at which the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson and Mrs. Frank Butts, an aunt, Mary Wirtjes, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan and children were guests. A few neighbors also called briefly. - o - WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. William Tjaden, Morton, HI., will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 1. Mrs. Tjaden is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan and Mr. Tjaden is the son of the late Henry Tjadens. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg had as dinner guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf, Mike, Tony and Mary Ann, Osage, and their son-in-law, Hugh Black, Louise, Jimmy and Carolyn. It was a belated observance of the birthdays of Tony and Louise. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken accompanied their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson, to Jefferson Sunday where they were guests of Mrs. Hanson's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mittag. The sixth birthday of their son Dan was being celebrated. Debbie and Ronnie, daughter and son of the Hansons, were also present. - o - AT WEDDING Mrs. David Hovey flew to Clarksville, Term. Sept. 21 to attend the wedding of her sister Faye Mosley and William Shanks. A reception followed. Mrs. Hovey flew back Sept. 24. ATTYDAIS ARE 7&RE AGA/M* • / Fall fashions '67 once again place emphasis on the HAT — more this year than ever before- stylish new hats are in the limelight of fall fashions this year . . . and the Elite Hat Shop is now displaying the latest designs for autumn. Felts, Beavers, Velours, Precious Furs, Brims, Berets, Fedoras and Turbans are at the top of the fall fashion list. Add magic to your autumn costumes with a hat from the . . . 204 E. STATE Elite Hat Shop ONA. IOWA j ALGONA. COLORADO John A. Lov* IOWA Hirold L Hughes KANSAS Robert Docking MICHIGAN George Romnejr MINNESOTA Harold Levender NEBRASKA Herbert T. Tiemenn NORTH DAKOTA William Guy SOUTH DAKOTA NilsA.Boe WISCONSIN Warren P. Knowles Millions of Americans celebrate "Cooperative Month" 12 times a year... ...9 Midwest governors make Cooperative Month off/da/ during October! For the millions of Americans who are member-patrons of cooperatives, every month proves again that it pays to do business the cooperative way. They learn that cooperatives are a national asset, constantly building the economic strength of our state and community. They learn that cooperatives are owned and controlled by hometown people. They learn that cooperative savings and earnings are returned to hometown people ... to the very people who do business the cooperative way. • Cooperatives are so important to so many people and so many communities — month after month •—that our Governor and eight others in the Midwest have officially proclaimed October as Cooperative Month. It's your invitation to learn more about cooperatives and how they can work for you. • Let's get together on the details soon! LEPYARP CO-OP ELEVATOR ------------ Bernard Reilly, OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR ._ -------- Jerry Hoffman, WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO ------------- R. W . Jyrgeni, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR -------------- Jack Stottf FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode _____ R. L. Matheson, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR -------------- Curtif Lurq , IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR -------- E, F. Immerfall, LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE ___ Lorenz Geitzenauir, WHIHEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR ------ A |f red Schultl , (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR ... ..... _____ Ronqld Jurgenf , • • Mgr. Mgr. M gr. Mgr. M gr, Mgr. Mgr.

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