The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1967
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Algona la.) Upp*r DM MoinM Thursday, Oct. 12, 1967 MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg spent the weekend at Brainerd, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg. The men are cousins. SGT. WILLIAM GRANT and his wife, the former Sharon Burtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burtis, are expected this week from Imperial, Calif. Sgt. Grant is being sent to Vietnam and his wife will make her home with her parents during his absence. SHERI BAKER, who is employed in Davenport, spent the weekend here with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Baker. MRS. LEROY CRAPSER and her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Mains, spent Friday at Ft. Dodge with friends. MRS. CELIA DEAL was visited over the weekend by her grandchildren, Becky, Larry, Lucy and Tommy Coleman, Des Moines. MRS. MILTON DAHL has been visited by her granddaughter, Jane, and husband, James Christian, Adel. MARGARET, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal, is attending the Iowa Methodist School of Nursing and at present, as part-other training, is at Knoxville. She has recently visited her parents and her grandmother, Mrs. Celia Deal. EARL RICH was visited Tuesday by his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Gettman, Waterloo. MR. AND MRS. Robert Dreyer were visited Sunday by the latter's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldenberg arid Emma, Austin, Minn. MRS. EMMA DREYER isleav- ing Monday for a visit at Fremont, Nebr. with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morgan. She plans to be gone two weeks. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton and son Jack have returned from a vacation of a week at Cass Lake, Minn, and vicinity. They spent the nights at the Algona cabin. Instead of fishing they went sight-seeing and enjoyed the beautiful fall scenery and took color pictures. While there they were visited by Mrs. Dutton's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Blisse, Osseo, Minn. MRS. MABEL RIDDLE, widow of C. A. Riddle, has moved from the former home at West Concord, Minn, and lias taken an apartment in the Moulton building on State Street in Algona. She is leaving this week for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engel at Boulder, Colo. She CHRISCHILLES . $5.00 <J / B GOSSARD KEEPS AMERICA BEAUTIFUL was visited Sunday by her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dodds, Arnolds Park. Her visit at Boulder will be for a few months. MR. AND MRS. Warren Bowman have returned from a visit at Corell, Minn, where they spent a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. The former is pastor at the Artichoke Lake Baptist church. Mrs. Steven is Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bowman. A daughter was born to Rev. and Mrs. Steven Sept. 27 and has been named Julianne May. Other children in the family are William 8, and Tom, 4. MRS. GLENN McMURRAY and Helen Zittritsch left via plane Saturday for their respective homes at Glendale and Gardena, Calif., having been called here by the death of their mother, Mrs. Maria Zittritsch who died Sept. 2G. A daughter, Annie, who lived witli her mother, died in June. MRS. MYRA OSTRUM has returned from a vacation which took her first to Oelwein where she visited her sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Cummins and Mrs. Lloyd Bennett, then to another sister's, Mrs. Margaret Heimer at Lamont. From there she went to Dubuque, DeKalb, HI., and Kenosha where she visited her grandsons and families, the Jerry Ostrums, the Steve Ostrums and the Jim Ostrums, respectively. EVELYN CADY has had word from Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry of Lansing, Mich, that they are on a trip and will be in this vicinity Oct. 13 or 14 for a call on old friends. Mr. Henry is still with the John Deere Co. MR. AND MRS. Marlin Meehl- liause and Zelda were pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when a group of friends honored them with a housewarming. Present were Messrs and Mesdames Art Ashton, Frank Kirby, Gerhard Wittkopf, Ronald Gardner, Bill Naylor, Woodrow Johnson, Wayne Hansen, Jack Haag, Vernell Ludwig, Joe Baumgarm and Mrs. Minnie Meehlhause and Art Goerndt. High at 500 were Jack Haag and Minnie Meehlhause and low, Eleanor Gardner and Marlin Meehlhause. Travel went to Mrs. Alice Ludwig. The Meehlhauses were presented with a gift and lunch was served. Theatre Mgr. At State Meeting David Reab, manager of the Algona Theatres, left Monday for Des Moines where he will attend a convention of Central States Theatres for their managers. The convention will last several days and will feature showings of new films and seminars on theater management. Reab and other managers are the guests of Central States at Johnny and Kay's Motel in Des Moines. Bancroft Man Injured In Strange Mishap Philip C. Inman, 36, Bancroft, sustained facial lacerations and was treated by an Algona doctor in a strange mishap two miles south of Lakota at the inter section of a blacktop and gravel road at 1 p.m. Thursday. His auto, which sustained an estimated $200 damage, was following another driven by Raymond A. Kaliler, 68, Titonka, and both were headed north when the latter made a left turn. Mr. Inman drove his car into the ditch to avoid a collision. The Kaliler car was not damaged. Patrolman Tom Cogdall investigated the mishap. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Tom Dailey Is Valedictorian Of Med. Tech Class mnniiiiiiiiitiiiniiiiiitiiitlffliiiniiiiimtimiiimiimtWH ST. JOE TOM DAILEY At commencement exercises held on Saturday, September 23, 1967, Tom Dailey graduated from the Medical Institute of Minnesota, Minneapolis, as Valedictorian of his Medical Technician class. Following the exercises a reception was held at the Institute. Tom's training at the Institute was an intensive course of study in the field of Medical Technology. While in attendance Tom was a member of the Student Senate and served on a graduation committee. Mr. Dailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dailey, Algona, is now serving his six-month internship in the laboratory of Cassia Memorial Hospital, Burley, Idaho. Upon satisfactory completion of his internship, Tom will receive a Graduation Certificate from MIM and his Internship Certificate from the h&spital. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LeBrune, Dell Rapids, So. Dak., spent the past week here visiting relatives and friends. Tuesday, they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, St. Joe, and Mrs. Anna Bormann, Livermore, to spend the day with Mrs. Anna Bormann at North Washington, Iowa. C.D.A. monthly meeting was postponed from Wednesday evening to Thursday'evening. Garrigan Parents Night \vzK held on Wednesday evening. D.C.C.W. officers for St. Joseph's parish are Mrs. N. J. Weydert, parish representative; Mrs. Paul Erpelding, organization services; Mrs. Joe Sinnwell, international affairs; Mrs. Rosalia Illg, community affairs; Mrs. Joe Berte, church communities; Mrs. Mike Hofer, family affairs; and N. C. C. W. commissions, Mrs. Ben Thilges. Mrs. N. J.Weydert entertained the Recipe Round-up C.D.A. cookbook committee Friday evening. The cookbook is again available and can be obtained from court members. A social evening and cards, followed by lunch, was enjoyed by the group. Receiving prizes were Mrs.E. J. Gales, Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunkel were Thursday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Bormann in observance of Mrs. Kunkel's birthday. Mrs. Bob Bormann entertained her 500 club Thursday evening, with Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and Mrs. Irene Bormann as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Willie Thilges, Mrs. Edwin Thilges, and Mrs. Irene Bormann. Mrs. Leonard McGuire entertains the club Oct. 26. Connie Sinnwell, Des Moines, was a weekend visitor here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell. Joan Erpelding, Des Moines, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and sons, Eldon and Peter. Joan has recently returned from a 3-week European trip. Mrs. Susie Kramer entertained her 500 club Thursday, with Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Alphonse Berte and Mrs. Ralph Reding receiving prizes. Mrs. Ralph Reding entertains the club at their next meeting. Flow Begins Of New Vehicle Registrations New 1968 car registrations began to show up last week in the office of the county treasurer, with 17 vehicle registrations, a number of them for '68 models. Registrations were as follows: Plymouth - Walter Owens, Swea City; Raymond Weiland, Wesley; Gary Priebe, Algona. Oldsmobile — Myron Smith. Algona. Ford- Erwin Giesking, Titonka; Ralph A. Donovan, Algona; Paul Eisenmann, Swea City (PU); Alfred Reding, Bode (PU). Chrysler - Edward Seeney, Bancroft. Dodge - Post Moving-Storage, Algona; Shirley Ricklefs, Algona; Robert Schmitt, Algona; Otto Harlan, Algona; Charles Quinn, Bancroft. Chevrolet - Kenneth Schmidt, Fenton; Glenn Householder, Lone Rock, truck. Wilson - Menke Truck Line, Bancroft. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES. CONGRATULATIONS, KURT . * . . . . FROM KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Ottosen Lady Wool Chmn. must make and model her own garment. Anyone wishing entry blanks may contact Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Ottosen. Mrs. Thorsen is chairman Mrs. Thorsen, left, is shown here with Mrs. Howard Pearson, Ellsworth, state director. Kurt King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max King, Algona, received a $25 savings bond from DuWayne Klein, owner of Klein's Farm Supply. Kurt won the bond for being high show-man of the Wayne 4-H feeders in the Kossuth County area He and his sister did an outstanding job of feeding their calves this year. After completion of judging they had one purple, six blue, three red and one white ribbons to show for their hard work. Kurt went all the way with Wayne Feeds and was pleased with the results he obtained. He will be leaving for Chicago with one of his prize steers to show in the International Livestock Show. We wish him the best of luck and hope he comes home a winner. Congratulations to Kurt and to all of our 4-H feeders for the fine showing at the 1967 Kossuth County Fair. We hope to work with them again in 1968. WAYNE FEEDS KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Phone: 295-3452 Algona, Iowa OTTOSEN - The Make-it- Yourself with Wool contest sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of the Iowa State Sheep Association, will be held in the 4-H building at Ft. Dodge Sat- urday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. At this time each contestant will model the garment she made in a style' show for the public. Garments must be made of American wool. The contestant Sheakleys take pleasure in proudly announcing their new Your Year For A New Car? WHY NOT. THE NEW 1968's LOOK BETTER THAN EVER AT YOUR ALGONA AUTO DEALERS. IF THIS IS YOUR YEAR FOR A NEW CAR, REMEMBER EVER, TOO, AT THE ... THE FINANCING IS BETTER THAN Iowa State Bank "At the time and temperature corner." Members F.D.I.C Algona, Iowa SHOES NEW SHIPMENT WOMEN'S AIR STEP New Styles - Types - Colors DRF.SS - CASUAL All Stylus - All Widths - All Sizes NEW SHIPMENT ROBIN HOOD FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES All Styles-All Sixes-All Widths-A 11 Colors NEW SHIPMENT MEN'S ROBLEE Winy; Tips - Moccasin Toes - in - u\FORDS - STKP INS - LOAFF.RS All Colors - All Styles - All Widths - All Sizes BROWN b-li SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA ALGONA. . ,PHONE:295-5371. . .IOWA Gold Room ,,. for private showing of exclusively fine fashions. fmrnmtmrnm

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