The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
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MR. AND MRS. Gene Heimer had as guests Friday the tet- ter's mother, Mrs. Lee Martin and Mrs. John Fletcher, Clarion. MRS. FREDA STEUSSY has returned from a two-week visit at Walker with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.andMrs.TedPech. MR. AND MRS. John Wilson have gone to Hawaii to join their son, John, Jr., who has served as a lieutenant in Vietnam but is now a civilian. He plans to enter a college to work on his master's degree. The Wilsons also are visiting friends there. MRS. MYRA OSTRUM was visited Sunday by her son Ed and wife of Sherburn, Minn. They own a resort there on Fox Lake. MR. AND MRS. Marion Jawor- skl have moved Into the Myrtle Turnbaugh home on Sample street. Mr. Jaworski is employed at the Wiltgen jewelry store. MRS. RUSSELL RENTZ, accompanied by Mrs. Hilda Wegener and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, drove to Des Moines Thursday to bring Susan Rentz, a student at Drake, home for the weekend. Russell Rentz went to Minneapolis Wednesday to meet Gordon Wegener who arrived after spending 15 months on Formosa. The Wegeners are leaving this weekend for Oxnard, Calif., where he will be stationed. MRS. HILDA WEGENER was hostess to a family gathering Sunday In honor of Gordon Wegener. Present were Gordon and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz and family; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hannover, Whittemore and Gene Thompson and Ricky, Lone Rock. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby have been at Fargo, No. Dak. attending a meeting. Mr. Nasby came home Monday but Mrs. Nasby remained for the complete course. MRS. DAVID HOVEY has returned from Hawaii where she met her husband who had been given a leave of two weeks. He has returned to Vietnam and his wife's return here was delayed by dense fog which kept the planes grounded. MR. AND MRS. John W. Helmers are expecting their son Gerald and his wife from Amarillo, Tex. in early November. He is in service and has not been home in five months. His leave is for 19 days. MR. AND MRS. Wendell Rockwell are parents of identical twin sons born Oct. 3 in the Forest City hospital. They have been named Michael Lynn and Mark Lee. Michael weighed 5 Ibs., 8 oz., and Mark weighed 6 Ibs., 14 oz. There is another son in the family, Bradley, who is two years old. Mrs. Rockwell is the former Muriel Zittritsch. The grandparents are Mrs. Eugene Zittritsch and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rockwell, Thompson, the greatgrandparents are Mrs. Mary Rosenmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson, Lake Mills. Mrs. Mary Carroll, Algona, is the great-great-grandmother. CITATION Logan Postmaster Francis Gochenour received a Citation of Merit of President Johnson's Natural Beauty Award. The Logan post office won the award largely because of the efforts of the Beebeetown Grow and Study Club of Logan. The members have planted and tended a beautiful garden plot at the post off ice. LuVerne WSC5 Hears Talk On European Trip LU VERNE - Women's Society of the Methodist Church met Oct. 18 in the church parlors. Devotions by Darlene Brink and lesson by Lavon Mallory. Hostesses were MarjorieShel- ton, Joyce Genrich, Elaine Wai- line, Violet Goetsch and Anna Neal. Lavon Mallory gave an interesting talk on her trip to Europe. The centerpieces were flowers from the Seminar at Cedar Rapids. Those attending the Seminar from LuVerne were Mrs. Biesemeyer, Lucinda Stone, Violet Goetsch and Ella Weber. - o LIVE WIRES MET LuVerne Live Wire 4-H Club met at the home of Dafawn Kinne with 18 members, two leaders, Mrs. Voss and Mrs. Owen Curry, and a mother, Mrs. Kinne, present. The president, Diane Curry, opened and conducted the meeting. Roll call was answered with "the responsibilities I have assumed this year." Award night will be held Nov. 10 at the city hall. Parents are invited. New business consisted of election of new officers. The following girls were elected for the coming year: pres., Sharon Shorey; vice pres., Peggy Shaw; sec., Barbara Marty; treas., Da- fawn Kinne; reporter, Holly DeNio; hist., Becky Smith. Diane Curry gave a talk oa choosing and buying sheets and towels. Dafawn Kinne gave atalk on care of furniture. A talk was also given by Peggy Shaw on removing health hazards from the home. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John Voss. - o HELD REUNION The Goetsch family reunion "Co-ops Give Farmers a Hand" "That 1 * right. Co-op* do give us a hand-a hand in a lot of important work we could never do alone. "One of my local co-ops gives me the chance to buy quality supplies and equipment at a savings. Others give me the chance to sell my crops at a higher price. "One regional co-op helps me sell my livestock at a bigger profit. Other regional co-ops help me make more money by providing the J 'big business' approach to farmer's problems of manufacturing and marketing that we must have to compete. "Don.'t drive by your co-op next time you're ready to buy or sell. If you do you'll be passing up the biggest chance you'll ever have to give, yourself a helping hand." Patronize Your Cooperative OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Jerry Hoffman, Mgr, WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO, R. W. Jurgens, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr, FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R, L Matheson, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E. F. Immerfall, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE — Loreni Geitzenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR - Alfred Schwltj, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR —— Ronald Jurgeni, Mgr, LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. Patronize your Co-operative Marjorie Haupert Bride West Bend Man, Oct. 14 Marjorie 1 Haupert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Haupert, Hurt, and Max Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahlhauser, West Bend, were married at 10 a. m., Oct. 14, at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Msgr. Zeno Reising, V.F., performed the double ring ceremony. Darlene Haupert, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaid was Betty Dahlhauser, sister of the groom. Larry Fogarty was best man, and Tim Dahlhauser, brother of the groom, served as groomsman. James Haupert, Emmetsburg, and Mike Dahlhauser, West Bend, were ushers. Mrs. Walter Haupert, Algona, was the bride's personal attendant. Mary Ann Kayser was soloist. A reception for 200 guests, was held in St. John's cafeteria. Mrs. Gene Fitzgerald, Armstrong, was dining room hostess. Mrs. Alfred Menke, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Paul Dahlhasuer, aunt of the groom, cut the cake. The bride graduated from St John's High School, Bancroft, and is employed as a bookkeeper at Algona Municipal Utilities. The groom is a graduate of West Bend High School and is employed at Dahlhauser Machine Shop in West Bend. The young couple will live in West Bend. was held at the city hall Sunday with 68 in attendance. Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf was in charge of the day. Mrs. Howard McCrady of Callendar will have charge of next year's arrangements. William Goetsch showed slides taken at last year's reunion and during the year. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch have been taking care of their eight-month-old grandson, Paul Putnam of Algona, the past week. Paul has been ill with ear infection and the three-day measles. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch and Mrs. Jon Putnam and Paul of Algona spent the weekend at West Okoboji getting the trailer ready for the winter months. Others there for the weekend were the Duane Rileys and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona, Jerry Behnkendorf of Bancroft, the Howard McCradys of Callendar, the Henry Goetsch's of Cedar Falls and the Ronald Krafts of Dakota City. The Rileys also prepared their cottage for the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart and Frank Hardcopf visited at the home of their cousin, Bill Hardcopf, Adams, Minn., Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rugg of Des Moines were guests of Mr. Rugg's mother and sister, Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and Vicki. Robert Carstensen of San Jose, Calif., spent a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen spent Sunday at Mason City in the home of Mrs. Nielsen's sister, Mrs. Esther Addy. Mrs. Harold Davis of Mason City visited a few days with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen. Mrs. Nell Biegger will celebrate her 89th birthday at the Humboldt Care Center Oct. 29. Mrs. Albert Wilhelm spent two weeks at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ruberg and family at 147-inches of tearing slashing impact! You get a full 147-inches of tearing, slashing impact! The Stan-Hoist Wildcat is the shredder designed for top performance in your tough, thick, heavy cornstalks. Tru-balanced machine means no vibration, easy hook-up. Dual rotors carry eight hinged blades. (4-suction blades.) Use Wildcat for government ground, hay chopping, stalk shreJdmg and pasture clipping. Hitch a Wildcat behind your tractor . . . you'll soon agree that you bought a lot of machine for your money! Buy a Stan-Hoist Wildcat! Rushford, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson spent Friday and Saturday at Burt in the home of their son and granddaughter, Gordon Davidson and LuAnn. Sunday evening pests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delaine Blumer were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer, David and Jackie, Eagle Grove; and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding, Jr. and Harriet. Mrs. Frank Moeding and Mrs. Delaine Blumer visited Mrs. Frank Moeding, Sr. at the rest home in Humboldt Sunday. Weekend guests at the Bert Thomas home were Dorrance Thomas, Mrs. Llelwyn Six and Rhonda of St. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan el Six of Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Birnbaumer of Audubon. Mr. and Mrs. LeHoy Hintz and family of Sioux City were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Martha Hintz. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Holmes of Ames became parents of a son Oct. 18, weighing 9 lb., 1 oz. He has been named Todd Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark visited the Douglas Holmes' Sunday, getting acquainted witli their new grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf spent Friday at the home oftheir daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Ludwig, Waterloo. Fritz Leistikow, pilot of an ore carrier on the Great Lakes, is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leistikow. Open house was held Oct. 15th for the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jansen of Panora, formerly of LuVerne. Hosts for the event were their children. Those attending from LuVerne were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardcopf, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thortdcry, Oct. 26, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei MoinM—3 Gregory, and Mrs. Lillian SeH>y- \ saiesmar. ;s a gay who can and family. se li without cutting the price. Only with Wildcat can you guard against w.ndro<vmg The secret is in Wildcat s 'ear doers Set the doors to your field condit.ons Trash is broadcast tne entire length of machine. There s a two-row Wildcat available too' JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Transparent Plastic STORM WINDOW KIT COAST TO COAST STORES ED WOLF, OWNER ALGONA FOR PLUMBING HEATING COOLING INSTALLATION - REPAIR OR REMODELNG WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 295-2104 LAING Plumbing-Heoting-Cooling 12 No. Dodge, Algona ON SALE THRU TUESDAY, OCT. 31 REGULAR 2.39 EVERLON FINISH 60" Width Seamless Curtains Extra-wide, color-fast panels are shrinkage controlled, never need ironing. Rayon or Dacron' n> polyester/acetate blend in white, beige or prints of green and blue or melon and brown on white. 81-in. length. each 'No Payment Due 'til Dec. on Charge Purchases Made Nov ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I Plug modern Electrical Living V/jif our store today I • Algona, la. 295-2421 With literally dozens of electrical appliances to serve you, you home's wiring must be ready to let them serve you. That means you need adequate electrical wiring, so all those labor-saving appliances get enough power to operate. Whether you're building or remodeling, make sure your electrical contractor provides • A main wiring panel of at least 100 amperes—preferably 150 or 200 amperes. • Enough branch circuits to serve various areas of your house, including 220- volt circuits for major appliances. • Enough outlets so you don't need a maze of extension cords. • Plenty of readily-accessible switches everywhere. Then you're ready to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities

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