The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 14, 1967
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14—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1967 ifying to us that over 5,000 lowans have, at this early date, given their support to Senator Stanley in his campaign for the U. S. Senate. Many of these lowans are leaders in the Republican party and in their communities." "Our goal has been to have 50,000 lowans pledged to and working for Senator Stanley prior to the election," Martin said. "We are now ahead of schedule." Stanley, Republican candidate for the U. S. Senate, has traveled 17,456 miles and has spoken to and met 19,486 lowans since Aug. 14. He has spoken to or met groups of lowans on 283 occasions. HOST VISITORS Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter, Mrs. Marine Biggers, Little Rock, Ark., were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey gave coffees for them Thursday morning and afternoon. Mrs. Ted Larson entertained at a luncheon for them Friday and Friday morning Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained them and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson at breakfast. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Ann Hanson entertained her bridge club Tuesday. - o- HOMEMAKERS MEET The Plum Creek Homemakers Club meets Nov. 15. Hostesses are Phyllis Kuhn, Clara Keith, Millie Slagle and Hazel Seeley. Roll call is A New Thanksgiving Dish; lesson-Money and Credits; inspiration, Eleanor Gardner. - o - MARINERS CLUB Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church meets Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Crossroads Focus Study - Joe and Edna Skow, Marlin and Ruth Meehlhause. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of the Presbyterian church meet Nov. 16. Hostesses are Mrs. William Funk, Mrs. Al Agena, Mrs. Walter Morz and i Mrs. Casey Loss. Ruth Circle I meets at 8 p.m. Nov. 14 with Mrs. Ted Smith, co-hostess is Mrs. Willis Marshall. Program, Mrs. Robert Bomgaars, and devotions, Mrs. Bert Baldwin. - o - CHURCH DINNER Sunday, Nov. 12, an all Presbyterian church family pot-luck supper was held. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck showed slides and commented on their recent world tour. - o- DELPHIAN SOCIETY Delphian Society meets Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 21 with Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe. Debbie Laws, A.F.S. student, will give a talk on her experiences abroad. - o - D.A.R. MEETING D.A.R. will have an evening meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14, proceeded by dinner at the Johnson House. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Beecher Lane will be hostess to the Eight Specks 500 club Wednesday evening. - o - SOROPTIMIST CLUB Soroptimist Club will meet for a social evening Nov. 14. Hostesses will be Alma Pearson and Helen Huber. BABY BAPTIZED An affirmation of baptism service was held Sunday at Trinity Lutheran Church for Ann Marie, adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Chalstrom. Rev. Paul Sohn officiated. Pastor and Mrs. Burton Everist of Detroit, Mich., sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Chalstrom, were sponsors. Other relatives attending included: Mrs. Lucy Chalstrom, Estherville, paternal grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bartlett, Mason City, maternal grandparents. - o - PLAY CARDS Mrs. John Thuente is entertaining her card club Tuesday evening, Nov. 14. Engagement Of Ex-Whittemore Girl Announced MARILYN SCHMELING Mrs. Marie SchmelingofWhit- temore announces the engagement and appraoching marriage of her daughter, Marilyn, Denver, Colo., to Gerald Chapman, also of Denver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chapman of Hudson, Colo. Miss Schmeling graduated from the Whittemore Public School, attended the College of Medical Technology in Minneapolis and is employed as laboratory and X-ray technician for Drs. Rothenberg, Carlson, and Frank in Denver. Mr. Chapman graduated from Brighton, Colo. High School and from Colorado State University with a B. A. degree in agricultural business and now owns and operates the organ department at the Denver Piano Rebuilders. He served two years in the Army in Japan and Korea. A December wedding is planned in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore. Stanley Gains Support In Senate Attempt Verne R. Martin, Newton, state chairman of lowans for Stanley, today announced that over 5,000 lowans have pledged their support to State Sen. David M. Stanley's candidacy for the. U. S. Senate. Martin, former Republican state chairman, said, "Itisgrat- Morton Buildings MORTON BUILDS THE WORLD'S BEST LOOKING FARM BUILDINGS but... is that reason enough for buying one? WE THINK SO! Your buildings will be there a long time. The attractive appearance of a MORTON BUILDING will give you pleasure through the years ... and add value to your farm. But that isn't the only reason you should buy a MORTON BUILDING We invite you to compare a MORTON BUILDING with other farm buildings. 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Splashboards joints staggeied 24. Custom length sheets — no end laps — roof doesn't leak. 25. Silicone color finish on sheets lasts 50% longer than acrylics or vinyls. Other Buildings: Posts treated with a 5% solution of Penta in oil to a 6 Ib. or 8 Ib. retention. Guarantee does not provide for replacement cost. ' No footing under posts No ,-mchor Trusses Imill on tho job. Trusses not engineered. Roof purlins spaced 24" apart. 2" x 4" side nailers No Knee Braces No Corner Braces No End Door Braces No Truss Ties No Door Corner Brace Trusses only nailed No ventilating screen Walk door made on the job 16' wide end door 16' wide side door No gutters No corner trim No gable trim No walk-in door trim No trackboard & flashing Other door track Joints not staggered Cut length roof sheets—good chance of roof leaks. Galvanized finish or Acrylic or Vinyl or Aluminum Roof. We are now taking orders for next year's erection at what we feel will be a substantial savings over next year's prices. 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