The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1968 · Page 17
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(Id.) Upptr D«« Moints Thursday, Jan. 25, 1968 Algerians Wed SO Years Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend, Algona, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house to be held Sunday, Jan. 28, from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home at 1208 E. State. They extend a cordial invitation to all relatives and friends and request no gifts, please. Mr. and Mrs. Arend have a son, Paul, who lives on the home farm near Burt, and three grandchildren. Rainbow Girls Assembly Instituted Here Jan. 20 The Algona Assembly of the Order of the Rainbow for girls was instituted Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Masonic Temple. The instituting officer was Mrs. Helen Kline, supreme deputy, Malvern, la. Assisting officers were Elsa Cunningham, worthy matron; Doris Steven, secretary, 1 Eula Klein, Marshall; and Josephine Ruark, chaplain of the local OES. The Humboldt Assembly initiated the Algona Assembly of 37 girls. At 7:30 in the evening at an open installation, Phyllis Moulton was installed as worthy advisor. Installing officers were Kathy Kusler, Alden; Mrs. Gertrude Barden, grand deputy, Clarion; Lynne Mansfield, Humboldt; Carol Poundstone, Clarion; Deloris Main and Debbie Long of Mason City. Serving as escorts were Max Laird, Dave Riley, Dennis Guster, Paul Christenson, Bill McDonald, Gregg Powell, Dean Teeter, Jay Geving, Randy Handel and Bruce Marshall, all of the local Demolay chapter. As the worthy advisor made her vows at the altar, Jane Walker sang, "You'll Never Walk Alone." Frank Moulton, her father, escorted her to the East prior to the installation of the other officers. The opening prayer and benediction was given by Father Milo Dailey of the Episcopal church, Algona. Introduced by Miss Moulton were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, her sister, Sue Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Immerfall, her brother, Mike, and her grandmother, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Mrs. Royal Nold, mother advisor, and Mrs. Gary McDonald, associate mother advisor, Jim Kolp, Rainbow Dad, and Dean Taylor, associate Rainbow Dad. "Love" was the theme used by Miss Moulton for her term of office. Mothers of the top five officers served the reception following the installation. These included Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., Burt, Mrs. Lorraine Bixler, Mrs. Russell Buchanan, Mrs. Dean Jergenson and Mrs. Frank Moulton. Mrs. Robert Williams served punch and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom poured coffee. Cathy Chris- •chilles attended the guest book. Other officers installed were Sandy Hoover, associate worthy advisor; Barb Jergenson, charity; Cathy Bixler, faith; Kathy Buchanan, faith; Pat Muckey, recorder ; Joyce Gabrielson, treasurer; Edie Ruark,chaplain;Virginia Hardgrove, drill leader; Mari McCullough, love; Cathy McDonald, religion; Suzanne McGinnis, nature; Debbie Brandt, immortality; Ann Taylor, fidelity; Tamara Parrish, patriotism; Debbie Bennett, service; Norma Geving, confidential observer; Christy Carson, outer observer; Cheryl Cunningham, musician. Rachelle Cunningham, choir director; Jeri Nielson, Bowties editor; Pat MuUey, publicity; Martha Gilbert, flag bearer; Christy Carson, keeper of the jewels; Virginia Hardgrove, projects chairman, and Nancy Allen, co-chairman; TrinaParrish, recorder's page; Nancy Kolp, musician's page; Rachelle Cunningham and Sandy Allen, hostesses. Members of the choir include Rexann Voyles, Dana Clapsaddle, Dixie Keith, Connie Hemmingsen, Diane Harris, Vicki Telecky, Jane Nold, Kristy Elmore and Marcey Diamond. Notes Of (Servicemen Sgt. RON PETERSON SAN ANTONIO - Technical Sergeant Ronald J. Peterson, son of Mrs. Florence E. Peterson of 14 1/2 E. State St., Algona, has completed the special U. S. Air Force recruiter course at Lackland AFB, Texas. Sergeant Peterson, previously assigned at Duluth International Airport, Minn., will be an official Air Force recruiter at Brainerd, Minn. He was picked for the special assignment as a volunteer with an outstanding military record. The sergeant was trained in 11 areas of study, including the Air Force job classification system, testing procedures and community relations to broaden his qualifications for presenting the facts of Air Force career opportunities to young men and women. Sergeant Peterson, a veteran of the Korean War, has served in Vietnam. A graduate of Algona High School, he attended the University of Iowa. His wife, Harriette, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Brown of Rt. 4, Coalville, Ft. Dodge, Iowa. - o - U. S. ARMY, GERMANY Army Specialist Five Robert J. Kunkel, 28, son of Mrs. Caroline Kunkel, Algona, was assigned to Headquarters, U. S. Army Strategic CommunJcationsCommand, Europe in Germany, Dec. 26. His wife, WAC Specialist Four Nancy Kunkel, is also assigned to Headquarters, U. S. Army Strategic Communications Command, Europe in Germany. •». - o SAN DIEGO - Marine Private Wayne A. Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mads P. Christiansen of 406 E. State, Algona, was WAYNE CHRISTIANSEN graduated from eight weeks of recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot here. He will undergo from two to four weeks of individual combat training and then, after leave at home, will report to his first Marine Corps assignment. Ledyard Girl Engaged LEDYARD -Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keefe announce the engagement of their daughter, Joan Margaret to Thomas John Schuler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schuler of Newell, Iowa. Miss Keefe, a graduate of the Ledyard Community School, is employed at Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Des Moines and her fiance is currently serving with the Army at Ft. Hood, Texas. No wedding date has been set. Expand County 4-H Committee Total To Ten The expansion of the Kossuth County 4-H committee from eight to ten members has been announced by Ruth Patterson, Extension assistant. The newly- organized committee met Jan. 16 in the Extension meeting room. The following were elected officers: chairman, Laurel Peterson, Swea City; vice-chairman, Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton; secretary, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Burt. Other carry-over members on the , committee are James Mullins, Corwith; Ted Smith, Algona; and Mrs. Orville Thoreson, Swea City. New members recently approved by the County Extension Council are Dick Kuecker, Algona, who was on the committee a few years ago; Joe Skow, Wesley; and Mrs. Raymond Bierle, Buffalo Center. One vacancy still remains to be filled. Wanted for this position is a woman from the south central part of the county. She must be interested in young people While previous knowledge of 4-H is desirable, it is not required. She will be assigned to help girl's 4-H clubs in the southern part of the county. ************* *^* **************************** ^\ * * * * **++ + **+******++*++*+***********isww*+*****w*+*** + *•* * * ********************************************************** ************* tpOu^ NATIONAL JAYCEE WEEK -JANUARY 21-28 *****++++++++ We Are Proud of the Algona PROJECTS Park Project - Build Fire Places Sand Box Project Honors Banquet (Co-sponsor) Junior Golf Tournament (Local) Miss Algona Pageant Little League Uniforms (Co-sponsor) Kick, Punt & Pass Contest (Co-sponsor) Christmas Cards To Servicemen Christmas Party For Under-privileged C hildren The Javcee Creed WHO CAN JOIN? ALL YOUNG MEN IN THE ALGONA AREA BETWEEN THE AGES 21 - 35 ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE JAYCEES. THIS IS YOUR COMMUNITY AND YOUR ORGANIZATION. WE JOIN IN SALUTING THIS GROUP OF YOUNG MEN WHO ARE DEDICATED TO SERVING OUR COMMUNITY IN EVERY WAY POSSIBLE. LET US ALL SUPPORT THE ALGONA JAYCEES IN THEIR WORTHWHILE PROJECTS. Read's Furniture Universal Mfg. Company Iowa State Bank Algona Bowling Lanes Honsbruch Drug North Iowa Appliance - - Members - - LES FOXHOVEN (PRESIDENT) Frank King Paul Bode Mark Seeley Jim McMahon (Director) (Director) (Director) (Director) BOB BOMGAARS (1st V. P.) THORVAL VERRIPS (Secretary) Robert Bachman Chuck Behr Jim Charlstrom Robert Cramer Garry Davis John E. Goecke Barrel Johnson Robert Johnson Tom Kissner Steve Krasean Jerry Leaneagh Duane A. Lenz BOB POST (2nd V. P.) JOHN LANDE (Treasurer) Chuck McCabe John Murphy Rick Powers Richard Ringsdorf Richard Robinson Wayne Taylor Don R. Tietz Don E. Tornberg Walter Turchin Robert Watson Robert D. Wells William Welsh Earl Ludwig Wiltgen Jewelers No. Iowa Sewing Machine Druggist Mutual Insurance The Security State Bank Rusk Drug & Jewelry Directory Service Company T

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