The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1968 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 21, 1968
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Miss Richfer Of Wesley Is Wed Feb. 17 WESLEY-Constance Richter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richter, and WalterL. Smith, son of Robert L. Smith, Salisbury, N. C., were united in marriage Feb. 17 at 11 a.m. inSt. Joseph's Catholic Church. Rev. Gerald Zeman officiated at the double- ring ceremony. The children's choir provided the music. Sister Mary Ralph was organ accompanist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white crepe with a chapel-length fan- shaped train which was designed for her by Mrs. Dominic Talarico of Des Moines. The bride's aunt, Mrs. R.S.Myers, made her gown. Georgene Richter, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Delores Axman was bridesmaid. William Richter, the bride's brother, was best man and Daniel Garman was groomsman. Phillip and Thomas Richter were ushers. Mark Richter and Donald Kirsch were mass servers. Immediately following the ceremony, a dinner and reception were held in the parisli hall. Approximately 150 guests were served. The cake was cut by the bride's godmother, Mrs. Edmund Otis. Punch was served by Mrs. LeRoy Ricke. In charge of the guest book was Maurine Carr and Dianne Garman, Mrs. Alan Del- pierce and Sue Simpson opened the gifts. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School and is pre- senly employed by Gulf Oil Co. in Des Moines. The groom, a 1960 graduate of China Grove High School, Salisbury, N. C., has been serving with the U. S. Navy for the past seven years in the communication field. The couple will make their home in Chin Hae, Republic of Korea, where he will be stationed. His wife will join him there in May. George Pommer Of Wesley Is Engaged To Wed WESLEY-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boersema of Chicago, m. announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy J. Boersema, to George D. Pommer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pommer of rural Wesley. Miss Boersema is a student nurse at Pine Rest Hospital, Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. Pommer is a student at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, majoring in psychology. He is a 1966 graduate of Titonka High School. A late summer wedding is planned. AUNT PASSES Mrs. Viola Studer received word of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Helen Vanderwicken, 91, at Grundy Center. Her husband, John Vander- wicken, died last July. He was a brother of Mrs. Jennie Luken, who made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Studer, before her death in April, 1963. Mrs. Van- derwicken is survived by two sons, one daughter, seven grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Mr. Vanderwicken was editor and part owner of the Grundy Register. - o - IN ART SHOW Mary Nelson is one of 14 Briarcliff College students represented in an area art show now on display at Eppley Auditorium, Morningside College, Sioux City. Student artists from five northwest Iowa church-related colleges have been selected to make up the show. The exhibit was on display at the Eppley Auditorium through Feb. 17 and was then circulated to the other northwest Iowa campuses represented: Buena Vista, Northwestern College, Westmar, and Briarcliff in Sioux City through May 2, Miss Nelson, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, is a senior at Briarcliff and a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona. - o WESLEY 4-H The regular monthly meeting of the Wesley Boy's 4-H was held at the library Feb. 13. Host was Russell Kiley. The meeting was attended by 26 members and five visitors. Reports on the Madrid Winter Camp were made by John Kiley, Leonard Becker, Duane and Larry Kunkel, Brian Hrubes, Jerry Martinek and Tony and Mark Muehe, who attended the camp from Feb. 9-11. Business of the night was electing a candidate for Fun Night Feb. 24 at the Burt gym, starting at 7 p.m. The candidate elected was Philip Buffington and Ronnie Monson is alternate. Also a 4-H Day committee was appointed. The committee consists of Larry and Duane Kunkel, Kim Martinek, Leonard Becker, Bessie Skowand Daryl Pommer. Demonstrations were Karl Kl- ley's "Factors to Consider in Selecting a 4-H Project," Bill Kiley, "Budgeting Livestock Projects - Dairy," John Kiley, "Management Abilities Needed for Various Livestock Enterprises," and James Kiley, "Mow to Store Fertilizer." At the end of the meeting, Mrs. Kiley served lunch. - o TO FIRE SCHOOL Frederick Rasmussen, Seaman Apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rasmussen of rural Wesley, is attending the Navy's basic 18-week Fire Control Technician School at the U. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, HI. - o Nell Frimml entered Mercy W«dn«*doy, feb. 41, 1968 AI 9 one., (la.) Upper D*t Moine«-l3 4s. SHARP'S JEWELRY ,i ^^ Thursday, Friday, Saturday doors open 9 a.m. Thursday PRICES CHOPPED! Items from all over the store will be greatly reduced for this big 3-day promotion. Come early for wide selec- (Fair Trade Items Exempt) tions. DIAMOND RINGS : refl. Diamond dinner ring $125 White gold diamond ring $225 Yellow gold diamond ring $85 Yellow gold diamond and wedding ring set $135 Yellow gold diamond and wedding ring set , $215 White gold baquette cut diamond and wedding ring $139.50 3 diamond yellow gold wedding ring $37.50 5 diamond white gold wedding ring $50 3 diamond yellow gold wedding ring $39.50 SALE $125.00 $35.00 $60.00 $100.00 $69.50 $16.00 $22.50 $10.00 WATCHES White gold diamond-set watch, Reg. $69.95 White gold diamond-set watch, Reg. $150 — Pendant watch, Reg. $24.95 __ Gents' waterproof watch, Reg. $49.50 $19.95 $59.50 $12.95 $22.50 CHARMS - tt PRICE! BOYS' INITIAL RINGS Reg, to $7.95 SALE PRICE $2.95 LADIES' JEWELRY: POPULAR BRANDS PRICES SLASHED I SILVER: 10 inch silver trays only$3,95 12 inch silver trays only $4,95 LADIES' & GENTS 7 STONE SET RINGS: PRICE! BILLFOLDS: $5.95 ladies billfolds only $3.00 $3,95 ladies billfolds only $2,00 WATCHBANDS: Reg. $12.95 watch band $5.95 Reg. $7.95 watch band $3.00 Reg. $1.95 watch band 79c NOTE: Many, many more items have been drastically reduced for this special sale. The above items are only a partial listing of the savings that can be made during the three-day event. SHARP'S JEWELRY 5 E. State Algona, Iowa Hospital, Ft. Dodge, Feb. 11, where she had minor surgery. Her sisters Minnie and Lucy have visited her frequently. Mrs. Lulu Ammann and Peter of Geneva were guests in the home of her brother, Leo Hanig and family, Wednesday. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froehlich and Mr. and Mrs. George Kunkel of St. Benedict. Mrs. Ammann and son also called at the Mrs. Lulu Hanig and Mrs. Agnes Ludwig homes. C.D.A. held their annual husband and guest party Feb. 13. A potluck lunch was served at 7 o'clock followed by 500. Albert Lickteig won high score for men, Ray Stevens, second high; Janice Cink, high for women and travel prize; Irene Muehe second high for women. Rev. Carl Anderson and a group of Evangelical Free Church members honored the Raymond Carlsons, who recently moved to Titonka into a new home they had purchased. Following apro- gram, the self-invited guests served lunch and presented the honored couple with a gift. The family had moved from the J. M. Kunz farm north of Wesley. Ray Otis was a medical patient in the Hancock Memorial Hospital at Britt several days last week. Mrs. Faye Loebig entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and Mrs. Marilyn Shellenberg were guests. Mrs, Pfeffer was high scorer. Mrs. Jo Meurer will have the next party. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig and their son Bob and wife, all of Rochester, Inc., spent several days over the weekend with the Wilfred and Al Loebigs and the Jack Llckteigs. Bob Loebig had Just returned from military service In Thailand. The Bill Loebigs of Ft. Dodge spent Sunday in the parental Wilfred Loebig home. Frank Bleich, Edmund Otis, Lester Larson and Herman Bode attended a meeting of the Boone Valley Cooperative Processing Association at Eagle Grove Feb. 14. Otis Is a director on the Boone Valley Cooperative board. Bleich Is manager of the local cooperative elevator company. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening at her rural home. Mrs. Minnie Bleich was high scorer. Mrs. Mary Weber will have the next party. ' Mr. and Mrs. Glair Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, Mrs. Oscar Erickson and Mrs. Olive Erdman went to Algona Tuesday evening, where they Installed Rebekah officers. Mrs. Robinson is Noble Grand of the local Rebekahs, Mrs. Erickson is Vice-Grand, Mrs. Erdman Is secretary-treasurer; Richard Smith is inside guardian; and Mrs. Smith is warden. The local officers were installed here lately. Mrs. Mary Bode, C.D.A. district deputy, assisted with the reception of five new members and one re-instatement at Algona Feb. 8. A 6:30 dinner preceded the ceremonies. Mrs. Mary Bode attended a county T.B. board meeting at the BUI Grupe home In Britt Feb. 12. Mrs. Bode is president of the county cancer society. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise of rural Wesley spent a recent week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kouskl at Des Moines. They made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Diane Ruth, who was born Jan. 27. Mrs. Kouski is the former Ruth Wise. The Wesleyans also visited another daughter, Gloria and husband, the James Bishops and Karla at Altoona. Music Dept. Of West Bend Hi Plans Program WEST BEND- West Bend High School music department will present a musical program entitled "The Sounds of Music" Feb. 23 at 7:30 p. m. Featured will be songs from Broadway, the movies and big swing bands, with the concert band, mixed chorus, girls' glee club, stage band and small groups participating. - o - ON DEAN'S LIST Mary E. Nessen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nessen, is on the Dean's List for the first semester at North Iowa Area Community College, Mason City. Miss Nessen achieved a 3.5 grade point average in 15 semester hours of academic work. To be on the Dean's List a 3-25 grade point is required, IS GRADUATE Bernadette Montag, daughter of the Raymond Montags, gradu- ated Feb. 3from Career Academy in Milwaukee, Wise, as a medical assistant. An honor student, she ranked third in a class of 100. Her parents and sister Dorothy attended the graduation exercises. - o CHILI SUPPER Wednesday evening, the West Bend Chamber of Commerce will serve a chili supper from 5 to 8 p. m. in the Rebekah hall. Proceeds will go to the new- West Bend Community Center. - o - SON WEDS Many folks from West Bend, including the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mogler, attended the wedding of Eula Heinold and Arthur Mogler at LaCrosse, Ind. Feb. 11. The newlyweds will live near West Bend on a farm. - o - Andrew Yoch, 92, returned home Feb. 9 from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he had been a medical patient since Dec. 23. Last Thursday 'evening the Lions Club of West Bend entertained their wives at dinner in the Lutheran church parlors. Cheryl Rae Dogotch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Dogotch, and a freshman at I.S.U., Ames, became an active member of Gamma Chapter, Kappa Phi, Feb. 10. Mrs. Leo Hanselman underwent major surgery Feb. 6 at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Harvey Mergen is a patient in Veteran's Hospital, Des Moines. Book Club met with Mrs. Lillian Mertz. Mrs. Joe Montag reviewed the book"AGallery of Dudes - The Making Of A President" by Mar shall Spr ague. Roll call was answered by 11 members. Mrs. Ida (A.C.) Allen of Dows, formerly a longtime West Bend resident, was named "Grandmother of the Year" by the Catholic sisters of St. Rose Convent in La Crosse, Wise. WASHINGTON; i : THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY - USED STEREOS-TV-RADIOS 21" Black and White Zenith TV Set $30 23" Black and White Combination TV, AM-FM Radio, Stereo Theatre, only one year old $225 19" Portable TV, 2 years old, with roll-out cart $65 23" RCA Victor TV, 1961 model $4Q 23" RCA Victor TV, 1962 model $50 -Motorola Portable Radio, Battery or AC $10 General Electric FM Receiver, one month old .. $10 Nova-Tech Aircraft Receiver $35 -NEW- • Claricon Tape Recorder, Reg. $44.95 $32 • Year End Special — RCA Tape Recorder. 3-spe«d, 4-track, 7-inch reel, Reg. $139.95 $109 O Lear Jet Stereo Auto Stereo, just one left, Reg. $129.95 — plus speakers $39.95 Tom's Radio & TV Phone 5-3260 RCA Sales & Service Algona Thursday, Friday & Saturday 1 noxzemg NOXZEMA LIQUID SKIN CREAM 77' NOXZEMA REGULAR SKIN CREAM reg. $1.00 reg. $1.00 ihoxzema. reg. $1.39 99' Complete Line of Noxzema Beauty Aids at Harrison's I NOXZEMA MEDICATED COLD CREAM reg. 89c C <?';4 '"* n^ 8 ' COlDWjM'j 68 hBrB-BiBm NOXZEMA'S NEW THERA-BLEM COVERGIRL reg $,50 ^^ POWDER I 24 COVERGIRL LIQUID MAKE-UP reg. $1.50 LADIES' & CHILDREN'S CANVAS OXFORDS white, black, blue per pr, 99 BOYS' WHITE WITH STRIPE TOP CREW SOX sizes 6-10!2, reg. $1.00 value 4 pr. 77 COVERGIRL CREAM MAKE-UP reg. $1.50 '124 , INTERIOR LATEX PAINT 30 colors 2 gal. '£88 , CHOCOLATE COVERED BRACK'S CHERRIES reg. 59c 47' HARRISON'S * ALGQNA'S LEADING VARIETY STORI *

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