The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1966 · Page 2
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Plaque Awarded Local Firm Algonn , Mordi 22,1966 Thfi City, Iowa, /jntek wa« evening, March 10, Holy Family Auditorium, I* — tt* aew "pfctey gr»T tread VCfC wwsbd M 7il5 p. », ij the view of » Mffie»se of MK 700 gw«U. . . , our »taff it olwoy* ready to give you fost jcrvice on your request for a Personaf Loan. Whenever you need money for a worthwhile purpote, tee ut for a low-cost Personal Loan. 1 E. STATE STREET • ALGONA - TdL 295-2487 (rfrfruie. odk. /^jjutesuuja. £AS FEASCBCQ - Joe Bradley E-gnganeat, wsr toiler in Algon*. was rsean£tr designated as a member a! ins l&£5 president's amm- Conns!! a! CEresr Corporatiaii,CSiiEag&-iBis&fli2rm and industrial agmprngni sobsisliarT ofWcite Motor plague in reengmtiogi rf Its achievement. Only 400 dealers m fie entire Pmfcd grai^ -were so .Bonorei Walter Bradley and ME wife, represented fbe dealersirip at fie Sail Frazeisso meeting, Feb. 27-March 2. S. W. Weirs, Jr., presides! of GSrrer, presented th* laeal (teatorchfr. wjfii j, haoasoutt engraved for momViPrsbJp JQ fi Honor Council reqnired fee gfiTqT?Ti>ant ol pre- deisriifiiRd goals. Alitoop based primarilv on sales vnhriTHr and eoBeciiaos in 19*55 cranpared to 1964, White noted ftref a dealer mnstnecessarilT an areas of soood bosinsss managBmait adders iness goals. tower We will be most happy to fill your gas and motor oil needs — Direct-to-Farm Delivery. Lorraine Krocht Of Armstrong Is Engaged SWEA-EAGLE - Mr. and Mrs. Ariimr Eracai, ArmstrtH^, anir- fife e^agemfint of Sfg{y Lorraine Kay to , RnsseD dark m, eon of Mr. and Mrs. BnsseQ Cliot, been set lor fife w&tkiing. Miss Kraefat > asemctratTaria& Ctintgt, Tariio,MD^ is majoring in Mstor}-, and Mr. Clark, also a senior at Tarido, is a pey- cboilogy major. - o- Mrs. Danny Peterson left ivo joiD ner nitRtanri, who is at FP:! Sam Housttffi, Texas. Danuy Is in fr go&sts at fcs nom& of ner parents, the Cecil Thoresons. Jerry l^tompsac s^«»nt ins quarter break at the home of Ms parents, tne Wayne Th"™i- sons. Jern is a junior at Iowa State CoB&ge at Ames, majoring in cnemistry a^ pr&— med. Guests at the *>rm? of Mrs. Lacy Lafstraai recenSy were ner cousiii and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Barold Melz of EieitraUe, M)rm. Ttej and Mr. and Mrs. Huge Melz of BnfMo Center and Alfred and A"^»P* Melz of Lafcnra were Monday evening visitors at fee Chnp at pnffaln Center. Kennett Brones took bis fatter, Jay Bro&es to couple wfD live in Sac Mrs. Peterscc bac been living in Es&terviBe, wiiert Bbe nas been emjioyed at MorrelL Eagle Boys 4-H Club conducted a bake sale on Saturday, March 19. Mrs. Carl LoMrom entertained Mr. and Mrs. Elmer and family Of and Alfred and August Melz, also of Lakota, Sunday erening. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Rahmam> of Cedar Bapitte were recent to tne name of a danehter, Mrs. William Brihiran. Mr. Brooes had been at tne Andrew Brones home lor the past three weeks. He will "«»vc an extended star at toe William Buhmazi name. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tnore- BOE became the parents of a daughter, Teresa Kay, Feb. 25, at tae Holy Family hospital at E&tnerviUfe. Tne baby weigned B Has., 9 ot. &e has a sister, L1nd», ? Fears of age, and a brother, CLair, 5. Grandparents are tne Lloyd Thoresoas and the John Carlgfms 1 apH great. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hffngnu ynd Mrs. Chris* tine Tfloresoa, ArmstroQg. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Torine, Mr. and Mrs. FTnfl Larson and Mrs. Walter Peterson attended the 50& wedding observance for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith, £s- ihemHe. Sapper guests at the Gene Thompson home were the Deti- mer Tnompsons, ErereiiErick- sons and family and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Thompson. The birthdays of Deitmer Thompson and Mr. E. E. Thompson were observed, with the elder Mr. Thompson celebrating bis 94$ on March E. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr recently went iofioenesierwfcere Mrs, Carr bad a medical checkup at the Mayo rninip, Swea-Rarrison Homemakers met Tuesday, Mar. 15, at the home of Mrs. Laurel Peterson. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson and Mrs. Emfl Larson reported on the extension lesson. Win Honors In Hoirstyling School Contest adrley A. Wellendorf, Ellen Snider, Marsha Miller of AigmKi and Patricia Erpelding of Lu- Verne, rtnrtents of Cosmetology received honorable mention for their creative hair styles at frp 13tb anmia) student hair United custom designed Oil FINEST MOTOR OIL OBTAINABLE — Can be used in gasoline or diesel, cars or trucks MS— 05 SERVICE Mid-Continent Oil gal. 65c In 30-gallon Drums * * Viking H. D. Oil gal. 85c In 30-g«llon Drums All gasoline and fuel oil of the highest quality and Delivered Direct to us from the Great Lakes Pipeline at dear Lake! •i-1 in i n n- •Mill MM i H.||| CALL 5-3749 i in in1111n H n n 111 Viking Oil Co. ROY STOFFEL, Owner "W* »iv* King K«rn A Gold Bend Stamps"

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