The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1966 · Page 5
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AHimi, «•>) Vfff BH MMMt Timdjy, M>r 17,ItM Ex-Algonons Son To Wed Mnls. Girl, July 16 To Convention Planning to attend the Democratic State Convention at Veterans Auditorium in Des Molnes June 10-11 are Joe Straub, chairman of the Kossuth Central Committee, Ruth Hurlburt andMancil Hurlburt, Swea City; Leonard Larson, Armstrong; Helen Foley Lester G. Fuchsen, Mary Gengler, Whittemore; David Kollasch, Bode; Don Murray, Flora Bradley, Bancroft; Wilbur Merriam, LuVerne; Patrick Bradley, Burt; Raymond Steven, Corwith; Raymond Hertzke, Lft- kota; Ervin Kllnkslek, Ledyard; Leona Sinnwell, St. Joe; Ken Roethler, M. Joseph Bradley, Dr. Dan L. Bray, Kathleen McEnroe, Alfred Schenck, Joseph D. Bradley, Mary Straub, Gordon Winkel, Marie Penton, Imelda Engesser, Beryl Priebe and Lavon Lindhorst, Algona. Ignorance - When you don't know something and somebody finds it out. Farewell Party A farewell party will be held for Roger Hiemstra, county Extension associate, Tuesday, May 17, at 8:30 p. m. at the Extension office, with county 4-H officers in charge. All club leaders, 4-H members, Extension Council members and other interested persons are invited. Leaving Employ McCullough Funeral Chapel has announced that LeightonMis- baclt will be leaving their employ June 1. Mr. Misbach stated that he has no Immediate plans for the future and hopes to "take it easy" for a period of time. Minor Mishap A car driven by Rita Arndorfer, 22, Algona, sustained an estimated $75 damage when it struck a stop sign at the intersection of Nebraska and Dodge streets here at 6:50 p. m. Thursday. The auto was being backed from a parking place at the time. Mr. and Mrs. Clements Janisch. 4245 University Avenue North East, Columbia Heights, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Dianne Marie, to Richard M. Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray N. Besch, 6832 Fifth Avenue South, Richfield, Minn., formerly of Algona. Miss Janisch graduated from Columbia Heights high school. She is presently employed as a secretary at Schilling Travel Service in Minneapolis. Mr. Besch graduated from Benilde high school and Dunwoody Institute. He is employed by Prudential Insurance Company. A July wedding is planned. Algona C.D.A. Names Officers (••..jvj. ••• .- • ;•.; •- i- '•• • • t% .?"For New Year C. D. A. poetry contest winners and their mothers were guests at dinner of the court here, May 12. Winners were: seventh and eighth grade, Cathy Straub, Patrick Nugent and Jean Lappe; fourth, fifth and sixth grade, Jean Prothman, Joyce Goodman and Kathleey Murphy. The were each presented with a check. The following were rewarded a charm with an engraving from C. D. A. Georgia Leigh, Mary Hinken, Phyllis Penecost. Karen Higley and Jerome Boudewyns. Matilda Ristau presided at the regular meeting. It was announced a bake sale will be held June 4 with the members from A to L donating. New officers elected for the coming year are Matilda Ristau, grand regent; Mildred Winkel, vice regent; Bridget Smith, prophetess; Ruth Carman, financial secretary; Mary Jane Wolfe, historian; Susan Bear, treasurer; Cyrilla Sifert,monitor ; Mary Wiltgen, lecturer; Delores Winkel, organist; Fidelis Hibbs, sentinel. Trustees are; Three years- Judith Diekman and Carol Cotton; two year, Patrcia Gilbride and Luella Murphy; and one year, Patricia Watson and Irene Nitchals. Imelda Engesser was reappointed in charge of the pamphlet rack. Bridget Smith, Mildred Winkel and Alice Dole gave a brief talk on the State Convention at Sioux City.' Matilda Ristau also attended. The exhibit consisting of a complete first communion outfit for a boy and girl, sponsored by the Algona court won first Place at the convention.. The exhibit will now go to the National convention. Helen Mikes won tbe door prise and Minnie Schick the birthday cake. HERE'S SOMETHING... ,.. WORTH LOOKING INTO! A SIMPLIFIED SERVICE, OFFERED FREE, TO GIVE YOU A HAND WITH YOUR MONTHLY GAS BILLS - A GAS BUDGET PLAN WITH NO STRINGS ATTACHED! Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $ 5 $ 0 HERE IS HOW If WORKS: Amounts at left are dollars, and the months are shown across the top. The solid line portrays a month-by-month look at a John Doe gas bill. Total for the entire 12 months is ONLY $192 for heating, cooking, water heating and incinerating in this typical home. THE DASH LINE ACROSS THE GRAPH indicates what this satisfied GAS customer would pay each month, IF on the BUDGET P LAN. Instead of paying bills ranging from $28 in Feb. to $3 in June, July and August, the customer pay* $16 each month, year around, with no peak highs and lows I THIS GAS BUDGET PLAN CAN HELP YOU, JUST AS IT HAS MANY OF OUR CUSTOMERS IN RECENT YEARS! AND HERE'S HOW: Ifs convenient - you pay the same amount each month with an easy-to-remember payment schedule. It levels the larger winter bills and very small spring, summer and fall bills — with the average for all 12 months your monthly payment. Your statement each month shows your exact balance — and the account is balanced once each year, on your May billing, with the first budget payment each year on the June billing. Helps budget your money the year around and softens your winter load of bills which always seem to add up due to necessary other winter needs for your family. You always take advantage of the monthly discount — paying the net and NOT the gross bill if paid by the 20th. THIS BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN IS NOW AVAILABLE TO ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS I ANYONE WISHING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT SHOULD CONTACT OUR OFFICE BEFORE MAY 30 - AS YOU CAN ENROLL ONLY AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. _

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