The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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Thundoy, May 26, 1966 SHOWER HONOR Dianne Kuhlmann, whose marriage to Albert L. Fish Jr., took place Saturday even- Ing, May 7, in the First Baptist church, Algona, was given a miscellaneous shower April 15 at the Bill Fett home of LuVerne. Hostesses were Mrs. Bill Fett, Mrs. John Helleseth, Mrs. Richard Marks, and Mrs. Jack Shipman. The honoree was assisted with gifts by Mrs. Clinton Godden and Mrs. Jack Niewald. Mrs. Jack Shipman was the master of ceremonies and games were played. Another shower was given for Mrs. Fish at the Legion hall April 27. Hostesses were Mrs-. Clinton Godden, Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann, Mrs. Jane Grisham, Mrs. Ardyth Thomason, Mrs. Casey Loss, and Mrs. James Wildin. Mrs. Dean Mittlieder had charge of the guest Nxik. Mrs. Casey Loss announced the program which consisted of a style show performed by the hostesses and Jan Estberg. Prizes were won by Mrs. Albert Fish and Theresa Thilges. Dianne was assisted by Mrs. Clinton Godden and Donna, Jan Estberg and Kathy Kuhlmann in the opening of the gifts. Mrs. Casey Loss poured. Another shower was held in honor of Dianne by the ladies of the First Baptist church, April 29 at the home of Wayne Keith. Hostesses were Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mrs. Don Sparks, Mrs. Wm. Geering, Mrs. Cliff Riebhoff, Mrs. Paul Richardson, Mrs. Clarence Priebe, Mrs. Ron Bitz and Mrs. Clyde Priebe. A reading was given by Mrs. Leonard Maasdam and devotions were led by Mrs. Don Sparks. Assisting with gifts were Mrs. Clinton Godden and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann. A luncheon for 22 guests was held by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish following the wedding rehearsal May 6 at Van's Cafe. Pastor Mack Carlson of the Firsf Baptist church accompanied thu group and gave thanks for the luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish Jr., were pleasantly surprised May 15 at the Wilma Kuhlmann residence in Algona by a charivari group of twenty-five. The newlyweds treated the group to a luncheon later in the evening at the Chrome Cafe. - o BRIDGE WINNERS The Wednesday bridge club of Algona Country Club met May 18 with hostesses Mrs. W. E. Hawcott and Mrs. Fred Kenti Sr. Winners were Mesdames Frank Zender, John Kohlhaas and Gene Murtagh. Hostesses for the May 25 meeting will be Mrs. W. C. Irelan and Mrs. John Dole. - o - TOASTMASTERS MET At the May 23 meeting of the Toastmasters club, James Schubbe presided. Maurice Givens will preside at the May 30 meeting. At the last meeting the Algona club had as guests members from Mason City and Ft. Dodge. Among the group was Everett Baldus, now living at Ft. Dodge. Roger Hiemstra, Adm. VP, will go to Mason City this THURS. - FRI. - SAT. MAY 26 - 27 • 28 LGONAl I DANA ANDREWS has to tnrarg«r'cMi«i he's not No.1 SUN. thru WED. MAY 29-30-31 -JUNE 1 ALGONA CONmNUOUS SHOWS SUN. 1:36 - MAT. MON. 1=30 BIG JIM COLE HAD COME TO STAY and nobody but nobody was going to push him off the lint hunk of land he'd ever tilled his own! fall and will be in school working on his M. A. degree. M. L. VanderWaal has been elected to replace him. The May "Toastmaster" named Midland, Tex. as Toastmaster Town of the Month. Dr. Richard Norton, son of Milton Norton and his late wife Flora, resides here. - o- NEED ADDRESS The class of 1926 is having a reunion and the address of Lyle Stebbins is wanted. His family, the Clarence Stebbins moved to Good Thunder, Minn, several years ago. Anyone knowing his address please contact Mrs. Alma Pearson. - o - FAMILY GATHERING M rs. Wilma Kuhlmann and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish, Jr., visited Mrs. Louise Fish at Wesley last Thursday. Others they called on were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Armstrong and Pat Fish. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Kuhlmann were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann. Robert is a brother of Mrs. Fish, the former Dianne Kuhlmann. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Kuhlmann visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish at Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Niewald at Ft. Dodge. Sunday a family dinner was held at Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden's, brother-in-law and sister of Dianne. Monday, Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Kuhlmann took Mr. Fish to Des Moines where he took a plane to San Diego, Calif, to join his service company. - o GUILD CIRCLE The 6:30 Guild Circle of the United Presbyterian Women met Monday and apot-luck supper was served. Hostesses were Mrs. Marc Moore and Mrs. Esther Barton. Devotions were given by Mrs. Homer Clark and the program was in charge of Elna Easter. Tuesday, May 24 at 7:30 the Memorial committee will meet in the Fireside room. Mrs. Donald Chiquet, Mrs. Al Agena and Mrs. William Finn are heads of the committee. - o OLEVA MATHEIS, El Cajon, Calif., is visiting at the home oi her sister, Mrs. Alma Pearson, here for the next three weeks. REV. AND Mrs. Newton Coughenour will join a group of conference delegates to be held in London, England Aug 1726. The delegates will visit Methodist mission stations which will include Hawaii, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, India, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordon,- Isreal, Greece and England. Rev. and Mrs. Coughenour will be meeting friends whom they met when he was an exchange pastor in Epsom, England in 1952. REASONABLE PRICES, good service, and quality printing, are trademarks of The Upper' Des Moines Pub. C«. in Algona. LEGALS NOTICE OF INCORPORATION This notice is hereby given by the undersigned that we have incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 496A of the 1962 Code of Iowa, assuming all of the powers, rights and privileges granted therein and all of the duties and obligations imposed by the laws of Iowa. The name of the corporation is KOSSUTH COUNTY CAR WASH, INC. The corporation shall commence on the date on which the Secretary of State issues the certificate of incorporation and shall continue perpetually. The corporation shall have unlimited power to engage in and do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful businesses for which corporations may be organized under the laws of Iowa. The authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be $15,000 divided into 150 shares of common stock, each having a par value of $100. The registered office of this corporation shall be located at 219 West State Street, Algona, Iowa, and the initial registered agent at this address shall be Cecil Cox. The names and addresses of the directors as designated in the Articles of Incorporation are Cecil Cox, 219 West State Street, Algona, Iowa, Michael Frankl, Irvington, Iowa, Ronald Frar.W, Irving ton, Iowa. Dated this 19th day of April, 1666, at Algona, Iowa, Cecil Cox Incorporator Michael Frankl Incorporator "NlfcHt GF TH6 G&I22LY" STARTS SUNDAY, ALGONA THEATRE HARMONY AND CLOSENESS IS FIERCELY CHALLENGED far •n intruder of the forest in Paramount*! Pictures' "The Nlirht Of I£ e C jd*f.' r » filmed In Technicolor and Techniscope and •tarrinu Clint Walker and Martha Hrer, A bitting adventure film with ex- dtement and drama, "The Night Of The Grizzly" i* a film •pedfically created for family fare. It'« a wholeaome and fasclnat- Ing tale of a family's •tragglei againit the element* of nature in an untamed wilderness. Many Wesleyans attended the funeral of Art Rosenmeyer 70, at the St. Benedict Catholic church Friday morning. He died suddenly of a heart attack. The Larry Youngwirths and Jde Krieps entertained a group of relatives Thursday evening in the Krieps home, honoring Jocelyn Krieps and Mary Youngwirth who had been confirmed that morning. The guests were Mrs. Helen Youngwirth, Luke Youngwirths, Tom Forburgers and Al Erpeld- ings. Branklln Bode's had as their Thursday evening dinner guests in honor of Mike and Tom who were confirmed that morning, the LeRoy Grandgenetts and the Merle Loss's. Mrs. Louisa Fish and the Floyd Armstrongs had as their supper guests one evening last week Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish Jr. and her mother Mrs. Wilma Kuhlman of Algona. Mrs. Fish accompanied them to the airport in Des Moines where Albert Fish left by plane for the naval base at San Diego, Calif. He will serve aboard the U. S. S. Perkins. His wife will continue her work in the Iowa State Bank in Algona. Confirm 43 In Ceremony At Wesley WESLEY - Forty Three pupils . of St. Joseph's parochial school, and several adults, were confirmed Thursday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Bishop Greteman. All the students were given a free day Friday. The 8th grade pupils who plan to attend Garrigan next year went to Algona to be measured for uniforms Friday. The freshmen of Garrigan also had a free day Friday earned by the largest sale of tickets to the carnival which was held last fall. They had their annual picnic at Call Park, Algona Thursday afternoon Friday was skip day for the seniors. - o - WESLEY CONSTRUCTION The Richard Hammonds are adding a bathroom, utility room new entry and new heating and water system to their house in the north part of town. The new Charles Nelson house is well under construction, also in the north part of Wesley, near the Norbert Hilbert home. The three women are Eisenbacher sisters. - o Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening in Al's Lounge. The Wesley Wizards 4-H club met May 8th at the Hugh Lickteig home with Wendy Lickteig as hostess. They discussed the Summer Camp. Bessie Skow gave a talk on "Color and Design For You." Kathy Skow gave a demonstration on "Putting in hems." Maria Cink gave a demonstration on "Using sewing tools." A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Lickteig. Mrs. Justine Becker called on her aunt Mrs. Elizabeth Weydert Saturday to extend her greetings on her 90th birthday. Mrs. Weydert lives with Mrs. Adeline Wagner in St. Joe. THURSDAY and FRIDAY "Secret Agent Fireball" - 7:0010:00. "Spy In Your Eye" - 8:39. SATURDAY - "Secret Agent Fireball"- 1:30- 7:00- 10:00"Spy In Your Eye" - 3:09 - 8:39. SUNDAY - "Night Of The Grizzley" - 1:30- 3:36- 5:427:48 - 9:54. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Night Of The Grizzley" - 7-009:06. NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS r Nationally Famous HYATT I00(je Where Old-World Innkeeping Hospitality is Revived Everything you ever imagined. Everything you expect is provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at the !J[EW Hyatt Lodge — Large Decorator-Designed Luxury. .Rooms. King-Size Beds. Individually i Room- Controlled Year-Around "as yotl liKe it"'Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest TV and Radio.'Excellent Food, Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cockjpji^ounge, Northwest's Finest Automatic Bowling (32 lanes), Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers. Sports Attractions and Theaters. Minutes to Downtown—Easily Accessible to International Airport!and Metropolitan Stadium. For Rnervitioru, Wire, Write or Phone 612-544-3681 or ConUct Your Ncireit Hjritt Lodge, Hyitt Chalet Motel, or Hyitt House Hotel. HYATT the HYATT LODGE 8625 Wayziti Blvd. (Hwy. 12) Minneapolis, Minn. 55426 Across From GENERAL MILLS .MAIN OFFICES FREE Write for Color Brochure and I Things to Do ana See in Minneapolis." ADDRESS. ||_C:TY STATE Pc-.:iac Motor Division We've just had our best sales month in 40 years. Somebody somewhere must be buying a lot of Pontiacs, See your authorized Pontiac dealer. He's trying to make May even better than April! SCHULTZ BROS. • South Phillip. St., Algona, Iowa Mrs. Justine Becker and Bob attended the wedding of Donald Becker of St. Joe and Sandra Weber of Humboldt In St. Marys Catholic church in Humboldt Saturday morning May 14. They attended the dinner and reception which was held In the Legion hall there. St. Joseph's Guild met Tuesday evening, May 17. A work meeting was held before the meeting when a large group of women rolled bandages. Many have made hospital compresses and gowns. Two complete layettes were made and displayed . These things are to be sent to the missions and to the leper colonies. Following the business meeting, when it was announced the date for the annual turkey dinner was tentatively set for September 11, Father Phillips showed slides and talked about his trip to Europe last year. The nuns were special guests and they and Mrs. Mary Bluml were presented cash gilts. Mrs. Bluml who has been housekeeper at the parish house has purchased a home in Carroll and plans to leave soon. Lueffie Hirner's name was drawn for door prize*. Lou Ricke and Leo Hanlg have been recent medical patients In the Britt hospital. Vic Loeblg Is a heart paHenf In ffie hospital. The three cub scout dens rf>st Tuesday evening May 17 'in the City park where some exciting baseball was played and where toasted marshrriallows were devoured . Twenty-two boys attended as did four den mothers. They v/ere the Mesdames, David Roquet, Rollln Heard, Rich Reiling and Earl Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Koppen, Jeffrey and Jennifer attended the wedding of her sisler , .Mary Lea Renger and Eugene ( rlaig Saturday, May 14 In St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, and the reception at the Johnson House in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. Osmus of Crystal Lake, Illinois was a Friday May 13 overnight guest In the Bill Koppen home. They attended the wedding of their niece, .Mary Lea Renger on Saturday. . MONDAY, TUES. - WED. MY 30 • 31 . 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