The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona Cheerleaders At Indiana Camp The Algona high school cheerleading squad spent an exciting week at the Smith-Walbridge Midwest Cheerleading Camp at Syracuse, Ind. At Smith-Walbridge they participated in Cheerleading, dance routines, and pep rallies. Pictured are Rose Mino, Sandy Harmes, Marne Parrott and Barb Knudsen, kneeling. Classes were conducted by the staff of Lawrence Herkimer who is the head of the National Cheerleading Association. Kathryn Weber, high school physical education teacher, is also attending the camp with the girls • Mission Fair Of Lutherans Will Get t-V Time FENTON - Watch for television appearances of several area residents. Rev. Walter C. Ostermeier of West Bend will appear on the Regional Spotlight program with Chuck Pasek on June:' J6 at 6:25 p.m. on KEYC Channel 12, Mankato. Appearing on the Eve's Kitchen program on June 16 at 4 p.m. KQTV, Channel 21, Fort Dodge, will be Mrs. Eugene .Meyer, Burt, who will highlight the coming Mission Fair. William Hantelman, Fenton, father of Susan Hantelman, missionary nurse in Nigeria will show a replica of Eket Hospital and an African villiage. Mrs. Duane Lieb, Lone Rock, Mrs. Emil Ollenberg, Ventura, and Mrs. Glen .Schultz, Bode will model costumes native to the countries they will represent at the Mission Fair. On KGLO TV Channel 3, Mason City on June 23, at 3:30-p.m. Rev. L. G. Leonard of. Garner will speak. Mr. Rueben Grell will show her doll collection and Mrs. James Meyer will tell of the work of her brpther-in- .law Rev. Meyer missionary to the Phillipines. The Mission Fair' will tkke place 'at St. Pauls Lutheran Church at Whittemore on June 18 and 19 and at St. Pauls "Lutheran Church at Garner on June 25 and 26. Mrs. Bob Anderson, Shawn, Amy and Marc, Ashland, Ohio, are visitors in the home of Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mary and Barbara. Enroute here, Mrs. Anderson and family were Tuesday overnite guests with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Neppl, in Iowa City. Mrs. John Thul entertained her 500 club on Wednesday, with Mrs. Eugene Thul as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs Eugene Thul, Mrs. Tony Becker and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell. Mrs, Tony Becker entertains the club July 7. Susie Naber, Spirit Lake, was guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann this week while Msgr. George Theobald was on a northern Minn, fishing trip. Msgr. Theobald, former pastor here in St. Joseph's Parish, is retired and June 26 will observe his golden jubilee in St. Mary's church, Mapleton, with a mass of Thanksgiving at 11 o'clock. Rev. William B. Devine spent his vacation this week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Devine. Father Devine, Fort Dodge, will be chaplain at tha Marion Home in Fort Dodge and the reformatory at Rock- weircity. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher will attend the golden jubilee observance of a sister, Sister M. Electa, Perpetual Adoration Convent, LaCrosse, Wise. , July 18. Father Blase, Anadarko, Okla., brother of Father Schumacher and Sister M. Electa, will be celebrant for the mass with other priest-relatives of the golden and silver Jubilarians participating. Kevin Robert Kirsch, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirsch, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacherj Sponsors were Mrs. Raymond Thilges and Ralph Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding attended the State Democratic Convention in Des'Moines Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sinnwell remained till Sunday to visit their daughter, Connie. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Capesius and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Streit from here and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker, Livermore, left Sunday for a fishing trip to northern Minn. Susan nig, 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman nig, came home Saturday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been an appendectomy patient the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding entertained the Illg families in their home at a family reunion and also for their daughter Sharon, 1966 Garrigan High School graduate, Sunday. Rosa Lee Illg, daughter of Mrs. Rosalie Illg, is attending summer school at Iowa State U. Rosa Lee attended Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, the past year and transferred to Ames. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Nich Eischen, St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Becker, Bancroft, were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding. Silver Wedding Honors For Swea City Pair SWEA & EAGLE - About 60 relatives joined Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. L.irsen the morning of Memorial Day for a brunch, following services at Reynolds Park, at Swea City, In honor of the couple's 25th wedding anniversary. The observance was held at the Larsen home and was sponsored by the children, Miss Carmen Larsen. Manitowoc, Wise., Miss Caryl Larsen, Northfield, Minn., and James and Julie at home. Harvey C. Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, and Myrtle Evelyn Holcomb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Holcomb, Were married at the home of her father, May 30, 19-11, with his brother, Dorf, now of Miami, Florida, and Mildred Thoreson (Mrs. George King of Council Bluffs) as attendants. Hev. Bary was the offlcating Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson and Walter O'Green were vocalists at the wedding. Ruth Wallentine Fenema, a niece of Mrs. Larsen registered guests in the original wedding euest book. Moving To Minn. BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dudding and family will be moving from Bancroft to make their new home in Tracy, Minn., where they have rented a house. Mr. Dudding is the new cattle seller for the Central Livestock Co. He formerly was in the trucking business in Bancroft. Thurtday, June 16, 1966 Algofta (la.) Upper Oil Molriii-S Bake Sale The Algona A. 0. K. 4-H Club Is having a bake sale June 18 at the Fareway store at 10 a. m. REASONABLE PRICES, tervice, and qaaiity printing ftre trademarks of Ifo Vpptt tots Motfiet Fob. Co. la AlfoHft. FITs KING HELPFUL HINTS for FATHER'S DAY Carton Cigarettes Tobacco Lighters Pipe Racks Humidors Pipes Boxed Cigars Pouches .•> • / • Ash Trays ALSO Chocolates Shaving Supplies Magazines "No changes here — just the same old friendly service" The SMOKE SHOP ALGONA , This auger thrives on working in tight, congested areas! is Stan-Hoist 33-loot auger will reach as high as competitive 4Mooiers Big statement . . . you bet! But then a Stan-Hoist Auger is better. You can get closer to buildings, closer tp cribs. A shorter Stan-Hoist Auger will reach those openings easier and better than a bigger, longer competitive auger! So, why spend more for an auger than you have to! Buy Stan-Hoist, You'll also like Stan-Hoist Augers'channel "U" box structure •under auger tube for greatest support. 8-foot corn screen is optional. Lengths from 33 to 53 feet. Sealed self-aligning bearings throughout the drive shaft. AH galvanized drive shaft won't rust and stick. Auger tube is welded, seamless galvanized. PUT A 6-INCH OR 8-INGH STAN-HOIST AUGER TO WORK FOR YOU I We'll FATHER'S DAY IS THIS SUNDAY ..the Wondersole. by All Sizes, 6Va's- 13's A's - EEE's Demonstrate Co// us todayl JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. AlOONA Phone 295*2421 They call it the Wondersole, by Roblee, and it's recognized ns an exciting excursion into foot comfort. You'll "feel" why immediately after you step into this dramatically shaped sole. Take our word for it, this is a completely new fit sensation—a startling step forward from Roblee. And it is styled with the softest, moit supple calfskin uppers avail. BROWN kili SHOE STORE ALGQNA, IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET ANOTHER LOCAL FARMER TAKES ADVANTAGE OF THERMOGAS ECONOMICAL POWER SHOWN ABOVE WITH HIS TWO THERMOGAS POWERED LP TRACTORS IS JIM Ftll, WhU FARMS TWO MILES WEST OF CORWITH. MR. FETT' PURCHASED FROM BUSCHER BROS. OF ALGONA A MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE UB LP GAS TRACTO'R IN 1962, AND AN MM 445 LP THIS SPRING. HIS SATISFACTION WITH HIS FIRST LP TRACTOR LED HIM TO THE PURCHASE OF THE SECOND. Jim says: "As I was installing a Thermogas furnace I decided to try a Therrnogas powered LP tractor as well. I had visited with some friends who had LP's and was impressed 1 with their enthusiasm for that type fuel. I can say I'm very happy with the economy I receive, both in fuel» costs and upkeep, and would certainly recommend the fine Thermogas service and LP tractors to anyone wishing to keep their operating costs down." CHANCES ARE YOU'LL S WITCH TO A THERMOGAS POWERED TRACTOR ONE OF THESE DAYS . . , WHY NOT DO IT NOW? Thermogas Of Algona So, Phillip; St, Where you glwayj get "BLUE CARPET" Service I NOTHING INTERRUPTS YOUR THiRMQGAS SERVICE Ph. 295-2841

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