The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1966 · Page 13
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Algono, (|g.) Upper D M Moines Tuesday, July 26, 1966 Class Of '51, LuVerne High Held Reunion The class of 1951 of LuVerne high school held a reunion and picnic at the LuVerne town park Sunday, July 10, and was a real event. The class consisted of 10 boys and 7 girls, and 12 attended with families. Not present were Virginia Patterson, Lyell Holmes, Edna Kunkel, Mary Annd Loerwald, Mary Lou Froehlich, and Harlan Schneider, but messages were received from all but Harlan. Present were Dwight Sorensen, Cedar Rapids; Rita Larimer Miller and Jerald Miller, Sargant, Minn., Bill Varton, Fort Dodge; James Fett, Jerry Wolf, Marion Casey, LuVerne; Richard Thomas, St. Paul, Minn., Irene Wegner Dufel, Manhatten Beach, Calif.; Guy Giddings, Jr., Algona; Nancy Will, Mrs. Marion Larson, Hardy. The Bryce Wicketts, LuVerne, teacher, spent the afternoon with them. Robt. Diekmann Honored For Insurance Sales Robert C. Diekmann, Algona, special agent of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., was cited July 25 for outstanding life insurance sales, among the company's more than 2500 agents coast-to-coast, during the 196566 agents' honor year. He is associated with the William C. Zimmerman district agency, Spencer, of the Dean M. Kerl general agency, Sioux City. Diekmann achieved membership in the Marathon Club for the second time. An agent attains membership in the Marathon Club by insuring 100 or more people during the agents' year. Bob Waldera Of Algona Is Wed July 4 In a ceremony performed July 4 in the chapel at Ft. Monmouth, N. J., Shirlee Yvonne Adams became the bride of SFC Robert G. Waldera in a 12 o'clock nuptial mass. Father DeSantis officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Bertha Reynolds, Albion, Pa., and the late Robert Adams. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera, Algona. Nancy Wyatt was bridesmaid and Lt. Harold Amfahr, longtime friend of the groom, was best man. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Aimer Boyles, wore . a floor-length gown with square neckline and the traditional lily- point sleeves. The gown featured a skirt of many tiers of chantiUy lace with an overskirt of nylon and silk organza which was complimented by the rosettes of lace around the hemline. The skirt flowed into a slight train. Her ballerina length veil of imported silk illusion was attached to a pearl-studded crown. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink and white feathered carnations entwined with fern. A dinner and reception were held following the ceremony at the N. C. O. club for 50 guests. The bride is a graduate of Northwestern High School, Albion and St. Vincent's Hospital School of Nursing, Erie, Pa. She also spent three years in the W. A. C.'s, being stationed at Ft. Monmouth as a Sgt., where she is an x-ray technician. The groom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and is an instructor at Ft. Monmouth. They are at home at Eatontown, N. J. Mrs. R. G. Waldera, Algona, and Lt. and Mrs. Thomas L. Waldera and daughter, Shelly, Ft. Benning, Ga., were present. Market Swine Show Entries Are Invited The Emmet County Agricultural Show is sponsoring an area Market Swine Show Monday evening August 15, 1966, open to residents of Emmet, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Clay, & Dickinson counties, Iowa and Jackson and Martin Counties, Minnesota. The purpose of the show is to increase interest in and knowledge about the breeding and feeding of high quality meat type hogs marketed at the most desirable weight and with a degree of finish that will best satisfy the discriminating consumer. Each exhibitor must be at leat ten years old and will be limited to showing one pen of two market hogs. A $1.00 per head entry fee will be charged and must be paid with the entry. All entries are to be made with Andrew Graff, Fair Secretary, Estherville, Iowa. All entries are due no later then August 10, 1966. One pig will be shown in a live class and one pig will be shown in a carcass class live and then slaughtered for the carcass contest. All carcass class pigs meeting requirements of 29" long and less than 1.6' backfat will be measured for carcass contest. There will be two trophies and $230.00 prize money. Rules and Regulations and entry blanks may be picked up at most Hog buying stations and feed stores or write to Andrew Graff, Fair Secretary, Estherville, Iowa or Richard Solberg, Armstrong, Iowa and a copy will be sent to you. Cancer Society Has Christmas Card Offer Announcement is made by the Iowa division of the American Cancer Society of the immediate availability of a "Navajo Madonna" holiday greeting card. Design for the card was contributed by Ted DeGrazia, famed artist. It features the Madonna in a white dress, with a scarlet shawl. The Child is wrapped in a purplish banket, She is portrayed as a Navajo, with Her dark hair in braids, while the hair of the child, also dark, is clipped. Cards are available in return for a cancer control contribution, with credit going to the local chapter. For each box of ten cards and envelopes, the contribution should be a minimun of $3. The Iowa Division stresses that it is not in the greeting card Business. These cards are being provided, however, in return for generous contributions in support of the society's programs of research, education and service. The division pays for the cards in addition to the cost of shipping charges from New York City, and must underwrite the costs of repackaging and distributing cards in Iowa. The success of the program will depend on the ability of division chapters to solicit much larger contributions than $3 for boxes of the cards. County chapters will receive Crusade credit for contributions. South Kossuth Crusade Chairman is Mrs. Lyle R. Anderson, Algona. A.O.K. Met A sewing workshop was held July 9th, at the Extension club rooms by the Algona A. O. K. club. 20 members were present. Mrs. Joe Loebach, a committee woman, was present for advice on sewing problems. Mrs. Ed Adams was a guest. She demonsrated to each girl the .proper way of walking for the coming Style Dress Revue. Judy Taphorn gave a talk on foundation garments. The local Achievement Show will be held July 28. Judging will begin at 4 o'clock with a program for the families at 7:30 that evening. Hostesses were: Misty Lloyd and Dorothy Frideres. Leaders are Doris McEvoy and Theresa Berger. Recent baptisms in St. Joe's Catholic Church ST. JOE-Ceorge Thomas McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McGuire, born on July 1, was baptized on Saturday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, with Mrs. Mike Schmit, Algona, and John Mc- Gui^e, St. Joe, as sponsors. Blane Alan Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Becker. born on July 3, was baptized in St. Joseph's Church on Sun• day by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Becker as sponsors. . A McGuire family reunion and gathering was held on Sunday here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGurie with over 80 in attendance. Sister M. Adeline, OSF, Mary of the Angels, Dubuque; Brother Donald, St. Benedicts, -Atchinson, Kansas; and Mrs. Jay Nemo, and family, Guttenberg, attending from a distance. Mr. and Mrs. McGuire are the parents of four daughters and ten sons and have 50 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weckworth, Cibola Trailer Court, Messa, Arizona, were Saturday afternoon and overnight guests here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, leaving on Sunday morning for a visit with relatives and friends in Minn., their former home. Mr. and Mrs. Weck- .worth are operators of the Cibola •Trailer Court where John Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, lives. Irvington Ideals The Irvington Ideals met July 16 at Wesley with Lynn Klein as hostess. Plans for Achievement Day, County Demonstration Day and a club picnic were discussed. A demonstration, "Nothing to Wear" was given by Kathy Bernhard and Debra Youngwirth. A talk "Care of the Teeth" was given by Barbara Meyer. The Irvington Ideals will hold their Achievement Day meeting on Friday, July 29, at the Extension office meeting room. At I..S.U. Orientation Dave Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin of Algona, has been attending an orientation course at Iowa State College. He is enrolled for the next term in the College of Science and Humanities. Whittemore 4-H Selling Signs On Tuesday evening, July 12, the Whittemore Boys 4-H club met at the Whittemore Legion Hall. , The main topic discussed was the selling of the Slow Moving Vehicle signs by the club as a community project. The members will sell these signsthrough the cooperation of the Whittemore Elevator. Lunch was served by the Henry Haag's and the Bob Walker's FISHING Terry Cook, 15, and Rick Duhn, 13, of Spirit Lake had 26 Bluegills to show off when they returned from an hour of fishing recently on East Okoboji Lake. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? don smrtH In the Upper Des Moines each week! It's full of many bits of this and that, gleaned from everyday life by a staff of one. (Ad prepared by Don Smith who demanded, and got, equal space with Drew Pearson) POWER MOWER CLOSEOUT! ' * ' * 'This Big Bear Mower Special is subject to stock on hand. I Priced outright, no trade-in needed. 22" Rotary, 3-h.p. Briggs & Stratton ___$32.88 22" Rotary, Self-Propelled 3^-h.p $42.88 21" Rotary, Front Drive Self-Propelled —$63.88 24" Rotary, Riding Mower .$119.00 Vxf>\ 1009 NO. MAIN ALGONA

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