The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Algeria, (la.) Upper Dti Maine* Tuesday, August 16, 1966 Orioles Share American Loop 84 Ytart Young Mrs. Mary Dole was honored at a party in observance of her 84th birthday Tuesday. GUests included Mrs. Oswald Thilges, Connie and Brian, Maureen Thilges, Mrs. Chester Harmon and Mary Jane> Mrs. Charles Harmon and children, Mrs. Richard Harmon, Mrs. Carl Brown, all of Algona, Mrs. Dennis Miller, Jay and Keith, of West Bend, Mrs. Clarence Green, Bancroft, Mrs. Walter Mescher, Burt. HOBBYIST Thomas C. Ross of Coral- vllle, formerly of Montezuma, three years ago started building his own biplane in his garage. Today Tom is successfully test flying his plane at the Iowa City airport. The plane is a one-seater, has a cruising speed of 120 miles per hour and can fly four hours without refueling. INVINCIBLE METAL FUR* NITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Molnes Pnb. Co. The Orioles finished fast and wound up in a first place tie for the championship in the American Little League here. They posted a 6-2 mark and were co-champions with the Tigers. Squad members are shown here. They are, front row, left to right, Gordon Schenck, John Kunkel, Pat Murphy, Tim McEnroe, Steve Ostwinkle, Steve Arend, Bill Boudewyns, Randy Buscher and Dean Kern. Second row, left to right, John Robinson, Gary Carman, Mark Montag, Tim Lighter, Jim Cassel and Steve Schneider. Back row, left to right, Dick Schneider, Leo Cassel and Dwaine Lighter, coaches. (UDM Polaroid Photo) of Peoria, HI., and Marvin Meyer of Ripley, HI., were weekend guests of Mr. Wegner's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Naffziger, and David. They came to take their mother, Mrs. Catherine Wegner, to her home in Peoria after a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas • McNeilley and three children of Houston, Tex., arrived Tuesday for their annual summer vacation visiting her parents, the Dennis Carroll family. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville was hostess Sunday for dinner and supper to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf of Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk, LuVerne. Mrs. Edward Ramus was a weekend guest of her son, the Irvin Ramus family, Ft. Dodge. A picnic dinner at the Irvin Ramus home Sunday was to honor the birthdays of Mrs. Edward Ramus of LuVerne and Mrs. New President For Auxiliary At LuVerne The American Legion Auxiliary held their Aug. 1 meeting at the town hall in LuVerne with the new president, Mrs. Allen Blake, presiding. Thirteen members and one junior member, Gretchen Zentner, were present. A report was given on the recent celebration and the Auxiliary realized a profit of $227.40. They reported the purchase of good used cupboards and sink for the kitchen in the new Legion building being remodeled. The report of the treasurer states general fund $324.86 and welfare fund $122.12. The date of the next meeting is Sept. 6, in place of the 5th. Gretchen Zentner gave a report of Girls' State. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Earl John and Mrs. Jack Guy. Hostesses were Mrs. Bryan Stewart and Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lenz and boys were Monday evening dinner hosts honoring their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Lenz. .Other guests were Mr. and Mrs; Warren Lenz and Randy of Corwith, their son, and Henry Kinne, LuVerne. Evening visitors were the Luther Kinne family of LuVerne. Their son, James Lenz, home on furlough from Camp Eustis, Va., reported to California Aug. 6 for further service in Viet Nam. A backyard barbecue Tuesday evening at the Billy Hardcopf home had as guests the crew of girls Mrs. Hardcopf sponsored on a bean-walking project. Girls sharing the courtesy were Laurie, Becky and Michele Coyle, Kris Meyer, Phyllis Block, Mary Daley, Anna Marie Bahmann and Raejean Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wegner CAMPERS! Insure yourself more vacation fun FOR PENNIES A DAYI B«for* you go ... get our WESTERN MUTUAL ALL RISKS COVERAGE on campers (for pick-ups) or camping trailers and equipment. 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Lichtys, the Robert Lee Lichtys and a daughter, Virginia and family, of Mrs. Hattie Lichty. VIKING OIL CO] Invites You To.. A letting educational program for the youth of our county. A program made successful through the continued efforts of each member and especially their tireless leaders. We whole heartedly endorse this fair and look forward to seeing ell its splendor noxt Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridey. All our products are of highest quality CHECK OUR FUEL OIL PRICES FOR FALL DELIVERY TO FARM AND HOME PHONE 295-3749 VIKING OIL CO. ROY STOFFEL, OWNER "WE GIVE KING KORN OR GOLD BOND STAMPS ON GAS PURCHASES AT PUMP" Oci MuiMti Iowa * What to do about obscene or other offensive phone calls We are very much concerned about these calls. Should you happen to receive any, the following simple guidelines provide an effective way for you to stop them: 1. 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