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8-Al^ona (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, August 18, 1966 LaVonne Baiter Weds James Hauptman Here Lavomit; Suiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sailer, Alj;(iiia, and Pvt. James B. Haupt- niaii, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Haujitrn.in, Bancroft, wore tinitf'd in marriage A'igust G, at 11:00 a. in. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, with Msgr. P. P. Guaryn officiating at the double. 1 rini; ceremony. The lirido, given in marriage liy IHT lather, wore a floor- lom : tli ,;o\vn of candlelight linen. Haioqu" Venice lace outlined the lu.-iuliiu', .UK! tlie detachable panel train '.vas appliqued with a floral liiotil. Tlie silk illusion net veil was held in place with a crown of pearls. She carried a bouquet uf white f.;lamellias. Judy Thompson was the bride's maid of honor. Tom Hiuptrnan, lirothor of the groom, served as l>est man. The flower girl was Susan Hauptman; Billy Hauptman, niiL'-l-eurei-.aiid Uonnie King and Chuck Schneider, ushers. Richard roaster was soloist with Mary Hamilton, organist. A reception and dinner was held immediately following the ceremony at the V. [•'. W. hall with 135 guests in attendauc.e. Bev Besch h , hart tlie tftk's't' i'xwk'; Josle'Kiinkel "•"'ami' Dorothy Martinek cut the cake; Dorothy Davie andDarlene Feastor poured punch; Diana Pudersen, Trudy Butts, Darlene Heinrich and Judy Hauptman haJ the i-iifts; and JoAnn, Jean and Joyce Kimkc'l were table waitresses. The bride is a graduate of Algona High School and the groom is in the army, stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. (Photo by Poumlstone Studio) Class Of 1941 Has Reunion At Ledyard LKDYAKD - Tlie graduating class of 19-11 held their class reunion over tlie weekend. Saturday night they gathered at Fairmont for dinner and Sunday they and their families enjoyed a picnic dinner together at the Ledyard school. Attendiiuv the dinner Saturday night were Marvel Halversen, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Peterson, (Hetty Eg-gerth ) of Hingsted; Mr. .uul Mrs. Gordon Lewarne (Jean Gabel) of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaumberg, (Violet Cassem), Hake; Mr. am) Mrs. William Mather (Cleo Looft) and Mr. ami Mrs. Sylvester Kockler (.Mice Doocy) of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kliiiksiek, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Warner, Mr. and Mrs, Orville Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch, all of Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garry of StewartviUe, Miim. On Sunday the same group with the exception of the LeWarnes gathered at the school at 1 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Baylers (Eunice Priebe) of Meridian, Idaho and Supt. and Mrs. Harold Gnumer of Humboldt joined them also Sunday. Twelve of the group who started school in 1929 graduated together and of tliose 12, seven were at the dinner Saturday night. They were: Marvel Halverson, Jean Gabel LeWarne, Betty Eggerth Peterson, Paul Garry, Violet Cussum Schaumberg, Howard ] Klinksiek and Harold Warner. Unable to attend were Delores Geltmus Marshall of Estherville; Delores Junkermeier Owens of Hensselaer, Indiana; DeVere Smith of Elmore, Lorrine Nem- mers, Hockford, HI., and Donald Looft of Alexandria, Va. - o - Mrs. George Thompson attended the Patterson family reunion at LuVerne on Sunday. Her sons and their families of Sioux City were also there. Mrs. Everett Thompson is a patient at the Blue Earth Hospital where she is in isolation, with hepatitis. Mrs. Lilly Ehrich was a supper guest of the Gus Simonsmeiers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garry and family of Stewartville, Minnesota spent the weekend in Bancroft and Ledyard. They were here for the 25th class reunion of Paul's graduating class Saturday evening and Sunday. They visited the Harold Ingletts on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miles of Ellsworth called on the Gus Simonsmeiers Thursday enroute to Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doocy of Blooming Prairie were here last Friday night and Saturday. They als.o. called on.M,rs;>AugU6t,jqink- siek and famjiJyCon Saturday. The Everett Thompson family attended a family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol visited with the Lloyd Masterson family at Laurens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bayless of Merridian, Idaho visited her sister, the James Doocys at Brownsdale, Minnesota Saturday and came to the Edward Lloyd home on Sunday to attend the class reunion anri to visit several days before going to Mountain Home, Arkansas to visit her parents, the Ralph Priebes. Milton Thompson of Sioux City visited his mother, Mrs. George Thompson last Sunday. She was his guest at dinner at Fairmont and the remainder of the afternoon they enjoyed slides of his vacation trips. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Doocy of Waterloo visited his parents the Tim Doocys from Sunday until \Vednesday. They stopped at the Tom Doocy home in Minneapolis l?efore coming here. They •>*-ere enroute home from a vacation trip into Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Ahrend Hans of Lakota visited the Earl Jor- gensons Thursday evening. Mrs. Maynard Krosch, former Ledyard area resident, had surgery at the Blue Earth Hospital on Monday. She was released on Saturday. William Rotterman spent several days in the Blue Earth hospital this past week. Mrs. John Folkers of Waterloo visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Dutton from Wednesday until Sunday. Saturday callers at the home of Mrs. Fred Dutton were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton of Grand Rapids, Minnesota and Mrs. Vernon Hanson and Mrs. Merle Cassem and girls of Blue Earth. Mrs. Glenn Behse, DesMoines and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gromer, Debbie, Terry and Larry of Kansas City, visited at the Albert Barnes home on Monday. Mrs. Gromer is the former M.mne Behse. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fletcher and Candy of Colorado Springs, Colorado spent a ten day vacation with her parents, the Clayton Roseboros, leaving on Wednesday. On Wednesday night, Mrs. Roseboro and the Fletchers went to Arnold's Park and visited Mrs. Roseboro's father until Thursday and on Sunday they visited the Avery Bonsteads at Graettinger and the Gerald Bon- steads at Wallingford. Sunday, members of the Cassem family met at Swea City for a picnic -forMr.-anchMrs. 'June'Olson, Butch ahd'Cfia'ffotte, who weft visiting here from Illinois. Attending were- Mr. and Best of luck to our 4-H and F.F.A. boys and ,: girls! ,. The loving v.iv. tlu> good tt-ed. the grooming and training our boys and girls have given their animals is bound to toll when they compete in the show ring. We work closely \\ith those who use Purina. . . the feed of Champions—as part of their tilting rations. \Ve' predict that some of these youngsters have animals that will be hard to beat! To all our local contestants . . . best of luck! Many will win ribbons but all will be winners . . . because of the practical knowledge they've gained in the care and feeding of livestock. Farmers Service Center SO. PHILLIPS ST. Merton Ross, Mgr. ALGONA Mrs. Leonard Madetske, the Marvin Blome family, the Wayne Risks, Willis Pingel, Mrs. Gary Eischhorn and daughter, and Mrs. Bette Kitchel and family all of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Meyer and ISmily, Mr-, and Mrs. Ronald Meyer and family, Mrs. Mary Cassem and Palmer all of Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pingel and family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaumberg and family of Rake; Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson, Bonnie and Marie Jorgenson of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jorgenson and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Reilly, John Dianna and Mrs. RoseSangl of Upland Cal. are spending two weeks with the Bernard Breillys here and the Louis Reillys, Algona. Steven are vacationing for a few days in the Black Hills. Mrs. Cleo Nelson is at home after spending several weeks In Miami, Fla. with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Meyer. Recent visitors of the Lewis Heifners were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marker of Rosholdt, S. D., and Mrs. Minnie Christensenand two daughters of Breckenridge, Minn. Ten neighbors of L. C. Heifner gathered at his home for his 81st birthday. Mrs. Martha Boyken brought the cake. Upper D. M., Publishing. . 126.37 Council Minute* TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder V. F. W. Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. D. Garrett, with 12 members attending. Door prize went to Mrs. D. Higgins. Mrs. Betty Ferguson was co- hostess. Recent visitors of Mrs. Sadie Denton were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson of Gilmore City. Immanuel Lutheran Dorcas circle met at the home of Mrs. Neal Loeschen and Esther and Martha circles met at the church Thursday evening. Mrs. Martha Boyken is spending some time at the Boyken cottage at Pine River, Minn. Her son and family, the Bill Boykens of Eau Claire, Wise., are vacationing there with her. The Owen Tjaden family of Monticello were overnight guests at the home of his sister, the Al Boelkes, Friday. Saturday they went to Presbyterian Family Bible Camp at Okoboji. Audrey Boelkes accompanied them and will act as a counselor at the camp for a week. Circles of Good Hope Lutheran church meeting this week are Jennie circle at the church and Shirley circle at the George Alke home Tuesday evening; Florence circle Wednesday morning at the church; Bea and Jeanette circles in the afternoon at the church; and Janan circle in the evening at the church. Mr. and Mrs. A, Dietrich and The City Council met August 10, 1966 with Mayor Finn and the following named council members: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook, Miller and Pelrce. Absent: none. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Letter from Mrs. Hugh Pierce was read concerning TV tower translator system. Letter read from bonding attorney stating that It would not be legal for the city to have a bond Issue for the construction of a TV Tower Translator System. The money would have to be raised from current funds. Tap fee to hook on to the existing sanitary sewer system at Kennedy & Hall Intersection was set at $400.00 Resol. approving the budget for 1967 was adopted. Agreement between Leon E. Martin and the City of Algona' was read and approved. This was the tap fees for the sanitary sewer extension on So. Hall St. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn, Salary 135.00 Smith, Salary 224.98 Sands, Salary 120.39 Algona P. O., Envelopes... 62.40 la. State Bk., Wholding. ...60.60 State Comm., Wholding . ...6.61 Life Investors, Insurance. Advance Publ., Publishing Algona Reminder, Notices 9.80 Arwell, Service 23.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 5.15 W. Finn, Court Costs. . ..136.00 Laing's, Service 15.25 Obrecht Furn., Repairs. . . 12.75 37.18 61.90 StREEf Burrls, Pittfry. . . * . . . 175.46 Eurtls, Salary 143.55 Frambach, Salary. ..... 164.52 Helmers, Salary 133.82 Lashbrook, Salary 47.89 Pergande, Salary 196.71 Sifert, Salary 139.88 Wibben, Salary 142.06 Boldridge, Labor. ...... 78.82 Nltchals, Labor 99.79 Smith, Labor. . 74.39 la. State Bk., Wholding. ..112.40 State Comm., Wholding. . . 13.27 Life Investors, Insurance 95.52 Bowman Bldrs., Sidewalk^.. 80,10 Ft. Dodge Towel, Service... 3,50 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies., 7.92 North Central, Gas 3.26 Zep Mfg., Supplies. .... 62.29 ROAD USE TAX Algona Flour & Feed, Repairs 26.08 Arnold Motor, Supplies. . 14,97 H. M. Brown Co., Latches. 15.76 Bradley Equip., Repairs, . 78.14 Bowman Bldrs., Concrete Work. .,...., 22.50 Greenberg's, Repairs. . . . 16.81 Hilton's, Repairs 6.SO Reding Gravel, Labor. ... 7.50 Sunray DX, Gas 266.04 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 430.08 Bulten, Salary 258.42 Day, Salary 183.59 Hutchison, Salary 270.79 Jorgenson, Salary 295.87 Rasmussen, Salary 249.87 Elbert, Labor 28.74 Volgt, Salary 283.86 la. State Bk., Wholding. ..267.70 State Comm., Wholding.... 48,58 Trust & Agency, Pension. .24.93 Life Investors, Insurance 126.96 Bradley Equip., Repairs.... 1.00 Greenberg's, Supplies. . . . 9.26 Kossuth Motor, Service. . . 12.00 Sunray DX, Gas 120.80 Tom's TV, Batteries. . . . 5.00 Veehoff Supply, Supplies... 24.75 Arnold Motor, Supplies.... 10.41 City Clerk, Adv. Cash. . . . 1.80 Electronic Spec., Service.. 80.20 Feld Equip., Supplies. . ..205.50 Harris Fire Control, Supplies 6.00 Luverne Fire App., Dome Light 6.38 A. Scherer, Supplies 10.60 Hilton's, Gas 14.22 SANITATION Gade, Salary. 93.15 tft. State Bank, Wholding. . 1.00 Reding Gravel, Labor..., 73.50 Bowman Bldrs., Labor and Material.... 1,3*9.14 Cowan's, Brush. . ..,.*. 1.1* City Clerk, Adv. Cash. .. * 1.28 Frederick Hdwe., Broom... 1.81 i). central, Gas. .,..<.. 2.04 Spencer Grocer, Supplies. 13.00 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary..... * 150.84 Lemkee, Salary 232.92 la. State Bk., Wholding. . . 27.40 State Comm., Wholding. . . . 5.71 Life Investors, Insurance. . . 29.17 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 5.50 Frederick Hdwe,, Supplies. .1.56 Greenberg's, Filter 1.12 RECREATION Cooper, Salary. . , . . . . 138.45 Barr, Salary 85,59 Bartlett, Salary 93,28 Erpeldlng, Salary 70,11 Johnson, Salary 85.59 Henderson, Salary 70,11 Schutter, Salary 93,28 Bruch, Salary. 70.11 Parrott, Salary 62.26 Olson, Salary 184.50 Sigsbee, Salary 95.40 la. State Bk., Wholding, ... 94.50 State Comm., Wholding. . . . 5.78 Algona Machine Shop, 1<00 Benson's, Welding ....... 4.75 Carson'*, Supplies, ..... 171.01 Coast to coast, Supplies. .. 15.83 Cook's, Chlorine ..... . . 81.00 Cowan's, Labor & Mat * . 294.09 Honsbruch, Supplies. .... 8.76 Kautzky Sport, Supplies. . . 170.00 Pratt Elec., Service. ..... 4.55 Thermogas, Gas ........ 13.50 Hutzell's, Supplies ...... 90.06 City Clerk, Adv. Cash. . . . 15.00 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies. . 5. 32 Lalng's, Service* . i .... 57,50 Water Cond., Hemmlngsen, Supplies .......... . . 195.15 Algona Flour it Feed, Supplies. ... ......... 3.08 Algona Impl., Supplies. . . . 1.3s Hilton's, Service ....... 2,25 Boldridge, Salary. ...... 139.50 Life Investors, Insurance. . . . , ....... 8,01 PARKING METER Groen, Salary, , . ....... 309.08 Nauholz, Salary. . ..... . 56.42 la. State Bk., Wholding ..... 58.50 State Comm., Wholding. . . , , 9,00 Trust & Agency, Pension. , . 4,01 Life Investors, Insurance. ...... ..... . 29.17 TRUST & AGENCY Egli, Pension. ......... 75.00 STORMOR DOES MORE "A SIZE TO FIT EVERY SITE WITH GRAIN BINS" Does a truly broad range of bin diameters and capacities mean anything to you? You bet it does if you want superior quality storage at rock-bottom per bushel cost! Come in. Let us tell you why Stormor bins have earned such a reputation for quality and value. Capacities from 1.000 bushels to 105,000 bushels: diameters of 14 • 18 • 21 • 24 - 27 • 30 • 36 • 42 • 48 or 60 feet. Aeration, filling and unloading equipment matched to each unit. KYLE KEITH - Algona Representing STOCKDALE'S of lowq Falls • Dry-O-Matian * Batch Dryers • New Speed Tanks * Cribs • Oxygen-Free Storage • Bulk t->ed Bins .blKnoCnM •'• •<> O •.:•'(!'.•: ' llr-.ll tti oo Don't wait. Install a gas room heater in that hard-to-heat room now. 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