The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1966
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Algeria, (la.) Upptr DM MeinM Ttmday, August 30, 1966 Arlen Bilsborough Of Titonka Weds In Calif. TITONKA- MissSuezannGus- tagson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gustafson ST., Sebastopal, Calif, and Arlen T. Bilsborough, Titonka were united in marriage on August 6, at a double ring ceremony at the Methodist church in Sebastopal, Calif. Rev. Lewis A. Whitehead,presided at the ceremony. The bride was attended by Karen Farmer as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Lennice Harms, Titonka, Miss Claudia Chiaroni, Santa Rosa and Miss Mary Carson, Sebastopal. Flower girls were Laura and Paula Boughman, twin cousins of the bride. Claude Bilsborough, Titonka acted as best man for his brother, the groom. Bobby Carson was ring bearer. A reception followed the ceremony at the church hall; Mrs. Nellie Gustafson was in charge of the guest book. The couple went on a sightseeing trip to Oregon and are at home at 1760 California St., . Mountain View, California. The bride is a graduate of El Molino High School, Forestville Calif, and the groom is a graduate of Titonka High School and an engineering graduate of Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. He has recently been discharged from the army and is employed in Sunnyvale, California. Relatives attending the wedding from Titonka, the grooms parents, brother and sister, and his aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei, Steven and Allen of Fenton. - o Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beenken are the paents of a son born Aug. 8th, weighing 9 Ibs. 14 o%. He has been named Rodney Dale. Mr, and Mrs. Lermond Intermill are vacationing this week in the west. Among places they stopped are Mt, Rushmore and Yellowstone Nat. Park. Roger Akkerman, son of the Clarence Akkerman's left on Monday Aug. 15th, to serve in the army. He has been stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Mildred Boyken, Bea Garret, Louise Mechler, Pat Harmes, Sadie Denton, Esther Peterson, and Cleo Nelson attended the Kossuth Co. meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Units at Led^rd on Tuesday. HOSPITAL NEWS AUGUST 16 - Admitted: Mrs. Grace Trenary, Burt, medical; Richard Bradley, Nickerson, Kans., accident; Francis Kollasch, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Allen Schipull, Vivian Kuhn, Mrs. Mary Kayser, Algona; Diane McCleish, Bancroft. AUGUST 17 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Subject, Algona, boy, 8 pounds, 1/2 oz.; admitted: William Giddings, Burt, medical. AUGUST 18 - Admitted: Mrs. Herbert Kaiser, LuVerne, medical; Mrs. Evelyn Mains, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Arlo Grimm and baby, Algona; Wayne Mann, Burt. AUGUST 19-Admitted: Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona, medical; dismissed: Francis Kollasch, Whittemore; Theodore Bradley, Algona. AUGUST 20-Admitted: Leathea Redemske, Algona, medical; Hildreth Pettit, Whittemore, accident; dismissed: Mrs. Eunice Meyer, Burt; Joseph D. Bradley, Todd Hudspeth, Algona; Richard Bradley, Nickerson, Kans. AUGUST 21 - Admitted: Bell Faulken, Harry Godden, Algona, medical; Alden McAdams, Algona surgery; Mary Erdmann, Whittemore, T & A. ; dismissed: Mrs. Grace Trenary, Burt. AUGUST 22-Admitted: Anna Smith, Irene Gisch, Algona, medical; Fred Bierstedt, Whitte- more, medical; dismissed: Evelyn Mains, Grace French, Mary Lee Flaig, Ole Frendahl, Alden McAdams, Geneva Dodds, Mrs. Vernon Subject and baby, Algona; Nancy Mattoon, Brltt. AUGUST 23- Admitted: Kevin Nelson, Algona, T & A; Carol Mullet, Whittemore, T & A. Girl Scouts Camp Out BURT - Sixteen junior Girl Scouts of the Burt Troop 404 camped for two days at Camp Gaywood on Clear Lake. They were accompanied by their leader, Mrs. Russell Patterson and three high school girls, Janet and Linda Becker and Kathleen Patterson. While at camp the girls slept in tents and cooked their meals over an open fire. They worked on their Outdoor Cook badge and Water Fun badge. The girls who went were Gail Giddings, Patty and Cathy Grubb, Carol and Cheryl Behrends, Mickey Wagner, Charlene Curtis, Cindy Cranston, Carol and Cindy Sill, Susan Angus, Barbara Batt, Nancy Herrick, Sharon and Cyn- thia Patterson and Margaret Devine. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gramenz, Silvis, HI., spent several days visiting at the Howard Salisbury and Walter Steward homes. Mrs. Gramenz and Mr. Salisbury are sister and brother and Mr. Gramenz and Mrs. Steward are brother and sister. Mrs. Harlem Lacy is a patient at the Dickinson Memorial hospital, Spirit Lake, where she submitted to major surgery on Thursday. Her husband is at {Spirit Lake with her. Gary Reynolds, Los Angeles, spent a week at the home of his parents, the Carl Reynolds. Wayne Mann is getting about his daily duties with a cast on his foot. Wayne suffered a broken heel while assisting in the good neighbor deed at the Merlin Madsen home at the time their barn collapsed. VOTE FOR CHARLES PLATHE DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE FOR Supervisor 1st DISTRICT — KOSSUTH COUNTY Whlttemore — Cresco — Garfield — Lu Verne Riverdale — Irvlngton — Sherman Townships • PRIMARY ELECTION, TUESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1966 Your vote and support will be appreciated. Smith-Corona Sterlings 79.79 ^•w ^F Professional, office-size 88-character keyboard • Exclusive PageGage'™' • Full- length tabulator - Quick-Set'™' margin stops • Rugged all-steel construction. 97.50 The world's fastest manual portable • Jeweled main bearing • Optional Changeable Type'™ 1 • Exclusive forward-Glide top deck • Natural-Arc action keys • Smith-Corona Page Gage 1 ™ 1 Smith-Corona Electra»liO electric portable. OFFICE DESKS, FILES, FILING SUPPLIES, OFFICE CHAIRS, DESK ACCESSORIES, AND A HOST OF OTHER NEEDED, USEFUL ITEMS UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Office Supply Dept, 111 E. CALL ST, ALGONA, IOWA

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