The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1966 · Page 12
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, (lo.) Upp«r DM Melnw Tuwday, Augutt 30, 1966 LuVerne Girl To Be Bride On Sept. 10 A pre-nuptial shower in the rooms of the LuVerne Zion Evangelical Lutheran church honored Mary Will, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, Copwith. Seventy were in attendance. Miss Will will be married to Stephen Aagard of Huntington, la., in the LuVerne Lutheran church, Saturday, Sept. 10. They will be at home inMankato, Minn., where he will attend graduate college and she will be a nurse there. - o - Visiting the State Fair in Des Moines Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber and sons, Dennis, Mark and Curt, and their friends, the Carman Holland family of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zwiefel, Moline, HI., were guests in the home of his mother,. Mrs. Laura Zwiefel. They came for the wedding of Mrs. Zwiefel's sister, Judy Ann Kunert of Thor and Donald Francis Lee of Nerstrand, Minn. They served as matron of honor and groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McClellan, their daughter, Mrs. Dale Campbell and three boys of Des Moines, visited recently with his mother, Mrs. Clara McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer, Kristy and Jane, were weekend guests of their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyers in Minneapolis. They went to make acquaintance of the son, Rodney, born July 26. Miss Luella Blumer attended the funeral ofMrs.EmmaManus, 88, Burt, in the Methodist church in Burt. Mrs. Manus was the mother of Mrs. Ed Blumer of Algona, sister-in-law of Miss Blumer. Mrs. Eddie Link and five children of Genoa, suburb of Chicago, HI., has been a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer of LuVerne, his sister, Mae Biesemeyer, Baltimore, Md., have returned from a three weeks vacation to the west coast. They visited in Denver with their son, the Allen Biesemeyer family enroute west and on the way home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith and their son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith of Clear Lake, attended the service in the new Lutheran church at Humboldt when Sherry Leaning of Humboldt became of the bride of John Kubly. John Kubly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly, LuVerne, is a nephew of Mrs. Lester Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sorensen, Renwick, were in Des Moines recently to visit Gerald's sister, the Elwood Ellston family. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lindebak, their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neal, attended a Lindebak reunion in Ellsworth Legion hall. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger visited recently with their fathers, Guy Trauger, at the Westview Rest Home at Britt and Edward Hof at Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lindebak accompanied his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lindebak of Radcliffe, on a vacation trip to visit cousins at Leland, HI. Weekend guests in the par- ental Lester Smith home were the Wayne Smiths and two girls of Clear Lake. Craig, Debra, Richard and Ronald Smith, children of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith of Iowa Falls, are staying with their grandparents, the Lester Smiths and Jess Jer- gensens, as their parents are on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lenz recently visited in Fairmont, Minn., in the new home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lenz. Walter Lenz suffered a heart attack, was hospitalized, but is now convalescing at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Lenz were early longtime farmers in this vicinity. Mrs. Max Patterson was in Ames two days attending a school board secretaries workshop at Iowa State University. This workshop is sponsored by the Iowa Association of School Board Secretaries. Bancroft Man Injured In Collision Patrick David Wilhelmi, 22, of Bancroft, is hospitalized at St. Ann Hospital here with injuries to the left shoulder and right leg. The injuries were Incurred In a car-truck collision early Tuesday on a county graveled road 12 miles southeast of Algona. Driver of the truck was James Harold Pingel, 22, of Algona, who was driving for Klein Farm Supply. Pingel was going north and Wilhelmi was traveling east whpn they collided at an intersection obscured by tall corn. Neither driver saw the other in time to stop. The cars collided at the center of the in- tersection and went into the northeast ditch. Pingel suffered an injury to the left arm and was treated and released. The Pingel truck damages were estimated at $1,000 and the Wilhelmi vehicle was totally wrecked. Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated and charged Wilhelmi with failure to yield the right of way. RETIREES Primghar's dentist for 40 years and his wife who has been office assistant are retiring from active work. They are Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Bolender. The Bolenders will continue to make Primghar their home after an extended automobile-trailer trip through Canada to Seattle, where they will visit their son, also a dentist, and his family. WALLEYE Mike Archer, 12-year-old Varina youth, caught a six pound walleye on Big Spirit Lake. FOOTBALL TALK BEANIE COOPER GARRIGAN KEITH CHRISTIE ALGONA ON COACHES CORNER SATURDAYS AT 11.05 P.M. KLGA Radio PUBLIC AUCTION 240 ACRES Saturday. Sept. 10. t ^^^^^^^^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiill^l? W * VlHlf I flBHBBHBBnifltaBBI 1:30 P.M. FARM IS LOCATED 1V 2 MILES EAST OF BURT Grade "A" Iowa Land THIS IS A CHOICE 240 ACRES WITH OUTSTANDING CROPS PRODUCED THEREON AND IS WEBST.ER AND CLARION SOIL. THE LAND WILL BE SOLD AS A 160 AND 80 AND AS A SINGLE UNIT AND TO THE HIGHEST ULTIMATE BIDDERS. THE 160 ACRES IS ALL TELLABLE AND THE 80 HAS 14 ACRES OF TIMBER-PASTURE. BLACKTOP ROAD ADJOINING FARM. Complete Set Of Farm Buildings DIAGRAM OF LAND TO BE SOLD AS SITUATED IN SECTION 30-97.28 1. Farm Building Site 2. Road Right Of Way Of 2 Acres For Access To 80 Acres. TERMS: 15% Down and Balance When Title Approved on or Before March 1,1967, Possession Dale. ERMA Z. HARVEY AUCTIONEER - VIRGIL SPENCER, ALGONA

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