The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1966 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1966
Page 21
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Alice Kresensky, Algona, Married Sept 3 In Texas In a ceremony performed Sept. 3 at 4 p.m. in Westminster Presbyterian church, Austin, Tex., Alice Kresensky, daughter of Mrs. Claris Kresensky, Algona, and the late Alfred Kresensky, became the bride of Cameron McPherson Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Cunningham, Lubbock, Texas. Dr. Robert Davidson, Rev. D. L. Swann and Johnson C. Smith participated before an altar decorated with white mums and palms. Mrs.'Esma Clark was organist. Ardis Kresensky, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Sheila Sullivan and Shirley Lewis. Best man was Sheldon Cunningham, brother of the groom, and groomsmen were Wayne Meissner, .and Dan Webster. Ushers were Eddie Polk and Bob Spence. The bride wore a white silk sari with gold brocade, gold slippers and carried a bouquet of phalenopsis. Laurabeth Grieneeks presided at the punch bowl, Kathy Colwell and Mrs. Perry Province cut the cake, Mrs. Alexa HoganandMrs. Ardis Riggs poured coffee and Mrs. Sheldon Cunningham was at the bride's book. The bride is a graduate of the College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio, and Union Theological Seminary of New York City. She spent two years in India as a Frontier Intern for the United Presbyterian church, U. S. A. For the past two years, she has been the associate director of the Presbyterian Cawpus Ministry at the University of Texas. Mr, Cunningham, a graduate of Texas Technological College, is in his third year of law at University of Texas. After a honeymoon in Mexico City, they will be home at Austin. PRINTING THAT PULLS M| MM **«***fc^ f^ W^HV B^^BM* i'VS ^pwwiww W ^^^f •fMMI^PWff Wrly priurf. Uyp* DwM*M Red Cross Has $4,000 Goal In The County The second meeting of the fund raising committee for the Kossuth Red Cross was held at Burt. Addressing the meeting was Marvin Hersey, national representative for central Iowa combines service territory from t»es Moines, and Mrs. Arlene Patzwald, national field volunteer for chapters in central Iowa from Mason City. Mr. Hersey explained the chief program was to mitigate suffering of military in battle and to aid Service families in any .way possible. Secondly, the Red Cross is for the alleviation of suffering in time of disaster. Zip Koons, Swea^Ctty; gave his enthusiastic support to Red Cross and its aims, recalling how he himself had the benefit by these serrices more than once during World War n and in the Korean conflict Mr. Koons has accepted chairmanship of the fund raising campaign for the county, slated for the month of November. Don Hemmingsen, reorganization chairman, told of the need to raise funds to help establish locally more services. The desire of the local chapter is to reach more of the families of local service men and to extend water safety and first aid programs here. A goal of approximately $4,000 is set for this area. Mrs. Patrwald of Mason City has generously agreed to assist in the training of local volunteers and aid the captains to launch the campaign. Mrs. Robert Bickert, secretary for the local chapter, told the group of "Operation Shop Early" by which the Red Cross hopes to reach every serviceman in Viet Nam with his own personal bag of articles for personal use at Christmas time. Oct. 5 was set as deadline for* preparing these bags and it is hoped citizens of Kossuth county will rally 'round in preparing them. Directions for making these bags are available at the AttM* CM UftMr DM ffefem- TiMtday, fef*. 20, 1964 Red Cross Chapter and should be an excellent^roject for any club or group. Volunteer captains in this area thus far include Mr. Gustasen from Ledyard, Mrs. Robert Lynch, Seneca, Mrs. Wolf, Greenwood, Mrs. Schlssel, Lakota, Wallace Hawcott, Burt, Leander Vaske, Ramsey, Mrs. Rose Ann Schmidt, Hum Creek, Mrs. Charles Bormann, Whittemore, Mrs. Nielson, LuVerne, Herman WeDuutsen, Titonka, and Tom Garry, Bancroft. 5,000 Visit U.S. Slough Refuge In 1966 Season Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge Recreation Area closed for the season on Friday evening, September 16. Manager Paul Ferguson, reported that more than 5,000 persons have visited the area to date thus making good usage of the facilities provided. Main activities centered around swimming, picnicking and fishing. Manager Ferguson also stated that although there was an in- crease in annual visitor numbers, no problems due to excessive littering were encountered. The entire local refuge staff intends a special thank you to aU the 1966 visitors for the part each played in making this another very successful recreational year. • First Meeting St. Benedict C. D. A. held their first meeting of the new season with Grand Regent Marilyn Arndorfer presiding. Plans were made for initiation of new members next month. Lunch and entertainment were provided by Stella Arndorfer, Diane Holmes, Wilma Arndorfer, Elizabeth Eischen, Stella Elschen and Ramona Arndorfer. The officers and all past grand regents are invited to the St. Joe guests night Sept. 28. No School There was no school at Swea City Wednesday afternoon and Thursday when a broken water main flooded the area in front of the school building. Necessary repairs were made so classes could resume Friday morning. • *.V* « • • •••-•:*.•; •'j^ f The Friendly Store NO PAYMENT UNTIL FEB. 1, 1967 NO CARRYING CHARGE UNTIL FEB. 1, 1967 ADORN HAIR SPRAY Q7$ i CORNER DESK < Reg. $1.50 Size \J t • Re 9* $ 26 - 95 SHOTGUN SHELLS** QQ j SMALL MIRRORS _ i2G ° u ?! .Tlmlrl: a** 9* STAINLESS STEEL BOWL 3-Quart Reg. $1.49 POLE LAMPS Reg. $5.77 BED PILLOWS Large, Fluffy Reg. 99c THROW PILLOWS Many Uses Reg. 99c ASSORTED LAMPS Reg. $4.49 LIGHT BULBS {PORTABLE TV • 12-Inch J Reg. $109.95 j 19-INCH TV I Reg. $184.95 I JlS-FT. CHEST * I OR J ! UPRIGHT * I FREEZER i 4-Paek Reg. 79c 57' PRELL SHAMPOO 63< • RECORD ALBUMS 64 , 33K RPM I Reg. $2.98 I Value Reg, $1.19 Size • GLEEM 'Extra Large • TfO_ e* 79c Size 44

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