The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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10-Algono, (la.) Upper Dtt Molne* Thurtday, Sept. 29, 1966 WED 50 YEARS Fifty years ago, Sept. 27, Leota Hackman and Fred Geigel were married in the First Presbyterian church by Rev. F. A. Smiley. Sunday, Sept: 25, open house 'was held from 2 till 5 o' clock In the social rooms of, the new Presbyterian church. The couple was attended 50 years ago by Earl Peterson of Spirit Lake and Jane Hronatka, a sorority sister of the bride. Mr. Peterson was here for the anniversary reception but the bridesmaid lived too far away, Alexandria, Va. The Geigel's son, Robert and family, Kansas City, and daughter, Georga Ann, Mrs. Gerald Volgt and husband and son James were here from Fenton. Among those from out of town were old friends, former Algerians, Messrs and Mesdames Paul Llndholm, Gaylord Minn., Kenneth McChesney, Russell, Minn., George Conklin, Jamestown, N. D., Frank Roscoe, Emmetsburg, Don Dean and Mrs. Dora Dean, Corwith, and Frank Thorpe, Ames. They also had several phone calls from relatives at distant places. Many of the guests had been at the wedding 50 years ago. Mr, and Mrs. Geigel began their married life on a farm on the Irvington Ridge Road. They retired from the farm 22 years ago and have made their home in Algona since that time. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. William Steele entertained her sewing club Monday evening. - o - PINK LADIES The Pink Ladies auxiliary of the Good Samaritan Home met Tuesday at the home. A Christmas card project was taken up with the residents. - o CLUBS TO MEET tElght Specks card club will mtfet Wednesday evening, Oct. 5, with Mrs. Mabel Lane. Mrs. Marie Lamprlght is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. - o - SISTER FETED Mrs. Roy Adams went to West Bend Tuesday to attend a party at Mrs. Irwin Shellmeyer's for her sister Mrs. Dora Rising and daughter Marlon who came from Canon City, Colo, for a visit with relatives and friends. - o - PLAN SHOWER A miscellaneous shower is being held Oct. 2 in the Lotts Creek church for Jeanette Wichtendahl, who will marry David Smith, formerly of Burt. - o MR. AND MRS. John Clarey, Minneapolis, are parents of a seven pound boy born Wednesday, i'ept. 21. They have named him John Zender and he has a sister, Bridget. Mrs. Clarey is the former Gretchen Zender of Algona. PAUL SCHNEIDER is much Improved following the removal of an eye not long ago. The surgery was done at University hospital. His other eye is normal and he sees very well. He purchased the Diagonal store some time ago. MR. AND MRS. Phil Schneider vacationed in northern Minnesota and before returning home spent some time with Mrs. Schneider's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson, Wells. MR. AND MRS. Charles Joens were visited not long ago by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hovey, Rolfe. MR. AND MRS. Otto Engstrom and Betty Jane visited cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Hultman Omaha, last week. MRS. EMMA Crouch has a sister Mrs. A. J. Onnerem, Thor, whose husband died a few weeks ago. Mrs. Crouch attended the services. MRS. MARY KAIN flew via jet from Minneapolis to Portland, Ore. to visit her daughters Mary Kain and Mrs. Eleanor Laidlaw for three weeks. Mrs. Kain, who is 87 years young, reported that her first plane trip was most enjoyable. Her daughter, Mary, an Army nurse, is stationed at Camp Lewis, Washington, and at the present time building a house on the Columbia scenic highway, east of Portland. Joe Loebach and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kain accompanied Mrs. Kain to Minneapolis. SUPT AND MRS. O. B. Laing spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines, the former attending a school meeting, the latter visiting her sister, Mrs. L. C. O'Brien. MRS. EMMA Crouch was visited Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Palmer, Bode. JAMES LYTLE is in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, again. It has not been long since he was a patient there. MR. AND MRS. Phil Ballard soent Sunday at Fairmont with »,... and Mrs. Jene Zellmer. MR. A " MRS. TED Chris- chilles ana lamily went to Eagle Grove Wednesday to see Mrs. Sadie Knutson, mother of Mrs. Chrischllles. MR. AND MRS. Joe King came from Estherville Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. King's brother - in - law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Christensen. JOHN CLARK, D. S. 3 of the Navy is at present located In San Francisco, Calif, but expects to be transferred soon to San Diego and then to Viet Nam for his second assignment there. He had seven months of duty there and will probably be there six months more. After his dismissal, he plans to enter college and will take a course in teaching and science. MRS. ALICE Clayton was visited Monday by her son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Liver more. The Roethlers recently returned from Ames where they had visited their son Robert, freshman at the University. DUANE CRAPSER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crapser of Waterloo' and grandson of Mr. Richard England Now On Duty In Viet Nam SENECA - Richard England, above,landed at Saigon, Viet Nam, on Sept. 8 for 13 months assignment with the Signal Corps in that area. Richard, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England, was graduated from Sentral High School in 1964. He worked at Hood's Super Valu and Art's Way at Armstrong before enlisting in Jan. 1965. He took basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, and graduated from the U. S. Army Southeastern Signal School at Fort Gordon, Georgia, as a communications center specialist. He had a two weeks furlough with home folks before reporting for overseas duty. The Englands also have a son, Jerry, who enlisted In the army three years ago and has been stationed in Germany for the past two years. and Mrs. Leroy Crapser, left last Sunday for Thailand. He is in the Air Force and will be there 18 months. He was married last July. MR. AND MRS. Harold Parsley have been in Tokyo, Japan for several months where Mr. Parsley was sent by the company he works with and the three children, Bruce, Allen and Patricia are quite widely scattered, following their various careers. Mrs. Parsley is the former Ha May Leffert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Leffert. Bruce is in Holland working with computers, Allen in a junior at the University at Ann Arbor, Mich. FROM THIS MOMENT ON ... IT'S OLDS FOR '67! the Rocket Action Cars are out front again! Totally-new Dclmont 88... lowest-priced 88 series! Looks expensive, but it's Hot. Delmont 88 prices actually start below many models with "low price names." Four to choose from. All with proved 88 chassis, brakes and suspension. 330- or -125-cubic- inch Rocket V-8 Engine. New Custom models highlight Delhi 88 lineup! Two new Delta 88 Custom models tire the lust word in luxury, liotlt tire highlighted by the distinctive Toronado look, lioth with a -t25-cubic- inch Super Rocket \'-8 I'.ti- gine. And all yours at an easy-going Olds 88 price. All-new five-car Cutlass Supreme series! Olds brings a new level of luxury to the low-price field: I'ivc sumptuous Cutlass Supreme models! Lavish Strato Seat interiors, Velvety coil-spring ride. Smooth Jetfire Rocket V-8 performance, famous Olds quality! Again in 1967: Look to Olds for the New! Look for a new, exclusive engineering first like Climatic Combustion Control. Look for a new UHV Transistorized Ignition System. New Stereo Tape Player. New front disc brakes. Plus other features, available for '67! 0»llo $! Custom Holiday Sedan ings ot yw< saftty, too *ith Hie GM-dcviMoped cnergi obsuroi'in (twin? column ihft ^n coinprest on severe impact up IP B^t mcnes; WtX lour*»y tutafd warning llather; oullide r c ,irvie« m.iror; muster cyltnO^r brake iy»Km, Blui many olhir lalely t«atur«-«u lor •£/ Engineered for excitement.. . Toronado-style! '67 OLDSMOBILE and Patricia is a student at Depew university in Indiana. Recently, Lillian Leffert, sister of Dave and niece, Harriet Roader, Mount Pleasant, were on a foreign tour and visited Mr. and Mrs. Parlsey in Tokyo. MR. AND MRS. Archie Michel are here from Sun City, Ariz, and Mr. Michel stopped here to visit his uncle, Dave Leffert and wife. Mrs. Michel is spending most of her time with her parents in Mason City. Archie's sons, Rog&r and Maurice who will be remembered as former Al- gonans, are established in areas quite distant, too. Roger is superintendent of schools in the Panamanian area and Maurice works in the quad - cities. Their mother, Mrs. Bertha Michel, lives in Atlantic. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg had as guests Monday the latter's aunt, Mrs. Rollie Beam an, Decatur, ni., and son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Beaman, Des Moines. They also went to West Bend to see the Grotto. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Black had as dinner guests Sunday their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Black, Fort Dodge. Other recent guests have been their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bunkofske, Corydon. MR. AND MRS. Cecil Burtis had as weekend guests their son Larry and wife, Windom, Minn. MRS. LILLIE Bestenlehner and son, John Wood, are leaving Friday for a visit of a week or more at Minneapolis with her son Bob and other relatives and friends and will also go to Braham to visit with a sister, Mrs. Carl Parson. They will also visit the Sigwell Wood family at Detroit Lakes. MR. AND MRS. Roy Adams has as weekend guests their son Leroy and wife, of Cedar Rapids. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Garmon Adams at Whittemore The visit was for their silver wedding anniversary, the actual date being Sept. 20. MR. AND MRS. Perry Byam are being visited by the latter's cousin, Celene Vander Eyken, Brussels, Belgium. MR. AND MRS. James Elmore went to Des Moines Sunday where Mr. Elmore again entered Veterans hospital for eye treatment. MRS. ETHEL Colwell is home from Rochester, Minn, where she had recent major surgery at Mayo Clinic. She is making very good recovery. ADAM REEFER was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday for x- rays and a check - up. MR. AND MRS. Frank Butts were visited recently by their son Herbert and wife of Des Moines. Their daughter, Mrs. Charles Buss, Minneapolis, has also been here and assisted her mother with some household duties. Mr. Butts is confined to bed, having suffered a stroke some time ago. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg were visited Saturday by their daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf and children of New Haven. Plum Creek Elite The annual cook-out of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held recently at the Call- State Park with 22 attending including members, mothers and brothers and sisters. Fun was had by all. The next meeting will be Oct. 8 with Jane Walker, hostess. HOSPITAL NEWS SEPTEMBER 19 - Admitted: Mary C. Laubenthal, West Bend, boarder; dismissed: Mrs. Bernard Weydert and baby, Lone Rock; Mrs. Marvin Laubenthal, West Bend; John Hammer, Algona. SEPTEMBER 20 - Admitted: Christian Jensen, Algona, medical; dismissed: Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore; • Ronald Medln, Helen McEnroe, Algona. SEPTEMBER 21 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorweiler, Algona, girl 7 pounds, 10 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black, Algona, girl, 7 pounds, 4 1/2 oz.; admitted: Annie Thul, Bode, surgery; Lillian Thilges, Irvington, medical; dismissed: Roy McVay, Algona. SEPTEMBER 22 - Admitted: John Laubenthal, West Bend, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Sheridan Cook and baby, Algona; Mrs. Grace Winter, Algona; AnnaCink, Wesley; Charles Wilhelml, Bancroft; Mrs. Vivian Burchfleld, Jewell. SEPTEMBER 23 - Admitted: Father Cecil Frledmann, Algona, medical; dismissed: Annie Thul, Bode; Ernestine Kading, Roland Bode, Donald Carlon, Algona. ; SEPTEMBER 24 - Admitted: ' Paul Stroble, Long Beach, California, medical; Steven Boekelman, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Harry Godden, Algona. SEPTEMBER 25 - Admitted: Ronald Burtis, Algona, accident, dismissed: Mrs. Stanley Black and baby, Mrs. Ray Dorweiler and baby, Vivian Kuhn, Ronald Burtis, Kathleen Duffy, Glen Sabin, Algona. SEPTEMBER 26 - Births: Mr. and Mrs.DarrellNemmers, Ban- croft, boy, 6 pounds, 4 o*.; Mr. and Mrs. Galen DeValols, Algona boy, 7 pounds, 1 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Armin Schultz, Algona, surgery; Donald Patterson, Irvington, medical; dismtssad: Irving Miller, John Laubenthal, Algona; Hildreth Pettit, Whittemore. Silver Wedding, Walter Haacks, Oct. 2, Titonka TITONKA- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haack will observe their 25th wedding anniversary with open house, at Immanuel Lutheran church, on Sunday, Oct. 2, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Their children: Mrs. Ken Limberg, Cherokee; Carol, Waverly and Marvin at home will be hosts. No invitations ar»-Jtelng sent, but all friends and relatives are welcome to attend. - o - Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., Mrs. Howard Sparks, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Mary I. Budlong attended the annual cancer meeting on Tuesday, held at the Algonquin room at the Colonial Motel in Algona. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher attended the meeting of the Sioux County Teacher's Assn., held on Tuesday evening at Cunninghams Cafe in Burt. The Sr. M.Y.F. of Titonka Methodist Church went to the County Home on Sunday evening to sing as the church had worship there. The American Legion Auxiliary met on Friday at the home of Sadie Denton for an all day ,pot luck work meeting. The Junior girls came to the Denton home after school to fill the ditty bass to be sent to Viet Nam. Enjoy Greater Savings Now! Crest Bike Tube $|09 Alwayi keep a spare £ 'iandy!26xl.75iize >utyl rubber, u-utt Saddle Bike Basket Attach easily to front or-rear fender, moir bikei, Rtg. $2,98 Rubber Basketball pair Regulation ilze and weight. Weatherproof and icuffproof I 39-0141 Storm Window Kit Complete weather protection! Pour 36x72" plaitic iheeti. 10 Football and Tee 44 . •«« "Hiawatha" tan cowhide itandard size, with kicking IITIC Recoil Gun Pad For added safety and comfort. Sponge rubber. Medium size. 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