The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1966
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Algona (la.) Upper Dtt Molrm Tu^ay, NOV. 8, 1966 /W/ss Wichtendahl Weds David Smifh Oct. 29 Jeanette Wichtendahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, Lone Rock, and David Eugene Smith, SOD of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, Burt were married Oct. 29 at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church. Rev. Venling officiated at the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Joan Wichtendahl, sister of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Carla Jo Strayer. Best Man was Larry Westling. Groomsman was Terry Wichtendahl, brother of the bride. Lisa King, was flower girl and Lenny Davis was ring bearer. Ushers were Bob Christiansen and Mr. Trenary. Soloist was Bonnie Potratz, accompanied by Mrs. Freyholtz. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Pat Groen, had the guest book. Mr. and, Mrs. Bill Orange served punch. Mrs. Vern Smith and Mrs. Becker, poured coffee. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strayer. Waitresses were Barbara Grant, Carol Tietz and the former Pat Harms. Sharon King and Pat Christiansen cut the cake. Ramona Smith and Mrs. Tom Kissner opened gifts. The bride is a graduate of Sentral schools and is presently employed at Friendship Haven, Ft. Dodge. He is a graduate of Burt schools and is employed by Farner and Bocken, wholesale distributors, Ft. Dodge, where the couple resides. Hold Rites For John Farrow OfLakota Services for John Farrow, 85, of Lakota were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Titonka Methodist church. Mr. Farrow died Tuesday at St. Ann hospital in Algoua. He was born Sept. 14, 1881, at Hungry Hill, W. He farmed lathe Lakota area. Survivors are his wife, Maude, and eight sons: Orville of Ban- croft; Merwin, Lawrence. Ben and Donald of Lakota; Milton of Algona, Maurice of Minneapolis, and Ervin of Glenwood. There are seven daughters, Florence, Rose, Mrs. Jake Gigle, Mrs. Gene Kessel, Mrs. Larry Lappe, and Mrs. Alfred Hellman all of Lakota, and Mrs. Ronald Burt of Swea City. Also there are two brothers Harry of Bancroft and Richard of Sauk Center, and 29 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Burial was at Wood cemetery at Bancroft. Division Heart Meeting Set Here Nov. 10 Robert E. McCoy, M. D. of Mason City, will describe the "North Iowa Stroke Rehabilitation Program" at the North Central Heart Division meeting Nov. 10 at the Algona Country Club. The announcement was made by Richard Dean, president of the 14-county division. Other featured speakers will be Willard A. Krehl, M. D., Iowa City, "Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Disease* and State Senator Jack Schroeder who will present Heart Fund awards "for 1966 accomplishments. Registration will be at 6:30 p. m. with a dutch treat buffet ($2.50 per person) at 7 p. m. Business meeting at 6 p. m. PERSONA MRS. W. B. MacDONALD was hostess tc< her bridge club Tuesday evening-. Winners were Mesdames Cliff ftkogstnun and Jerry Shey, Mic^ge Kuester was a visitor. MRS. KATHERINE KRAUSE returned Tuesday afternoon from Wisconsin where she had been visiting her mother, Mrs, Andrew Hansen of Fraaksville. She also attended a class reunion in Burlington, Wise, MRS: WALTER KLAMP was hostess to her sewing club Nov. 1, MR. AMD MRS. Ray Poeppe and Mr. and Mrs. Ardain Eastman went to Cedar Rapids last weekend where they visited relatives. MRS. DALE FARMHAM entertained her bridge club Nov. 1. Winners were Mesdames Frank Rueb and Hal Long. Visitors were Mesdames Rueb and James Lytle. THE NEWLY organized TOPS Club of Algona met Wednesday evening at the home of Joyce Hayden. The club will meet every Wednesday. MR, AND MRS. Philip Diamond spent last weekend in Minneapolis, combining business and pleasure. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Cowan were visited recently by Mrs. Cowan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons of Manchester. THE LEAGUE of Women Voters will meet Nov. 8. The morning meeting will be at 9:30 at the home of Mrs. Wm. Finn and the evening meeting will be held at 8:00 at the home of Mrs. Verne McClure. The program will be "State Hem #2: Education", with Mrs. JimChal- strom in charge. THE ALGONA CHAPTER of DAR will meet Nov. 8 at 6:30 for a dinner at the Algona Hotel. Hostesses for the evening will 1 be Mesdames Roy McMahon, Don Patterson, L. A. Newbrough, for MOTHER or Grandmother 141(011 iHM with the lr Hi-*j MmBnw a w^*" *«W*« — W** n husband and wife toft • »«*«««« ORDER EARLY I WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA Doug Diekman, A. M. Quintard and Elsie Johnston. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Russell Eldtidge of Fenton, whose topic will be "Race, Peace and Crime." MRS. EMMA PAETZ has recently undergone surgery at Hancock county hospital. Have visitors - go places? Your personal news is welcome at THE UPPER Mis MO1NES. Is In Choir Robert D. Pfaltzgraff, director of choirs at Buena Vista College, announces the selection of Kitty Hardgrove, daughter of C. J. Mardgrove, Algona, as a member of the Buena Vista College a cappella choir for the 75th anniversary year. She is a soprano and a freshman in the music department. ~ f CKJUJUMKiJ AD STILL GKT FARMERS SERVICE CENTER of Algona is Proud to Introduce MR.CLYDE HALL, Trained Checkerboard Service Man Clyde, • former farmer and trained serviceman, is well Nullified to: 1. Provide you with the latest management, disease prevention and feeding research information. 2. Help you in keeping records so you can find out for yourself the results that can be obtained by following Purina's Four Checker Program. 3. Provide you with regular on the farm delivery service. WE INVITE YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS NEW SERVICE BY FARMERS SERVICE CENTER AND THE RALSTON PURINA COMPANY, THE WORLD'S LARGEST FARM FEEDING RESEARCH CENTER. Farmers Service Center Merton Ross, Mgr. SO. PHILLIPS ST. ALGONA W. B. (Bing) MacDonoid Republican Candidate County Attorney Kossoth County

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