The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1966 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1966
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4-Algafia (|q.) Upptr ftmday, HOY. 1S, I'M* Annual Meeting Industrial Corp. Set For Nov. 15 JAMES S. CRAIGER The annual meeting of the Algona Industrial Development Corp. stockholders will be held Tuesday, Nov. 15, with a dinner at 6:30 p. m. at the Algona Country Club, and a program to follow. Guest speaker will be James S. (Sid) Cralger, executive vice president of the Iowa Manufacturers Ass*n., Des Molnes. He is a graduate .of the State University of Iowa, holding a master's and doctor's degree in economics. Terms of five directors to the Development Corp. are also expiring and election was taking place this week. Directors nominated for the expiring terms are Jack Chrlschilles, Bill Conn, Kirk Hayes, Harry Greenberg and Burt Harmes. Other directors are Al Agena, George Allen, Dick Cook, Jim Milder, Pat Montag, Jerry Leaneagh, Jack Limbaugh, Murray Mowers, Dave Smith and Dean Taylor. Miss Erpelding Of Algona To Wed, January BLONDINA ERPELDING Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Blondlna, to John Blankenau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blankenau of Dodge, Nebr. A January wedding is planned. Miss Erpelding attended Garrigan High School and received a bachelor of science degree in medical technology fromCrelgh- ton University this spring. She is presently employed in Omaha. Her fiance is a 1964 graduate of Creighton and is in business with his father In Dodge. THE UPPER DES MOINES Kossuth County's Largest Newspaper Circulation. Susan Bode In College Piano Recital Sunday First College series recital of the College of Saint Teresa, department of music were presented Sunday, November 13 at 4:00 p.m. in the College auditorium at Winona, Minn. Students, four sophomores and two Juniors are music majors. Opening numbers were played by Miss Susan Bode, Algona, sophomore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland A. Bode, and a student of Sister M. Ethelreda. Miss Bode, a pianist, will present Allegro in G Major, Mozart; Evening in the Meadow, Rebikoff; and Interrupted Serenade, Debussy. Lakota Couple Are Wed There November 5 St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota provided the setting Nov. 5 for the wedding of Marsha Lynne Krominga and David James Cushman. Rev. Paul Ofstedalperfor- med the double ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. A reception for 250 guests followed in the church parish hall. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krominga and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cushman of Titonka. Paula Krominga attended her sister as maid of honor. Judy Jutting was bridesmaid and Me- lanle Krominga, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Earl Cushman was his brother's best man/ Kurt Rusher was groomsman and Randy Myers, cousin of the groom, was Junior groomsman. The couple will live at Spirit Lake. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Lakota High School. The bride is a graduate also of Nettleton Business College in Sioux City and is employed by First National Bank in Spirit Lake. The groom is employed at Berkley & Co. LEDYARD Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doocy and family visited his parents, the Tim Doocys, over the weekend. Sunday, both Doocy families and the Vincent Engelbys of Austin visited at the Carlyle Engelby home. Supt. Quentin Hardt and Henry, Tom and Tim visited his mother, Mrs. Zllphy Hardt, Saturday morning, Mrs. Alvln Busch was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei were in Algona Wednesday, where they attended the funeral of John Hammer. Mrs. Hammer is the former Mary Manthei, sister of John. Mrs. George Thompson went to LuVerne Thursday where she attended funeral services for a cousin, Milo Patterson, who died of a heart attack. A nephew, Robert Thompson of Mason City, was buried at Mason City last week. He also died of a heart attack. Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs. J. F. Sullivan TUNE-UP SPECIAL ' 5.95 \ (6 Cyl.) PLUS PARTS AND ANY ADDITIONAL iLABORjf-QR IN^UgriON OF EXTRA PARTS (REGULAR LABOR PRICE - $9.50) 1. Check ignition on Electronic Analyzer 2. Adjust distributor points and set timing. 3. Remove plugs — clean and gap electrodes. 4. Take compression test. 5. Test battery cells and clean connections. 6. Test starter draw. 7. Test generator output. 8. Adjust and lighten all belts and hoses. 9. Inspect carburetor settings and adjust. 10. Clean air filter, dry type. 11. Test fuel pump and check fuel filter. 12. Test all lights and wiring. 13. Lube generator and distributor as necessary. 14. Check valves. BONUS VALUE: COMPLETE REPORT OF ENGINE CONDITION REGARDING VALVES, RINGS, COMPRESSION, ETC. 8 CYLINDER MODELS - $6.95 AIR CONDITIONED MODELS - $7.95 LIMITED TIME ONLY PERCIVAL'S I DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA COMPLETE BODY & PAINT SHOP FRONT END ALIGNMENT SPECIALISTS IN ALL LINES OF AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIR & SERVICE . . S 4 4 < < 4 4 < 4 « 4 < 4 Santa's A Swingerl Yes, this is the year Santa is swinging to the greatest sounds a stereo can produce. And Santa isn't alone. Seems that at the top of every Christmas list is "a Stereo." And even Mrs. Claus wants one. Not just any stereo you understand, but the one and only , . . GRUNDIG STEREO! NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. 310 I. STATE AtttONA, IOWA PK5NE 275-3634 and Jeremiah were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koppen of Whittemore and Mrs. Eva Decker of Wells, Minn. Art Rnnksmeier is a patient at Methrlist Worrall hospital, Rochester, Minn. Members of Youth Fellowship of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church picked up corn Saturday. Rev. Victor Vriesen accompanied them. Saturday, members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship will hold a pumpkin pie sale at Carpenter's store. (NEED OFFICE SUPPLIESf W*' INEEl Bate- theft. Upper DCS Good Neighbors Pick Corn At Erieki on farm Ten pickers, several elevators and wagons weie taken to Mrs. Alice Erickson's farm to complete the corn harvest recently. The following mendld the work. Mr. Edmund Frlderes, Marvin Kramer, Harold SaWn, Ronald Sabin, Art Thilges, Julius Winkel, Bert Olsen, Ross Calhoun, Dennis Olsen, Donald Maasdam, Jim Reefer, Marvin Kollasch, John Simon, Don Ericksen, Gerald Ro- ehlean, Eugene Rochleau, Wendall Warwick, Arthur Gade, Lamont Wellendorf, Howard Long, James Wildin, George Wildin, Victor Rochlean, Harold Bosworth, Kenneth Roethler. All of the neighbor women brought in lunch after the work was completed. Mr. Erickson passed away in September. Mrs. Erickson has been hospitalized in Mason City. Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DES MOINES Masonic Dinner, Degree Work Prudence Lodge, Masonic order, will hold a special meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Algona Temple at which the third degree will be conferred by Past Masters of Prudence and other Masonic Lodges. A 6:30 dinner will be served by the ladies of the Eastern Star preceding the meeting. Tickets for the dinner can be secured from the members of Prudence Lodge. Reservations '/. w should be made by Nov. L4.JV11 Master Masons are invitid* to attend. BIRTHDAY R. J. (Bob) McCurdy, Clarinda, was feted at two birthday parties there on the occasion of his 9SUi birthday* fob anticipates reaching 100 in lies and if elected this year as a justice of the peace in Nodaway County, he will be In office at 100 years young. The Page county native is still Very active. DIAMOND'S COLD WEATHER IQW/ IOMIZE - and get Better Values, Too" when You Buy [Your WINTER WEAR at DIAMOND'S. 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