The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1967 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 5, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upp.r Dei Molnw, Jar,. §/ 1967 Miss Rochleau Weds Carolyn Jean Rochleau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Roch- leau, Algona, became the bride of Larry Albert Gibbs, son of the Roy E. Glbbs, Dec. 26, at 3 p. m. at Trinity Lutheran church. Rev. Paul Sohn performed the double ring ceremony. Marilyn Paetz was organist and Mrs. Pat Hartwig, soloist. Mrs. Joan Leek, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Betty Wickwire and Mrs. Rosalie Brenholdt. Best man was Steven Miller and groomsmen were David Gibbs, and Capt. James Brenholdt. Jeffrey Brenholdt was ring bearer, flower girl was Sharon Leek, ushers, Gary and Roger Rochleau and Gregory Brenholdt and James Pergande were candlelighters. A recption was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Mrs. ClaudiaSchafer registered the guests, Carole Zimmerman and Cella Ann Greenley dipped punch. Mrs. Mary Rochleau and Mary Lee Rochleau poured coffee and the cake was cut by Mrs. Marilyn Rochleau and Mrs. Barbara Gibbs. Mrs. Bernice Pergande was dining room hostess. Waitresses were Berta and Susan Pergande,. Ann .Buffington and. Edith Ruark. Mrs. Paula Behrendt, Mrs. Carol Gray, Sylvia Hoffman and Louise Paulsen opened the gifts. Gift carriers were Tari Rochleau, Julie Brenholdt and Annette Glbbs. Mrs. Lynne Miller was the bride's personal attendant. The bride is a graduate of Algona High School and State College of Iowa and is teaching in Waterloo public schools. The groom, after serving four years In the U. S. Air Force, is now attending State College of Iowa. After a honeymoon In Wisconsin, the couple is at home at Cedar Falls. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Teacher From Rhodesia Is Wesley Guest WESLEY - Donna Kahlstorf, a teacher with the Evangelical Free Alliance Mission in Rhodesia, was a guest of Anna and Ethel Flom Tuesday, Dec. 20. Other dinner guests that evening in the Flom home were Lois Bentele, Mrs. Edna Wubben, Alma Funnemark, Margaret Flom of Ft. Dodge and Janet Sweers of Britt. Miss Kahlstorf is spending a 6-weeks vacation with her parents, the Fred Kahlstorfs in Brltt. 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No money down when you buy it on Sears Easy Terms, 65 X 6518N-White enameled cabinet »158.88 65 X 6519N—Coppertone enameled cabinet 158.88 Sears Catalog Sales Office 115 E. State Tele. 295-3549 Funnemark and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Paulson. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welg were ChrUtmaa Day guests In the Maurice Roach home in Mason City. The women are sisters. The Lowell Erdmans of Decorah and the Lee Smiths of Arlington Heights, m., were guests of their mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman and of their sister and family, the Chas. Vestrems over the Christmas weekend. Saturday Dec. 24 guests in the Mrs. Louisa Fish home in honor of her 76th birthday were Mrs. Clarence Fish, Alvina and Kathy Fish, Wesley, Mrs. Wllma Kuhlmann, Mrs. "Skip" Fish and Mrs. Clara Cronan, Corwith,and Mr. and Mrs. George Roth and two children of Woden. They all were guests of the Floyd Armstrongs and Vine Fish, who live with Mrs. Louisa Fish. Frederick Girres left Thursday for Monterey, Calif., where he has been stationed at an Army camp. He had spent a leave in the parental Adolf Girres home. The Dennis Vitzthums of Estherville and the Jerry Judges of Boone were Christmas Day guests in the parental Leo Goetz home. Grace Goetz and her husband, John De Lander of Minneapolis, Minn., have recently adopted a two months old girl, Rachelle Ann. They also have an adopted boy, Gregory, who is 2 1/2 years old. The Ben Wagners of Fort Dodge and the Dwlght Wagners of Algona, were Christmas Day guests of their mother, Mrs. Blanche Wagner. The Dwight Wagner's son, Terry, Is In the Navy, stationed near San Francisco. The Don Vogels of Lohrvtlle were Dec. 25 and 26 guests in the parental Mrs. Jo Meurer home. The George Hlrners spent Christmas Day with Mrs. Charlene Hlrner and daughters In Emmetsburg. Christ! came home with her grandparents for a week's visit. Mrs. Alice Hirner and Roland spent the holidays in Madison, Wise, with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Wendell Williams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in the home of their daughter and family, the Jim Walmsleys in Webster City. Guests in the Mrs. Emma Olson home for Christmas were the Don Olsons, Ft. Dodge; Oscar Wagners and Del Cinders, Mason City; K.James Olsons, Jefferson, S. D.; Robert Olson, Sioux City; Jeannle O'Donnel, Mason City; and Mike Olson, who leaves Jan. 18 for Air Force service in Alaska. Mrs. Viola Loebig, who has been a resident at Westview Retirement Home in Britt, suffered a broken hip when she fell Tuesday afternoon and was taken to the Britt hospital. Sister Kevin and Sister Damian of Cedar Rapids spent several days last week in the parental Elmer Doughan home. All were Dec. 26th guests in the Leonard Arndorfer home. Dan Arndorfer and Vickl Arndorfer of Cedar Rapids spent the Christmas weekend in the parental home. Christmas Day guests of Mrs. Frank Johnson were her two daughters, the Paul McNeils of Spirit Lake and the Stanley Simpsons of Wesley, also Mrs. Johnson's brother, Leonard Larson. They all visited Mr. Johnson, a resident of Westview Retirement Home at Britt. On Christmas Eve, Mrs. Frank Johnson and the Paul McNeils were guests in the home of the McNeil's daughter, the Lynn Kuecks in Algona. Dec. 26, Mrs. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom visited Mrs. Flom's sister, Mrs. Wallace Donovan, a patient in the Dickinson Memorial Hospital in Spirit Lake. Christmas dinner guests in the Paul Studer home were the Ben Materns, Garner; Carlene Matern, East Moline, HI.; Verne Redlngs, Woden, and Carolyn Studer, Des Moines. The Gaylon Vitzthums and Tom Smulls of Stuart were afternoon callers. Carolyn Studer and Carlene Matern visited Mr. and Mrs. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Nnton, low* Exptritnctd Embalmtn and Puntral Dlrtcton Reflablo 24 Hour Ambulance Itrvlcf Funtral May Bt Rtftrred To Ui With Confidenc. FINTON 189-2796 HINOSTID I66>1004 166-1001 166*1970 Jerry Judge In the Lee Goetz home Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matern of Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Studer attended the funeral of Sister M. Leonora on Saturday, Dec. 24, at Mount St. Francis In Dubuque. The deceased was a sister of the late Leo West and was 84 years old. Louis Studer, who is a student at Our Lady of the Ozarks, Carthage, Mo., spent his holiday vacation in the parental Paul Studer home. Federal Land Bank Enters Fiftieth Year The observance of the Golden Anniversary of the Federal Land Bank System during 1967 will include the widespread use of a specially-designed symbol, according to Eugene H. Hutching, manager of the Federal Land Bank Association at Algona. The Fiftieth Anniversary will be observed by more than 700 farmer-owned Federal Land Bank Associations throughout the United States, he said. Theme of the observance will be "Amrrlca's Farmers -- Providers of Plenty." 1917 O 1967 The symbol was designed as a composite of ideas representing production and growth in agriculture and the service rendered by the Federal Land Bank. The shape and color follows those of the official blue emblem adopted by the Federal Land Bank Associations several years ago. Hutchins said that observance of the anniversary year in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming -- the states served by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha ~ will include recognition dinners sponsored by local Associations; special activities in conjunction with Association annual stockholders' meetings; and a film highlighting the progress of American agriculture. The Algona Association, along with 87 others in the Omaha District, also will support a public information program calling attention to the contributions farmers and ranchers are making to the economy by providing an ample supply of food at reason- ble prices, Hutchins said. "Capital is one of the tools farmers and ranchers use to make operations more productive and efficient," he said. "And, the use of borrowed capital has increased steadily through the years." Long-term farm loans out- standing in the Algona Association in Kossuth County exceed $7,189,000 compared to $2,829,000 ten years ago. More than 340 farmers are members of the Algona Association and share in its ownership. Livermore Boy Gets Post As Iowa House Page Tim Caldwell, 14, son of Mrs. Mary Caldwell, Livermore postmaster, will be a page in the Iowa House of Representatives during the 62nd General Assembly. Young Caldwell received word of his appointment Friday in a letter from William R. Kendrick, chief clerk of the House of Representatives. Harold Knight, (R), newly- elected representative for Humboldt and Pocahontas Counties, was instrumental in obtaining the appointment for Caldwell who served as chairman of the Humboldt County Teenage Republican Club. An eighth grade student at Twin Rivers school in Livermore, Caldwell will be one of 10 youths who will report for duty in the House in Des Moines Jan. To Hold School Bus Driver Clinic Jan. 19 The Department of Public Instruction, Transportation Division, will sponsor a series of 18 workshops during January for school bus drivers with a second meeting scheduled at the same time for superintendents and driver education instructors, and a third for transportation supervisors and mechanics. Beginning time for each session is 7:30 p.m. with those from a 35-mile radius invited. The workshops are especially designed for new drivers and parochial school bus drivers but all drivers are invited to attend. The schedule includes: Jan. 9, Jefferson; Jan. 11, Lawton; Jan. 12, Storm Lake; Jan. 16, Osceola; Jan. 18, Mason City; Jan. 19, Algona; Jan. 23, Mount Ayr; Jan. 25, Denison; Jan. 26, Fort Dodge. FLOUR SACKS Mrs. Gretchen Bond, is restoring and remodeling 'an old home in DeSoto and found some flour sacks dated 1865. Mrs. Bond has restored several old homes in Wyoming. For Office Supplies and Metal Business Furniture visit the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. in Algona. In the face of rising prices in almost every field, you can get more electricity for fewer pennies today. • Our costs are going up, too . . . but more efficient operation . . . more efficient equipment . . . and your increased electrical use help us keep electric rates low. • What does this mean to you? • The more electricity vou use, the less it costs you for each kilowatt hour of electricity ... the more electricity can do for you in your home or office. p Electricity ... the biggest bargain s'ou can buy today . . . means more posver at losver cost to vou today . . . and every day. Algona Municipal Utilities SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Christmas Eve guests at the John Peterson home were the Everett Johansons and family, the Jerry Wegners and fam'.ly, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson. Christmas guests Monday at the Junior Ellis home were members of her family, including the Roger Lindes and family, the Walter Petersons and family, the Clyde Larsons and their son, Garry and family of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linde, and the Marlln Lindes of Norfolk, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr were among other guests at the home of their daughter, the Keith Poshustas at Mason City Christmas Day. The Wallace Dawson family attended a family gathering at the home of his parents, the Walter DawsonsatDunnell, Minn. Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harrison (Karen Goraczkowski) and Barbara of Racine, Wise., came Friday for a visit with her family, the Walter Goraczkowskis. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine returned home Dec. 20 after a visit with their daughter and family, the Bob Himes at Los Alamos, N. M. They were gone ninedaysj "Ktwiath Cowty'8 Favorite Fantastic Voyage Too Busy To Have Fun? 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