The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1967 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1967
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnei Thursday, Jan. 26, 1967 Wed 54 Years, Wesley Couple Reap Honors WESLEY -Mr. and Mrs. John Licktelg were honored Saturday, Jan. 14, on their 54th wedolng anniversary, at a fam.'ly dinner party at the home of their son, the Dennis Lickteigs. Guests were ths Elliot Waldschm'.dts, Whtttemcre, Mrs. Tillie Waldschmidt of Algona, the Dick Lick- teigs, Sexton, Anita Rose and Mike Lickteig, Mnson City. The honored couple were breakfast guests Saturday morning at the Jack Lickteig home, following the miss that was said for them in St. Joseph's Catholic church. - o - TOWNSHIP HOMEMAKER3 The Wesley Township Homemakers held a 12:30 "Foods Dinner" in the Joe Skow home, Jan. 17. Mrs. Hole.i Jongewaard prepared and served the "curry and rice" dishes. She then entertained the ladies with a very interesting talk on India and had a display of articles from that cou.itry where she was born of missionary parents, and where she lived until she was 17 years old. Assistant hostesses were Mildred Carlson, Opal Nygaard, Marjorie Goetz and Clara Hauptm;in. - o - TWINS ARRIVE Twins, a boy and a girl, weighing in at 5 Ibs., 10oz.,and4 IDS., 9 oz., were born Jan. 18 at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Otis, who also have three preschool children, Lori, Jimmy and Linda, w'.io were cared for in their maternal grandparent's horn?, the Ralph Weirs. Mr. and Mrs. Edmind Otis are the paternal grandparents, - o - Mrs. Minnie Bleich entertained her contract bridge clubSaturday afternoon, Jan, 14. Mrs. Betty B;)de entertained her contract brhlga club Friday afternoon. St. Joseph's Guild met Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, in the parisli hall. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer of Algona gave talks on their trip to R-itna last summer. Circle 2 served lunch. Questions from the question box were answered. Orthell Jolly Workers 4-HClub met Jin. 14 in the Kennetli Havarly hom«. Dorothy and Barbara Haverly gave a clermn- stration on main dish casseroles. Kathleen Haverly gave a iemon- stra'-lon o.i an attractive relish tray. LindaRasmussen and Fonja Fox gave a demonstration on pressing equipment. Joan Rasmussen talked on effect of cooking and baking utensils. Mrs. Haverly and daughters served lunch. The annual Salvation Army drive will get under way within the nex*. few weeks, The local drive w. ! ll be headed iy Mrs. Edna Flom, with. Mrs. Elijah Simpson is treasurer arrl Mrs. L. T. ROD!, comm'ttee mimber. Mrs. Viola Loebig was transferred back to Westview Retirement Home In Britt last week from f Jie Britt hospital where she liad been several w^eks after suffering a broken hip. She had been a resident of the homo the past year. Mrs. Faye Loebig entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening, Jan. 19. Jerry Discher, who is stationed at Ft. Irwiri, Calif., recently spent a 15-day leave in his parental A. C. Discher homo. The Dr. Paul Warner family of Cedar Falls we re Jan. 8 guests in the A. C. Discher home. Guests in the Lester Larson homo Jan. 15 were Andrew Oppedahl of Humbold': and Mr. and Mrs. Ovville Olson of Bode. Richard Loebig, Marine private, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Loebig, was graduated from eight weeks of recruit training at the M'rine Corps Recruit Depot at San Diego, Calif, in December. He will now undergo abjtit three weeks of individual combat training and then following his leave at his home, report to his first Marine Corps assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode attended the 40th wed ling anniversary dinner party for Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prohaska of Garner, Jan. 13, in the "Hull" in Garner. A large group 'A relatives were In attendance. Mrs. Herman Bode was one of the hostesses at a post-nuptial shower for her nephew's wife, Mrs. Robert Eisele in St. Michael's parish hall in Whittemore, Jan. 15. Judy Ronka and Robert Eisele w--remnrriedD>3c. 20 inOm iha, Neb., wMere they are now living. The Herimn and. Franklin Bodes attended the wedding. Th3 Women's M ssionary Society of the Evangelical Free church had guest day Jan. 18 In the church. Donna Kahlstorf, a missionary from Soath Rhodesia, was guest speaker. Guests were from Clear Lake, Britt, the Upper Flat parish and the Mtthodist W. S. C. S. Hostesses were Bernice Larson, Myrtle Lease, Ruth Anfinson, Alma Funnemark and Anna Flom. Due to the blizzard conditions Jan. 16 the Kenneth Haverlys gave overnight shelter to six people, Bill Greens had four people, Kendell Weilands sheltered three men and the Don Erdmans kept five people. There goes a big 1967 GMG from Joe Bradley Equipment Merle Dallam (above right) has just purchased an important addition to his ever-growing farm operation — a 1967 GMC truck from Joe Bradley, (above (eft) owner of Joe Bradley Equipment. Mr. Dallam's powerful new GMC is an EM5500 series that features a 92" conventional cab and 351 cubic inch V-6 engine. A new 16' Fiasco box and hoist complete the unit. Farming near Cylinder, Dallam maintains a progressive operation with the aid of a top-notch combination — GMC trucks and Oliver farm equipment from Joe Bradley Equipment. The Bradley firm is proud to be of service to an energetic man who keep abreast of the times — both in methods and machinery ! Ready-Mix Trucks Cattle Trucks Road Construction Trucks General Construction Trucks Ail-Purpose Farm Trucks The Truck you need for your job Let Us Design a GMC for You "AUTHORIZED GMC DIESEL AND TORO-FLOW DIESEL SALES & SERVICE DEPARTMENT" GMC SERVICE GMC PARTS GMC SALES "Gonoral Motpivtrained men in cvcty department" JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Mrs. Cliff Anfinson drove to Brookings, S. D. Friday to spend a few days with har daughter and fam'ly, the James Raneys. Darrell Rusher of Corwith began work Jan. 16 as assistant in the propane gas department of the K 4 H Co. Mr. and Mrs. Rusher and three pre-school sons will move to Wesley when living Quarters can be founl Mrs. Rusher is a daughter of the Dick Mays. Paul Grandgenetts were Jan. 15 guests in the Harold Grandgenett home at Plymouth in honor of the sixth birthday of the latter couple's daughter, Dobbie. Kathleen Eden Of Titonka Is Engaged To Wed Algona KATHLEEN EDEN Mr. and Mrs. Erwin H. Ed<an of Titonka announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Ann, to James H. Wilkins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilkins of Fayetteville, Ark.. Miss Eden is a senior at Iowa State University, Ames, and is majoring in home economics education. Mr. Wilkins is a senior at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, majoring in economics. A summer wedding is planned. Miss Gangstead Of Fenfon Is Recent Bride t ' SENECA - Chaflene Gang- '!':'$ead, Fafrmnnt, daughter of Mr. ' "and Mrs. Clifford Gangstead of rural Fenton, and Jerry Bucham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bucham of Ceylon, were united in marriage Jan. 21. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Harold Anderson at 3 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted, with relatives and close friends in attendance. The bride was attired in a three-piece suit of oyster white wool with black accessories. Her bridal corsage was red roses and white carnations. Her bridesmaid was Janice Watts, and the groom's attendant was a cousin, David Lund. Also present at the wedding were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Olsen of Armstrong. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at 4 p. m. for 35 guests who were registered by the bride's sister, Cecelia. Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Dale were hosts. Punch was served by the bride's sister, Joleen and the two-tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Dale. The newlyweds went to Arkansas for a brief wedding trip. The bride was graduated from Armstrong High School and since graduation has been employed at Minnesota Mining at Fairmont, where she will continue working. Ths groom attended Dolliver High School, has served in the armed forces and now is operating an oil station at Ceylon. The couple will make their home at Ceylon. Relatives and guests at the ceremony and reception included Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dolin, Dennis and Greg, Wayne A. Schnittger, and Anita Gangstead, all of Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Olson, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bucham, Ceylon; Janice Watts, St. James; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. David Lund, Minneapolis; Myron Gangstead, Cedar Falls; and Jolene, Mark and Steve Gangstead. - o Mr, and Mrs. Gene Friesth and children of Badger spent last weekend at the parental A. 1 - fred Petersens. Nina Kracht spent the weekend at Des Moines where she visited her son and family. Myron Gangstead is spending the semester break with his parents, the Clifford Gangsteads. He is a student at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Children Of Si Joe Couple Hospitalized ST. JOE - Mvtry Kay Reding, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Reding, underwent tonsillectomy in St. Ann hospital, Algona, Monday. Patricia Reding, 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reding, was brought home Friday from Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had been i patient two weeks ind underwent skin grafting on an arm that had been burned with hot coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Becker returned home Wednesday night from a week's vacation and trip to Mexico City, leaving and returning to DOS Moines by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Bee* ker received the week's holiday from the Taylor Implement Co. of Algona. The Becker children stayed with relatives during their wseks holiday. Mr. and Mis. Jerry Becker and fam'Jy have returned from a two-week vacation and visit with relatives and friends in Colorado and California. Mr. and Mrs. Art Winkel and family, Centerville, spent the weekend here in the home of Mrs. Winkel's mother, Mrs. Rosalia nig & family. Sunday evening and Monday was spent with Mr. Winkel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winkel, and other relatives in Algona. Mrs. Rosalia Dig accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Winkel and family Saturday evening to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kollasch and family, Britt. Mrs. Kollasch, the former Alice nig, daughter of Mrs. nig. Mr. and Mrs Roger Anderson and Mike and Mathew, Goldfleld, were Friday evening visitors here in the home of Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Rosalia nig and other relatives. KLGA (B)RIGHT 16OO (OF COURSE) STRONG CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities "For as the body away from the spirit is dead, so faith apart from works is dead." — James 2:26 Christianity means much more than going to church once or twice a week. Taking the body to church is a small physical effort; it is more difficult to achieve a presence of mind, heart and soul. It is not enough to say we have faith, and to believe It. We must show faith, in the daily conduct of our lives, in our constant approach to problems and situations. In the performance of good works, faith is strong and most clearly evident. Read your BIBLE daily and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: ROY HUTZELL - DIST. Gulf Petroleum Products 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC, O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - GMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires - Stanhoist KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractor* - Trucks - Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heekart St. - Algona, Iowa SHUTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Fwt" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169

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