The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 29, 1968 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 29, 1968
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(le.) Upp*r fat Maine* Thursday, Feb. 29, 1968 Algonan Wec/s Fefc. 77 Edra Cheryl Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wallace Thompson, Amity, Mo., and Thomas John Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Anderson, Algona, were married at the First Christian church, Maryville, Mo., Feb. 11, at 2:30 p.m., with Rev. Russell Evans performing the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an Empire style, bridal satin gown, with a white fur border on the train of the dress. The fingertip bouffant veil was fastened to a pill-box ° style headpiece. She wore pearl earrings and carried a bouquet of white roses over her mother's white Bible. Mrs. Randy Phillips was matron of honor, and Mrs. Bill Prichard, bridesmaid. Michelle Anderson and Tammy Prichard served as flower girls. Phil G. Anderson, brother of the groom, was best man, and Richard Olsen and Truman Shackelford were groomsmen. Randy Phillips, Gene Cartee, Bill Prichard and Larry Hinton were ushers, and candlelighters were Tom Horsman and Paul Bray. Mrs. Larry Hinton, sister of the bride, was soloist, accompanied by Linda Workman, organist. A reception followed at the First Christian church with Mrs. Sherry McCrea registering the guests. Assisting with the gifts were Mrs. Phil Anderson and Mrs. Richard Olsen. Buffet servers were Robert Carpenter, Miss Sterling and Miss Martin. A wedding dinner was held at Armstrongs in Maryville, Mo. for 26 guests at 6 p. m. The bride is a graduate of Maryville High School and North West Missouri State College and was a Spanish-French teacher. The groom graduated from 'Algona High School and North West Missouri State College, Maryville, Mo. and is presently employed at the Iowa State Bank in Algona. After a short wedding trip the young couple will be at home at the Morck Apartments in Algona. SOCIAL EVENTS COFFEE PARTY Mrs. Merle Webster gave a coffee Feb. 16 in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Henry Furst. Guests were Mrs. Inez Wolfe, Mrs. Netha Mathes, Mrs. Ethel Colwell, Mrs. Lloyd Robinson, Mrs. Harold Erickson, Mrs. Dean Jergenson, Mrs. Jess Lashbrook and Mrs. Duane Hackett. Mrs. Willard Gregson and Mrs. Mildred Sorenson were unable to be present. - o - ATTEND FETE Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster were at Ayrshire Sunday, Feb. 18 to attend the silver wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dwyer. - o - WOMAN'S CLUB The Woman's Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Dale Struthers. She was assisted by Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mrs. Lyle Steele. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB The Rebekah staff Birthday Club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Bernita Lynk. - o - VALENTINE PARTY A Valentine party was held recently in the recreation rooms of First Baptist Church. Out of town guests were girls from Pillsbury Baptist College, Owatonna, Minn. - o - PLAYED. BRIDGE Mrs. Frank Moulton entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs,. Gene Hood for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eischeid, Ft. Dcrif e* Mr. and Mrs. s. j. patter* fpn, Mason City, and Mrs, Gusta Patterson, CHURCHES SATURDAY, March 2, 6:307:30 a.m. will be the first of a series of Bible breakfasts for men at the Johnson House. Tickets are available for $1.03. FEBRUARY 23 at 1 p.m.,apro rata meeting of the North Central Presbytery was held at Ackley. SUNDAY, Feb. 25, from 2:30 till 5:30 p.m. a district MYF rally was held at Grace Methodist Church, Spencer. THE January circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met with Mrs. LeRoy Strohrnan. THERE will be a 1968 area meeting of United Presbyterian Men in Chicago March 8-10. Present will be Rev. and Mrs. Robert Woods of Charleston, S.Carolina. A bus will leave Algona March 8 at 5 a.m. and will return March 10, For further details contact Joe Skow. THE Presbyterian Guild meeting was held Feb. 26 at 7:30p.m. with hostesses Mrs. Ivan Parrott and Mrs. Homer Klein. Program, Mrs. Elmer Cook; devotions, Mrs. Glenn Jones. - o MRS. LLOYD MUCKEY is making good recovery from cataract surgery and went to Mason City Friday for a check up by Dr. Alcorn. Later she will have s".r- gery on the other eye. Nine other persons in this area have had the same surgery in the past several months, all successful. MR. AND MRS. W. B. Nugent, well-known former Algonans who have lived in Des Moines many years, have sold their home and taken an apartment in the new ten- story building on Fluer Drive. Mrs. Nugent will be remembered as Zaida Dingley, sister of Helen, and Mr. Nugent, Bill to Algonans, was for many years administra* tor at Veteran's Hospital. He retired a few years ago. The apartment has a fine view of the Wakonda Club. THE PLUM CREEK Homemakers met Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the home of Florence Kain. Mrs. Kain and Marcella Garman were hosting the meeting, with Elinor Wilson and Jean Benschoter assisting. Beulah Seely, Doris Ruhnke and Leola Gardner were in charge of the program. Alice Elberf Is Married Here Feb. 17 At St. Cecelia's Catholic church, February 17, at lla.m., Alice Marie Elbert, Algona, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Elbert, Whittemore, and Gale Dean Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stone, Webb, la., were united in marriage, with Father Smith performing the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by Urban Elbert, her uncle, was attired in a long caged gown of imported French lace over peau de sole with a sabrina neckline accented with sequins, long tapered sleeves, with scalloped lace bordering the hemline. The gown featured a bowed detachable tiered lace train, accented with tiny sequins. The elbow-length veil of bridal illusion was attached to a cabbage rose headpiece of peau de soie. She wore pearl earrings, a gift from the groom, and carried a bouquet of white roses with feather mums. Pam Stone, the groom's sister, acted as maid of honor, and Mrs. Dennis A. Elbert, sister- in-law of the bride, served as bridesmaid. The bride's personal attendant was Judy Thompson. Dennis A. Elbert served as best man and Raymond J. Elbert was groomsman. James Elbert and Gerald Streit were ushers. Mrs. Vincent Bernardo, soloist was accompanied at the organ by Ann Hamilton. A reception was held at the American Legion hall following the ceremony with Mrs. Thomas Gibson registering the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Casey were dining room hosts. Mrs. Robert Stone and Mrs. James Elbert cut the cake with Inez Hannover and Judy Coleman serving it. Norma Harms presided at the punch bowl. Gifts were in charge of Mrs. Ronald Hejlik, Mrs. Harlan D. Wagner, Mrs. William Vaske and Mrs. Robert Ludwig. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, and the groom graduated from South Clay High School, Webb, la. The young couple will reside in Florida where the groom is attending Naval school. Ranked Fifth Garrigan High School's debaters were placed in fifth place in the north district of the state high school debate standings this week. The local team ranks behind Ft. Dodge, Mason City, Ft. Dodge St. Edmond and Ames in this district. 'i I I I f I I MUNICIPAL UTILITY A postponed meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held at Sid's Cafe, 114 No. Thorington St., Algona, la., Feb. 16, 1968, at 12:01 o'clock p. m. Present were Buchanan, Bay and Ira Kohl, Sec. Absent were Harmes and T. James Palmer, Supt. The minutes of the meeting of Feb. 1, 1968, were read and approved as read. Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Bay, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call voting "Aye", Buchanan and Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. LIGHT FUND Postmaster, Postage 101.20 Pay Roll, Pay Roll 3,274.29 M. Bilyeu, Labor 284,53 W. Brunei 1 , Labor 288.71 D. Van Ginkel, Labor 168.17 J. Parsons, Labor 170.43 R, Frideres, Labor 218.52 H. Wray, Labor 212.59 M. Meehlhause, Labor . . .129.97 ' Reding Gravel, Ser 53.56 Utt Elec., Supplies 27.00 Grouse Cartage, Freight.. .16.35 Struecker's Conoco, Gas 131.19 Walter R. Ratai, Inc., Eng. Fees 245.00 KLGA Radio, Adv 46.20 Advance Pub. Co., Adv. . . .84.10 Algona Reminder, Adv. . . .56.91 Treas. of State, Tax 1,200.00 Algona Ins. Agency, Ins... .45.42 Arnold Gade, Exp 25.00 Maurice Thompson, Exp. . .25.00 Dale Baxter, Exp 25.00 Elaine Albright, Exp 10.00 M. J. Mowers, Exp 42.50 George McVay, Exp 20.00 Keith Rowley, Exp 25.00 Richard Norton, Exp 10.00 Werner Struecker, Exp. .. 40.00 ACTION The AHS girls intramural basketball teams got off to a fine start (?) last Tuesday in the local gyms. The going was really tough as various injuries were reported. One of the most severe cases was Diana Levy, who sprained her ankle while trying to avoid stepping on her teammate . . . .the refs are for real, too! Not gym teachers any more, but real professional (?) refs! - o - The winners of the free theater passes for the people selling most annuals in their classes went to Jeff Gilmore, senior, 45; Kathy Buchanan, junior, 13; Jean Taylor, sophomore, 15; and two freshmen girls, Linda Darbyshire and Nita Limbaugh, tied with 15. The junior high sold 9 yearbooks all together with 8th grader Jackie Taylor (another Jean?) selling five and Lori Herbst, a 7th grader, selling four. - o - Pep buses loaded up and took off for Alleman last Saturday for the district wrestling tournament. Cost for the ride down was $1.50 and $.75 for admission to the tournament. - o - The Junior High had a decent WATER FUND Kossuth Co. Recorder, Ser 66.00 Pay Roll, Pay Roll 405.23 M. Krebsbach, Labor . .. .196.48 W. Peterson, Labor 239.26 M. Meehlhause, Labor . .. .28.42 North Cent. Pub. Ser., Gas 120.22 Reding Gravel, Ser 94.50 Struecker's Conoco, Gas.. .46.92 Treas. of State, Tax 250.00 The salary of Paul Oldham was set at $435.00 per month. T. James Palmer, Supt., was designated as the authorized representative to act for and in behalf of the Algona Municipal Utilities at all meetings of the North Iowa Municipal Electric Cooperative Association. Next meeting date was set for Mar. 4, 1968, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Meeting adjourned. IRA KOHL SECRETARY ALLEN K. BUCHANAN President of the Board wing ding last Friday night when the gang was treated to an old movie in the auditorium followed by about 45 minutes or so of dancing. . . .rumors were that they even had to sit in special places! - o - The Cadettes received word that they will perform for the sec- ond consecutive year in the "Big Barn," Wednesday, March 13, during the first game of the Girl's State Basketball Tournament in Des Moines. AHS is mighty proud of your performance. - o - A wonderful pep meeting skit was put on last Friday as some students got a bundle of laughs out of Jean Taylor, Ian Davison, Cathy Chrischilles and Jeff Gilmore. The main characters acted out what was supposed to be The Wizard of Oz. Anyway, it was worth 20 minutes of class time! - o - Fond Father: "Now, sonny, if you are a good boy today, I'll give you this nice, new shiny penny." Sonny: "Aw, Dad, can't you make it a battered old quarter?" IT'S THE CHILDREN I FEEL SORRY FOR ... Protect your loved-ones from whispers of pity. Assure them a proud, secure place in the community with adequate life insurance. It takes only a moment to make a lifetime of difference. JOHN R. BURNS Phone 295-2503 Box 302 Representative for Central life Assurance Company "One of the best" - since 1896 Algona, la. PLYMOUTH'S Wm.You-Ovnr Bn'MCudn Spoils F.isth.irk Wln-You-Over Barracuda Special Includes all of the following equipment at our special reduced price. 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