The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1970 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1970
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1 ,"-''^S/T'- ; 5 i W, ' '-*-- , ; - -^ i, ~ W*i'WW. ^^ *&&m ;^i - VB tfrmi'ifii^jN «* * WO i(4NI|B *RmjM) Z*fc3|^aHBMlfcfli f^ST^«- UNflityMHIfvll Bill Welsh 1$ N«w Assistant Mgr., Diamond's Algona Council Names Committees For 1970 >%&** XMMe Stater •*tHfi :^BESSSeris~ ,,„„, s j|*m rABOt. wbo teaches lor jamto. Mr. aad Mrs, L. MR AND MRS, KMM& Ce»- Mttt wen visIM Cbristaas »r* a*8 Mrs. Larry Oiso* Brwc*, Braat aad Lorry. Pen, '' MR. A]3> MRS, BobBradlord tern ntaraed to Cedar Falls Kfer a Christmas visit with the tewex'c pawnts, Mr. aad Mrs. BL 4. Bradford. Tb* Bradford's «oa» to. Is located at the Ka- ttHsi G«rd Base at Sw Antonio, Teas. ,• < MR, AKD MBS. L. A. Wtnkel ***** catst* Dec. 28, Mr. aad Mrs. AJcfbsr Wfefeel, Ceater- MR. AKD MBS. Nkfc Reding as* Mr. aad Mrs. Charles Bor««»V VbfitHDor*. haw been visited far their grandchildren, Bxtife and SbeQa Reding, Deo- «r.Coto. ' , , . MJJKLYX SROW tod caajor • Dee-»fa tbe Fairmont tt«fi Dec. ., t BETES were held 21 i»TrJ«tty Latberan i.5. ten D«. 10 at are TCNfi .sad Mrs. cJruwtHtfi . , ^/4eA _ be bald at 1 pj tit tproftan wffl M w _. Lesito Tttmr, aa Algom .^fc^A.-. j.* ..*_. A^JL* J^jg^ "MlUMi 1 £ i BCaooi MMNiinw tw« -—^- MMbers arelavttedtoeatdwtnt their law* boar. Hocteseesare Mrs. Clintoa Gcddea aad Mrs. Yen MtClare, chartman of the January circle. Ju. t,ameiab»rshlpaadevao- feJisn mwtiat will be held at Mr. and Mrs. Gifett Graham's at 7i30 p.m. The general meeting of wootn ot the United Presbyterian Church will be b«W Jan. 8, wife a one o*dock hnkCheon. The profram, "Two tft a Trap," a skit, win be presented by the easctttlve board. Ctrde D will serve. Devotion* by Mrs. Alvta Huenbold, music by Mrs. Richard Burt Both drde will meet at Span. JeroW "ptngel and Mrs. Keith Christie. » Tbe Trinity Lutheran Ladles Aid meets Tnursday, January 8 at 8 o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ma Znmach,andMrs. Basel Sduetder. Tbe evening circle meets at 8:15. Bostesses will • ! be! Mrs. Sharon Skaar aad Mrs. Roanne Harms. < Next Sunday the Walter League meets at 5p.m. • " InstaUation of Trintty Lutheran officers was held Sunday, Jan. 4. Tbe officers are now Pres. Mitch Taylor; Vice-Pres. James Anderson; Secretary, Glair Blossom; Treasurer, Floyd Thles, Many others were installed in various departments. ••- * *«. * s » =* WED £0 YEARS * Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shepperd observed their 50tb*eddiDgannI- tersary Dee. 27 with lOdS a. m. at SLf CeeeUa*s Cattolic Cbareh wttbMsgr. P.P.., , Gearen offldatiag airi Mrs. E^C klrs, Kick Fitch ccltbraM a Wrttdty anaitfertary Jan. S» aad •as Joined by betdau^ers lira. Detmat Ptafte, Mrs. AftoaWey* dert and Mr*. Raynwod Thilfes, ail d SL Jtoe, «te bad of '•<*vi -v£ i Vtimt~''V»*.'mrnA* at the. Y>,W.*tftalHBr about 90 rela- ttves. Table waUresses were ; ... ;ttfeyByaa.>Ma^Moala8v Linda. *^ aad Vicky Manrell and Ramooa i JpBa> ^ii^.rt% - £**!••' *^*H if .'ft.-f^* j_ v. <W '#&.'.• in i* , Mr A, «' J f, •; k' ft , Opea boose was held from tto 4 p. [ RECEPTION C.D.A. wul boWa dinner meeting and reception for new members Jan. 6. The dinner starts at 6:30 p. m., with tbe reception : of new members to follow at 7:45 la fee Academy ball. PEOMEETWG Mrs. Dean Koob wfll be as, sisted by Mrs. Ed Gflmore at the P.E.a Meeting Wednesday afternoon. SLUG CHURCHES During January, the Ladies Aid and evening circles of Trlnty Lutheran Church will meet Jan. 8. X CARD CLUB Mrs. Pearl Potter was hostess to her card dub last week Wednesday afternoon. ; COUPLES MEET Mr. and Mrs. James Lowman entertained their couples dub Saturday evening. CARD CLUB ' Mrs. Harold Knecfat will be hostess to her card dub Wednesday. Rites held Tuesday for Fred Hiiitz , UVERMORE - Services for Fred J. Hinta, 68, were held at 10:30 ajn. Tuesday In the hu- manuel Lutheran Church with the.Bev. Wttliam Stock offldat- "ii^: Burial wss in Ibe.LuVerno ~ Cemetery* with the Blake Funeral tin ^ _ OandlM committees tor the BILL WELSH William R. "Bill" Welsh, 23, has been named assistant manager at Diamond's store in Algona by owners Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond. Welsh, a native of Montetuma, is., has been manager, of the REA Express office here for the past four years. He Is a 1964 graduate of Montesuma High School. He is married to tbe former Ruby sterk of Montesuma. They, have two children, Skip, 4, and Stephanie, 2. Most Adult Classes To Jan. 12 Open 'Jww^* Bast,? »- -fr*»»"»5«^.^ l 1 ^'- <7*^~ ^*~ *^" wjth her parents, Ur Most of the Adult Education classes conducted by the Algona Community School in cooperation with the Iowa Lakes Community College are to begJnMondayeY*- nlng, Jan. 12. .. •- ' There are a few exceptions with some classes scheduled on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, and some classes , to .be conducted later in the, school year. The, Adult Men's Recreation- class is to start Thursday evening, Jan. 8. Classes'that are scheduled to begin Monday' evening are beginning sewing, advanced sewing and alterations,' tailoring; fain- fly life education, consumer education, decorating your home, ,»spced reading, lajman's law, in- «]&, att named by Mayor Finn: ways, tneaas aad flniMe -Dr» Kevin Nash, Sheridan Ca* aad John Levy. , Purchasing - Cook, Nash and t AW Fire - Levy, Stan Mttkey aad HerbHedlund. ; Severs, dralnafe and sanitation - Muckey, Mark McGulre andHedtond. Streets, alleys and sidewalks- UtXMn, Hedlund and Kash. Rales and ordinance- Hedlund, McGulre and Cook. Tbe first named member of each committee will serve as chairman. The mayor also named, with council approval, Dr. Nash as mayor pro tern: F. U MeMahoo, treasurer; and Kuk willey, fire chief. Tbe playground commission selection, was .tabled. Mayor Finn also renamed police officers, Including Chief Al Boekelroan; Rich Groen, assistant chlif; and Ernie Hutchison, Pete Jorgenson, Jim Voigt, Al Schadendori and Jerry Thompson, policemen; .and the comfort station committee, Mrs. . Ann Courtney, Date Smith and Al Boekelman. Tbe council reappotnted Dave Smith, city clerk andsuperinten- dent of public improvement; Nancy Sands, deputy city dcrk; Jim Andreasea, cttyattorney; Dr. Joseph Roooey, health officer, and 'Albert Pergande, street commissioner. tt tabled action on the planning and inuring fipmffllf***)"- - Allocation ot funds, which shows a balance of anticipated revenue and expenditures for 1970, was, prepared and okayed. Totals balanced^ at* $1,960,067, ' with these amounts listed: General fund -$45,000; Street fund, $83,140; Road Use Tax $81,000; Public safety- $108,020; Sanitation fund - $33,650; Sewer rental - $37.000; Recreation - VKTORiAROCHLEAU Mr. andMrs* Bugeoe Rochleaa, Bode, announce the engagement of their daughter, Victoria Gene, to Mark Edward Blerstedt, SOB of' Mr. and Mrs. HQbert Bler- stedt, Whitteroore. < Miss Rochloau is a graduate of Algona High School and Spea- cer Business School and Is employed at Druggists Mutual Ins. Assoclatioo. Mr. Bierstedt Is s graduate of Seotral High School. served to the Army and is employed at totenniiooal Hamster Coi '.'"*.<.: No date has been set for the wedding. $37,105. Debt service fund - $36,422; Municipal enterprise - $48,600; Parking meter fund - $13,000; Trust and Agency - $15,150; Utilities v $1,339,500; Uquor Cootrol profit - $19,000; aad Tort Uahlllty- $3,500. > Tbe cottadl also set the time and date for rccdving sealed bids on a pair of hood lettings. To be held at 7:30 p. m., Jan. 21, at tbe dty ball. Included in the sale wffl be $3,000 special assessment bonds and $135,000 general obUgaUoo bonds, all doe to the curb and gutter project completed here daring 1969. , The council alsograntedabeer permit to Ron and Jerr/s. v/ j-Jfl** JtfMJ i^..ii ^™^ -^ —- — w —-^» , i^ T --r'- macter, Kim and Mart, fiUi- boma City,, Oktau;; Mr. and Mrs* Wm. Stewosoo, Ames; Mr. and Mr*, Vfayw Stevensoo, Madrid Mr, ; Btamer, Delatoe Blumer lesBhimer. ifr. Hlnbt was bom at Renwick, on Oct. 5, 1901, son of 'John and Elisabeth BtnU. He v was married to Leooa Ramus < An *Jan. ,6,1934 at Parker, So. "IWt. They resided hi Uvennore since tfaehr marriage where .be operated fee Sanrmy DX tenk ***- -%se5|lce'for over 30years. * JX^rfty_ H _^ i., ml ^"'^ i ~ *JL- <C"" _ dnrch treiwrat, ape,is r and more recaotly-was , •'flWSftfi!!*^^ ajnrstaW _ help training, upholstery, and flower, arranging, v/.. .- •• , Also, sketching and oil paint- ins, water 'color painting, woodworking, exercise for women, beginning bridge,, .Jnterwedlato bridge, ceramics, beginningcon- 'tjrttofc'i —.-. .,.j,., „ manahlp,, general ; metal shop, • •'besic .'.aviaBoa,-' and high' school '*;oulv»Wicy"wlft*'^'\--"V' :l * : 5 i '~* V* ^ * LIT- < ^ ^ J, ^v. «» r-^i^ ^l/"* >„' ¥ Algona girls sure get to faraway places.; Betty*Bniy T has been at Bali, the PMllppines, liktooesia; and Bangkok; Marilyn Dreesman| Is in Hong Kong LUUe.tand .wife, few»,months ago,; they were in '- ' - Sherman golog as dele-, aUoosaubcoavwAloo. - ^v , * _ to i ?'-» e >-r& k^kTO'^wt!f*»i»r.^;^«,p««fi^^ ,,, _ ,^» by red ribbons and a vee sprig of '-holly anU berries. f ., 'M/ ' u f • ! ^r, : r-o "•*,.' "'^ i; '!%* >, j^4_¥ t jf "v°^ ; ^Uf-j,^?'' ^A^'iv , " The Hawcott-Hopkins triohaire the t best Woa of equaiiilng the ;"dlnner d1she«^Tbeyplayatan»e-- r «hoit ; oae '~ and Itot^oser bat : tooo the dishes.' isn't that ctrta? ' v*i> ;3»" Joanne Hutchison sent mesa , . i^*Vi v * » - 1 l '-* 1 '' j.^. ._ J ^-»*_A. Mil I & ' ^CfttflfU 'it fee home 3&3T..ZZ:? *• '& '(•

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