The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1965 · Page 4
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Aleono (la.) Upper DM Moinet Tuetday, June 22, 1965 Maribel Kain Of Algona On European Trip Maribel Kain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kain, Algona, left Fort Dodge June 17 by plane for New York where she will fly to Europe for eight weeks. Miss Kain is a junior high science teacher at Denver, Colo. She will spend some time in New York on her return trip and expects to be back home Aug. 12. Confirm 12 At Two LuVerne Churches LUVERNE - Confirmation services were held Pentecost Sunday, June 6, in the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church with the ReviRalph Hinde- man officiating. The class consisted of John Blumer, Douglas Marty, Jane Schnetzer and Norman Marty. All were received into membership but John Blumer. Norman Marty was confirmed on Palm Sunday in the Renwick EUB church then joined the LuVerne church. Pentecost Sunday was observed in the LuVerne ZionEv. Lutheran church with a class of eight, confirmed by their pastor, the Rev. R. T. Mueller officiating. Members of the class were Bart Selby, Dennis Blumer, Paul Ernst, Russell Bristow, Kristine Meyer, Michele Coyle, Kathy Wittmeier, Connie Hefty. * * * Mrs. Bernard Coyle is the new bookkeeper at the LuVerne Co-op Elevator. Elden A, Guess is the manager. Miss Emma Krause, her nephews, the Howard and Richard Krause families, attended the wedding in the Lutheran church in Renwich of Marie Ann, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt of Renwick and Fred Neisham of Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. George Hargrove of Ames visited several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty. Mr. Hargrove was graduated May 27 from Iowa State University, Ames, with a degree in Animal Husbandry. They left for Raleigh, N. C., where he will attend graduate school for his master's degree in animal breeding. Mrs. Marty accompanied them to Genoa, near Chicago, to visit their daughter, the Eddie Link family. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, LuVerne, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and their children attended the commencement exercises at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Their daughter- in-law and daughter, Mrs. Chas. Weber (formerly Nancy Chambers) was a graduate with class of 1965. Mrs. Weber will teach this fall in the Waterloo school. Charles Weber is attending Iowa State college. Ronald Stone has secured a job with the Walnut Grove Feed Company at Atlantic, Iowa, in the credit department. He reported Monday, June 14. Ronald, the son of Mrs. Lucinda Stone and the late Ray A. Stone, was graduated February, 1965, Iowa State University, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blumer, Menomonie, Wise., Mr. andMrs. James Blumer and family of the state of New Mexico and Phil Blumer, Midland, Mich., visited with their father, Paul Blumer and their mother, Mrs. Paul Blumer, ill and in the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge. W. S. Blumer, Minneapolis, came to be with his brother, Paul Blumer, for a few days. Hugh Shirk was released recently from the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge where he has been a medical patient the past four weeks following a severe heart attack. Mrs. Henry Marty is home after visiting with their daughter, Vera, the Eddie Link family in Genoa, HI. Mrs. Clem Stripling took their baby girl, Jennifer Ann, to Iowa City recently for a check-up at the University hospital. BEST WISHES TO VAN'S Hideaway Lounge s WE ARE HAPPY TO HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO FURNISH ft INSTALL THE UGHT FIXTURES, NEON, ft WIRING FOR THE NEW HIDEAWAY LOUNGE. UTT ELECTRIC The Christiannairs Sunday school class of the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church enjoyed a 5 p. m. potluck picnic at the Livermore town park. Attending were the Jerry Wolfe, Donald Marty, Melvin Marty, Lawrence Marty and Otto Lawson families. Sheri Ramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus and Rae Ann Brink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Brink have gone to Lake Okoboji for the summer where they have employment; Sheri, at the Methodist camp and Rae Ann at Manhattan Beach. The girls are both attending Iowa State University, Ames. Miss Nancy Brink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Brink of LuVerne is employed in Algona for the summer. Carol Ristau, daughter of the Harold Ristaus, is employed at Anvers at Ft. Dodge for the summer. A 1964 graduate of LuVerne Community high school, she attended Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, Mo., the past year. no change to your present setup for TV. With "SPAT" you will have to pay for it in your Increase in taxes .... this is whether you want to use it or not. With "SPAT" you will have to add UHF antenna pointed at the "SPAT" station . Also, if you have UHF strip tuner in your present set you will have to add strips to tune the "SPAT". All at your own cost and taxes also. If you are satisfied with pre- sent operation of your TV set you will still have to pay taxes on the SPAT system and pay taxes for the fellow that pays no taxes. I believe that government is in enough business without getting into TV rebroadcast. Harold S. Roth A Taxpayer INVINCIBLE METAL FUR. NITURE franchise*! dealer Upper DCS Molnes Pub. Co. TO -—^ VAN'S New Has Few Words [Hideaway Lounge Of Comment On 'SPAT' Proposal LETTERS TO EDITOR Dear Editor: It sure is easy to find a way to increase taxes .... now comes "SPAT". With it we all would be forced to pay for a TV system that the people of Algona voted down twice. Basically the purpose of a system is to improve reception of TV in Algona whether it is cable or "SPAT". With cable you have a choice of taking it and paying for it or not taking it and no pay and CUSTOM CABINETRY Built & Installed by ilJNITED UNITED BUILDING: Building materials 295-2619 ALGONA "Wiring Cwiiwdtd tr AlOONA 29*4139 f The Best Of Luck To VAN'S HIDEAWAY LOUNGE IT HAS BEEN OUR PRIVILEGE AND PLEASURE TO HAVE FURNISHED THE CARPET AND DRAPERIES & TO HAVE FURNISHED GENERAL DEC- LOUNGE 5 IMAS roR VAN/S NEW HIDiAWAY ^ ./ FURNITURE and CARPETS Algona

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