The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1965 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Fete Two Couples Here Bullock, now of Milton, Iowa, has been granted the Dawson Lowell Music Scholarship. The scholarship Includes a week at the summer music camp at Drake University, Des Molnes, and began Jul? 5, There are but two of these scholarships presented each year In Iowa by the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs. Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glee Bullock, will be a senior In the Fox Valley Community high school this fall. - o - Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches enjoyed a joint outdoors worship service at the Good Hope church July 4 with Algona (la.) Upper DM Motne* Tuesday, July 13, 1965 Two couples, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bunkofske, Algona, shown here, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nelson, Sacramento, Cal., who were married on the same date, were feted on their twenty- fifth wedding anniversaries Sunday, July 11, at the VFW hall here. The open house observance of the anniversaries was held from 2 to 5 p. m., with many relatives and friends in attendance. Cheryl Lovstad. Assisting Linda in opening her many gifts were Mrs. Larry Bunkofske, Mrs. Eugene Heerdt, Charlene Curtis and Vickie Haase. Hostesses were the Mesdames Ray Lavrenz, R. Willrett, Ray Lovstad, Charles Cur- jis,- Jerry •Wiener, H. D. McFarland, Waiter Rentz, Henry Smith, Charlotte Habegar, Ken Cook, Fred Hilton, Delmar Angus, Bert Wermers, Merle Schwietert, Don Mitchell, Ray Devine, Melvin Johnson, Russell Thompson, Ray Westling, August Bernau, Melvin Haase, E. J. Cherland, Glenn Black, Mike Long, Roland Lavrenz, Bernard Melster, Stan Gardner, W. E. Woltz, Lawrence Presthus, Chas. Lappe, Charles Spry, Bob Hamilton, John Gilford, Kate Groen, Lee Dixon, Wilbur Doege, Jack Gettman, Earl Meier, Helen Weiske and Clifford Curtis. - o GETS SCHOLARSHIP A former Burt youth, Roger Shower Honors Miss Ackerman At Burt Hall '•S^:--•'•'? V ; "'l r r-.' .. -.• ' :-.•'', >i?'i-^-^*i^i*"«»' BURT - Linda Ackerman was honored at a pre-nuptial shower at the Burt Legion hall Tuesday evening. The many guests attending were registered by Mrs. Dennis Johnson. Corsages were presented to Linda, her mother, Mrs. Muriel Ackermna, her grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, to her fiance's mother, Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske, and his grandmother, Mrs. Ira Bonnette. Mrs. R. H. Willrett was in charge of the program. Included were two selections by a quartet, Audrey, Charlene, and Charlotte Lappe and Nancy Ackerman, accompanied by Mrs. Ray Lavernz, and a reading by We are headquarters for the complete line of quality STORNlbRicorrugated steel grain bins in capacities from 1,000 to 36,400 bu. Come in. Let us show you their rugged full-galvanized construction; their steep-pitched roof that allows a heaped fill; the choice of door heights and positions, and how easily they can be converted for use as a batch dryer. We've sold and erected STORMOR bins all over this area and we sincerely recommend them as your best investment in grain storage. SEE THE QUALITY STOCKDAirt •f IOWA FAILS, k KYICKHTH Rev. Merlin C. Davies bringing the message. A picnic dinner was enjoyed by all at noon. Mrs. Rhoena Behse, Detroit, Mich., is spending the summer at the Wallace Hawcott home. Mrs. Don Mitchell and Judy attended a pre-nuptial shower for Loveda Kohlwes at the home of Mrs. Ida Dreyer at Fenton Wednesday evening. Miss Kohlwes will become the bride of Keith Mitchell at Belmond Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Batt arrived home Sunday evening after a week's visit at the home of their son, Sgt. Darrell Batt and family at Fort Campbell, Ken- tucky. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Batt, who went on to Winchester, Tenn. Friday to attend the marriage of Larry Hinckley and Barbara King Saturday. Harold was best man at the wedding. The Batts also visited relatives in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meier and family have moved into the former Ruth Petersen Trunkhill residence on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell arrived home the last .-of the week after spending a > month at their island home 04 Eagle Lake, Ontario, Canada. The Mitchells entertained relatives at their cabin. at your service.... A FACTORY TRAINED COLOR PACK EXPERT (ABOVE - A POLAROID FOTO) Bless Rusk, above, has successfully completed the Polariod Corporation training program in the sales and merchandising of Polaroid Land Cameras. He is qualified as a "Factory Trained Color Pack Expert." In the above photo, Mr. Rusk is holding the newest model of the Polaroid Color Pack Camera. It is the fourth model to be introduced by the Polaroid people. It has the same great film, the same fast loading, the same electric eye operation, and the same big color prints in 60 seconds as the other three models. Yet Polaroid has figured out a way to bring it to you for ONLY HALF THE PRICE of the original model. Stop in and talk to a "factory trained expert" about the new economy model of the famous Color Pack Camera! Now Polaroid has one for the price Rusk Drug & Jewelry Algona, Iowa

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