The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1965
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Janice Leek, Wesley, To Wed Corwith Man 14-Algeno, (la.) Upper DM MoinM thunday, July 15, 1965 PoftlandS Meetings Keep Women Busy PORTLAND - The Four Corner Social Club met July fi in the home of Marian Spear. Ten members wore present. After a short business inert ing, the afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served In the hostess. The next meeting will lx> held Anpist 3 in tlie home of Hazel Carroll. The Portland Social Chili met Thursday in the home of Esther Williams. Ten members were present ami one guest, Mrs. Stella \Viskus. The afternoon was spent playing bingo, everyone uinning a prize. Lunch was served In the hostess. The next meeting will Vx? held Sept. '.) at the Portland Community hall. This will Ix? a picnic dinner, no meeting in August. PURELY LOCAL Mrs. Edmund Larsen, Mrs. Effie Teeter and Mrs. BobArend went to Minneapolis Wednesday where they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark of Grand Meadow are grandparents, their daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Leek of Berwyn, HI., lx?came parents of a baby girl last week, weighing 8 Ibs., 4 ozs. She has been named Debra Lynn. Mr. Clark is a brother of Mrs. Ray Fitch and the Clarks are former Portland residents. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Mrs. George Hix called on Mrs. Jack Weiland in Britt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Oarel Leek of Wesley announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Lynne, above, to Timothy L. Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Long, Corwitli, August 23. Sue of Kansas City, Mo., were dinner guests in the Ray Fitch home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister, Eugene Meister and Mary Ann Goetz enjoyed a picnic dinner at Okolxiji the Fourth. Bill Meister and five other boys spent from Friday to Monday at Lake Okoboji in a cabin. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister, Eugene and Mary Ann Goetz were picnic supper guests in the John Welp home in Bancroft. Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf called at the Victor Fitch home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern went to Buffalo Center to visit Mrs. Milton Farrow who is in the hospital there. JUDY GERBER spent the past week here with her parents, the Lloyd Gerbers, and over the weekend the family flow to Quincy, 111. to visit the Stewart Albrights, former Algona residents. Judy is a nurse at University Hospitals in Minneapolis. JOHN T1ELEBEIN attended a Lutheran Mutual insurance meeting in Eagle River, Wis., this week. ANN M. WILSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wilson, recently attended an orientation session at Iowa State for incoming students. MR. AND MRS, Darrell Bruns, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Brims and family, Crystal Lake, Shirley Ann Bruns and family, Madison, S. Dak. and Mrs. Henry Bruns, Algona, met at Charles City Sunday for dinner and spent the day together. MRS. DAN SYKES, the former Sharon Rodgers, was honored at a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. VernonKrullSunday. There were many guests present from several area towns. Assisting Mrs. Krull were Mrs. Russell Rodgers, Lone Rock and Mrs. Jack Myers, Algona. MRS. HELEN Putzstuck was visited the past week by Mr. and Mrs. John Putzstuck and family, Denver. They also visited other relatives. PFC. ALLAN Schultz, stationed In Germany, recently graduated third in his class from USAREUR organizational maintenance wheel vehicle course. He Is the son of Mrs. Kathryn •••'-•»•—^^^•••^^^•^•^i^^^'^^^^-^w- GOOD OL' SPECIALS! 1st Quality, Mesh SUMMER PLAYWEAR CLEARANCE Shorts — Blouses — Skirts Purses — Dresses — Slacks REDUCED BRACK'S BAGGED CANDY 15 KINDS - Reg. 29c bag 3 bags Ik mm HEMMED TEA TOWELS C FANCY GIFT WRAP ASSORTED DESIGNS Special Occasion A Regular 2 pkgs. for 24° Rtg. 25c per pkg, LADIES CANVAS SHOES BLACK or WHITE Sixes 4 • 10'j rrison's Schultz, Algona, and entered the service a year ago. MRS. SHIRLEY BRUNS ami throe children of Madison, So. Dak. visited last week In Algona with Mrs. Henry Druns. Tlip former is in charge of admissions at General Beadle College in Madison. MRS. JAMES FOSTER of Dallas, Texas and Mrs. Dick Noonan of Humlioldt, former Al- gonans, caller! on Mrs. Frank Moulton last Thursday. Tho ladies are former classmates at Algona high school. MRS. EUGENE MURTAGH has .spent a few days in Algona this week. Mr. Murtagh had joined her at West Lake Okoboji last weekend and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thoreson and family were also there. Recent guest at the N. J. Weydert home was Charlotte Patrick, Jamesport, Long Island, N.Y. This week the J. J. Schumacher family of Pueblo, Colo, are visiting the Weyderts. Mrs. Schumacher and Mrs. Weydert are sisters. Carol Franks Of Swea City Plans Wedding HOSPITAL NEWS July G - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Becker, Bancroft, girl, 8 pounds, 11 oz.; admitted Thomas Murray, Bancroft, surgery; dismissed - Sister Mary Evangelist, Bancroft; Carrie Durant, Sheila Struthers, Algona. July 7 - Admitted- Louis Johnson, Algona, medical; dismissed - Mrs. Henry Seller and baby, Algona; Baby Daryl Becker, Bode. July 8 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Steve McCall, Algona, girl, 8 pounds, 3 oz.; admitted - John Devine, Britt, medical; Mrs. Grace Winter, Algona, medical; Frank and Julie Met zger, Algona, T & A; dismissed - Mrs. Irene Kramer, Donald Kramer, Mrs. Norm Christian and baby, Algona; Thomas Murray, Bancroft. July 9 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler, Ottosen, boy, 8 pounds, 8 1/2 oz.; admitted-Mrs. Hazel Nelson, Algona, medical; Scott and Gregory Koepke, Burt, T & A. . July 10 - Birth - Mr. and 1 Mrs; Thomas King, Algonaj girl, 8 pounds, 11 oz.; admitted - Hazel Vlpond, Algona, medical; Mark Bernhard, Fenton, surgery; dismissed - Mrs. Vincent Becker and baby, Bancroft; Scott and Gregory Koepke, Burt. July 11 -Admitted-Lloyd Muckey, Algona, medical; Ella Kollasch, Whittemore, medical; dismissed - Ada Vogel, Burt; John Devine, Britt. July 12 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. John Burns, Algona, boy, 7 pounds, 13 oz.; admitted - Rhonda Puffer, Algona, T & A; Ezra Blanchard, Algona, medical; dismissed - Mrs. Steve McCall and baby, Algona. CAROL ANN FRANKS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franks of Swea City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Richard G. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Olson of Armstrong. Carol is a 1964 graduate of Swea City Community School. She attended Bethel College at St. Paul, Minn, and MankatoCom- mercial College and is presently employed by Railway Motors at Fairmont, Minn. Richard is a 1963 graduate of Swea City Community School. He attended Sioux Falls College at Sioux Falls, S.D. and is nowfarm- ing with his father northwest of Swea City. A September 4th wedding at the First Baptist Church in Swea City is being planned. Slate Shower A miscellaneous shower will be held for Mrs. John Hasse July 19 at 7:30 at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt. Mr. Hasse is formerly of Burt and now lives at Moorhead, Minn. The wedding took place July 11. LAST DAYS! SUMMER SHOE SALE AIR-STEP & CASUAL SHOES BLACK PATENT - WHITE - BONE WHITE LIGHTNING - BLUE - BEIGE - RED All heel heights - All *!xes - All widths ALL AT NEW LOWER PRICES $5.99 $6,99 $7,99 •1 OT •• W Mi M •• •• • •• 9m •• •• •• IB •• M •• *• •• '•• •• • SMARTAIRE DRESS SHOES HEELS & FLATS BLACK PATENT - WHITE - BONE WHITE LIGHTNING - BLUE - BEIGE RED All heel heights - All sixes - All widths $4,99 t9 $7.99 ROBLEE & PEDWIN MEN'S OXFORDS MESH & PERFORATED All colors - All widths - All sixes Black Mesh - A's to E's - 6V'j to 13 $6.99 to $10,99 BROWN kill SHOE STORE ALCONA. IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET Parking Lot Square Dance Here July 17 The annual 4-H Square Dance will be held Saturday, July 17, at the Algona Parking Lot. Mr. Lloyd Frazee will be the caller and will give beginner instructions from 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. The square dancing will begin at 8:00 p. m. and last until 10:00 p. m. A group of 4-H'ers will entertain half-way through the program. All 4-H'ers, 4-H leaders and their families are cordially invited to attend. Infant Daughter Of Ex-Algonans Burial Friday Services were held Friday, July 9th in Spirit Lake by the Rev. Fr. E. Thorn, St. Mary's Church, for the infant daughter Lori Kay, of Mr. and Mrs. Floy Wolterman of Spirit Lake. Lori Kay was born Tuesday, July Gth and died enroute to Iowa City, Thursday afternoon, July 8th. She is survived by her parents, three sisters, Debra, Linda and Louise, her brother, Donald and her maternal grandparent, Mrs. John Miller, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Floy Wolterman were former residents of Algona. NOTICE! WE WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS . . . MONDAY, JULY 19 ... IN THE FORMER DR. PLOTT OFFICE AT 110 NO. MOORE STREET, ALGONA. CALL NOW AND MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENTS. OPERATORS ARE IRENE KEENE BUSCHERFELD AND ANN BAAS. ALGONA BEAUTY SALON IRENE WALDRON, Owner PHONE 295-7190 Be In Style! — OLD TROUSERS TAPERED A PLEATS REMOVED. —ALL LADIES AND MEN'S CLOTHING ALTERED AND REPAIRED. MODERN DRY CLEANERS and TAILORS hone 295-5277 • • • Algona NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OR VARIANCE FROM THE ZONING ORDINANCE. Public notice is hereby given that the application of Paul Carlson whose address is 713 S. Harlan, for a variance from the Zoning Ordinance to permit construction of a carport closer to the side yard-than zoning order allows has been scheduled for hearing before the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa, on the 20 day of July, 1965, at 9 o'clock a.m. at the City Hall in Algona, Iowa. The applicant and any other interested parties wishing to be heard are requested to be present at that time. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT By Everett Barr Chairman (52) FINAL MARK DOWN I Entire Stock SPORTSWEAR I SKIRTS as low as '3 BATHING SUITS Values to $12.98

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