The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 12, 1965
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Fete Couple At Ottosen; Wed 25 Years OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs. Merle Faulk of Des Moines were honored on their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at the Lutheran church parlors here. Merle Faulk and Lola Wat- nem were married at the Lutheran church Oct. 6, 1940. A short program was given. Paul Watnem gave a reading. Mrs. Ed Nessen sang two solos. Their son, Monte, presided at the guest book. Mrs. Randy Watneia and Mary Nessen were in charge of gifts. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem. Percy Watnem served punch and Mrs. Milton Espe poured coffee. Hostesses' were Mrs. Ed Nessen, Mrs. Stanley Keith, Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Bruce Wat- nem, Mrs. Randall Watnem, Mrs. Paul Watnem and in absentia, Mrs. Pearl Hanson. - o - Mr. and Mrs. L E. Movick have moved from their house into the Kelley apartment behind the hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nash of Galesburg, Ell. were Friday overnight visitors at the Mike Coyle home. Saturday visitors from Illinois were Mr. and Mrs. John Nash, Albert Nash, Mrs. Rebecca Melm, Mrs. Edwin Jung, also Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Johnson and family of Thor, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle and family of South St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nicolino and family of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wier and sons of Spring Valley, Miniu, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Coyle and Charlotte of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Coyle and family of Lu Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brand- hoi] and family of Bradgate. They all attended funeral services for Mrs. Mary Coyle of Eagle Grove. Mrs. W. G. Cooper, Mrs. Helen Campbell and Naomi Struthers attended funeral services for Mrs. Lydia Nickson of Hampton Wednesday. Mrs. Nickson was a sister of Mrs. Campbell. A Lutheran Musical Evangelist, Orben Sime, will bring his message to the Lutheran church Monday evening, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday pot-luck dinner guests at the Darrel Jones home to celebrate Isaac Van Gorkum's 89th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Van Gorkum, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ricklefs and Mrs. Janet Jones and Cindy of Gilmore City, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Gorkum and family of Larchwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Gorkum and Mr. and Mr s.Clifford Jones and Richard of Rolfe and Mrs. Glenn Harris and family of Ft. Dodge. Rev. Hindrna" conducted communion services at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Keith Strayer, lay pastor, also had a part of (he morning service. During the service the Sunday school children were given bars for their pins. Todd Schultz and Steve Frohling received fifth year bars. Those receiving eighth year bars were Debbie janel and Christine Frohling and Tim and Debbie Schultz. Mr. Strayer presented the bars. Julie Petersen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Petersen, fell down the basement stair sand received a brain concussion Sunday. She was hospitalized at Lutheran, returning home Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs, Allan Wehrspann entertained at a card party Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Hang and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Waltman were special guests, LeRoy Worby had high score for men and Howard Thompson low. rtI.-4-.-V »«*••"• *.**»«»•*•*•*•***" Mrs. Victor Meyer had high score for women and Mrs. Eugene Waltman low. Mrs. Olvin Haug had travel. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk were Thursday visitors at the Gerald Iverson home at Storm Lake. Jacqueline Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper, was married to Donald Hall at the Methodist church at Stewartville, Mo. at 7:30 p. m. Saturday night, Oct. 2. Mrs. Essie Cooper attended the wedding of her granddaughter. Kathy Koehl of Hastings, Minn, and Sheila Schmidt of Humboldt were weekend guests at the James Banwart home. Dennis Helmke On Judging Team Of I.S.U. Dennis Helmke, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Helmke of 322 1/2 South Moore St., a student in Dairy and Foods Industry at Iowa State University, will represent the university on a judging team. Three students from Iowa State will attend the regional judging team in Chicago Oct. 14. They will then go to Montreal, Canada for the International Dairy Products Judging Contest and Convention from Oct. 18 to the 20th. They will be accompanied by Prof. W. S. Rosenberger, Dairy and Food instructor at Iowa State. "Kossnth Comity's Favorite Newspaper" Patricia Ricke Of Wesley To Wed, January PATRICIA RICKE Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, Wesley, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia, and John Frideres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischen, St. Benedict. The wedding will be held Jan. 13, 1966 in St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley, CYCLIST 82-year "young" Nettie Anderson of Ringsted has a new three-wheel cycle. She plans to use it often for fun, exercise and as a practical use to carry the groceries home from town. 1965 FOHD GAUXLE500, 2 dr. hdtp. 352 enginet full power, aut. trans. H & H. WARRANTY - SAVE/ 1965 CHEVROLET i T-piokup. V-8, long wide box, heavy duty rear bumper, R & H, semi- custom cab, like New - SAVE.' 1965 DOKE Cornat, 4 Dr. Sedan, R & H V8, AT, White Side Wall Tires, Warranty, 4,000 actual miles,Save - $ 600 1965 FORD Falcon, 2 Dr. 170 cubic inch Engine, Stand. Transmission, heater, white side wall tires, white W/blue interior -------- - - - -$SAVE 1964 CHEVROLET Impala Coupe, Super Sport 283 Engine, Over Drive, R & H, WSW, White with White Interior, Warranty Book - ' $2595 1964 FORD Fairlane, 2 Dr. with 170 cubic inch Engine with Auto. Heater, Like New $1665 1964 FORD Custom, 4 Dr. 6 Cyl. Stick Heater, Dark Blue with matching Interior : _ $1695 1964 PQNTIAC CATAUNA 4-door sedan, standard transmission, R&H, like new . 1963 FORD Custom 300, 2 Dr. 6 Cyl. Stand. Trans* Heater, 1 Owner, Clean, Real Economical • $1195 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Aire, 4 Dr., 6 Cyl. Stand. Trans., Heater, 1 Owner, Extra Clean $1650 1963 CHRYSLER Newport, 4 Dr. Sedan, R&H, Like New, Dark Blue with Matching Interior ------------- -$1895 1963 RAMBLER 660, 4 Dr. Classic, Stick Transmission, R&H $1395 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Aire, 4 Dr. Sedan, V8 Engine, Standard Trans. R&H, White with Red Interior v6'*T 1962 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 Dr« Sedan, heater, Stand. Trans. Like New - - - $1095 1962 CHEVROLET fiiscayne, 4 Dr. Sedan, R&H 6 Cyl,, Stand. Trans, Heater, White with Red Interior ---,-,- $1150 1962 CORVAIR MGNZA 900, big engine, 4 ap, fold down rear seat, R&H, white,with, red interior ......... $950 1962 FORD ECQNOLINE piokup, stand, tr* one owner? xtra nice • • $1095 Algona, (la.)JLJpper Dei MoinesTuesday, Oct. 12, 1965 Burt Auxiliary Donates Funds At Meeting BURT - Donations to the Salvation Army and Veterans hospital were made by Legion Auxiliary members at their October meeting, Tuesday night. Members also purchased and sent to the Unit's assigned child the necessary fall and winter clothing. President Mrs. Oliver Graham reported on the Auxiliary school of instruction held recently at Titonka and also on the district meeting she and her husband attended at Livermore Sept. 26. A birthday card and gift was sent to the Auxiliary's Gold Star Mother, Mrs. Dorothea Knudsen, Blue Earth. Another member, Mrs. Nellie Clark, a patient at an Iowa City hospital, was also remembered. Members also made plans for hosting the county Auxiliary meeting at the local hall Nov. 9. Hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Henry Smith and Elsie Lockwood. Kenneth Richter, freshman at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the weekend at Uie parental Robert Richter home. The Rev. Arthur Campneys, Arnolds Park, were Saturday visitors at the home of the former's parents, the Walter Camp- neys. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill went to Sioux City Tuesday where they attended graduation exercises at Stuart Beauty College. The former's daughter, Catherine, was a member of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dundas arrived home from Rochester Wednesday where the former was receiving medical care and examinations. BISON SKULLS Cliff Tjelmeland of near Mingo recently found two large bison skulls on the banks of Indian Creek north of Mingo. The larger of the skulls is now on exhibit at the State Historical Building in Des Moines. Jack Musgrove, curator of the Historical Building, has determined the age of the bison to be 20,000 to a million years old. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS 196? CHRYSLER NEtftWT, {j dr. sedan, torqueflit-i5i 1 ike new, a beauty $145° 1962 CHEV. IMPALA, 4 dr. hdtp. 283 engine, PS. PB, AT,autumn gold . $U95 1962 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon, 4 Dr. V6 Engine, Stand. Trans. R&H $ 995 1962 CHEVY II Nova Convertible, Standard Trans. R&H, Red with White Top $1195 1961 CHEVROLET Impala Coupe, 2 Dr. Hdtp. New Engine, 6 Cyl. Stick, R&H, white with red interior - - - - $1195 1961 FORD Fairlane, 4 Dr. Sedan, R&H, 6 Cylinder, Stand. Trans. - $ 795 1961 CHEVROLET Impalla Coupe, R & H, 348 Engine, Stand. Trans. White with Rur- quoise Interior ---->--.. .__ $1295 1961 PLYMOUTH SAVOY. 2-dr., 6 cyl. AT R & H, red $695 1960 FORD Galaxie, 2 Dr. Hdtp. V8, O.D. R&H white.with red interior - - - $ 695 1959 BUffCK LeSabre, 4 Dr. Sedan, R&H, P.S. PiB. Good Condtion $ 595 1959 FORD~Custom .300, 2 Dr. 6 Cyl. 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