The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1965
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lO-Algonn, (la.1 Upper Des Moines fhursdoy, October 21, 1965 .' J f' ; . : ili!llHI»inni||IliMllllil!!IW'i!|«^ AROUND ALGONA BY RITH SHIERK MR. ANT) MRS. Don Htmpatr of Bodp attended MIP funeral of Raunond Wprnimont at Can oil and Breda last Saturday. On their return trip they stopped at Auburn to visit ar, unrip, Ra\ Hunpate, who is in failing health. SEVERAL ALGONA women attended a workshop of the Learue of Women Voters in Des Moines yesterday (Wed.). The rronp included Mrs. William ,1. Finn, Mrs. J. C. Everds, Mrs. Jack Limhauph, and Mrs. James Aml- reason. Mrs. Finn is the local president. RICH GROEN, assistant police chief, attended a meeting of the Iowa Police Association in Mason Cit> Tuesday and Wednesday. SEVERAL MEMBERS of the local Republican Women's ur- panization attended a meeting in Sioux City Monday. The croup included Mrs. L. L. Riter, Mrs. H. M. Honsbnich, Mrs. Marc Moore, Mrs. R. M. Thore.M>n and Mrs. John Sclmttor. Mrs. Tlioreson is local president and Mrs. Schutter is president of (he 6th District Republican Women and presided at the meeting. MRS. J. C. EVERDS spent several days last week in Allison with her granddaughter, Suzanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Everds. GUESTS LAST weekend of Mrs. C. D. Schaap were a cousin of the late Dr. Schaap, Dorothy Vos of Bettendorf and her aunt, Mrs, Martin Smith of Davenport. The group visited Dr. Schaap's mother in Sheldon Sunday. MRS. TED HERHST entertained her (u-o-table bridge club Thursday evening. Winners of pri?<->s wore Mrs. James Kolp .iii.i Mrs. Hrx Taylor. HKITK Sl'NDKT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet became artivr last week in Tri Omega fraternitv at Luther College in Deo iah. Mr. and Mrs. Sundet expert to attend the football game there this wnekend. Their daughter, Sluron, received notice this ueck that she has been accepted to become a student next \ear at Luther College. ATTENDING THE State Banker's convention this week in Des Moines from Alpona, were Hill Conn and Hill Nugent from the Se.-urih State aJid Ed Giltnore and Arlan Teugwall of tlie Iowa State Hank. THERE WERE many from here wlio took in the Iowa-Minnesota game at Iowa City, last Saturday. Some lasted through Die rain and many didn't. Some of those attending were Pudge Miller, Dennis Miller, Hud Menneke, Steve Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr., and Curtis Johnson. ALICE CONDON entertained at luncheon and bridge honoring her sister, Mrs. M. J. O'Leary of Manson who was her guest Friday. STEVE OSTRUM, who lias been employed at the Bjustrom Furniture for the. past several years, is leaving in the near future to take a position in a Dubuque furniture store. He also has been serving as president of the Algona JayCees. Uour Autumn Pleasure "Quality you CanTaste" At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Anderson-Erickton Dairy Co. wenetnene? ALWAYS on the receiving end? Be a sender too, by starting a vacation savings account with us. Our generous earnings make dollars add up fast ... let you go a long way on that wished-for trip. Save here, now—leave on vacation in no time at all! 4% ptr annum DEPOSIT BY THE 15TH - EARN FROM THE 1ST \5mrn FIDIBAL SAVING* AND LOAN A»«OCIATION 220 East State Street • Telephone 295-3545 • ALGONA Corner East State and South Harlan Street AMONG NUMEROUS local folks who attended the lowa- Minnoesta footbaJl game at Iowa City, Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Harmes and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg. THE "Promenaders" square dance club will hold their next rlance, starting at 8:30 p. m. Oct. 23, In the V. F. W. hall with Bill Fisher the caller. At present, there are 29 couples in the organization, with Mr. and Mrs. Don PeCoy as presidents. DR. MELVIN Bourne entertained nine memliers of his card club at his summer home on West Okobojl Lake last weekend. MRS. WES Bartlett left Saturday to join her husband In Chicago. Mr. Bartlett, trustee of Klwanls International, left Tuesday to execute his duties In training and indoctrinating newly-elected governors and secretaries of Kiwanls, who will take office in January. Their son Brett is living with Mrs. W. A. Foster, mother of Mrs. Bartlett, during tlie absence of his parents, who expect to return to Algeria today, (Thurs.). Barbara Bartlett, teaching In Storm Lake, spent last weekend In Sioux City, where she visited her brother, Bill, a student at Morningside College. They attended Homecoming activities and a piano concert by Van Clyborn Saturday evening. MRS. WILLIAM F. Steele entertained her sewing club Monday evening. MR. AND MRS. John Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes attended the football game at Iowa City last weekend. MRS. MEL BAY was hostess Tuesday to members of the Delphian Society. Her daughter, Sally, spoke on her stay in Spain last summer. Marilyn Dreesman Oct. 9 Bride England, and attended the University of Geneva, McGill University in Montreal, Canada and graduated from the State University of Iowa. The couple will live in Strasbourg, France, where both are attending school for a year. The bride was the honoree at a pre-nuptial tea Oct. 2 at the home of Mrs. Joseph Bradley. Other hostesses' were Mrs. Walter Bradley, Mrs. Dan Bray and Mrs. Jon Deim. 45 guests were present. In the evening Mrs. Wayne Keith entertained at a dinner party for 30 guests at her home. HOSPITAL NEWS mi October 12 - Dismissed: Mrs. Myrtle Dailey, Algona; Mary Sheridan, Bancroft; Robert nig, Bode. October 13 - Admitted: Mrs. > .Margaret Sheppman, ,Dar\ene, "Weydert," Algona, mediqal; Don-" aid Roethler, Algona, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Melvin Roeber and baby Whittemore; Mrs.Han- nali Lynch, Lone Rock; Frank Spilles, Wliittemore. October 14 - Admitted: Hannah Pearson, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. John Henry and baby, Algona; Mrs. Dean Elbert and baby, Whittemore; Henry Otto, Algona. October 15-Admitted: Timothy Welp, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Hazel Nelson, Algona, medical; dismissed: Hannah Pearson, Ronald Roethler, Algona; Marilyn Margaret Dreesman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman, was married to Jacob Chuang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lipton Chuang, Hong Kong, on Saturday, October 9, at 4:3 Op.m. in Cures St. Paul church, Grange- Canal, Geneva, Switzerland. The double ring ceremony was performed in the stone church which dated from the early 19th century. It was lighted by candles and decorated with baskets of pink and white roses, lilies, gladiolas and chrysanthemums. The bride wore a Bianchi creation of re-embroidered Alencon lace and silk and wool. October 16 - Blr^h:\Mr, and Mrs. Jack Davis, Algona, boy, ' Her mantilla was of Belgian lace. She carried a nose-gay of pink rose buds and stephanotis. Her double strand of pearls was a gift of the groom's mother. She was attended by Nina Gorenson of Washington, D. C. and Baden, Germany, as maid of honor. Best man was Leo Chuang, brother of the groom who attends Terenure College in Dublin, Ireland. A reception was held at the Hotel DuRhone following the ceremony. Fifty guests attended the 7:30 dinner in the hotel. A civil ceremony was held Monday, October 4, in the chambers of Judge Misseldine in , , • -: •!•••• • Des Moines. The bride's parents and the groom's brother, Anthony Chuang, who attends Notre Dame University, were present. Special guests included the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lipton Chuang of Hong Kong, his uncle, Paul Chuang. of London, England and brother Leo of Dublin, Ireland. The bride graduated from Algona high school, then attended Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va., the University of Geneva in Switzerland, graduated from Drake University and received a M. A. from the State University of Iowa. Mr. Chuang is a graduate of St. John's College, South Lea, Special Purchase Latest 1965 WULP1KR Special selection of new papers for every room-choice of florals, provincials, plains. Buy now and save one-half I SALE ENDS OCTOBER 30 SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE ALGONA Grumbacher Artists Supplies — Custom Picture Framing Claire Keith, Algona, medical; William Liesner, Algona, medical; Norman Kunkel, Livermore, medical ; dismissed : Andrew McGuire, Bode; Melvin Elbert, Whittemore ; Timothy Welp, Bancroft. October 17 - Admitted: Mrs. Arlene Christensen, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Charlotte Weiner, Algona, medical. October 18 - Admitted: Mrs. Patricia Householder, Wendy Householder, Whittemore, accident ; Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson, Albert Lea, Minnesota, accident; Wesley Hardy, Algona. New V-8 power makes '66 Chrysler • f hard to beat. LEGAL NOTICES FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION RECEIPTS Cash on hand from last report .......... Receipts — Ticket Sales — Including Tax; Outside gates Night grandstand & quarter stretch Total ticket sales Concessions and privileges Advertising in premium list Se program State aid (this year anticipated) Miscellaneous receipts of fair: Stall and pen rent „ Exhibit space rentals Total miscellaneous receipts of fair Total receipts of fair County aid Money borrowed Other receipts Total receipts from sources other than fair Grand total receipts (including previous balance) 1.412.62 5,789.29 4,163/Jfl 331.63 897.50 9.9S3.05 1,391.71 400.00 2,100.00 1,229.12 7,589.36 1,500.00 8,067.21 15.073.88 14.156.57 30,6-13.07 DISBURSEMENTS Open premiums: Horses, ponies and mules ____ ...... . 134.00 Cattle (beef and dairy) ............. 365.00 Swine .............................. 338.00 Sheep, wool and goats .... ...... _____ 266.00 Agriculutral products ............ ___ 25.00 Fruits and vegetables .......... _____ 114.25 Plants and flowers .................. 156.75 Culinary products .................. 110.50 Textile and art dept ................ 152,78 School exhibits ...................... 326.50 Township Booths ................... 55.00 Total open premiums ....... ...... 4-H & FFA Premiums: Colts ............................... 30.80 Cattle (beef and dairy) ............. 1.274.40 Pl«* ................................ 342.00 l.ambf ............................. 78.80 Oilier 4-H & FFA premiums ........ 822.59 Total 4-H & FFA Premiums ..... Total premiums other than speed Speed premiums ........................ , Music and attractions ................ ... Miscellaneous expense of fair: Advertising ........................ 764.28 Printing, stationery, record blanks, etc .............................. 613.48 Postage, express, freight it drayage 30.00 Administrative and office pay rolls 402.18 Gate department, pay roll .......... 364.77 Police and parking pay rolls ........ 39530 Hay i oils all other departments --. 620.95 Gem .'• minion labor during fair 1.331.69 All ' . .\,> use of fair . .......... 2,870.20 Tui.u i'. .5,1 noons expense of fair Total ,:>i', ...e of lair ........... Indi'bteiinu&a j pievious years paid --. Kxpeiuv otlK-; than fair: Perniiiiu'i:' impiovements .......... - Mainlcnaiu-i,' of ground* & buildings Insuiiinfc .... ..... . . . . ........... .. lute it- si . ............ . .............. All oi 2.043.75 2,648.59 •J.WSI2 34 1.10000 2,17001) So does our deal. other than fair .'! expense PviU-.ul Tuxes . .......... . Tola! expense other than fair Gi.i.'id total UaluiKX' on hand 7,392.83 15.355 17 i.eaow 8.150.14 1.003.SO 1,031 11 11375 1,841.84 13.1 u>u» Every 1966 Chrysler comes (and really goes) with a big V-8. "Smallest" V-8 — a brash 383 cubic incher. Turns regular gas into premium performance. Our biggest - a 440 TNT Special. For a lot more muscle at little more money, see us - move uo, it's easy. THRYSTFR ' Big Win-A-Ca- Sweepstakes. Come in and register to win a '66 Chrysler, Imperial or Plymouth: Perclval Motors, Inc. • 800 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa

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