The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1965 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1965
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16-Alaono, (lo.) Upper D« Moin« Thundoy, October 28, 196S Burt Students Will Produce Mystery-Comedy lU'KT - Shulents at Hurt high schcxil are busy practicing for "The Nipht of ,Tanuar\ 16th," a mystery-comedy play to IT presented at the school at 8p.m. Nov. 9. The cast of characters includes Vickie Koestler, 'Jane Rarslou, Dong Black, Clint Patterson, Joe Fries, John Fries, Merwyn(Doc) Cunningham, Linda Fairbanks, Duane Peter, Steven Scheer, Kathleen Patterson, Diane Miller, Diane Hoppus, Claudine Cranston, Phil McFarland, Warren Waltman, Boyd Hristow, Donald Westling, Nancy Becker, Deb- oraJi Kohlhaas and Diane Person. Robert Ortman is technical director and stage manager, Joe Fries, properties; costumes, Deborah Kohlhaas, business manager, Kathleen Patterson; and advertising, Linda Becker and Tom Lichter. The play is being directed by Richard Hopkins. - o - IS RECOVERING Joel Chipman, who was critically injured in a fatal auto crash near Blue Earth July 1, has improved enough to spend several hours with his parents, the Lawrence Chlpman's and family, at his home Thursday. Joel, who is at the Turner Nursing home, Armstrong, will return to Iowa City Oct. 28 for a check-up and possible farther treatment. - o - GUEST DAY Over 100 ladies were registered at the Guest Day, sponsored by members of the United Presbyterian Women at the church Wednesday and heard Herman Rachut Jr. relate his experiences of the two years he spent in Ethiopia with the Peace Corps. He also showed slides taken there. An organ prelude was played by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley. Mrs. Russell Patterson extended the welcome. Nancy, Linda and Janet Booker sane several trio numbers. Devotions were by Mrs. Frank Becker, Refreshments were served, with Mrs. Bruce CaJbreath and Mrs. Russell Patterson pouring. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schatz, Menno, So. Dak., were Sunday guests at the AJ Hinckley home. Mrs. Guy Giddings, Sr., has returned to Burt after spending the summer with her daughter, Ariel, Mrs. Raymond Housour, at Lubbock, Texas. She spent several days enroute at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Guy Carlson, Wesley. She is now at home at the home of her son, William. Burt. A 9 Ib. son, Kevin William, was born at 11:18 a. m. Oct. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. William Schatz, Cedar Rapids. The little lad is the first child in the family. His mother is the former Judy Hinckley, Burt. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley, Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schatz, Menno, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Salisbury and family, Forest City, were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeper. They were supper and evening guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Me Mullen, Cheryl and Ronny, Northwood, spent the weekend at the parental G. H. McMullen and Wayne Kieth homes. Patricia Schwietert, student nurse at Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Merle Schwieterts. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mclllravy and family spent the weekend at the parental Charles Mclllravy home, Creston, and the Gail Browns at Orient. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell attended an R. C. A. meeting at Des Moines and visited the Norman and Kieth Mitchells Sunday. Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Burt, Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Don Behnkendorf, Bancroft, attended an all day meeting of the Lutheran Home Finding's Society at Ft. Dodge Tuesday. The latter two attended as delegates of St. John's Ladles Aid and Mrs. Meyer was a guest. LUUIUUtlUUUUlU glllUUllUIHUUUH^^^ | AROUND ALGONA illlllKllllllllllHIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM BY RUTH SfflERK MARILYN DEAL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Deal and a student at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines in nurses training, and a classmate spent the weekend here with her parents. MR. AND MRS. Dean Parrott, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bedell of Spirit Lake, attended Homecoming activities at Cedar Falls last weekend. Their respective daughters, Judy and Deenie, are freshmen students at State College of Iowa there. MRS. WILLIS Marshall started Monday as secretary at the Presbyterian church. Her hours are from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. MR. AND MRS. Ted Chris- chilles, Mr. and^Mrs. M. J. Mowers, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Harmes and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Greenberg attended the Minnesota-Michigan game In Minneapolis Saturday. The group went to the cities Friday and returned Sunday. BOY SCOUT troop 70 will be host to troop 71 in a gun safety program Oct. 27, Nov. 3 and 10. Leader of troop 70 Is Dick Beisell, with the Rotary Club as sponsors of the troop. They meet each Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. at the education building at the fairgrounds and have been participating in weekend camp-outs while the weather 1 Is favorable. MR. AND MRS. W. B. Ridge and Mrs. Alvin Johnson of Hardy recently returned from a visit with relatives at Raleigh, No. Car. They visited the women's sister, Mrs. J. B. Suggs. Mrs. Beata Tew, mother of the women, who has been living at Raleigh returned to Iowa with them to make her home here. The Ridges and Mrs. Johnson also returned. Mrs. W. B. Ridge, Sr. to her home at Moro, Ark. Mrs.Ridge, Sr. had been a visitor here at the W. B. Ridge home since Labor Day weekend, having made the trip here with her grandson, J. C. Ligoa, wife and children, of Moro, Ark. MIKE SCHMIDT, student at Drake University in Des Moines and sou of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt, spent the weekend here with his parents. MR. AND MRS. Edward Immerfall and family and Mrs, Mary Dole spent the weekend at Sioux Falls with Mrs. Pearl Harton and family. LEROY BRUNS spent from Thursday until Sunday at the home of his parents, the Clarence Bruns, and Sunday were joined by the Leland Pearsons of Ledyard for a family dinner. LeRoy left for Mason City to resume his studies Sunday evening. THE COMMISSION of Christian Social Concerns of the Methodist church met Monday evening at the home of the chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diekmaim. THE NEXT SERVICE for the reception of new members of the Methodist church will be held Oct. 31. WESLEYAN SERVICE Guild of the Methodist church met for dinner at 6:30 p. m. Monday evening at the church, Flora Tiss and Beniatas Lynk had charge of the program. October circle served, with Mrs. Wayne Smith and Mrs, J, B. Asa cochairmen. NEWLY-ELECTED officers of the Junior Youth Fellowship of the Methodist church include Kathy Taylor, president; Becky Mino, vice-president; Steve Fitzpatrick, secretary. MR. AND MRS. OswaldThilges and family, Algoua, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and sons, Bancroft, and Lynda Green, Blue Earth, were Sunday dinner guests at the Dennis Miller home, West Bend. MRS. CRAIG SMITH will entertain her bridge club this evening CThurs.). Two tables will be in play. PATRICIA KENYON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon, and a student at Mankato State College, spent the weekend in Minneapolis and St. Paul. She will be home tliis weekend to visit her parents. REV. AND MRS. BoydGranzow of New Ulm, Minn, and their children spent last wrokrnd hrrr with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albprt Granzow. MRS. ALLEN BUCHANAN wrnt to Des Moinos Mond.iy to moot her mother, Mrs. Valbore V.'iiiff, who returned by plane fr»rn Los An^oles, whore slip luis boon visiting two sisters. In addition, she visited a sister who came for a brief visit from Denmark. Mrs. Wiuff was t, r <me for aUmt two weeks. MK. AND MKS. John Siros and Wendy Mae of Cedar Hapids spent last weekend here visiUiv their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires and Mrs. Claude Huark. Sunday Mis. Ruark accompanied them to fluni- boldt, where they visited another daughter and family, Mi. .uid Mrs. Marvin Schaier, who moved to Humboldt a month ago. Mrs. Ruark plans to spend the weekend with her husband in T.irna, where he lias been for about three weeks overseeing construction on a new plant there. MARLYS LUPKES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkes, now a student at Junior College, Mason City, spent the weekend in Cedar Falls, where sho visited former schoolmates and attended Homecoming activities. MR. AND MRS. S. P. Garramone of Santa Monica, Cal. were guests overnight of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison last week. They are former friends from Cedar Rapids. MRS. ANN HANSON accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook to Mason City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cook visited friends there while Mrs. Hanson visited her daughter, Pauline and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mortenson. Mr. Mortenson had been hospitalized for four days following an accident. He was burning trash when the refuse exploded. He was burned about the face, and some damage to the eyes resulted. The bandages have now been removed and. no plastic surgery is expected. He has been released from the hospital. MR. AND MRS. Max Bartholomew attended parent's weekend at Cornell College in Mount Vernon where their daughter Trudy is a student. Trudy will arrive to spend this weekend with her parents during a short semester break. DR. AND MRS. John Schutter attended parent's day at Cornell College and visited their son John. He will not be home during the semester break, since he starts training on the swimming team this weekend. MRS. H. M. Honsbruch entertained her bridge club Thursday evening with two tables in play. Guests were Mrs. Andrew Gotten, Mrs. Allen Mur-l.-inan and Mrs Crair Smith. Mrs. Vic Parsons held hit.h score, with Mrs. Cr.n Smith lioldiiu; second. MIKE SMITH, son of Mr. .<;.! Mrs. Crair Smith and a sturl< •.; at St. Thomas College in St. Paul, arrived Friday evening f-.i the weekend with his parents. He attended the Iowa Stat> - Missomi i-.imi' ;it AtnesSaturd.r. and returned to school Sund.r.. BOB MARTIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin and a student at State College of Iowa at Ced.u Falls, ariivfd Friday to attf> I the AlRoiia-Webster City garn>. Saturday, lie was accompani"-; to Cedar Falls by his broth> i David and Bill Farnham, wli remained overnight. The IKI ., attended Homecoming activities and the [, r arne there Saturd.r.. While in Cedar Falls, David and Bill visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyk> Alberts, former Algonans, and their new son Steven John, born Sept. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Alberts moved to Cedar Falls from hen last year. The boys returned to Ali;ona Sunday evening. MRS. A. J. EASON, after attending the state teacher's convention in Des Moines, visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ogland, who moved to Indianola about three weeks ago. She also visited her other daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Potter in Nevada. THE SENIOR HIGH young people of the Presbyterian church will hold a hay-ride, starting at the church at 7 p. m. Saturday. Each member is to bring a guest. The evening will terminate with lunch and a fellowship hour at Call State Park. MR. AND M RS. Harold Gilmore are visiting for about a week with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Pierce, formerly of Algona, at Brainerd, Minn, and expect to return to Algona later this week. MR. AND MRS. Ed Gilmore and Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Tengwall attended the convention of the Iowa Bankers Association in Des Moines for two days last week. DR. AND MRS. Harold Erickson returned Monday evening after spending two day sin Minneapolis. SCOTT MILLER, son of Mr. and Mrs, Pudge Miller and student at Simpson College in Indianola, arrived Thursday for the weekend with his parents. He was accompanied by Greg Miller of Titonka and Gary Naylor. The group returned to college Sunday. FOUR TABLES participated in duplicate bridge at the last session. In first place were Mrs. Jacobson and Mrs. Coslow, both of Britt; second, Mrs. Helen Laing and Mrs. Jackie Mueller; third, Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Clara Zender. The next play will take place next Monday evening, starting at 7:45 at the I.eeion hall. MR. AND MRS. Dave Everds of Allison attended the Iowa State rniversity-Missouri game Saturday. Their daughter Susan r.'iriained here with her grand- p.irents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds, and her parents returned to spend overnight here Saturday. DR. J.C.TOLANof Pocahontas presided at a Tri-County Dental Association at Charlie's Supper Club Thursday evening. Counties represented included Palo Alto and PocaJiontas, in addition to Kossuth. Following a business meeting the group inspected the latest dental equipment. JAMES KELLEY, son of Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelley, returned last week to Washington, D. C. after a vacation here with his parents. He is in the Appelate Division of the Department of Justice in Washington. MR. AND MRS. Paul James visited their daughter, Evelyn, Mrs. Makuuchi and son James in Davenport Friday and Saturday. They also visited a sister of Mr. James, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Talbert, Davenport. On their return trip, they visited Mrs. James' sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis of Waterloo. Visitors at the James residence for dinner Monday were a sister of Mr. James, Mrs. Warren Rue and her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rue, all of Lakefield, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Brady Rovn will go to Minneapolis tomorrow, where they will visit Mrs. Rovn's mother, Mrs. Josephine Thompson and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shierk. GARY NAYLOR, student at Simpson College in Indianola and the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. (Bill) Naylor, spent the weekend here with his parents. CHLL TOmOHT Lowest rates in history on Long Distance calls after 8 p.m. and all day on Sunday. Enjoy a telephone visit! Northwestern Bell BEL CANTO music club met yesterday in Bancroft, with Sara Welp and Alice Weber as hostesses. The program, "An Afternoon with Dvorak" was presented by Alice Weber, Fran McMahon and Helena Dodds. MR. AND MRS. Fred Lupkes visited a number of his relatives in Grundy Center last Saturday. TIMOTHY WELP, six-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welp of Bancroft and grandson of Mayor and Mrs. William Finn, was released from a hospital in Mason City, where he had been taken a week ago Saturday after confinement at St. Ann. Mrs. Finn and the baby's mother went to Mason City Monday and brought him home. Mrs. Welp is the former Carol Finn. - o - MEMBERS OF the League of Women Voters will make a field trip Saturday and will tour the sewage treatment plant at 11 a. m. Mrs. William J. Finn is president of the organization, and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh is editor of their publications and calendar. New Front For Foster's Store The entire front of Foster's furniture store here was boarded up Monday morning as workmen began preparing to construct an entirely new front but it was business as usual, according to Wes Bartlett, owner of the firm. In fact, Mr. Bartlett will feature a remodeling sale, which began this week. A full page ad in the UDM today lists some of the hundreds of items being offered during the sale. The job of taking out the large panes of glass which enclosed the old front was completed Monday. Workmen will now begin the job of building a complete new show window and entrance for the store. Groen Tops Pistol Shoot Here With 341 Rich Groen, Algona policeman, placed first in the Peace Officers' Pistol Shoot, held at the National Guard armory here Tuesday evening. The event was sponsored by the local police de- sored by the local police department. Groen posted a 341 to win ilie over-all crown. John Osell, Manson, was second at 339 and Al Boekelman, Algona chief of police, third, 338. Tom Cogdall, Algona patrolman, topped one class with a 300. A total of 58 shooters were registered in the meet. Lions Halloween Party Oct. 30 The annual Lions club Halloween Party for Algona children will be held this Saturday evening, Oct. 30, beginning with a parade, which will form at the Home Federal corner, at 7 p. m. The Garrigan high school band will lead the way to the old Athletic Park on East State street where the many (and varied) L VISIT OUR MNEXTOYLAN ffiff Elf y Toy You'll love Elfy's wonderful smile! Sturdy vinyl plastic toy blows up to 20" high. Hours and hours of holiday fun. FREE with any $6 toy purchase OR.... Lay-Away Purchase of $6 or More. COAST TO COAST STORES Ed Wolf, Owner Algona costumes will be judged and prizes awarded. Practically any costume is eligible. Window decorating in the business area will again be featured, with posters by grades 1 through 5 and painting by grades 6 through 12. Ron Taylor and Mark Seeley are chairmen of the party and Frank Saiter is chairman of the window decorating committee. Funds for the party are raised each year by the Liqns with an annual door-to-door sale of light bulbs here. USED CARS Take Your Pick From These "Ready To Go" Vehicles T965 CADILLAC Hdtop., 2-dr. 14,000 actual miles, air conditioned, looks and runs like new. This man trades every year. 1964 PONTIAC Bonneville 4- door Hardtop, full pwr. and air conditioned. 1964 PONTIAC Bonneville 2 dr. 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