The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1965
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4—Algono (Ic.) Upper Des Meinet Thurtday, November 4, 1965 Ottosen Man Named To Natl. Legion Group OTTOSEN - LeRoy Worby, commander of Leist Veerkamp Unit #535, has been appointed to the national membership and post activities committee of tlir American Legion. Worby received notification of his appointment in a letter from National Commander L. Eldon James. His appointment was approved by the Legion's National Executive committee during its meeting, Oct. 6-7, at Indianapolis, Ind. Worby was nominated by National Commander James for the appointment upon recommendation of American Legion department (state organization) officials in recognition of services he has rendered to both Liest-Veerkamp Post No. 535 and the Iowa department. His term expires at the close of the 19GG fall session of the National Executive Committee. - o Mrs. Claude Harrington of Greenville, HI., sister of Mike Coyle, left for her home Friday after visiting at the Coyle and Dallas Coyle home at Fairmont the last two weeks. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Coyle and Mrs. Harrington were supper niests at the Bernard Coyle home at LtiVerne and Thursday Ihey were supper piests at the Donald Brandhoij home at Bradgate. Mrs. Flora Eggerth of Swea City called at the RalphRIchards ami Leo Tofteberg homes Saturday. Mrs. Hannah HelHckson of Hardy and Mrs. Howard Hellickson attended funeral services for Bradley Crowson, 5, at Austin, Minn. Tuesday. The boy was shot accidentally. Mrs. Carroll Olson celebrated a birthday Sunday. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and Nels Olson of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Jon of Cylinder. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Mrs. Albert Thorsen entertained their Sunday School class at a masquerade Halloween party Sunday night at the Presbyterian church parlors. Assisting with the party were Mr. Keith Strayer and Naomi Struthers. The parents of the children were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brockway and three children of Sunnyvale, Calif, have visited this week Antique Show Held A vast array of antique items were exhibited by Kossuth county residents at the Antique Show held Oct. 22 at the V. F. W. hall here. The event was sponsored by the county Extension home economics committee. Mrs. William Amesbury, Titonka, is shown here admiring a wedding dress from the 1800*8. Among the things displayed were a 13-star flag, 200 years old; a baptismal vessel made in 1816; and a cameo, purchased in Scotland during Queen Victoria's time. Glassware, too, was well represented from the 1800's with many pieces of cut glass, carnival, art, pressed, satin and sandwich glass. The delicacy and innate beauty of these treasured pieces exemplifies the excellent work that has come up through our past. Periodically throughout the afternoon, the deep, rich tones of a concert roller organ, played and owned by Florence Reynolds of Titonka, penetrated the auditorium, depicting an early form of parlor entertainment. Other entries included such things as a telescope made in London, a silver service from Scotland, and original carriage lamp, a French doll 150 years old, a marble topped table, a school masters desk and a 3 handled drinking mug from the stage coach days. In addition, there were several quilts, dresses, baptismal gowns, etc. These were just a few of the many articles on exhibit, which helped to portray "A picture of our Heritage." As someone once said, "A nation which does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do." Sr., visited at the home of the William Gies, Jr., to see their new grandson, Tracy Allen, at Truman, Minn. The Elmer Baileys, Harold and Les Mino families, Ed Mino family, Algona, and the Gus price family of Wesley, enjoyed a picnic at Call Park at Algona, Sunday. Andrew and Edna Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. George Pearson, Mrs. Hilda Fosgren, attended the funeral of a sister-in-law, Mrs. John Pearson of Wheaton, Minn. iast Tuesday, Services were at the West Union Lutheran church at Belle Plain, Minn, and the officiating clergyman was Pastor Borg, of Wheaton, a former Swea City Pastor. Mrs. Pearson passed away Oct. 16. Among those at Lakeview Home who were visited by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bilsburough, Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones, Mrs. Andrew Berg and Mrs. Carter. The Wendell Ditsworth family visited at the home of the Russell Strayers Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Walter O'Green and Brian were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, the Glen Morrows at Fox Lake. Debbie Larson, 7, daughter of the Arthur W. Larsons, had her adenoids removed Friday at the Estherville Holy Family hospital. This is her second operation of this kind. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Peterson of Estherville were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, the Hans Petersons. Birthdays of Nina and Mrs. Danny Peterson were celebrated. The Hans Petersons recently visited her sister, the Joe Worths at Thompson. HOW FAR ARE YOU FROM A FRIEND? Just a reach away, by telephone. Whether you just want to enjoy a leisurely afternoon chat, or need help in the middle of the night—your phone is always there, ready to put you in touch with friends. NORTHWESTERN BELL in Iowa at the Lenhard Holden home. They were called here by the death of her father, Ole Larson of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico returned home Saturday after spending three weeks at the home of her sister, the John Zastrows at Marshalltown. Enroute home they were dinner guests at the Merle Robinson home at Eldora. Those attending the American Lutheran church women's workshop at Rolfe Friday were Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. Darrell Jones, Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Mrs. Carroll Olson, Mrs. Chester Alme, Mrs. Robert J. LeMont, Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Mrs. LeRoy Worby. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius ~we]F6 Sjinday dinner guests at the AUjLee home at Stratford. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lange and family of Ayrsh'ire were Sunday supper guests at the Earl Long home. Mrs. Mina Wehrspann, Mrs. Jennie Bratland and Morgan Hagen were Saturday visitors at the Merle Halsrud home. NEW CITIZEN *Reina Flores, 19 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ahern, Maquoketa, was one of 24 persons who became naturalized U. S. citizens on Oct. 12 in Cedar Rapids. Reina came to this country in 1956 from Honduras and is a senior at Maquoketa Community high school. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Drones Rippentrops Honored On 25th, Lakota Marjorie Lee Tobin, Sioux City, came Friday evening for the weekend at the home of her parents, the Johnie Tobins. Her parents took her and other student from Morningside College back Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson, Jerry and Jennifer and Mrs. Kenneth Brones were coffee guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Lakota. Her sister and brother-in-law were Sunday visitors at the Laurel Peterson home, the Leo • Schultzes, Cindy and Gene "of Cosmos, Minn. "' "' Visitors during the week at the Tom Preston home were Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson, Blue Earth, Mrs. Bill Tokheim and family, and Wendell Link. Her parents, the Curtis Olsens of Fenton were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Howard Prestons. Edith and Myrtle Melinder were other guests. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gies of St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle, LuVerne, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Link and family were last Tuesday supper guests at the William Gies home. The Henry Gies were overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Gies Open house was held Oct. 24 for the 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Rippentrop at the First Presbyterian church in Lakota. One hundred registered in the guest book. The program was given at 2:30, followed by a social hour and lunch. The program was announced by Norman Risius. Rev. Riemers had devotions, Mrs. Arnold Hippen a 25th anniversary poem and George Ennen played two numbers on his accordion. Dining room hosts were Mrs. F. L. Bakken and Mrs. Ray Krominga. , The Rippentrops were married Oct. 14, 1940 at Lakota. Mrs. Harold Conway and George Rippentrop were their attendants. Mrs. Conway was there Sunday. The birthday club of which Mrs. Rippentrop is a member, served the lunch. Down with dinky compacts. Up with man-sized Dodge Still talking about squeezed-up compacts when you'd rather be doing something about them? Then put your money where Dart is! At your Dodge Dealer's. Dart. Unexpectedly big inside, long outside. With Six or V8 power that drives out memories of stodgy, heel-dragging compacts. With all these standard featuies that used to cost extra: Outside mirror. Padded dash. Variable- speed electric windshield wipers and washers. Backup lights. Turn signals. Seat belts, two front and two rear. All these sensible and practical features come at no extra cost with each and every Dart So come on and rise up with Dart! Be expansive without being expensive. 'BB Dodge Dart OOOGE DIVISION CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION Motors, Inc. f 800 S, Phillips, Algona, Iowa WATCH 'THE BOB HOHE CHRYSUH THtATRE WEDNESDAY NIGHTh ON NBC IV I'MEO YOUR KH'A! LISTINGS ST. JOE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Andrew Travis McGuire, infant son of Mr. and'Mrs. David McGuire, born Aug. 7, is a medical patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Andrew's uncle, Mark McGuire, Algona, is also a patient in Mercy hospital. Mathew Louis Anderson, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Anderson, Goldfield, was baptized in St. Mary's Catholic church Sunday by Msgr. J. E. Tolan. Sponsors were George Illg and Mrs. Leland Anderson. Mrs. Ed McGuire and son Arthur and Mrs. Rosalia nig were Wednesday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Anderson and sons, Goldfield, Mrs. Don Illg entertained Mrs. John B. Reding's 500 club Thursday, with Mrs, Ted Wagner and Mrs. Marvin Reding as guests, Receiving prizes were Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs, Tony Becker and Mrs. Wm, B. DeVine, Mrs, Devine entertains the club Nov. 18. Mrs. Adeline Wagner entertained her 500 club Thursday, with Mrs. Rosalia Illg and Mrs, Jim Berte as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs, N, J, Weydert, Mrs, Rosalia nig and Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mrs. N, J, Weydert entertains the club Nov, 18, Mrs, Rosalia Illg attended Freshman Capping ceremonies and Parents Day at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Oct. 24, Rosa Lee Illg, daughter of Mrs, Illg, is one of the 154 freshman class. Loan Closet BURT - The north Kossuth chapter of the Cancer Society wishes to inform residents of that area that a "loan closet" has been established for their use. There are wheel chairs, hospital beds and other such items available for anyone needing them, Anyone desiring to use hospital equipment should contact Mrs, Richard Underkofler, Bancroft. . . .. . ., , .... which averaged 37 Ibs. ! FAMILY FARM been in the family nearly 100 * ne ^ 10 _ year _ old fifth grader Leonard Bolton, inephew of years. raised Qn hig dad>s fam tipped Floyd Green, is the fourth gen- GARDENER the scale at 80 Ibs., 17 Ibs. Charles^oot^m Ton'of Mr. heavie^than Charles. and Mrs " Bud Mo ^ of G ™ d * A^SStfiED AD raised 1( , pumpklns ^ . ^^ ^ pAgT onona count The fam has Monona county. The farm nas KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION printed with offset sharpness economically priced solid readership The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES STRONG Make Strong Communities Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth." / —II Timothy 2:15 What are your thoughts as you visit God in His House on a Sunday morning? How do you present yourself? Have you come to sit, bored and impatient, through an allotted portion of your precious time? Or, did you bring something with you? Let us hope you bring a peace of mind, a knowledge that during the immediate past you have performed in a manner pleasing to God, and that you have been faithful to your family, your friends, and to your fellow man. j If you brought nothing, then hear the message that is spoken, make yourself a promise to take something with you when you leave. Read your BIBLE daily and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 — Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC, O- B. Harmes "Swper Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. 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