The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1965
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14—Algeria, (lo.) Upper D»t Meinet Thursday, November 4, 1965 hi'iiiiiiiiiiliimmiinniiniiiiiiiiniif Burt Couple Honored AROUND ALGONA The children of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt, were hosts at an open house at the Burt Methodist church from 2 to 5 p. m. Sunday, Oct. 31, honoring the silver wedding of their parents. The children are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Carole Sue Wiener and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses. (Poundstone Photo) WHO SAYS PATRIOTISM IS GOING OUT OF STYLE ? We Urge fly Americans To Attend The Veterans' Day Rally SPONSORS:•.Thursday, Nov. 11 at lOtOO WHEN: ., Courthouse Lawn in Algona WHERE: «—Veterans Organizations of American Legion & VPW Everyone is welcome to march in the parade from Algona High School to the Courthouse. Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. FOR THIS RALLY WE STAND UNITED This advertisement jointly sponsored by the Kossuth County Republican Central Committee and the Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee. RY RUTH SHIERK GARY GRAHAM, senior at Slate Collepe of Iowa at Cedar Falls and son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham, spent the weekend hore with his parents. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen last weekend was her sister, Laura Kimmel, a junior at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Andreasen visited his uncle, Emil Andreasen, Emmetsburg. Others there were another uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreasen of San Francisco, and another uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Andreasen, Avon, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Curtis Haahr and family spent Sunday in Fairmont where her father, William Olson, is hospitalized. They also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Haahr, Fairmont. JIM JOHNSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and a student at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend here with his parents. DR. AND MRS. Joseph Rooney spent last week In Omaha, where the doctor attended a midwest clinic and conference. Mrs. Walter Adams remained with the Rooney children during their parents' absence. MR. AND MRS. James Peterson were accompanied by their son, James, to West Union Monday. They were called there by the death of the mother of Mr. Peterson, Mrs. A. C. Peterson, 78, long-time resident of West Union. Funeral services were held Tuesday. Two other sons survive, Burril of Washington, D. C. and Stanley of Phoenix, Ariz. TONI TUCKER and Joyce Arndorfer who attend Mankato State College spent the weekend with their parents and attended the Froehlich-Besch wedding Oct. 30. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Walter visited her mother, Mrs. Sarah Jeweskl, Winona, Minn., last weekend. SALLY STEELE, student at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Steele, visited her parents last weekend. MR. AND MRS. T. James Palmer have received news of the birth of a granddaughter, Michelle Jean, born Oct. 6 to their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gagen of Cheyenne, Wyo. The parents have one other child, Michael. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gagen of Thiensville, Wise. DAVID LYNCH, brother of Mrs. T. James Palmer, Lone Rock, won first place in a showing of quarter-horses in Des Moines Sunday. In this past summer, he has won between 40 and 50 trophies in his showings. He had previously won first place at the Iowa State Fair. MR. AND MRS. Steve Ostrum moved to Dubuque Thursday. He was formerly employed at BJustrom Furniture, and Mrs. Ostmm had charge of the children's department at the Algona Public Library, Mr. Ostmm is now employed by Leath Furniture In Dubuque. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Shilling since Oct. \'< have been his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Normrn O'Dell. They will leave tomorrow (Frl.) for Fort Hood, Texas, where Mr. O'Dell will be In the postal department of the United States Army. MR. AND MRS. Russ Waller and son Jack left last Thursday afternoon for Abilene, Texas, where they saw the Drake- Abilene Christian football game last Saturday. They returned Monday, making the trip by car. Their son, Tom, plays with the Drake University team, which won 24-7. MRS. LeROY DALE announces the engagement of her daughter, Virginia, to Roger L. Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle D. Keith. A December wedding is being planned. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Sr. returned Monday evening after attending a Kent family reunion at thehomeofMr.Kent'sbrother, Jay, Greenville, Mississippi. Other members attending were Gage Kent, Muscatine, Mrs. Pearl Tallacson, China Lake, Calif., Mrs. Ruth Schupe, Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Edna Whittacker, Pasadena, Calif. This was die first time that all the brothers and sisters were present at the same time for a family reunion. MRS. REX VOYLES entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday evening with Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr. winning high. Guests included Mrs. Jerry Ferris, Mrs. 0. B. Harmes and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr. MRS. CECIL WILL entertained the members of her bridge club Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ted Chrischilles and Midge Kuester as guests. Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr; won high. BETTY AND PATTY Bray, students at St. Catherine's iii St. Paul, spent the weekend herb with their parents,, Dr. and Mrs: Daniel Bray. Guests were two students at St. Catherine's, Caroline Leroulle of Paris, France, and Tereslta diRuzio of Forte Lasa, Brazil. The girls left Monday to return to school. Also visiting the Bray family is her mother, Mrs. J. L. Delmore of Roseau, Minn., who will remain for a longer visit. PATTY SCHULZ, student af State College of Iowa and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schulz, of Irvington, spent the weekend here with her parents. TOM HUTCHISON of Des Moines visited his mother, Mrs. Theo Hutchison last weekend. MRS. CRAIG SMITH entertained her two-table bridge club last Thursday evening. Winner of first prize was Mrs. Donald Ferris. Second prize went to Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch, who was a guest of the club. DR. AND MRS. Melvin Bourne left Tuesday for Kansas City where the doctor will attend a conference sponsored by the Federal Aviation Agency in cooperation with Kansas University. They expect to be in Iowa City for the football game Saturday and will return home Sunday. MAYOR AND MRS. William J. Finn received word from their son, Jim, senior at Dubuque University, that he has been named assistant director of the play, "Death of a Salesman." Performances of the play will be Nov. 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 and 21. Mr. and Mrs. Finn plan to attend a performance and visit their son. CINDY BRADLEY arrived from St. Catherine's in St. Paul for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley. She returned to school Monday. CONNIE CASSEL, student at Clarke University in Dubuque, and Michele Cassel, student at St. Teresa's in Winona, Minn., spent from Friday until Monday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel. KENDRA SEELY, student at Northwest College of Missouri at Maryville, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely. j Notes Of IServicemei USS CORAL SEA (CVA-43) (FHTNC) Oct. 22 -InteriorCom- munications Technician Fireman Leroy A, Scherer, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Scherer of Algona, is serving aboard the 63,000 - ton attack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea, currently deployed to the western Pacific with the U. S. Seventh Fleet. Coral Sea has been in the western Pacific since last December. In early February, the carrier launched the first retaliatory air strikes against North Viet Nam. For the post- World War n vessel, it was her first engagement in combat operations. Since then, the Coral Sea has engaged in the most extensive combat operations since World War n, well over 10,000 combat sorties. . USS FREMONT - Marine .Corporal Albert E. Fosnaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Fosnaugh of 210 E. Elm St., Algona, completed a seven-day visit to the port city of Valletta, Malta, while deployed to the Mediterranean area as a member of Landing Force Mediterranean 265. During his Mediterranean deployment, he has participated in amphibious landings and visits to various historic port cities of Europe. USS KITTY HAWK - Seaman Apprentice Lawrence L. Youngwirth, Jr., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Youngwir'th, Sr. of Wesley, participated in First Fleet Training exercise "Ragweed," while serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk. The seven-day exercise, conducted off the coast of Southern Calif., involved 34 ships of the First Fleet and several naval air and amphibious units. Kitty Hawk operates out of San Diego, Calif. Great •Grandchild For Algonans The Hard Way Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson of Algona became great-grandparents In what must be termed a rather different way Sunday afternoon when a baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. GaryRehm at Des Moines. The thing that made it so different was the fact the father, a 19-year old worker for a burlap bag company, delivered the baby in the couple's apartment - without any help - and according to officials at Iowa Methodist hospital, did a fine job! This week, the mother, Patricia, and baby, Rebecca Lynn, were reportedly doing fine, despite the ordeal. The new mother had been taken to the hospital a week earlier suffering with what was described as false labor pains. Sunday, the baby began to arrive before the Rehms could get to the hospital. He hurried to find help, then delivered the child when none was available. Following delivery, he tied off the baby's umbilical cord with a shoe lace, the only thing handy, and rushed his wife and child to the hospital In an ambulance which was called. He admitted being somewhat frightened, but that what he did seemed to come naturally. So, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have a new great-grandchild, and are mighty proud of It 1 TRAIL RIDE A total of 638 riders participated In the seventeenth annual Whlstlin' Bit Saddle Invitational trail ride in Clayton county earlier this month. The riders gathered at the Clayton county fairground at National and rode over scenic trails toward McGregor. President Woodrow Wilson was football coach at Princeton in 1890. CORD SETS REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE It tl M«t|* HOCn fit MM? WHY TAKE CHANCES? Bring your Apptionfc* In TODAY) PRATT ELECTRIC t04 N. Jot**:- *t0«nc c. mum t. ,119 M(lh A»tm» |>« Tort li, «. T. extra lovley, extra practical . . . the richly banded Satin Lady tablecloth 350 Silky rayon with satin acetate striping*. Scotchgard finish repels oil and water stains, spots blott off instantly, lasting crease resistance, requires less laundering. White, Pink, Gold, Olive, Beige, Brown or Turquoise. 52 x 52 inch TABLECLOTH $3.50 52 x 70 inch TABLECLOTH $4.98 68 inch round TABLECLOTH . $6.98 60 x 90 inch TABLECLOTH $5.98 60 x 108 inch TABLECLOTH $6.98 Matching NAPKINS, each . 59c ALGONA, IOWA NOW IN PROGRESS! EMODELING SALE AT FOSTER'S HUNDREDS OF ITEMS LISTED AT SPECIAL PRICES. COME IN AND SEE THE BIG BARGAINS Chairs— Bedroom, Living Room, Dining Suites RED HOT BARGAINS ALSO IN MATTRESSES, BOX SPRINGS, DINETTES, CARD TABLES, LAMPS, PICTURES You can't see in because we're cooped up while our new front is being installed. However, there is a front door and come in-we're making it worth your while with bargains! Bfll ^EJBJB*^ ^^BHP^^ BBW ^^^HI^^P ^HP ^ww ^^^^r Store Wide Sale - Over 500 Special Sale Price Tags

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