The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 24, 1965
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2-A!0ona (| o .) jjpptr DM Mo!n« Wfcdrmdoy, N«v. 24, 1965 Burl Lions To Have Pancake Day Dec. 4 BURT - Lions Monday nipht made final plans for the annual Pancake Day, which will lx> held at the Legion hall Dec. 4. Floyd Sill and Michael Scott who are in charge of arrangements, announced pancakes will IT served from 7 to 9 a. m., 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. and from !i p. m. until all are served. Memivrs also set Dec. 18 as the date for Santa Clans to visit area youngsters. Memlx>rs also voted to cive $10 to the Christmas Seal drive. President Fred Hilton presented perfect attendance pins to the following members: F. C. Soderberp, 14 years, Hay S. Mc- \\Tiorter, 10 years, Kenneth Cook, 7 years, Harlem I,acy ( 2 years ami Al Hinckley, Russell Patterson and Wallace Hawcott wore presented pins for one year. Guests wore DistrictGuvernm Harlan ],« .-lard, Iowa Falls ami Harold Gartner, Titonka, past District Governor. Gartner sjxike to tlieprniipon "Iiionism." The Dor. 20 meeting was voted as ladies nielit and wives of members will be guests. Lop ion Auxiliary members serving the G:30 dinner were Mosdames Celia Scott, B. K. Hahnson, Ray McUliortor and James Fries. HONOAKY MEMBERSHIP Mniie Grover was presented ;in honorary niembei sliip in the Bonn I of National Missions of the United Presbyterian church LAY AWAY NOW! YEAR AROUND ENJOYMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY WHAT BETTER CHRISTMAS GIFT THAN GRURDIG .^^^••••••^^•••••^^•••••^••••••^^•^•^^ the elegant unity of old world craftmanship and world's most advanced audio engineering LET US DEMONSTRATE THE SUPERIOR TONE QUALITIES OF GRUNDIG. DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR YOU CAN'T BEAT THE REALISM OF VOICE - OR MUSIC. COMPARE - GRUNDIG OFFERS MORE USABLE FEATURES GRUNDIG STYLING IS UNIQUE MAKE YOUR SELECTION TODAY ! North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. 310 ESTATE" ALG6NA ( ( ( at the Wednesday meeting of the Bnrt U. P. W. Memliers also held a thank offering service "Sacrifices of Thanksgiving." Taking part in the service were the Mesdames Ray Dremmel, Axel Carlson, Frank Becker, Jim Fries, Roland Chafee and Naomi Junkermeler, Devotions were given by Mrs. Frank F3ecker. Hostesses were Mrs. Russell Patterson, Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mrs. Nels Nelson. - o - The Methodist Merry Mixers were hosts at a Thanksgiving program and social meeting at the church Sunday evening. Guests included members of tlie Happy Scrappers of the Good Hope church and Delbert and Janice Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley attended final rites at Wells, Minn. Wednesday for Henry Saucke, brother-in-law of Mrs. Hinckley. Survivors Included his wife, the former Edith Khron- berg, formerly of Whittemore, and a son Don. Armande, one-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott, was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday for observation, tests and medical care. Mrs. Florence Bagby, who is making her home with her son mid family, tlie Ed Abbas, Forest City, is spending some time visiting friends inBurt. She is staying with Rosa and Herbert Wiese. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson and children of Cave-In-The Rock, HI., arrived Wednesday to visit until after Thanksgiving with his sister and family, the Larry Holdings, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld, Algona. An open house is scheduled for all-day Nov. 27 at Reutzel'sGar- age and Body Shop at its new location in Burt. Owner and operator Claire Reutzel extends a cordial invitation to all area residents to drop in for a free lunch and look over his new shop any time during the day. Please call Mrs. J. L. Miller, local Goodwill representative, who will tell you where you can leave your material for pickup when the truck is in this area Dec* 8» Anyone/, wishing empty Goodwill bags w fill may call for them at the Miller home. ClOAA If you like Chrysler's size and looks, what's stopping you? Certainly not our price. AUTHORIZED DEAL6H CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORAriON Chrysler builds cars one way—big. And we price them one way—down to earth. We'll put you in a 1966 Chrysler Newport for just a few dollars a month more than the most popular smaller cars, comparably equipped. • And we mean equipped! With radio, heater, V-8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, plus seat belts front and rear! So hesitate /^unvci rr> !C£? no longer. Move up where the moving up is easy. CI ir\YSLtt\ UU Motors, Inc. ' 800 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa Interesting Program For C.D.A. Meeting S. Benedict Catholic Daughters met at the parish hall Nov. 18 at 8 p. m. Grand Regent Stella Eischen presided. The rosary was recited for the Intention of World Peace and all members. The members voted to have a Cana Conference for all married people of the parish. Mrs. Donna Hllbert, lecturer, presented a reading and demonstration on how to prepare a sick room and also the the patient whenever it Is necessary to call a Catholic priest. Rev. Nicholas Ruba also presented interesting explanations on the blessed sacrament of extreme unction and the last blessing. Entertainment for the evening was cards. Marilyn Arndorfer received high prize, Anna Eischen, low, Lucylle Kutschara, plate prize, Evelyn Froehlich, door prize, and Lousia Preuschl, attendance prize. Ladies on the lunch and entertainment committee were Mrs. Alice Froehlich, chn., Mrs. Romana Arndorfer, Mrs. Verna Pfeffer, Mrs. Betty Harig, Mrs. Ruth Grein and Mrs. Stella Arndorfer. The next meeting will be the Christmas party Dec. 16, beginning with a 6:30 p. m. pot luck dinner. Lotts Creek Ladies Aid Names Officers LONE ROCK - The LottsCreek Ladies Aid met Nov. 12, with Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger as hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Norman Bollinger, Mrs. Gene TietzandMrs. Emil Haack. Mrs. Vehling gave a report on the meeting of the Home Finding Society auxiliary held Oct. 19 in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Duane Lieb gave the topic lesson. They also voted to give Christmas gifts to a number of organizations. Election of officers was held, with the following results: president,, Mrs. Leonard Pompe; .Vice-president, Mrs. Gerald Radig; secretary, Mrs. Wayne .Boettcher;' treasurer, Mrs. Gerald Kuecker. • It was also voted to send coffee strips to Woodward and boxes and cards to the boys overseas. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Howe and Shelly, Shell Rock, spent the weekend at the Glenn Householders and Harold Schmelings, Whittemore. An early Thanksgiving dinner was enjoyed Sunday at the Frank Flaig home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jergenson and the Dean Jergenson family, Algona, and the Roger Jensen family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson are parents of their second daughter born Nov. 14 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. She weighed 8 Ibs., 7 oz. and has been named Debra Marie. She has a sister and four brothers. The maternal grandmother is Mrs. Agnes Foley, Burlington, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Algona. Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and Kathryn and Julie accompanied Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus to Mason City Friday evening where they viewed their daughters, Margaret and Shirley, in a style show at the Hanford Hotel where the charm class of the Hamilton Business College participated. Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock went to Winterset Wednesday where he conducted funeral services for Mrs. Lloyd Bond. 13 New Members For Lotts Creek lassies 4-H The regular meeting of the Lotts Creek Lassies was held November 15, at St. Michael's hall, called to order by Susan Elbert. Roll call was answered by 32 members with 11 guests and 13 new members present. Pledges were led by Susan Walker and Joann Elbert. Members discussed ways of earning money for the club. Names were drawn for the Christmas party to be held Dec. 13 at 6:30 p, m. The health talk was given by Rochelle Arend. Other talks were given by Maureen McDonnell on "How to Plan Color Schemes" and Karen Fuchsen on "How to Select andDry Weeds and Pods lor Winter Bouquets." Demonstrations were given by Jackie Detrick on "A Color Scheme for a Room" and Jean Haag on "How Color and Design Change the Feeling of Space." Sandra Walker gave a talk on Veterans Day. Committee assignment was Sharon Elbert. Happy birthday was sung to Jean Haag, Anne Foley, Sharon Elbert, Rochelle Arend and Kay Steier. New members were initiated. The club was split into two disivions each with seniors, intermediates and juniors. Hostesses were Nancy Eischen, Pam Kirsch and their mothers. piniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman] funeral. His mother and brother met him in Des Moines. His father, Martin Krapp, was buried Monday. Many relatives and friends from here attended the wedding Saturday evening of Ann Hesvlck, Swea City, who became the bride of Raymond Farrow, Bancroft. The new bride and groom left for an extended wedding trip to California. Edward Farrow, Minneapolis, Mrs. Lawrence Blocker^Brooton, Minn., and Harold Farrow, Webb, visited their mother, Mrs. William Farrow, dver the weekend and attended the Hesvick- Farrow wedding at Swea City, Saturday evening. Mrs. C. W. (Aunt Mary) Whitmer of Fremont was 102 years old Nov. 6. The first 100 years must not have been the hardest, as Mrs. Whitmer is still very active -and alert. Mr. and Mrs. Tex Hammerstrom left the first of the week after two week's visit at the William Kennedy home. The Hammerstroms formerly owned a restaurant here and are now living in Florida. Delbert Ferguson, manager of the K. & H. oil station is a patient at a Mason City hospital for treatment of sinus. Arllss Dorr, who was home from Mason City over the weekend, entertained a group of friends to help her parents, the Cletus Dorrs, celebrate their wedding anniversary Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merron, the Vincent Beckers, Mrs. Dennis McCliesh and girls, Kenneth McGuire, Clarence McGuire family and the Lawrence Bergmans. John Krapp who is in the Army in Vietnam, arrived home Wednesday, too late for his father's for BETTE At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Anderson-Erickson Dairy Co. * I Make Strong Communities "He hath dispersed abroad; he hath given to the poor; His righteousness remaineth forever" — Psalms 112:9 Each time we come again to the season of Thanksgiving, the majority of us take time out to offer thanks to God for all the blessings we have received. God has been good to us and we should show our appreciation. If we would please God more, we might, as Paul the Apostle, reminds, remember that God also loves a cheerful giver. During this hour of thanksgiving, we might think of the needs of those less fortunate than ourselves. We might share with others—a happy thought, a pleasant word, whatever we have to offer. 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. Hgtzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 — Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boy* POST MOVING and STORAGE local & long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collin», Experimental Mgr, METRONICS, INC. Q. B, Harme* "Super Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ro»», Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Jvnetion 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks — Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs qnd Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S, Heekart St. - Algona, Iowa SHUTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care, of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Ipwg VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 16?

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