The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1966 · Page 16
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Tuesday, January 25, 1966 Algona, (Id.) Upper De» Maine* MRS. RUBY BRAUN, mother of Mrs. John Slevin who makes her home here most of the time, is spending the winter at Pontiac, Mich, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson. MR. AND MRS. Roy Adams had as supper guests Wednesday the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Livermore. MRS. MILTON DAHL was visited over the weekend by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and family, Pella. Bob, a student at Cedar Falls, is home for his mid-winter break and will remain here a few days. Merle's mother, Mrs. Harold Hobson is hospitalized at Mason City and they visited her enroute home. BOB, SON OF Mr. and Mrs. Leon "Champ" Martin, came Saturday from Cedar Falls where he attends State College and will spend his semester break here. MRS. C. L. YOUNG attended a meeting of the Portland Progress club Thursday at Mrs. Tony Jandl's. MRS. JOHN GOODMAN and Gerald and Mrs. Harold Smith were dinner guests Wednesday of Mrs. William Johnson at Britt. Later in the afternoon they went to Titonka to visit with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Edna Richter. MRS. MARY KAIN, mother of Mrs. C. L. Young, is hospitalized at St. Ann and will probably be there for some time. MR. AND MRS. Roy Smith drove to the lakes near Fairmont, Minn. Thursday and took with them a bushel of corn to feed the ducks. About 200 birds came to feed. MRS. VERONICA Roethler and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roethler went to Elmore to spend the day with Mrs. Virgil Roethler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vorr- man, who had moved to New London, Minn, sometime ago but have returned to Elmore to make their home. MR. AND MRS. Marlin Meehlhause and Linda spent Sunday at Humboldt with Mr. and Mrs. Art Ashton. MR. AND MRS. James Kunkel had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kunkel of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. William Becker, St. Benedict. REV. AND MRS. Billy Goodpasture had as dinner guests Friday evening Rev, and Mrs. Grover Branson and Bill, Bob and Barry, Britt, ELMER JASPERSON left via train from Perry Wednesday for a visit at Glendale and the Los Angeles area with his sisters, Mrs, Cass Smith, Mrs, Harry McCorkle and brothers Oran and Andy and families. Mrs, Helen White lives a little distance from there and it is possible he will see her, too, Mrs, Elmer Ja&* person entertained her son*in» law and daughter, Mr, and, Mrs, ftes and family of Buffalo Center, at dinner Sunday, It wag a fare* well for the son, Jack Ites, who will go to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. where he will begin his army training. STEVE STUDER will be home this week from St. Thomas College, St. Paul, and will spend his semester break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Pratt are being visited by their grandchildren, Linda and David, while the parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pratt, formerly of Denmark, la., are at Moline, m. looking for a dwelling. MRS. HAROLD HOBSON had a cataract removed from an eye at Mercy hospital, Mason.City. The surgery was done Jan. 20. MR. AND MRS. Norman Barber were at Whittemore Sunday with the parents, Mr.andMrs.Orville Barger, and Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt. MRS. R. A. JOHNSTON has returned from Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, where she had medical treatment. She had a gall stone attack and is troubled greatly with arthritis, MR. AND MRS, Darlow Rogert were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. John Schade, Ft. Dodge. MRS. POLLY Rosensteil has been off duty at the Good Samaritan Home for several days due to a severe cold and complications. She is now recovering. MRS. DEWEY SHILLING is entertaining her card club Jan. 26. BILL HUTCHISON is now working for the Fisher Governor Co. at Marshalltown, but has so far been unable to find a suitable dwelling for his wife and little son. Mrs. Hutchison is at Garwin this week visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hass. REV. NEWTON COUGHENOUR attended the first Iowa Economic Education Conference for clergy at Boone several days last week. MRS. GAY EVERIST went to Spencer Wednesday and stayed till Friday with her brother, Paul Benson, 9, whose parents returned that day from St. Petersburg where they had been attending a meeting. MR. AND MRS. Clyde Snere were visited last week by May and Katherine McGuire, Sheldon. MR. AND MRS. Dale Kleingartner are being visited by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bakken, Cooperstown, No. Dak., who wUl make a rather extended visit. MR. AND MRS. Cleo Black have been visited by their son Roger and wife and children, Plalnsfield. MR. AND MRS. Perry Collins have gone to Sulphur, La. for a two week visit, with their son Dale and family. Groen Is First Four members of the Algona police department hit a total score of 1,519 at a peace off!-* cers' shoot at Spencer Thursday. In first place was Rteh Groen, 424 out of 450, second, Eugene Rodberg, deputy sheriff of Sioux City, 424, third, Al Boekelman, 417. BillRasmussen 302. The department also entered as a team and took first place. Tom Cogdall, Iowa Highway Patrol, and Larry Hudson, deputy sheriff, also participated in the shoot. Is Alternate Jim Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson and a senior at Algona high school, received official notice Thursday from Senator Bourke Hickenlooper that his name has been submitted as second alternate for an appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. The letter said that official notification would arrive later from the academy as to the dates of test and other information. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" To SENIOR CITIZENS (65 YEARS OR OLDER) The SECURITY STATE BANK OFFER A NEW SENIOR CITIZENS PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT PLAN • There will be NO SERVICE CHARGE ON ANY SENIOR CITIZENS ACCOUNT • If you qualify we invite you to stop in and open your account as a Senior Citizen. No charge, regardless of size of account or number of checks written. We welcome you. OUR REGULAR POLICY ESTABLISHED JULY 1, 1965 REMAINS UNCHANGED. THERE IS NO SERVICE CHARGE ON PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNTS WITH A MINIMUM BALANCE OVER $300. FEB. 1 Starts Another Quarter in our savings department . . . PAYING 4% COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY The SECURITY STATE BANK AIGONA With Office In LuVerne, Iowa

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