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6-Algona (la.) Upp«f DM Motn«* Thursday, January 17, 1966 t* • III* <v» ••» -^ '. . Squirrel Hunters Turn To Bigger Game <• Successfully octct-y GUILD DINNER The Wesleyan Service Guild dinner meeting was held Jan. 24 at 6:30 p. m. Joyce Hayden and Leona Smith were in charge of the program. - o - HEARS SHRIVER R. Sargent Shriver and Gov. Harold Hughes addressed a meeting Friday in Des Molnes. Rev. Newton Coughenour was in attendance and is the Kossuth County chairman for the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., a multi-county unit for the Economic Opportunity office. - o - DINNER HOSTS Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Schenck entertained at dinner Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith, Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hoflus, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna, Lone Rock, Mrs. Laura Hough and Mrs. Ethel Gardner. Mr. Keith showed pictures of his South American trip and is was of particular interest to Mr. Hanna and Mr. Schenck who are leaving Feb. 1 for South America, the same motive as influenced Mr. Keith, learning farming methods there. Mr. Keith's trip was via plane, and Mr. Hanna and Mr. Schenck will also fly. - o - NEWCOMERS ELECT Newcomers Club met Jan. 18 at Algona Hotel at 7:45 with Beth Smith and Clara Wyatt, hostesses. A talk was given and slides shown by Corrine Shimel on her trip to Europe. Donna Cogdall and Darlene Stephenson gave a talk on St. Ann Auxiliary. High bridge was won by Donna Cogdall and Kathryn Kissner was high at 500. New members are Kathryn Kissner, Mary Brandt, Clarine Leeck, Mary DeNucci and Shirley Bronson. New officers elected were,, Barbara Everist, pros., Jerri Howe, vice pres., Phyllis Georg, sec'y., and treas., Bea Easier. Dorothy Dahlgren is calling chairman. - o - TENTH BIRTHDAY Cindy Kuhn celebrated her tenth birthday Saturday afternoon when Mrs, Bill Kuhn was host to a tobogganing party. Guests were Debbie Garmen, Janice Charles, Debbie Schmidt, Peggy Dutton, Marne Miller, Debbie Hanson, Debbie Benson, Kathy Payne, Sally Schattschneider, Debbie and Sandy Long, and the honoree's brothers and sisters. Games were played and lunch was served. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kuhn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson and Mrs. Clark Godden. Swea-Eagle Pair Are Feted On Anniversary SWEA-EAGLE - The Riverside Club surprised Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Picht Dec. 30 on their 25th wedding anniversary. Members of the club present were the Ray Plchts, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hoein, at whose home the party was held, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cordeman, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Brown, Mr, and Mrs. Chris Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Nlelson, Mrs, Gene Fitzgerald, Mrs. Kathleen Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Larson of Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Picht were honored Jan. 9 with an open house at the Fellowship hail of the First Methodist church at Armstrong on their silver wedding anniversary. Their children, Alice, of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs, Edward Picht of Armstrong, and Deanna, at home, sponsored the event. About 90 friends and relatives called to congratulate the couple. Mrs. John Kelly served punch, and Mrs. Chris Larson had charge of the coffee service. Waitresses were Geneva Wilcox, Betty and Ella Beck and Dorothy Kelly. Mr, and Mrs, Clyde Thaves came from Waverly, and Bert Picht came from Des Moines. Gertrude Bosnia of Lakota and Raymond Picht of Swea City were married at Shell Rock, Jan, l, 1941, Mrs. Clifford Beadle and children were Sunday callers at the home of her parents, the August Robisons. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison were Monday evening callers at the home of the Harold Roalsons. The Harold Roalsons were last Thursday evening guests at a party at the Clarence Lohse home at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones entertained at 500 Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and Marcia, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mather, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Dltsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Mr. Tokheim and Mrs. Ditsworth won high scores. Mr. Tobin and Mrs. Kenneth Brones, low scores, and Kenneth Brones, traveling prize. The Everett Thorsons entertained their 500 club Saturday evening. Mrs. Wallace Dawson and Johnie Tobin won high scores. The Wendell Ditsworths visited her mother, Mrs. Conrad Brekke at Esthervllle Sunday. Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Warren Brones Tuesday with Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth as assistant hostess. Twelve members and two guests answered roll call. Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski and Mrs. Ormel Guinn gave the lesson on preparation of convenience foods. Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski will have the February meeting at her home. Mrs. Virgil Jensen is a surgical patient at St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. DettmerThomp- son returned two weeks ago after a month at Ozona, Tex., where they visited at the home of their son, the John Thompsons. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson attended a board meeting of the Kossuth County T. B. Assoc. at the Algona Hotel. A couple of noted Algona squirrel hunters joined the "big game" league recently, when they were successful in bagging a deer in season. Bob Devine and Bill Foth have long had a reputation as expert marksmen when it came to squirrels, but last Dec. 11 and 12, each one got a deer. Bob Devine's success came on Saturday morning, Dec. 11, west of Algona, while he was hunting with Bill Foth, John Levy, Alan and Clyde Priebe, and the next day Bill Foth got his near Squeeze Field. Alan Priebe also got a deer the same morning. Two of the three carcasses and Bill Foth are pictured above. What John Levy and Clyde Priebe have to say about all this has not been recorded, but scouts who informed us of the above indicated that they came up with goose eggs so far as getting a deer was concerned. Well, there's always another season to look forward to. Study Countywide School For Retarded Children A. M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools said Thursday that all school superintendents and local school boards throughout tho county have approved an effort to initiate a co-operative county-wide program for the mentally retarded school children of the county. Quintard has been working for some months as liaison between county superintendents and local COAST TO COAST The Store Where Your Dollar Will Do the Most TmT STOREWIDE SALE Win an"ALL EXPENSE PAID" 10 Day Vacation for 2 in SCANDINAVIA VTA CHECK YOUR LUCKY NUMBER ON THE COVER OF YOUR CIRCULAR BY BRINGING IT TO YOUR COAST.TO-COAST STORE CONTEST NOT VALID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW SHELV-IT-ALL 12 x 60 * 60. Own baked enamel In (bony block. Plastic floor guardi. (HC0630H1) 12 M 30x60 MODEL (HC0630G3) 45.11 LANDER'S DEBITTANTE HAIR DRYER Two comfortable temperature •ettlngi. Extra large hood (llpf •oilly over large roll erg. Hat box ftyle (WS0303-9) 570 "THRIFTY" SPRAY PAINT Spray* directly from can. 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(SF0564-6-5F0052C1) CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS • Full Fire Power I • Higher Top Speed I • Ruit/Corro*lon Rttlitantl (AJ0820.5-AJ08SW) "Except In »tgt*» where fair trade low* prevail, COAST TO COAST STORES ED WOLF, OWNER - USE OUR E-Z PAYWAY PIAN - ALGONA, IOWA school boards, and the Iowa Board of Education. Meetings and conferences have been held since the Federal Elementary and Secondary Education act was passed. The project must be presented to the state board of education for final approval, and it Is hoped that it will qualify for federal funds. There are many steps yet to be taken, first of which is to obtain approval of the state board, and toward that end, Mr. Quintard, Algona Superintendent 0. B. Laing, and L. B. Shelton, superintendent of LuVerne, will go to Des Moines to meet with members of the state board. Suggested Is that the project start with four or possibly five rooms, the locale not yet chosen, and eventually obtain 8 to 10 rooms In various parts of the county. Instructors, who must be specially trained for this work, must be obtained. The amount of federal funds to be allocated to the county has not yet been established. Those who have been associated with the project feel that there Is a great need In the county for this type of specialized education and feel that at least the groundwork has been laid. The present school for retarded children, in Algona, has been organized and Is operating as a result largely of coordinated efforts of individuals, rather than as a tax-supported program. tiiirfflwiiWHiiiHKinniiiiniiHiiiii Notes Of Servicemei Airman Witzel, a graduate of LuVerne Community high school, is returning to his Iowa Air National Guard unit at Ft. Dodge. The airman attended State College of Iowa. nmnpinminnininiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiitinniiiiitiiiiiniiniimif FORT HOOD, TEX. - Army Pvt. Elmer J. Alt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Alt, route 2, Hurt, fired expert with the M-14 rifle at the completion of his basic combat training at fort Hood, Tex., Jan. 12. The expert rating is the highest mark a soldier can achieve in his rifle qualification test. Alt entered the Army in November 1965. The 19-year-old soldier is a 1964 graduate of Algona high school. He was employed by American Airlines, Chicago, m., before entering the Army. - o - BILOH, Miss, - Airman Second Class Gaylen D. Witzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Shorey of Rt. 2, LuVerne, has been graduated atKeesler AFB,Miss., from training course for U.S. Air Force radio repairmen. WhlllllHtnilllllMlllliiiillllllHlllllllllltlllllllllllllllllll WHITTEMORE By Art Heidenwith Russell Harris, who has been employed by the town of Whitte* more for the past ten years and was in charge of the disposal plant and street commissioner, has accepted a position in Emmetsburg, where he will be in charge of the natural gas plant and equipment. He plans to start his new position about Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rhubee vacated the former DelbertWich- tendahl home last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Streit purchased this home and retired from the farm one mile north of Whittemore and moved last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rhubee purchased the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert home across the street from where they lived and also moved into their home last week. "Koeinth County'! Favorite Newspaper" George Hirners Of Wesley Are Wed 50 Years WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. George Hirner plan to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Jan. 30, with open house at their home from 2 to 4 p. m. No invitations are being sent and all their relatives and friends are invited to attend. They request no gifts. George Hirner and Anna Willger were married Jan, 26, 1916 at St. Benedict Catholic church and have lived in the Wesley vicinity ever since. They are parents of four children, Ray (deceased), Lyle, Lucille and Anna Mae, all at home, and two granddaughters. Breaks Elbow WESLEY - Coletta Pfeffer, 2 1/2 year old daughter of Mrs. Bernadette Pfeffer, fell from a chair at her home Jan. 18 and broke her left elbow. She was taken to Mercy hospital. Mason City, where the repair work was done. She was brought home Friday. She is left-handed. More than 1 1/2 million visitors a year see the Liberty Bell. ZENDER'S NOW IN PROGRESS UP TO ONE SPECIAL GROUP 44% ODD SIZES MEN'S SUITS MEN'S 20% TOP COATS SPORT COATS JACKETS & CAR COATS BOY'S SUITS & SPORT COATS JACKETS 30% MEN'S SWEATERS IOVS SWEATERS AIL STVIES DRESS GLOVES CAPS EARMUFFS ONE TABLE FAMOUS BRAND MEN'S SPORT & WHITE DRESS SHIRTS $3.88 QUAMTY MENS & BOYS CtOTHIN©

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