The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1966 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 1, 1966
Page 16
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Dance Classes Give Program At LuVerne LUVEUNE - Progressive Club met in the home of Mrs. Jerry Wolf Monday evening, Jan. 17. There were 9 members present. Mrs. R. D. Brainerd was in charge of the program. She presented Mrs. Lela Callman, a dancing instructor, from Boone and Algona. Mrs. Callman brought her students from Algona and Livermore, who demonstrated their toe and ballet dancing. The club's next meeting will be Feb. 21, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman. It will be a potluck dinner with husbands as guests. - o - "Automation—man's effort to make work so easy that women can do it all." The Scotch Doubles were held at the LuVerne Lanes Sunday evening, Jan. 16. The winners were: George Schnetzer and Sheri Lenning, Humboldt, 572; Elmer Schnetzer and Mrs. Gail Wolf, 574; Everett Schipull and Mrs. Harding Hansen, 568; Jerry Schnetzer and Mrs. Gordon Gregory, 552; BUI Hippen and Mrs. Jim Stahl, 533; and Art Leeh and Mrs. Ben Hefit, 531. The next Scotch Doubles will be held Feb. 6. - o Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grebner, Rutland, were recent din- ner guests at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Arends and Joni recently visited with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Duea, Humboldt. Wayne Hansen and children, Duncombe, visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Jr., attended the funeral of Mrs. Ta- tronella Ezarski at the St. Patrick Catholic church, Britt, and also attended the funeral of Mac Wise, Sexton, at Wesley. Mrs. Margaret Sehawb, Blue Earth, Minn., has been staying with her' daughter, Mrs. Julia Pergande. Mrs. Henry Kubly slipped on the ice and fell and was badly bruised, but didn't break any bones. Canasta Club met at the home of Mrs. Albert Schipull Monday afternoon, Jan. 17. Mrs. Clara McClellan received high, Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, low. The three guests included Mrs. Bob Barber, Algona, (Id.) Upper DM Maine* Tuesday, February 1, 1966 Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, and Mrs. Eli Bazer. Vicki Gronbach is home after a 2 weeks stay at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Merril Hefti and family, Ottosen, visited with her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wittemeirer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy, Mrs. Charles Heinkel, and Mrs. Ray Guy are spending a few weeks in Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Clara McClellan held the 500 card club in her home and Mrs. Frank Gronbach received high and Mrs. Clara Wolfe, low. Mrs. Charles Hinz was a guest. Mrs. Albert Schneider was hostess to the Canasta Club. Mrs. Herman Hinz received high and Mrs. Melvin Kubly, low. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus visited recently with his father, Arthur Ramus, in the Methodist hospital at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pergande of Britt, visited recently with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Les Calkins and family. Carol Ristau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau, was home on a semester break, she attends the Northwest Missouri A guest in the Cliff Holmes home was their daughter-in-law Mrs. Lyle Holmes, Julie and Jackie, St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson attended the funeral of Mrs. Ada Schwarch at Eldora. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hansen and Diane, Rutland, visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bowman, Algona, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and family. Miss Doris Byson, Fort Dodge, spent a recent weekend with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Byson. ATT NTI All Farmers JOU ARE INVITED TO KLEIN'S ANNUAL APPRECIATE DAY SATURDAY, FEB. 5 - 8 A.M. - 5 P.I WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO INVITE ALL OUR PAST, PRESENT, & FUTURE CUSTOMERS TO THIS BIG EVENT! miS IS AN EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY—SO BRING THE KIDS WEB* REGISTER FREE COFFEE & SANDWICHES FREE POP FOR THE KIDS STOP IN FOR YOUR FREE GIFT SPECIAL PREMIUM BONUS FOR BOOKING YOUR SPRING FEED FOR LIVESTOCK & POULTRY TO BE DELIVERED AS YOU NEED IT. STOP & SELECT FROM THESE & MANY, MANY MORE VALUABLE PREMIUMS: Electric Power Saw — Clock Radio Electric Teflon Fry Pan — Wrench Sets Steam or Dry Iron — Many Others WAYNE FEEDS KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY 216 WEST STATE ALGONA WAYNE FEEDS

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