The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 7
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8-Algona (!a.) Upp«f D« Molfttt thurtday, February 3, 1966 AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK LUTHER LEAGUE of the First Lutheran church will meet Wednesday evening, with team n In charge. Supper will be served by Mr. and Mrs. William Evers, Mr. and Mrs. William Tordoff and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pedersen. Lenten communion services will be conducted for the Leaguers at 6:30 a. m., Feb. 23. Serving breakfast following the services will be Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson. NEW OFFICERS of the Couples Club of the First Lutheran church are Jack Schulz, president; Don Ritchie, vice-president; and W. M.Anderson, secretary-treasurer. Sana Svedman, exchange student from Sweden and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, presented a program at the last meeting about Sweden. She showed slides and maps. The next meeting of the club will be Feb. 20. THE METHODIST Youth Fellowship met last Sunday at 5 p. m. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Voyles. Counsellor is Emily Nevitt. Junior MYF also met at 5 p. m. last Sunday. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor. Counsellor is Mrs. Joe Tschetter. MR. AND MRS. Steve Ostrum spent the weekend in Algona visiting friends and their parents and relatives. They now live in Dubuque, where Steve is employed. THE D. A. R. chapter of Algona will meet for 1:00 luncheon at the Algona Hotel next Tuesday. Hostesses will be Ruth Cook, Zelda McGuire, Bess LaBarre, and Beth Miller. Mrs. Miller will have the program on "American Women of the Revolution." Posters will be submitted by the Junior American Citizenship Clubs of the 5th and 6th grades of the Lone Rock school. Teachers are Mrs. Art Prlebe and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough. Twenty-six posters will be presented and judged for first, second, and third places, to compete in state and national contests. LARRY PRATT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and a student at State College of Iowa, returned to school Monday after spending a week here during his semester break. Their son, Dick, student at Mankato State College atMan- kato, Minn., was home for the weekend. ftwwitiww^^ MARILYN Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris and a student at State College of Iowa, returned to Cedar Falls Monday after spending her semester break with her family. MRS. ALLEN Buchanan will entertain her sewing club next Monday evening. MRS. TED Chrlschllles entertained her sewing club Tuesday. MR. AND MRS. Cliff Livedalen of Minneapolis will arrive tomorrow (Fri.) to spend a few days with Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas. Mrs. Livedalen Is the former Anita Kohlhaas. The couple will then proceed on a trip Into Old Mexico, where they will tour for about six weeks. MR. AND MRS. Rex Taylor returned Saturday after a two- week vacation In Phoenix, Ariz. MRS. FLOYD Holt returned Sunday from Des Moines, where she had been since Wednesday evening because of gall bladder surgery of her husband. Surgery had been originally scheduled for Friday but was changed. She accompanied Mr. Holt's brother, Lee, to Des Moines. She reports that Mr. Holt was uncomfortable when she left, but was making good progress. He had walked a bit on the evening of surgery. MRS. RICHARD Burt entertained her two-table bridge club Thursday evening. High score was held by Mrs. Jack Chrls- chllles and second high by Mrs. Ted Herbst. MR. AND MRS. Clayton Percival returned Monday even- Ing after two weeks in Florida. After attending a convention in Miami, they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Dau In the Keys. En- route to Algona, they visited Mrs. Percival 1 s brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Christensen In Springfield, Mo. JUDY Parrott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott and a student at State College of Iowa, returned to Cedar Falls Monday alter spending her semester break with her family. REV. ROBERT Lorenz was released from St. Ann hospital Sunday following surgery a week previous. JIM Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and a student at State College of Iowa, returned Monday to classes after spending a week of his semester break with his parents. KIRK HAYES and Gordon Schmidt will return tomorrow (Ffi.) after three days in Chicago, where they attended a conference of Mutual CasualtyCom- panies. MR. AND MRS. Brady Rovn spent the weekend in Minneapolis where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shierk, They also visited Mrs. Rovn's mother, Mrs. Josephine Thompson. GARY Naylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor and a student at Simpson College in Indianola, spent from Thursday until Tuesday with his parents. Their daughter, Judy, employed in the veterinary laboratories in Ames, also spent the weekend with her family. MRS. FRANK Moulton spent last weekend at Rochester, Minn, where she visited their daughter, Kay, a student at Kahler School of Nursing. MARY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and a student at Drake University in Des Moines, left Tuesday after spending her semester break with her family. She was to start practice teaching In Des Moines the first of this month. KENDRA Seely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely and a student at Northwest Missouri State College, returned to School Wednesday after spending the weekend here following; surgery and during her semester break. SALLY Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele and a student at State Teachers college in Cedar Falls, returned to school Monday after spending a week with her parents during her semester break. SCORING in duplicate bridge played Jan. 1? find Mr. Paul and Phil Kerber, Emmetsburg, In first place; Mrs. Don Hutchison and Clara Zender, second; Dean Kinsman and Jim Harris, third; and Mrs. Jacobson and Mrs/Coslow, Brltt, fourth. You Can Find Out WEDNESDAY FEB. 9 DON'T MISS IT! IT'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET I CORN & SOYBEAN CLINIC at V.F.W. Hall in Algona — 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. FREE LUNCH AT NOON STOP IN! IT! kUIKHAUUKj THE GREAT NEW ALLIS-CHALMERS Next time you re near us ' stop in. We've got something to show you that's causing a heck of a lot of excitement around here. A great new tractor from Allis-Chalmers that does more work with less effort than any 5-plow tractor we've ever seen. Come to think of it, you'll find it well worth your while to ijTiake a special visit just to see the new One-Ninety. Stop in. You'll be glad you did I LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. 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