The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 12
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WED U YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts had as dinner guests last Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. afid Mrs. Warren Nelson and family, Bob Butts and children, Des Moines, and Mary Wirtjes, sister of Mrs. Butts. It was an impromptu observance of the eleventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Bob's wife did not accompany him as she is caring for her mother, Mrs. Jess Ott, Boxholm, who fell and broke her shoulder. After several weeks of hospital! zat ion, she was taken to the Butts at Des Moines and she has not recovered sufficiently to be left alone. - o - DISTRICT RALLY The Algona Sub-District rally will be held Feb. 6 at Emmetsburg. Registration will begin at 5 p. m. A folk singing group from Emmetsburg will lead the singing and the famous Bishop's company from Hollywood, Cal. will present a play "Step Down to Glory" at 8 p. m. Advance paid registrations must be in Emmetsburg by Feb. 2. - o - BUDGET HEARING Rev. Newton Coughenour and Perry Collins were in Waterloo Sunday evening to attend the budget hearing of the Conference Commission. The meeting continued Monday. - o - BUFFET HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Straub entertained 25 guests at a buffet after a basketball game a "week ago. Guests were coaches and wives and other officials. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Terry McGuire entertained her bridge club Jan. 19. Members of the club are Mesdames Richard Thorsen, James Andreasen, Sheridan Cook, Jerry Cowan, James Hershberger, and Kevin Nash. .Guests were Mrs. Jerry Anderson and Mrs. James Cowan. - o - KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Ed Hagg will be hostess to her knit and sew club Wednesday afternoon. - o - WED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Ruppert Young and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fries, Cylinder, attended the golden wedding anniversary Jan. 23 at Wesley of Mr. and Mrs. George Hirner. - o - 500 HOSTS Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Bird will be hosts to their 500 club Tuesday evening, Feb. 12. - o OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Warren Clinic tells how to Control Weeds H. Forrest Ridgley, Oakley, Illinois, claims that soybeans treated with Amiben herbicide yielded 3.8 more bushels per acre than soybeans on non- treated acreage. This occurred during a year when only Vi inch of rain fell during the entire growing season. "By killing off weed competition in the crop row," says Ridgley, "soybeans were able to utilize a greater amount of what little moisture there was available." Want to hear what other growers say about Amiben? Find out which farmers are using granular Amiben? Why they prefer it? Meet the experts at the V.F.W. Hall in Algona, February 9. Meeting starts at 9:00 a.m. Plenty of time tor questions and answers. Andreasen spent the weekend at Latimer and were guests of the latter's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wharton. The birthday of Mr. Wharton was celebrated Sunday. SEWING CLUB Mrs. Ed Blumer entertained her sewing club Jan, 24. - o - HELD MEETING "Pink Ladies," auxiliary Good Samaritan Nursing The of the Home, met Tuesday in the dining room of the home. - o - BRIDGE AT BURTS Mrs. Richard Burt was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. - o - LODGE MEETING Degree of Honor Lodge will meet on Monday, Feb. 7, in the Izaak Walton League hall at 7:30 for regular business. The committee, Ellen Marshall and Bernetas Lynk. Rebekah Lodge will meet on Tuesday evening Feb. 8 at 7:30 in the Izaak Walton League hall. The Committee Is Florence Peterson and Bernetas Lynk. Allen Mather Of Swea City Weds Jan. 10 SWEA-EAGLE - Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mather flew to Miami, Fla. Jan. 7 to see their son, Allen, who had flown in from Grand Turk Island. January 10, Allen was united in marriage to Irma Vargasvila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose Luis Vargasvila of Miami. Mrs. Mather will stay with her parents, as Allen is in strict security regulations and cannot disclose his duty or his actions. The Mathers hadn't seen their ifion..since Oct.","1963. He has been in the service three years. The newly-married Mathers plan to be home in June. Richard Mather, also a son of the R. S. Mathers, is serving in Hawaii, and expects to be home in June, also. - o Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Robert and Mania, visited his sister and family and his father, Jay Brones, at the William Buhman home atEmmons,Mlnn., Sunday. The Everett Rippentrops and family, Orville Rippentrop and boys were Sunday guests at the Homer Henrickson homeatRlng- sted for the 9th birthday of Linda. Last week visitors of Mrs. Virgil Jensen at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, were Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olson, Rev. Crandall, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pingle, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jorgensen, Lowell Jensen, Mrs. Pete Beier, Mrs. David Medema, Mr. and Mrs. tuck Krumm of Armstrong took Mrs. Beier, Lisa and Scott Sioux Falls, .So. Dak. Wednesday, after three weeks at the home of her parents. Mrs. Medema, Kelie, Elaine and Brett returned home Sunday to Rock Rapids after a week at the home of her parents. Their Guild group met at the home of Mrs. Fred Newlin and Pauline Friday. Danny Anderson and his friend, Paul Schneider of Milwaukee, spent their semester break from Wartburg College at the home of Danny's parents, the Albert Andersons. Recently, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Larson entertained friends at her home after the ball game for the 30th anniversary of her parents, the Ronald Johnsons. Guests included the Ole Johnsons, Fred Alberts, Milton Greimanns, Ronald Johnsons and Roy Bravenders of Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch of Lone Rock were Sunday callers at the Harold Carr home. Maurice Carr and Pat Fox of Sioux Falls, spent the weekend at the home of Maurice's parents. Mrs. Svere Hammer of Gilmore City spent Sunday to Wednesday at the home of her daughter and family, the Darrel Bishops. Dolores Geerdes was a surgery patient at Holy Family hospital at E stherville. She arrived home Thursday after 10 days. Eddie Godfredson spent a week at Veterans hospital at Des Moines for tests. Mrs. Truman Johnson was an overnight patient at E stherville "'Holy Family hospital at Estherville last week. Susan Nitchals To Wed IN CONJUNCTION WITH KLEIN FARM SUPPLY'S APPRECIATION DAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5 DOOR PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN BY PAMLINE AS FOLLOWS: 1st PRIZE PAMLINE 210 A MINERAL FEEDER 2nd PRIZE 3rd PRIZE 4th PRIZE 5th PRIZE 5000 2500 1500 1000 BOND STAMPS GOLD BOND STAMPS GOLD BOND STAMPS GOLD BOND STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN WITH EACH PURCHASE OF PAMLINE EQUIPMENT VALUABLE COUPON GOOD FOR EXTRA 100 GOLD BOND STAMPS ON PURCHASE OF ANY PAMLINE EQUIPMENT THIS PAY ONLY KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY 216 W. STATE of Hutchlnson, Minn., were weekend guests at the August Robinson home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family of Bancroft joined them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson spent two weeks at Beacon City, N. Y. with their son and family, the James Andersons of Dallas, Texas. They visited West Point, Hyde Park and other points of Interest there. The James Andersons have been In Beacon since Thursday, February 3, 1966 Alflona (la.) Upp«f Oft Mdtfttft^S September and will return to Texas In March. The Roy Andersons visited their daughter and family, the Keith Riedesels at Rockford, Dl. for a week enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson were pests at the home of Vernon and Clara Peterson at Fairmont, Friday evening. Other guests were the Clifford Andersons, Archie Ditsworths, Oscar Lindes, all of Swea City, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Peterson and Harold of Granada, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson of Armstrong. Mrs. John Kelly entertained six classmates for her daughter, Marilee's 7th birthday Friday after school. The little girls were supper guests. Saturday guests at the Kellys were Mrs. Marvin Soever,"'Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and Mrs. Joe Preston* Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Nitchals, Algona, announce the spring wedding plans of their daughter, Susan, and Anthony G. Coloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Petroff. Miss Nitchals is a graduate of St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing, Mason City. Mr. Coloff graduated from Mason City Junior College and attended the State University of Iowa. BE A WINNER BUY A WINNER Mae Lester and Harold Schwartz and Don Geerdes and Ronnie were Sunday callers at the Martin Geerdes home. Mrs. Eddie Godfredson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, called on Ed Godfredson at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Hanson, David and Mike were Thursday supper guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home. Friday evening at the Jim Rock home for a surprise house- warming party were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth, Steve and Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schnitger, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiechmann, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Robert and Marna, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phelps and Barbara. Guests brought refreshments and presented them with a gift. The Derwood Voigts of Fenton were Sunday guests at the Wendell Ditsworth home. The Vern Mortensen family ffiKSb 'Manufacturer'! suooeilcd retail price (or LeSabro V-6 4<dr, tedan. Pitce Includf» FetJfrtl Eicifte Ta> and surjgftttO'J dealer delivery and handling charge (traniporlatlon charges, accettorlei, olher optional cquinmtni, Hate and local ta>» additional), Your Buick dealer is selling a lot of '66 LeSabres. And he wants to sell even more. So what better way than to give you the best deal In town? Bring your car to him. While he's adding up the tremendous amount of money he'll give you for it, take a spin around town in the mighty LeSabro. You can afford it. Price Is no handicap during tho tuned car tradin' derby. Come on in now. See your local authorized Buick dealer NTI Farmers YOU ARE INVITED TO KLEIN'S ANNUAL APPRECIATJO DAY SATURDAY, FEB. 5 - 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO INVITE ALL OUR PAST, PRESENT. & FUTURE CUSTOMERS TO THIS DIG EVENT! IS AN EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY—SO BRING THE KIDS REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES 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 Other* WAYNE FEEDS KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY i WAYNE FEEDS 216 WEST STATE ALGONA

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