The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1967 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1967
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$94 Profit For Auxiliary Bake Sale, LuVerne LU VERNE-The Legion Auxiliary met for a postponed meet- Ing Wednesday, February 8, at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall. The auxiliary has three new members. They are Mrs. Hurt De- Nlo, Mrs. Dwight Savage, and Mrs. Edwin Hunt. It was voted that each member donate $1 to help pay for the formica cowitertop for the kitchen. The president, Mrs. Allen Blake, asked that everyone make a special effort to attend the county meeting February 14 in Lu Verne. It was voted that each member bring a dish towel lo the next meeting. The treasurer reported that the auxiliary made a profit of $94.68 on the bake sale and that the auxiliary s share of the profits from the chili-oyster supper was $40.55. Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Mrs. Sadie Wagner were In charge of bingo for entertainment. Mrs. Sadie Wagner and Mrs. Ann Smith were hostesses. - o- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schipull and family were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Warren of Somers. The two women met wne.n roommates in the hospital when their first children were born 17 years ago. The J. J. Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Florence Stewart. Nine members were present. Mrs. Ardis Rockwood had the lesson on Hawaii. Lunch was served by the hostess. The Lu Verne Memorial Society met Thursday, February 9, at the City Hall. The new president, Alice Him, presided at the business meeting. A poem, "Mother Has Fallen Asleep" was read in memorv of Mrs. Emma Knary, by Wflma Baskervflle. Twenty=1our members and four guests, Mrs. Harold Ristau, Mrs. Gerald Awe, Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, and Mrs. Alma Madden, were present. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Alice Hint, Mrs. Nellie Backes, and Mrs. Daisy Rents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull were surprised Monday evening when the Lu Verne Coop Elevator Board, the employees of the elevator, and their wives honored them with a surprise party at their home. Twenty guests were present. 500 was played for entertainment. The lunch was brought with the hosts and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Schipull moved from their farm into their home in Lu Verne this winter. Sunday dinner guests in the Ralph Stoll home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blake of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll, Darin, Daryl and DeEtta, of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Baake and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll were married 36 years ago in a double wedding February 16. February 6 was also the ninth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll, son of the Ralph Stalls. The dinner was held in honor of the anniversaries of the three couples. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ludwig and Rhonda of Warrensvllle, HI., were week-end guests in the home of Mrs. Ludwig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf. Mrs. Ludwlg is the former Sally Hardcopf. Mrs. Lawrence Curran of When you ask for bleach, say... Bate, formerly of Lu Verne, It now ipatient in the Houston Nursing Home in Rumboldt after, bavin* spent sometime at Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge, and Iowa City. The Lu Verne Live Wires 4-H club will meet at the home of Holly DeNio Saturday, February 18, at 1 p.m. The time has been changed because a workshop is to follow the meeting at the Town Hall. Mrs. John Voss, Jr. attended a 4-H club leaders' training meeting at the County Extension Office Building In Algona, Tuesday. Week-end guests In the Bert Thomas home were Dorrance and Gary Thomas, sons of the Bert Thomas', of St. Paul. Their daughter, Mrs. Llelvyn Si, and daughter, Rhonda, also of St Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blrn- baumer, -and Merle's mother, Mrs. Leonard Blrnbaumer, of Clare, and a friend of Gary and Dorrance, Terry Phone, of St. Paul, Minn., were also guests! Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Jr. were Thursday guests in the home of their son and fcmily, the Delmar Vosses of Eagle Grove. It was the birthday of Qwlr daughter-in-law, Marjorieann. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Tigges, Petersen, were honored Jan. 29 on the occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary. Tuttday, Mt. 21, 1967 Alflono, (la.) Upper DOT Molnw-11 County Cattle Feeder Ass'n. Meets Feb. 23 The annual meeting of the Kossuth Co. Livestock Feeders Association will be held at 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, Feb. 23, at the VFW hall at Swea City. Speakers will include Quentin Bierman, district director of The Packer and Stockyards Div., U.S.D.A., and Bob Rusk, meat specialist from the Extension Dept., Iowa State University. Also Dick Hyde, vice president of the Iowa Livestock Feeders Association, will give a report on the recent National Livestock Feeders convention in Des Moines. There will be a report on the recent cattlemens' study tour of western feedlots. Tickets are available from any officer or director, or at the door. "Katnth unmty'i Favorite Newspaper" A/most everybody does the store where your dollar will do the most CUSTOM DESIGN RUBBER FLOOR MATS FRONT & REAR BOTH ONLY ..... 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