The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1967
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*-Alaona (la.) Upper Des Moln*t Thursday, Feb. 23, 1967 AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHffiRK MR. AMD MRS. Duane Nelson bare named their new daughter Carrie Lynn. She was born at St. Ann hospital Feb. 12 and joined a brother Todd, 14 months. Carrie Lynn will be baptized at St. Cecelia's this Sunday. Sponsor* will be Mr. and Mrs. Julius Clok of Algona, maternal grandparents. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nelson, Algona. MR. AND MRS, Richard KaLn bare named their new son Kevin Jerome. He was born Feb. 9 at St. Ann hospital. His brothers are Rally, 7, and Kirk, 4, and his sister is Karla, 2. He was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's, with Mr. and Mrs. Claire Reutzel of Bart as sponsors. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain of Algona, His maternal grandfather is Orris Cushman of Buffalo Center. His maternal grandmother is Mrs. Paul Knowles of Forest City, Ark. She and her husband are to leave this weekend after spending two weeks in the Kain home. SHEILA ANN BURNS is the name given to the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Burns, who was born Feb. 16 at St. Ann hospital. She will be baptized at St. Cecelia's this Sunday, with sponsors being Mr. Burns' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Bums of Omaha. Other children in the family include Mary Beth, 7, Jack, 6, and Dannie, 1 1/2. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Burns of Emmetsburg and maternal grandmother is Mrs. Pearl Elbert of Spencer. DOUG BARR, student at Iowa State University at Ames, will arrive Monday to spend his quarter break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr. This week be is spending several days at Iowa University at Iowa City where be is visiting friends. MR. AND MRS. Leon Bilyeu have named their new son Shannon Lee. He was born at St. Ann hospital Jan. 30 and Joined four brothers, RicJde, 13, Terry, 11, Scott, 7, and Brad, 3. Mrs. Rose Bilyeu Is the infant's grandmother. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. G. W. (Bill) Naylor last weekend were her mother, Mrs. Dorothy Rodenbush, and her three brothers, Henry, Ernie and BUI, as well as Dick Tweitmeyer, all of Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Canada. Their daughter, Judy, employed in Ames, and their son, Gary, student at Simpson College at Indlanola, were also here for the weekend. MR. AND MRS. Irving (Pudge) Miller have named their new daughter Tracy Mae. She was born at St Ann hospital Feb. 4 and joined three brothers, Scott, sophomore at Simpson College, who was home last weekend; Dennis, a senior at Algona High School; and Todd, 3. MR. AND MRS. Jon Putnam have named their first-born Paul John. His paternal grandmother, Mrs. D. L Putnam of Ponca, Nebr., is spending this week with the family and helping with the newcomer. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch of LuVerne. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Funk and Jeff of LaCrosse, Wise., are visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk and Mr. and Mrs. William Navolchick. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Linnan and Sheri of Omaha are visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan and Mr. and Mrs. Navolchick. MR. AND MRS. Gregory Elbert, Jr., Fayetteville, North Carolina, brought her mother, Mrs. Luke Linnan, home from Rochester last Friday. Mrs. Tilnnan had recently undergone surgery. Mrs. Elbert is the former Beraadine Liaaan. Mr. Elbert is stationed at Ft. Bragg with the Army Airborne branch of service. DR. HELVING. BOURNE spent from Tuesday until the weekend in Iowa City where he attended a conference - for general practitioners at the medical school at the University. DR. AND MRS. Harold Erlckson attended the funeral of her cousin, Leon Broadwell of Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday. They returned by way of Buffalo, Minn, and brought Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. 0. J. Anderson, who is spending a few days in Algona with the Erickson family. RECENT VISITOR of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet was their daughter, Sharon, who spent a weekend with her parents. She is a student at Luther College, Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Sundet plan to attend the indoor track meet at Mankato March 7 when their son, Bruce, will participate. Bruce runs ten to 15 miles each day, in spite of the cold weather. FRANCE ZEIGLER spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WiUard Zeigler. She is a student at A. L B., Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. Gary Everist have named their new son Mark Douglas. He was born at St. Ann hospital Jan. 26 and joins a sister Laura, 5, and a brother David,'2. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Everist of Marshalltown, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Benson of Spencer. MR. AND MRS. Jack Purcell, Algona, were hosts at a turkey supper to 36 members of the Ft. Dodge Lutheran church for the Deaf, Sat. evening, Feb. 18. Guests were from Huraboldt, Ft. Dodge, Moorland, Gilmore City, Britt, Waterloo, Kanawha, Layton and Algona. Sunday,' the Purcells had guests from Ashton, la. MRS. W. C. KUHN has returned after several weeks visiting at Denver, Colo, with her parents and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Je- ensen. ST. ANN HOSPITAL Auxiliary Round Robin bridge scores for January are as follows: 1st Mrs. Ruth Bay and LoisHarmes, 10,890; Donna Geving and Barbara Everst, 10,650; Vivian Hagen and Lorraine Phillips, 9,390; Nyda Kolp and Ginnie Buchanan, 9,338. THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it BRADY GRINDER-MIXER Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding " Brady built it-Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. 10'Auger swings 180' ... delivers into a silo up to 50/ high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 101$ NORTH MAIN ALGONA '*» I. IN ALGONA! SHORTENING BAKE RITE 3 lb. r«« OPEN NITES NITES jE&.S" '.• .:'K«. >(««!»KWSS* iflK AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE _ PLENTY OF FREE PARKING I —— FREE!! ICE CREAM CONES FRI. & SAT. /ELL'S BLUE BUNNY CREAM w FRUIT DEL MONTE COCKTAlF DEL MONTE CRUSHED - CHUNKS - TIOBITI M No 311 PINEAPPLE CALIFORNIA NAVEL cans ORANGES No. 303 cans \ X * II 11 is m 'fes| m •=3jf',i DElioNTE PEACHES •••• •WE RESERVE THE RIGHT! • TO LIMIT QUANTITIES \ •*••»«••••••••••••••! CRISP PASTEL COCKTAU No. 2', cans! CELERY AD PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI. & SATURDAY. DEL MONTE CUT GREEN BEANS No. 303 J •"WSWST- — — — — — GREEN ONIONS OR .Green Top Radishes bunches , > I (* \ i , [ C r*i ^ ,, I II cans GOV'T INSPECTED PARTS MISSING TURKEYS DEC MONTE PIN APPLE GRAPEFRUIT DRINK PEACH HALVES GOLDEN RIPE 46 oz. cans ALL SIZES Ib. PHILADELPHIA [Cream Cheese 3oz. FARMBEST Canned Hams 5 Ib. $1 can BULK PICKLED HERRING CUTLETS ID. 69 JESSE'S RING BOLOGNA RUPERTS FILLETS OF PERCH Ib pkg. 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' TUNA cans Thursday, Feb. 23, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei-7 GIVES PARTY Mrs. Arlan McPherson, anur- ses aide at the Good Smarltan Home I, who lives at Livermore, gave aparty Sundayhonor- Ing her husband and his father, Lawrence McPherson, also of Livermore. Present were Mrs. McPherson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McPherson of Gilmore City, Mrs. Mamie Zinnel, Dakota City, and Mrs. Jaunlta Dahl, Livermore, and the respective families. - o C. D. A. MET A Friendship Party was held Feb. 22 in St. Cecelia hall, sponsored by C.D.A. - o BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Leo Thilges entertained her bridge club Feb. 21, - o BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mabel Samson's birthday was observed Sunday at Good Samaritan Home H, where she has been a resident for several months. Arrangments were made by her daughter Mrs. Vic Parsons, the granddaughter, Linda Parsons poured and her friend Nancy of Staten Island, N. Y. cut the cakes. They attend Waldorf college, Forest City. - o BAPTISMS HELD Baptismal rites were held last Sunday in the Methodist church for Roxanne Gall Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Black, and Dale Dean and Lonnie Ray, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Odell. - o - PAMELA MITTAG, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson had as dinner guest Sunday Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Rube and Bob, of Kingsberg, N. J., Ronnie Mittag of Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mittag, Angela, Danny and Pamela, Jefferson, and .:Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken, parents of Mrs. Hanson. The third birthday of Pamela was being observed. - o - CLUB MEETINGS Mrs. Rex Voyles is entertian- ing her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Marie Lampright entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. - o - HAS LUNCHEON Mrs. Ted Herbst was luncheon hostess to her sewing club Tuesday. - o HAS BIRTHDAY Friends of Jessie Sarchet observed her birthday last Tuesday afternoon. In attendance were Mrs. W, C. Dewel, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Mrs. Tillie Steinman, Mrs. Harvey Rath, and Ida Peterson. The time was spent socially. 50 - YEAR MEMBER A dinner was given last Thursday for members of the Masonic lodge, a Washington's birthday theme being used. An open meeting was held at which Toy Hayworth of Armstrong was guest speaker. Fred Geigel was honored for his 50 years of membership. His son-in-law and grandson, Gerald and James Voigt of Fenton, were present and his son, Bob Geigel, came from Kansas City to attend the recognition. - o - FEDERATED CLUB The Women's Federated Club met Monday with Mrs. Fern Foster. Mrs. Nell Norton gave a talk on a book written by the twenty-ninth wife of Bringham Young. Mrs. Leonard Elbert, county chairman of Whittemnre was present and Mrs. Ann Hanson and Mrs. Fred Geigel were guests. - o - SORORITY HOSTESS Mrs. Dick McGinnis was hostess to the Beta Sigma Phi sorority Tuesday evening. - o HOSTS AT IRVINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker of Irvington were hosts and hostess to a group of neighbors at their home Saturday evening at a farewll party for the Geo. Vitzthums; who are moving soon to the Whittemore area. Alunch- eon and refreshments were furnished by the guests. Prizes in 500 went to Milford Plathe, Tom Altman, Mrs. Mike Frank! and Marguerite Hayes. The Vitz- thums were presented an electric skillet as a gift. In attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vltzthum, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harig, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thull, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Klein, Marguerite Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frank!, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Altman. Invited, but unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frank! and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lemkee. However, they shared in the gift presented. ALL-STAR CHOICE Looking for a clean used car? Then look at these savings champions! 1965 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-dr. Sedan, V8, Powerglide trans., radio, extra clean, driven only 28,000 miles $1650 1964 Chevrolet Impala 4-dr. Sedan, 6-cyl., reg. trans., clean $1375 ..••- : ' - ••:..,•."(!) , . >-.,i}Tid 1964 Chevrolet fffipala 4-df. Sedan, 8-cyl., radio, power steering, Power- glide, maroon color, a nice unit for only $1475 1963 Chevrolet Impala 4-dr. Sedan, V8, radio, Power- glide, power steering, air conditioning, new tires $1395 1961 Olds 88 4-dr. Hardtop Sedan, automatic trans., radio, a very nice unit for $725 1960 Ford Galaxie 4-dr. Sedan, V8, automatic trans., radio, clean inside and out for only $395 1959 Ford Galaxie V8, automatic trans., radio $250 1949 Ford &-dr. 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