The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1967 · Page 27
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1967
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2-Algona (la.) Upper De* Moln«i Thursday, D«e. 29, 1966 Wesley Couple Get Honors, 40 Years Wed WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz were honored at a 40th wedding anniversary family dinner party at Charlie's Supper Club at Algona, Wednesday evening, Feb. 22. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blegger of Des Molnes; Bill Goetz's, John Youngwlrths, Paul Kelleys and Larry Grand- genetts. A social evening followed the dinner, The honored couple were presented corsages and a gift. Their wedding picture was featured In the lovely centerpiece which was made by their daughter, Carol, Mrs. John Youngwirth. Goetz's are parents of five daughters and one son. All were present except one daughter, Lois, Mrs. Phil Welland of Las Vegas, Nev. - o - DOUBLE BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes were honored at a birthday party Monday afternoon, Feb. 20, by a group of neighbors who spent the afternoon at their home. His birthday was on Monday and her birthday was on Tuesday. The self-Invited guests were Angeline and Ollie Foertsch, Mrs. Mary Peters, Mrs. Kate Wagner, Mrs. Kate Flom and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox. They served a lunch and presented birthday gins. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Haynes and David of Fairfield, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. The Bill and John Hoods of Algona were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bill Hood's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook of Algona were Tuesday, Feb. 21 guests of his sister, the Haynes'. - o - GUILD MEETING GUILD MEETING St. Joseph's Guild held Us regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 20, with a very good attendance. Twenty-five pounds of bandages and compresses were rolled and cut, 10 hospital gowns were made by members and brought to the meeting. They will all be sent to a leper colony. Six basic layettes had been made and were brought to the meeting. They and a cosmetic kit will be sent to Villa Marie Home in Sioux City. Maud Studer and Helen Johnson gave D.C.C.W. reports. Five circles of the Guild are sponsoring a public dance to be held In the Duncan dance pavilion Saturday night, April B. Ray's Accordion Band will furnish the music. Following the work and business meeting, 500 was played. Janice Clnk, Margaret Root and Sharon Rlchter were prize winners. Kate Seller's name was drawn for the door prize. Circle 3 served lunch. - o- The Leonard Studers of Iowa Falls were Sunday, Feb. 19 guests In the parental Richard Smith and Herman Studer homes. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Studer entertained their 500 club Saturday evening, Feb. 18. Glen Smith, Clete Studer, Mrs. Smith and Coleen Studer were prize winners. Mrs. Ralph Schipull and Glen Smith won the travel prizes. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Root attended a hardware convention in St. Paul, Feb. 18-19. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anderson of St. Paul, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter Jean to Roger Flom, son of Mrs. Kate Flom and the late Mike Flom. They will be married April 15 in St. Paul. Miss Anderson is employed as re- recruiting coordinator for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Roger is a graduate of Iowa State University and Is employed as electrical engineer for the Collins Radio Co. in Cedar Rapids. A group of neighbors spent Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 22, in the Frank Fox home in honor of his birthday. They were Mrs. P. C. Haynes, Angellne and OUle Foertsch, Mrs. Kate Seller, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Nlms of Corwith. The guests served lunch and presented Mr. Fox birthday gifts. Due to the terrific snow, wind and dirt storm, schools in this area had no classes Thursday. St. Joseph's school was closed Friday as the faculty members attended a meeting in Carroll. OTTOSEN By Mri, Donald Usher Ottosen people who have been In California for varying lengths of time this winter have arrived home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson came home Thursday after spending two months there. They visited their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ludwlg and family at Santa Monica, and the Ted Perry family at Garden Grove. They also visited friends and relatives at San Francisco, Redwood City, Hayward, Rancho Carcova, Long Beach and Orange. Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth arrived home Wednesday after being gone seven weeks. They visited at the home of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve, and the Donald Naeve family and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl at Santa Ana. They visited Mrs. Kinseth's brother, Leonard Floen at Long Beach, and with, a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Horen at La Mesa. Friends came Wednesday to help Mrs. Percy Watnem celebrate her birthday belatedly. Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford, celebrated her tenth birthday Feb. 22. Afternoon guests were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and daughters of Bode. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann, Jana, Joy and Mary Lynn. Jana stayed overnight. Sunday, Diane's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Moench of Humboldt came to help her observe the occasion. Luther League will serve a buffet supper Wednesday, March 8, before Lenten services. Serving will begin at six o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson celebrated their 17th anniversary Sunday. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson. Mr. _ and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and family were Sunday night visitors. Mary Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann, celebrated her seventh birthday Friday. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family. COMI IN TODAY on your INCOME TAX Don't let all the changei in your income tax get you down. Take it to BLOCK (or fajt, accurate service. Often you >ave more in added deduction! than the nominal charge involved. It'l the jmart thing to do. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE OUAKANTII W« guarenlM accurate prtporglion of tvtry ta» return If we mpk» any »"»r» that «9«t you any penalty or initittt. will pay tht penalty orjnttiett. r co, Amtric*'* Largest T*x Service with Over 1500 Offices 108 No. Moore - Algona, la. Weekday* 9 A.M. to $ P.M. - Phone 295-7031 7(0 APPOINTMENT NECESSARY YOU CAN - ^^^^^^^^•••^•^iiiiiii^^^^^^^^^^^^a»»ii»^^- a -^—^-^^^...... BETTER AT SWANSONS! I Thursday, March 2, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moin«i-3 TRAWBERRIES HEAPING PINTS TiOMATOES HEAPING QT. BASKET CAULIFLOWER Folger COFFEE WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE . . . pound KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP Hji» IVffA Mira cle Whip full quart... HILEX BLEACH gallon OPEN NITES I AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OP FREE PARKING I«— DISCOUNTED HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS; CREST TOOTHPASTE Reg. 79c X-lg. tube AD PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY CHECK OUR STORE MON., TUES., WED. FOR NEW SPECIAL PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE YOU. SILKEN DELIGHT BATH OIL Head & Shoulders SHAMPOO THE PRICE OF CHICKENS IS UP - BUT NOT AT SWANSON'S I ! •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••ft* FAMILY PACS - GRAI BREASTS NORTHERN GROWN RED POTATOES 10 IBS. 39 THIGHS ^++**+* 1 IB. WHITING IK LB, H & D FILLETS " " WHITING each ^^^^^^^•^^^^^ •»•«•••••»• MEYER'S PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS ^^^0V^^^i^^0l^^^0l^^^fl^^^fl^^^ ARMOUR STAR BACON PANSIZEPKG. FARM&EST BOONE RIVER MILD OR WILD WIENERS t^^a^* PORK NECK BONES MARSHMALLOWS CARNATION COTTAGE CHEESE 2 LB. CARTON HEINZ SOUPS • TOMATO • VEGETABLE % VEGETARIAN VEG. SWANSON'S ENRICHED FLOUR Bibs.... j WE RESERVE THE RIGHTJ • TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 1 CANNED PICNICS WILSON'S OLEO 6 pounds . . • It WATER SOFTENER SALT PELLETS 25 Ib. bag . . LIMIT 4 PER CUSTOMER •Hi^l SWANSON A SWEET ROLLS 3 '0. $| Reg, 39c pkgs. B Su/onsons ALL FLAVORS [iiiiiiiiiniiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiitM AROUND ALGONA tnfflNmfflllMIIIH^ BY RUTH SHEERK IN DUPLICATE bridge Feb. 20, In first place were Mr. Tlb- bels and Mr. Kerber, Emmetsburg ; second, Mrs. Geelan and Mrs. Elbert, Whittemore; third, Helen Laing and Jackie Mueller. The next play will be Monday, March 6, at 7:45 p. m., at the American Legion hall. MR. AND MRS. Miles Slonlker attended a district cabinet meet- Ing of Lions Clubs at Hampton Sunday. Mr. Slonlker spent Saturday In Mason City with a group of professors evaluating peace essays from this district. Mr. Slonlker is In charge of the essays from the district which are submitted by students. GUESTS LAST weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam were their daughter Joan and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Hayden and their son, Perry, Jr., a student at Mason City Junior College. Mrs. Hayden teaches kindergarten at Rochester, Minn., and her husband is a graduate student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds and their foreign exchange student-guest, Sutlra Solpet, last Sunday was Dr. Opas Anothay- anonth, who is In surgery specialization at Mercy hospital In Des Molnes. Both he and Miss Solpet are natives of Thailand. MRS. RANDALL SHIERK brought her two children, Stephanie Lynn and Scott, last Friday. She returned to Minneapolis Saturday, leaving the children with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rov. She returned Tuesday to spend a few days in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Shlerk moved Into their new home during the weekend. MR. AND MRS. J. D. Burns went to Des Molnes Friday, where Mr. Burns was to receive further medication and a check-up at Veterans hospital. DUANE JENSEN brought his wife home Saturday evening from Rochester, Minn., where she had been hospitalized since Tuesday for treatment and tests*. 1 Her mother, Mrs. D. F. Carlson, Ft. Dodge, remained with the Jensen children during their parents' absence. MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst will entertain the members of their couple bridge club next Saturday evening, following dinner at the Algona Country Club. Members Include Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Ed GUmore. MRS. CLAYTON PITTMAN will entertain her two-table bridge club next Thursday evening. MRS. LEIGHTON MISBACH entertained her bridge club last Thursday evening. Two tables were In play. GUESTS LAST weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan were her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wallace, Jane and Jennifer, of Clarence, la. REX POST, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. (Dick) Post, is confined to his home with a strep throat. Joan Post, student at St. Joseph's School of Nursing In Sioux City, and a schoolmate, Paula Bestlk of Ft. Dodge, were recent guests of her parents. BILL FARNHAM, freshman at State University of Iowa, Ames, is spending his semester break with his parents and family, the Dale Farnhams. On Sunday he went to Mankato to spend a few days with David Cowan, who Is a freshman at the Mankato State College. Prairie Twp. 4-H Prairie Future Farmers' 4-H club met and was called to order by vice-president Robert Bernhard, February 21, at the home of Mark Studer. Billy Mayor led the Pledge of Alligiance. The club held a discussion on "Care of Livestock In the Winter," and voted to have a junior and senior basketball team. Mark Studer was nominated King candidate for Kossuth County's fun night held at Burt February 24. Daniel Bernhard was alternate. High Performing Herds Brattleboro, Vt. -- The performance records of Registered Holstein cows In area herds have been listed In an official production testing report from Holstein-Friesian Association of America. Included are levels of solids - not - fat (SNF) production for individual animals. Forrest Rasmussen Si Sons of Wesley had one of the high performance herds, and John Ruger of Fenton another. 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