The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1967 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1967
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UffU*, JuJTMobtu^ CALS MR. AND MRS. Alex Demand became grandparents for the first time when a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nidas Dermand, Palos Verdes, March 3. He weighed 8 Ibs. 15 oz. and has been named John Alexander. Mrs. Alex Dermand recently returned from Chicago where she spent a few days visiting her daughter, Kathy. BUSINESS & Professional Women will be hostesses to the Soroptomist club, Tuesday, Mar. 14 at Van's Cafe. Sutira Soi- pet will be the guest speaker. JENNIE JOHNSON and Mrs. Ronnie Jensen, Lakota, visited friends at the Good Samaritan Home I one day last week. MR. AND MRS. Erwin Wiltgen and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Wesley with Mrs. Wiltgen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Koppen. MR. AND MRS. Cryder Wicks, Kanawha, parents of Orville Wicks, have come to Good Samaritan Home II to make their home. Wednesday, they were visited by their granddaughter, Mrs. Kip Hauser and children, Charles City. MRS. FRED WILL recently returned from Kansas City where she visited her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Will. She was called there by the sickness of the little son, Harland, 10, who is hospitalized with rheumatic fever. MRS. FRANK PIEKARSKI, Whittemore, mother of Mrs. Harley Will, is a patient in the Emmetsburg hospital. Mrs. Archie Magnusson, mother of Mrs. Wallace Will, is also hospitalized. Mr. and Mrs. Will live at Crystal, near Minneapolis, and Mrs. Magnusson's home is at Robinsdale, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Vic Frideres have been visited by Mrs. Richard McKee, Michael and Scott, Ft. Worth, Tex. A family gathering was held Tuesday evening at the Frideres in honor of the visitors. MR. AND MRS. Henry Guderian had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank, Mason City. MR. AND MRS. Merrill Bacon and Jane Ann, Waltham, Minn., and Kelley Kallashar, friend of Jane, have been guests of Mrs. Bacon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. Mr. and Mrs. Guderian attended the wedding a week ago Wednesday evening of Janet Cole and Robert Tice at Mason City. MRS. J. B. WINKEL entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. MRS. FLOYD BODE spent Friday in Ft. Dodge with friends. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. David Smith returned home Wednesday evening after spending two weeks vacationing in Hawaii. The trip was made via plane, RETIREE ~ == "" Perry Dunn, Manchester, retired after 43 years employment with Iowa Electric and Power company in Manchester. Cresco Chums Members of Cresco Chums 4-H Club enrolled In clothing met Saturday at the home of Mrs. Wm. Runchey with Susan Smith, hostess. Plans for the year were discussed. Susan Smith demonstrated putting in a zipper. Other girls participating in the meeting were Patty and Mary Besch, Becky Buscher, Nancy Weydert, Marian and Edna Frideres. Mrs. Wayne Smith is clothing project leader with Susan Smith junior clothing leader. D*Valois Will Attend Grod Shooi At Ames Galen DeValois, Kossuth county Extension director, will be attending graduate school at Iowa State University, Ames, the spring quarter, reports Wayne Lynch, chairman of the Kossuth county Extension council. Spring quarter begins March 7 and ends May 26 alter which Mr. De- Valois will return to his position here. Mr. DeValois' wife and four children will remain in Algona while he is attending school. Dennis Cumberland, Extension assistant; Margaret Pratt and Carolyn Carlson, Extension home economists for Kossuth and Palo Alto counties, and Edith Welter, Extension office assistant, will remain to conduct the Kossuth , Morch 14, 1t*7, (la.) Upp«r D*t NMnM-3 county extension program and to answer questions. Head Start For Pre-Schoolers At Bancroft A "HeadStart" program at the Bancroft public school has been started by representatives of the Equal Opportunity Program. This program will be mainly for pre-school children who will start kindergarten in September. Children for the program will be chosen according to their needs and will attend classes from June until September. Another Equal Opportunity Program already in effect is the Neighborhood Youth Corps. Schools and other non-profit organizations function as work stations for these youths. Union Aletheans Tuesday, March 7, the Union Alethean 4-H girls held their monthly meeting. Talks were given by Kathy and Patty Hansen. Jean Ann Dodds and Holly Haas gave demonstrations. Recreation was given by Jean Ann Dodds. Music was directed by Julie Molacek. Mrs. Shey was guest mother. Hostesses were Julie Molacek and Mary Camp. TRAPPER Eldora's Harold Putnam traps fox for the sport of it and this year has taken 35. The Eldora's outdoorsman said that this is not a "high" year for his fox trapping as a number of years ago he trapped 75. fircstonc Field & Road TRACTOR TIRES with exclusive 23° bars SIZE 11.2x28 4P. NO MONEY DOWN CROP TERMS FED. EXC. TAX $3.50 Size 1 3.6x28 4P 1 1.2x38 4P 12.4x38 4P 1 3.6x38 4P 14.9x386? 1 5.5x38 6P Price $57.00 $58.95 $64.95 $67.95 $82.95 $89.95 F.E.T. Tax $5.03 $4.46 $5.39 $6.22 $7.89 $7.73 PLUS TRADE-IN [-"„.- •""j f CLEARANCE PRICES ON BIG STOCKS OF Tir*stone TIRES TRACTOR • TRUCK • PASSENGER BUY NOW-SAVE Sensational Store- Wide Values I\f0 MONEY DOWN • CROP TERMS f SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION V • • 4 + • ••••••i FIRESTONE'S 3 YEAR GUARANTEE: Every Firestone Deep Tread, All Traction Field & Road and Field & Road Tractor Tire we sell is guaranteed by us against field hazard injuries, except punctures or willful abuse, for a period of 3 years from date of purchase. At our option, we will repair at no charge or replace it with a new Firestone tire of like size and grade,proated on a monthly basis computed on Firestone's current printed price at the time of adjustment plus applicable taxes. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 V • + • • • Joe Bradley Firestone South of Algeria Hottl Pnone 295-2421, Algona

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