The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1967
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12-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Molnes Thursday, March 16, 1967 Mason City Man Watchmaker At Sharp's is a charter member of the American Watchmakers Institute. The family plans to attend the First Lutheran church here. Mr. Nord was the organist at the Trinity Lutheran church in Mason City for the past 11 years. Titonka To Get New Pastor Dorothy Brandt, student nurse at Iowa Lutheran Hospital, Des Molnes spent the weekend of March 5 at her parental Harley Brandt home. She also attended the birthday celebration for her nephew, Paul Robert Loeschen on Sunday. Novice Matmen Have Quite A From Wisconsin Tournament BOB NORD Bob Nord, a resident of Mason City for the past 12 years, has joined Sharp's Jewelry of Algona as a watchmaker. Mr. Nord and his wife Vivian have three sons: Thomas, 21, a senior at Luther college; Carl, 17, junior in high school; and Bob, Jr. 15, a high school sophomore. The Nord family will move to Algona in June after school is out at Mason City. Mr. Nord was formerly with Blanchard's and Willowbrook Plaza in Mason City. He has been in the watchmaking business for 25 years and holds a Master Watchmaker Certificate. He also TITONKA - Reverend Herbert C. Hanson has accepted a call to be pastor of Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. He is presently servine E. Eman uel Lutheran of Little Falls and Deer Park, Wise. He and his family will be moving to Titonka the first week in April. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Bruns became the parents of a daughter, Wendy Jean on March 7 at Buffalo Center hospital and weighing 7 Ibs. 13 oz. Maternal grandparents are the Rolland Watsons of Humboldt and paternal are the Heiko Bruns, The Bruns now have a family of three girls. Mrs. Tanna Anderson is a medical patient at Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. Her son, W. J. Anderson of St. Louis Park, Minn., visited her on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Loeschen are the parents of a son, Duane Allen, born Saturday, March llth, at Hancock county hospital, Britt, weighing 9 Ibs. 7 oz. He has a brother, Paul Robert. Maternal grandparents are the Harley Brandts and paternal grandparents are the Albert Loes- chens. A group of 55 fifth and sixth grade wrestlers from Algona's public school had a real go- around in the high school gym as they participated in a tournament Thursday and Friday. Coaches Champ Martin, Fritz Nielsen and Don Camenisch divided the boys into eight weight classes - and grapplers from Bryant and Lucia Wallace each managed four individual crowns. Here is a rundown of finishes by weights, starting with the winners: 65 - P. Struthers, S. Sheakley, T. Moe, K. Owen, K. Wagner, 70 - R. Nielsen, K. Meyer, S. Lynch, T. Carlson, E. Hansen. 75 - G. Chrischilles, G. Helmers, M. Bird, D. Hix, T. Lighter. 80 - P. Martin, M. Kleingartner, J. Hovey, D. Haag, D. Bilyeu. 90 - H. Clegg, J. Clapsaddle, C. Black, J. Haag, T. Zittritsch. 100 - R. Faber, N. Kramer, H. Raney, B. Will, M. Burris. 105 - R. Samp, B. Foth, K. Fett, J. C. Kain, G. Cole. 120 - L. Burns, R. McVay, K. Hensley. Lu Verne Legion to hold Community Day Sale April 1 LU VERNE-The Legion meeting held February 21 decided to sponsor a Community Day Sale for March 25, 1967. at 12:30 p.m In case of bad weather, it will be postponed one week to April 1. Anyone wishing to sell anything should list it early with either Edward Lindebak, Harold Trauger or Lewis Block. Items to be listed will include michtnery, buildings, household goods, hay or straw, antiques, and miscellaneous items. The Canasta Club met Thursday evening, March 2, at the homo of Mrs. Melvin Kubly. Mrs. Fay Harmon was high score winner and Jessie Stripling received low. Mrs. Harold Meyer and Mrs. Sherman Arends were guests. Lunch was served by the hostess. The club meets with Mrs. Clara McClellan In two weeks. Mrs. Marie Maas was hostess to the E.U.B. Missionary Society In her home Thursday afternoon, March 2. Mrs. Harry Naffziger opened the meeting. Seventeen members answered the roll call. Mrs. Otto Lawson was a guest. Mrs. Henry Marty had the devotions and lesson. Lunch was served by the hostess in the traditional colors of green for March. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marty and family were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marty and Kenneth, Miss Lena and Miss'Martha Elmer of Renwlck, and Miss Emma Marty of Lu Verne. It was the birthday of Melvin Marty. Miss Mary Daley, student at A.I.B. in Des Molnes, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley. Dean Trauger, son of the Harold Traugers, spent the week end with his parents, Dean is a student at Mankato State College in Mankato, Minn. We Are Proud Of Companies We Such As WE CURRENTLY HAVE ON HAND THE FOLLOWING NEW 1967 • GEHL FARM MACHINERY: GEHL HI-THROW BLOWERS GEHL RECUTTERS GEHL SELF-UNLOADING FORAGING BOXES GEHL CHOP-KING FORAGE HARVESTERS GEHL CHOP-ALL FORAGE HARVESTERS •••••••••*•••••••< GEHL FLAIL CHOPPERS GEHL PORTABLE ELECTRIC KNIFE SHARPENERS GEHL MIX-ALL GRINDERS- MIXERS GEHL SHRED-ALL SHREDDERS GEHL MEDIUM DUTY WAGONS GEHL HEAVY DUTY WAGONS JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South Thorington St. - ALGONA CIRCLE MEETING Circles of the Methodist W.S. C.S. meet March 16 as follows: Sept. with Mrs. George Scuffham; Oct. -Nov.,Mrs.ChesterSchoby; Dec., Mrs. Paul Puffer; Jan., Mrs. Don Trupke; Mar., Mrs. Lawrence Kees; April, Mrs. Roy Burris; Mary, Mrs. Anton Didriksen. March 19, Palm Sunday, at 8:30 a.m., MY F Lenten Breakfast. Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent Jr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James Whlttemore. The Metho Mates met Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins. - o - MARINERS CLUB The Mariners club will have fellowship for congregation after Lenten service March 19. Mr. and Mrs. A, D, Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungate are chairmen and will be assisted by the officers. ' - o- PLUM CREEK The Plum Creek Womens Club met March 8 with Mrs. Pearl Etherington. Election of officers was held with the following results: Rose Schmit, pres.; Maxine Marshall, vice-pres. Shirley Sorenson, secretary; Doris Ruhnke, assistant secretary; Phyllis Kuhn, treasurer. Mar- Jorie Bode gave the opening number, the lesson "Clear Skies and Blue Water" was given by Rose Schmit and Elsie Willrett was assistant hostess. - o - U.P.W. CIRCLES Circles of the United Presbyterian Women are meeting March 16 as follows: Circle A with Mrs. Andrew Crawford, co-hostess Mrs. Dean Jergenson, circle B, Mrs. Al Agena; circle C, Mrs. Hal Long, co-hostess Mrs. Bertha Pommer, circle D, Mrs. Hilda Wegener, co-hostess Mrs. Robert Richter. PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. John Dutton is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. - o- COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. John Hood entertained their couples club Sunday evening. - o- GUILD MEETING The guild of St. Thomas Episcopal church will meet March 16 with Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle. - o- BETSEY BANGS, 6 Betsey Bangs, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bangs, celebrated her sixth birthday March 8 and was given a party at which the guests were Brad Chrischil- les, Mark Ferris, Katie Gilmore, Julie Nielsen, Mike and Julie McVeigh, Gary Smith and her sister Cally. Games were played and refreshments served. - o- FAREWELL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Diekman have moved to Dallas, Tex. and a farewell party was given at the Country Club by members of her bridge club. In attendance were Mrs. James Andreasen, Mrs. Jerry Anderson, Mrs. Jerry Cowan, Mrs. Sheridan Cook, Mrs. Kevin Nash, Mrs. Terry McGuire, Mrs. Richard Thoreson and Mrs. Leroy Strohman was a guest. - o - CARD PARTIES Mrs. Beecher Lane was hostess to the Eight Spec-ks 500 club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Russell Cook was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Williams is entertaining her bridge club this evening (Thursday). Mrs. Elmer Kelley was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday. The K.C.'s held a card party Thursday evening, March 16, at which wives and friends were guests. - o - WED 62 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch had as weekend guests their son-ta- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. TnL wibes and Dominic of Ames. wfSsaSndB the University nrt is majoring in sociology. £.. wSIitS family joined her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Guerdet and Danny of Swea City and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch at the Frank Meschers at Bancroft Sunday for a family observance of the Mescher's 62nd wedding anniversary, and the Gisch anniversary was also observed but the date was not the same. The observances were held at a time when it was convenient to get together. - o - MR. AND MRS. Newton Heiter had as guests Sunday the former's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger, Lone Rock. MRS. LYDIA Wetzel and Willis went to Lime Springs Saturday to visit the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooke. Willis came home the same day but his mother remained there over Sunday. A. M. LEMKEE has been hospitalized at St. Ann the past two weeks. His condition remains about the same. MR. AND MRS. Vrigil Shackel- ford had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson. MR. AND MRS. Oscar Simons have moved from Ames to St. Benedict and he has opened a tavern there. The building has been remodeled and lunches are served . Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson and family spent Sunday with the Simons. Lutheran Ladies Aid to begin sewing bees LU VERNE-The Lutheran Ladies Aid of the Zion Lutherah Church met Thursday, March 2, at the church for their regular monthly meeting with Mrs. Les Calkins as hostess. Rev. Muller gave a mission lesson. Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg presided over the business meeting. Mrs, R. T, Mueller was elected as a delegate from the Algona 7one to represent them at a LWML International convention In Washington, D. C., in July. March 7, the ladies' aid will begin a .series of sewing bees at the church. They will be making bandages for missions. Lunch was served by the hostess. Students who have been home for quarter break from their studies at Iowa State University at Ames are Elaine and Clara Schnakenberg, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg; Dale Kubly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly; Daryl Jaegels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jaegels; George Hanselman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hanselman; John Wlckett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Wlckett; Sheri Ramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bart Ramus; Richard Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold WMf; San- Collyn DeNlo, son of the Burt DeNlos, has taken a six months leave of absence from his position In Peoria, HI., to take his active duty with the Iowa National Guard. He will be going to school at Fort Gordon, Ga. Collyn is with the Guard Unit from Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes of Ames were week-end guests in the parental Cliff Holmes home. Doug is on quarter break from Iowa State University at Ames, Jeff Holmes returned to Ames with his parents after spending a week with his grandparents, Plan Bake Sale A meeting of the Algona AOK 4-H Club was held March 11 at the Extension office. Hostesses were Mrs. Taphorn and Mrs. Thuente and guests included Mrs. Haag and Mrs. Morz. An Illustrated talk was given by Merri Laing, Lynn Holtzbauer, Kathy Cooper, Debbie Studer and Judy Berger. Talks were also given by Terry Farrell and Mary Morz and Judy Taphorn did a picture study on a famous painting. A demonstration was given by Judy Taphorn and Mary Montag. The club will hold a bake sale Mar. 18 at the Fareway store here, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Chances will be sold on an afghan and matching pillow, made by Mrs. J. Walker. Plans for Algona 4-H Day April 1 were discussed ClCW,INC. all dressed up *;.<«!>. lovely Easter lasmons mean a lot to every modern young lady . . . 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