The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1967 · Page 16
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ana Girl On ISJl Sfudesif Trip AMES, IOWA — During the break between winter and spring quarters, a party of 35 persons from Iowa State University visited Washington, D. C., and New York City on the 14th annual travel seminar sponsored by the University YMCA. The tour acquainted the Iowa State students with the operations of the federal government and the United Nations. Shown at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington are Maureen O'Brien, Algona, and M. K. El-Sherbiny, Peru. Food Stamp Session A four-county meeting will be held Thursday evening at Van's Cafe here to discuss the impending Introduction of the new food stamp plans for families on relief. The program goes into effect in May, according to Mrs. Helen Huber, Kossuth director of social welfare. Other counties to participate are Palo Alto, Hum- boldt and Emmet. Wesley Boys 4-H The Wesley Boys' 4-H Club met at the John Hildman home Tuesday evening, March 7. A team demonstration was presented by Paul and Esther Hildman on radiation fall-out and rural civil defense. A lunch was served by Mrs. John Hildman to 12 guests. Several Farm Moves Made, No. Kossuth SWEA-EAGLE - A farewell party was held recently at the Ormal Guinn home. Guests included the Wallace Dawsons, Art Larsons, Jim Koons, Laverne Larsons, Everett Thoresons, Irvin Smiths, Paul Wiechmanns, Herman Asklands, Jr..Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth, Estherville, Har- juuuinjuunOTif>nniniTnrir>nri*irr "a furnishings FASHIONS How to dress up a corner with SIT SLEEP WATCH TV LOUNGE Here's a real "conversation center," featuring as pretty a pair of Comfort Loungers as you've ever seen. Plus the superior construction that you can't see-but will notice right away as soon as you sit. You can buy one, of course-but if you have the corner, a pair IB perfect. And the price may never be so low again . . . Of ALGONA, IOWA vey C. Larsens, Walter Mag- nusens, Art Krachts, Terry Johnsons, Johnie Toblns, Arnold Duers and Virgil Tokheims. We hope we have not inadvertently omitted anyone. The Ormal Guinns moved from the Virgil Blomster farm in Eagle township to a farm southeast of Swea City. They will have a Bancroft address. The Ed God- fredsons moved from this farm to a new home in Algona last week. Honoring Mrs. Orville Ramse Saturday evening with a farewell party were the Ervln Hus- kamps, the Albert Andersons and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Cassie Anderson, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson and family, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McFarland, the Warren, Thompsons, Mrs. Luther Erickson, Minneapolis and Arnie^ _ - Ramse, St. Paul. - o - Sunday evening visitors at the Roy Anderson home were Mr. j and Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mr. ' and Mrs. Archie Ditsworth and Vernon and Clara Peterson, Fairmont. The Wallace Dawsons entertained their card club Sunday evening. Members are the Jack Reeces, Art Larsons, Jim Koons, Laverne Larsons, Everett Thor- sons, Irvin Smiths and Ormal Guinns. Art Larson and Mrs. Laverne Larson won high scores. Dinner guests at the Ralph i Walker home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Viland, Terri and Wade, Elmore, Minn., and Lowell Farland, Ceylon, Minn. The occasion noted the 8th birthday of Dori Walker. Nels Godfredson is a patient at Hancock Memorial hospital at Brltt. The Godfredsons, former residents of this area, are now at home in Algona. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Jim Koons home were the Sewel Nelsons and the David Dontjes, Forest City. Guests at the Jim Koons home Tuesday evening for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Koons, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Christ, Jr. and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bentele. Eagle Wildcats 4-H Club held a family night pot-luck supper Saturday night at the Swea City school. About 35 attended. Leaders are Jim Koons and Lyle Krumwlede. The Lee Hollsof Dolliver and the Floyd Montgomerys were together Sunday evening for supper. The ladies are sisters. At the Harold Carr home recently for Mrs. Carr's birthday were the Maurice Carrs of Sioux Falls, S. D., the Keith Poshustas of Mason City, and the Linus Vaskes of Rolfe. The Johnie Tobins we re Sunday guests at the Frank Spear home • at rural Sherbiirn. Frank's sisters, Fern and Nola, were there with their families. The Maynard Hurlburts attended the meeting of their card club at the Jean Tague home Saturday evening. Other couples present were the Arlo Krum- wiedes, Maurice Leins, Harold Petersons and Carl Leins. Maxine Clark of LeMars spent the weekend at the home of her parents, the Glenn Clarks. The Arlo Hansons and boys were Friday evening coffee guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home. Sunday supper guests at the Chris Feddersen home were Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Feddersen, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. John Feddersen, Sharon, Tom and Pamela, Armstrong, and Mrs. James Huston, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine and Mrs. Elaine Guerdet and children spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoss at LeMars Sunday for Mrs. Hoss' birthday. Mrs. Hoss was Juanita Guerdet. The Daryl Prestons moved last week to the Lawrence Greenfield farm. They have been at the farm of Mrs. Helen Post since November. They will farm both places. Sunday supper guests at the Kenneth Brones were Mr. and Mrs. William Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mather, Jr. Tom and Jim Preston attended the funeral of a relalve, Mrs. Charles Preston, Des Moines. The Tom Prestons and the Sam Links were guests at the Fred Link home at Fairmont in honor of the birthdays of Sam Link and Mrs. Preston. Lorinda Preston entertained friends in honor of her 10th birthday. Guests overnight were Vicky Thorsheim, Vicky Richardson, Julie Larsen and Susan Schoenhalr. The Edwin Frerlchs moved recently to Graettinger where he Is farming. The Frerichs were employed by Gordon Garrison previously on a farm south of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine attended the silver wedding open house for the Ralph Sanders at the Fairmont Methodist church. Mrs. Sanders is the former Dorothy Anderson, sister of Mrs. Franklin Koons. Relatives had a surprise party at the Arden Jongberg home at Armstrong. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Leon McCoy, Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Larson were the couple's attendants when they were married at the Little Brown Church at Nashua. Mrs. Harold Swanson entertained her birthday club last Monday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. Tony Grabianowski. Guests were Mrs. Grabianowski, Mrs. Gunnard Larson, Mrs. Irvin Smith, Mrs. Herman Askland, Mrs. Herman Askland, Jr., Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt and Mrs, Jim Koons. Visitors at the Darrel -Bishop home were the Marlin Runks- meiers and family, Ledyard, the Dillard Bishops and Barbara, and Julius Irmiter. Cindy and Roger Linde, children of the Marlin Llndes of Norfolk, Neb,, were guests Saturday at the Junior Ellis home while their parents attended the funeral of a relative, Mrs. Tillle Hart, 86, at Fairmont. Saturday evening Cindy became very ill and was admitted to the Fairmont Community hospital where she submitted to an appendectomy. Cindy is doing fine at this writing. Damage Case Petit jurors were slated to report for the first time during the current term of district court here Monday to hear a damage case, Edgington vs. Origer. The former was a passenger in an auto driven by the defendant when it struck a railroad crossing signal at West Bend and he is asking $50,000 for Injuries and medical cost and $50,000 for damages. 75 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Rolla W. Christie, early residents of Dunlap, celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary last month. Mr. Christie had been a farmer in the area all of his life. The Cnrisites have a total of 101 living descendants and are now living with a daughter in Summer, Washington. "KoBsuth County.'* Favorite Newspapw" INVINCIBLE METAL PUR- Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-7 NITUUE franchisee! dealer — _. . .. • ...»._ Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Thursday, March 16, 1967 NEED BEDDING? (Stalk shredding? Green Chop, Too?) This one does all three. BRADY FIELD'MASTER Corn stalks make excellent bedding—better than straw! Just hitch your baler to the Brady Field- master and one trip through the field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler. 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