The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1967 · Page 22
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AROUND ALGONA €tiMmiiimHHii)M^ BY RUTH SHffiRK MRS. J. R. BONAR recently tacame a resident of the Good Samaritan Center. WEEKEND GUESTS of Joyce Harden and her mother, Mrs. Florence Hayden, were Mrs. Hayden's son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Hayden of Cherokee, and her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. WeldonBolle, Ruthven. MR. AND MRS. Doug Diekman left Sunday to make their home in Dallas, Tex., where Mr. Diekman Is in charge of the jewelry department in a large department il store. He was formerly employed at Sharp's Jewelry Store. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker and Carol and Kim will spend the Easter vacation visiting relatives and friends in Kenosha, Wise. They will stay with her mother, Mrs. William Senne. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet attended an indoor track meet at Mankato, in which their son, Bruce, student at Luther College in Decorah, participated, coming in second in the one mile run. Mr. and Mrs. Sundet will attend the indoor meet at Cedar Falls Saturday. Bruce and his sister, Sharon, also a student at Luther, LOCAL WOMAN OFFERS LADIES NEW HOME HOBBY an Mrs. Chester A. Willey. Algona housewife, is busy bringing £LS$S5£* the llVM ° f °- ta * M °' f this and i ° u . Ul ° rized . representative for the new ARTEX line of £™X U ™i nP f± t 1 T d ™ te £' als ' Mrs. Willey is qualified as k7nrf o? n». n( ? L nstruct ° r ' She demonstrates how easily this M nnri... „" a J ntlnB ca . n b ? done Instructing small groups of wh lnv?£« rH h T e . pa £ ty ? lan ' Parti " are given by a Hostess ri£nll ARTPv e ,"1f ° he f. home *° s ee Mrs. Willey show how simply ARTEX roll-on paint can produce lasting beauty. fnst ART ,££. h alnt is i "on-smearing, dries instantly yet is color- nvU,,Ti, T, J be .. washed , or drycleaned. The special non-clogging nylon ball tip allows paint to flow on to any type surface without ^ S . 8 i!ver° a nd bBe n?H qUeeZ V lg - ?he« a« 36 Mul'wIow.YS- fi,f ™H , fold — plus four Gemtex metallic shades. Beauti- ^J^to' i ^™&& > %^^ * f ™"°" «* '"• Mrs. Chester A. Willev also presents thp full lino r>c auTirv - with <£3&^*£t% will arrive next Tuesday to visit their parents and will remain here through Easter. MR. AND MRS. Leighton Misbach spent last week at Fort Myers and Cape Coral, Fla. They traveled from Minneapolis by plane. LESLIE NORTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Norton and a student at Estherville Junior College, arrived Friday and spent the weekend with her parents. She returned to college Tuesday. MARY PETERSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson and a student at the University of Minnesota, and Jim, student at Iowa State University at Ames, recently visited their parents. MRS. PAUL OWENS entertained her bridge club yesterday with two tables in play. Guests were Mrs. Donald Ferris, Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Leo Cassel. MRS. MARY BETH OSTWALD entertained her bridge club at luncheon Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Russell Buchanan and Mrs. Ted Herbst. Two tables were in play. MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst were hosts to their couples bridge club Saturday evening following dinner at Algona Country Club. Holding high score was Mrs. Jim Kolp. MRS. ROBERT HALL, Denver, Colo., will arrive Friday evening to spend her Easter vacation at the parental K. S. Cowan home. She is a sixth grade teacher in the Kullerstrand elementary school In Wheatridge, Colo. Mr. Hall will leave March 18 for Ft. Bliss, Tex. for six months train- Ing with the National Guard. David Cowan, freshman student at Mankato State College, will arrive Saturday to spend his Easter vacatic.1 with his parents and family. Persons with a medical history of hay fever, asthma or other allergies should consult a physician Immediately when stung by a wasp, the Agriculture Department advises. Watch Lome Greene, star of Chevrolet's "Bonanza", each Sunday night on NBC-TV. A Different Kind of Sale You Can't Afford to Hiss Some sales offer stripped down, bottom-of-the-line cars at low prices. But look what your Chevrolet dealer's offering during March. Five popular accessories and options on a handsome Impala V8 Sport Coupe, or if you prefer, a 2-Door or 4-Door V8 Bel Air Sedan. And best of all, you're getting the car you want at a price you can afford in plenty of time for traveling this summer. Just check the extra low price with your dealer. Hurry. You pick the car now and we add this: Every sale car comes with five handsome whitewall tires, four dressy wheel covers, jumper guards for the front and rear, two handsome wraparound lights for the front fenders and even a pushbutton AM radio. You'll notice, every option and accessory in the package is there to make the car you choose more luxurious, more finished. For even more enjoyment, specify these: Order power steering and power brakes and your Chevrolet dealer includes them at a special Bonanza Sale package savings. If you've never had power steering and power brakes, now's your chance. BONUS-BONUS-BONUS! While the Sale is on. you can order Chevrolet's big 275-hp Turbo-Fire V8 engine together with Powerglide and save yourself a bundle. Both the engine and the Powerglide come specially priced. Truck Buyers—You save now, too! Need a pickup? Look what your dealer has in store for you. A handsome half-ton Fleetside pickup (Model CE10934) with 175-hp VS. a pushbutton radio, chrome hubcaps and custom appearance and comfort items all wrapped up in one low-priced Bonanza package. Bonanza Sale Days Are Slipping by Fast. Hurry Down to Your Dealer's Now! 14 0115 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Thursday, March 16, 1967 Afgono (lo.) Upper Dej Moin«-5 Fenton Girls See State Cage Championships FENTON - Diane Luedtke, Diane Uthof, Linda Wegener, Lynette Johnson, Terry Voigt, Teresa Voigt, Sandra Hantelman, Rhonda Kern, Nancy Geitzenauer, Cindy Lock wood, Becky Brandow, Susan Blanchard, Renee Douglas, Vicki Eimers, Holle Krause, Suzanne Newel, Betty Wehrspan, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Jean Carman, Teresa Kennedy, Janell Newbrough, Paula Weiner, Pam Kauffman, Candace Vaudt, Delana Votteler, Dawn Eldridge and Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard attended the State Basketball Tournament at Des Moines. They left Friday morning and returned alter the last game Saturday evening. - o - Mrs. Ed Maahs and Mrs. Wilfred Schmeling and daughter of Whittemore were Friday afternoon callers at the Herman Maahs home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hurlburt and Mike spent the weekend at the Willard Wessel and Eldon Hurlburt homes at Ft. Dodge. The Algonquin Society, Children of the American Revolution were hosts at the State conference held March 3,4 and 5 at the Hotel Kirkwood in Des Moines. Five members of the local chapter attended: John Patterson, Burt; Carol Jones, Lone Rock; Jacquelyn and Gregory Jones; and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones. Friday was spent visiting state offices and the library, and they were officially introduced to the legislature by Mrs.E.D.Conk- lin, state representative from Waterloo under whose direction the tour was made. Campaign speeches for state officers were given Saturday and the election of officers held. John Patterson was elected state president and Jacquelyn Jones, state treasurer. The local chapter won first prize for an outstanding sales record having sold 93 historical calendars. They also won first for the program they held on American literature. This is the 20th anniversary of the Iowa C.A.R. Favors for the banquet were small-bags of popcorn donated by 1 the Fenton • Co-op Elevator. Jacquelyn Jones served as personal page to Mrs., Donald Patterson, senior state 'president. - o - A total of $92 was collected for the Heart Fund from Fenton township. Mrs. Ervin Borchardt was chairman, helpers were Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Bernard Tigges, Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mrs. Virgil Borchardt, Mrs. Wayne Boettcher. Mrs. Borchardt entertained them at a coffee Monday morning. Mrs. Lloyd Sunde spent Thursday visiting at the Carl Clausen home, Trimont. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Norman Finnestad home for Mrs. Vaudt's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hanson visited Sunday at the Albert Norland home at Mankato, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Craig, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and family attended the parochial school boys' basketball tournaments at Granada, Sunday afternoon. Whitte- more Lutheran School played Fairmont Lutheran School for the championship. Fairmont won, 23-22. Mrs,. Lloyd Sunde and Roger and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer and boys, Humboldt, visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer went on to Estherville to visit Mrs. Minnie Dreyer at the Holy Family hospital. Mrs. Frank McFall visited Thursday afternoon at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Preul. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gil- baugn, Graettlnger, and Mrs. Karry Hanna, Estherville, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Gerhart Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hanson visited Thursday at the John Haag home at Thompson. Mrs. Rose Hanson was a guest also. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faulstich and family, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests in the Wm. Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dreyer were Sunday evening callers at the Wm. Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and family visited Friday evening at the David Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. Euland Schuller and family, Titonka, visited Friday evening at the Norman Bollinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kerber and family were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Ervin Borchardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and family, Lone Rock, called Sunday evening at the Ervin Borchardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, Ogden, spent the weekend visiting friends and relatives in Fenton. HOSPITAL NEWS MAECH 6 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holland, West Bend, girl, 7 IDS., 9 oz.; admitted: Joanne McGuire, Martha Mergen, Patsy Hanson, Joseph Smith, Algona, medical; Joseph Murray, Bancroft, medical. MARCH 7 - Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Elbert and baby, LuVerne; Gusta Patterson, Patsy Hanson, Kathy Rosensteil, Algona. MARCH 8 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. James Stahl, Lu Verne, girl, 8 Ibs., 15 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fritz, Wesley, girl, 7 Ibs., 5 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Martha Mergen, Algona, medical;transferred from Rochester: Andrew Gollner, Algona, medical; Mrs. Irene Peterson, Titonka; medical; Mrs. Anna Cayler, Mrs. Anne Menke, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Robert Arndorfer and baby, Corwith; Mrs. Donald Lickteig and baby, Joanne McGuire, Algona. MARCH 9 - Admitted: Brett Meister, Mrs. William Giddings, Burt, medical; Estella Seip,Irvington, medical; Merwyn Dimond, Algona, accident; dismissed : Juliana Jackson, Lone Rock. MARCH 10 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Elbert, Whittemore, boy, 6 Ibs., 14 oz. MARCH 11- Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kenne, West Bend, girl, 7 Ibs., 2 1/2 oz.; admitted: Cory Lichter, Burt, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Donald Holland and baby, West Bend; Ed Dietrick, Algona; Irene Peterson, Titonka. Watch the CLASSIFIEDS 108 So. Hall Algona, Iowa 295.3554 NOW READY TO SERVE YOU! 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