The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1967 · Page 33
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ft-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molrm Thursday, March 30, 1967 GUILD MET The United Presbyterian Guild circle met March 27 at 7:30 o' clock. Hostesses were Mrs. Duane Riley and Mrs. Joe Easter. Mrs. Charles had the pro- grain and devotions were by Mrs. Ivan Parrott. - o - TODD BARE, 1 The first birthday of Tod Bade was observed Tuesday morning, March 21 at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.Geo. Jergens with whom he and his mother, Mrs. Dave Barle, are making their home while Mr. Barie is serving In tne army in Vietnam. Guests were Joey Sutton, Craig Steiman, Tommy and Terry Vanderby, Sue Ann Reynolds, Lisa Sarchet, Curt, Jackie, Tommy and Patsy Jergens, and Cara Lee and Debbie Taylor. - o - HAVE BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Elizabeth Post's birthday was March 19 and her granddaughter Kathy's was near that date too and the two of them celebrated at the Bob Post's in Denver, Colo., where Mrs. Post has been a few weeks. Mrs. Post also visited with her brother Matt WELCOME SENECA PROGRESSIVE FARMERS OUR GUEST TIM LYNCH FENTON TREASURER LEADER: RAY BERGUM, BANCROFT BRIAN JOHNSON BANCROFT PRESIDENT KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY WELCOME Garfield Hustlers MERLYN METZGER President MARK REDING Viet President TOM'S RADIO & TV RCA Headquarters 215 E. State Algona WE SALUTE 4-H CLUB WEEK OUR GUESTS Grant Hustlers JAMES MINO President TIMOTHY WORK Vice President IOWA STATE BANK Barbara Leek Recent Bride The Ralph Walkers paid a call at the Ray Viland home Sunday after receiving word of the demiee of Mrs. Viland early that morning. She had been recuperating at home after hospitalization and her death was unexpected. At the Ben Wibben home in Algona, Sunday, in honor of the visit of the Paul Isenbergers and Lloyd Hakes were the Ed Godfredsons and family, Mrs. Nels Godfredson, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, and the Mervin Johnsons. In the afternoon, they visited Nels Godfredson at the hospital at Britt. They found him much improved and expect him to be released in a week or so. The Ralph Walkers called at the William Krumm home Sunday afternoon. Cecil Keith of Minneapolis and his daughter, Barbara, student at St. Olaf College, Northfield, were recent visitors at the Ed Peterson home. The Dick Hades and boys and the Reuben Holcombs were Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey C. Larsen home. John Qulncy Adams declined nomination to the Supreme Court In 1811 before becoming the country's sixth President In 1825. Zlttritsch and wife at Aurora. It is expected she will soon be returning home. CAN CONTRIBUTE - 1 line Easter brings to a cose the Easter Seal Campaign, but if you have forgotten to send in your contribution it is not too late to do so. Send your contribution to your local chairman or to Selina Clifton, treasurer for the Kossuth County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Burt. - o - CARMELA PECK, 4 Carmela Ann Peck was honored at a party for her fourth birthday March 24. Those present were Mrs. Harold Sabin, Peggy and Jane; Margaret Kent, Dick and Sue; Mrs. Ray Colberg; Char Habeger; Doris Miller, Diane and Kathy; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Metzger, Darwin Conley and Gloria; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ferden and Harvey Peck; and her great-grandmother, Angle Stone. - o - MR. AND MRS. Robert Lampright and Sandra, Suitlancl, Md., visited recently with Mrs. Marie Lampright and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lamplight, Algona, and Mrs. Lampright's mother, Mrs. Eugene Murphy, Emmetsburg. Mr. Lampright is stationed at Andrews AFB, Washington, D. C. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Glen Clark and Darrei Newlin visited an uncle, James Peters at Chariton, Thursday. Mr. Peters Is seriously 111. The John Tobln family attended confirmation services at the Lutheran church at Ringsted Sunday. Tommy Brock, a nephew, was one of the class. The Tobins were among guests at the Jim Brock home after services. Ralph Craig is recuperating at Turner Rest Home, Armstrong, following major surgery at Holy Family hospital, Esther- WESLEY - Barbara Gail Leek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garel Leek, became the bride of Marvin Maas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Maas of Homestead, Saturday evening, March 18. They were married in the First Baptist church in Algona by Rev. Curtis Anderson of Wesley. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Timothy Long. Best man was Donald Doehrmann. After a trip to Texas, the couple will live on a farm near South Am ana. ville. He is the father of Lowell Craig. Jerry Anderson, son of the Albert Andersons, has missed a full week of school, due to illness. Mrs. Robert Anderson has been hospitalized at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, for medical treatment. Maynard Hurlburt returned home after a week at Holy Family hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt spent a week visiting old friends, the Oliver Wileys, at Colorado Springs, Colo. The Art Larsens entertained their 500 club last Tuesday evening. Present were the Jack Reeces, Wallace Dawsons, Lave rne Larsons, Ormal Guinns, Irvin Smiths, Everett Thorsons, and guests, the Darrei Bishops. High scorers were Mrs. Laverne Larson and Art Larson. Sunday dinner guests at the Warren Brones home were Mesdames William Mather, Otto Larson, Christine Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mather and Ellen, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson, Rosalie and Nina, visited Hans's sister, Mrs. Elsie Schwartz, at Minneapolis Sunday. Mrs. Parker Larimer, Jr., Oxford, la., spent the past week at the home of her parents, the Ralph Walkers. She was the former Janet Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Dori, Mrs. Reta Alderdyce and Sheri, Mrs. Parker Larimer, Jr., Pearl Dahl, Lowell Farland, Ceylon, Minn., and the Carrol Vilands, Elmore, Minn., were recent Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Petersons. Mrs. Viland was co-hostess, to honor Terri Viland's 8th birthday. We Honor The Union Boys On 4-H Day, Saturday, April MIKE HANSEN President DENNIS RICHTER Vice President wonsons Heart Fund Is Winding Up Drive In Area A warm-hearted response was made In Kossuth county to Heart Fund volunteers who conducted the door-to-door distribution of heart educational materials and solicitations for contributions. The results will be tallied when the month-long drive is completed in March. If your Heart volunteer missed you when he or she called at your home, you will find a "not-at- home" envelope. The Heart Association will appreciate it if you will use this envelope to make your contribution to the 1967 Heart Fund Drive. Just put in your gift, fill in your name and address, and mall it in the pre-addressed envelope to your Heart Fund treasurer. Mrs. Don Mitchell, Hurt, chairman of the Kossuth county Heart Fund Drive, is asking all chairmen of the Heart Fund Drive in towns and townships of Kossuth county to submit their reports to the Heart Fund treasurer, F. L. McMahon, Iowa State Bank, WELCOME KOSSUTH 4-H MEMBERS WESLEY BOYS Club will be guests in our building this Saturday, April 1, during the annual 4-H Day in Algona. You are invited to stop in and see their display. John Kiley is president and Duane Kunkel vice president of the club. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 220 E. State Algeria 1 WHOLE HOG SAUSAGE DINNER Thursday, April 6 St. Michael's Hall, Whittemore 6 TO 8 P.M. SPEAKER Msgr. Lewis J. Miller Head of National Catholic Rural Life Conference, S. Dak. $1.25 SPEAKER Rev. Bruchlacker Pastor, American Lutheran Parish, Florence, S. Dak. (25-26) THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it. BRADY 'GRINDER-MIXER Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it—Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. 10'Auger swings 180° . . . delivers into a silo up to 50' high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT )015 NORTH MAIN IMPORTANT REMINDER FOR CUSTOMERS OF: Whittemore - FARMERS STATE BANK Wesley - EXCHANGE STATE BANK ENROLLMENT ENDS WEDNESDAY APRIL 5 You will want to join the BANK-CARE Keep Well/Save Money HEALTH PROGRAM w IS While there is still time-mail the application received from your bank or use the one printed below. ENROLLMENT FOR THE BANK-CARE PLAN Central States Health & Life Co., 504 S. 18th, Omaha, Nebraska 68102 D I HEREBY apply to Central States Health & Life Co. of Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, for a "IN HOSPITAL INCOME PLAN"-Form 212 (THE BANK-CARE PLAN). PLUSE PRINT DATE ._ I understand the effective date of any policy issued hereunder shall be on the date this application is approved and the policy is issued. NAME Firsl ADDRESS-.... Middle Initial City State AGE _ DATE OF BIRTH Month Day ZIP Code SEX ( Ix :HECK THE PLAN YOU WANT: BANK-CARE-10 BANK-CARE- 15 BANK-CARE-20 DAILY Benefits $10 $15 $20 Depending First Month $1 $1 $1 MONTHLY RATES on your age when you apply: 1 8 to 39 years $2.75 $3.90 $4.95 40 and older $3.50 $4.95 $6.40 Year M F The name of my BANK . .. TOWN D Please also send another application (for husband, wife or other adult) Signature of APPLICANT: X Sign Full Name • Please do not print.

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