The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1967 · Page 12
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Honor Ex-Algonans Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dillon, Ft. Dodge, formerly from Algona, will be honored at an open house in honor of their fortieth anniversary at the First Methodist church, Ft. Dodge, April 23 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Their children will host the event. They are parents of six children, Dorothy (Mrs. BillStuder) Algona; Ivan, Alden; Ho (Mrs. L. J. Woods) Iowa Falls; Kenneth, Ft. Dodge; Ramona (Mrs. George Fox), Peoria, HI.; and Lauella Harmon, Anderson, Cal.- 3, Charles Nygaard and Theron Hansen were elected directors for 3-year terms. ."Ball" Flom and Gordon Giddings' terms expired. J. C. Skow is president; Geo. Seaberg and Lester Larson are other directors. Lou Simpson is secretary and Myrtle Lease, treasurer. - o - Minnie Frimml entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Ruth Mary Hrubes was a guest. Mrs. Justine Becker will have the next party. Mrs. Margaret Root entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening in Al's Lounge. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi ATTEND MEETING The diocesan council of Catholic women held their open spring meeting for the women of the northeast deanery Wednesday, April 12 at Estherville. Mildred Arndorfer is treasurer of the northeast deanery. Hazel Studer is St. Joseph's representative; Maud Studer, charity chairman; Mary Bode, spiritual development chairman; Eileen Johnson, Catholic youth; Sally Studer, public relations; Rita Youngwirth, organization and development; Helen Johnson, legislative; Erma Kunz, rural life chairman. - o- KICK-OFF DRIVE Mrs. Jo Muerer, Wesley Cancer Fund Drive chairmiin, entertained at a kick-off coffee at her home Wednesday. Guests were Justine Becker, Marie Doughan, Margaret Root, Sara Raney, Joy Hanig, Kate Seller, Julia West, Josie Lickteig, Dorothy Henderson, Kate Flom, Margaret Aan Olson and Tillie Matz, who are conducting the drive in Wesley. Others who attended were Ruth Anfinson, south Kossuth county memorial chairman; Myrtle Lease, board member of the south Kossuth chapter; and Helen Johnson. - o- 1S HONORED R. C. Bauer was honored on his 76th birthday April 5. Their children, who spent the evening in their home, were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. George Wellick and Steven, Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hrubes; and Mrs. Bernadette Pfeffer, all of Wesley. Mr. Bauer received telephone greetings from a daughter, Mrs. Marlene Clements, Danville, Calif. - o - ELECT OFFICERS At the meeting of the Evergreen Cemetery Assoc. April Mary Ditsworth, Lone Rock Pick For Girls State Lone Rock Legion and Auxiliary members have been busy the past months, painting the interior of the hall. The Auxiliary put new curtains in the kitchen, new shades on all the windows and purchased a new 35-cup coffee pot for the hall. The unit bought 1,000 Poppy Seals and anyone wanting some should contact unit president, Rita Schroeder, or unit secretary, June Weisbrod. The Seneca Stars 4-H Club presented the Auxiliary with a 35-cup coffee pot in appreciation for the use of the Legion hall. The Auxiliary served lunch for the Legion ham party held just before Easter. The Lone Rock unit hosted a 4-county rehabilitation, field service volunteer meeting April 12 at the Lone Rock Legion hall at 1 p. m. on information, orientation and indocrination. The unit will be sending Mary Ellen Ditsworth with Susan Blanchard as her alternate to Girls' State in June. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer will have the next party. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer was hostess to her contract bridge club April 10 in Al's Lounge. The Harley Peters family of Traer spent Easter Monday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Peters. Mrs. Verna Lindemann and daughter, Eunice, of Qulncy, 111., spent Tuesday with Mrs. Peters. They were enroute from Ohio where they had visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf of Pine River, Minn., spent several days recently with Mrs. Peters. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease joined a large group of relatives April 2 at a dinner party honoring Mrs. Lease's sister, Mrs. M. T. Rye, on her 80th birthday Tuesday, April 18, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine«-9 A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS WINNEBAGO and APACHE We've sold 97 units since February, 1967 THERE MUST BE A REASON! THIS MONTH'S SPECIAL SAVE $191 on The Soft Top Eagle APACHE FALCON REG. $690.00 ONLY PIUS FREIGHT - Take Advantage Of Low Overhead — This Means A Saving To You. We Sell Winnebago Travel Trailer, Pickup Coach, KD Pickup Kap And Apache Camper. -RESERVE NOW - TRAVEL OR CAMPER TRAILER OR PICKUP COACH FOR SUMMER VACATION CHUCK BEHR'S TRAILER SALES "Iowa's k*g«st Apadw 400 East State Algona, la. PHONE 295-3372 FREE GIFTS! to the first 100 customers to enter our store beginning at 7 p.m. ! APRIL, 19 OPEN Wednesday NIGHT 7 TO 9 (STORE CLOSED 5:30 to 7) S&L DAYS SALE STARTING "WEDNESDAY REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZE No purchase nec- cessary! Come in and register for FREE PRIZE to be given Wednesday night! ACTUAL $5 FAMOUS BRAND Spring Fashion Shirts SAVE Val One of America's most famous makers sold us his overstock of actual $5, permanent press Dacron< R) polyester/cotton shirts. Woven plaids, gingham checks, Americana prints in roll-up sleeved, bermuda collared styles. 28-38. WEDNESDAY NIGHT BARGAINS BOYS' DRESS SLACKS $1.99 Reg. $4.98, sizes 8-16, light gray color. MEN'S OVERALLS $3.77 Striped, high back, Reg. $3.98, compare at $4.29 LADIES' FANCY APRONS 77c Nylons, Cottons, Dacrons, Reg. $1 MEN'S DRESS SLACKS $2.99 Summer Weight, Wash and Wear, sizes 29-36. Reg. $5.98 Charge It and Save, too ... at S & L

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