The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1967 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Tuesday, April 25, 1967
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Famed Packer End Here As an added attraction at a recognition dinner for Jack Limbaugh of Jack's OK Tire Service here, sponsored by the B.F. Goodrich Tire Co. Friday noon at Charlie's Supper Club, Max McGee, outstanding pass-catching end for the Green Bay Packers, delivered a short, humorous talk. McGee is shown above with Mr. Limbaugh, left, and Coach Beanie Cooper, Garrigan High, second from the right, and Coach Keith Christie of Algona High, far right Guests at the dinner, besides the honoree and McGee, included officials of the Goodrich Co., well-known local businessmen, several area farmers, local football coaches who each brought a pair of their squad members, and representatives of The Upper Des Moines and KLGA. Tuesday, April 25, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinet-7 of membership recently. George Beck has been a member 63 The plctu ? "^'T, 0 " p - chase . „ „ _ appears on $10.000 bills.Grover years and George V. Fry for Cleveland on *r,.ooo. andwmum 57 years. MrKlnley on *1 .non. I FOR RENT GARDEN TILLERS BY DAY OR HOUR ALSO • LAWN ROLLERS • LAWN SEEDERS • FLOOR SANDERS COAST TO COAST STORES L Ed Wolf, Owner Algona (PORTLAND 53 1 By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christensen of Osakis, Minn., were weekend visitors in the Tom Trenary home. They also visited other relatives here. Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Trenary are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mrs. Eldon Duncan and Lori of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, all of Burt, were also Sunday dinner guests in the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks attended the silver wedding open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Alke of Lakota. Verdean Baum of Blue Earth was a Sunday dinner guests in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mrs. Jenny Whalen of Titonka was a dinner and supper guest. Mr. and Mrs. David Rasmussen and little son of Albert Lea and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Swea City were dinner guests Saturday in the Lloyd Bartlett home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glamm of St. Clair, Minn., were recent dinner guests. Weekend visitors in the Ray McWhorter and Frank Becker homes were Mrs. Robert Collett of Engelwood, Colo., who has been going through the clinic at Rochester, and Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Johns and family of Mar shall, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Mrs. Robert Collett and Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Johns and family, and Nancy Becker, home from college for the ( weekend, were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Becker home. Dr. and Mrs. Johns and family left for their home to get ready to move Monday to their new home at Pikesville, Ky., where Dr. Johns will take over his duties as president of Pikesville College and Mrs. Collett left Monday morning for Rochester where she will undergo surgery on her nose. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hem- mericks of Greene, Mo., and Mrs. Chester Fitch and Beverly of Rockwell, along with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, were Sunday dinner guests in the Clyde Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf w«r« Sunday cupper guests lathe Brink Shipler home at Swea City. The Wendell Ringsdorfs were also guests. "Prayer may not always remove the problem, but it does enable one to face it restfully, joyously and victoriously." Lu Verne women ended bowling season wild banquet LU VERNE-The Lu Verne Women's Bowling League held their annual banquet at the Legion Hall Tuesday evening. Prize money was awarded the teams that placed during the past seven months of bowling. The league ended their bowling for the 196667 season last Tuesday evening, -o Neil Hindman, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman of Lu Verne, has earned his Master's Degree in mathematics from the University of Massachusetts at Amhirst. The Lu Verne Memorial Society met April 13 at the City Hall. Mrs. Alice Hinz, president, presided at the business meeting. The roll call was answered with a plant or flower exchange. Twenty- five members and one guest, Mrs. Otto Jagels were present. Anna Neal read several readings. Five dollars were given to the Cancer Crusade. Hostesses were Violet Goetsch, Bertha Schipull, and ^ The E.U.B. Youth of the Ft. Dodge Promotional Group held their Youth Rally at the E.U.B Church in Lu Verne Sunday, April 16, The Sherman Homemakers Club will meet April 26 with Violet Goetsch as hostess. Grace Dudley will give a talk on "School for Retarded Children." Sunday dinner guests in the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman home were Keith Sheffield of Sutton, Neb.; George Reese of Stone Park, 111.; Corinne Kosan- ske of Bismark, N. D.; and Bobbi Owens of Linton, N. D. The young guests were the panel that attended the E.U.B. Youth Rally from Westmar College at Le- Mars Sunday. Mr. Reese also spoke at the Lu Verne and Livermore churches Sunday morning and Mr. Sheffield spoke at the E.U.B. Church in Lu Verne Sunday evening. HONOREES Two Kalona members of the Kaloaa Lodge No. 506 I.O.O.F. were honored for their long years REMEMBER LASTYEARS WEATHER? Use Treflarf.., the weatherproof soybean weed killer. It stays put to kill grass and weeds even when it's too wet to cultivate. <Treflan«-trinuralin, Elanco) For Top Performance CO-OP Gasoline Fuel Oils Oils and Lubricants TELEPHONE 295 - 5614 Whitfcmore Co-op Berate CO-OP and "'^^ Golden Sim Feed*

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