The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1967
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2-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, May 4, 1967 BnwimniiiiminiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiM | AROUND ALGONA \ aiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinim™ BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. Leighton MIsbach became grandparents for the first time April 25 when their daughter, Mary, Mrs. David Smart, Evanston, El., gave birth to a baby girl in an Evanston hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Misbach left Friday to spend a week in Evanston to help the new parents and meet their new granddaughter, who has been named Susan. MRS. JAMES F. MILDER entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Guest was Mrs. Ted Herbst. High score was held by Mrs. Dean Parrott, with two tables in play. MR. AND MRS. R. J. Xaughton of Storm Lake arrived Saturday to remain overnight with Mr. and Mrs. James F. Milder. The two couples left Sunday for Chicago where they are attending a convention of L.P. gas personnel. They returned yesterday (Wed.). Patty Reding remained with the Milder children during the absence of their parents. MRS. RANDALL SHIERK and Stephanie and Scott, Minneapolis, arrived Friday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn. Mr. Shierk arrived Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Jr., and the Rovn family. DR. AND MRS. L. L. Snyder and their youngest two children spent Saturday at Grinnell where they visited their eldest son, John, a student at Grinnell College. MRS. WADE SULLIVAN and her daughter, Mollie, Mrs. W. B. (Bing) MacDonald, attended a dinner and shower at Emmetsburg Country Club Wednesday evening for a niece of Mrs. Sullivan, Margaret Ann Kelly, daughter of Mrs. Ed Kelly and the late Ed Kelly. MR. AND MRS. Elgin Allen spent Sunday at Clear Lake where they visited her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zahm. BILL BART LETT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes;Bartlett and a student at Morningside College in Sioux City, spent the weekend with his parents. ROBERT BONNETTE left Friday by plane for California. He is to leave the coast for his second tour of duty in Vietnam. He had been in service over six years, was discharged, and recently re-enlisted. His wife is to remain with her parents during his absence. MR. AND MRS. Max Bartholomew spent Parents' Weekend at Indianola where their daughter, Gail, is a student at Simpson College. They were joined by their other daughter, Trudy, student at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon. FOUR ALGONA COUPLES attended a Kiwanis banquet at Mar- shalltown last evening (Wed.), with the featured speaker being the international president of the organization, Dr. Glenn Reed of Atlanta, Ga. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, he being an international trustee, also the president of the local club, Joe Pomplun and his wife, the local secretary, Rev. Frank Harcey and his wife, and local chairman of boys' and girls' committee, Royal Xold and his wife. WEEKEND GUESTS of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Shey were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shey of Red Oak. MRS. FRANK OSTRUM is visiting her sisters at Oelv.-ein and plans to visit her grandsons, Jerry and Steve Ostrum and their families. She will then go to Kenosha, Wise, where she will visit another grandson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ostrum, and ethers. MRS. NORMAN O'DELL. ±e former Sandra Skiilir.j, daucnter of Elliott Skillir.g, ar.d he: ;•»?. sons are -.nth Mr. and Mrs. C-ec. O'Dell in Homer, Mich. Her husband, Norman, is in the postal service in Vietnam. Mrs.O'Deli and her two sons had previously spent about two years here with Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Skillir.g:. MRS. JERRY OSTRUM of Dubuque has been visiting her parents at Bode and other relatives. Her husband will arrive this weekend to visit his mother, Mrs. Elliott Shilling, and other relatives. DR. AND MRS. D. J. Shey went to Des Moines yesterday (Wed.), where he was to attend a two-day conference of Iowa veterinarians. They will return home this evening. MICHELLE CASSEL, student at St. Teresa's College, Winona, Minn., spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel. Her guest was a classmate, Sue Beck, Bismarck, N.D. GUESTS LAST weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McMullin, Brooklyn, la., and her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McMullin and Lisa, Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. Allen Buchanan spent from Saturday until Tuesday at the Holiday Inn at Lake Okoboji where Mr. Buchanan attended a conference of Iowa abstractors. MRS. FRANK MOULTON will entertain her bridge club next Thursday. A GROUP OF Algona ladies entertained at a one o'clock luncheon and a 6:30 p. m. dinner at Algona Country Club Monday. Hostesses included Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr., Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. Matthew Streit, Mrs. J. C. Everds, Mrs. Julius Kunz and Helen Dingley. EUGENE HUTCHINS and his assistant, Keith Hopp of Forest City, are attending a conference of the Federal Land Bank of Omaha today and tomorrow at Des Moines. MRS. L. L. RITER will leave by plane next Wednesday for Detroit, Mich, where she will visit her daughter, Mary, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Magan. Her son-in-law will receive his M.D. degree from Wayne University there and will enter his internship soon. MRS. EDWARD ADAMS entertained her bridge club Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. James Milder and Mrs. Charles Sheakkv. LuVerne Area Farms Suffer Wind Damage LUVERNE - The wind did considerable damage in the LuVerne area Sunday evening. A near- r.e»- cattle shed was blown down or. the Paul Stahl's farm. Other tuiidincs were damaged, too. There was some damage on the Milton Davis, Bill Jergensen, Joe Thorn and Elmer Youngwirth farms. Les* Barber Shop ladies An Appropriate Memorial See or Call FLOYD H EIM An Experienced MEMORIALIST Phone Collect 332-1302 HUMBOLDT Largest Selection IN IOWA K ALLIN OHNSON 'jptONUMINT CO. Display and Priidiictlnn Plant NEW LOCATION 1914 North 15th Street (South of Treloars Inn) Fort Dodge, Iowa OVEK 40 TEARS SERVICE You're Invited To The 9th Annual FREE WIGWAM 'N WAGON CAMPERS SHOW - MAY 5 - 6 - 7 North Iowa Fairgrounds - on U.S. 18 West of Mason City See The Latest In TRAVEL TRAILERS, TENTS - TENTJTRAILERS MOBIL HOME UNITS Also a State Conservation Booth and Smokey The Bear Display REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES 2 LARGE BLDGS. OF EXHIBITS Open 4 to 10 P.M., Friday, May 5 Open Noon to 9 P.M., Saturday, May 6 Open Noon to 4 P.M., Sunday, May 7 Compers Welcome To Use Fairgrounds For Camping Purposes 1 bowling team took their husbands out to dinner at the Star Light Restaurant in Ft. Dodge Sunday evening. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Les Calkins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hippen, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilhelm, Mr. and Mrs. John Pergande, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunkel. - o - W.S.C.S, WORKSHOPS The Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service workshops was held this week on Monday afternoon at Clarion, Tuesday afternoon at Lake City, and Tuesday evening at Humboldt. Mrs. BUI Goesch is district leader of circle chairmen and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer is district secretary of campus ministry. They will be teaching at all three of these meetings. Others attending from LuVerne were Minnie Davidson, Laurine Jergensen, Eleanor Kubly, Eunice Blake, Lucille Legler, Vera Thorn and Yulahmae Voss. - o - Rev. and Mrs. Biesemeyer went to Des Moines on Wednesday to attend an all-day meeting on area Christian vocations. Mrs. Biesemeyer will be the guest speaker at the Rutland Woman's society of Christian Service this afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman spent the weekend fishing at Bass Camp, Rolling Stone, Minn. George Hanselman was home from Iowa State University, Ames, for the weekend to help care for the farm while Ids parents went fishing. Mr. and Mrs. George Berte, Brenda and Brian of Lee Summit, Mo., brought Mrs. Helen Toohey home Uiis weekend. She has been visiting the re for five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carroll were hosts at a dinner Sunday honoring Mr. and 'Mrs. George Berte, Brenda and Brian. Other dinner guests included Mrs. Helen Toohey and Mr. and Mrs. Monte Toohey and family. Theresa Toohey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Toohey, has been ill with the flu. A shower for Joan Norcross was held in the LuVerne city hall Sunday at 2 p. m. Hostesses were Marlene Norcross, Mrs. Jerry Stille, Mrs. Earl John, Mrs. Joe Norcross, Mrs. Gary Norcross and Mrs. Robert Norcross. There were 45 guests from LuVerne, Renwick, Belmond, Iowa Falls and Humboldt. Marlene Norcross, Iowa Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norcross. Mrs. Harley Christiansen, Ringsted, spent the day with her mother, Mrs. Anna Hanselman in LuVerne. Achievement Day will be held at the LuVerne Community School Tuesday, May 9, with the program beginning at 1:30 p. m. All are invited to inspect the work on display; all grade rooms, science, homemaking, industrial arts, language arts and all other departments of the school. Punch and cookies will be served by the homemaking girls following the program. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. across from new Municipal parking lot. County Meeting The Kossuth county units of the American Legion Auxiliary will hold their quarterly meeting May 9 at 2 p.m. at the Legion Hall in Swea City. There will be installation of officers. EC-CO THIS WEEK WENDY PINE ROOM — Hotel Algona — "THE INN PLACE" HERE'S A FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! INTEREST CARRYING CHARGE DOWN PAYMENT DINETTE SETS SEVERAL STYLES AND COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM $29 95to $119 95 CARPETING IN ALL PRICE RANGES LIVING ROOM SUITES FROM $179.95 to $299.95 BEDROOM SUITES PLATFORM ROCKERS FROM $29.95 to 5/9.95 FINISHED & UNFINISHED CHESTS OF DRAWERS $9.95 to 49.95 MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS EACH 3995 FINISHED & UNFINISHED WRITING DESKS $18.95 to $49.95 MAPLE BUNK BEDS COMPLETE WITH MATTRESS AND SPRINGS COAST TO COAST STORES USE OUR E I PAYWAY PLAK Ed Wolf, Owner Algona, Iowa •.

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