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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1967
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8-Algo;na, (la.) Upper De* Moinw THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1967 Give County Report On Heart Fund Donations Kossuth county turned in a total f $4,441.28 in the recent Heart fund drive, it has been reported by Mrs. Donald Mitchell, county chairman. There were some a mymous donations, the Burt lai.y added, but the breakdown of contributions by townships and towns follows: Buffalo- Mrs. Ed Uken, dim., $113.00. Burt- Mrs. Pat Bradley, dim., $147.50. Cresco - Dr. Wlnkel, dim., $93.50. Eagle - Mrs. James Koons, dim., $53.00. Fenton — Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, dim., $93.00. Garfield- Mrs. Donald Usher, chin., $74.25. German - Mrs. Irvin Benken, dim., $119.25. Grant - Mrs. Robert Briggs, dim., $62.50- $2.00 memoriam. Greenwood - Mrs. Hill Bernard, dim., $85.50. Harrison — Mrs. Robert Barslou, dim., $74.90. Hebron- Mrs. Edwin Nauman, dim., $06.50. Irvingtoii - Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, clun, $74.50. Ledyard- Mrs. Vernon Smith, chin., $74.00. Lincoln - Mrs. David Yegge, dim., $83.75. Lotts Creek - Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, dim., $120.00. LuVerne - Mrs. Gail Wolf, dim., $67.00. Plum Creek - Mrs. Everett Broesder, dim., $69.50. Portland- Mrs. Frank Becker, chm., $$97.00. Prairie - Mrs. Nick Arndorfer, dim., $87.50. Ramsey- Mrs. Ted Van Hove, dim., $67.30. Rlverdale - Bernard Thilges, chm., $107.50. Seneca - Mrs. R. M. Fortney, chm., $85.50. Sherman— Mrs. Wm. Goetsch, chm., $103.75. Springfield - Mrs. Lawrence Brandt, chm., $54.50. Swea — Mrs. Laurel Peterson, dim., $80.00. Union - Mrs. Daniel Fisher, dim., $112.00. Wesley- Mrs.DwightSeaberg, chm., $38.70. Whittemore - Albert Kramer, chm., $87.00 TOWNS Algona - Soroptomlst Club, dim., $296.00. Bancroft - Mrs. Joe Welp, Sr., chm., $214.10. Burt - Mrs. James Fries, dim., $150.95. Fenton - Mrs. Gus Krause, chm., $98,70. Lakota - Rev. OftedalU, chm., $149.00. Ledyard - Mrs. E. A. Carpenter, dim., $93.00. Lone Rock- Mrs.FrankFlaig, dim., $58.50. LuVerne - Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, dim., $163.35. Swea City - Mrs. Vivian Charleson, chm., (not reported). Titonka- Mrs.DwightGarrett, dim., $110.00. Wesley - Mrs. Edna Klein, dim., $152.13. Whittemore - Mrs. Leonard Elbert, dim., $232.20. Mother's Day Visitors Are Many, L-Rock LONE ROCK- Four members of the communicant's class became members of the Presbyterian church Sunday. They were Cynthia Blanchard, Richard Knoll, David Newbrough and Marilyn Person. Mrs. Bill Shelton, Webster City, spent Mother's Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer. The Gordon Blanchard family, Mason City, and Mrs. Maude Blanchard were Sunday dinner guests of the Harlan Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. JohnSones called on her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jorgenson, Ledyard, were Mother's Day guests of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington. A, A. Krueger went to Belgrade, Minn. Sunday to visit the Ronald Christensons and Monday left for Hackensack, Minn, to do some fishing with Ernest Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Algona, and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were Mother's Day dinner guests of the Melvin Meyers, Swea City. The E. A. Lees and Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Britt. Ellen Bullock, Corning, and Mrs. Dave Ludwig and Melinda, Council Bluffs, were weekend guests at their parent's home, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock. Mr. Ludwig came Sunday, Mrs. Albert Bullock spent last week with her daughter, Ellen, and Thursday attended a breakfast with her daughter. Portland Ladies Pay Tributes Mother's Day PORT LAND-The Portland Social Club met Thursday afternoon, May, 11, in the home of Shirley Lovstad, eight membersanswer- ing roll call : Effle Teeter, Josphine Arend, Jessie Miller, Esther Williams, Elizabeth Kennedy, Edith Jamil, Alleda Harms, and Shirley Lovstad. Mrs. Jack Thompson and John were guests. Each member had a picture of their mother and a mother's day poem, for roll call. Program, "A talk on their trip to California, by Jessie Miller." A delicious lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meet- Ing. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, June 9th in the home of Alleda Harms. Roll call, a picture of your fahter and a Father's Day Poem. - o - The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, May 18th, in the home of Stella Wiskus with Ella Lampe of Bancroft, assistant hostess. Roll Call "What my Mother did that is outmodted now". Program, "Crafts", by Nadine Shipler, fun time by June Sparks and Mary Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary spent Sunday afternoon in the Harold Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jen and Randy spent Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. W. A. Wood, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. FrankDreyerand Jane of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. John Hovey of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolf of Fenton, Terry Tieman and Dwight Gurdet of Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests in the Jack Tieman home. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill went to Winnebago Illinois to spend the weekend in the David West home and see the new granddaughter. The little Miss weighed 5 pounds and 14 ounces and has been named Laura Edith after the grandmothers on both sides. Mrs. Weston is the former Deloris Trunkliill, granddaughter of Tony and Edith Jandl. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker visited in the Martin Becker home, in Algona, Sunday evening. Word has been received here by relatives and friends that Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, who flew out to Boston Massachusetts to be at the bedside of their son Jimmie, hurt in a car accident, plan to be back home some time, May 16th. Jimmie is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen visited Mrs. Cecelia Scott, Saturday evening in St. Ann Hospital. Mrs. Scott took ill with bronchitis, and entered the hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Andreasen were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Edna Brundag of Sanborn Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were guests at a Confirmation dinner, Sunday, in honor of Miss Beverly Ann Fitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch of Rockwell, in the Parish Hall of the Rockwell Lutheran Church. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Frendahl and Mrs. EdnaDanielsen and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch and family, Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and Gene of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller and family of Fairfax, Grandma True of Greene, Floyd True and family. Marble Rock. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Mr. ami Mrs. Richard Bristow left Friday morning for N. Minnesota, where they visited the Dillis Marlow family, Craig Marlow was on leave from the Army. Mr. and Mrs.ErickSeegebarth of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristo-.v and family, Lu- Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and family and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Day and Tracy of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Brett, were Saturday evening supper guests in the P. W. Marlow home, in honor of Mrs. Nancy Olson and boys of New Jersey. Mrs. Olson and boys have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld in Algona. Mother's Day diruier and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels, were Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Doug and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister and Bill, Eugene Meister of Fayette, Mary Ann Goetz of Olwein and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Brett. V.F.W. Auxiliary Has Installation At Swea City SWEA & EAGLE- Installation of officers for the year 1967-68 was the main order of business Monday evening, May 8, for the Swea City Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. Mrs. Wallace Johnson was installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Warren Thompson, Conductress. Mrs. Edwin Blair was installed as President for the ensuing years, succeeding Mrs. Bruce Graham. Other officers will be Senior Vice-president, Mrs. Edwin Berggren, Junior Vice-president, Mrs. Paul Wiechmann, Secretary, Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, Treasurer, Mrs. Kenneth Brones, Chaplain, Mrs. Carlos Engelby, Conductress, Mrs. Warren Thompson, Guard, Mrs. Amery Charlson, three year trustee, Mrs. Michael Davis, two year Trustee, Mrs. James Johnson, 1 year trustee, Mrs. Wallace Johnson. Color Bearers will be No. 1, Mrs. Carlyle Engelby, No. 2, Mrs. George Eden, No. 3, Mrs. Michael Davis, and No. 4, Mrs. Wallace Johnson. Flag Bearer, Mrs. Norine Danielson and Banner Bearer, Mrs. William Phelps. Historian, Mrs. Kenneth Brones, and Patriotic Instructor, Mrs. Bruce Graham. Mrs. Gordon Jones will be musician, and Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff, assistant musician. Assistant secretary, Mrs. Earl Berg, and assistant conductress, Mrs. George Elliot. Assistant Guard, Mrs. Harold Fischer. - o - Enjoying dinner together on Mothers Day at the White House at Blue Earth were the Sam Larsons and Ann, the Ronald Johnsons, Mrs. Alvena Bensen, Emmetsberg, and the Art Larsons and daughters. Mrs. Bensen is a sister of Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mather were Thursday evening guests at the Terry Johnson home. On Sunday evening, the two couples enjoyed dinner together at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson were Friday evening callers at the Donald Miller home at Burt. Sunday afternoon guests at the Glenn Clarks were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Waterbury, Ids mother, Mrs. Mary Waterbury, Fairmont. The Waterburys are former residents of this area. Any cor- respondance would reach the lat- ter Mrs. Waterbury at the Gary Waterbury home at Interlaken, as she will be making an indefinite visit there. BYF members met at the Glenn Clark home Sunday evening for a meeting and surprise graduation party for Grace Crandall. There were abour 12 young folks present. They presented Miss Crandall with a gift, and enjoyed refreshments together. MissCran- dall has to leave immediately after graduation for College. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans attended services at the Grace Lutheran Church, Fairmont, Sun- flay morning and were dinner guests at the home of their son, the Loren Hanses. Oilier guests were the E. G. Jorgensens, Ledyard. The Loren Hanses' son, Kleth, was confirmed that morning in a class of 31. Mother's Day was observed also by the group. HOSPITAL NEWS , fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MAY 9-Admitted: Fred Kent, Sr., Algona, medical; dismissed: John Zeller, Algona. MAY 10 - Admitted: John Welp, Bancroft, medical; Eileen Hecht, Ft. Dodge, accident; dismissed: Cecil Todd, Bancroft; Fred Kent, Ernest Johnson, Kathy Dorweiler, Henry Otto, Algona. MAY 11 - Admitted: Mary Ann Studer, Titonka, medical; Mrs. Esther DeKamp, Burt, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Vivian Kent, Fritz Nielsen, Algona. MAY 12-Admitted: Jessie Elmore, Algona, medical; Cecelia Scott, Burt, medical; Alona Berte, Bode, medical; dismissed: Janet Arndorfer, Corwith; Eileen Hecht, Ft. Dodge. MAY 13 - Admitted: Tom Carman, Algona, medical; Vivian Jones, Goldfield,accident; Frank Mescher, accident, expired; dismissed: Baby girl Carey, John Welp, Bancroft. MAY 14 - Admitted: Conrad Heerdt, Burt, medical; Betty Rowlet, Lakota, medical; dismissed: Tom Carman, Algona, Esther Black, Lone Rock. MAY 15 - Admitted: Sharon Reding, Bode, T & A; dismissed : LaVonne Pittman, Jesse Elmore, Algona; Alona Berte, Bode; JosephDerner, West Bend. MAY 16-Admitted: Mrs.Edna Kollasch, Ledyard, medical. Honor Mickey O'Brien Mary Michaeleen O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. O'Brien of Whittemore, better known as "Mickey", was honored at the College of St. Mary, Omaha, May 8, in an awards ceremony for being the best stage-crew worker, which has been her specialty in undergraduate plays. The famed 45th Infantry Division CThunderbird), Oklahoma National Guard, fought through four D-Day landings in World War n and amassed a total of 496 combat days in the line. The D-Day landings included Sicily, Salerno, Anzio and Southern France. Early in December, 1951, units of the 45th filed into positions along the Korean battle line and shortly thereafter became the first National Guard division to blast the Communist enemy. The pig market at Medford, Wisconsin, is the world's largest. A broker was originally a retailer of goods belonging to another. The perfect gift for the college student - a portable Smith- Corona typewriter. Also, handy metal files to keep reports, essays and exams organized. Visit the Office Supply Dept., UPPER DBS MOINES. INDIANAPOLIS "500 TIME TRIALS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - 5:30 - 6:00 ON •i We see where Pierre Salinger has bet $4000 that President Johnson won't run in '68. This is a little out of our class, but well bet $2 that hell be running someplace... NISSEN'S SUMMER SAUSAGE GLASER'S CHIPPED $100 U.S. CHOICE BEEF ROASTS SHOW BOAT 300 size fin GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS MONARCH FROZEN LEMONAD SWANSDOWN ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX DUTCH LOAF CHEESE lib. box FRESH SATHER'S COOKIES BAKED, 13-EGG RECIPE ANGEL ea, VOG BURT, IOWA

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