The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1967 · Page 15
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Concern With The Party will be the topic. - o- WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley flew from Des Moines to Austin, Tex. last Thursday to attend the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beardsley. They were taken to Des Moines by Helen Dingley to meet the plane. Miss Dingley visited her sister Zaida and husband Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Nugent. At Austin, the Beards- leys were joined by their daughter, Margaret Ann, Cheverly, Md., their son Walter and family of Midland, Texas, but their son Tom of Riverside, Cal. was unable to be present. ATTENDS WEDDING Mrs. Bertha Spear has returned from Chicago where she visited her daughter Betty and at Highland, HI. with her son, Elmer Lattimer and family. At Rockford, 111., she was with her brother, Hugo Hans. Prior to this, she had been at Barrington, ni. to attend the wedding of her granddaughter, Beth Bartells, to Robert Brewer. - o - WED 50 YEARS Dr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkinson of Solon celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday, July 10. They will hold open house but the plans are not for an elaborate observance. Dr. Jenkinson is a 1910 graduate of the Algona High School and took his medical course at the University at Iowa City. For some time he was on the hospital staff, but later went into private practice. He is devoting part of his time to writing a book on medicine. - o - CLUB MEETINGS The Idle Hour bridge club meets Wednesday with Mrs. Delia McCullough. Mrs. James Kelly entertained a group of friends at an informal party Thursday evening. Mrs. Elmer Kelley is entertaining her card club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Russell Cook was hostess to her bridge club last Wednesday afternoon. - o - FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling, Mrs. Helen Passmore and David, daughter and grandson of the Sterlings, attended a Bateman family reunion recently at Webster City. Mrs. Sterling was a Bateman girl. The meeting was held in the basement of the new First National Bank. ™ HAS BIRTHDAY Adrian Sterling's birthday July 10 was celebrated with a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller came from Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, Mary Beth and Sterling came from Ankeny, and Mrs. Helen Passmore and David who make their home with the Sterlings. - o - LUNCHEON HOSTESS Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. was hostess for the luncheon and bridge party at Algona Country Club July 5. Winners were Mesdames John Kohlhaas, Mel Bay and Elmer Dole. New Pastor Is Installed At S-C, Ledyard LEDYARD - Rev. W. Marion Bloodworth lias been assigned to the Ledyard and Swea City Methodist churches. He gave his first sermon here June 25 and comes to the churches here from the Hinton - Merrill Methodist churches. Both Rev. Bloodworth and his \vife were born and raised in Georgia. They moved to Iowa in 1959. They have two sons, Michael, 20, who is now serving with the Naval Reserves, and Stephen, 10, who will be in the sixth grade in the Swea City school. Rev. Bloodworth has served churches in Georgia and Iowa and in the first year of his ministry in 1954-55 he was selected as "Town and Country Minister of the Year" for the Athens- Tuesday, July 11, 1967 Algono (la.) Upper DM Moiiw-9 YOU CAN DO A FIGURE no skipping, no missing, no wrapping, with this new, positive twin drive BRADY HA YMAKER! Brady hay conditioners improve your hay crop by 50% . . . dries 50% faster, softer, more palatable. Saves the protein, carotene, and other vitamin content. Your BRADY HAYMAKER will crimp the stems and release excess moisture without damaging nutritious leaves, Call today for a free demonstration on your farm. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT J015 NOiTH MAIN Elberton district in Georgia. He replaces Rev. Edward Maus, who is now serving the Akron-Westfield Congregational church. Rev. Maus and his family were honored with a farewell by the congregation June 2G. He served the Swea City church for six years and the Ledyard church for the past 3 1/2 years. - o - AUXILIARY MEETING The Matzencr-Estle American Legion Auxiliary will meet July 11 at 8. Mrs. Everett Thompson and Mrs. William Bauman will be the hostesses. New officers will be installed and the Girls State representative, Lynn Munyer, and the Boys State representative, Ray Govern, will speak. The junior members of the Auxiliary will also be guests. - o - SQUARE DANCE The Fanners and Charmers will have a square dance at the Ledyard town park Wednesday evening, July 12. George Booth of Fairmont will be the caller. All area dancers and spectators are welcome. CHURCHES The general meeting of United Presbyterian Women was held July G. This was medical missions family night and the meeting was held at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ethel Colwell gave devotions, music by Mrs. Joseph Skow and the executive board was in charge of serving. "BLACK-OUT" At the time of death, will your bills black-out your lift- insurance ... or will your life insurance black-out your bills? For information to avoid this black-out period, contact me. JOHN R. BURNS Phone 295-2503 Box 302 Algona, la. Representative for Central Life Assurance Company "One of the best" — since 1896 All year we've been saying: 21 Oldsmobiles below $2920. AlOOHA But checkour prices now! There never was a better time to buy a beautifully engineered Rocket-Action Olds than now- during your Olds Dealer's annual Year End Sale! Selection's great. Savings are even greater. Toronado, Ninety-Eight, 88, Cutlass, Vista-Cruiser, 4-4-2, F-85-are all priced for big savings. So see your Oldsmobile Dealer quick and take your pick. He's saying Y.E.S. to every reasonable offer. Go Oldsmobile at your nearest (J5I transportation center IUM Of UCfUUCt D A U ' S GARAGE, 125 S. Dodge, Algona, Iowa

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