The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 29
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LuVERNE Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom 10-Algona la.) Upper D«j Mofnftt Thursday, July 20, 1967 Big Crowd Sees Burf Karfs Take Trophies BURT - A large crowd of fans witnessed Go-Kart races at Burt Wednesday night. About 20karts competed for cash prizes and trophies. Burt racers captured the biggest share of the winnings. Boyd Shipler won the B-Open Division. His brother, Max Shipler, practically ran away with the A-Modified class and Arlen Doocy, Whlttemore, copped honors in the A-Stock division. The feature of the evening, a Powder Puff Derby, found six women competing for thevictory. Mary Kissner, Burt, edged out her competitors to finish first. - o Mrs. Steve Crist and Kurtis, Hayward, Calif., arrived by plane on Wednesday for a two weeks visit at the homes of her father, H.E. Rachut and sister, Helen and family, the Ed Smiths, Jr. Mr. Crist, who is visiting his parents in Ohio, will join hie family in Burt next week. Mrs. Hilda Gifford had her family together Sunday for the first time in seven years. Home to enjoy a visittogether were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alborn and three children, Silver Bay, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt and daughters, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grubb, Steven, The LuVerne Legion sponsored a bus trip to Minneapolis to see the Twins ball game. There were 36 men that went from Lu Verne. Mrs. Emily Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly, LuVerne, and Mrs. Emma Kubly, Eagle Grove, are visiting their sister-in-law and aunt, Mrs. Louise Jutte, Des Moines. Mrs. Wilma Baskervillehadas guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, George and Martha Lotheringer and Esther Loth- eringer, Fort Dodge. Bill Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, was a guest of his parents over the weekend. Richard Blake, Walthill, Nebr., spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake. Mrs. Richard Blake and son are visiting her parents in Panama City, Panama. She plans to be there a month. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch and grandson, Paul Putnam of Algona, went to West Okoboji Saturday for the weekend. Sunday, their daughter, Sheryl, the Michael Whites of Denver, Colo, came for a few days visit. A dinner was held in their honor. Wm. Hoepner, Omaha, helped move his mother, Mrs. Emma Hoepner, back into her home in LuVerne from Omaha over the weekend. Randy, Patty and Kathi, Mrs. Beulah Dundas, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gifford, Martha and Joan Gifford and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Allen. Members of the Fortnightly Club will meet at the home of Lydia Schwletert Friday, July 21. Cindy Wellendorf, Algona, visited from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon with her friends, Kim and Laura Troutman. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiner enjoyed a week's fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill, Scott and Susie attended a family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jandl recently. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Claussen and family, Osseo, Minn.; were guests of her sisters and brothers, Alvina, Albert and Paul Hasse, and the Wendell Chris- tensens Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandt, Weils, Minn., were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steward, Davis, Calif., spent several days the past week visiting at the home of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward. iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinninntfflmwimmitiHif Lone Rock! By Mrs. Jesse Blanchard j iiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiuifltiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittinraiil Guests Sunday at the A. A. Krueger home were Mrs. Ronald Christensen and Jean, Belgrade, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee and Mike, Mrs. Pauline Me- In1937when Mrs.W.S. of Davenport telephoned Seattle the call had to go through three Long Distance operators and cost $3.00, Today she can dial the same call herself in 23 seconds and it costs 90c. A chat by Long Distance on Sunday has been a tradition in many families for a long time. Thirty years ago it often took several minutes to put the call through, and the cost was fairly substantial. Today you can call anywhere in the nation in a matter of seconds. And as for cost-just look at these comparisons: NIGHT AND SUNDAY RATES* 1937 Davenport to Seattle $3.00 Des Moines to San Francisco Sioux City to Miami Davenport to Phoenix Council Bluffs to New York Mason City to New Orleans 'All rales quoted for 3-nnnute stdlmn ill Al;..-r .-'. >' '.' •. • (.all anywhere m 48 stales for 90C < ,• /..v,.v A.i.i • -•• < •• • 2.75 2.50 2.25 1.95 1.60 1967 $.90 .90 .90 .80 .80 .75 Northwestern Bell Guire, Will Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neswold and "Howie", a house guest of theirs for two weeks from Chicago, Ell., and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer and David and Bryan. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Meyer's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bras and Harris were Monday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Tena Jensen and the Robert Hanna family went to Albert Lea, Minn. Sunday as dinner guests of the James Jensens in honor of their daughter Brenda's birthday. Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Ronald Christensen and Jean, Belgrade, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Krueger called on Mrs. Marie Dacken Sunday evening at Fairmont. U.P.W. circles will meet as scheduled, except Ruth circle will meet in the church parlors. Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock and Ellen Bullock left Sunday for their daughter's home, Mrs. Dave Ludwig at Council Bluffs, to stay overnight. They left Monday morning for southern California to visit a sister of Mrs. Bullock's who is seriously ill, and other relatives. Ex-Lone Rock Girl Recent Business Grad NANCY CHRISTENSEN LONE ROCK-Nancy Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christensen, Belgrade, formerly of Lone Rock, graduated Thursday evening, June 22, from the Minnesota School of Business. The graduation exercises were held at the Minneapolis Art Institute. Nancy received her diploma in the accounting and machines course. She is now employed at Aladdin Laboratories and Mfg. Co. in Minneapolis. Before enrolling at the Minnesota School of Business, Nancy attended Northwestern College. She is a 1965 graduate of Belgrade High School. - o TO WASHINGTON Mrs. Wilfred Radig left Sunday from Perry with a group of Lutheran ladies to attend the international L. W. M. L. convention at Washington, D. C. The convention is to be held at the Washington Hilton Hotel. - o Mrs. Ray Laabs entertained the Modernette Club at her home Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Melvin Thiesen, Mrs. Robert Lynch and Mrs. Paul Bernhard. The Aguust meeting will be with Mrs. Wm. Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinne, LuVerne, are parents of a girl weighing 9 Ibs., 2 oz. She has been named Tammy Lynn and was born at St. Ann hospital, Algona. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Schadendorf and paternal grandparents are Mrs. Henry Kinne and the late Henry Kinne, Corwith. Mrs. John Sones, Laurens, and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sones and family, Marathon, called on Mrs. John Sones* mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer have been taking care of their grandchildren from Call* fornia the past three weeks. Their son-in-law came Saturday to take the children back to Inglewood where they will get acquainted with their new brother. They will fly back Monday. Sunday dinner guests at the John Bellinger home following the baptism of their son, Gary Jon, were Mrs. Georgia Marlow, Lyle Marlows and Deann, Bud Marlow and boys, Lloyd Bellingers and Greg, Willis Woodwick and Lisa from Algona. Sponsors for the baby were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Marlow and Lloyd Bellinger. Weekend callers at the John Bollinger home were Mary Ann and Joan Weber from Aglona, the George Bellingers from Fenton, Bert Willretts from Burt, Lyle Marlows and Deann, Clair Bellingers and Marilyn, Lone Rock. Mrs. Wilfred Radig entertained two of her birthday clubs. The first was her 500 club. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lyle Marlow, high, Mrs. Milton Marlow, low, and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, travel. The other was her Friendly Birthday club. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sloan became parents of a baby boy born June 29 at Inglewood, Calif. The little lad weighed 7 Ibs., 13 oz., and has been named David John. He has a sister and brother. Mrs. Sloan is the former Mary Ann Dittmer, daughter of the Lawrence Dittmers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson took the Karl Ewoldts to Dexter, Minn. Sunday where they visited friends and relatives, the Fred Doldorfs, Warren Mead and the Maurice Sonksen family. Sunday callers at the Me r win Marlows were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Thompson and two of their daughters who are here from Florida, also Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends. Mr. and Mrs. Merril Marlow and family, Omaha, visited at the Merwin Marlows Wednesday till Sunday. The Kearn Marlows were overnight guests there Saturday. ENGINEER'S PROPOSAL FOR TRANSLATOR COVERAGE OF KOSSUTH COUNTY IT JOU^i \ o . 9 > T O T J E . • S 0 . T' Y E . M 0 u\ B" !\ 1 0 I'. : "'•if '£3 .•a-. R 1 E T 0 R i. J r., .-<* POLYCOHIC MOJICTIOH V "Be it resolved that all towns, including Bancroft, Fenton, Burt, Lone Rock, Whittemore, Sexton, Wesley, St. Benedict, Irvington, Corwith, LuVerne, St. Joe, West Bend, Titonka and Lotts Creek, within Algeria's 15-mile trade area favor translator TV because it benefits everyone - and it is free/' WE SUPPORT THE ALGONA COMMUNITY BUSINESSMEN AND WE ASK THEIR SUPPORT IN A CAUSE THAT WILL BENEFIT THE ENURE SUBURBAN COMMUNITY! THIS AD SPONSORED BY YOUR RURAL & NEIGHBORING COMMUNITY FRIENDS. JULIUS BAAS, CHAIRMAN

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