The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 6
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4~Al8onti (la.) Upper Dei Motn.i Thursday, Sept. 7, 1 967 iimiimmnimimnnmmi pperDesMoine Si SOCIETY NEWS WEDS IN THE WEST The marriage of Mrs. Helen J. White and Colonel Charles E. Shepherd, August 15, at Reno, Nevada, has been announced to friends In this area. The bride is a former Algona resident and served as clerk of the district court here for anumberofyears. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd will make their home at 3153 Hacienda Drive, Pebble Beach, Calif. - o- HELD REUNION A Hackbarth family reunion was held Aug. 27 in the Legion hall at Lone Rock. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hackbarth, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hackbarth and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hackbarth. - o- SHOWER HELD A pre-nuptial shower was held Saturday in the Good Hope church for Arleen Meyer, Scarville, who was visiting her fiance's mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore. The bridegroom-elect is Eugene Harbour, Minneapolis. The wedding will take place Sept. 9 at Scarville and the couple will be at home in Minneapolis. - o BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Lloyd Robinson was hostess at the weekly bridge club at the Algona Country Club Aug. 30. Winners were Mrs. O. B. Harmes, Mrs. John Kohlhaasand Mrs. Julius Kunz. fourth birthday Friday and his mother took him and his sister, Amy, and friends, Jeff Cowan and Scott Anderson, to Call State Park for a picnic. - o- O.E.S. PICNIC Eastern Stars will sponsor a picnic for all Masons and DeMolays and their respective families at Call state Park Sept. 10 at 4 p. m. Bring a covered dish and own table service. In case of bad weather, the picnic wOl be at the temple. 'BABY BAPTIZED ,•'"' '' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith 'are parents of a baby boy born Aug. 21 at St Ann hospital. He has been named James Michael and has two sisters, Lisa and Linda. The baby was baptized Sept. 3 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frideres as sponsors. Dinner guests in observance of the baptism were the sponsors and family and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman. KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Effie Teeter will be hostess to the Knit and Sew Club Tuesday, Sept. 12. - o - POTLUCK SUPPER Rebekah Lodge will meet Sept. 12 for a 6:30 pot-luck supper at the Izaak Walton hall. Each member should bring a covered dish and her table service. Committee in charge is Blanche Lage, Vera Graham and Ethel Hain. A business meeting will follow the supper. - o - ROYAL NEIGHBORS Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet Sept. 11 at 7:45 p. m. at 209 S. Williams St., Algona. - o- CLUB MEETINGS Mrs. Leo Thilges entertained her card club Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her 500 club Sept. 13. Mrs. Marie Larapright is entertaining her bridge club Sept. 13. - o - NEW ORGANIZATION Mrs. Bertha Spear was hostess to a newly-organized club of women. They will meet at regular intervals for covered dish suppers. ST. ANN AUXILIARY ' There was a nice turn-out, Sept. 4, at St. Ann's Auxiliary meeting to welcome the new Sisters. Business meeting was short. Mr. Greenberg and Mr. Briscoe gave interesting and ln: formative- talk's-"abbut W furiclP drive. ' - ; -'- '•:••• ;•' , ^; The Auxiliary has purchased equipment for the hospital besides working with the patients' comfort in mind. Pictures are taken of the new-born babies and given to the proud parents. The month of September has been set as a membership drive by the committee. The Fall Event will take the place of the October meeting. Time and place will be announced at a later date. - o- SONIS4 Jon, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen, celebrated his Ice Cream Lore The ice cream soda was introduced at the Centennial Exposition held in Philadelphia in 1879. The ice cream cone was introduced at the Louisiana Purchase exhibit held in St. Louis in 1904. VOTE! MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 12 NOON TO 7 P.M. Polls Located At: R«W?» min « n D' y C ! n ! er Bui ' ding in Rive ^ale Twp. _ Residents of Riverdale and Sherman Townships. mora C i ly rf H | al !, a r Wh , Itt<lm0r6 ~ Reside "»* <* Whitte. more and Lotts Creek Township. Do NOT h Ll? :h - 00 Ak t A '?° na ~ A " R «ident s Who uo NOT Live in Above Precincts. A D ,o E r?M? RS F ° R BOARD OF EDUCATION ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote For Two Ruth Bay Robert Black Phillip Diamond Joe E. Lynch TREASURER Vote For One Fred Diekmann .^^^••••••••i •••••••••••••••••••••••I •AD PRICES GOOD • THRU WED., SEPT. 13 TO BOARD Fivrro ELECTED'AT COURTESY OF LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS ALGONA, IOWA a "SWANSDOWN MIX REG. BOX... -— _™ „„, -,«, tsBBSEB BSBRflW WSU CASH EVERY WEEK- '350.00 WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY 4 LIGHT BULBS . .. SUGAR 10 LB. BAG 5 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK ! 1st JACKPOT, $130.00 2nd JACKPOT-$125.00 list PRIZE - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 Winning jackpot numbers will be posted each Monday. Bonus jackpot cards given with each $5.00 purchase. ALL MONIES NOT CLAIMED EACH WEEK WILL BE ADDED TO JACKPOT Jackpot Game is Given in Algona Store Only tr We reserve the right to limit quantities. . CREST TOOTHPASTE REG. 95c REG. OR MINT FLAVOR -— ... w. MlaflW I I /\lt/S* I — — -- — ——— — — _______ __j HEAD AND n <«> •> m* *.___... r—.— I SHOULDERS SHAMPOO REG. Me LOTION/ '>;} AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ! i LILT SPECIAL PERMANENT REG. $1.69 **w SECTION NO. 4 Section No. 1 FREE with this coupon & any purchase. N3RADEA1 - •"> ,«««« EGGSl "" JOIN THE LIST OF WINNERS: (NOTE: all winners are from this area!) d0r * e , r o7 $25 ° Ethel Johns ° n - $15 Mr,. Mrs. Bonnie Bradford - $15 Mrs. Dick Simpson - $15 Mrs. Dean Henry — $lo Albert Boelcelman— $10 Mrs. Carol Adan.T - $10 1. R. Egel - $15 * GRAIN BELT ALL FLAVORS WHITE 12 PAC REG. BOXES 50 LB. BLOCKS SWANSON'S VANILLA ICE CREAM T20Z. JARS BORDEN TWIN PAC PILLSBURY CINNAMON DEBBIE LIQUID PKGS.I 3 $1.00 FOLGER'S COFFEE FARMBEST .SMOKED WHOLE, POUND PICNICS EATWELL TUNA REG. SIZE CAN 2lb. can SLICED & TIED LB. •04MB-O4 • ••I FAMILY BAG • II "•""^'«»™^9Mwm<mMMH|imMK|^^ LEAN & MEATY BOSTON BUTT N. ^^^^ ^W ^^k ^H «IA K>>MK3a«eX^:>^MIK3^ LEAN & TENDER PORK STEAKS !>CKaa(CteaaBfeUMli . >U«M.' JML •jmm^>» 1 ^,» 1 ^», J __ ________ Ib. can DECKER QUALITY BACO iMORRELL'S ^"^'^•^'^•^"•^'^1^'^^ SKINLESS WIENERS| H WHITING ^••M^Hfe. jdHH^^^^^. gm jflP*"^^—^^"Lir—n g- • • — ^^.' • _ 5 LB. BOX WAGNER'S ORANGE Dl FULL QUART . C Ib. FRESH HEAD 12 oz. package MORRELL'S SMOKED SLICED BEEF SINGLE PKGS. - 35 e eq . tmmim^^ Thursday, Sept. 7, 1967 Afgone. (la.) Upper Des Mo!ne«-7 MR. AND MRS. William Eisen. bacher and two little daughters went to Kansas City Saturday and visited till Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson. MR. AND MRS. Ed Farrell attended an Alt family reunion Sunday at Call State Park. About 150 persons were in attendance, many coming from Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota. MR. AND MRS. Robert Harrison spent Sunday at Whittemore with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elbert and the Elberf s son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forsyth, Mtddletown, Ohio. MR. AND MRS. V.L. Gunder had as weekend guests the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Stootsberry, Ames. MR. AND MRS.C.R.Tippinand Bret were Labor Day weekend guests of Mrs. Tippln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson. MR. AND MRS. James Modrell had as weekend guests the tatter's parents, Mr. andMrs.Elvin Rohrberg, Glenwood. MRS. MAE RANEY and Mrs. Fern Young drove to Burt Monday and stopped at the Victor Fitch home. MRS. ALEX DERMAND has returned from a six-week visit to California, most of the time being spent at Palos Verdes with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nidas Demand. She was also at Los Angeles and other points and to Old Mexico. She also visited relatives and friends at San Diego, coming home via Colorado. Tuesday she left for Chicago and will meet Mr. Dermand at the home of their daughter, Kathy. Mr. Demand has been at Athens, Greece, his former home, and went to various surrounding towns meeting relatives and friends he left there when coming to Iowa 54 year s ago. It has been a most pleasant trip for him, seeing boyhood haunts, familiar orchards and vegetation and meeting many new relatives. MR. AND MRS. Roger Phillips, former Algonans who have been living at Glenwood, are moving to Davenport in the near future. Mr. Phillips will be employed at Rock Island, but they preferred to remain lowans. MR. AND MRS. Clyde Lloyd vacationed at McGregor over the weekend. JIMMIE BLACK, 7-year-old son of Hugh Black, was dismissed from St. Ann hospital last week. He had suffered a concussion in a fall at Des Moines. He is now able to attend school. MR. AND MRS. Erman Hanson have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bobo, Arlington, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Jerome Eisenbarth have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Huber, Bradley, Barry and Beth of Delhi. They have been vacationing at various places in Colorado. They visited John Arndorfer. He is greatgrandfather of the children. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson were Sunday dinner guests of Frances Wright and Hazel Brooks at Eagle Grove. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Achilles, New Hampton. MRS. ADA POST and a woman friend of Clear Lake stopped at the Dick Posts Sunday for a brief visit with the family and Mrs. Elizabeth Post. They were en- route home from West Bend. Mrs. Dick Post took the daughter, Joan, to Primghar Sunday and met a friend of Joan's who is also taking nurses training at Sioux City. The girls spend three days per week for a specified time taking their psychiatric training at the Cherokee hospital. MR. AND MRS. Steve Murchland left Tuesday for their home at San Diego, Calif. They had been called here by the death of Mr. Murchland's step-father, Raymond "Fuzzy" Robinault. The home has been sold to the city and Mrs. Robinault is established in one oftheMisbachapartments. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton are being visited by the latter's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martin, Union, Mo. Mrs. Martin is the former Elda Lavrenz. MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley spent last weekend at Rock Rapids with Mrs. Beardsley's brother, Paul Collins and wife. ALVENA MILLER spent the Labor Day weekend at Cedar Falls with relatives and friends. JEAN SIRES and John Bush flew in from Chicago Friday for an over Labor Day visit with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires. Mr. and Mrs. Sires will return with them via auto as a four passenger plane was not available. Mr. and Mrs. Sires will remain in Chicago for a week and will visit another daughter and family, Mr. andMrs.RobertDaniels. Mrs. Sires is on vacation from Good Samaritan Home I. MR. AND MRS. Robert Diekmann and family have returned from a vacation of a week at St. Louis, Mo. where they saw the baseball games and many other things of interest. CHURCH NEWS A NEW ADULT Membership Class will begin on Monday, Sept. 11, at 7:30 p.nx at Trinity Lutheran Church ,with Rev. Paul H. Sohn as instructor. The Thursday School Religion Classes will begin Sept. 14 from 6 to 8:00 p.m. for children in the 3rd through 8th grades, which includes Junior confirmation classes. Superintendent of the school is John Tielebein and teachers are: Rev. Paul Sohn, Rev. W. Friedrich, Mrs. Don Armstrong, Mrs. Ranney Leek, Mrs. Joe Divis, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thies, Mrs. James Hinton, Mrs. Edgar Meyer, Mrs. Roger Long; and Mr. Charles Ullom and Mrs. Mitch Taylor in charge of music. THE TRINITY Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon with M-s. Fern Houchins and Anna Hulenga as hostesses and the Evening Circle will meet at8:OOp.m.withMrs.JoAnn Schafer and Helen Haas as hostesses. Methodist Men will hold their first dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 13. The Methodist W.S.C.S. general meeting will have the customary luncheon Thursday at 1p.m. Sept. 7. Mrs. Roy Hutzell and Mrs. Ed Hagg are chairmen. Members of the Wesleyan Guild are invited to attend as usual. United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday for al;30o'- clock luncheon. This is guest day and Circle C will serve. Devotions by Mrs. Alwin Huenhold, music by Mrs. Keith Christie. Women of the Congregational church will meet Sept. 7 for a one o'clock luncheon. Circle I will serve. Rev. Merlin Davies of the Good Hope church will give a talk on "America, the Beautiful." Burt Boy Okay; Swallows A Thumb Tack MR. AND MRS. Gary McDonald were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. David Merryman and Mr. and Mrs. William Dietrich and families at a picnic Labor Day. MR. AND MRS, Ed Hagg and granddaughter, Louise Black, spent Sunday at Dell Rapids, S.D. with Mr. Hagg»s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. HU- dlng Hagg. Mr. Hagg has had recent cataract surgery at Iowa City University hospital. The Messrs. Hagg are cousins. Tommy Herrlck, Jr., 2 1/2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Herrick, Sr. of Burt, was rushed to a Rochester hospital late Tuesday night, Aug. 29, after he accidentally swallowed a thumbtack. X-rays at a Titonka physician's office indicated the tack was lodged in the lung cavity. The parents were advised to take him to Rochester immediately. The tack was safely removed, however a small lung puncture resulted. Pending further complications, Tommy was to have been released from the hospital Thursday.

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