The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1967
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Kossuth Leads Iowa Unit In Hational V.F.W. Parade SOCIETY NEWS WHEN THE IOWA DELEGATION of the Veterans of Foreign Wars joined the annual national convention parade in New Orleans last month, the Hawkeye unit was led by a Kossuth county veteran, Earl Berg of Swea City, pictured above. He happens to be state commander of the V.F.W. With him heading the Iowa unit is Luella Schmidt, state president of the V.F.W. Auxiliary. The parade started at 7 p. m. and continued until 11 p. m. and included a downpour of rain which dampened the marchers but not their enthusiasm. ONLY THE mark III HAS THE LITTLE RED ...exclusive with the mark Revolutionary GAS HEATING SYSTEM Multi-room heating without costly pipes and registers. Pours floor level heat out the front, back and both sides. Pre-fabricated duct kits pipe heat to rooms at side and back. Built in cool air returns for complete circulation. Available in two sizes, each with two heating capacities. Wall thermostat lets you dial your comfort! SEE IT SOON AT. . . THERMOGAS CO. OF ALGONA SO.PHILLIPS ST. 295-2841 AT REUNION Mrs. William Baker attended the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Shiloh Lutheran church, Elmore, Minn. There was a confirmation reunion and Mrs. Baker met four who were In her class of 1916. - o - BIRTHDAY FETE The birthday of Mrs. Verena McGuire was observed Saturday by a coffee given her by Mrs. Carol Cotten, Rita Forbes and Irene Lampright. The honoree was also presented with gifts. - o - SHOWER HELD A coin and miscellaneous shower was given Sunday at the St. Benedict parish church for Kathy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bormann. Her marriage to Darryl Jensen will take place Saturday, Sept. 23. - o - DAUGHTER IS 14 Brenda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Frideres, observed her fourteenth birthday Saturday at Mr. and Mrs. Mark McGuire's and was given a surprise party by Mary na McGuire and Tammy Parrish. A part of the entertainment was a scavenger hunt. In attendance were Dorothy Frideres, Lori Calhoun, Cindy Laing, Coleen Reding, Vicki Brown, Mary Cotten and Ann Hamilton. - o - HOMEMAKERS MEET The Plum Creek Homemakers Club will meet Sept. 27. Hostesses are Donna Broesder, Lorraine Campney, Maude Jergenson and Maxine Marshall. Roll call, How our summer plans worked out; Lesson, Organizational Tea- Leader; Inspiration - Doris Ruhnke. - o - MET SEPT. 20 The Soroptimist Club met Sept. 20. Program was by Bernice Nasby and Ruth Peterson. Program was Heart Association. Oct. 4 will be a business meeting. - o - SOROPTIMIST CLUB Soroptimist Club met Sept. 12. This was a social meeting, with hostesses Alice Wilkins and Ann Clopton. - o - GARDEN CLUB The Garden Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Harley Troutman. - o- WEEKLY BRIDGE Women of Algona Country Club held their weekly bridge party Aug. 13 with Mrs. O.B. Harmes hostess. Winners were Mrs. Ed Wolcott, Mrs. Miles Slonlkerand Mrs. Robert Hillburg. - o- MR. AND MRS. Clarence Bruns received word of a new grandson born Sept. 12 at the Naval Hospital in Oakland, California to Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bruns. He has been named Clarence LeRoy Jr. His maternal grandmother is Mrs. Anna McNary of Mason City. Great-grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Lake Polton of Algona and Mrs. Anna Bruns of Thompson. Mr. Bruns is serving in the U.S. Navy there. BELATED NEWS has been received of the death of Karel Koran, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Horan, well- known Algonans, Mr. Horan was an electrician. It is assumed Karel died in California where a brother Clemmer lives. BETTY ENGSTROM was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday, OTTO ENGSTROM returned Saturday from Mason City where he had surgery for removal of a cataract at Mercy Hospital, PRESBYTERIAN Guild circle will meet Sept. 25 at 7:30 .m. Hostesses are Mrs. Elmer Cook and Mrs. Lillie Foth. IT IS EXPECTED Thomas Miller will be home from Vietnam for the holidays. He is in the signal corps. He will then for the first time see his daughter, Laurel Ann, born Aug. 30. Mrs. Miller is making her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boeckholt, during her husband's absence, MRS. MINNIE BLINKMAN is being visited three weeks by her cousin, Laura Penny, Boone, who came Friday. MR. AND MRS. William Novoi- chlck spent from Thursday till Sunday at LaCrosse, Wise, with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk. Leonard is on the state football team. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson spent last weekend at Storm Lake with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and little son Bret, and with them attended the Clay County Fair at Spencer. JOHN BRADLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley, returned to Creighton University in Omaha, Sept. 13, where he will be a sophomore. His sister, Victoria, left Tuesday for the University of Iowa in Iowa City where she will do graduate work in the field of psychology. Victoria graduated last year from Duchesne College in Omaha, Nebr. ANN BOHANNON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Bohannon, 602 E. McGregor, Algona, arrived at Christian College, two- year college for women in Colum- bia, Mo., Wednesday, Sept. 13, for the beginning of the 196768 school year. Miss Bohannon will be a second year student at Christian this year. CHURCH NEWS Circles of the United Presbyterian Women will meet Sept. 21 as follows - Circle A, Mrs. Du- Wayne Klein; Circle B, Mrs. Lloyd Gerber and Mrs. Anton Sorenson; Circle C, Mrs. Chris Hemmen and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen; Circle D, Mrs. Willard Gregson and Mrs. Herman Dreesman. Circles of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Sept. 21 as follows- April - with Mrs. W.A. Foster; May - with Mrs. D.E. Dewel; June - with Mrs. Wendell French; Sept. - with Mrs. William Noland; Oct. - with Mrs. Delia McCullough; Nov. - with Mrs. August Slagle; Dec. - with Mrs. Clifford Teeter; March with Mrs. Jim Modrell. The January circle will meet Sept. 20 with Mrs. William Allen. Saturday, Sept. 23, from 8:30 till 11:00 there will be a fall rummage sale at the church. Articles should be left there by noon Sept. 22. The January and March circles will serve coffee and baked goods. Mrs. A.L. Jackmann and Mrs. Effie Teeter are chairmen. Open House in the Fireside room at the Methodist Church will be held Sept. 24 in observance of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein. No formal invitations are being issued and everyone is invited. To Give Driving Tests At A.H.S. Program, 25th Students of Algona High School will have an opportunity at 9a.m. Sept. 25, to see for themselves how the false impression and sense of security that a driver of Thursday, S«pt. 21, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM MolnM-J a modern automobile gets, can and does, often lead into the danger zone and trouble, when they participate in a series of driving tests Elgin Allen, Principal, announced today. The tests, which will be in two parts, will be given under the direction of Raymond W. Forsythe Assistant Director of Safety of the Farm Bureau Insurance Services. The first section will be a lecture in the High School Auditorium, while the second will be a demonstration outside. Mr. Forsythe will also demonstrate the correct and incorrect driving habits. High point of the demonstration will come, however, when driving tests are made with various students and faculty members in the specially equipped car. An electric detonator, which is mounted on the front bumper of the car, will fire yellow paint bullets to indicate the distance Tlie driver being tested will be signaled to stop by the report of the first shell. 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