6-Algona (la.) Upper Das Molnftt thursday, Oct. 5, 1967 Lions Will Sell Candy Here ,*• arc a/ ** SERVICE t<a/ARE A SERVICED BLIND SERVICE t* COMMUNi' &£*£* . LIONS HALLOWEEN PARTY The Algona Lions Club is offering a change of pace to local residents this year in an effort to raise funds for the annual Halloween Party, which has become so popular during recent years. For some time, the club has sold bags of light bulbs at a bargain price- however, this year, from 6:30 - 8:30 p. m. Oct. 10, to be exact, they will sell bags of candy for $1 during a house-to- house canvass. The bags will contain IGOpieces of assorted candy- and according to the committee in charge (the announcement came from Tom Rich this week), the offer is again quite a bargain. Profits from the campaign will be used to finance the big party, to be held at the Athletic Park on East State street the night of Tuesday, Oct. 31. The club also recently completed work on a float, which it will use in the future in parades, etc., with the first trip slated during the Band Festival here Saturday. Jim Kolp, float chairman for the Lions, is shown, right, with candy co-chairmen, Bill Studer and Tom Rich, left, standing by the new float. (UDM Newsfoto) THE NEXT meeting of the Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will be held at 7:45 p.m. at the Legion building. This will be master point night so everyone is urged to attend. Winners of the last session were 1st - Mrs. Jim Everds, Beth Miller; 2nd J. Kerber, L. Paul, Emmetsburg; 3rd - Clara Zender, Lucille Hutchison; 4th - Helen Laing, Jackie Muller. PERSONALS ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigtand James entertained Wednesday at Charlie's Supper Club for the wedding anniversary of Mrs. Voigt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petersen of Spirit Lake were guests. Mr. Petersen was best man at their wedding. - o - WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein were honored at open house for their 25th wedding anniversary, Sept. 25 in the Fireside Room at the Methodist church. Mrs. Delmar Reding, Mrs. DuWayne Klein, Ann Merrit and Monica Storr poured. Mrs. Bob Kuhn , cut the,,cake, Mindy Kulm had charge of the gifts and Richard Klein registered the guests. Mrs. Leota Halpin and Mrs. Herbert Montgomery helped with the food. - o - DR. DON KING FIELD of Algona was among some 35 members of the Iowa Optometric Association attending the fourth annual Optometric Institute at the University of Iowa Oct. 1-2. MR. AND MRS. Sheridan Cook moved recently to their new home in Bell's Court. Last weekend, Mr. Cook and a group of friends attended the Vikings football game in Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. James Milder last Saturday afternoon attended the wedding in Storm Lake of Connie Naughton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naughton. The families are friends, and Connie is a former classmate of Jo Ellen Milder. Following the wedding, they traveled to Des Moines, where they met Mrs. Ida Forbes of Los Angeles, mother of Mrs. Milder. Mrs. Forbes is visiting the Milder family for about a month. MR. AND MRS. Art Leek, Luana, Mrs. Darwin Leek and Lucinda Bierstedt drove to Minneapolis Friday where they visited the Louie Frasers, formerly of Algona. Mrs. Darwin Leek flew from Minneapolis to New York and from there to Brussels, Belgium, to be with her husband who is stationed there. JOHN GILMORE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore, is expected to return stateside tomorrow (Friday). He has seen service on the USS Lyman K. Swenson, a destroyer, in waters near Vietnam and also near Japan. He will dock first at San Diego, Calif., and following his return, he will be at Long Beach, Calif., where his ship will be in dry dock. He is not expected to have a leave until later, hopefully for Christmas. MRS. PERRY BYAM left Monday to spend a week in Bloomington, 111., where she is visiting their daughter, Joan, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Hayden, and making the acquaintance of a new granddaughter, Janna Lynne Hayden, MR. AND MRS. Richard Cook have returned after an overnight at Lake Okoboji, where they prepared their summer home for the winter season. MRS. HARRY CUTLER left Friday and returned Monday evening after a weekend at Council Bluffs, where she visited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jody Cutler, and children Tracy and Christine. Jody Cutler is district plant manager for N. W. Bell Telephone Co., transferred to Council Bluffs last year from Ames, where they formerly made their home. GREEN CHOP? BEDDING? SILAGE? STALK SHREDDING? WEED CONTROL? THIS ONE MACHINE DOES IT ALL! BRADY MULTI-CROP CHOPPER Chops and Loads or Chops and Shreds BRADY Multi-Crop Choppers Will Do More Money Making Things For Your Farm Business Than Any Other Piece of Equipment! 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AROUND ALGONA fiiniiiiiitwiiiiininniiiiiininniiiiiiinnimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiinniniDHiniiiininiiHini BY RUTH SHIERK GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh are Mr. and Mrs. George Willis of Tucson, Ariz., who arrived last week en- route to their home following a trip to Europe. MR. AND MRS. Randall Shierk and children, Stephanie Lynn and Scott Randall, Minneapolis, spent last weekend in Algona, where they visited their respective parents, Mrs. Cameron Shierk and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn. Mrs. Rovn entertained about 30 members of the Rovn family Sunday in observance of Mr. Rovn's birthday, which was last week, and that of Mrs. Shierk, which was Monday. The Shierk family returned to their home Monday. GUESTS OF Mrs. Luke Llnnan at their summer home at Lac Coeur D'Oreilles, Wise, last week were Flora Bradley, former postmistress at Bancroft, and Mrs. J. C. Everds and Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley. Mrs. Llnnan has remained at the lake, with the three others returning to Algona Friday. ANN BOHANNON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and a sophomore at Christian College in Columbia, Mo., talked with her parents by telephone earlier this week and reports that she is active in many things at school and most enthusiastic. MIKE BOEKELMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boekelman, and a student at the State University of Iowa at Ames, will visit his family this weekend. His birthday, which was Tuesday, will be observed. GUESTS OF Mrs. Bert Deal last week were her daughter, Mrs. John Deim, supervisor at the Y.W.C.A. in Des Moines, and Mrs. Deim's son, Jon, Des Moines, and Gretchen of Milwaukee, Wise., where she is a medical technician at General Hospital. Mrs. Deal's son, Kim, is presently teaching music at Washington Junior High School in Kenosha, Wise, where he has approximately four hundred seventh graders in chorus, in addition to teaching students in eighth and ninth grades. GUESTS LAST WEEK of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bedell and sons, Spirit Lake. MR. AND MRS. Max Batholomew will leave tomorrow (Friday) to spend parents' weekend at Simpson College where their daughter, Gail, is a student. They will see the football game Saturday between Simpson and Luther College of Decorah and plan to return home Sunday. Their other daughter, Trudy, is practice teaching in the Hyde Park area GUEST OF Mr. and Mf*. tean Parrott has been Helen Colgan of San Diego, Call!., who arrived last Friday. Guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. HL Page ol Deft Moines, who took Miss Colgan back with them for a visit there. MR. AND MRS. Hutchlns recently attended a meeting of the Federal Land Bank at Omaha, where there were many Interesting speakers and special activities for the ladles who attended. BRAD KRAFT, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kraft and a student at the University of South Dakota at Vermillion is majoring in music and is a member of the Madrigal choir as well as the University chorus. Brad is a freshman. JOHN HAMILTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hamilton, is a freshman student at Briar Cliff College In Sioux City, where his major is in art and music. MR. AND MRS. James Dodds and daughter, Susan, attended the Cattle Congress in Waterloo last week, where Susan and Linda Nitchals, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchals, represented the Kossuth county 4-H with their demonstration of how to make pies, for which the girls won a blue ribbon. They visited Mr. Dodds* sister, Mrs. Margaret Albright at Waterloo and spent an overnight with Mrs. Dodds* nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Terry McGovern. At Lattlmer, they called on Dr. and Mrs. Michael McGovern, another nephew and wife. MRS. THELMA WILL and Mrs. Mavis Anderson and Dr. LeRoy Strohman and Dr. Karl Hoffman recently attended the fall meeting of the North Central Dental Society In Mason City. MR. AND MRS. David Smith attended the annual fall conference of the Iowa Finance Officers In Des Moines recently. It was In conjunction with the conference of the League of Iowa Municipalities. Mr. Smith Is president of the Finance Officers Assoc. and will hold office until next May. SGT/1C AND MRS. Robert Waldera, Ft. Monmouth, N. J. arrived Thursday to spend a lew days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera and brother Richard and family. Upon his return Sgt. Waldera will go to Germany where he will be stationed for three years. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Reding spent last weekend visiting their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lutz and family, Marshall, Minn, The Lutz* have recently moved into a new home. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPERII THE ALGONA LIONS CLUB WILL SELL CANDY... . . . DOOR-TO-DOOR HERE TUESDAY, OCT. 10 6:30 - 8:30 P.M. TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THEIR ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY EACH SACK CONTAINS 160 PIECES OF ASSORTED CANDY . . . ONLY $1 SUPPORT THE LIONS HALLOWEEN PARTY - BUY A SACK OF CANDY NEXT TUESDAY EVENING!
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