The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 5
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Woman's Club, Fenion, Views Travel Slides FENTON - The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed Bruhn. There were fifteen members present. Mrs. Ed Meyer showed slides of their trips to Oregon, Texas and Florida. - o * There will be no school at the Sentral Community schools Friday, Oct. 20. Sentral Band Mothers met Monday evening with Mrs. Warren Jones and Mrs. Lyle Newel as hostesses. There were fifteen members present. Money raising projects for the coming year were discussed. The Band Mothers will be selling lunch at the basketball games this year and will also be selling candy and nuts. The L.L.L. of St. John's Lutheran church met Tuesday evening at the church with about fifty in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell talked and showed slides of their trip to Japan where they visited their daughter, Anna Marie, this summer. Hisaro Nakayama also told of Japan. Fairville's Men's Club and Whittemore's L.L.L. are invited to the November meeting to hear Mr. Nun speak. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Niven and Nadine Weisbrod of Sioux City were weekend guests at the Dale Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mrs. Delphine Hantelman recently spent a weekend at Dubuque and attended the 90th birthday celebration of Mrs. Fullerton, an aunt of Mrs. Bruhn's. Mrs. Esther Hintz, Lone Rock, was a Sunday dinner guest at the Victor Struecker home. Wm. Bruhn and Ervin Bruhn accompanied Paul Dietrich and Gus Dietrich, Cylinder, to Woman's Lake, Minn, where they spent the weekend fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe attended the funeral of a cousin, Verl Wolfe, at Oskaloosa recently. Dorcas Society of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, will meet Thursday, Oct. 19 at 2 p. m. The junior and senior confirmation class of St. John's church will meet Saturday, Oct. 21 at 9 a. m. until 10:30 a. m."" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mortensen and family, Millard, Nebr., were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. Recent guests of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs were Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, Mrs. Frank Thilges and family, and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase, Algona, were Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhart and family were Sunday supper guests at the Eldon Duncan home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall visited Mrs. Edna Higgins at the Sunny Hill Manor, rest home at Rolfe, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Calvin Voigt home at Crystal Lake. Quilters at the Morris Mitchell home Tuesday afternoon were Mrs. Ernest Berkland and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Present Friday afternoon were Mrs. Wm. DeWall, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Melvin Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kassulke and John spent Saturday afternoon and evening at the Ray Stoeber home. Mr. and Mrs, Stoeber attended a cousin's reunion at the home of Mrs, Kathryn Hartung at Ceylon, Minn. Sunday. Mrs. Ida Dreyer spent the weekend at the Duane Dreyer home at Humboldt. Sunday dinner guests at the Duane Dreyer home were Mr. and Mrs, Arlin Kohlwes and Bob, and Martha Holt, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlwes had attended the Parent's Day at Ames before coming to the Dreyers. Bob Kohlwes is a sophomore at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. RoyChrischilles attended the funeral of Mrs, Chrischilles' cousin, Mrs. Richard O'Brien, Glen wood, Minn, at Emmetsburg Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! and family were Friday evening guests at the Stan Berklandhome, Mr. and Mrs, Stan Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nielsen and family, Fairmont, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Howard Bruhn home. Poris Beck, tadianola, and Irene Beck, Independence, spent the weekend at the Carl Beck home. Sunday dinner guests at the Beck home were Mrs. Dora Haack, Irene and Doris Beck. Mrs. Don Hurlburt, Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Mrs. Rose Kraft and Mrs. Edward Blanchard attended a Kossuth county school cook's meeting at the Lakota school Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Karen toured Pike Peaks State Park, Effigy Mounds, Yellow River State forest, McGregor, and saw the Billy Clocks at Spillville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pedelty and Vernon, Nora Springs, and Ellen Mather, Swea City, and Dale Eldridge were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. Russell Eldridge home. Dale, a student at North Iowa College, Mason City, spent the weekend at the Rev. Russell Eldridge home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel are parents of a baby girl born Oct. 16, weighing 8 Ibs., 10 oz., and has been named Heather Kirsten. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menk, Nicollet, are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. James Laabs are parents of a baby girl born Oct. 14, weighing 5 Ibs., 8 oz., and named Terri Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rezac are the grandparents. Mrs. Arthur Rasmussen, Correctionville, was a weekend guest at the Ray Zwiefel home. Cornfield Blaze Algona firemen were called to extinguish a blaze in a cornfield near the city dump during the noon hour Tuesday. AROUND ALGONA MRS. DANIEL BRAYwashost- ess last Wednesday to members of her bridge club. Mrs. K. T. Pierce won high prize, with Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon holding low score. GUESTS OF Dr. and Mrs. J.G. Clapsaddle last weekend were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Cacavas of Aberdeen, So. Dak. With them was a nieceofMr.Cacavas, Georgia, who recently came from Greece, her native land. The group visited briefly with Alex Dermand, who has recently returned after a visit to his homeland and relatives in Greece. Mrs. Clapsaddle reports that Dr. Guy Clapsaddle of Burt has returned to his home after minor surgery in Mason City and is making good progress. MRS. LAURA HOUGH has returned after a two-week trip during which she visited relatives and friends near Indianapolis, Ind. MR. AND MRS. Wes Bartlett spent from Saturday until yesterday (Wednesday) in Chicago at a fall training conference of Kiwanis International. Mr. Bartlett is a trustee of the organization and appeared on the speaking program. DONNA KENYON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kenyon and a freshman at Mankato State College, and her roommate, Marlyce Warner of Larchwood spent the weekend with Donna's family. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott were Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dewel, fo.'Tierly of Algona and now of Baraboo, Wise. WORD HAS BEEN received that Gordon Dewel, former resident, has recently been released from the Veterans Hospital inFt.Lau- derdale, Fla. MR. AND MRS. E. C. Gates, parents of Mrs. Kenneth Parrish, left Saturday for Seattle where tliey will visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis Smith. Following an indefinite stay there, they will perhaps spend the winter in Phoenix, Ariz. DR. AND MRS. A. J. Eason will go to Altoona Sunday, where they will join other members of the Eason family, including a brother of Dr. Eason, Ernest Eason, San Diego, Calif. BARB Kuchenreuther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuchenreuther, recently employed in the office of Elgin Allen at the high school, has accepted a position at Iowa State University in Ames, where she is in the business office of three economics professors. She spent the past weekend with her parents here. LYNNE NORTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard P.Norton, spent last weekend with her parents. With her, also as a house guest, was her cousin, Ellen Crosby, daughter of Mayor and Mrs. William Crosby of Marshalltown, with whom she is living temporarily, and Don and Larry Kline, classmates of Ellen in high school. Leslie Norton, student in the junior college at Estherville, also spent the weekend with her family. BOB JENSEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen, will resume teaching graduate students at the State University of Michigan at Lansing, where he and his wife have recently purchased a new home. They have one little daughter, Lisl. Bob is presently writing a text book for graduate students and is spending most of his time in research. Subject of his book is in the accounting field and various allied areas. MRS. MELVIN BOURNE, accompanied by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain, and her uncle, Clarence M.Malandof Elmore, spent Thursday in Min- meapolis. DAN MERRYMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Merryman and a sophomore at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, spent last weekend with his parents. MR. AND MRS. E. S. (Duke) Kinsey, North Palm Beach, Fla., have concluded a two-week visit here with their daughter, Mrs. Paris Miner. She reports that her father is under few restrictions following his heart attack and is now able to play golf and participate in other less strenuous activities. The parents are presently visiting another daughter and family (Elaine), Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pool in Denver, Colo. It is probable that they will also visit other members of the family in California before their return to Florida. MR. AND MRS. Pat Montag will leave Monday to spend several days in Chicago where the annual convention of the American Gas Association will be held at the Palmer House. The couple will travel by plane. Underwriter's Award Goes To John Burns John Burns, Algona, was awarded the Life Underwriter's Association certificate for the successful completion of a two- year course of study in the Life Insurance field. This was presented at the annual awards dinner recently by Loyd Morse, educational chairman of the Fort Dodge Life Underwriter's Association. Mr. Burns also received the National Quality Award, an honor awarded to those whose business stays in force unusually well. Mr. Burns, a member of the John A. Flaherty agency of the Central Life Assurance Company in Fort Dodge, Iowa, has also qualified as a member of the 1967 Leader's Club of the Central Life. Straw Burned An estimated 500 bales of straw were destroyed by fire about 5:20 p.m. Tuesday on the Melvin Engelbarts farm northeast of Algona. Algona firemen were called out for the third time that day. There was no damage to any other property on the farm. Thurtdoy, Oct. T9, 1967 Alfldfta (la.) Upptr DM Motntt-4 At Parent's Day Among the 2,500 parents and guests who attended the first Parents' Day at Mankato State College were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath of Lone Rock, whose son Gary Rath Is a student there. 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JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, la. 295-2421 .*.*.». v»v.v»» •«%•»-*• The Friendly Store AND GARRIGAN JOIN THEIR IND SHARExTHE CREDIT FRIDAY - SATURDAY, OCTOBERA20 - 21 TO CELEBRATE B. C. GAMBLE SCHOLARSHIP MONTH MR. NORM CHRISTIAN, MANAGER OF THE GAMBLES STORE IN ALGONA, HAS AGREED TO LET THE JOURNALISM CLASS OF GARRIGAN HIGH SCHOOL TAKE OVER HIS STORE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20-21. B. C. GAMBLE Members of the Garrigan High journalism class are Debra Arndorfer, Jerry Besch, Pat Besch, Tim Boekelman, Becky Bormann, Janet Cink, Pat Dahlhauser, Mary Dearchs, Larry Devine, Richard Elbert, Yvonne-Kohlhaas, Mike McEnroe, Diana Muller, Jean Nauholz, Ruth Neppl, Mary Reding, Valerie Schenck, Kathleen Strouth, Jane Wilson and Marsha Winter. FURNITURE SPECIALS REG. SALE Record Cabinet $19.95 $15.88 Landscape Pictures • Your Choice 14.95 9.95 Pole Lamps 8.95 5.99 Petite Pictures 1.99 99c Safety Gates 2.49 1.99 Child's Stroller 17.95 14.88 Panther TV Lamp 6.95 5.95 Table Lamp 5.98 4.98 Modern Student Desk 24.88 19.88 Glass Door Book Case 24.95 19.88 Brass Book Rack - —— 1.09 88e Early American Sewing Stand — 9.99 4.99 Early American Planter 9.99 4,99 10% COMMISSION ON ALL SALES MADE BY GHS JOURNALISM CLASS MEMBERS WILL GO TO HELP THEM SPONSOR PROJECTS. CLASS SPECIALS APPLIANCE SPECIALS REG. Side-BySide Refrigerator- Freezer 44-3236 $459.95 Damaged 14-ft. Deep Freeze 44-7946 259.95 Damaged 15ft. Comb. Refrigerator w/lce Maker 44-3077 349.95 299.95 Table Color TV 43-9643 39.95 288.88 Console Color TV 43-9703 —- 569.95 499.00 Portable Black & White TV 43-9453 149.95 134.95 12 - Transistor & A/C Radio _ 12.88 Automatic Washer, 18lb. 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