The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1967
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10- Algona la.) Uppftr D*s Meines Thursday, Oct. 19, 1967 milHIHMHIillumiM"""" ,..„„„,-„ pper Des Moines] SOCIETY NEWS WIN AWARDS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pentecost, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lallier and Mr. and Mrs. William Specht were at TempletonSunday to see their respective daughters, Phyllis, Jolene and Debra, receive Marian Awards given Girls Scouts who have complete nine months of special training. The awards are badges with silver insignia and it is considered a great honor to qualify for it. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Verle Elmore's birthday anniversary was celebrated Sunday at Mrs. Anna Meyers', Corwith. Others present were her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie, her aunts, Mrs. Phil Puffer, Corwith, and Mrs. George Manus and Mrs. Etta Holdren, Burt. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. Lyle Steele was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. William Runchey was a guest. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Albert Granzow will be hostess to her bridge club Wednesday, Oct. 25. HOST CLUBS Mrs. William Specht entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening, October 18. Mrs. Delia McCullough was hostess to her Idle Hour Bridge Club Wednesday. - o - CLUB DINNER Soroptimist Club held a dinner Oct. 10 at the Country Club. Hostesses were Edith and Delia Welter. Halloween decorations were used and a white elephant auction provided money to add to the treasury. DAUGHTER IS 7 Mrs. Robert Bonnette gave a party Saturday in celebration of the seventh birthday of her daughter, Brenda. Guests were Laurie Smith, Debra and Susan Householder, Vicki Peterson, Angela Johnson and Christie Meneke. Games were played and refreshments served. PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Alex Demand entertained her bridge club Oct. 18. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. THE CHRISCHILLES STORE BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held Oct. 8 for Clarence Leroy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns. Rev. William Noland of the Methodist church officiated. Sunday, Oct. 15, Eric Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson, was baptized by Rev. Noland intheMeth- odist church. MEET OCT. 25 Plum Creek HomemakersClub will meet Oct. 25 with Eleanor Gardner, Evelyn Mawdsley and Mildred Scuffham as hostesses. Roll call will be safety precautions in the home. The lesson will be "Protect the People.' 1 Leader, is Ardeen Sampson anc' inspiration, Maude Jergenson. - o - HAVE PROGRAM Soroptimist Club met Oct. 18. Program was by Florence Bjustrom and Frances Grantham, Community Service. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Lester Johnson was hostess Wednesday, Oct. IBtothe Eight Specks 500 club. Mrs. John Dutton, who had planned to be hostess, was called to Union, Mo. by the death of Kenneth Martin, husband of her niece, nee Elda Lavrenz. - o - CHURCHES The Jaunary circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. William Castle. Methodist W.S.C.S. Fall Festival is being held Oct. 19, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Luncheon will be served from 11 to 1. The public is invited. At 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20, Marian Warner, a Methodist missionary and education administrator, who has been serving in India for 35 years will be guest speaker in the Methodist church. Methodist senior MYF is planning a hayride Oct. 22. To be eligible to go, the person must have attended two meetings in October and must have permission slips signed by parents and returned to Patti Muckey by Oct. 18. answer® Fill in your measurements in the boxes above, then bring this ad to us. We'll mutch you curve for curve in (Jossard's Answer . . . the pantie proportioned to fit you exactly where you uceil il—waist, hips and span! Answer's crisscross control gives perfect smoothness to the tummy area. Side and hack panels taper off those extra inches. Made of nylon and Lycra® Spandox power net in white, P-S-M-L $14.00 XL-XXL $15.00 Also pull-on girdle $11.00 & $12.00 GOSSARD I 2 County, All-Lutheran Banquet At Whittemore An all-Lutheran banquet will be held in the gymnasium of St. Paul Lutheran church in Whittemore, Sunday, Oct. 22, starting at 7 p.m. All Lutherans from Palo Alto and Kossuth counties are invited, in this joint observance of the 450th anniversary of the reformation. The observance is nationwide. Highlighting the program at Whittemore will be Dr. William A. Buege, Dean of Memorial Chapel of Valparaiso University, and a member of the board of directors of the Missouri Synod. He will be the featured speaker of the evening. Dr. Buege is pictured above. Four hundred persons are expected for the event. Presbyterian Circles-U. P.W. Circles will meet this afternoon, Oct. 19. "A" - Hostesses: Mrs. Don Chiquet and Mrs. Russell Rentz; Program and devotions: Mrs. Laura Hough. "B"-Will meet in the Fireside Room. Hostesses: Mrs. Lewis Merkle and Mrs. Henry Lund; Program: Mrs. Al Agena; Devotions: Mrs. Anton Sorenson. "C" - Hostesses: Mrs. Jessie Long and Mrs. Wm. Finn; Program and devotions: Mrs. CliffordEthering- ton. "D" - Hostess: Mrs. Irving Miller; Program and devotions: Mrs. Beecher Lane. MR. AND MRS. J. J. Atherton and son Pve-or attended the Buena Vista Homecoming football game Saturday at Storm Lake. Their son Brian is the starting fullback for the school. He returned home with them after the game and stayed through Monday since school was dismissed after the win over William Penn College. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Waller had as guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Briggs of Des Moines. Mr. Briggs, a former college classmate of Mr. Waller, is employed in the advertising department with Meredith Publishing Company. DAVE REAB attended a theatre managers convention sponsored by Central States Theatres October 10, 11 and 12 in Des Moines. Mr. Reab is the manager of the local theatres. St. Joe C.D.A. Names Chairmen Of Committees ST. JOE -C.D.A. met Thursday evening following 7:45 mass in St. Joseph's Church. Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent, presided at the meeting, with application for Court membership presented. Reception of new members will be held Nov. 8 with a 6:30 potluck dinner preceding the reception and followed by the regular monthly meeting. Committee in charge of the dinner meeting will be Mrs. Albert Berte, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Martin Frideres, Mrs. Peter Becker, Mrs. Harold nig, Mrs. Robert Berte, Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas and Mrs. Wm. B. Devine. Officer's rehearsal for reception will be held Nov. 6. Court officers and past regents are invited to Guest Night at Algona Monday, Oct. 23 at 8 o'clock. A C.D.A. Workshop will be held at Wesley Nov. 12 at noon with a large group expected to attend. Reservations are to be made at the Nov. 8 meeting. Mrs. N. J. Weydert gave a report on the Workshop she attended at Garner. New chairmen appointed were Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mrs. Paul Erpelding for the Round Robin Card Club series; Mrs. Peter C. Reding was appointed Chairman for the League of Shut-ins Club. Mrs. Bernard Devine, Crystal Lake, presented the Court with samples of fruit cake. Mrs. E. M. Gales, lecturer, gave a reading on the Holy Rosary and the 50th anniversary at Fatima, Oct. 13. Margaret Reidmiller received the birthday gift, and Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Paul Erpelding received prizes in 500. - o - Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Joe Sinnwell, Mrs. Joe Berte and Mrs. Rosalia nig attended the D.C.C.W. work- shop at Armstrong Tuesday. Mrs. Lee Nepple and Michael, Iowa City, spent this past week in the homeof Mrs. Nepple'spar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, and with other relatives and friends. They returned to Iowa City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirsch are parents of a daughter born Oct. 13 in Mercy Hospital. This makes four girls and two boys in their family. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann and Matt Kirsch are grandparents. Msgr. G. J. Theobald and Susie Naber, Spirit Lake; and Rev. L.C. Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding and Margaret Reidmiller were Thursday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann. Rev. James R. Smith joined the Bormanns and their guests for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elenz and Larry and grandson James Webb, New Hampton, were Wednesday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and sons entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bormann and their guests at supper Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elenz and Larry and James Webb were visitors here the first of the week in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Florian Faber. Mrs. Faber is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elenz. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a grocery or coin pre-nuptial shower for Evelyn Dailey Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22, at 1:30 p.m. in the Humboldt post office social center. The honoree is the bride-elect of Joe Berte of Ft. Dodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berte, St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGuire spent Sunday with their daughter, Vicky, a sophomore at Clarke College, Dubuque. Mrs. John Bormann and Francis spent last Sunday with Norman Bormann, a freshman at Loras College in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mary Theresa and Paul and Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas spent Sunday with Daryl Kohlhaas at St. John's Prep Seminary, Collegeville, Minn. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S" FAVORITE NEWSPAPER 10th District Auxiliary Meet Held Oct. 7 SWEA-EAGLE - The 10th District Department of Iowa Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars held their fall meeting at the VFW post at Algona Saturday evening, Oct. 7at 7p.m. The official representative was Mrs. Albert Campbell, Manchester. Department officers in attendance were Mrs. Gilbert Bergess, Estherville, patriotic instructor; Mrs. Albert Boelkes, Titonka, historian; and past department president, Mrs. Edwin Albers, Buffalo Center. Tenth district president, Mrs. Earl (Elsie) Kvamsdale of Swea City, presided at the meeting. ' Thirteen of 19 Auxiliaries in the district were represented at the meeting. Detailed committee reports of the outstanding programs of the Drganization were given by the jommittee chairmen. Preceding the meeting, a ban- juet was held for all Auxiliary ind post members. It was served >y the Algona Auxiliary. A dance was held following the neeting. - o The Floyd Brekkes and chil- ren were Saturday and Sunday visitors with her sister, the Ed Wilkinsons at Ankeny. Recent dinner guests at the Floyd Brekkes were his sisters, Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and children, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith and family of Ralston, Neb., and his mother, Mrs. Conrad Brekke of Estherville. Mrs. William Gies, Jr., was subject of a spinal fusion at St. Barnabas Hospital three weeks ago. She was to be put in a cast Monday and brought to Fairmont where she will be a patient at Fairmont Community Hospital for a time. The William Gies, Sr. visited at Rolfe Sunday at the Mary Weible and Louis Paulson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine attended a reception for Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. McCoy Saturday evening at the J. A. McCoy home at Decatur, 01. The couple had been married Sept. 23, at Champagne, HI. Mrs. McCoy, nee Carolyn Sue Eubanks of Felicity, Ohio, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Eubanks of that city, and Mr. McCoy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCoy, of Decatur, m., and a nephew of the Torines. Friday afternoon, Tom McCoy, who attends Sioux Falls College came to accompany the Torines to the reception for his brother. Kay McCoy went home from William Jewel College at Liberty, Mo. George Anderson recently attended a Purina training school at St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson visited several days with their daughter, Mrs. George Anderson. The Johnsons live in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Baker of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the Warren Brones home. In the afternoon, the ladies attended a pre-nuptial shower for Patty Koppen at Lakota. Miss Koppen will be married to Russell Koenig from Davenport Oct. 21. The Tom Prestons visited at the Maynard Jensen home at Lakota Sunday. The Jensens moved to Lakota to an acreage and their son and family, the Duane Jensens, moved to the Jensen farm. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Busch and family, who lived in Grant township, have moved into Swea City to the Jensen house. Mr. Busch is reported to be employed by the Armstrong Sales Co. Pancake Day, Nov. 4 The Salesmen's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce have set the date of Saturday, Nov. 4 for their annual Pancake Day. It will be held at the American Legion Memorial Building. Proceeds from the project will purchase anewSanta Claus house, which will be used on Santa Claus Day. Ticket sale will start this Saturday. HONOREES During the 50th anniversary of Woodward State Hospital School three long-time employees were honored for their service. Mrs. Art Hoffman has been there 45 years; Mrs. Myrna Mayfleld and Emma Reiser both have been there 37 years. NOTICE Dr. Clapsaddle's Dental Office will be open Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings until 8 p.m. (78 tfn) ;» B a "ft'6Tif»8 inra aTaTOT A NANCY FROCK Made to wear anywhere New fall assortment of dresses and shifts now on ^display. ' sizes 112-24'A $ [Only . . . 5.98 Elite Hot Shop 204 E. State — Algona UUfJULPL 8 JJPLPJUUUUUUUUl There's more to Wide-Tracking in a '68 Pontiac than meets the eye. Wide-Tracking is performance. Wide-Tracking is handling. Wide-Tracking is security. Wide-Tracking is one of the great American sports. Driving a new LeMans may be even more satisfying than looking at one. The standard engine is an Overhead Cam that delivers 175 hp from regular gas. You can order a 21 5-hp high-compression version. Orgoupto265-or320-hpV-8s. See your Pontiac dealer for a test drive and learn the difference between Wide-Tracking and plain ordinary driving. Ponh ii. Mot SCHULTZ BROS. SOUTH PHILLIPS ST., ALGONA H^HHII^MMBBBBII^^^^HH^BBHB^HMIi^MHI^^HIMHBBiMi^^^^MBMp^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Get 2 for the price of 1 - plus a penny! HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS - TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PLUS A PENNY, STOP IN NOW FOR THE BUYS OF A LIFETIME! - 9 sale days left - sale ends Saturday, Oct. 28 HONSBRUCH REXALL DRUG 14 i, STATE ~ ALGONA PHONE 295*3581

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