The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1967
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6-Al{j6n6 (ta.) Upper D« Molne* Thursday, Nov. 9, 1967 Burt Teacher Honored HURT - Mrs. Erna Baars Grover, center, vocal music and German instructor at the Burt school, was honored following the outstanding operetta production "lolanthe" Friday evening. Mrs. Grover was presented a gold plaque and scrap book containing over 75 letters. Linda Becker, right, operetta lead, representing pupils of Mrs. Grover's, present and past, presented her the plaque inscribed: "Presented to Erna Baars Grover, Burl's nominee for Rural Teacher of the Year, 1967. Sponsored by the ladies of theU.P.W. and her many friends and students." Mrs. Russell Patterson, left, representing the church and the community, presented Mrs. Grover with a scrap book containing over 75 letters written by friends and former students recommending her for rural teacher of the year. Mrs. Grover is known over a wide area for her tremendous operetta productions each year. The scenery, stage settings, costumes and music are of college caliber. In the audience Friday evening was Dr. Condit Bowie of Lake City, who was supt. of the Burt school when Mrs. Grover presented her first operetta here. Many former pupils were also present. Surprise Party Fetes Visitor At Lone Rock LONE HOCK - A surprise birthday party was held Friday at the Merwin Marlow home in honor of Mrs. Merril Marlow, Omaha, and Mrs. Kearn Marlow, Humboldt. Guests were Mrs. Art Merrill, Mrs. Dorothy Thompsen, Humboldt; Ida Riley, West Bend; Mrs. Ruth Meeker, Livermore; Mrs. Dick O'Domiell, Mrs. Georgia Marlow, Mrs. George Kissner, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Mrs. John Bollinger, Mrs. Harlan Marlow and Mrs. Jim Marlow. - o - COUSIN KILLED The Delmar Fischers attended the funeral of Mrs. Fischer's cousin, Ole Anderson, Red Wing, Minn. He and his wife and 13- year-old son were killed instantly in a head-on collision. Funeral services for all three were held Thursday at Elmore. - o - Sunday afternoon callers at the Dick O'Donnells were the Leonard Warners and boys, Algona, and the Russell Jensens. A. A. Kruegers and E. A. Lees spent Saturday and Sunday at the Ronald Christensons. They surprised Mrs. Christenson on her birthday Saturday evening. Peggy Pettit opened her beauty shop Nov. 1 inoneof JackQuinn's houses in the same location as Lorraine's. Mrs. Merril Marlow, Terry and Christie and Mrs. Merwin Marlow spent Saturday afternoon at the Kearn Marlows, Humboldt. Sunday," the Merwin Marlows took Mrs. Merril Marlow and children to Carroll and they went by bus home to Omaha. Bernice Perdue, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the Leo Schmidt home and with Mrs. Nina Kracht at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. They brought Mrs. Kraclit to the Schmidt home fora few hours in the afternoon. U.P.W. met Thursday in the church parlors. Mrs. Roy Jensen opened the meeting in absence of Mrs. Grace Fischer. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard had devotions and Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom the lesson. On the serving committee were Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Adela Thompson, Mrs. Georgia Marlow, and Mrs. William Marlow. Lawrence and Tom Geitzenauer and JolmLuedtke left Tuesday on a hunting trip to Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Geitzenauer spent the weekend at their parents, the Wayne Lynches and the Lawrence Geitzenauers. The Lone Rock Presbyterian Church held its annual corn drive Nov. 8. Friday guests at the Rolland Baxters were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Carpenter, Delbert, Stanley, and Josie of Leonard, Mass.; Mrs. Helena Christoffer, Shelbyville; and Mrs. Edna Baxter, Emmetsburg. They spent the weekend lie re visiting other friends and relatives in the area. Sunday dinner guests at the Jim Longs were the Roger Longs and Durwin, Algona. Mrs. Laverne Smith and family were afternoon callers. Fenton Township Homemakers will meet Nov. 17 with Mrs. Ellen Holmgren. Roll call will be a Christmas gift idea; the lesson will be given by Mrs. Edith Cotton on laundry methods and dollars and sense. A sale of baked goods will be held and the meeting will close with a style show with anything created by the member. Callers last week at Mrs. Maude Blanchards were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sones, Laurens; Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen; and Mrs. Roger Madison, Sheffield. The Melford Mitchells attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. Mitchell's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen, Sunday at Blue Earth. imitNiiininiilllflllllWIffiKllilllllHIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllinil PORTLAND By Mri. Victor Fitch mtimmttiiiHiuiiinimmniiiiHiiiiiimniiiiiiiiitnmiiiimiiiini Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Govern visited in the Floyd Yackle home at Dolliver Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John of Ankeny came Friday to spend the weekend in the Edmund Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson of Burt were also Sunday dinner guests in the Larson home. Mrs. Jack Easton of Clear Lake had dinner and spent Tuesday with Mrs. Howard Sparks. Other visitors recently were Mrs. Bill Tlach of Britt, Betty Tlach of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond of Britt. Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Mrs. Jack Thompson and Linda Fairbanks attended the operetta in the Burt High School Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix were Saturday evening guests in the Edward Harms home. This was in honor of Mr. Hix*s birthday which was Nov. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Peter, and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kline, Cindy and Randy were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kline at Algona. This was in honor of Chuck Kline's birthday. Sunday evening visitors in the Johnny Harms home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Spear and Dawn and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Franzen, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton were Sunday evening visitors in the S. R. Parsons home. Wednesday night, Terry Tieman had some friends in to help celebrate his parents 25th wedding anniversary. Those attending the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eden, and Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. John Hovey, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Saxton, Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams, Burt; .Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, Fenton; and Wanda Marshall, Algona. Four couples were unable to attend. "The search for happiness is one of the chief sources of unhappiness." NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO Name Titonkan Area Agent For Insurance Co. "It looks sporty, yet it has class'/ Mrs. Joyce Cotter, housewife, with daughters Cynthia and Candace. The '68 Buicks with the new GM safety features are at your Buick dealer's. SCHULTZ BROS. 1011 SOUTH PHIUIPS * ALGONA, IOWA SPLAT!-that's the University of Iowa students spilling their own blood on the Union steps. They re not kidding us old butchers... any * way you slice it, that was "chicken blood." WILSON'S GRADE A G. D. HIGGINS G. Dale Higgins of Titonka has been named agent for Hawkeye National Life Insurance Company of Des Moines in northern Iowa. Higgins, formerly an insurance adjuster and farmer, is a member of the American Legion. The Higgins' have two children. He is also a northern Iowa representative for a tax-favored retirement fund for farmers and the self-employed. IIRVINGTON By Marguerite Hayes Claude Fowler, who lives here with his sister, Mrs. LeeColwell, is now a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona. He fell Wednesday and broke his hip. He is doing satisfactorily. Leroy Scheppmann of San Diego, Calif, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmann, Algona. They called on friends here Saturday. Bernard Nilles visited his father at Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, Thursday. The Jack Schulzs drove to Cedar Falls this weekend to visit their daughter, Patty. Kris and Kim, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Culbertson, were honored guests at the home of their grandmother here Nov. 5, their fifth birthday. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen and family were Sunday guests at the Dean Swanson home to see Robyn, who was home from Simpson College, Indianola, for the weekend. Richard Johnson, Fairmont, reportedly lost control of his late model Ford Mustang, Saturday night, smashing the vehicle four miles west and about a half mile north of Swea City. Johnson was reported to be alone and suffered only cuts and bruises. He was not hospitalized. Mr. and Mrs. Fordes Bergan and family, St. Paul, Minn., visited at the home of her sister and family, the Walter O'Greens, and Mrs. Bergan stayed for a few days. She left for home Friday. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Rumbaugh of Lincoln, Nebr., were recent guests of Mrs. Rumbaugh's sister, the Chris Feddersens. Recent dinner guests at the Art W. Larson home were her parents, the Ronald Johnsons, and Mrs. Elvena Benson and Richard, Emmetsburg. mnniiiniiiniiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuillin Notes Of Servicemei SPOKANE, WASH. - Staff Sgt. David J. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Williams, Bancroft, lias played an important part in gaining top Strategic Air Command (SAC) recognition for his unit, the 92nd Airborne Missile Maintenance Squadron, Fail-child AFB, Wash. Sgt. Williams is a missile systems analyst with a flight line branch team which received an "excellent" rating from SAC's maintenance standardization evaluation team. The Sergeant is a graduate of St. John's High School. His wife, Stella, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Skramstad of 2 19th St., NW., Minot, N. D. Icy Island Except for a thin strip around the shoreline, almost all of the island of Greenland is covered by a sheet of ice. At its highest point, this ice sheet is more than a mile thick. * * * Food Tubes Metal rubes, used extensively for toothpaste in the U.S., are preferred packaging in Europe for a variety of food spreads like jelly, fish and meat spreads, catsup, mustard, cheese and butter. T + MINCED HAM ALL CUTS Pork Chop • BORDEN'S LONGHORN CHEESE HALF 'N HALF MONARCH CATSUP H OZ. BTL BUSHE'S Chili Beans id*. I. • v S,' FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 10 OZ. PKG. WHEATIES BIG 18 OZ. PKG. MONARCH PEAS ALL FLAVORS JELLO SATHER'S ICOOKIES V flfPI UUJtiJL CARDINAL STORE WE GIVE SIFT HOUSE STAMPS BURT, IOWA WE GIVE SIFT HOUSE STAMPS

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