The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1968 · Page 3
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MR, AND MRS. Eugene Muller were New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Funk at Whittemore. MARETTA Bestenlehner, who is employed with AT and Tat New York, spent the holidays with the William Bestenlehners, the Gordon Sigsbees and the Lewis Duf- fys. She is now at Omaha and will be there till spring. MRS. JOHN KAJEWSKI and Mrs. William Bestenlehner went to Mason City Friday to bring home Mike, the Kajewski's son, who had been at Park Hospital a few days. Some time ago he cut the tendons of his left hand and was at Mason City to have them tied. MR. AND MRS. Keith Halsrud, David and Robert of Napa, Calif., have returned home, leaving Jan. 4th and taking with them Mr. Halsrud's mother, Mrs. Pete Halsrud, who will spend the winter there. Other guests who have been here were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Halsrud and Candice, Centerville; Mrs. Minnie Hines, Marcella Halsrud, Cordelia Halsrud, Mrs. Laura Halsrud and Gordon, Bode. The Keith Hals- ruds spent Christmas at Mason City with her relatives and Mrs. Pete Halsrud spent the holiday at Bancroft with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marlow. JOAN POST had as guest Mary Tonner, Primghar, when on a recent visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post. MR. AND MRS. A. B. Oakland spent Christmas week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beamish, Tim and Karen, Ft. Worth, Texas. Ensign John Oakland of Galveston joined them. He left for Yorktown, Va., for three months of schooling. While at Fort Worth, the seventh birthday of Karen was celebrated on Dec. 26. Her other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish, and Mr. and Mrs. Don French and daughters were supper guests to help celebrate her birthday. MRS. LUCILLE ZERFASS has returned from a Christmas visit at Downer's Grove, HI., with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Verveer and family. Mrs. Verveer is the former Janet Zerfass. From there, Mrs. Zerfass went via plane to Des Moines and was met by her sister, Mrs.IrmaAltwegg.Redfield. She was also in Des Moines with her sister and saw "Camelot," then home via auto with Helen Dingley. MRS. LAURA HOUGH has returned from a visit since before Christmas with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holcomb, Little Rock, Ark. J. D, BURNS, who had been in Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, came home Ded. 22 and has improved considerably. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Black had as guests Sunday their son Wayne and family, Fort Dodge. MR. AND MRS. Cecil Burtis were recent guests ofthelatter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lind, Lehigh. MRS. PEARLY HAYNES, a resident at the Good Samaritan Home, was taken to Park Hospital recently for a check-up. DOLORES MAWDSLEY has returned to Newton where she teaches in the school system. She spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley and other relatives. MRS. LELA PRAHL, sister of Mrs. Stella Vipond, recently entered the new Good Samaritan Home. Marinus Hansen, Irvington, is also a new resident there. MRS. PAUL OSTWINKLE, who was taken to St. Ann Hospital a few days ago, is making good recovery and has begun therapy treatments. ERNEST WIDEN is hospitalized at St. Ann. He is a resident of Good Samaritan Home. MYRTLE TURNBAUGH has been visited by her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. CletusTurn- baugh, Buffalo Center. MRS. LOIS CALDWELL was visited a few weeks ago by her daughter, Mrs. R. N. Brenton, who has moved from Union City, Ind. to Indianapolis. The daughter Barbara is employed there and was unable to accompany her mother. MRS. HUGH CARROLL has been visited a few days by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Richardson, formerly of Iowa Falls. They now live at Alden. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt are home from a holiday visit at Virginia Beach, Va., with their son William Jr. and family. They spent ten days there. He is in the Navy. At Smyrna, Ga. they were with their son George and family. RICHARD, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Muller, spent from Dec. 19 till Jan. 2 with his parents. He returned to the U.S.A.F. Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. Before he left, Mrs. Muller entertained at dinner for him and his guests, Dan Owens, Mike Carman, Bob Bestenlehner, John Studer and Bob Schmidt. SOCIETY IDLE HOUR CLUB The Idle Hour Bridge Club meets Wednesday with Mrs. Fern Foster. - o - HAVE BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Richard Burt entertained a few friends of her twin daughters, Joan and Julie, last Saturday in honor of their seventh birthdays. Games were played and refreshments served. - o - CHURCH SESSIONS The U.P.Y.F. met Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. The committee is, President, Bill Carlson; Vice- president, Karl Morz; Secretary, Bill Burt; Treasurer, Kris Easter; and sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Galen DeValois. Jan. 9 at 8 p.m. there will be a meeting of Ruth circle. Hostess, Mrs. Robert Bomgaars and co-hostess, Mrs. Garry Davis; program, Mrs. James Welton; devotions, Mrs. Galen DeValois. Jan. 14 (Sunday), the Sacrament of Baptism will be given. Parents who desire to have their child baptized are requested to notify the pastor as soon as possible. Fund Now $675 The Jackie Roethler fund, started several weeks ago after Miss Roethler, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roethler, Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1968 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 Algona, was seriously injured in a farm mishap, has reached $675. Donations are still being accepted by Mrs. Dick Buscher and The Security State Bank. Former residents of Westfield, Mr. and Mrs. John Wm. Lawrence celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in Sioux City with an open house Dec. 10 at their home. WARNING! TO ALLOW THE STREET DEPARTMENT CREWS TO DO A BETTER AND MORE COMPLETE JOB OF SNOW REMOVAL IN WINTER AND SWEEPING IN SUMMER, FOR SAFETY OF CHILDREN, THE CHIEF OF POLICE IS ASKING RESIDENTS TO REMOVE VEHICLES PARKED IN TRAVELED PORTION OF STREET. IN ADDITION, PERSONS WITH DRIVEWAYS OR OTHER OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES AT THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE ARE ASKED TO PARK VEHICLES THERE AT ALL TIMES INSTEAD OF ON THE STREET. VIOLATORS MAY BE PROSECUTED UNDER THE CITY CODE. AL BOEKELMAN ALGONA CHIEF OF POLICE Blow your horn without lifting a finger. Only Olds dealers have it. A horn control that extends all the way around the inside of the steering wheel. Think of it. You sound your horn with the simple reflex action of your fingers. It's part of Oldsmobile's Tilt-and-Telescope Steering Wheel*—one of the exclusive Olds availabilities for '68. Olds also offers a button that pops open your trunk lid from inside the car. A switch that lets you lock all doors with a single click. Even a buzzer that warns you when you're about to nudge the speed limit. And they're all further proof that, for '68, the young ideas belong to Oldsmobile. L.o,,«:iu,J •HONK, HONK, OLDSMOB.LE'S rUUL-C.RCUE MORN CONTROL - A MOTOR TREND MAGAZ.NE ACHPEVEMENT AWARD W.NNEH FOR ,„„ Drive a youngmobile from Oldsmobile SEE YOUR NEAREST OlDSMOBILE DEALER. GIVE OLDS YOUNG WHEELS A WHIRL DAU'S GARAGE - ALGONA, IOWA

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