The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1968 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 23, 1968
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Richard Dornbier Weds JOLLY NEIGHBORS The Jolly Neighbors club of Letts Creek met Jan. 17 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Lora Pijahn. Ten members answered roll call by bringing or telling about a favorite painting. The lesson on "Introductions to Famous Paintings" was given by Zulabel Erickson and Gladys Furstenau. The next meeting will be Feb. 21 with Phyllis Rusch as hostess. - o CIRCLE MET Monday, Jan. 22, Guild circle of the Presbyterian Church met at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses were Lovern Johnsen and Mrs. Esther Barton. Program was by Mrs. Henry Furst and devotions by Mrs. Charles Hardgrove. - o FAMILY DINNER Mrs. Clinton Godden entertained at a family dinner Friday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Guests were Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann, Mrs. Albert "Skip" Fish and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann and family. - o - COUPLES DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Slmmway and Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick were hosts at a couples dinner. Friday evening at the Johnson House. Nineteen guests were present. RAINBOW INSTALLATION The Instituting of the Order of Rainbow for girls was held Saturday, January 20, at 1:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. The Algona chapter of the O.E.S. #68 were the sponsors. Mrs. Helen Kline, Supreme Deputy from Malvern was the instituting officer. In a ceremony later that afternoon the Humboldt assembly was here to initiate the 35 charter members of this new assembly. Installation of officers was held at 7:30 that evening. One of the installing officers was Mrs. Gertrude Barden, Grand Deputy from Clarion. Phyl Moulton is the new Worthy Advisor with Mrs. Royal Nold as Mother Advisor. Following the installation ceremonies there was a reception at the temple for the new officers. The afternoon was a closed meeting witli only Masonic or Star members present. The installation in the evening was be open to the public. - o - CHURCHES CIRCLES of the United Presbyterian Women met Jan. 18 at 1:30 p.m. as follows: A, Mrs. Mae Dettman, co-hostess, Mrs. Ernest Godfredson; B, Mrs. Fred Geigel; C, Mrs. Chris Hemmen; D, Mrs. William Funk, co-hostess, Mrs. Willard Gregson. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dornbier who were married Dec. 29, 1967, at the First Lutheran Church in Britt. The bride is the former Kathleen Bowen, daughter of Mrs. Alvina Bowen and the bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Celia Dornbier of Algona, and a graduate of Algona High. A reception followed the ceremony in the church basement. Charles Smith, LeRoy Thilges and Larry Ostercamp of Algona attended the bridegroom and the bride's maid of honor was Karen Bowen, sister of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Gene Sandrin. Following a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple is at home in Eagle Grove. The bride is a graduate of Britt High and Mankato State with a degree in education. COME IN TODAY Don't SPAR AROUND with your INCOME TAX Taxes hove you on the ropes" 1 A little fancy footwork will bring you to the nearby office of H & R BLOCK-The Income Tax Champions! We'll give your tax return a knockout punch with our fast, accurate. guaranteed service. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE GUARANTEE • ijUAKANite ^=====r= We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax re'urn. If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or interest, we will pay the penalty or interest America s Largest Tax Service with Over 2000 Offices 1108 H. Moora PHONE 295-7031 INO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ALCONfl | CIRCLES of the First Baptist Church met January 18 for an all-day session, the two circles combining. Hostesses were Harriet Hieter and Nettie Steven. Devotions by Nellie Bowman. CIRCLES of the Methodist W.S.C.S. 'met January 18 as follows: May, Mrs. William Noland; June, Fireside Room; Sept., Mrs. Walter Klamp; Oct., Mrs. Everett Barr; Nov., Mrs. Helen Hutchison; Dec., Mrs. Jerry Payne; Feb., Mrs. Max Bartholomew; Mar., Mrs. Webb Fowler; April, Mrs. J. A. Reid; Jan., Mrs. William Noland, Jan. 17. The church nominating committee met Jan. 18 at 7:30 the Fireside Room. Saturday. Jan. 20, 9:30 a. m. a confirmation class meeting was held. ..- o - WED SUNDAY Sunday at 2 o'clock the wedding of Hugh Black and Frances Pruis- mann took place in the Methodist church. Is Homemaker WEST BEND - Linda Bonnstetter, daughter of the LeRoy Bonstetters, is West Bend Community High School's 1968 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. SOW NUTRENA INTRODUCTORY NUTRENA CARG No Decision Reached On School Heat In an open meeting of the board of education of the Algona Community School District Tuesday, no action was taken on a heating system for the proposed new high school. Representing Algona Municipal Utilities were 0. Burton Harmes and Supt. T. James Palmer. Mr. Harmes introduced Walter Ratal, Milwaukee, Wise., and his assistant. Mr. Ratai is a mechanical engineer who has supervised in-; stallation of electric heating systems in a number of schools in Wisconsin. He presented, through slides and charts, types of electrical systems of heating and air-conditioning. Pat Montag, manager of the local North Central Public Service Co., and George Ross, Coon Rapids, Minn., mechanical engineer, added to their gas heat presentation of last week. Present at the meeting and assisting in the discussion were Cliff Prall, architect, and John Carson, consultant engineer, Des Moines. Following the two presentations, the board went into executive session to discuss and compare the two systems as to rates and costs. Vaughn Rising, secretary, was authorized to secure bids for a new school bus, as two buses are soon to be retired to stand-by use. Also, he was authorized to secure bids on gasoline for the school buses and for fuel oil for heating purposes. In addition, he was authorized to secure an auditor for the 1967-68 financial records. Discussed was liability insurance and new legislation concerning certain aspects of coverage and liability, as well as the teacher salary schedule, especially in view of recent state rulings and the meeting of area teachers in Spencer last week. The next meeting will be held Jan. 29 at 2:30 p.m. at which Mr. Prall and Mr. Carson will be present to assist the board in arriving at a definite conclusion on the heating system. Is Re-Elected Vic Youngwirth was re-elected president of the Kossuth unit of the National Farmers Organiza- ' tion during that group's annual meeting in Burt Jan. 10. Kay Kading was elected vice president; Arnold Duerr, secretary; and Tom Lickteig, treasurer. The AVERAGE Food Coif It LOWER AT HOOD'S-Day Afttr Day, Wt Invitt You To Ctock Our Rtpuler ShtH Prim ft COMPARE Tuesday, Jan. 23, 1968 Algeria (la.) Upp«r D«s Mo!nM-3 MRS. WILMA KUHLMANN and her daughter, Mrs. Albert "Skip" Fish, went to Ft. Dodge Wednesday to see Mrs. Fish's brother- in-law, Ron Fish, who was taken from Britt to Lutheran Hospital for surgery made necessary by an accident a few weeks ago. MR. AND MRS. Axel Hansenof Armstrong were erroneously named as Axel Olson in a recent account of the observance of their fifty-fourth wedding anniversary. It was a family affair with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Sires and sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Hansen as participants. MRS. GRACE JACKMANN is spending a few weeks at Madison, Wise., with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Chosy. She went there in time to celebrate her birthday Jan. 17. MRS. DON SHERMAN returned home last Wednesday from Park Hospital, Mason City, where she had major surgery. Sheismakino; good recovery. HUGO JOHNSON took Tom Dailey to Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, Thursday, for Ids periodic check-up. Tom had cataract surgery sometime ago which was very successful. Th.3 check-up is for other minor ailments at six- month intervals. BILL CARLSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Carlson, is hospitalized at University Hospital, Iowa City, for treatment. Mr. Carlson went there Thursday to spend a short time with him. PEGGY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin, is in Lutheran Hospital, Ft. Dodge, and has had some bone surgery. Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Ondlle Wagner attended a pre-nuptial shower for Diane Fleming, bride- to-be of Harold Elbert, Jr., at Whittemore, Jan. 14. 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