The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1968 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1968
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FRED GRONBACH suffered a recent heart attack and is being cared for at his home. The son, Leroy and family, havebeenhere from Leavenworth, Kans. and the daughter, Mrs. Glen Long, has been here from Estherville. FRIENDS OF MRS. Hazel Vera have received word that she has left Phoenix, Ariz, where she spent several weeks with her daughter and son-in-law, Elvie and Don Johnson. She went from there to Texas to visit an aunt and will come home from there. ROYAL NOLD took his daughter, Sharon, and roommate, Marcia Brewer, Sioux City, Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith, and Judy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott, to Cedar Falls where the girls are students at the University. They had been home for their semester break. MR. AND MRS. Julius Peterson are being visited a few days this week by their daughter, Mrs. Harold Anderson, Royal. RECENT SUNDAY guests at the Marvin Kramer home were Mrs. Alice Erickson and Leslie, Martha Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beisch and Edward and Mr. Beisch's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramer and Randy, Raymond, Kay Ann and Mary Ann Faber. MR. AND MRS. Sam Medin, well-known former Algonans, are at Whittemore with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin, and have also visited friends at Mason City. A little later they will go to St. Cloud, Minn, for a visit with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin, and about April 1 will go to their summer cottage at Woman Lake, Minn, for the summer. MR. AND MRS. Paul Palmer were visited recently by their son-in-law and daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. James Fritz and family, San Jose, Calif. En- route home, they 'were stalled half an hour in the mountains in Nevada. JAMES, SON OF Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer, is attending college at Long Beach, Calif., going to night classes. He works during the day. MR. AND MRS. Newton Hieter were at Livermore Sunday to visit Mrs. Lela Heiter. MRS. MAE RANEY has been visited by her granddaughter, Julia Forburger and husband, Major Tom Forburger, who for the past year have been living at Colorado Springs, Colo. They have been transferred to Norfolk, Va. and spent from Jan. 17-25 at Wesley with Mrs. Forburger's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney. Major Forburger spent some time in Vietnam in 1966. Mrs. Raney has also been visited by Mr. and Mrs. James Raney and Mark, Brookings, S. D. They were here Sunday and left for home Monday. They also visited Mr. Raney's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney, Wesley. James is a grandson of Mae Raney. He has been attending South Dakota State University at Brookings and received his M.S. degree Jan. 27, MRS. JEAN WADSWORTH'S many friends will be interested in learning she entered Good Samaritan Home Jan. 28. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby drove to Jackson, Minn. Sunday for a few hours' visit with their son, John. DAVID PASSMORE is spending some time at Dubuque with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller. Mrs. Miller is the former Jeanette Sterling. MIKE NAVOICHICK is expected this weekend from Fort Irwin, Calif, for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Navoichick. Unless there are some drastic changes due to the tense situation in war activities, he will be discharged in April, having served his allotted time. MRS. THERESA BERGER and Edward Kenyon, Whittemore, attended funeral services for their aunt, Agnes Llckteig, atGreeley, Kans., Wednesday, Jan. 24. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig, Mr. and Mrs. John'Lickteig, Jack Lick, telg and Albert Lickteig, Wesley, and' Edward Lickteig, Burt, In'i'tliors of the deceased. ROYAL NEIGHBOR Lodge members met recently with Mrs. Myra Ostrum. District Deputy Mrs. Alma Stoltz, Curlew, was in attendance. MR. AND MRS. Webster Orton and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pearson attended services at the Evangelical Free church at Wesley Sunday, Jan. 28, when their respective sons, Scot Eric and Randy Allen, were dedicated. Rev. Curtis Anderson performed the rites. LEROY LAU spent from last Monday till Friday at home after being in the Methodist hospital, Des Moines, where the plate in his leg was removed. The surgery followed an injury, but the plate had to be removed. It became necessary for his return to the hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker took him there. Mrs. Lau was unable to go because of business interests here. She is being visited by her little granddaughter, Monica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGregor, Boone. MRS. MYRA OSTRUM has returned from Titonka where she visited her granddaughter and husband, Mr. andMrs.DonBaade and family. Unfortunately, the entire family, including Mrs. Ostrum, were sick with the flu for several days. SOCIETY NEWS BREAKFAST CLUB Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained her breakfast club Monday. • - o - PLAY CARDS The Idle Hour bridge club meets next Wednesday with Mrs. Albert Granzow. - o - BEAN SUPPER The Historical Society is . having a Bean Supper again this year, Feb. 22. The Izaak Walton League will assist and serving will be done at the V.F.W. hall. ST. BENEDICT C.D.A. St. Benedict Court* 1599 met Jan. 18 in the school hall. Itwas decided the court would sponsor a poetry contest for the grade school and offer prizes to the top three poems Judged the best. The court officers will behaving a guest night for neighboring courts on Feb. 29. It was also voted to make school-aid kits for needy Asian schools. Plans were made to hold a day of recollection for all ladies of the parish sometime in March. The court voted to have a high mass read for Father Francis Conway who was killed in an auto accident. The committee in charge of the lunch and entertainment was: Dorothy Plathe, Bernice Mayer, Louise Preuschl, Camilla Degan and Mildred Youngwlrth. - o - PLUM CREEK HOMEMAKERS Plum Creek Homemakers met Wednesday, Jan. 24 at the home of LeolaGardnerwlthDorisKeith and Blanche Long,assisting. Twenty-four members and one guest answered roll call. Inspiration was given by Joyce Keith. The Rural Women's Day will be held at the Legion Hall the first of April with a cooking school to be held. All women are welcome. A.C.W.W. will have a bus to Lansing, Mich., in September from this district so those who desire to go get your application in. A lesson on marketing was given by Marjorie Bode who showed slides. NormaPaetzgave a lesson on art appreciation. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be at Florence Kains at Bell Court, Algona, - o- CLUBS MET The Knit and Sew Club met Jan. 23 with Mrs. L. R. Kees. Mrs. Ruth Cook entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Delia McCullough was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. - o- GOP COFFEE A Republican Women's coffee was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Dean Andrews, Burt. In attendance from here were Mesdames J. C. Everds, Chester Schoby, Ray.Potter, Milton Nor- ion, Mate'Moore and James'And- r reasen. A book review was given by Mrs. Andreasen. 1847 ROGERS BROSf America's Finest Silverplate Favorite pattern -l.|jt^ —M sale js your pattern here' All now available on SPECIAL ORDER SERVICE Lovely pattern favorites of the past available again. This may be your last opportunity to fill in or add on to your service in one of these patterns you chose for family silver. ORDERS ACCEPTED THROUGH MARCH 16 for delivery in September 1968 Teaspoon $1.65 Dinner Fork .. 2.75 Dinner Knife Hollow Handle 4.40 Salad Fork.... 2.75 Dessert or Soup Spoon Round Bowl Soup Spoon Cocktail Fork Iced Drink Spoon .... Butter Spreader 2.75 Tablespoon ... 3.50 2.75 2.75 2.7S 2.75 THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY $ last State ^J^ Algeria, Iowa Phone 295-5672 CROSSWORD PUZZLE LAST WEEKS ANSWER « ACROSS 1. Tattle 5. Spar 9. Boy's name 10. Wideawake 12. Lubricated 13. Lucid 14. Greek letter 15. Pert, to malt drink 18. Vlrg-lnium: sym. 17. International language 18. Location 20. Encountered 21. Grab 23. Strong: wind 24. Traders 26. Lath 28. Called forth 31. Audience 32. Boll slowly 33. Greek letter 34. Land measure 35. Enemy 36. Stroke 37. Kind of wave 39. Mature person 41. Gravy 42. Soiled 43. Golf mounds 44. Matures DOWN 1. Englishman i. Girl's name 3. First-rate 4. Matrix B. Twin crystal 6. Confederate 7. Observe 8. Journey 9. South Africans 11. Banal 15. Olympic contestant 18. Proof- reader's mark 19. River in Peru 20. Visor 22. Jewish month 23. Flourish 25. Time before 28. Chairs 27. Lasso 29. Glorifies 30. Refrain 32. Heels- partners 35. Confront 36. Unadulterated 38. Owing 39. Ohio college town 40. Excavate 12 14 Zb 34 & 41 il 14 3ft JS IS 10 n Vi VI 44 40 ZO 21 v> BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Karl Willason entertained her birthday club Jan. 24. Members are Mrs. Jess Lashbrook, Mrs. Henry Furst, Mrs. Paul Richardson, Mrs. Newton Helter, Mrs. Walt Steven, Mildred Robinson and Mrs. William Geerlng. Mrs. Willason had as additional guests Mrs. Rose Medin and Mrs. Bernltas Lynk. - o - DINNER GUESTS Mrs. Mae Dettman had as dinner guests Jan. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Pete Godfredson, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Woltz, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Godfredson, Mrs. Mabel Riddle, Mrs. Mattie Godfredson and Dick Godfredson. « Thuridoy, Feb. t, 1968 W. S. C. S. MEETING Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Feb. 1 for a one o'clock luncheon. The program, "Youth, His Search For Identity", will be given by Mrs. L. L. Snyder. Mrs. Frank Moulton is chairman, Mrs. Vic Parsons, co-chairman. Members of the Wesleyan Guild are Invited to eat during their lunch hour. Saturday, Feb. 3, at 9:30 a. m. the confirmation class meets. - o - WED 58 YEARS A family observance of the 58th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius was held at St. Ann hospital Jan. 26. Present were Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Algeria (lei.) Upper &** M«in«*-3 Capesius, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hurley, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tornabane, Ft. Dodge, and the bridegroom of so many years ago, Frank Capesius. The long-ago bride has been a medical patient at St. Ann the past three weeks. - o - CHURCH MEETING The Congregational Women's Fellowship will meet Feb. 1 for a one o'clock luncheon to be served by circle 3. Mrs. Helen Hutchison will show pictures taken on her recent trip to Africa. f PLAN LESSON Women of the First Baptist church will meet Feb. 1. Hostesses are Mrs. Mack Carlson and Mrs. Cleo Black. Mrs. Ed Bowman will give the lesson on "The Christian Home" and roll call will be, "Life in the Christian Home." - o A meeting of the First Baptist deaconesses will be held at Mrs. Karl Willason's Feb. 6. IZAAK WALTON ANNUAL BUFFALO DINNER FEB. C, 1961 SERVING 5:00 TO 7:30 P.M. AT THE ALGONA V. F. W. HALL OVER 1/2 TON OF BUFFALO MEAT WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS TICKETS Adults — $2.00 Children under 12 — $1.00 AVAILABLE AT Coost-To-Coast - Algona Barber Shop - Frederick's - Larry Recreation or From Any Member^ FOR PLUMBING HEATING COOLING INSTALLATION • REPAIR OR REMODELNG WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 295-2104 LAING Plumbing-Heafing-Coollng 12 No. Dodge, Algona N96974 CURE/81-a boneless, smoked ham so carefully cured, baked and smoked it's given an individual registration number. Half-hams. Hormel packages and registers Cure/81 in thrifty half-hams as well as whole hams. A fEOtH»Ur INSPECTED PRODUCT N96975 We guarantee each CURE/81 ham when it's registered. 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