$6,300 Paid By United Fund Checks totaling $6,300 were recently distributed to 10 organizations by the United Fund of Algona, representing the first-half allocation of funds from the more than $16,000 collected during a drive here in October, 1967. Bill Kraft, left, is shown with representatives of three organizations who received large checks. They are, left to right, Mrs. Evelyn Bickert, Red Cross; Dave Evans, Boy Scouts; and Mrs. Royal Nold, Girl Scouts. Largest amount went to the Boy Scouts, $1,500, while the Girl Scouts received $1,150; Red Cross, $1,087.50; Kossuth School for Retarded Children, $950; Salvation Army, $375; Iowa Children's Home Society, $350; Iowa Mental Health Association, $300; Algona Charities and Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, $250 each; and United Service Organization, $87.50. Mr. Kraft Is treasurer of the United Fund here and Richard Rlngsdorf is the newly-elected president. (UDM Polaroid Photo) LuVerne WSCS Collects Cards For Mission Lu VERNE-Circle n met in the nesday with 12 members present. presided. Mrs. Lyle Sheltonwas home of Mrs.'Aima Madden Wed- Mrs. Jess Jergensen, chairman, in charge of devotions and Mrs. AT IN ALGONA We've got clothes for racketeers latever your racket this spring, pull it off in a big w|ay in Koret of California's Bodega Doubleknit Coordinates. In easy-come, easy-go 100% Wear-Dated* ACRILAN' acrylic. Smashing colors, crashing styles. Made for the big time... for fast-living people—like you. *Wear-Dated means guaranteed for one full year normal wear or your money refunded by Monsanto Turtle Neck Topper - $10 Elastispan Suiter Skirt — $13 Olympic Jacket - $20 Elqstispan Bermuda Golfer — $13 In Sunflower and Sky Blue,$izes 8 to 20. Grover Rentz presented the lesson. The treasurer reported a balance of $129.55. Money realized at the meeting was $4.62 from the Pink Book collection; $11 from the auction and $10.25 from the sale of molds for making mints. Mrs. Bill Jergensen asked that members bring their old birthday cards to the next W.S.C.S. meeting. These will be prepared and sent to a mission in India. - o - AUXILIARY MEETING Auxiliary met Feb. owithDar- lene Curry presiding. Fifteen members were present. Members voted to buy seven dozen tablespoons. Also, cookies are to be sent to Woodward, packed by Marilyn Zentner. Entertainment was by Sadie Wagner and Minnie Davidson. Hostesses were Darlene McClellan and Florence Studer. - o - MEMORIAL SOCIETY Memorial Society met Feb. 8 at city hall with 26 members and three guests, Marie Jackson, Dora Marty and Mrs. Richard Steil, present. Roll call was "A way to relax." Memorial for Mrs. Eli Bager. Emma Krause gave two readings. Hostesses were Anna Smith, Martha Ramus and Emma Krause. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mrs. Weber's mother and sister, Mrs. Lulu Jordan and Edna at Des Moines. Mrs. Jordan celebrated her 83rd birthday. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll were guests at a smorgasbord dinner at Ft. Dodge. The occasion was the 10th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll, Eagle Grove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll celebrated their 37th wedding anniversaries Feb. 11 with dinner at Reynolds Cafe, Titonka. The afternoon and evening were spent socially at the Baade home. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Heiter and sons, Humboldt. Mrs. Heiter is adaughterofMr.andMrs.Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes spent the weekend in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and sons, Ames. ' Dinner guests in the home. of.... Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Consoer, Ft. " Dodge, Wednesday, were Violet and Luella Swiger, LuVerne; Mrs. B. Hendren, Dakota City; and Mrs. Cliff Holmes, LuVerne. Violet and Luella are sisters of Mrs. Consoer. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Myrtle Eggleston were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Duran Watts and son were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watts, Clarion. Violet and Luella Swiger visited Friday in the home of Mrs. B. Hendren, Dakota City. LuVerne firemen and their wives held their annual fish fry Feb. 11 at the city hall. Twenty- five members were present. Also Mrs. Studer of Corwith and retired honorary fireman, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes. The evening was spent socially playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lawson spent Sunday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willey of Rock Island, HI., visited in the home of Mr. Willey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Willey and in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Studer. Mrs. Howard Willey is a sister of George Studer. J. J. Club met Feb. 9 at the home of Loraine Jergensen with 14 members present. Berniece Cox had the lesson. She read some very interesting historical articles on the remodeling of the White House and different historical places up to the present time. The club voted to buy a new coat rack to be put in the library. move i clock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete Program begins 7:009:00 p. m. "The Ballad Of Josie" - 7:15 - 9:15 p, m. MATINEE SATURDAY at 1:30 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete Program begins 1:00-3:00- 5:00- 7:009:00 p. m. "Waterhold #3" 1:20 - 3:15 - 5:15 - 7:20 9:15 p. m. MONDAY and TUESDAY Complete Program begins 7:009:00 p. m. "Waterhole #3" 7:20-9:15 p.m. WEDNESDAY - Cinema Arts Festival. Complete Program begin$ 8 p. m. "Divorce, Italian Style"-8:15 p.m. The next meeting will be in the home of Fern Neal. Prayer Group No. 1 met Feb. 8 in the home of Ann Bjustrom with ten present. Prayer Group No. 3 met in the home of Florence Stewart Feb. 12 with eight present. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delaine Blumer were Joe Blumer and Debbie and Diane of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding, Jr., Paul and Harriet, and Mrs. Robert Blumer, mother of Delaine Blumer. Mrs. Delaine Blumer visited last week in the homes of her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Boeckholt and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boeckholt, Titonka; in the home of her mother, Mrs. Meta Gifford, Burt; and in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gifford and new baby, Robin Renee, also of Burt. Cindi Rugg of Chicago, who has been visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and sister Vickie, the past week, has returned to her home 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, Peb. IS, 1969 LOANS $25 to $5000 CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS FINANCE YOUR NEXT CAR UNITED LOAN SERVICE PITTMAN FINANCE CORP. 106 S. Marlon, Algeria Ph. 295-3741 ir on m on TONE'S 4 oz. 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