The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1968 · Page 2
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II (la.) Upp«r 6e« Maine* Wednesday, feb. 51, 1*68 WORD HAS been received of the birth of a son, Tad William, to the William Kraft, Jrs. of Kenosha, Wise., on Feb. 11,1968. This is their second child. The grandparents are the William Kraft Sfs. of Algona. Bill, Jr. will be remembered as having been lifeguard at the local pool for four years. He is presently employed at White Welding Corporation in Kenosha. DON CLAPSADDLE went to iDes Moines Feb. 13 where he en- jtered Veterans Hospital for a ;back ailment. ; THE ALGONA Floor Service : was host, Monday evening, to the home decoration class from the Algona high night school group. 'There were 18 present and the class studied various aspects of home decoration as part of a field trip program by the night school unit. MRS. ROSE SIGSBEE left Sun•day for Lincoln, Neb. to visit her , daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and ! Mrs. Earl Beardsley. The three : planned to drive to Florida for a | visit. Mrs. Beardsley isthefor- .' mer Ruth Ann Sigsbee. ''• MATT FRANKL, son of Mrs. I B. A. Frankl, was host Saturday | evenng to a group of classmates ! at his home here. Guests were j Tom Elbert, Gary Hagen, Steve • Mueller, Tom Laing, Wayne Pe; derson, Jack Waller, Robbie ; Claude, Darrell Miller, Jack Dij mond, Ann Lighter, Julie Chris; chilles, Virginia Hardgrove, i Debbie Johnson, Andy Hansen, • Vicki Anderson, Becky Mino, Ann ; Taylor, Jan Schultz and Marilyn ; Dau. > ' MR. AND MRS. Arnie Ricklefs and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geelan returned Saturday from a convention trip to Las Vegas. MRS. EARL B. MILLER and Marilyn have been here from Spring Valley, Minn, to see Mrs. Miller's mother and sister, Mrs. Maude Robinson and Mildred. Mrs. Robinson recently was dismissed from Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, following oral surgery. Sally Steele Of Algona Is Wed Feb. 10 SALLYSTEELE Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele, Algona, announce the marriage of their daughter, Sally Charlene, to Fred Anthony McWhorter, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Aubrey McWhorter, Davenport. They were married in the First Methodist Church, Cedar Falls, Feb. 10. Both are students at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. MR. AND MRS. Milo Rentz received a call from their soA, Danny, from California, where he was enroute to Denver where he would get his medical discharge. He expects to be home Thursday or Friday. ~DAVID LEE REEFER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reefer, celebrated his third birthday Feb. 15 with a party. Guests were his brother, Ronnie, Mrs. Dale Rochleau, Jeanne, Donnie and Ricky, and Mrs. Joan Tripp, Bobby and Steven. MR. AND MRS. Wm. Schneider of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schneider of Bancroft, made a weekend trip to Cross- lake, Minn, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schneider and son Bob. The When temperatures keep you home.:. GET THINGS DONE BY PHONE Easy way to do your shopping, make visits, lake care of errands: reach for your phone ! In any kind of weather, your telephone is right there on the job helping to make living easier, more convenient for you Northwestern Bell men are brothers. Jim is still recuperating from recent surgery but is doing well and has partially returned to work supervising a market at Manhattan Beach, nearby. The local folks returned Monday. MRS. ESTHER Barton returned Feb. 17 from a week's vacation in Florida. She flew to Miami, Fla. and visited her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook of Webb, who spend each winter there. She went from there to Sarasota to visit Mrs. Jessie Thackery Turner and daughter, Ruth. Lee, th son, was married a year or two ago and also lives at Sarasota. Lafe Turner, husband of Jessie, died several years ago and was a well- known painter here. EDWIN CARLSON, Granada, Minn., Mrs. R. P. Rode, Welcome, Minn., Mrs. Leone Celander and Mrs. Harold Christensen, Faimont, Minn., attended funeral services for John Larson Saturday. MRS. ROBERT HALL and three-month old son, Todd, left Algona, Feb. 14, after spending a week at the parental K.S. Cowan home and went to Cherokee for a few days to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, Sr. The senior Halls took her to Sioux City where she left for Denver, Colo, via plane. DAVE COWAN, son of the Ken Cowans, returned to Mankato State College Sunday after spending the weekend here. He is a sophomore at the college. GLENN NAUDAIN, well-known former Algonan, has written friends that his wife has had a recent appendectomy. She is making good recovery. Their home is Rock Hill, S.C. MRS. LUCILLE ZERFASS has been visited by her sister, Mrs. Irma Altwegg, Redfield, Mrs. Helen Zeller and Mrs. Ruby For- sytlie. MRS, G. W. STILLMAN and Mrs. J. C. Everds were recently at Ames where the former visited a cousin, Anna Holland, at the hospital, where she was recovering from surgery, and Mrs. Everds spent the time with friends. Active Program Outlined For St. Joe C.D.A. ST. JOE -Catholic Daughters of America Court of St. Joseph met Feb. 1-4 witli Grand Regent Mrs. Marvin Reding in charge. The Charity committee reported on clothing received from the Trading Post at Livermore that was sent to the missions. Hospital gowns and bandages are to be brought to the March 13 meeting as a Lenten project. Discussion on major charities for the year by the court with several projects being considered. The Court will sponsor a card party on Sunday evening, March 17 in St. Joseph's school hall with the following committee in charge of arrangements: Mrs. Martin Frideres, Mrs. Bill McGuire, Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs. Ray f hilges, Mrs. Ralph Bormann, Mrs. George Wagner and Mrs. John Geischecker. In closing, the lecturer Mrs. WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY SPECIALS! Thursday, Friday and Saturday at SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE 12 PRICE Sale! Wallpaper Visit our store and see these bargains on papers carried in stock. Not odds and ends or short lots —but latest Studio or Decorator patterns included along with popular priced papers. Buy Now-Save up to Davis EVER BRIGHT ture, work benches many other uses. Use on wood, concrete, metal surfaces. All popular colors. PORCH-FLOOR ENAMEL Top-quality enamel — use inside or outside on any walking surface. Withstands heavy foot traffic. Ideal for outdoor furni- pipes and 149 Quart WALL PAINT Beautiful glare-free finish. Use on any interior painted or unpainted surface of plaster, wallboard, brick, wallpaper. Choice of latest colors. • Dries In Less Than One Hour • No Laps, Streaks or Brush Marks • Apply with Brush or Roller • Wash Tools, Hands with Soap and Water 99 Davis Paints Sailer's Davis Paint Store ALGONA, IA. Phone 295-5253 Grumbacher Artift Supplies Cuitom Picture Framing "Bountiful Fruit-Basket" DECANTER BOTTLE 16'/a" High! Sensational low price for thit giant Decanter. 16'j high. Imported Italian blown glass. Plastic inset in stopper assures a light f i t Choose from 3 colors. 99' A $2.00 Value E. M. Gales read an article on "The Story of Valentines." Five hundred was played with Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Jim Stahl receiving prizes. Mrs. George Studer received the Anniversary cift. - o Mrs. Peter Bormann entertained her Five Hundred Club Thursday afternoon with Elizabeth Berte and Mary Jane Origer as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Joe Sinn well. Mrs. Ralph Reding entertains the club on March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hilbert drove to Des Moines Wednesday afternoon to meet their daughter, Lenora, returning from Chicago where she was one of 22 Iowa 4-H girls that participated in the annual 4-H Home Improvement Study trip Feb. 11-14. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert visited with Mary- Kay Shanley and were accompanied home by an aunt, Barbara Plathe, who is visiting other relatives and friends here. Relatives from here attended the 97th birthday of John Kellner on Feb. 15, at his home north of St. Benedict when the birthday was observed by his family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Retiing spent Thursday and Friday with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoinfe at Jefferson, So. Dak. and helped observe the first birthday of their grandson, David, on Feb. 15. All Farmers YOU ARE INVITED TO KLEIN'S ANNUAL SATURDAY, FEB. 24 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Caterer All Farm Families Are Invited! This is an event for the entire family, so bring the kids. 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