The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1968 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 21, 1968
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(la.) Upper D.t Moinos Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1968 Memorial To Ex-Principal At LuVerne Lu VERNE - A new plaque has just been placed in the lobby of LuVerne High School as a memorial to the late Howard H. Smith, who was principal and took great interest in the athletic program of the school. The plarue is a record of the champions in track, showing the events, time, and year the record was made. This memorial is a gift of the students and faculty of the school and Mrs. Smith. A formal dedication of the memorial will be held at a later date. - o - MUSIC RESULTS Saturday, Feb. 17, 1968, twenty-nine grade school students from LuVerne participated in the North Iowa Invitational Grade School Music Festival at Mason City. Winning blue ribbons were: Judy Jergensen, Beverly Nelson, Diane Curry, Curtis Barber, Heather Brainerd, Terry Hinz, Steve Froehlich, Bruce Coyle, Sandra Nelson, Cynthia Kiley, Laurie Hefty, Debbie Wolf, the flute trio, and the clarinet quartet. Red ribbon winners were: Charles Legler, Rodger Pergande, Kathy Hurlburt, Jane Meyer, Becky Wilhelm, Robert Blake, DonSwanson, Larry Trauger, Danny Froehlich, Barbara Marty, Vicki Gronbach, Holly De Nio, Terry Froehlich, Steve Wickett, Linda Barton, the cornet quartet and the saxophone duet. White ribbons were won by: Sharon Shorey, Ronald Pergande and the trombone quartet. - o - PROGRESSIVE CLUB Sunday evening, LuVerne Progressive Club met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman with the husbands as guests. The program, in charge of Laurene Jergensen, included a history of Kossuth county and the town of LuVerne, presented by Wilma Baskerville. Several members brought pictures of early day activities. Mr. Hanselman showed a movie, "Two Steaks." A buffet luncheon was served at the close of the evening. - o - CLUB MEETING Good Will Club held their annual tea Feb. ID at the Imperial Cafe, Bode, with 13 members and three guests, Mrs. Harry Christensen, Humboldt;Mrs.Ted Wagner and Mrs. Carl Hansel- man, Livermore, present. Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Wagner are former club membeis. President Mrs. Harry Naffziger presided at a short business meeting. Court whist was played for entertainment. Mrs. Hanselman won high with second high going to Emma Krause. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Ted Johnson. - o - Prayer Group I met Feb. 13 in the home of Mrs. Joe Thorn. Leader, Myrtle Jordan. Prayer Group n met Feb. 13 in the home of Mrs. Cliff Holmes. Leader, Mrs. Alvin Weber. Prayer Group I met Feb. 14 in the home of Mrs. Faye Lichty. Anna Smith, leader. Prayer Group II met Feb. 14 in the home of Mrs. Ralph Davidson. Ella Weber, leader. Tuesday Club met Feb. 13 in the home of Mrs. Alvin Weber, with one guest, Mrs. John Weber. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville showed some very interesting slides of her trip to Mexico. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. VernonEggleston of Fenton and daughter Delores of Algona were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston and in the Ralph Davidson home. Art Henry and granddaughter Paula Block of Eagle Grove visited in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston Sunday. Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and Vicki, LuVerne, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nedve<i, Gilmore City, visited Sunday in the home of Mrs. Glenn Rinehart, Mason City, who has returned home from a two- month vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber spent the weekend in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber and baby, Cedar Rapids. Charles and his family recently moved into their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, LuVerne, and Mrs. Harold Davis, Mason City, left Feb. 14 for a two-week vacation at Muskogee, Okla., where they will visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. Mrs. Lorene Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Jan Gardner, Karlaand Jena of .Algona visited Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. Johnson's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Paul Putnam of Algona spent Tuesday, his first birthday, in the home of his grandparents, the Win. Goetsches. Dinner guests in the evening were his great- grandmother, Mrs. John Sykes, Livermnre, anil his mother, Mrs. Jon Putnam, Mrs. Carl Goetsch, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley, Algona, and Arlie Goetsch, Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch and Arlie Goetsch were guests Sunday in the Ronald Kraft home at Dakota City. The occasion was a farewell party for Richard Kraft of Northwood, who leaves Feb. 27 for the Army and also the birthday of Ronald. Mrs. Goetsch and Ar - tfce store where your dollar will do the most TOTAL SAVINGS SALE! MIRRO, 9 CUP COFFEE PERCOLATOR Reg. $6,95 4.99 INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR SPRAY PAINT Reg. 99c 57 WESTCLOX ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCK Reg. $3.98 1.99 ASSORTED COLORS - WICKER DESIGN WASH BASKET Reg. $1.29 97 6 GAL. PLASTIC TRASH CAN Reg. SI.39 PLUMBER'S FRIEND only 4 PIECE TYNEX NYLON PAINT BRUSH SET Reg. 79c 47 MOTOR HONEY can 79« BUY A 14" PIPE WRENCH AND GET A 10" FREE . . both for $4.44! QUART SIZE Vacuum Bottle LIMIT ONE 98" LONG LASTING Flashlite Batteries 2 'or 29* Coast-To-Coast Store ED WOLF, Qwntr PHONf 395*543* Trudy Betts Of Whittemore To Wed In April He is working in the office of Captain F. B. Shrake aboard the USS Yosemite (A D-19). The ship left Newport Jan. 26 to participate in Springboard 68. Two weeks were spent in San Juan, Puerto- Rico, and one weekend on the island of St. Thomas. The ship will spend one week in New Orleans, La., before returning to its home- port at Newport on March 0. YN2 Bergum is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berjrum nf rural Bancroft. His wife is the former Joleer: Mueller, daughter of the Roy Muellers. Thevhavoa son, Mikey. - o - Mrs. Otis England of Rin^sted was hostess to the Jolly Jokers Club Thursday afternoon. Mesdames Pearl Burt, Kay Krause, Luella Jensen and Frances \Vilberg played for absent members. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Whitman '-'f East Chain. Minn., • ^ <iav afternoon c tilers at the Henry Luofts. Mrs. Herniri.'i Streucker of Fairmont xpfiu last weekend with her d.ui.;hter and .raridson, Mrs. Edna Johannes 1 " 1 !! and Larry. Mrs. Opal Simpson of Algona visited at the Everett Withams Sunday. She and Mrs. tt'itham drove to Estherville in the afternoon and visited Mrs. Simpson's aunt, Mrs. Minna Cole, who had recently been hospitalized. The green 4-leaf clover with white H's in each leaf is the national emblem of the 4-H Clubs. 7oda\ wnon vnur financial picture looks bripht. is the best time to insure for the future. For life insurance See LOUIS H. REILLY 115 W. Nebraska - Algona, la. Phone 295-5256 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Lifo Insurance • Group Insurance Annuities • Health Insurance Pension Plans TRUDY BETTS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Betts, Whittemore, announce the en- ^a^ement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Trudy Rae, to Brian Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Henry, also of Whittemore. The wedding is planned for April 20 at St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore. lie are godparents of Richard. Kathy King, Algona, spent the weekend in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blumer and family, Eagle Grove; the pastor of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Eagle Grove; and Mr. and Mrs. Delain Blumer and family, Lu Verne, visited Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. Robert Blumer. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding, Jr. and family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Delain Blumer and family. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fisher were Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Fisher and family. 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