The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1964 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1964
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ThUf ' day ' Nov " W4 Algona, (la.) Upp.r D« I AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MARY MILLER, JaoWe Rowley and Jim Abbott were among students of Drake University who visited their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rowley', and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Abbott, during their semester break a week ago, -o- MR. AND MRS. Allen Buchanan attended the bad's Day celebration at Iowa City with their son, Glenn, sophomore at the university. -o- MRS. VIC .PARSONS entertained her bridge club Thursday evening, with two tables in play. High score was held by Mrs. Burton Harmes. Friday, she entertained another club, with Mrs. Mitch Taylor winning the prize. -o- JIM PARSONS, student at Morningside, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons, will spend just the day here at Thanksgiving. That evening, he will enter dress rehearsal of the Sioux City Community Theatre, in a presentation of "Damn Yankees", in which he has seven walk-on parts. -o- MR. AND MRS. Oswald Thilges, Maureen and Gary, Algona, and Mrs. Dennis Miller, West Bend, attended the wedding of Robert Bomgaars and Sharon Weber, Nov. 15, at Clear Lake. - o - C, D. OF A. will hold a party on Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. at St. Cecelia's for prospective members. Mrs. Herman Bode of Corwith, district deputy for the Algona area, will have the program. All members are invited to attend. « -o- CAROLINE RILEY of Adel, spent the weekend here as guest of Delthea Shlark. Both students at Northwest State College of Missouri at Maryville, they accompanied Kendra Seely. Others In the group were Dean Wlllrett and Richard Dugan. -o- MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Seely will have as guests for Thanksgiving two sisters of Mrs. Seely, Mrs. Ruth Davidson of Sioux Falls and Mrs. Emma Hags. Their daughter, Kendra, will come from college for the weekend. -o- RUSSELL BUCHANAN will be one of four who will appear on a panel discussion "The Taxpayers'-Council Faces the Issue 1 ', Dec. 5, at Des Moines. Others appearing will be from Northwestern University, Marshalltown, and Burlington. The date Is on the final day of the 25th annual three-day tax school, sponsored by the Iowa Bar Association, of which Mr. Buchanan is an advisory member of the committee on taxation. He is immediate past president of the Iowa Association of City Attorneys, having retired Nov. 12 at the state conference in Des Moines. -o- LEIGHTON MISBACH spent Saturday and Sunday at Iowa City with their daughter, Mary, a Junior at the university, in observance of Dad's Day. Mary will spend Thanksgiving with her parents here. MR. AND MRS. Fred Lupkes took their daughter, Marlys, to Cedar Falls, where she is a freshman at the college. Marlys had spent a week here recuperating from a virus infection which hospitalized her at Fort Dodge for one week. Marlys will spend Thanksgiving with her parents. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet spent Monday and Tuesday In Des Moines. On the previous week, they spent three days In Lincoln, Nebr., where Mr. Sundet attended, a workshop for Midwest Life Ins. Their son, Bruce, student at Luther College, Decorah, will arrive Wednesday for the Thanksgiving weekend. Guests on the holiday will be the parents of Mr. and Mrs. Sundet, Mrs. Nora Sundet of Spring Grove, Minn., andMrj; Anna Longseth of Ottosen, also, * Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lemke of Atlantic, sister and brother-in- law of Mrs. Sundet. - o - MR. AND MRS. Sylvester Arndorfer and Joe attended the funeral Saturday at LoupClty, Nebr., for Art Erdman, 59, uncle of Mr. Arndorfer. Born and raised, at St. Benedict, Mr. Erdman. died suddenly, enroute to sine hospital Thursday evening. He was the owner of the Gamble store In Loup City. He is survived by his widow. " ,'; -o- •• jjj^L B JK*f£i^ I '• •, f' MR. ,AND' MRS. Russell .Bu-' chanan, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp,' and Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob spent the weekend in Iowa City, where they attended the football game. The parents of Mrs. Kolp, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haas of LaCrosse, Wls., spent from Friday until Monday here with the Kolp children. Auxiliary At Ottosen Plans Xmas Party OTTOSEN - American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night with Mrs. Olvln Haug. Eleven members attended. Mrs. Oliver Kln- seth was a guest. Two hundred cookies were sent to Woodward. The birthday and activity calendar were received and will sell for a dollar. They will have a Christmas party with each member Inviting two guests. The teachers and county officers will also be Invited. Gifts equalling five dollars In value will be given for Santa Glaus day. Mrs, Victor Meyer sang the hymn of the month, "Bless this House". Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wat- nem and family attended the open house of the Bell-Cooper feed mill at Red Oak, Friday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Earle Mrs. Bertha Jacobson returned home Tuesday, following her check-up at Rochester. Wednesday, she celebrated her birthday. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Sam Thorsland and Mrs. Mollie Berge of Bode, Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Mrs. Earl Olson and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann. Evening guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Anliker of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mr., and Mrs. Richard Kinseth attended the R. L. C. A. And Auxiliary meeting at the Jde Slnnwell home at Bode, Tuesday night. Kathy Jacobson, daughter of the Ralph Jacobson's, celebrated her fourteenth birthday, Thursday. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson, Mr. anQ Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons and Mrs. Bertha Jacobson, Sharon and Bonnie Moser and Norene Koehl of Morris, Minn., were Saturday overnight guests at the James Banwarts. One hundred sixteen persons attended the Veterans day supper at the Commercial club, Nov. 11. After the meal they en'•. joyed group singing. Mrs. Rich- •'arcPKlnseth' sang ""My Buddy'V Victor Meyer showed slides of the Market Day sale and their recent trip to California. AOK's Met A boy becomes a man a lot quicker than his parents think, but not nearly as quick as he thinks. The Algona AOK's held their meeting at the home of Susan Jergenson, Nov. 14. Recreation, Barbara Faul stick, talk; Jackie Llmbaugh, Mary McEvoy and Terry Farrell, demonstrations. Guest was Mrs. Jergenson. ORDER NOW! THANKSGIVING FROM ALGONA'S ONLY COMPLETE SERVICE MEAT MARKET ' Tender, Juicy TURKEYS • Home-Dressed GEESE FAT HENS All Types Of HAMS Young Roasting Chickens CAPONS BEEF QUARTERS FOR SALE AT ALL TIMES ALGONA'S BEST GROUND BEEF lit DIAOONAL JOE DOWNEY'S ALGONA MEAT MARKET - MOONA LOCXUt HPO. •- ..ON OUR 25 th OF BUSINESS IN ALGONA, SERVING THE KOSSUTH COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREA, WE PAUSE TO SAY "THANK YOU" FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING YOU, AND TO PAY TRIBUTE TO OUR FINE STAFF OF LONG-TIME AND EXPERIENCED EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE SERVED YOU THROUGH THE YEARS. PHONI 2*3.13)9 WALTER J. BRADLEY Sales Manager (above) (25 years) GARLAND.BRADLEY^ Sales and Service •',£; * •' • -;:4 JOSEPH BRADLEY, JR. Parts Manager HOWARD STILLMAN General Manager (above) (18 years) ROGER KEITH Tire Sales & Service ^ GEORGE BESCH Delivery & Field Service ERNEST E. EGEL Shop Foreman (above) (25 years) LOUIS P. EGEL Skilled Mechanic "HARRY BOEKELMAN Skilled Mechanic FRANK MITTLIEDER Skilled Mechanic ARTHUR ODGAARD Accountant (above) (18 years) MRS. MARJORIE FERDEN Bookkeeper MIKE REILLY Parts Man THE PLACE TO GO - FOR THE NAMES YOU KNOW ... AND FROM THE PEOPLE YOU KNOW! Massey-Ferguson Inc TRUCKS Joe Bradley Equipment ALGONA JOE BRADLEY, Owner So. Thorington

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