The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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Algona (| a .) Upper D«t Opfen House *rai h«d tor par- efts and friends alt Bryant School oto Tuesday evening. fcaiholic Diii^iifWB of America hgd a reeeptj6fy fctf hew members Wednesday '.evening at the VFW ' Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder are leaving Sunday for Chicago •where they will attend a business convention, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely and Kendra spent . Friday ait Sioux Falls, S, Dakota where they visited Mrs Seelj-'s sister and family. '. '.. i_b - : ' First banns of marriage have been announced at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for James Donahue, Emmetsburg and Elizabeth Zaugg, Algona. .'.' : ' ' — o— Presbyierlari? will have their mother .daughter banquet Wednesday evening; May .3. The program and table committee is Mrs W. J. Finn, Mrs.. James Honken and Mrs. Irving Miller. A mother > daughter banquet w:Ss held Tuesday evening at the Methodist church. The men.' of the church cooked and served the dirincF and Mrs. Max Goldman of Titpnka was speaker. Mr and Mrs Emil Lovstad, Algona, bacarne grandparents for ithie firslt time when a son was born to Mr and Mrs Bill Lovstad, Forest City. The ,baby/ was born April 24 and weighed 7 Ibs. 8 oz. — o — The Map's Club of the Methodist church has Elected new officers for the coming church year. Dean Taylor is new president; fton Mock, vice-president; Milton Norton, secretary; Gene Brandow, treasurer; and Clifford Skogstrom, reporter. Alpha Psi, Zeta Xi and Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have a Founders Day banquet Saturday at 6 p.m. ait Hotel Algona. Mrs. Lament Wellendorf will be toastmistres's at the program and there will be Ritual of Jewels and induction ceremonies into the Exemplar chapter for 13 members. A dance will follow. — o — The first Ladies Day of the season will be held Wednesday at the Algona Country Olub. The Bean Pot golf tournament will luncheon and cards.; The committee is Mrs. Pat Beck, Mrs Harold Erickson, Mrs. James Whittemore, Mrs. Jim Evers, Mrs. Walter Hagen and Mrs. Dale Farnum . — o— An Ilalian marble statue of the Blessed Virgin has been placed at the entrance of St. Cecelia's Academy by the Harry Golden fam- dly, in memory of Mrs. Godden. Dedication ceremonies will be Monday, May 1 at 10:30 a.m. The grada school children will have a part in the program and the public is invited to attend. — o— Jack, son of Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller, was nine years old Saturday and a birthday party was held in honor of the Decision. Ihe gang attended the theatre, then returned to the Waller home for baseball and refreshments. Guests were John Hedlund, Randy Rogert, Robie Claude, Mark Olson, John Pratt and Steve, Waller Gary Gade was unable to attend. — o— A spring dance will be held Tuesday evening, May 2, at the Algona Country Club. Mr and Mrs Murray Moweiis and Mr and Mrs Clifford Skogstrom are cochairmen, and committee members are Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourns, Mr and Mrs H. F. Fristedt, Mr and Mrs M. C. Metcalf, Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor, Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons, Mr and Mrs Cecil Will, Mr and Mrs George Woodward and T. H. Chrischilles. Music will be by the Jules Herman band. The Hiilcresl man's dorm chord? at the State University of Iowa, Iowa Oily, has been selected as one of eight choral groups to take part-in ithe University Sing during Mothers' Day weekend festivities. The .chorus is directed by Davdd Hulchins, a junior, son of Mr ariid Mrs Eugene HuitchimS 'of Mr;' ana Mrs. R. B. Waller. Pam Waller, freshman, daughter if Mr, and Mrs.. R. B. WaMer. There were 18 entries in the com- peitition. y 21 At Meeting, L-Creek Lassies Lotts Creeks Lassies me>t at •the Whittemore . Public School, April 17. Twenty-one members answered roll call with ten guests present Mary MacDohald read the secretary's repont and Arlane Anfliker.,.'presented the treasurer's report.;. Charlotte El- bent and Barbara Drone were appointed to ''the ? Invitation- Com- mi-nee for the Mother's Day Tea ind Diane Dpjgqtch, Maureen Ka- vahaugh, aiid Sandi Potratz to the Enitertaiinmenit, .Committee. A .alk was given'' by Diane Db- gOvCh. Demonstrations Were given by Arlene '. Anliker; Kaithy Bes'ch and Barbara Dronei The birthday song was sung to Mickey O'Brien, Arlene Anliker, and Judy Besvh. Carol Besch and Sherry Ludwig also presented a demonstration,-, Brownie Awards Annual Brownie Fly-up and Court of Awards ceremonies, for local Girl Scouts will be held May 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the high school, auditorium. Parents ,and friends interested in ithe local scout program are invited to attend. Day camp and overnight camping daites were announced by Mrs Dave Smith, chairman of the Girt Scout community committee. Day camp for second and third grade Brownies will be July 31, August 1 and 2. Fifth grade Scouts will over-night August 2 and fourth grade, August 3. CALF ' A two-headed calf was born recently on the Ervie Kelp farm near Emmetsburg. The calf was normal in every other respect. It had two sets of, eyes, two mouths, two noses, but one set, of ears. A male, it died about 48'hours after birth. The strange animal was fed by bottle and could take Noiv you Know! The answe'r lo everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Can you Jell me Ihs circumstances in which insurance will pay for smoke damage caused by a stove or furnace? ANSWER: Most forms of extended coverage insurance siate ihat the damage must come from "sudden, faully and unusual" operation of the heating or cooking device. • if you'll address your own Insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L S. BOHANNON S N. 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