The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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Band Mothers, Burl, Study New Uniforms Qet. 27. The spWtUdl life tm< mittee, Beth Miller, tfuby ttlnck- ley and FloreBee- Spffif t will have u evening; Ken Ha * cott| entwined th group \yith a clarinet solo ^"P voted to Purchase used cornet for use in th g ^ nd: The ' subject c uniforms was discuss* to some length, but tabled fo time being,, vi : • ^he "Band }j Mothers: reques tnat all summer uniforms b turned in at ,the band room soon so members ,,?6f . the executiv board can cHc'ck them and store them until next summer. Leola Gardner and Phylli; Wiener were in charge of en tertamment. Hostesses werf Wantalee Hawcott, Norma Schul tz, Grace Ackerman, Dorothy Peterson and Inez Graham. Lions Meeting . " District Lion Governor Wil hdm Doefr was a special gues of the Burt Lions at their ber meeting Monday night. Doerr presented F. C. Soderburg a perfect, attendance pin Soderburg holds the honor of being the only charter membei of the local club of having hac perfect attendance since tht club's origin 10 years ago. Plans for a new combined community events and birthday calendar were , okayed and will be prepared in the near ; future. G. H. McMullen is chairman in charge of the calendar. Committees for the annual Halloween Party were appointed. At, 6:30, a.m. Monday, Oct. 23, , a kick-off breakfast was held .. by club members With members opening 'the,. Boy Scout fund drive immediately following, the breakfast. The high school boys octet, accompanied by Miss Baars, entertained with several vocal numbers. Auxiliary members preparing and serving the 6:30 dinner were Celia Scott, Georgia Holding, Genaveve Spry, Gladys Hawcott, Luella McWhorter and Dorothy Becker; . Auxiliary Meets • The VFW Auxiliary met Tuesday. In business action, the group voted $10 to the Iowa Cottage. Christmas fund; $3 to the Holiday Rehabilitation fund and $5 to the Auxiliary Cancer fund A box of Christmas gifts wil be sent to the Veterans hospita Gift table and> members•• are f ask ed to bring or send a gift to the sewing meeting to be held a the home of Ella Sigsbee Nov 7. The November meeting will be a pot luck supper for past members and wives and Auxiliary members and husbands, Civil War Program Today's Heritage — Our United States was the theme of the Monday evening meeting of the Hurt Woman's Club at the home of Heleji Smith. Georgia Holding and Lavina Hanson were assisting hostesses. Civil War songs were sung and Erma Pratt reviewed a book on the Civil War. Of unusual interest to the group were the actual personal letters written by Ruth Clapsaddle's grandfather to members of his family while he served in the Civil War. The next meeting of- the club will be held at the home of Mary Smith Monday, Oct. 30, Burl Bomber? Met The October meeting pf the Burt Bombers was held at th' Ervin Ulses home. Officers installed were: Lynn Bierstedt president, Paul Ulses, vice president, Linda Lockwood, secretary, Cilnt- Patterson, reporter, and David Lynch, photographer. The leader, Wallace Hawcott gave a demonstration. The week of prayer and self denial will be observed with a special service at the Burt Meth- Charge 6f the &¥Vi&6& tW» Wilf be assisted by Xefie McMUileh-, Elsie Lockwood,' Ethel Smith, Mary Jean ArSdrews, Edna Smith and Shirley Lovstad. ' .•Mrs. Elsie' * LbckWood spent from Thursday tintil Sunday night at the hoitfe of her daughter and family, the Arnold Clafks at Akron. She was accompanied back to Burt by her ' bf other. Herbert HtfffmSn, whb had' been at v the home df another sister, Mrs. Lester Bonstettef 'at Arnold* 'Park, . , , . . • Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller 'were Sunday guests at the iClark Mil* ler hom£, -Titonka. -\ .; -- .< Mr. and Mrs. Roy > Vplentine, New London,' Minri., visited -frohi Wednesday until Sunday at the Albert and Jess Valentine homes. The men are brothers, Mr. and Mfs. J.L. Miller at* tended the Institute of Cooperatives in Ames Friday. Mf, 1 - Miller is on the board of director of the Institute. • The members of the UPW riiel at the church Wednesday, after- noop. with- Mrs. Roland Chafee, Mrs. Bert Baldwin, , Mrs. George Patterson arid Mrs. ' Don Patterson as hostesses. Mrs. Charles Scott gave devotions, Mrs. M. E, Polhemus' was presented an honorary membership in Christian education. Naomi Junkermeier made the ; presentation. A '.panel discussion was presented with Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. Delmar A'ng-. us, and.. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley taking part. Mr. and Mrs. -Albert Volentine were ./Sunday guests '/at the Jess Voleritine home. '( .Dinner guests at the Albert' Volentine home on ' Thursday were Mr. and" Mrs. Roy Volen- ine, New London, • Minnj and Mr. and' Mrs. , Jess Volentine, Walter Steward was ' elected fire chief, and Ken Cook,' assist- noon was spent attending the morning sessions of I.S.E.A. in Des Moines. Weekend guests'at the 'dharles Scott home", were Dr. and Mrs Eugene' Lloyd, Dennis and Tommy, Shenandoah. Mrs. Lloyd is the forhier Jjofimi Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Duane spent Sunday with relatives at Wells. Minn., v The Surt Presbyterian Mariners fand their families met. at the church parlors Sunday everiing for a pot luck supper, followed by a backward Halloween party. Entertainment r fori the evening under the direction of Duane arid Marjorie Mawdsley and Frank group singing led by Evelyn Mawdsley, the making of Hallo- Ween marks'and Jack*b*lftflt$rns. The meeting was closed by flinging the Mariners hymn. Skipper Evelyn Mawdsley*. closed -with prayer. •;, ,' Mrs'. Nofa Garner' and Mrs. Walter Steward Spent Saturday in Fort'-Dodge where 1 they at- terided a m'eeting «iid school for hot', lunch Cooks'.", , ,', „••'.*&••. * r^-—_.f.' ---.' '• < & * Christy Mafhewsort • hurfeff 1 10 complete games In U^'Worterser- ies starts to top ttifct''department. He won five Onrfuding^-,fpi" shutouts), had an l:Uihnfng tie and lost four.' His Icfsses ,wfer> by and yirginnia Becker,, included scores'tif '3-2,"S-2;, 2-1 and & • •' •' - *-- -• •" ' - . . - -' - i *~i •-' 11 To Exhibit Hobbies Here, OcU/Show The annuai Kossuth County! Family Living Hobby Show will be held Friday, October 27 from 1:00 p.m. until 0:00 p.m. at the' Algona Hotel. The public is in- ; vited to attend and to watch thei demonstration of the various! hobbies. Those exhibiting thelf. hobbles [this year are — Buttons, Mrs. lEva Wille, Algona;' Pencils and {Carving, Earl L. Neal, LuVerne; iTropical Fish and Sewingr Mrs. JW. L. Champion, Algona; Drift- iwood Arrangements, Mrs. H. S. BMontgomery, Algona; Leather JCraft, Mrs. Jerry Hcetland, La- {kota; Plaques, Mrs. Albert H. [Johnson, Corwith; Yarn puppies Band pot holders, Mrs. Everett jWitham, Bancroft; Oil Painting, SMrs. Alice Dole, Irvington; Tote ibags, Mrs. Leo Richter, Titonka- S Crochet Work, Mrs, Anna Weir, jAlgona; artificial flowers, Mrs. (Alma Weir. Besides tnese, the women's or- Iganizations cooperating with the Thursday, October 2«, t<J»6t Algono (la.) Upper Des Mofne«-3 Extension Family Living program will have a display on "Gifts to Make for Christmas." Helping with the Hobby Show Will-be the members of the Family Living Committee — Mrs. Lloyd Thorson, Mrs.- Everett Hanna, Mrs. J. B. Asa. Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Henry Steenhard. Mrs. Robert Boleneus and Mrs. John Blumer. According to Avis Lcttow, county extension home economist, the Hobby Show is designed to present to the public some suggestions for leisure time activities and to show some of the hobbies carried on by Kossuth County people. Swea and Eagle Betty Clark of Grundy Center "• and Maxine Clnl-k of Sioux Falls,.",,; S. D., were at the parental Glen^- Cliirk home for the weekend. '" Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hofbauer nnd children were Saturday evening guests at the Laurel Peter- , son home. MAGIC MARKERS, for labeling boxes, packages, drawing, marking, etc. Varied colors. Uppen Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona. OXYdOL GT. BOX ant fire chief ^ at the October meeting of the Burt Volunteer Tire Department. The Burt Department were hosts to a county ire school at the hall, Thursday evening. Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Ryerson ind Mr. and Mrs. W. J. .Crosby md girls, Citra, Fla. attended Church :and visited at the. Rev. Arthur Campney home, Arnolds "'ark, Sunday. •.,-. ' ;, Burt Boy Scouts , will hold B crap iron drive Saturday, pet. 8. Anyone 'having olc| scrap iror ilease contact Scout Deader,' Cliff Abbas, at 146, or assistant lead- •r Dick St. John at 93. > ;• ,,• . Rev. Arthur Schultz was hon : 'red at a surprise party; in ob- ervance ,qf his birthday anniversary Monday evening by the Sunday School teachers. Mrs. John 'Geesman is a patient at ; Mercy hospitalj 'Fort Dodge, for observation 'a n d treatment. A baby daughter, Gloria Jean, arrived at the hpm° of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Klaas in Marshalltown Oct. 11. The little miss, who weighed in at 8 lb., 11 oz., has a sister, Bonnie Marie. Mrs. Klaas is the former Delores Ackerman of Burt. Mrs. Muriel Ackerman and Linda and, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Lone Rock, spent Friday and 'Saturday at Marshalltown becoming acquainted with the new arrival. Mrs. Ackerman is the grandmother .and Mrs. Krueger the great-grandmother. Mrs. Krueger remained in Marshalltown to assist in the care of Mrs. Klaas and Gloria. Several Burt Presbyterian Women attended the annual Fall Presbyterial held at Dows Thursday. Attending were the Mesdames Harold Becker, Charles Scott, Larry Holding, Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Leonard Stenzel, 3oodwin Be.rgerud, George Becker and Naomi Junkermeier. Mrs. Jay Graham was hostess at a coffee hour to a group of 'riends and neighbors Thursday morning, Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Florence Spear. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet took, their son, Roger, to Rochester Thursday for medical treatment for his ears. Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Bohi spent Friday afternoon with their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Charles WILDERNESS C HER RY P E A C H APPLE RAiSiNl - " , v ' f - ~ 'f LEMON PIE MIX 4 NO. 2 CANS HERSHEY odist church at 2:15 p.m. Friday, Bohi at Indianola. 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JUG MAZOLA MARGARINE LB. PKG, 35 TEXAS 2 CARROTS LB. PKGS. 17 ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 50 LB. BAG $329 FLORIDA WHITE GRAPEFRUIT - POLICY » You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fareway Thgt You <3et The Savings Advantage Of Ail The lowest Price*. You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Fareway. PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 26TH THROUGH NOVEMBER 1ST. HP l^/Mf$<rfc(lHt)^ J& FOOD tl 1ST HI B UTI ON*

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