4-Aigona (la.) Upper Do* MatnM Tuesday, February to, Jmes and distances always 1m- •rove. ... •* ,',-' Johnson's parenls are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnsdtt, Algotia, and lis father manages the local air- rort. Hftrry Barton entered St. Ann hospital for medical treatment Thursday. ; Mrs. Margaret Reese entered SI. Ann hospital Thursday for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolf are parents of a seven pound, one ounce son born Feb. 12 at St. Ann hospital. —o— A Bible study on the book of Romans will be held Wednesday evening in the chapel of the Presbyterian church. Dr. Lester Auman of Spirit Lake will be guest speaker Sunday at the morning worship service at the Methodist chursh. Mrs. Lewis Marshall was dismissed from St. Ann hospital Saturday after being a medical patient there since Feb. 11. Mrs. Beecher Lane was hos tess to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Mabel Lee and Mrs. John Button. —O— Mr. and Mrs. Donald McGuire are the parents of twin sons born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. The babies weighed six pounds, three ounces and seven pounds, V& ozs. Presbyterians will have a congregational pot luck dinner Sunday noon after the worship services at which Marabelle Taylor, missionary to Africa, will be guest speaker. —o— About 85 ladies attended the St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary silver tea Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. J. Shey received the chair prize and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien of Whittemore poured. Mrs., Stanley Muckey was dismissed Saturday from St. Ann hospital. Their surviving twin son has been named James Stanley and is doing nicely but remains at the hospital as a boarder. Luther League of First Lutheran church will meet Thursday evening at 5:30 for a business-devotional-recreation session. The serving committee is Mrs. Willis Richman and Mr, and Mrs,..Brady Kovns. • Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, Mrs. Harry Greenberg, Mrs. Carl Morck, Sr. and Mrs. Carl Morck, Jr. entertained at a luncheon Monday noon at the Johnson House. They will also be hostesses at a dinner Tuesday evening. Mclho-Mates Club which was to have met Sunday evening, was postponed until next Sunday at 7 p.m., because of the snow storm. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzeli and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kelley are chairmen [or the meeting. Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Mrs. Wendell French. Mrs. R. K. Richardson, Mrs. Beth Miller and Mrs. Rbbert McCullough will be hostesses: this week at three parties at the Johnson House. There will be a brunch and a dinner Wednesday arid a luncheon Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Hutchison left this week for California where they will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll at San Jose and their son, Tom at Stanford University. Tom has had to miss most of this quarter d school because of a case of whoojh ing cough but is now out of Isoia* lion. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long were given a surprise party recently in honor of their 45th wedding anniversary. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and! Mrs. Pete Plemmel of LuVerne, took them out to dinner and they returned to find six other children and their families and Mrs. Long's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hold- ding gathered for a party. Their children besides Mrs. Plemmel, are, Harold, Howard, Cecil and Ed Long, all of Algona, Mrs. Francis Shierbon, Burt, Mrs. Joseph Ward, Algona, and Mrs. Lilburn Ertling, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Ertling was unable to be present. Ex-AHS.Track Great Moving Fast At Drake According to latest reports from Bob Karnes, track coach at Drake Jniversity at Des Moines, an Algona athlete, Wayne (Reb) Johnson, is turning into one of the top jerformers on the school's one nile relay team. Johnson was a track star and lettered in football and basketball Before graduating from Algona ligh school in 1959. That spring he won the 100 and 220 yard state titles, going through the season unbeaten in either event, and also ran the 440. A year earlier, he toor the title in the 220. Besides his studies at Drake Reb has been concentrating or track since enrolling there in the fall of 1959. He ran on the freshman^team his first year there and competed some for the varsity as a sophomore. This year, however, should see Johnson develop into a real good collegiate track man. In his first appearance for Drake this season, Reb ran a 53-second 440 leg in the mile relay in a triangular meet with Iowa State U. and South Dakota U. About a week later, Johnson ran his leg in :51.1 against Michigan State, almost two seconds under his earlier start. Both runs were indoors, and Coach Karnes figures Johnson will eventually cut his time to 48 seconds outdoors, where track ,FAItM SALE CALENDAR AJfgona tipper Des Moines February 21, Wednesday — Theo Green estate sale, % north and l west of Ledyard* 77 head livestock, machinery, etc. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; State Bank of Ledyard, clerk. Details last week. February 22, Thursday — Dan Foley sale, on farm located % mile south,- 3 west and ^ south of Whittemore. Complete closing out, Charlie Quinn, auctioneer, and Farmers State Bank, clerk. Complete details in UDF last week. February 24, Saturday ' — Walt Rich sale, buildings, large dairy herd, mjlklng equipment and hay and straw at farm, located four miles north and one east of Algona, Leek and Quinn, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. March 5, Monday — Joe Bram ley sale, % mile east, 1 south, I west, Vi south of Cylinder. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. March 6, Tuesday — Hans Baago complete closing-out sale on farm located 2 miles east and Vz south of Fenton. Bensen & Berkland, auctioneers, Lone Rock Sank, clerk. " March 13, Tuesday — William Brass sale, at farm located 1 mile south and Vt mile west of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, Fenton, clerk. Details later. February 22, Thursday — Melvin Kubly dairy sale, postponed from Feb. 19. Details in UDM today/ February 22, Thursday — Arnold J. Nielsen dairy auction, north of Fenton, and % west. Benson & Clark, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Sale details 'r, UDM today. February 23, Friday — Kenneth Steveson, dairy sale 54 head; ( north of Estherville on Hy. 17, 4 east. ClarkV, Clark & Miller, auc tioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings Estherville, clerk. Details today. February 24, Saturday — Henr Kienitz, 3 north of Bricclyn, Minn on blacktop and IV* west. 45 hea livestock, machinery,' etc. Wede & Clark, auctioneers; Blue Earti State Bank, clerk. Sale details ir UDM today. February 26, Monday — Esche Pirsig, 7 miles north of Ledyard Machinery line, other miscellan ecus. Wagner & Wedel, auction eers; First National Bank, El more, clerk. Details in UDM today TAX TIME? An adding ma chine is a necessity. They are also an excellent gift. We have them. Upper Des Moines Pub Co., Algona. Kossu'.h Republican Women are planning to attend a meeting of the Iowa Council nf Republican Women to be hold March 2-3 at tli \ Hotel Kirkv.'ood in Des Moines. Members are asked to contact Ava Simpson for further information. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt arrived home Thursday from a vacation at Sarasotn, Florida. Whit' there they saw Mr. and Mrs. Bil llilion, who are also vacationing there and expect to return to Al guna sometime this week. —o— The Couples Club of the Mi'thn dist church will have a coffee a the home of Mr. ' nd Mrs. Arnol Hill Wednesday evening from ft t 10. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson ar assisting hosts. Admission will b a penny for oath inch of length o guests' feet with the proceeds to go to the African Student fund. —o— Victor Seely, son of Mr. aud Mrs. Kenneth Seely, is spending this week here with his parents. Saturday, he will be graduated from Iowa State University at Ames with a degree in animal husbandry, and will be commissioned a .second lieutenant jn the army at the same time, lie expects to be called to active service within a month. BE OUR GUEST AT AN "OPEN TO THE PUBLIC' FIRST SESSION DALE CARNEGIE COURSE 10 WAYS THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE HELPS MEN AND WOMEN: New Self-Confidence and * Think and Speak On Your Poise. * Speak Effectively. * Sell Yourself and Your Ideas. * Be Your Best With Any Group. * Remember Names. Feet. * Control Fear and Worry. * Be A Better Conversationalist. * Develop Your Hidden Abilities. * Win That Better Job, More Income. 7:27 P.M. FRIDAY, FEB. 23 ALGONA HOTEL For Additional information, please call — BILL NORMAN, ALGONA HOTEL. If he is out, please leave word and he will gladly call you. Presented in N.W. lowo By R. D. HAMNQUIST, Cherokee, Iowa Miss Sfroebe! Of Lakota Is Wed Feb. 11 Lakota — Darlene Stroebel; aughter 6f Mr. and Mrs, Charles roebel, became the bride of aurice Blome, son of Mrs. Vera lorne and the late Harry Blome, eb. 11. The double ring ceremony as performed at 7 p.m. by Rev. LaVerne R. Melnecke. Mrs Kenneth Aukes played the music for Rita'Wefhlga, who sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father wore a gown of Wile and Chantilly lace. The bodice- was lace in basque styling. The Skirt was a full flare of tulle with a half circle of lace ending at the hemline. Her bouffant veil of Eng* lish lace was fastened to a crown of seed pearls. Her bridal bouquet was white outlined carnations with Sink through centers In the shape of a cross. Her only jewelry was pearl seed earrings, a gift from ,the groom. Mrs. Robert Anderson was ma* tron of haaor, Mfs. Jani|s SWft* and Jane Blome were brld&mafds. Robert Anderson served as ;WA man. James Spear and Conley Blome were gro&msmert, Ushers were Paul Koppen and Carl Heyes. Flower girl was Deborah Speah Michael Koppen 'carried 'the rings on a heart-shaped pillow. A reception for 200 guests was held In St. Paul's Lutheran parish hall at 7:30 p.m. At the gtietf. book was Mrs. Paul Koppen. MrS. Virgil Sachs and Mrs. Carl Heyes poured. Mrs. Paul Pugsley aad Mrs. Mary Sachs cut .the cake. Table Waitresses Were Vlckey Thilges, Judy Richardson, fond- 1 Following the . — r couple left tor a two week trip to-eallfoFmV ''The.bride attended Lakota high $t>ifcl antf was a* homtftvtth.her' .detents. The groom attended La- kola '.high school and spent four years in the U.S. Air Pdfcfe, Since his ..release .from the, service, he operated the Standard service station in Lakota and is now employed by Robert Ogrea. "'""•• t Union 4-H Boys Union 4-ft Boys met Monday evening, Fob. 12, at the Civic Center. 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