The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 2
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4-Alflono (la.) Upper DM M«ln« Ttumday, Nbredr? 10, 1966 PLAY CARDS Mrs. Orrie Knnkle entertained her card dob Wednesday afternoon. The club met Oils Wednesday with Mrs. Elmer RUTH CIRCLE Rtrth Circle of the United Presbyterian Women will meet Feb. 8 at 8:00 with Mr*. Keith Christie. Co-hostess Is Mrs. Arthur Hlx, We'll never invent a substitute for the "Voice with a Smile" This Northwestern Bell electronic switching equipment can handle thousands of telephone calls faster by far than human hands can move or human brains can think. But we always remember that machines alone can't bring you the • friendliness, the helpfulness and courtesy, the human understanding good telephone service demands ... That's why, behind all the remarkable equipment designed to speed your calls, the "Voice with a Smile" is • always there when you-want her. ., ........ * ^ NORTHWESTERN BELL F-D BANQUET The Methodist Father * Daughter banquet will be held Feb. 8 at 6:30. Jim St. John is program chairman and Mrs. L. L, Snyder will show slides taken In Korea and describing the orphanage and the work done there from which they took two adopted daughters. Richard Campney Is dub president. - o - 500 HOSTESS Mrs. Elizabeth Post Is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening. - o BRIDGE CLUB The "Idle Hour" bridge club will meet Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 9, with Mrs. Delia Me Cullough. - o - GARDEN CLUB Algona Garden Club had its first meeting of the new year at Mrs. C. R. McQuiston's with Mrs. Leo McEnroe assisting. Feb. 7. After cookies and coffee, the meeting was called to order by the new president, Mrs. James Hlnton. Fourteen members and two visitors, Mrs. Netha Mathes and Mrs. Donald Trupke, were present. Mrs. J. F. Hoflus became a new member. The program, "Bird Conservation" was presented by Al Buchanan. He showed some very Interesting slides of various kinds of feeders to use for winter birds. Mrs. McQulston spoke on "Mantel Arrangements" and displayed an Interesting arrangement on her own mantel, "its Time To," an article pertaining to spring gardens, was read by Mrs. Hlnton. The March meeting will be at Mrs. Robert Blckert's with Mrs. C. A. Merrlfield assisting. - o CARD HOSTESS Mrs. Mary Clnk was hostess to her card club Tuesday. PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Nick Fisch entertained a few friends at cards Wednesday. HOSPITAL NEWS Feb. 1 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lelnlnger, Bancroft, boy, 6 Ibs., 11 oz.; admitted; Mrs. Melvin Aschman, Mrs. Jess Grubb, Algona, medical; W. C. Taylor, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Mrs* Ruth Koolhaas, Llvermore; William Meyer, WMttemore j Frank Schmidt, West Bend. Feb. 2 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Belsch, Algona, boy, 5 Ibs., 14 1/2 oz.; admitted: Kim Sloniker, Mrs. Neil McCall, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Delmar Reding and baby, Algona. Feb. 3 - Admitted: Mrs. Florence Beardsley, Algona, medical; Mrs. Frances Sarchet, Burt, medical; dismissed; Mrs. Marvin Trlpp and baby, Algona; Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore. Feb. 4 - Dismissed: Mrs. James Reefer and baby; Lloyd Shirely, Mary Kain, Jean Wadsworth, all Algona. Feb. 5 - Dismissed: Mrs. Thelma Aschman, John Pendergast, Nell McCall, Algona; Mrs. Pauline Coady, Bancroft. Feb. 7 - Admitted: Barry Diamond, Karla Kaln, Algona, medical; Vincent Becker, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Grace French, Algona. Feb. 8 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan, girl, 8 Ibs., 3 oz., Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Harold' Thill, Algona, boy, 5 lbs n 6 oz.; admitted; Vincent Becker, Bancroft, medical. BY RUTH SfflERK GUESTS OF Joyce Hayden Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Blonker of Gilmore City. MR. AND MRS. Perry Byam spent last weekend in St. Paul, Minn, where they visited her brother, Ted Telleman, who is ill with a heart condition. MRS. C. D. Schaap spent Sat- ANNOUNCING THE GREATEST TEST-DRIVE OF ALL THE SPECTACULAR . . . Olds "Toronado!" SEE WHAT FBOKT WHEEL WIVE CAD DO FOI YOU PLUS MKOVATIOHS VEAIS AHEAD OF TIME! Of the 35 models in the new 1966 Olds line, the TORONADO, more than any other symbolizes the car that has everything. Radar-like roadability from front-wheel drive provides exceptional stability. It has spacious six-passenger interior, and flat floors. Plus 425 eu. in., 385 h.p. TORONADO Rocket V-8 plus TORON ADO'S own brand of Turbo«Hydra-Matic transmission. SEE IT - DRIVE IT AT DAU'S GARAGE ttfdty wtth the mother of her late hostaad, Dr. c. D. Schaap, Mrs. W. W. Scbultt, in Orange City, to observe the 9fl& birthday of Mrs. ScbulU. GUEST tor the day of Mrs. C. R, Scboby was Marie Kober of Friendship Haven of Ft* Dodge. MR, AND MRS. Ronald Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Joe King spent the weekend in the Twin Cities visiting Colleen Collins. They attended the Ice Capades and the Edyth Bust) Theatre and saw "Spoon River Anthology." On the way home they visited Mr. Collins brother, Dr. Robert Collins and family at Waseca, Minn. MR. AM) MRS. Brian Rike were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Norris at Minneapolis last weekend while attending the Minnesota Turkey Growers Assn. convention. At a luncheon Saturday, Mrs. Rike won a mink collar and Mrs. Norris won an electric blanket. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mrs. Ralph Moe were her sister an husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crutcber and her sister-in-law Mrs. Thomas Davis, all of Bloomington, HI., and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis of Osage. BILL BURN recently called his mother, Mrs. Paul Hum, to let her know be has returned from Okinawa, where he has been stationed for several months. He has joined his family and is again stationed at Atwater, Cal. GUESTS Sunday of Joyce Hayden were her mother, Mrs. Florence Hayden of Havelock, and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Bolie of Ruthven. [PORTLAND] Mr. and Mrs. clarence Christensen were Wednesday dinner guests in the Edmund Larson home. Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Linda Fairbanks spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and baby and Julie Thompson in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser were Saturday guests for luncheon served in the Arnold Danielson home after services of Edward Fitch, other guests were the pallbearers, other friends and relatives. Relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and Beverly of Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch and Joan of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller, Carol Sue, Wayne and Kenneth of Fairfax, Mrs. Leona Weiland, Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix, Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman of WMttemore. Mr. and Mrs. clarence Baum and Mrs. Esther Baum of Blue Earth were Sunday visitors In the E. C. Schwietert home. Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy were Thursday visitors with Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr, and Mrs. Edmund Larson were Sunday evening visitors in the Ronald Ortman home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber, Karla and Lynn, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and family were Sunday evening visitors in the Jay Steven home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister left Wednesday for California where they will visit a sister and family of Mrs. Meister. They plan to be gone about six weeks. Mr. andMrs.RaymondCreigh- ton and Dannie were Monday morning callers at the Jay Steven home. Mr. Crelghton has been doing the chores since Jay had surgery, Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms were Sunday visitors in the Herman Harms home. Mrs. Edmund Larson attended U and I circle meeting Tuesday. Gladys Hawcott was hostess. "Always drive as If the other driver Is crazy and hope doing the same." JOURNALISTS Grinnell was host to teen foreign Journalists resented nine Far Eastern countries for three days last motifh. The journalists made a Unffikl States tour of major cities, wfth Grlnnell being the smallest ot their Itinerary. A. J. Plnder of the Grlnnell Herald-Register was the Grlnnell Itinerary committee chairman. ' Take a LONG LOOK at your INCOME TAX Th« new tax cot changed many things—deduction! as well o$ rotet. BLOCK KNOWS the new rules and regulations. To lave time (and often money), see. BLOCK soon. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATI LIFE GUARANTEED Wt gvorenfti accvraft prtparal'ion of titty lax rtlurn, II w» mok* ony trrort that coil you any ptnally or Inltrtil, will pay th> ptnolly of Inltftit. [America's Larfltst Tax Strvle* With Over 1,000 108 North Moort ALGONA, IOWA Wttk 0* yt — 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PHONI 295.7031 I HO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 125 S. 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