The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1966
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Fohim Business Leaders Valentine Party THE ALGONA HIGH Future Business Leaders of America held their annual Valentine party, Saturday evening, in the high school Annex here, and one of the evening's highlights was announcement of King and Queen for the evening, elected by vote of business men during the preceding week. Left to right, above, are Matt Clark, named King, Larry Scobba and Dave Cowan, his attendants, and Sandi Haag, named Queen, Joy Meyer and Linda Erickson, the Queen's attendants. (Photo by Burt & Belsell) Reactivate I.O.O.F. Club At Wesley WESLEY - After years of inactivity, the I. 0. 0. F. lodge was reorganized Feb. 6 by grand warden Wilfred Ward of Newhall, formerly of Sexton. Ralph yanser was chosen Noble Grand and George Detmering, sec-treas. The group will meet the first Saturday evening each month. - o- Mrs. L. H. Klein entertained Feb. 11 at a birthday party for grandchildren and neighbors whose birthdays come In February and March. Honored guests .were Mrs. Bernard Schrauth, Betty Jo Weiland, Mark and Lynn Klein. Other guests were Mrs. Dave Klein, Mrs. Joe Miller, David, Patty and Judy Weiland, "Wayne, Shari and Mary Klein. The annual meeting of the Farmer's Coop Elevator Co. ,will be held in the Wesley public school''auditorium Feb. 21 jat 8 :00. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease attended the funeral of Nate Mil- ;ler, 86, Clear Lake, Saturday. Mr. Miller was grandfather of Mrs. Loren Lease of Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson attended the Feb. 13 open house for his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Paulson, at their home In Garner. Their children were hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp became parents of a daughter Feb. 7 named Twyla. She has two brothers and a sister. Grandparents are Mrs. Greta Ostercamp and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Klein plan to leave early in March for a vacation trip to California. They will go via train. Mrs. Blanche Wagner received word via phone Feb. 6 that her sister, Mrs. Nina Goslee of Jewett, N.Y. was home from the hospital in CatsklU, N. Y. and was somewhat improved in health. v Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, £onnie and Margart spent the I'eb. 6 weekend with his sister and family, the Robert Haggs, Sioux Falls, S. D. - Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker attended the surprise wedding anniversary party for the Ralph Kramers of St. Joe Feb. 6. The Vic Youngwirths joined a group of relatives at a 49th wedding anniversary party for her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Will Fandel, Wbittemore, Feb. 7. \ Randy ? 5, and Mark, 4, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke Jane Arndorfer Accepted For Brair Cliff Jane Kathryn Arndorfer, St. Benedict, has been accepted for admission at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Iowa, Sister Mary Rita Clare Becker, 0. S. F., director of admissions announced today, ' ' • ; • v ' ' A, senior at Garrlgan'High School,' Algona, Miss Arndorfer is an Honor Roll student. Other awards Include a perfect attendance record, a national Latin award and honors in vocal contests. She also serves as yearbook copy editor. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Arndorfer. had surgery at the Brltt hospital Wednesday. They were brought home Thursday. John Hildman was taken to the Britt hospital Feb. 7 for medical care of bronchitis and pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marlen of Kensett and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paulson of Garner spent last week with a brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hinds of clear Lake were visitors there one day. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith returned Feb. 9 from funeral services for her; father, Peter Render.' ^Enroute home they visited her brother, Tony Render of Paliden, Hi., and were overnight guests of their two daughters, Mrs. Jim Nielson and family of Rochelle, m., and Mrs. Jim Kuchenreuther and family of Marshalltown. Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Mary Jacobsen of Forest City accompanied them to Chicago, Terry and Judy Smith stayed several days last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith while their parents, Mr, and »*re.-31enn Smith and Randy, were In Jowa City. Heart Fund Is Organized For Burt Drive BURT - Heart Fund workers coffee was held Tuesday morning for the purpose of discussing the fund drive and to receive work envelopes. In charge of the meeting were Benlta Mitchell, county chairman and Virglnnla Fries, Burt chairman. Workers for Burt are: Janice Relmers, Donna Zwiefel, Thecla Chrlstensen, Leona Lacy, Lydia Manus, Ethel Dremmel, Eleanore Stenzel, Lillian Fredrickson, Lefie McMullen, Jean Lockwood, Helen Smith, Myrtle Zwiefel, Donna Haase, Lucille Behrends, Phyllis Wiener, Ann Baumgard, Gladys Hawcott, jean Grubb, Diane Bunkofske and Linda Bunkofske. - o- HELP GOODWILL Won't you help the handicapped help themselves? You can by giving your unwanted clothing etc. to Goodwill Industries. The Goodwill truck will be in Burt March 8. Bags are available by calling at the Methodist church or contacting Mrs. Al Hlnckley. Filled bags may be left at the church. - o- DISCUSS TOWN Seventeen Burt business men met Monday. Purpose of the meeting , presided over by Herman-,. Rachut, Jr., was to dis- • eusSfiways of improving Burt's position In retail traffic and general community improvement. Among items of Interest discussed were community-wide sales promotions, band concerts, and the erecting of lighted signs at the west intersection on nign- way 169. The group decided to meet again at different times In the future to discuss current problem* and idea* for community improvement. * o- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller left Monday for an extended stay in the south. They spent Monday afternoon and night with her sister and husband, the Owen Hopkins at Fredrlcksburg. Duane Hlnckley is a patient at Palo Alto County hospital where he is recovering from serious Injuries received in a two-car u-ash at Emmetsburg Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs* G. H. McMullen spent the weekend with their son and family, the Jack McMullens, Northwood. The birthday of Mrs. Lefie McMullen was observed. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr., Kim, Lori and Joe, spent Sunday at the Dr. Joe Troutman home, Klemme. They went to see the new baby daughter of Troutmans. The men are brothers. Mrs. Gladys Hawcott entertained members of the U A I circle at Cunningham's Tea Room Tuesday. Perry Steward, Muscatine, and a friend, Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward. A musical opera will be presented at Mankato State College, Feb. 16, 17, 18, and 19. John Lovstad, Burt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad and a music major at Mankato State, is a member of the cast. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Glddings and family left recently for Texas where they will make their home. Grover had been an employee of the Burt Cooperative Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson spent Tuesday In Des Moines where they attended the Iowa Retail Hardware Association Convention. Mrs. Bill Woltz was at the hardware store during their absence. William Batt, Mrs. Betty Jean Miller and Diane spent Sunday with Mrs. Batt at University hospital, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett arrived home the first of the week from a month's vacation at Lake Worth, Fla. Their son Duane also arrived home from 6 months active training with the army reserve at Ft. Riley, Kansas. Mrs. Irma Doege entertained members of her sewing circle at her home Thursday. Members of the Past Matrons club ; met,at the home of Mary Jean "Andrews Thursday. Ruby Hlnckley was assisting hostess. Mrs. Trella Patterson presided in the absence of the president, Beth Miller. Ten members answered roll call with a tribute to Lincoln or Washington. The purchasing of drapes for the chapter fellowship rooms was 1916 SIMPIEX- CRAttE Remember when Mama's hairpin could mend a car? That was long agol Today, cars are more complicated. It takes modern skill and tools, such as we have, to service them. ALGONA AUTO REPAIR JUST EAST OF HIGH SCHOOL ANNEX 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 295-5504 discussed and left to committed Maybelline Lovstad and Mary Jean Andrews to purchase necessary material. Erma Pratt was in charge of the program. Attending were Lefle MeMuilln, Mary jane Dugan, Trella Patterson, Erma Pratt, Ethel Drimmel, Lulu Hawcott, Gladys Hawcott, Lillian Fredrickson, Mary Jean Andrews and Ruby Hlnckley. Mrs. Dale Strutters, Algona, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hansen, David, Bruce, June and Cheryl spent the weekend at Roland and Ames. At Roland they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Dale struthers, Algona, were Friday guests at the Dean Andrews home. Burt Band Mothers will meet in the school band room Thursday evening, Feb. 17. Patt Kohl- baas and Grace Ackerman will be In charge of entertainment. Hostesses will be Eleanore Stenzel, Darlene Herrick, Mildred Mescher, Lavlna Hansen and Betty Jean Miller. Lori Manus observed her 5th birthday Thursday and in honor of the occasion, her mother, Mrs. Larry Manus, entertained the following children: Matthew, Mandy, and Kerry Calbreath, June and Cheryl Hansen, Randy Grubb, Danny and Kurt Manns. Ladles present were Mrs. Beulah Dundas, Mrs. Jake Glfford, Mrs. Geo. Manus, Mrs. Bruce Calbreath, Martha Gifford and Ivadell Rlggort. Sunday guests of Mrs. Lorena Roark were Mrs. Esther Cook and Mrs. Corrlne Bmmmer and Renee, all of Mason city. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Manus entertained at dinner Wednesday evening in honor of the 5th birthday of their daughter, Lori, Guests were Lori's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwlg, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. George Manus. Weekend house guests at the Don Mitchell home were Judy and Jane Mitchell and Norlyn Boyd, all of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell and Rhonda and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mitchell, Des Moines. All came to help their father observe his birthday. Carlson Named As Fund Raiser Oliver Carlson, Algona, has been named co-finance chairman Thursday, February If, 1966 Alg6«*, (l«.) Upptf Dtt M6tott«f for the Sixth District Republicans, officials in Des Moines said Monday. The announcement, made by Republican state Finance Chairman 6. A. Hayes, and silth District Chairman Fred Benson, Sheldon, KLGA FOLLOWS DISTRICT TOURNAMENT WRESTLING ACTION Direct Reports From The Arena About Algona High Wrestlers Saturday Afternoon, February 19 on L G A ALGONA ANOTHER SATISFIED INTERNATIONAL TRUCK BUYER! PUBLIC SERVICE CO NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. of Algona, to Increase it, speed of service in delivery of propane gas In Kossuth county, recently acquired the new INTERNATIONAL truck pictured above, giving it a fleet of nine trucks now in operation. ALGONA 'IJ!?™™!!?* 2l th<> n ' nft ', andr in ^ above picture the key. to the truck are being turned over by ALGONA IMPLEMENT, Algona dealer for all International equipment, truck, and farm implements alike. n««L lnlBrn J t |? na ' •**»•'» mtehonlc. Deb Hall of Algona Implement, Jim Hinton, the ne* Tuck? 9 ' mana9er ° f N ° rth Central Publlc S * rvlc * in Alaona « and Joe Funk, who will drive '»• "«"• - . -7,000 «?„.. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. will be glad to go over the complete line of truck, available with vou there I. an INTERNATIONAL TRUCK to fit your own specific fob. avai.aoie, with you ... ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. 1417 Commerical St. YOUR IHC DEALER Phone 295-3501 Algona HBPBBi^^^ iff ^^HHi^^

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