The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 3
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WELCOME KOSSUTH 4-H MEMBERS The Greenwood Girls will have a display in our store this Saturday, April 2, during 4-H Day, Stop in and visit with Kathy tensing, president, and Diane Bauer, vice president, WELCOME PLUM CREEK ELITE OUR GUESTS DIANE BODE PRESIDENT LINDA GARDNER VICE PRESIDENT MRS. CLIFTON BENSCHOTER - LEADER READ'S FURNITURE & CARPETNG AND WATSON INTERIORS IN OUR NEW LOCATION 210 NO. PHILLIPS A strappy sandal sets the fashion pace Open back, double straps and fashionable round toe combine to make a shoe with a young look to go with young-at-heart styles. FASHION IS A LOOK, NOT A PRICE ALL WIDTHS, QUADS TO C'S ALL LENGTHS ALL STYLES All COIORS Lions At Burl Nominate New Set Officers BURT - Plans for the Senior Recognition Banquet April 18 were completed by Burt Lions at their Monday night meeting. Committee in charge of the program for the banquet are Harley Hanson and Bruce Cranston. 3rd vice president Kenneth Sarchet presided at the meeting in the absence of president Fred Hilton. Members of the nominating committee submitted the following names for offices for 1966-67. "1st Vice president, Darrell Davis; 2nd vice president, Kenneth Sarchet; 3rd vice president, Rev. Bruce Calbreath; secretary - treasurer, Wallace Hawcott; Tall Twister, Bruce Cranston; Lion Tamer, AlHinckley; Directors for 2 years, Fred Davis and Floyd SOI. Nominations from the floor for president were asked for by acting pres. Sarchet. Ray McWhorter nominated Fred Hilton to succeed himself for a second term. J. L. Miller and Ray McWhorter enlightened those present by telling of their recent winter vacation. - o / 87 YEARS YOUNG Mrs. Amelia Pohlhemus, Burt, was pleasantly surprised on her 87th birthday when a dinner, sponsored by her son, Warren of St. Louis, Mo., and prepared and planned by Mrs. Viola Cunningham and Mrs. Vera Ringsdorf was held Saturday at Cunningham's Tea Room. Guests attending were Lulu Ringsdorf, Bertha Elvldge, Lettle Vogel Maybelline Lovstad, Viva Ringsdorf, Vera Ringsdorf, Neva Shipler, Etta Howard, Edith Chip- man, Clara Van Steenberg, Erma Pratt, Irma Doege, Hllma Carlson, Ethel Dremmel, Velma Cook, Myrtle Zwlefel, Phyllis Wiener, Rose McGuire, Mary Baer and Marilyn Johnson. Her sons, Edward and Ernest, called from California to wish her a happy birthday. - o - WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig were honored on their silver wedding anniversary by members of St. John's Ladies Aid and their families at the church fellowship hall Friday evening. The many guests attending were registered by Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham. Guests Included Mrs. Radios mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ramstock and her sister, Mrs. fed Vera, Buffalo Center, Mrs. R. H. Willrett acted as emcee for a program honoring the couple. Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Aid president, presented the Radigs with a cash gift. Mrs. Presthus presided at the coffee service. Mrs. Radig has been church organist for 22 years. - o - MUSIC RATINGS Burt high school students earned six first place honors and three n ratings at the State Music Contest Saturday at Bode. I ratings went to the following students directed by Mrs. Grover and Mrs . Coney: Vocal trio, Janet, Linda and Nancy Becker; mixed duet - Scott Scheer and Norma Harms; baritone horn solo, Janet Becker; piano solo, Kathleen Patterson; vocal solo Vickie Koestler; girls sextet, Paulette Arend, Linda Becker, Patricia Shierbon, Norma Harms, Deborah Stenzel and Linda Meyer. n ratings were given to the following: vocal solo, Norma Harms; girls trip Linda Fairbanks, Jane Barslou and Vickie Koestler; girls sextet, Charlotte Lappe, Sandra Ortman, Charlene Lappe, Nancy Ackerman, Linda Fairbanks and Diane Hoppus. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley assisted as accompaniest. THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARS OF VOUR FEET WE HONOR 4-H CLUB WEEK WELCOME ALGONA DAIRY BOYS 4-H CLUB LEADER FLOYD BODE PRESIDENT BILL CARLSON VICE PRES. KURT KING Visit Their Display Saturday At Our Store ALGONA PLUMBING AND HEATING 2 1 4 E. State Phone 295-5240 WELCOME VALLEY FARMERETTES BARBARA PENNING BUFFALO CENTER PRESIDENT DORIS RICKS TITQNKA VICE PRESIDENT MRS. IRVIN BEENKEN, LEADER DUNN'S SURE SAVE MARKET Members of the Burt U. s. C. S. will meet at the church for a 9:00 Lenten breakfast April 6. Mrs. Emil Nielsen, SpenceiDis- trict Spiritual Life Cultivation Secretary will be guest speaker. Ths will also be the annual Spiritual Bazaar meeting. All members are urged to attend. In charge of the program will be Mary Jane Andrews, Blanche Long, Stella Geesman and Lurena Socierberg. Hostesses will be Beulah Davis, Lorraine Campney, Blanche Long, Karen Davies, Janice Schaeller and Mary Jean Andrews. Kenneth Richter and Jerald Helmers, both students at ISU, Ames, spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richter. JeraJd also visited his parents in Algona. Gerald Hilton and John Lovstad, students at Mankato State, spent the weekend at the parental Fred Hilton and Raymond Lovstad homes. Snow-bound in Le Mars during storm LU VEHNK-The storm of Tuesday and Wednesday, March 22 and'23 caused concern in the home i'f the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindnun. Mrs. Hindman, a teacher in the Lu Verne Community School was at home in Lu- Vern*, but her husband was in Le M.us, visiting his son, Mr. and Mrs, Keith Hindman. Mrs. Keith Hindman, A teacher in the Westfleld school near Le Mars, was unable to reach her home, due to the storm, and took refuge in a farm home. Her family did not know win-re fhurtday, Moreh 31, 1966 Algeria (la.) Uppfif De* Mo!n«-9 she w,is lor in hours, riuf> to lack of telr-phone. The Kfv. and Keith Hindman attempted (o reach her and became stuck in a ditch. They were rvtiimed to Le Mars by snow plow three hours later. Twenty-three pre-school children enrolled in the Lu Verne pi ('-school round-up prior to starting school in the Lu Verne Community School Svsfem next fall. Knrollrd wereiGenrge Altman. Kebeccali Ann Bernhanl, V'lcki Baumgarteti, UKoy Calkins, Bruce Carroll, Diana Carroll, Marilyn Casey, Sharon Casey, Christy Colwell Ann F.lbert, Dlaine Hefty. Michael Hinz, Leonard Hinz, James Jenkinson, Wayne Kaiser. Jeanne Krause, Uilly Kaimis, Steve RediiiR, Zada Shaw Ruger, IMane Stahl, Lori Strand, Kathy Swanson, and Patty Wilhelm. Square Dance State Line Square Dance Festival will be April 2 at 8:30 p. m. at the Lincoln school at the corner of North Park and 12th street, Fairmont, Minn. Free lunch. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS Get With The "Spring" Of Things . . . Shop In Algona And Save ! .. . is just around Leading off the dress parade... Fashions Frilly Sweet-ahd-Simple 'I'lu-ir Iiiiloj> IUH> >li|> lii-forr llir <lay is over . . . In,I il, Py '|l look likr little anjicU ill these l.i-ln-jirrfri t <lrr-.> fruin our rollrrli.ni llial's oxnilouiiin \\ illi Irivli fa>liion» for every ;:irt from lot (o Icrn . SHEAKLEY'S Fashions for Women & Children

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