The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 7
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l-Algona (lo.) Upptr D«i Molnti Morth SI, 1966 WE SALUTE 4-H CLUB WEEK Welcome Wesley Boys Joe Skew, Leader Francis Hildman President Anthony Muehe Vice President Visit The Wesley Boys' Display This Saturday STEPS TO THE FUTURE... The Security State Bank 1 E. State Algona Phone 295-2487 MR, AND MRS. Ralph Donovan have returned from a few weeks vacation near Houston, Tex., but most of the time was spent at Hot Springs and Branson, Mo. Enroute home they stopped at West Union to see their son Bob and family. Bob has a degree in psychology and will be moving to Humboldt at the end of the school year and will be director of special education in the area. MR. AND MRS. Duane Schnell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kruse at George. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Jasperson had as guests Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ostedahl and Debbie of Buffalo Center. Monday they were visited by their son Wayne of Storm Lake, MRS. RICHARD Sampson, Santa Ana, Calif., visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson. She also spent several days at Whltte- more, having been called there because of the death of her father, Wallace Simpson. On her return home, she accompanied her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Welcome Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club We congratulate the Seneca Progressive Farmers and invite you to visit with them at our store on 4-H day. Brian Johnson, V.-Pres- Lowell Mueller, President JACK'S OK TIRE SERVICE 319 E. State Algona Phone 295-2459 Welcome Riverdale Rustlers I 4-H Girls Club Visit the Riverdale I display on 4-H Day Paula Thllges, President Sue Reding, Vice President, NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. 310 E. State Aigona Phone 295-3634 Let the world know how truly pretty you are ... choose a hat from our bewitching new collection! So many flattering shapes, so many enchanting colors! And priced so you can add sparkle to many costumes. Elite Hat Shop 204 E. State Algonct and Mrs. Gene Simpson, to Colorado Springs, and completed the rest of the trip to California via plane. MR. AND MRS. Jim Geelan spent Sunday at Cascade with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dehner. MR. AND MRS. Vern Evans were at Humboldt Sunday visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Velma Conlon. MRS. LYDIA WETZEL had as guest Sunday her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMahon of Ft. Dodge. A 6:30 BUFFET dinner was held at the home of Mrs. Mary Olson In honor of her birthday and the birthdays of her grandchildren, Marcla and Brent Sampson, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson. Other guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delbler, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Elberts, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson, Miss Dana Larson and Doug Moehle. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely, Whlttemore. AT A RECENT meeting of the Women of the Moose a special ritual, draping of the charter, was held in memory of the late Martha Adams of Algona. Mrs. Adams was a charter member of the Algona chapter. A special cere- money was also conducted by the senior regent, Ardeen Sampson, presenting the chapter with a plaque In recognition of their completion of the pledge to the Moosehaven Health Center at Mooseheart, Illinois. I Burt 1 Members of the Burt Masonic Lodge held a special Friendship night meeting at the Temple on Tuesday night. Members of the Eastern Star prepared and served a 6:30 banquet. Speaker of the evening was LaVerne Clary, Past Grand Steward of Waverly. One Ironic note of the event was that it was cut short because of the snowstorm and last year Friendship night just preceded the March 17 snowstorm. Boy Scout Troop 48 received a blue ribbon on their merit badge display at the Spring Scout Show held Saturday evening at Swea City. Other displays were shown by troops from Algona, Lakota, Ledyard, and Swea City. Cub Scouts packs with displays came from Lakota, Ledyard and Swea City. Attending the Spring show from Burt were Scout Master Harley Troutman, Jr. and Scouts Mark Cranston, Robert Devine, John Chipman, Charles Schrader Jr., and Jeffrey Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giddings and Craig. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent several days the past week with their son and family, the Clark Millers, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood arrived home Friday from a week's trip which took them as far as Oklahoma. They spent several days at Hot Springs, Ark., where they also spent one evening with the Car roll Reynolds family. At Topeka, Kansas, they visited the Don Callenius family. Members of the Friendly Birthday club helped Mrs. Ella Meyer observe her birthday Tuesday. Other guests included Mrs. Ron Jurgens, Brenda and Monica and Mrs. Eugene Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Garwin Thomas, Scranton, were Friday guests at the Lawrence Doege home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanson, Roland. Friday guests at the Ella Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Bierstedt, Lakota, Mr. Ed Mitchell and Mrs. Tom Manley and Lori, Fenton. Lawrence Doege spent from Tuesday to Thursday at Iowa City where he had his periodical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family and Mrs. Arnold Gray, Titonka, were Sunday guests at the Lawrence Doege home. BASS Mike Ketcham, 15 and Bill Hall, 16, caught the record Large Mouth bass in the West City reservoir, Osceola recently, it weighed 9 Ib. 7 01. and was 23 In. long. Gef Ready. .. Gef Sef... Get Sharp! Get with the "Spring" of things by adding style and sharpness to your wardrobe with these pace - setters from the Hub. NEW SPRING SUITS For Easter, for Spring, on a date, visiting friends or relatives ... everywhere you go ... the Hub offers a fresh new stock of clothing for all your spring needs. Stop in and try on one of the new two- button suits in a variety of colors in spring- weight fabrics. It could be the smartest move you've made ... DRESS A CASUAL SHOES Styled by Freeman/ every man's favorite dress shoe. Always tops in quality. A refreshing touch for your new spring wardrobe. $12.95 to $18.95 NEW SPRING SPORT COATS Men and young men will appreciate these newly styled coats for spring. Hop sacs/ tweeds, dacron-blends in sharp blazer or two-button styles will give you a lift for spring. Of course, Master- bilt slacks in co-ordinated colors are always here. $24.95 to $39.95 VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS This Vanopress shirt is permanently pressed the day it is made — and it will never need to be pressed again. Short sleeves, white or colors. $5.00 WEMBLEY TIES "Accent" your new or old with a bright spring tie — all the latest styles for spring on display at ' heHub ' From $1.50 Look at your hat — everyone else does and these new Dobbs hats are taps for Spring. p rom President, David Harner WELCOME SWEA-HARRISON BOYS 4-H CLUB You are invited to visit their display in our store this Saturday, April 2 Leader - Cecil T horeson Vice President, Eugene Person milAMS 122 E. State Algona Phone 295-2524

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