The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 15
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8-Alflono (lo.) Upper Pet Metnei March 3t, 1966 97 Hour Ordeal For Lone Rock After Storm LONE ROCK - After 97 hours without electricity, water, or telephone service our community has become aware of how handicapped we are. People had to get together In homes where there was heat and a place to cook. Telephone service Is still out but will be restored as soon as possible. - o Mrs. Maude Blanchard spent, from Friday till Sunday at the Chet Alme home, Ottosen, to get away from the cold house after the electricity went off. Many from here attended the wedding Sunday, March 27 of Georgia Marlow to John Bollinger at Burt at the Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg entertained their two daughter sand families at a Sunday dinner in honor of their birthdays, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergensen and Barbara, Algona. The Legion Ram party will be held Saturday evening at the Legion hall April 2. Coffee and sandwiches will be Irvington 4*H Met March 19 The regular meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H club was held at St. Benedict Hall on March 19. The meeting was called to order by president Carol Stebbins at 2:00. Roll call was answered by 11 members; 3 visitors were present. Minutes of the previous meeting were not read. The treasurer's report was given. New business - balance on hand is $25.79. Old business - discussion of 4-H Day and planning for it. Demonstrations were given by Frances Jenkinson on "Let's Practice Posture," and Kathy Bernhald on "How to straighten material." REASONABLE PRICES, good lervlce, and quality printing are trademarks of The Upper Dei Molnei Pub. Co. la Algoni. CLUB WEEK We Welcome The Union-Alethean Girls On 4-H Day This Saturday Uadtr — Mn. Robert Doddi President • Linda Dodds V.-P. • Connie Molacek - VISIT THEIR DISPLAY AT OUR STORE NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER 310 E. Statt Algona 295-3818 '4" L if you are 5 or under .. . CLASSIC 1 DIMENSIONS 'Round the fashion circle . . . smart on any "special scene!" Jeanie Petite's classic sheath invites accessories . . adds the jacket for a charming costume look! Magnificent colors in a luxurious blend of rayon and silk. Petite sizes, Cnriscnill es Barbara Strachan Lewis Giesking To Wei August Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Strachan of Humboldt announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Kay, to Lewis G. Giesking, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Giesking of Woden. A late August wedding is planned. Both are attending Iowa State University in Ames where Miss Strachan is a junior in home economics education and Mr. Giesking is a junior in civil engineering. Infant's Rites Held Saturday FENTON - A stillborn baby was delivered by a registered nurse in a Fenton home when the mother was unable to get to a hospital during last week's blizzard. Mrs. Arthur Barber of Estherville, her husband and two children were visiting Mrs. Barber's mother, Mrs. Mary Denton in Fenton when the blizzard struck and birth became imminent. Barber tried desperately to get help, but the phones were out, highway 44 was blocked and the Fenton doctor was out of town on vacation. No snow plow could be located Wednesday to take Mrs. Barber to the hospital. Mrs. Clarence Yager, a registered nurse, assisted in the delivery. Thursday, Barber located a snowplow which escorted his wife to St. Ann hospital in Algona where she was reported in good condition. Funeral services for the infant were held Saturday at the Reese Funeral Home in Estherville. The Rev. W. H. Disher officiated with burial in the East Side cemetery. WEEK IN WASHINGTON One-week political interships in Washington, D. C. are offered to selected college students through the Iowa Center for Education in Politics, a bi-partisan center headquartered at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith, Steve and Bob, spent the weekend at a motel in Minneapolis, and were joined by their son, Mike, a student at St. Thomas College, St. Paul. MR. AND MRS. John Slevin were visited Sunday by the latter's sister, Mrs. Eleanor Helmers and daughter, Marjorie Djiuren of Mason City. MRS. PEAL POTTER, Mrs. Ann Hanson and Mrs. Fern Foster spent Monday at Mason City with friends. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Winkel, Steve, Scott and Greg spent the weekend at Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. G. W, Naylor have their son, Gary, of Simpson College, Indianola, with them during his spring break. Judy was here from Ames University for the weekend. LAURA KIMMEL, sister of Mrs. James Andreasen, came Sunday from Cedar Falls where she attends the college and was met here by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. KenyonKlmmel of Sheldon, who spent the day here. Laura returned to Sheldon with her parents and will spend her spring break with them. K. D. LONG met his wife at Ft. Dodge Monday. Mrs. Long has been at Joliet, HI. the past three weeks with their daughter, Marcie, a teacher in the school system there. MRS. EARL ARMSTRONG of Livermore was given a pot-luck surprise dinner Sunday by members of her family. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider and grandson Gary Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt and Linda, Vernon Casler and Adrian easier. MRS. GEORGE HARRIS entertained her sewing club Monday evening. MRS. JOHN McGUIRE is entertaining her knit and sew club Wednesday afternoon. THE PINK LADIES Auxiliary of the Good Samaritan Home met last week Tuesday at the new Home. MR. AND MRS. Nick Reding returned Friday from a six week vacation at Phoenix, Ariz, with their sons Bob and Cletus and families. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Walter spent the weekend at Jackson, Minn, with the former's mother,. Mrs. Cassie Walter. WELCOME KOSSUTH 4-H MEMBERS Sharon Judy THE ALGONA AOK CLUB WILL BE GUESTS IN OUR BUILDING THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 2, DURING THE ANNUAL 4-H DAY IN ALGONA. YOU ARE INVITED TO STOP IN AND SEE THEIR DISPLAY. SHARON MENNEKE IS PRESIDENT AND JUDY BERGER VICE PRESIDENT OF THE CLUB. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 220 E. State Algona MR. AND MRS. Galen DeValols were recently visited by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lyon of Cedar Palis. MR. AND MRS. Orville Duncan went to Ames Tuesday where the former will have what is believed to be the filial surgery on his arm which was Injured In an auto accident several weeks ago. ORDINATION OF Rev. Mack Carlson was held Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist church, the rites being performed by Rev. Harvey Steven of Corrall, Minn. Mrs. Steven Is a daughter of the Warren Bowmans. MRS. OLGA JORDAN visited friends in Mason City Monday. DR. AND MRS. Dean Koob left Sunday for Rochester, Minn, where the former will spend a week attending the annual clinical review. The children will be cared for by Mrs. Koob's mother, Mrs. Dave DeCook of Sigourney. MRS. BERTHA DETTMAN accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox, to Tama Saturday to assist iri the move from Dickens where they had been living. WHILE ERNIE Hutchison was hospitalised at Mason City, having suffered a broken leg in an accident, his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hutchison, went from Marshalltown to see hint. Ernie is now at home and making good recovery but It will be a few months before he will be allowed to put any weight on the leg. GRETCHEN, DAUGHTER of Mrs. John Deim, spent from Friday till Sunday with her mother, She is attending school at Minneapolis, taking a course in medical and hospital technician work. MRY. CELIA DEAL was visited by her son Pete and wife of Ft. Dodge. MRS. ART ALLEN, accompanied by Mrs. Clayton Carlson, •former Algonan, attended a musicale at Mason City one day last week. LAURA, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson has returned from Emmons, Minn., where she had been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Christian, and attended games. the basketball MR. AND MRS. "Beanie" Cooper and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson attended the Barber Shoppers Parade Saturday at Mason City. Get With The "Spring" Of Things .. . Shop In Algona And Save! WELCOME Kossufh 4-H Clubs We Are Proud To Have As Our Guests The PRAIRIE FUTURE FARMERS Raymond Johnson, Leader Dean Widen, President Coleen Nledzielskl, Vice President SATURDAY, APRIL 2 jQWA STATE BANK T J J • , •^ •M ^ ESSI T JL EVERY MAN WANTS TO LOOK HIS EASTER BEST . . . CHOOSE YOUR WARDROBE FROM ZENDER'S TOP-QUALITY NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS. Suits Sharkskins of wool or silk & wool in the latest shades of clay olive, blue olive, silver grey, gold brown, blue black, etc. from these name brand manufacturers — J & F, Hyde Park, Middishade, Cricketeer. Hats by CHAMP & STETSON All sizes and colors. 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