The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 2
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2-Afrdno (la.) U PP *f P* Motif* BROADLEAF WEED AND GRASS CONTROL IN SOYBEANS , A pHt j, 1966 Just one pre-emergence application AT PLANTING works for you all season GET YOUR SUPPLY NOW ALGONA FLOUR & FEED Whittemore Elevator — Hobarton Branch DANC Easter Night - Sunday, April 9 8:00 to 11:30 p.m. V.F.W. Hall - Algona featuring the driving beat of The Titrotions Admission 75c per person Adult Chaperones MEET TODAY United Presbyterian Church Women will meet April 7 for a one thirty luncheon. Topic "Easter Meditations" by circle A. Serving by circle B. - o - CHURCH MEETING The Congregational Fellowship members will meet April 7 for a one o'clock luncheon. Circle 2 will serve. - o - CHANGE DATE Women of the First Baptist church are postponing their customary Thursday meeting April 7 to April 14. - o - SUNRISE SERVICE There will be a sunrise service Easter by members of the Regular Baptist church, followed by breakfast in the basement dining room. There will be a guest speaker and special musician from Omaha. - o - REBEKAH MEETING The Rebekah Lodge convention will be held here April 12. Other members participating will be from Britt, Forest City, Garner, Lake Mills, Kanawha and Wesley. State president Laveda Peterson, Humboldt, will be present. The meeting will be held in the Izaac Walton hall, the women will dine at a local cafe and light refreshments will be served later in the hall. _ Q _ EIGHT SPECKS Because of Holy Week, the Eight Specks 500 club has been postponed a week. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll WUlrett entertained the Union Sate card club Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Paetz were guests. H'?h score prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schenck, low score prizes went to Mrs. Helen Leigh and Clarence Metzgef. Mr. Paetz won the travel prize. - o W. S. C. S. W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church meets Thursday for a one o'clock luncheon. Hostess chairman and co-chairman are Mrs. Perry Collins and Mrs. Lester Johnson. Shower Honors Mrs. Ronald Waldera, nee Janice Patterson, was honored at a blue and pink shower April 1 at the home of Mrs. R. G. Waldera. Present were Mrs. Hazel Markovetz, Mrs. Margaret Kent, Janet Braun, Mrs. Stanley Garman, Mrs. Joe Cunningham, Mrs. Bob Peterson, Mrs. Paul Ostwinkle and Sheri Clemson, Algona, Mrs. Vlggo Pedersen and Gloria Canaday Irvington, Mrs. Steve Canaday, Burt, Mrs. Doris Miller and Mrs. Darlow Rogert, Bode, Mrs. John Schade, Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Burt Huntley, Goldfleld, great- grandmother, and grandmothers Mrs. Verle Patterson, Irvington and Mrs. R. G. Waldera. Games were played and refreshments served. Winners were Mrs. Markovetz, Gloria Canaday, Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Cunningham. Pvt. and Mrs. Waldera became parents of a 6 Ib. 14 1/2 oz. son, Robert Lee, March 31 at St. Ann hospital. Ronald is stationed at Okinawa with the U. S. Marine Corps. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper Dei Moines Pub. Co., Algona. NO. 1 SELLER THESE NEW AUTOS AND TRUCKS NOW IN STOCK 1 2 - Caprice 4-dr. Hardtops 2 - Caprice Sport Coupes 1 - Caprice 9-passenger Wagon 5 - Impala 4-doors 2 - Impala Sport Coupes 1 - Impala 4-dr. Hardtop 4 - Bel Air 4-doors 2 - Chevelle Malibu Wagons 1 - Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupp 1 - Chevelle Malibu 4-door 1 - Chevy n 4-door 1 - Chevy II Wagon 1 - Corvair Monza Sport Coupe 1 - 3/4 Ton Pickup 1 - Chevy Van 1 - Step-Van 7 VARIETY OF ENGINES, TRANSMISSIONS AND COLORS. CHEVROLET DOUBLE DIVIDEND DAYS! NO. / TIME TO BUY What a Domble Dividend! Now you ... consistently higher re- trades. Stop in today. Chances you can bu;y an Impala-Amer- sale at trade-in time. And during are good that the model and ica's best-s ellincr car—fnr IP^S Dnnhlo niwiHonH n^\/c \ua>m /M^I/-»> \,nn ...~..-.t :.. :-. ~*~~i, ___i ica's best-selling car—for less than ever be fore. Number 1 popularity mea ns extra value for Double Dividend Pays, we're making the sweetest deals of the year with top allowances for color you want is in stock and can be delivered pronto. GET THE DOUBLE DIVIDEND DEAL AT KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA Association Sets Banquet ALOONA * Edgar M. Mayor, president of Kossuth Education Association, haft named James L. Anderson, Instructor at Algona nigh school, as toastmaster tot the organliatlon's banquet April id at Algona Country Club. «» Featured speaker will be the Ret. G.J.C. Oerike, pastor of trinity Lutheran Church of Algona. The program theme Is "Teaching can be Fun," with light - hearted acts, modern music, and a touch of opera featured during the evening. The banquet will be the first in the association's history, and a capacity crowd Is expected. Some tickets are being sent to Kossuth County schools by ticket chairman, Adolph Knobloch. Pick Cheerleaders For A.H.S. '66-'67 Algona high cheerleaders for next school year were selected after tryouts last Thursday at the school, as follows: Football cheerleaders, Barb Knudsen, Lark Whittemore, Rose Mino, Sue Dodds, Jim Schutter, Tom Taylor and Linda Martin, alternate. Basketball cheerleaders,. Rose Mino, Lark Whittemore, Barb Knudsen, Jean Jorgenson, Sue Dodds, alternate. Wrestling cheerleaders, Phyllis Moulton, Marne Parrott, Sandy Harms, Linda Martin, Sue Samp, alternate. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch PHONE 295*3594 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schram and family of Clear Lake were Sunday dinner guests in Ralph Carlson borne. Mrs. Schram and Mrs. Carlson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were Friday evening visitors in the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson and family of Newton called at the Harold Andreasen home Saturday on their way to Elmore where they visited a sick sister of Mrs. Nelson. Ber- ,r, nard Nelson is a cousin of Mrs. ''.'Andreasen. Mrs. Forbus Stiltz and David and Greg were Sunday dinner guests in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mr. Jim Brown and Shawn Corinne, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Dennis Meister were Sunday dinner guests in the P. W. Marlow home. Mrs. Lucille Seegebarth of Lone Rock, Mrs. Larry Holding and Vaughn of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rusher of Bancroft were Sunday- afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Govern were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. Harms and family went to Algona Sunday where they visited in the Melvin Haag home. Other visitors were Mrs. Emma Haag, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wehrspann and Louis and Mrs. Rosine Wolter. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett were Sunday visitors in the Dwight Ruse. home. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett visited Sunday evening in the William Speicher home in TitonJca. A trustees meeting was held Monday in the W. J. Stewart home. Those attending were Lloyd Bartlett, Donald Ringsdorf, Glen Larsen and W. J. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. George Hix, Mr, and Mrs. Timer Harms and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosser and Randy and Harlan Fitch of Rockwell were Sunday dinner guests in the Arthur Hix home at Sexton. The dinner was in honor of Sharon Marie Hix, who was confirmed that day. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps left Monday for Rockford, HI. to visit their daughter, Ruth and family. On the way, they stopped at Maquoketa where they spent Monday night. They went to Davenport Tuesday and visited the Orville Stows. "Sometimes you have to go out on a limb, that's where the fruit is." 4 At LuVerne Hospitalized Mrs. Emmet Knary of Lu- Verne, has been admitted to the St. Ann Hospital, Algona, for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs Clem Stripling went to Iowa City to bring their baby girl, Jenifer Ann, home. She was a medical patient at the University Hospital for the past month. Mrs. Olga Ruger, 81, LuVerne, was entered in the Hancock Mem- orial Hospital at Britt, for observation and medical treatment. Irwin "Bill" Jergensen of Lo- Verne, was entered in the Mercy Hospital at Ft. Dodge, following a heart attack. Everett Schipull, fanner east of La Verne underwent an emergency appendectomy Saturday morning at the Hancock Memorial County hospital at Britt. Re is repotted In satisfactory condition. Ken Patterson At P.C.A. Session Kenneth Patterson, Swea City, a director of the Production Credit Association at Emmets- bars; , attended a two-day development conference, March 28-29 in Omaha, Nebr. the PC A Patter eon represents serves Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Clay and Palo Alto counties. Got With The "Spring" Of Thing* ... Shop In Algona And Save I WALK THROUGH THIS DOOR FOR CHOICE I MEATS •(•: 'Hit i, i, i, MEA SHORT SHANK, HAMS MORRELL'S PRIDE CANNED HAMS 5 Lb. Can $4.99 3 Lb. 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