The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 7, 1966
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

•-Algeria (la.) Upper Dfti Molnet thurtday, April 1, 1966 pmr'HmillMiHnniimntimiiHTwmiM'n"*"'*".....——,... AROUND ALGONA BY RUTB SBIERK BRUCE SUNDET, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barold Sundet and a student at Luther College, visited his parents this weekend. Be returned to the college to participate in the track meet and will return to spend the Easter weekend with his parents. SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele, and a student at State College of Iowa, returned to school Sunday after spending her spring break with her parents. Marianna Steele is expected to arrive from Chicago to spend the Eaiter weekend with her parents. She was unable to come recently as originally planned, because of the blizzard. BAROLD KEMMIS of Sioux Falls, will be the caller at the Promenaders dance at the V. F. W. hall Saturday evening. The event will start at8:30p. m., according to Mr. and Mrs. Lemkee, secretaries. MR. AND MRS. Dale Wegener and family, Swea City, were dinner and supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Fred Wegener. GUESTS OF MRS. Phillip Kohlhaas for Easter dinner will be her daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brand of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Livedalen of Minneapolis. Mrs. Rose Scanlon will also be a dinner guest. MR. AND MRS. Clayton Pittman visited her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Kem at West Union last weekend. Ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wolcott remain in St. Petersburg, Florida, where telephone service was Interrupted by the recent hurricane. ANN BOHANNON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and a student at Algona high school, was nominated as DeMolay Queen and will appear at a regional convention of the sponsoring club Saturday at Ft. Dodge. John Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will of Algona, will also attend the conference. BAPTIZED AT St. Cecelia's was Verna Rezabek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rezabek of Algona. GUESTS OF DR. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson for the Easter weekend will be her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fezner and family of Bralnerd, Minn. MR. AND MRS. G. W. Stillman will spend the Easter weekend with their daughter, Marcia, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones, at LaCrosse, Wise. Their other daughter, Ann and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrlll of Williamsburg, Va., spent their spring vacation in Florida where they visited his mother, Mrs. John Morrill at St. Petersburg. TBREE TROOPS of the Girl Scouts will collect and color approximately 100 dozen eggs for the egg hunt to be held at Call State Park Saturday, according to Mrs. .Paris Miner, Leaders of the troops include Mrs. Keith Christie and Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. John Shaw and Mrs. David Merryman, Kathy Weber and Mrs. James Kolp. Through this community effort, the girls will earn credit toward their community service badge. FARM SALE CALENDAR Alfofit Upper Dei Mrittt APRIL 9 - SATURDAY- LAWRENCE AND WILBUR DOEGE general auction, 1 p. m. 1/2 mile East of Burt, 1 North, 1/4 East. Raymond Spencer and Ronald Peck, Auctioneers, Burt Savings Bank, Clerk. APRIL 12, Tuesday - Mrs. Arne Rovn sale, 9:30 a. m. 1/2 mile east fromRlngsted. Offered are farm machinery, some buildings' and miscellaneous items. Benson & Berkland are auctioneers and Emmett County State Bank of Ringsted is the clerk. APRIL 13, Wednesday, at 1:30 p. m. Owen and Doris Bumphrey auction of house and household goods, tools, etc . at the home located one mile east of Algona on the McGregor St. road. Description of home and household goods in ad elsewhere, this issue. Carrol Fraser, auctioneer ; Security State Bank, clerk. SHIFT TO NEW CONVENIENCE WHAT COULD BE EASIER? Save time and trouble. Eliminate parking problems. Use our Drive-in Service. Whether making deposits or withdrawals, you need not leave your car. See how you can cut valuable minutes from time spent away from your job. SAVE YOURSELF SOME TIME AND TROUBLE - LET US BE OF SERVICE WITH ALGONA'S ONLY DRIVE-IN BANKING SERVICE .... The SECURITY STATE BANK ALGONA With Office In LuVerne, Iowa J Girls Scouts At Burt To Swea City Fete BURT * Fifteen Junior Girl Scouts and 13 Brownie Scouts from Burt with their leaders, Mrs. Russell Patterson and Mrs. James Fries, attended Arts Day activities at Swea City Saturday* Sponsoring and in charge of the activities were the Swea City Girl Scout leaders assisted by several Cadet Scouts. The afternoon's activities began with group singing, after which all girls attending were divided into four groups and all participated in classes. - o - SCOUT GOOD TURN Members of the Burt Cub Scout pack and Boy Scout troops will be participating in the "Good Turn for the Handicapped" clothing drive. April 16, Cub Scouts, under the leadership of Cubmaster Bernie Miller and Den mothers, will distribute Good Turn Day bags to all homes in Burt. These bags should be filled with wearable or repairable clothing and materials, small household appliances, toys, etc., which the handicapped men and women can process for resale. April 23, Boy Scouts, with Scoutmaster Harley Troutman, Jr., in charge, will return to the homes to collect the filled bags for delivery to Goodwill Industries in Sioux City. - o- SCHEDULE CHANGE Due to the recent snow storm and the forced canceling of classes, there has been a slight change in the Easter vacation at the Burt Community school. School will be dismissed as planned at 2:30 p. m, Thursday, and will resume at the regular time Monday, April 11, and not on Tuesday, April 12, as originally planned. - o- WOMANS CLUB Members of the Burt Woman's Club met at the home of Helen Smith Monday night, with Mrs. Lois Scheer assisting hostess. Music by Marcia Soderberg, Connie Shlerbon and Jill Smith was enjoyed by the group, Mrs. 0. H. Graham gave an interesting review on the book "History of American Eating and Cooking" by Helene McCully. Mrs. E. F. Fredrickson and Mrs. J. L. Miller also gave interesting talks on synthetic, foods. Mrs. Leonard Stenzel and Mrs. Ray Dremmel will be hostesses for the April 11 meeting of the club. An Easter meditation will be given by Mrs. Scheer. Easter music will be rendered by Linda Becker and a mixed quartet. - o- A large crowd attended the annual spring concert presented by the vocal and instrumental music departments Friday night. Mrs. Charles Lappe attended a two-day beauty school meeting at Mason City Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher arrived home Friday after spending several weeks with relatives and -friends and just "soaking up the sunshine" in Florida. Mrs. Thecla Christensen entertained members of the Fortnightly Club at her home Friday. The J. L. Millers stayed atthe farm home of their son Clark several days the past week while the latter and his wife were in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr., spent Friday in Mason City. While there Mr. Smith had a check-up at a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, Algona, called on the parents, the Lawrence Doeges, Friday evening. Mrs. Betty Miller, Diane, Donna, Darlene and Dennis spent the weekend at the Richard Burmeister and Richard Johnson homes at Fontanelle. The Burmeister's infant daughter, Robin Rae, was baptized Sunday. Joel Chipman arrived home from Iowa City Saturday where he had been a patient In the hospital for about two months. Joel underwent surgery on his foot and can now get about quite well with jtjst the use of a can*. Joel was critically injured in a 2*ear crash near Blue Earth last July. Sunday guests at the parental Walter Steward home vere Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward, David, Dwight, Neal and Paul, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Estherville. An overnight guest Wednesday at the Fred Hilton home was his brother from Cedar Rapids. Shawn Melanie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Zwiefel, was received into the Burt Methodist church through baptism at the Palm Sunday services. Officiating was Rev. Merlin C. Davies. Received to membership by transfer of letter were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms from the Pocahontas Methodist church and Mrs. Ray Hoppus and Mrs. Cora C^Reefe from the Ledyard Methodist church. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the baptism of her grand* daughter, Shawn Melanie Zwiefel. Guests included Shawn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel and family, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zwiefel and family, Burt, and Patsy Zwiefel, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gifford spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Louis Scott. Patsy Zwiefel, student at Emmetsburg J. C., spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. Laura Lynn Troutman celebrated her eighth birthday and in honor of the occasion her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Barley Troutman, Jr., entertained the 16 classmates after school Friday* Games were played in the gaily decorated basement of the home and a lunch, including a birthday cake and ice cream, was served by Mrs. Tfoutman, assisted by carol Sill and Jolyn Scheer. Sunday dinner guests at the Barley ffoutman, Jrs. in honor of Laura's 8th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Barley Troutman, ST., Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kioostef, Algona, and Dr. and Mrs. Joe Troutman and family, Memme, dmumminnuimiillillllltni ItlfmlmlllMMIHIIMmf Imtum OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Uih«r Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor and Jerry and Mrs. Jennie Beachum of Austin, Minn, spent the week* end with Mrs. Hannah Hellickson at Bardy and with the Howard Hellicksons. Mr. and Mrs. Nick DeFrancisco of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson. Beverly Kampen of Emmets- burg spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen. The three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Bundertmark are all having chicken pot. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Frantzen of Iowa City are parents of a 6 lb., 10 o£. son born March 10. Mrs. Frantzen is the former Linda Opheim of Bode. Mrs. Ardis Opheim of Mason City is the grandmother. Mrs. Selma Opheim of Bode is the great- grandmother The ''Spring' Of Things Shop In Algona And Save I fflSH IONS IV } * * » * , > 4 • «> *, ^?>>Vft!< ' ':&§; ^V,^ % 4c' ' ^ "S^-^> ' -*^^ V^. : . t/'^'' w , v'' V. A *• instant elegance! Buttelene knits of textured Docron* ityled by BUTTE KNIT For instant Easter elegance .... go the Butte wrinkle-free route in a textured knit of Dacron polyester. Shown is just one of our many three-piecers that will give a gay new dimension to your spring wardrobe. SH EAKLEYS ALGONA EMMETSBURG The Most Fabulous Furniture Sale In All - A History Maker Now In Progress STOREWIDE STOCK Now In Progress Jo Settle Mate fatten BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. ALGONA,IOWA

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free