The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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"'"••""••""•""""'wi«i»fnmiPfiiiMiKniupiiiiHH»ipnninnHni»»»iiin AROUND ALGONA April 14, 1966 Altfone, (lo.) Upper DM MoJn«t-7 BEL CANTO Music Club met yesterday (Wed.) with Mrs. Wade adlivan. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Glen Graham and Mrs. Everett Steven of Sexton. The program "Familiar Favorites of Rodgers and Hammerstein" was presented by Ginny Taylor, fhyllis Burt, Eloise Christie and Beverly Mawdsley. MR. AND MRS. Miles Slonlker and Carol and Kim returned Sunday evening after spending the Blaster weekend in Kenosha, «$i»re they visited relatives and ftlends. i GUEfcTS EASTER of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray were Mr. and &rs. Joseph Marchel and children, Judy and Joe, Brainerd, Minn. Dan Bray returned to classes Monday at St. John's at Collegeville, Minn, after spending ten days with his parents. Their daughter, Patty, arrived last Wednesday from St. Catherine's in St. Paul for a ten-day visit with her parents. Her twin sister, Betty, also a student at St. Catherine's, attended a national convention of Catholic College students at McKee, Kentucky, and was not home for Easter. ! MR. AND MRS. Keith Christie and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm will present the program at the regular meeting of the Mariners Club at the First Presbyterian church this Sunday evening. THE DAUGHTERS OF Mr. and Mrs. William Navoichick visited their parents last week, with both leaving Saturday to return to their homes and husbands. Pat, Mrs. Leonard Funk and son Jeffrey, arrived from LaCross Wednesday and also visited Leonard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk. Karen, Mrs. Brian Linnan and Sheri, arrived Thursday and also visited Brian's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan. MR. AND MRS. James Elbert have named their new baby Joelene Mary. She was born at St. Ann hospital March 30 and joins a sister, Julie, 5, and two brothers, Doug, 4, and Steve, 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Kollasch of Whittemore, Joelene was baptized at St. Cecelia's Easter, with Mr. and Mrs. John Kollasch of Minneapolis, sponsors. They spent the weekend here with the family. SALLY BAY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bay and a student in Spain last summer, presented the program at the general meeting Thursday of the WSCS at the Methodist church. Mrs. Don DAR. Poster Awards \ I Junior American Citizens! ^ MR. FARMER ... HERE'S OUR NEW SERVICE WANTED CAR HOSTESSES Will be at the Drive In Monday, April 18th at 1 P.M. Cappy's A & W Drive - In (28-29) Nelson is president of the organization, and hostesses were Mrs. Perry Collins and Mrs. Lester Johnson. WELCOMED INTO the Methodist church as new members were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Handel and son Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Salisbury, Mrs. Florence Hayden and Mrs. Marilyn Kuester. BAPTIZED AT the Methodist church were Mrs. Shirley Downing and children, Teri June, Michael Troy, and Melody Dlanne; David Victor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hedlund; Michelle Dawn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jaques; Jeffery Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Jorgenson; Jeanne Marl and Donald Ray, children of Mrs. Dale Kent; Daniel Louis, son of Mrs. Marilyn Kuester; Daniel Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Webb; Lisa Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woodwick. MR. AND MRS. Alvin Pedersen were visited over the' Easter weekend by their daughter, Diane, student at Mankato, Minn, business college. The family spent Sunday at Gilmore City where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seversen. ,_ The Finest GRADUATION GIFT Look Them Over While Selection: Are Complete - Lay One Away If You Wish Smith-Corona Sterlings •77.79 Professional, office-size 88-character keyboard • Exclusive PageGage'™' • Full- length tabulator • Quick-Set'™' margin stops • Rugged all-steel construction. Smith-Corona Galaxie Us $ 97.50 The world's fastest manual portable Jeweled main bearing • Optional Changeable Type'™' • Exclusive forward-Glide top deck • Natural-Arc action keys • Smith-Corona Page Gage'™ 1 Smith-Corona Electra*} 10 electric portable. OFFICI DESKS, FILES, FILING SUPPLIES, OFFICE CHAIRS, DESK ACCESSORIES, AND A HOST OF OTHER NEEDED, USEFUL ITEMS UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO, Office Supply Dept. Ill E. CALL ST. ALGONA, IOWA Awards were presented to six fifth and \lxth graders from Lone Rock for recent work in the divisioir 3 Poster Contest during a meeting of the D. A. R. here Tuesday noon. The children are shown above with Mrs. James Lytle, left, vice regent, who presented the prizes, and Mrs. Roy McMahon, right, regent of the local club. The children are, left to right, Jonathan Blanchard, Tom Bergum, Rosemary Fortney, Connie Marlow, Sandra Knoll and Ed Bergum. Jonathan, Connie and Sandra represented the LBJ Club of the fifth grade and ranked first, second and third, while Tom, Rosemary and Ed represented the sixth grade's Eisenhower Club, also ranking in that order. Prizes were awarded for their work in the Junior American Citizen Club Poster Contest and both of the Lone Rock groups are sponsored by the Algona D. A. R. Their leaders are Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs. Art Prlebe, teachers at Lone Rock. Tom Bergum and Miss Fortney also received state awards from Mrs, M. G. Bourne, Algona, State J. A. C. Committee Chairman. The awards followed a luncheon at the Algona Hotel, with Dot Smith, Grace Johnson, Elizabeth Schenck, Gladys Straley and Trella Patterson, hostesses. Mrs. Bourne also gave a report on the recent State Conference held at Des Mcines. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto by Don Smith) MR. AND MRS. Merle Conrad spent Easter at Murray with Mrs. Conrad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stutzman. MR. AND MRS. Darlow Rogert and family spent Easter weekend at Blair, Nebr. with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rogert and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Jensen. EASTER weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Nasby were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Panko, Tyler, Minn., and the son, John Nasby, Jackson, Minn. Other previous guests were Mrs. Nasby's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jake Nyborg, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nyborg Jackson, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Russell Kelley were visited Friday and overnight by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson, Sioux City. Mr. Hanson Is a brother of Mrs. Kelley and the visitors spent sometime at the Good Samaritan Home where the father, Harold Hanson, is a resident. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton had as Palm Sunday dinner guests their son Jack and family and son Jerry and family, Omaha, Nebr., who spent the weekend here. MRS. MILTON Dahl has been visited by her grandson, John Pratt, Pella. She took him to Mason City Sunday where he took a bus to Cedar Falls and joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt. They had come from Pella to attend a college play at Cedar Falls in which their son Bob took.part. MRS. W. L. Baker returned Monday from Chicago where she spent a few days with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hendrlckson and family. MR. AND MRS. Nick Reding spent the Easter weekend at Waterloo with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rakers. The Rakers' daughters Sue and Sally were also there. Sue is a nurse at the hospital at Iowa City and Sally is a student at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. MR. AND MRS. Dean Taylor attended the Iowa Car Dealers convention at Des Moines last week. Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Herbert Zielske, came from Lake Mills to, be with the children. MRS. SARAH Smith, who fell several weeks ago and broke a leg and was taken to Park hospital, Mason City, for the setting, is now at the Americana Rest Home in Mason City and is able to use a walker a little. She hopes to be able to return here before too long and resume her home life as before. Her son Frank and wife go there frequently to see her. MR. AND MRS. Martin Smith had as Easter dinner guests the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Han- son, Osage, and Mrs. Robert Schaffer of Wapello. DR. AND MRS. A. J. Gotten and family returned Sunday from Parma, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, where Mrs. Gotten and the two younger children had spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Orlokowskl. Dr. Gotten and the older children joined her there a few days ago. HAROLD "Si" Roth and Al Helmers left Monday for Denison to try out new work. Until they make a decision, the Roths are maintaining their home here. •ft 1 ' MR. AND' MRS. J. B. Asa were dinner guests Easter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kranz, Mr. and Mrs. Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Asa, Tltonka. DINNER GUESTS Easter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mino were their daughters, Myrna Mino, Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Price and children, Wesley. MR. AND MRS. James Chapman, Mike, Tom and Pat of Eagle Grove spent Easter with Mrs. Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMahon, and also spent sometime at the new Good Samaritan with Mrs. K. D. James, mother of Mrs. McMahon. AMONG STUDENTS spending their Easter vacation with parents here were Mark Beringer and Marvin Elsenbarth, who returned to St. John's U. Wednesday, and Jim Nitchals, who returned to Mankato State Monday. WILLIAM Thompson and Robert Thompson went to St. Paul Sunday to see their brother-in law, Glen Bales, who is hospitalized there. MR. AND MRS. Richard Moe and family and the parental Orville Barbers, Whittemore, attended a family dinner Easter in Ft. Dodge at Mr. and Mrs. Mergen Beisch. DON Hutchison was dismissed from St. Ann hospital last Wednesday. He had surgery and has recovered very well, but is at his law office only part time for awhile, PAMELA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins, spent her Easter holiday with her parents, She is a student at the Iowa State University, Ames. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson had as Easter guests their daughter Sheila and husband, C. R. Tippin and son Bret, Spencer. JOYCE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson, returned to University hospitals, Iowa City, after spending her spring vacation with her parents. LAWRENCE Hutwll went to Earlham to spend the Easter weekend with his wife, who is there assisting in the care of her father, Earl Standing, 97. BULK FERTILIZER DELIVERY TO YOUR FIELD • Smith-Douglas Bean Booster • Smith-Douglas Corn Kicker GALL 295-2741 CARGILL INC. South Phillip* Street ALGONA "A Big LP GAS Tractor That Does A Lot Of Work"... . . . THAT'S WHAT JIM HAAS, WELL-KNOWN YOUNG AREA FARMER GOT WHEN HE PURCHASED A 930 COMFORT KING £ASE FROM REX TAYLOR, ALGONA IMPLEMENT DEALER, WHO IS SHOWN STANDING ALONGSIDE THE NEW RIG AT THE GERALD HAAS FARM. 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