The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1966 · Page 7
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At|gim, (to.) Upper DM Molfw Tuesday, April 86, 196f Lone Rock Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz, above, will be honored Sunday, May 1, at an open house in the church parlors at the Presbyterian church in Lone Rock for their golden wedding from 2 to 5 p. m. There will be a short program at 2:30. They invite their relatives and friends. They request no gifts. Sponsors will be their son, the Roscoe Schultzes, Milwaukee, Wise., and their two granddaughters, the John Schimetzes, Milwaukee, Wise., and Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis. Burt Thespians To Present Drama, May 5 "Thunder On Sycamore Street", a drama in three acts, will be presented in the Burt high school auditorium at8p.m., May 5,1966. The play, which is being produced by the Burt high school thespian group, is a rather tense spectacle about the formation of a mob. It was adapted by Kristen Seagel from the television show by Reginald Rose. It is being produced under special arrangements with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Chicago and the Drama Shop of Mason City. The cast includes Diann Miller, Linda Becker, Janet Becker, Kathleen Patterson, Deborah Kohlhaas, Sandra Ortman, Diane Person, Gloria Heyes, Loreli Lavrenz, Doug Black, Clint Patterson, John Fries, Danny Long, Wayne Lavrenz, Harold Lavrenz, Brad Cranston and Donald Westling. The play is being directed by Richard L. Hopkins. Technical director and stage member is Robert Ortman. Assistant technical director is Jim Redemske. 4t • 4* f* •* Jt mcai curecior is jim tte< County 6.O.P. Caucuses flBe , a| For Set Fer May 2 Evening Precinct caucuses of the Republican party have been officially called for Monday May. 2, at the time specified below, and the location indicated, in Kossuth county. The caucuses will elect precinct committeemen and women, and elect the designated number of delegates to the county convention to be held at the courthouse in Algona on May 20, at 8 p. m. Caucus locations and time are as follows, for May 2: Algona 1st Ward - Algona high school, 7 p. m. Algona 2nd Ward - Jim Schubbe residence, 8. p. m. Algona 3rd Ward - Dr. A. J. Gotten residence, 8:30 p. m. Algona 4th Ward - Kossuth County Courthouse, 8 p. m. Buffalo - Titonka library, 8 p. m. Burt - E. P. Frederickson residence, 8 p. m. Cresco - Johnson House, 8:30 p. m. Eagle - James Rock residence, 9 p. m. East Lone Rock - Bernard Miller residence, 8 p. m. Fenton - Fenton Bank, 8:30 p. m. German - German Valley school, 8:30 p. m. Grant - Grant school, 9 p. m. Greenwood - Mrs. C. C. Inman residence, 8:30 p. m. Harrison - Legion hall, 7:30 p. m. Hebron - Swen Larson residence, 9 p. m. Irvington - Irvington Elevator office, 9 p. m. Lakota - L W. Wortman office, 8 p. m. ' Ledyard - Ledyard Lumber Yard office, 8:30 p. m. Lincoln - Steve Tjaden residence, 8 p. m. Lone Rock - Blanchard Hardware, 8 p. m. LuVerne - Jim Mullins residence, 9 p. m. Plum Creek - Community Center, 9 p. m. Portland - Portland Town Hall, 8 p. m. Prairie - George Guenther residence, 9 p. m. Ramsey - Dora Johnson residence, 8 p. m. Seneca - Claude Johnson residence, 8:30 p. m. Swea - Glen Clark residence, 9 p. m. Union - Karl Kiilsholm residence, 8 p. m. * Wesley - Legion hall, 9 p. m. Whittemore - Legion hall, 8 p. m. Rose Jennings, 98, Held Here Funeral services for Mrs. Rose Bell Jennings, 98, were conducted Saturday at 1 p. m. at the McCullough Funeral Home, Algona. The Rev. Mack Carlson, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated and burial was in Laurel Hill cemetery, Irvington. Mrs. Jennings, a longtime Algona resident, died Tuesday at Wilfair Rest Home, Burt, where she had lived the past five years. The former Rose Bell Seaver, she was born and reared at Manson and there married Theo Jennings in 1892. He died in 1921. Mrs. Jennings is survived by Whittemore 4-H To Host Mothers At Next Session Tuesday, April 12, at 7:45, the meeting of the Whittemore Boys 4-H club was called to order by president Jim Walker. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Ann Loebach, During the meeting the following boys volunteered to be on the recreation committee; Steve Detrick, John Winkel, Rich Elbert. Tom Loebach, and Mike' Mosbach, Also during the meeting it was decided that the championship plaque, which was won by the junior basketball team, will be placed in the Whittemore Elevator. A note to all the mothers of the members - you are all invited to attend our next meeting which will be held in the St. Michael's school hall. Lunch was served by Dogotchs and Fuchsens. Grass Fire Algona firemen hurried to the junction of the North Western Railroad tracks and highway 18 at the northeast edge of the City. Friday at 2:30 p. m, where they battled a grass fire for some time, Quite a large area was charred, but damage limited to vegetation, "God hath given to man a short time here upon earth, and yet upon this short time eternity depends". Farm LOANS 5% y. Interest • Long Term • Low Payments For a loan on land to pay debts, buy land, finance improvements or for other farm and family needs, come in and see us. Prepay ment without penalty. Contact Federal Land Bank Office at Algona (South of Penneys) preferably Monday* and Wednesdays, i. H. HMtchtni, Manager Ham 'seven children, Raymond Jennings and Mrs. Esther Ditsworth, both of Carlsbad, Calif., George Jennings of Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Delia McKee of Algona, Miss Mae Bell Jennings of Albert Lea, Minn,, Mrs. Donald Palmer of Memme and Miss Corless Jennings of Fairmont, Minn. There are 37 grandchildren, also a number of great- grandchildren and great-great- grandchildren. Other survivors are two brothers and one sister, Fred Seaver of Lake Park, Fla., a nationally famous micologistwho is curator-emeritus of the New York City Botannical Gardens; Arthur Seaver of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. W. E. Detrick of Los Angeles, Calif. Fred Seaver was here in January to visit his sister. Lose Opener Clear Lake got past Algona, 159-171, in the season golf opener for the locals there Friday. Phil Taylor shot a 42 to lead the locals, while Don Hagen and Dan Merryman each had 43's 5 Greg Buchanan a 45 and Brad Kraft, 46. The Bulldogs 'traveled to Humboldt Monday and will host Emmetsburg here Wednesday. 2,264 Farms Signed A total of 2,264 farms in Kossuth county out of the county's 2,582 total, have been signed up to participate in the 1966 feed grain program. The signup represents 64,231 acres in the county to be diverted. • PRINTING THAT PULLTand de>fc fosUce to your business, fairly priced. Upper DCS Molaei Mending Pays Many homem.kers do not like to repair clothing, but it pays off in better tppeafaftce and saving* for the entire family. A stitch- In-time tneans fewer clothing replacements and more money for other family needs. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR MOTHER'S DAY with the II1TH5TONES of children... husband ind wife... or grandchildren -,.*.. MLD , *;., "»"• WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA WE ARE READY! TO TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR FERTILIZER NEEDS I With our modem facilities we can handle all your Spring fertilizer needs from bulk blend to ammonia side dress. In our prescription mix starters all material is weighed and completely mixed in' one mixer for a more accurate blend. Talk over your needs now with... Algona Flour & Feed "Ttyter'i Prescription-Mad* Ftftilbtf" Sowrh Phillips ALOONA

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