The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1966
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Fred Goetsdi new marshal of Lu Verne LU VERNE-*red W, Goetech is the new night marshall of the Jo™ 0 * Lu Verne. He replaces Delaine Blumer who resigned. Mr. and MrsTeryee A. Wickett had as Friday overnight guests his sister Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rndkln of DesMoines. They were enrought to open their lodge on Women's Lake, Minnesota* Week-end guests in the Jess Jergensen home were some of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jergensen, of Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson, of Des Moines: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith, of Iowa Falls; and Mrs. Irwin Jergensen and children of Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Wickett spent the week end at their cottage on Lake McKeown near Hackensach, Minn. Douglas, Dennis, and Norman Marty, accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman attended Sunday afternoon, and evening Youth Fellowship meeting in the Evangelical United Church in. Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Larry Lee of Algona, were Sunday guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pech- umer and Henry Laerwald went fishing at Pierre, South Dakota the past week. Eldon Hinz son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hinz arrived home April 12 after spending 2-1/2 years stationed in Amberg, Germany, as a mechanic in the Army. He will report for -duty May 1 at a base in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding of Oelwein attended the senior class* play Friday evening. Their son, Tom, is a senior in the 1966 class. Mrs. Lydia Lund has returned from a ten day Easter visit in Davenport with her daughter, Mr. and - Mrs. Walter Rekward and Paul, and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph (Ole) Lund and family. Easter guests of Mrs. Georgia Barton and Alice Ann were Mr. and Mrs. William Bar tons of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Broesder of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barton and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kruse of Lu Verne. -Mr. andMrs.Wil- laim Goetsch were Tuesday supper 'guests of his brother, Carl Goetsch of Algona. They then attended the Boy Scout Court of Honor held out at the Fair Grounds. David Riley, nephew of William Goetsch, received his Eagle Scout Award. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch are his grandpar- 1 ents. They were lunch guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley. Mr. and Mrs. William Greene of Humboldt were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips of Stewardville, Minn., attended the funeral of Arthur Ramus Saturday afternoon. Thye also called on friends and relatives in Lu Verne. Mrs. James Neville, her daughter, Mrs. Diane Childs. and grand daughter, Lisa of Ames, visited Saturday with Mr, and Mrs. A. W. . Dimler, parents of Mrs. Neville. Mr. and Mrs. William Hart* vif of Fort Dodge were Friday guests in the home of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Marty and family. The occasion was the 17th birthday of their grandson Dennis Marty* Canasta 8 members were Monday evening guests of Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Ell Eager was a guest and received high at play. Low went to Mrs. Duane Neal. Mrs. Frank Gronbach entertained her other Canasta Club Thursday evening. At play Mrs. Clara McClellan won high and low was received by Mrs. Fay Harmon. Mrs. Albert Schneider won the chair prize. Mrs. Clara McClellan was host to the 500 Card Club Tuesday afternoon. Guest players were Mrs. Amelia Hanselamn, Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mrs. Faye Lichty. At play high was won by Mrs. Eli Bager and low by Mrs. Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and children of Sanborn, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown of Algona, were Easter guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Elmer Gronbach home in Livermore. The dinner honored the birthday of Elmer Gronbach. Guests were .his brother, Lawrence (Pat) Gronbach of Los Angeles, Calif., and his sisters, Mrs. Freda Steussy of Algona, Mrs. Dora Gronbach and Mrs. Amelia Hoffman of Livermore. Mrs. John Stampka accompanied her daugher Mr. and Mrs. James Gray of Algona to Shenandoah for a week-end visit in the parental Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gray home. Visitors in the Durwood Burtis home over the week end were his brother, Mr, and Mrs. Daryl Burtis, and their mother, Mrs. Rhoda Burtis of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach of Livermore, and brother, , Lawrence Gronbach of Los Angeles, California, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Miss Patti Erpelding was a week guest of Mrs. James Lenz in the Allen Blake home. Patti Is attending a Beauty School in Mason City. The meeting of the Comrade Sunday School Class of the Lu- Verne Evangelical United Brethren Church wad held in the fellowship rooms of the church Thursday evening, with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hefty as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle led the devotional service and gave the lesson study. The entertainment was presented by Miss Luella Blumer. Home Value One of the most economical ways to increase the value of your home is to modernize its bathroom, kitchen or heating system. These areas constitute the "heart of the home." Their condition determines the health, comfort and even safety of your family as well as the house's market price if you should decide to sell. WANTED CAR HOSTESSES Also - Inside Help Needed BOY for inside help auu MMAN in kitchen. PHONE 295-7072 Cappy's A & W Drive-In AbGQN* AJfiona, (la.) Upper Des Melnes Tuesday, May 3, 1966 MR. AND MRS. Ralph Elbert had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Anderson, Omaha, who also visited Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis have returned from a visit at Monett, Mo. with Mrs. Lewis' mother, Mrs. A. B. Montgomery. MRS. BILL Sigsbee is coming Monday from Rochester, Minn, for a visit of a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster. BUI will be at Albert Lea, Minn, assisting in getting a new drug store underway and will join his wife here at the end of her visit. AFTER A recent checkup at University hospital of both Mrs. Ernest Egel and her daughter, Rebecca, they went to Davenport and Muscatine to visit various friends and relatives. MRS. EVELYN McDougall is coming Sunday from Mason City where she is employed as receptionist at Park hospital, and will be in attendance at the Russell Cook golden wedding anniversary celebration May 1. SHOP OUR STORE FOR A LARGE VARIETY OF MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS IN ALL PRICE RANGES G.E. STEAM & DRY IRON •7.87 COMPACT LIGHTWEIGHT 3 SPEED HAMILTON BEACH MIXETTE ALUMINUM LAWN $o qq CHAIRS *••** TEFLON 9" FRY PANS SAVE OVER 40% 99 30 CUP WEST BEND PERCOLATOR '9.97 Reg. to $79.95 LARGE SELECTION RECLINERS AND ROCKERS ALL ONE PRICE 59.95 RUBBERMAID WASTE BASKET Reg. $2.00 G.E. SWIVEL TOP VACUUM CLEANER LANDERS HAIRDRYER '9.97 BIG VALUE SPRING SALE PRICES POSITIVELY END SATURDAY, MAY 7 COAST TO COAST STORES I Tfi* sfore where ypyr dollar will do the most ED WOLF, OWNER USE OUR E-Z PAYWAY PLAN ALGONA i

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