The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
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418 O Crowd At Open House MOTHER-SON DINNER The Methodist Mothers and Sons Banquet was held April 28. Serving, supervised by Richard Campney, was done by the men. Mrs. Don Nelson had charge of decorations and Mrs. James Andreasen arranged the program. - o - ATTEND MEETING REV. NEWTON Coughenour and James Everds were in Mason city last Wednesday attending a meeting of the board of directors of the North Iowa Mental Health Center. - o - KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Effie Teeter will be hostess to the Knit and Sew Club May 4. - o- CLUB MET The Plum Creek Womens club met April 27 with Beulah Seeley. Co-hostesses were Violet Benschoter, Florence Kain and Martha Drager, Thirty persons were in attendance. "Farm Beautiflcations" was given by Marjorie Bode, "Household Storage and Arrangement," by Evelyn Mawdsley and -recreation, Norma Paetz. - o - HELD MEETING Women of the Regular Baptist church met April 26 at 8 p. m. Hostesses were Mary Schwabauer and Mrs. Jack Limbaugh. Mrs. Beulah Richardson had charge of the program and Mrs. Charles Joens was chairman of the refreshments committee. GREET PASTOR A reception was given at the Regular Baptist church for Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hawkins April 18. Rev. Donald Brong, camp director at Clear Lake, was guest speaker. A program and pantry shower comprised the evening's entertainment. GIVE COFFEE Mrs. Fern Foster and Mrs. Fred Geigel gave the last of a series of coffees Friday. LOCAL BANKER Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conn, Algona, are attending the 32nd annual convention of the Independent Bankers Association of America in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 3, 4 and 5. Mr. Conn is president of the Security State Bank. Bankers, their wives and guests will visit Hoover Dam and Lake Mead National recreation area and will dine at a theatre casino. More than 1,500 persons are registered in advance for the convention. The Independent Bankers Association of America has more than 6,400 member banks in 40 states. Ralph L. Zaun, a banker from Grafton, Wise., is president this year. At Conference Four members of the Future Farmers of America of the high school attended the leadership conference of FFA at Cedar Rapids Friday and Saturday. They are Matt Clark, Merlyn Metzger, Tom Kain and Roger Meyer. They were accompanied by their advisor, Goorge Sefrit, vocational agriculture instructor. Juit In Tim* For Mother's Day... Comparable Value, 9801 S-T-R-E-T- Cantrece Q Pr *? V box Im $ box Special Purchasel DuPont's exciting new fiber that puts the clinging fit of stretch Into a stocking as iheer as any you've ever Worn. Exacting fit, true run* resistance I A great buy I Sizes 8%/9, 9^/10, lOVi/11. Too rushed to chat? You need a Kitchen Helperphone You get more done when you have a handy, helpful Trimline* extension phone in your kitchen. So pretty-practical, tpo. The lighted dial gomes to you! TO ORDER, call the telephone business office or ask your telephone man. Northwestern Bell Set Workshop On Strokes Hero May 5 A one-day stroke workshop will be held May 5 at the Good Samaritan Center. It is one of a series being sponsored statewide by the Iowa Heart Association. Co-ope rating with the North Central Division are the District 16 Nurses' Association, the Rehabilitation Unit of University hospitals, Iowa City, and the Iowa Department of Health. The workshop is designed to help those charged with the day-today care of immobilized patients. Hospital and nursing home personnel and others concerned with thurtday, Moy 5, 1966 Algano (la.) Upptr 0M Moln«-l care of immobilized patients from the 8-county area, Emmet, Hancock, Humboldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto,, Pocahontas, Winnebago and Wright counties, are expected to attend the Algona meeting. Medical chairman of the program will be Dr. Dale Harding, Eagle Grove. Members of the planning committee include Mrs. 0. L. Nasby, administrator of the Good Samaritan Center; Mrs. Richard Campney, Burt, chairman North Central Division Nurses' committee, from this area. The oldest of the 31 bridges crossing the Seine in Paris Is called "Pont Neuf," or New Bridge. Get* Award Roger R. Johnson, Algona high school, has been nominated tot the annual Achievement Award* Program, sponsored by the National Council of teachers of English (NCTE). The program is part of a comprehensive pro* gram undertaken by the Council in cooperation with American high schools to encourage Improvement in English language and literature at all grade levels. GOLDEN JUBILEE Harvey N. Kluckholn of Le Mars, a former Garner resident, is celebrating his "golden anniversary" In education. Thirty years of this time has been in the LeMars public school system. Crowds at the open house, held in the new Blue Star home of Mr. and Mrs. Don tietz here Saturday and Sunday, far exceeded expectations, with total count estimated in the vicinity of 3,000. The photos above were snapped Saturday afternoon. On the left, a group of ladies are shown as they take a look at the kitchen in the new home, while at the right, Mr. Tietz, left, chats with Ray McWhorter, Burt, in the family room of the home. Besides Mr. Tietz, the general contractor, representatives of seven associate contracting firms were also present to greet visitors. A special showing was also featured Friday for contractors and invited guests from this area. (UDM Polaroid Flashfotos) W. S. C. S. MAY 5 Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet May 5 for a 1:00 luncheon. Chairman and co-chairman are Mrs. Ralph Hauser and Mrs. George Kain. Installation, special memberships and memorial services will be held. - o - U. P. W. MEETING United Presbyterian Women will hold a breakfast May 5 at 9 a. m. The lesson topic will be "Command to Teach," with Mrs. Ted Smith in charge. Circle B will serve. - o - WILL INSTALL Congregation Fellowship will meet May 5 at 1:00. Circle 3 will serve. The program will be dedication of missions and installation of officers. • . BAPTIST WOMEN y Women of the First Baptist church will meet May 5. Hostesses will be Margaret Brayton, Doris Keith and Kattie Hleter. There will be installation' of officers. Miss Moulton Is Secretary, School Group Phyllis Moulton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, was elected district secretary at the district meeting of student councils at Rockford Thursday. She will take office at the start of the school year in September. Her sister, Sue, is the retiring president of the organization. In addition to Phyllis and Sue, others who attended the meeting were Sana Svedman, Connie Darbyshire, Bill Boldridge,' Richard Black and Barb Knudsen. They were accompanied by their advisor, Jim Anderson Fischer Promoted Harold E. Fischer, Swea City, has been promoted to lieutenant colonel in the Air Force. A double ace and former Korean prisoner-of-war, he has been assigned to duty at Sandia Base, N. M. New Officers, LuVerne Music Mothers' Picked LUVERNE - The meeting of the Music Mothers was held last week at the LuVerne Community school with president, Mrs. Orville Hurlburt, presiding. Miss Barbara Sharman, music director, presented a program of music in the band room. Playing were: clarinet quarter, Teresa Pedersen, Diane Pergande, Beverly Nelson and Judy Jergensen; flute trio, Jean Casey, Cindy Erpelding and Beverly Calkins; brass octet, Dennis Marty, Jennifer Wilhelm, Rusty Brainerd, Curtis Barber, Danny Block and Roger Pergande. New officers elected are: president, Mrs. TheesSchnakeh- ' bergj"flrst' vte'e'Weslde'rit.'Mrs: ( C$cll rP^detsen.;,.- second ;; ylce president,-Mrs. Eugene Cjseyj secretary, Mrs. Bill Wickett; and treasurer, Mrs. Allen Blake, Chape rones named to accompany the LuVerne high school band to the band festival at Mason City, June 14, are Mrs. Eugene Casey, Mrs. Leslie Calkins and Mrs. John Pergande. The band uniforms are to be turned in by June 18 for cleaning and storing. The Music Mothers presented Miss Barbara Sharman, bride- elect, with a gift of a milk glass cake plate. Mrs. Hurlburt served refreshments. home. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman, Kris and Mary, were daughters and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson and Eric of Mankato, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. David Trauger of Ames. They celebrated the birthdays of Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Trauger, which were April 21 and 22. Canasta 8 were guests of Mrs. Clara McClellan. Mrs.EHBager was a substitute player. At play, Mrs. Jess Jergensen won high and low was received by Mr. A. A. Schipull. Mrs. Laura Zwiefel's recent guest was her son, Ronald Zwiefel of Elmhurst, m. Ronald is employed at O'Hara Field, Chicago. Mrs. Sam Hanks, Los Angeles, Calif., arrived Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hedrick. Mr. and Mrs. Hanks made the trip to Ft. Dodge in their private plane. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hanks have private pilots licenses. Mr. Hanks will go to Indianapolis, Ind., to assist in the races to be held May 30. Mrs. Alma Madden went to Ringsted and visited her sister, Mrs. Alta Madden over the weekend. Mrs. Dudley Hayden, Algona, mother of Joyce Hayden, Kossuth county nurse, is retiring this spring after teaching school in Ware school in Humboldt for the past several years. 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