The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 5
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AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHffiRK ft DUPLICATE bridge play May 2, in first place were Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Barsness; second, itackie Mueller and Helen Lalng; third, Clara Zender and Katherine Gilmore; third, John Kerber and Lennie Paul of Emmetsburg. : WM. F. STEELE, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, is attending the state spring conference in Des Moines Wednesday and today (Thurs.). Mr. Steele is a member of the nominating committee and is also in charge of a panel discussion this afternoon. MR. AND MRS. Mark Stanton will, be in South fiend, Ind., June 3, 4 and 5, There, they will attend the graduation of their son, Jim, from Notre Dame University. He Will receive his bachelor of science degree, and will be graduated with honors in English and history. Jim has received a scholarship to Edinburgh University and will leave June 14 for, Scotland. He is expected to return early in September. Jim has'been accepted by the University of Iowa at Iowa City, where he will enter the school of law next fall. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds last weekend were their, son, Joe, of Topeka, Kans., and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Everds and Suzanne, all of Allison. MRS. MELVIN J. KERN reported that she had received a letter last week from their son, Bill, wounded in Viet Nam. Bill said that surgery was not required, and that he expected to be released from the hospital in another week or so. A sniper's bullet entered the left side of the abdomen, narrowly missing the spine and spleen, and left the body on the right side. He expects to be sent back to his former station as soon as he is able. MEMBERS OF THE East End grocery bowling team participated in the state tournament at Davenport last weekend. The group went Saturday and returned Sunday. Participating were Mrs. Robert Ellefspn, Mrs. Ed Schu- macher#vMrs.?Frahki King,, M£S> LeRoy Ditsworth, Mrs. Doyle Dailey and Donna King. MRS. FRANK MOULTON entertained her bridge club Thursday evening, with two tables in play. Guest and holding high score was Mrs. Cecil Will.- MR. AND MRS. Mitch Taylor took their daughter, Linn, to Iowa City Thursday, where she was admitted to University hospitals for tests and a check-up. MRS. G. W. Stillman returned Friday evening after a visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrill at Williamsburg, Virginia: THE METHODIST church is conducting its annual visitation to every member of the church. Captains are Gordori Schmidt, Verne McClure, Dr. LeRoy Strohman and Dr. Dean Koob. Fred Diekmann is chairman of the commission on stewardship and finance. Canvass of church members will be taking place from May 15 to 29. BILL BARTLETT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett and a student at Morningside College in Sioux City, was tapped for Blue Key Honor Society at the college recently. NEW OFFICERS of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church include Mrs. Glenn Seger, president; Mrs. Fred Erickson, vice president; Leona Smith, secretary; and Mrs. Louis Lynk, treasurer. DR. LEROY STROHMAN attended an all-day meeting of the Iowa Great Lakes Dental Society - at Crescent Beach, Lake Okoboji, Saturday.; . .... DR. AND MRS. D. J. Shey and Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Capesius of Whittemore went to Cedar Rapids last weeK where the men attended a pne-day session of the Eastern Iowa Veterinarian clinic. • LIFE MEMBERSHIP pins were presented to several members of the W. S. C. S. at their regular meeting last Thursday. Receiving pins were Mrs. Lyle Steele, Mrs. L. R..Potter, Mrs. G. R. Cook and Mrs. Edward Hagg. In charge of the memorial service were Mrs. John McGuire and, Mrs. Lawrence Kee: I New%offlfeers wSre^Wstaite Rev. Newton Coughehbur. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Murtagh spent several days in Minneapolis where he attended a meeting of the Minnesota Pharmaceutical Association. MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst were accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Olive Herbst, to Minneapolis, where they attended a Twins baseball game. Ted's mother is an avid fan. They also visited her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Stevenson at Mound, Minn. DR. AND MRS. Harold Erickson visited his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Erickson at Minneapolis and her mother, Mrs. O. J. Anderson at Buffalo, Minn. MRS. A. M. QUINT ARD was hostess Wednesday evening to the P. E. 0. Sisterhood. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Richard Matdsley. Mrs. William Wyatt had charge of the program, which was on lapidary. MR. AND MRS. Frank Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall attended an operetta at the Mason City Junior College last week. Kent Immerfall sang the tenor ' lead in "The Forest Prince", taking the part of a Russian prince, Voslab. MR. AND MRS. James Andreasen entertained their couples bridge club Saturday evening. The group will disband for the summer. MR. AND MRS. Perry Byam and son, Perry, Jr., attended a bon voyage dinner in Austin, Minn. Sunday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Belleman, and her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew P. Adams and daughters, Jean and Marilyn, will leave June 7 for Europe. They will drive to New York, and are taking their car, in which they will tour the continent. They exepct to return about the first of August. NEW OFFICERS of Bel Canto music club include Mrs. Richard Burt, president; Mrs.NatBangs, Jr., vice president; Mrs. John Hayes, recording secretary; Mrs- Don Welp, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Richard Thoreson, treasurer; Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, historian; Mrs. W. B. MacDonald, librarian; and Mrs. Julian Chrischilles, publicity. The club, at its last meeting, gave special recognition to Mrs. m George Sefrit and Mrs. RexTay- -for the past MRS. HAROLD GILMORE was hostess to the Delphian Society at a 10 a. m. brunch Tuesday morning. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Don Smith, Sr., and Mrs. Delia McCullough. Election of officers was held. DR. AND MRS. John Kenefick left Monday for Chicago, where they boarded a jet plane for London. They will tour Europe this summer. During their absence, Mrs. Kenefick's sister, Venca Snodgrass of Chicago, is at the Keneflck residence with their daughter, Ann. MRS. BURTON HARMES en* tertained her bridge club last week, with two tables in play. Guest was Mrs. Don Gant, and holding high score was Mrs. Paul Owens. MR. AND MRS. Sheridan Cook and family spent last weekend at Eagle Lake, Minn., where they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook. MRS. ANITA SNERE wishes to make a correction in the scoring for Round Robin bridge play. Peg Adams and Marabeth Ostwald were in fourth place, both in February and March. In the April play, in first place ,^lor, 'year. I NOTICE! Change in Banking Hours In Cooperation Wilh The Algona Merchants...The Iowa State Bank and The Security State Bank ALGONA, IOWA WILL BE OPEN Friday Nights 7 to 8:30 p.m. IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR HOURS DAIUY I Both Banks Will Be Closed All Day Saturday THIS CHANG! OF HOURS'Will START FRIPAY NIGHT, MAY 27, 1966, I THE SECURITY STATE BANK were Joan Diamond and Anita Snere, with 23,080; second, Sally Gant and Sue Anderson, 22,990; third, Donna Geving and Barb Everist, 20,310; fourth, Peg Adams and Marabeth Ostwald, 20,040. Play will continue this month, after which it will be recessed for the summer months. It is hoped that the number of participants nett fall will increase. The Round Robin ifi sponsored by St. Ann Auxiliary, with monies taken in going for projects for the hospital. BEL CANTO music club will hold its final meeting of the year with a one o'clock luncheon May 25 at the Country Club. Mrs. Glen Graham will preside for the last time and will receive annual reports of officers and committees. After all of the past year's business has been disposed of, new officers will assume their duties and will function during the summer months. Hostesses for the luncheon include Mrs. Kirk Hayes, Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, Mrs. George Sefrlt, Mrs. Ralph Weber and Mrs. Don Welp of Bancroft and Mrs. Everett Steven of Sexton. A MOTHER AND DaughterTea will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday, from 3 to 5 p. m. A program will start at 3 p. m. in the church sanctuary. Mariners of five area churches were guests Sunday evening of the local Mariners at the church. Speakers were Rev. Gene Stratmeyer, Holland, la., and the Rev. Mr. Gasser of Armstrong. Pre- registration for vacation church school will take place Sunday at the church from 9 to 9:30 a. m. and from 10:30 to 10:45 a. m. A staff meeting of teachers was hald Tuesday, at which plans for the sessions were made. School sessions will be June 6 to 10 and 13 to 17 from 9 to 11:30 AHS Golfers Win Second Algona high school's golf team copped second in the 'District Tournament at Pocahontas Saturday - and won the right to compete in the State Meet at Carroll this Saturday. Phil Taylor led the locals with an 86 over the 18-hole tourney course. Greg Buchanan added an 87, Dan Merryman 88 and Brad Kraft 98 as the Bulldogs had a 359 total. Carroll won the District with a 341 count, followed by Algona. thurtday, May 19, 196* Aleono, (la.) U PP «r D«s Mdlnei- S DANCE Friday, May 20 8:00 to 11:30 p.m. V.F.W. 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