The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1966
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ALGONfA UPPER DES. .MOINES MARINERS CLUB Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will meet June 19 for a family picnic at 5:30 at the Sate Park. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungate are in charge. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of United Presbyterian Women will meet June 16. Circle A with Mrs. Willis Etherington Circle B with Mrs. Harold Sabin, Circle C with Mrs. Ethel Colwell, Circle D with Mrs. Antone Sorensen. . o - BAPTIST CIRCLES Women of the First Baptist church will meet June 16. Circle I will meet with Mrs. Clyde Priebe and circle 2 with Mrs. Lyle Black. - o - HOST CLUBS Mrs. Harold Lamplight is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. The Idle Hour bridge club is meeting Wednesday with Mrs. Albert Granzow. - o HOLD BREAKFAST Members of the Algona Garden club held a breakfast at the State Park shelter house June 6. Twenty-five women were present. The program given by Mrs. Robert Bickert was a talk on peonies. - o - HONORS NEPHEW Margaret Thompson, formerly of lone, Wash., and now a resident at the new Good Samaritan Home was hostess Sunday to a group honoring her nephew and wife, Lt. and Mrs. James Thompson, who recently returned from Germany where he was in service and is now located in Kentucky. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle, the former a cousin of Miss Thompson. - o SPONSOR BANQUET The V. F. W. Auxiliary will sponsor the Spanish American War Veterans banquet to be held June 16 at 6:30 at V. F. W. Post 2541. This is the 30th anniversary of the event and is in honor of the living Spanish American War veterans. The price is $1.25 and the public is invited. - o HOLD REUNION The class of 1916 held a fiftieth anniversary dinner June II at the Algona Hotel. Open house was held after 8:30 for those who wished to see members of the class. - o HOLD GET - TOGEHTER It is 110 years since Horace Porter Scheack came to Kossuth county and in his honor the grandchildren met May 29 in commemoration . They were Chester Schenck, Galesville, Wis., Edith Schenck De Lozier, Los Angeles, Mrs. Ethel Ward Gardner, Harry Ward, Algona, Alfred Schenck, Algona, Mildred Schenck Harrington, Minneapolis, and Horace P. Schenck, Harlan. HANNA REUNION May 30, a Hanna family reunion was held at the Alfred Schencks. Present were Messrs and Mesdames Walter Hanna, Nora Springs. Everett Hanna, Lone Rock, H. P. Schencks, Harlan, Mrs. Mildred Harrington, Minneapolis, Myrtle Hanna, Sioux City, Frances Anderson, Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter. - o - RECEPTION HELD A family reception was held for Ron Mittag, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson, following his graduation, and present were his sister, Mrs. Harlan Helmersand Cindy of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rube and Bobbie of Klngsbury, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mittag and family, Jefferson, his grandmother, Mrs. Eva Mittag and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken. Ron has gone to Houston to work till fall and will then enter Augustana College at Sioux Falls, S. D. - o - FAMILY REUNION A Hanson family reunion was held at Goldfield recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hanson, cousins of Andrew Hanson, who with his wife and the Charles Tippins, their son in-law and daughter and Brett were present. Sixty persons were in attendance and the basement recreation room was used for the festivity. That evening, the Andrew Hansons and the Charles Tippins went to Webster City to see Mr. and Mrs. Ted De Coursay, parents of Mr. Tippin. - o SON HONORED Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase, was given a reception following his recent high school graduation. Among those present were his sister Ann and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. David Skogstrom, Ames. Many other relatives and friends were in attendance. - o IS GRADUATE Susan, eldest daughter of Mrs. Herbert Lindquist and the late Mr. Lindquist, was graduated from high school Tuesday, June 7 at Mason City. - o PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Ernst Thiel entertained her card club Wednesday. - o IS HOUSEGUEST Eleanor Norton is coming from Vermillion, S. D. Thursday to attend her class reunion and will be houseguest of her brother Milton and his wife. - o - CARD CLUB Mrs. Grace Jackman entertained her card club Wednesday. The previous week the club met with Mrs. Leo McEnroe. - o - DLNNER GUESJS Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mrs. Grace Jackman. Algonan Gets M.S. Degree In Dentistry Algono, (Id.) Upp«r DM Moiim Tuesday, Jut* 14, 1*66 DR. MERGEN Dr. Darrell L. Mergen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Mergen, Algona, was a member of the 1966 record - breaking class of 1,471 candidates for degrees from Marquette University at Milwaukee, Wis. Dr.. Mergen received a master of science degree in dentistry from Marquette's graduate school. An Algona native, Dr. Mergen received his doctor of dental surgery degree from Marquette's dental school in 1964. Prior to that, be received a registered X-ray technician degree from University of Minnesota in 1960, He graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy In AJgona In 1955. Dr. Mergen plans to continue post-graduate study In or- thodonics at New York University. Queen Chosen For Ledyard Hi School Band LEDYARD - Phyllis Wallen- tlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wallentine has been chosen by the Ledyard Community school band members tojep- resent them as their qijeen at the Mason City Band festival June 14. Phyllis is an outstanding student, having just completed her junior year in high school. She is active in instrumental and vocal music, is a cheerleader, and will be the editor of the school paper for the year 1966-6X She is also on the student council and is a member of St. Paul Lutheran church in Lakota where she is active in youth work of the church and sings in the choir. - o ELECTED PROXY Saturday, May 28, Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier of Ledyard was elected to the office of eighth district Legion Auxiliary president. She succeeds Mrs. Louis Miller of Denison. At the Legion's meeting William Goetz of Wesley was elected the eighth district Commander. He and Mrs. Simon- smeier will both be delegates to the National Convention in Washington, D. C, in August. Gus Staonsmeler and Virgil Eibert of Whittemore were also elected delegates to the Legion National convention from the eighth district. Ex-Resident Of LuVerne Dies Funeral services were held Saturday for Paul Louis Robby, 68, of Kanawha, in the LuVerne Zion. Evangelical Lutheran church. The Rev. R, T. Mueller officiated. Brief services were also conducted at the Roft Funeral Home in Lakefleld, Minn., with the Rev. Mr. Mueller officiating. Burial was in the Lakefield, Minn, cemetery. Mr. Robby died last Thursday at the Belmond County hospital. Born in Jackson county, Minn., he received his early education in country and parochial schools of the area. He engaged in farming and farm machinery work and was employed for 22 years in Lakefield and Kanawha. Mr. Robby is survived by a sister and a brother, Mrs. Frieda Pohlman and Arno Robby, both of Lakefield. Files Appeal James A. 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