The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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l-Algene, (lo.) Upp«r Des Moirm Thurtdoy, July 14, AROUND ALGONA ''iRlflp BY RUTH SHERK MR. AND MRS. Richard Nelson and son, Andy, Aurora, Colo., ajrived JuJy 2 to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crawford. Mrs. Nelson is the former Cleooe Crawford. Her husband Joined the family here this week and the young couple are DOW spending the week in Minneapolis where they are visiting relatives and friends. They expect to return to Algona prior to leaving for their home. MR. AND MRS. James Jtelley will arrive this evening (Thurs.) for a visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelley. James is a member of the civil rights section of the United States Department of Justice in Washington, D. C. The couple will visit here for about a week. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster last week from Tuesday until Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and daughters, Pat and Marti, former residents of Alguna and now of Santa Clara, Calif. Dinner guests at the Feaster residence Wednesday evening, in addition to the Clark family, were Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase and children, Don and Sally, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferm Sewick. A SUPRHISE PARTY honored Sally Schattschneider last Tuesday evening on her tenth birthday anniversary. Guests enjoyed a movie at the Algona Theatre, followed by supper at Van's Cafe. Guests Included Peggy Dutton, Debbie Hansen, Marcie Diamond, Lisa Geilenfeld and Laura Laing. Sally Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider. WILLIAM GOETZ of Wesley, 8th district commander of the American Legion, installed new officers of the Algona post. Attending the meeting was Lyle Anderson of Algona, district vice commander. MR. AND MRS. Wes Bartlett returned Thursday everang after spending the previous week at Portland, Ore., where they attended the convention of Kiwanis- Internaiion?!. Mr. Bartlett was re-elected, a trustee of the organization. He was one of six to be chosen for a two;, ear term. MRS. EUGENE HUT CHINS and her sister, Markie Dalziel, of Corona Del Mar, Calif., are spending several days at Lake Okofx/ji. HOSPITAL NEWS July 0 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Degen, Bancroft, boy, 0 Ibs., 7 oz.; admitted; Anthony Buscherfeld, Whittemore, medical ; dismissed: Mrs. Leonard McGuire and baby, Bode; Mrs. Dale Doughan and baby, Algona; Mrs. Elizabeth LeConte, Bancroft. July 0 - Admitted: Mrs. Anna Berte, Bode, medical; Patricia Bode, Algona, medical; Clement Craliari, West Bend, medical; dismissed: Maribel Kain, Mrs. Carol Adams, Algona. July 1 - Admitted: Leo Kollasch, Algona, dental surgery; Kathryn Taute, Lone Rock, medical; Daniel Beens, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Bertha Spear, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Elmer Kelley, Algona; Mrs. David Doocy and baby, Ban- croft ; transferred to University hospitals at Iowa City, Timothy Crowley, Algona. July 8- Dismissed: Mrs. David Bunkofske and baby, Burt; Mrs. Margaret Fox, Bancroft; John Cash, Mrs. Patricia Bode, Algona. July 9 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peterson, Alfona, boy, 8 Ibs., 1 oz.; admitted: Agnes Pearce, Whittemore, medical; Dora Johnson, Lakota, medical; Julie Parrlsh, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Donald Degen, and baby, Bancroft; Mrs. Steve Canaday and baby, Burt; Kathryn Taute, Lone Rock; Florian Hellman, Bancroft. July 10 - Admitted: Virgil Smith, Trecia Parrish, Mrs. Corriae Laing, Mrs. Mary Kain, Alrona, medical; Ronald Hutzell, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Julie Parrish, Daniel Beens, Algona. ' July 11 - Admitted: John Hammer, Algona, medical; Mrs. Katherine Wagner, Ottosen, medical; David Loss, Kevin Loss, Irvington, T 4 A; dismissed: Trecia Parrish, Leo Kollasch, Algona. Ottosen Man's Sister Dies At Renwick OTTOSEN - Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie DeMooy 75, of Renwick were held Monday at the E. U. B. church there. She was a sister of Antone Spelch. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin, Arland Spelch and David of Cedar Rapids and Charles Walston of Gladbrook. - o - Mrs. Ralph Richards returned home Saturday after having had surgery on her foot at Rochester, Minn., Tuesday. Her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. We're stuffing pockets again with earnings from the Greatest thing growing- Passbook-Handy Savings! The dollars to be paid out on June 30th are proof that our savers possess the key to the gratification of any desire that money can buy. By opening your savings account here by July 11th, you can learn that there is no limit to what can be accomplished .through saving. And you will enjoy the plus factor of being paid handsome earnings for your thrift. Whatever your goal, you can reach it sooner through saving here. You will widen your financial horizon with the greatest thing growing-passbook-handy savings. ANTICIPATED EARNING RATE EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 196« Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Aecpuntf Fully Insurtd to $10,000 Save From The 15th ~ Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. Cecil Simmons of Walnut Grwe, Minn., brought her home. Sunday dinner guests at the Howard Hell!ckson home were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hellickson and family of Long Beach, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hellickson and family of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Hannah Hellickson of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hellickson and family of Havelock. They celebrated Mrs. Hannah Hellickson's birthday. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Les Lonning and John of Ft. Dodge. Gerald Hoffman of Lanyon is the new elevator manager here. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman and four children have moved into the elevator house vacated by the Alfred Schultz family. Mr. Schultz is now manager of the Farmers Elevator at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nilges and sons of Hawkeye spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson. Mrs. Nilges attended her GilmoreCity high school class reunion at Hum - boldt Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson visited at the home of her sister, the Robert Whites, Sioux City, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, attended the Iowa Junior Hereford Field Day near Milfoid Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Enockson celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house at their home at Ft. Dodge. Those who attended from here were: Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson of Ankeny spent the weekend at the Eugene Struthers home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ellingson of Dike were Saturday visitors at the Melvin Ellingsons. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stnull and daughter of Des Moineswere Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Arthur Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem were Tuesday supper quests at the Louis Dippel home at Belmond to help the Dippels observe their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. From Wednesday until Friday the Watnems were at Wisconsin Dells and from Friday until Sunday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Galesville Wise. '$ Mrs. Alvin Mclntosh of Webster City and Mrs. Mildred Hanna of Hum boldt were Sunday visitors at the Fred Kampens and at the home of Mrs. Annie Leist. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madsen and two children of Sheffield brought the children here Sunday to stay with their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Chester Alme, for a few days. In the afternoon, the Almes and the children visited Mrs. Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Mrs. Beth Olson of Llvermore was a Sunday visitor at the Donald Usher home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe of LuVerne were Sunday night visitors at the Roy Telfords. St. Joe Lady To Boston For C.D.A. Confab ST. JOE - Mrs. N. J. Weydert leaves Thursday to attend the 31st C.D.A, Convention in Boston, Mass, at the Stattler- Hilton Hotel from July 15 - 23. Mrs. Weydert, St. Joseph's grand regent, is one of 10 delegates elected at the State CDA Convention in April to attend from Iowa. Following the Convention, Mrs. Weydert will visit her sister and brother-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patrick at Jamesport, Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Anna Berte is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, having entered the first of the week. Darrell Becker, son of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Becker, is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, suffering from bronchial trouble. Jean Marie Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, is employed at the Federal Home office in Des Moines starting Monday. She recently returned home from Calif. Emily Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul is employed at the Souvenir Shop at the Grptto in West Bend. Emily will be a senior at Garrigan this fall. Mrs. Tony Becker entertained her 500 clubThursday, with Margaret Reidmiller as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs. Alphons Berte and Mrs. Joe Sinn well. Mrs. Peter Bormann entertains the club at their next social afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Reding and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Dig and family are vactionlng this week at Manhattan Beach, Lake Okoboji. Titonka Post Of Auxiliary Gets State Honors TrrONTCA - The Auxiliary to Wm. H. Kennedy Post 4071 met July 5th in the home of Audrey Boelkes with 18 members pre^sent. Betty Ferguson won the door prize. Loraine Boekelmari received a cash prize from Dept. Convention as second place on her original Poppy Poem. This same poem won first place at the mid-winter 10th Dist. meeting. Two awards of merit also were presented to the unit for rehabilitation work in the past year. The new officers were installed. Lunch was served by Audrey and Lee Miller. A cake which had been decorated to congratulate the president, Ellen Boelkes, as district president and Sr. Vice Viola Spear as District Secretary was served. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore are the parents of a daughter, born July 5th at Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. She weighed 7 Ibs. 12 1/2 oz., and has 2 brothers and one sister. Mrs. John Welhousen is visiting for a time in the home of her son, Lt. and Mrs. Gerald Welhousen of Ft; Sill, Okla., and getting acquainted with their new daughter Carrie Lynn, who was born June 27th. Audrey Boelkes was at Walther League Camp at Okoboji from June 27th to July 2nd, where shs served as junior high girl's counselor for the Reformed churches of the western section of Iowa. * * *, A great drought lasting from 1276 to 1299 A.D. forced the ancestors of the Pueblo Indians to leave their home on the plateaus and cliffs and settle in the river valleys. HONORED Mrs. Bertha McCulloagh, a 64- year member of the Rebekah Lodge, Scranton, was honored last month on the anniversary of her joining the lodge in 1902. An open reception was held after the Lodge saluted her as the "Sister of the Year." TRIP Bob Putnam, Oakland and Jack Linguist, Essex, are two of three drivers taking part in a 1,300 to 1,500 mile tractor trip covering four states. The trip will take five days and they plan to travel to Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa. Am RACE Mrs. Hazel Sigafoose, Monte- zwma, and Mrs. Phyllis Barber, Marion, participated in the Powder Puff Derby this month. They flew a Cessna 206 in the Seattle, Wash, to Clearwater, Fla. transcontinental air race. WALK THROUGH THIS DOOR FOR CHOICE MEATS MEA GROUND HOME CURED STYLE CANADIAN BACON CHUNK OR SLICED ALGONA'S ONLY COMPLETE AAPAT MARKFT JOE DOWNEY'S ALGONA MEAT MARKET 519 DIAGONAL - ALOONA LOCKERS BLDO. - PHONE 295-5359 GREATLY REDUCED! EXCITING SAVINGS EVENT SPRING - SUMMER CLEARANCE Ladies Summer Dresses Greatly Reduced Values to $20.00 Now $13.00 Values to $12- $14 -$16 Now $9.00 Values to $10.00 Now $7.00 Girls & ladies Swimwear Now Greatly Reduced Save '/3 on any price suit Ladies Summer Hats Whites and Pastels Now Price STARTS THURSDAY, 9 A.M. Ladies Shifts Reduced Values to $6 and $9 Now priced $4.50 to $6.75 All Name Brand Sportswear Greatly Reduced 25% or More Blouses — Skirts — Bermudas - Shorts Just 12 Ladies' Spring Coats Left Now Your Choice Just 1/2 Price SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT ! Girls Spring and Summer Dresses Reduced !5/( off Regular Price Values to $8.00 Now Priced $2.25 to $6.00 All Girls Sportswear Tennis Dresses Now Reduced 25% or More Save on Boys Summer Wear Boys Bathing Trunks Toddlers Sun Suits Boys Shorts just to name a few Now reduced at least 25%

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