12-Algona, (la.) Upper DM Me!n«t Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966 piimnitM^^ <iiniiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiniii AROUND ALGONA Inter-School Faculty Tea •iwtiiiiiiii^ imniHiniininiitiinM BY RUTH SHffiRK A RUMMAGE SALE will be held at the Methodist church, Sept. 24, from 8:30 to 11 a. m. MRS. ROY BJUSTROM and her granddaughter, Sue Moulton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, returned recently after spending a week at Colorado Springs, Colo. JOAN POST left recently for Sioux City where she is a student at St. Joseph's School of Nursing. MRS. C. D. SCHAAP recently spent three days at Crystal Lake, ni. with members of her family, including a brother, James Reynolds and family, and a sister, Doris Reynolds of Brookfleld, HI. JIM PETERSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson, was enrolled last Saturday as a freshman at Iowa State University at Ames. PATTY and BETTY BRAY, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray, returned to St. Paul Saturday where they are seniors at College of St. Catherine. Mary and Dan Bray will leave Sunday for Iowa City where Dan will enter pre-med at the University of Iowa and Mary will be a freshman in the school of nursing. MICHELE CASSEL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel, has left for Winona, Minn, where she is a junior at the College of St. Teresa, with a major in English. Connie, who will leave Sept. 20 for Dubuque where she will be a sophomore at Clarke College, is presently spending a week in Omaha with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Neary. MARY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, left Monday for Des Moines, where she will be a junior at Drake University. HOWARD ZANKE new from EsCondldo, Calif, for a visit with his mother, Anna Zanke, and Mrs. Erma Harvey, Swea City. MEMBERS OF Eastern Star will entertain the Masons and their families at a picnic at Call State Park, Sept. 18, at 1 p. m. Beverages will be furnished and each is to bring his own table service. LINN TAYLOR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, is enrolled as a freshman at Arizona University in Tempe. PHIL TAYLOR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor, went to Ames last week to enroll as a freshman at Iowa State University. RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Peirce have been his brother, Clyde and family of Fort Wayne, Ind. Other guests were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheridan and family of Waterloo. MRS. JOE GREENBERG has street to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder, who will take possession about Oct. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McCall have bought the Milder home on East Call street. Mrs. Greenberg will move into one of the new apartments being built by Leon Martin. JIM FINN, son of Mayor and Mrs. William J. Finn, has returned from a two-week vacation in Santa Monica, Calif, where he visited friends. Jim recently received an OES training award for religious leadership. Called the Estaral Award, it is in the form of money from the Eastern Star, to be used for religious schooling. Jim is enrolled to take seminary training at Dubuque University In Dubuque. JAMES STANTON returned from Edinburgh, Scotland to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stanton, before going to Iowa City where he is enrolled in the law college at the University. Jim had spent the summer at the University of Edinburgh, to which he had received a scholarship upon his graduation in June from Notre Dame University at South Bend, Ind. MRS. CRAIG SMITH entertained her sewing club Monday evening, There are 10 members in the group. MIKE SMITH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, Jo* Tuesday to go to Winona where he is a student at St. Mary's College. His brother, Bob, took him to Winona. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will, take Bob to Iowa City tomorrow wh' re he is enrolled as a freshm <n at the University. MIKE STILLMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stillman, will leave tomorrow for Iowa City where he has enrolled as a freshman at the University, planning to take pre-med. WILLIAM MARKSIGSBEE, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sigsbee, Rochester, Minn., was baptized Sunday in the Presbyterian church. Present at the ceremony were his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster, her mother, Mrs. Ole Knutson of Bradgate, as well as his other great grandmothers, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Clara Hobson. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee of Sarasota, Fla. Little William Mark is remaining here with the Feaster family while his parents spend the week at Cross Lake, Minn. They plan to move to LaCrosse, Wise, about Oct. 1. Mr. Sibsbee has been promoted to lobby manager in a new drug store there. He has been managing a store in Rochester since his graduation from Iowa University. The staff of St. Cecelia's grade school here hosted members of the Algona Community School District faculty at a tea here Friday afternoon following the regular day's classes. A portion of the 30-40 instructors attending are shown above. The tour of the grade school building preceded punch, coffee and other refreshments, served by a group of mothers of St. Cecelia's students. (UDM Speed Graphic - Polarpld Flashfoto) PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Emmetsburg Girl Engaged To Whittemore Man ARLENE KOOKER Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kooker, Emmetsburg, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Arlene, to Marvin J. Ostwald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmit of Whittemore. A late October wedding is planned. Mr. Ostwald is superintendent of the Emmetsburg Reporter and Democrat composing room Miss Kooker is employed at Super Valu in Spencer. Rev. and Mrs. Forsythe of Maryville, Mo. were overnight guests in the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home. They attended the wedding of Rosemary Ulses &. Daniel Zaugg. Supt. and Mrs. John Cook and Carmen of Lakota visited in the Govern home, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy and George Hix were Sunday visitors and supper guests in the Harold Fitch home at Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret spent last weekend at Callender, guests in the home of cousins of Mr. Meister, the Dennis Cox family. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow, LuVerne, attended the Marlow family reunion at Wilmar, Minn. Sunday. The left Friday morning, visiting, Dillis Marlow in the hospital at St. Cloud. Dillis, a brother of P. W. Marlow and Mrs. Bristow met with an accident when his car .went out of control on a curve on his way home from town where he had gone for repairs. He was unconscious for four days, but is home .now after spending about two weeks in the hospital. On their way back from the hospital, they stopped at Paynesville and spent the rest of the day fishing. They visited in the Dillis Marlow home Sunday before going to the family reunion, returning home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sewick of Spirit Lake and Clarence Cunningham of Elmorewent to Elk Mound, Wise, last Thursday morning to attend the funeral of Mrs. Arthur Miller. Mrs. Miller was the former Anna Jain, long time residents in this vicinity. They returned home Friday night. The Earl Shiplers and Roscoe Stewarts also left from here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Finer of Buffalo Center were Wednesday visitors in the Bernard Phelps home. Recent visitors in the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home ZOUNDS! COULD HAVE ^MADEABEttER DEAL At KOSSUTH MOTOR CO, MORAL: SEE KOSSUTH MOTOR NOW DURING OUR OLDE FASHIONED CLEARANCE OF '66 CHEVY IMP ALAS AND CHEVELLES ! KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 S. HALL ALGONA PHONE 295 3SS4 include Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy of Des Moines and 'Sister Mary Eucharista of Ottumwa. George Hix of Doan visited Thursday in the Dwight Ruse home. Callers In the Howard Sparks home Labor Day were Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Young, Barbara and Bonnie of Traer. Bonnie remained to visit until Thursday afternoon when she and Jim Sparks, who had been vacationing at home, left for her home. Bonnie is in her senior year at S.C.I, at Cedar Falls and Jim is employed by Bethlehem Steele at Chesterton, Ind. Wednesday night visitor sin the Howard Sparks home were Daryl Sparks and Betty Tlach, both of Britt. Sunday dinner guests in the Merrill Zwiefel home of Wesley were, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zwiefel and boys, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel and family, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Seaburg of Madison, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and little son John spent the Labor Day weekend with their parents, the J. R.Thompsons and the Edmund Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Jack Thompson and John spent Sunday at Iowa Lake, eating supper there and enjoying boating and skiing. •Portland Social Club held a 7 o'clock picnic supper Sept. 8 at the Portland Community Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Spear were Sunday evening visitors in the Johnny H. Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and family were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Jess Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harms and family of Algona were Monday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms home. Herman Harms Jr. has been in service at Fort Bliss, Tex., for the past six weeks. Mrs. Harold Becker and Mrs. Tom Trenary will t* hostesses to the Portland Progess Club, Sept. 15 in the home of Mrs. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramoria, David and Janette Witchtendahl attended the Smith family reunion Sunday at Swea City. Mrs. Erma Leek of Aurora, Ore., spent Monday in the Henry Smith home. Henry Smith and Mrs. Leek visited their sister, Mrs. Henry Laabs of St. Ansgar, Tuesday. Mrs. Laabs is the former Angle Smith. "A health expert says that excessive kissing may cause a person to lose his teeth. It might be added that this wouldn't be the only way it might gum up his life". MUSEUM Audubon County Museum located in Extra was dedicated Sept. 5. The historical museum which has been open since last May has drawn visitors from out of state as well as all parts of Iowa. Over 700 registered on opening day. HONORED Dr. H. F. Riesling of Lehigh was honored there for his devoted medical practice to the community for fifty years. A capacity crowd was on hand for the program and tribute. Tabs Job With Insurance Firm In Minneapolis LINDA THILGES Linda Mae Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilges of R. 2 Charles City, Is a 1966 graduate of Charles City High School. She has completed an LB.M. course at the Automation Training Center at Kansas City, Mo. Linda is now employed at the North American Life and Casualty Insurance Co. of Min- neaplis. The family has many relatives in this area. ^^ Appointment of DON REIMERS for Flynn Dairy Products In Wright, Hancock and Kossuth Counties RICH MILK "THE TASTE OF QUALITY" DONALD REIMERS 924-3387 BURT, IA. ^^^_^ REFRIGERATED PRODUCTS ^^^^^^ 0 Don Reimers has changed his distributorship to Flynn's Dairy of Des Moines. He will be able to give you better service and a very good product. Don feels that through this change and knowing the persons involved, he will be able to serve superior products at all times. Don is well known in the area he serves/ having years of successful local dairy sales experience and will welcome the opportunity to continue to serve his present and all new customers with improved personalized service and the finest dairy products obtainable. A Complete line of FLYNN DAIRY PRODUCTS "Tkt Tail* of Quality" For Don's Dairy Service Phone Burt 924-3387 Vf J!
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