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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1966
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14-Algono, (la.) Upper De» Me?n«i Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966 E R DE S M O I N E 8 • REUNION HELD A family reunion was held Sunday at Call State Park. The picnic was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Willrett and Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor. Present were the Carroll Willrett children, Bonnie, Steve and Sharon, the Taylor children, Jean Jac, JoAnn and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett, Wendell and Duane, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Willrett, Deanne and Jean, Mrs. Donna Tech and David, Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Switzer, James Alan, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wibben, Debra, Rich Allan, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wibben, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Price, Connie, Dale and Tom, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Haach and Brent Toth, Lakota, Mrs. Irene Wibben and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wibben, Todd and Chari, Marvin Wibben, Loren Wibben, Elmore, Carol Spiedler, Minneapolis, Sharon Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibben and Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wibben, Joy Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hankins, Burt and Dawn and Ben Faulken. - o -. WED 55 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Snere observed their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary Sept. 11 and had as guests their son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Snere, Katherine and Mae McGulee, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dickinson, Ab Mack, Mrs. Isabel Grass, Mrs. Ed Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Saeugling, Mrs. Fred Bender and sisters Fay and May Ubach, Mr and Mrs. Larry Knoll, Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Kunkle, Father Bruch and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Snere were married at Sheldon and Mr. Snere was employed by the Milwaukee railroad. He retired in 1963 and moved here from Spencer a few years ago. - o- MOTHER IS 75 Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark and Tim spent Sunday at' St. Anthony with Homer's mother, Mrs. Clyde Clark, whose seventy - fifth anniversary was observed. Herbst Has Homes FOR SALE 3-bedroom, 2-story older home, 1224 E. Lucas, Vacant Now __ $5,300 3 or 4 bedroom, 721 Park Ave. Very clean, 1 bedroom down, 3 up. Attached garage — $8,500 3 bedroom, 409 N. Phillips, one block from Catholic Church, 2 blocks from super market. New gas furnace. Immediate possession $6,250 4-bedroom, 514 S. Dodge. Large kitchen, 1 bedroom and bath on first floor. Good gas furnace. Only _ _. $6,500 1800 sq. ft. of living new home — 2 levels, 3 bedrooms, 1 Vi baths, finished family room, large garage and cement patio $22,000 KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Effle Teeter will be hostess to the Knit and Sew club, Sept. 21. - o - CARD CLUBS Mrs. Leo Thilges is entertaining her card club Wednesday. The club met the previous week with Mrs. Anna Wagner. Mrs. Lester Johnson will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesdy, Sept. 21. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Howard Beardsley entertained her birthday club Saturday. The anniversary of Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley was observed. - o - CARD HOSTESS Mrs, Ann Harvey entertained a few friends at cards Sunday evening. Guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mrs. Rose Slgsbee, Mrs. Esther Helberg and Mrs. Selma Godlredson. Mrs. Godfredson is leaving soon to visit her' son, Leslie Samp and family in Wisconsin. - o - CLUB MEETINGS Royal Neighbor lodge met Monday evening with Mrs. Bertha Spear. A covered dish supper was served. Rebekah lodge members met at the hall Tuesday evening, a covered dish supper was held. - o - CARDS AT HANSONS Mrs. Ann Hanson is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. - o - POTLUCK SUPPER Mrs. Grace Jackman will be hostess to her potluck supper 500 club Saturday evening. Members are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, Mr. and.Mrs. Lyle Steele, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen and Mrs. Myrtle Lighter. PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES U.P.W. circles meeting Sept. 15 are circle A- Mrs. Beecher Lane and Mrs. Frank Butts, hostesses: Program and devotions: Mrs. Walter Morz. Circle B hostesses: Mrs. John Grotte and Mrs. Armor Lemkee: Program Mrs. Andy Crawford: Devotions: Mrs. DuWayne Klein. Circle D - Mrs. Casey Loss and Mrs. Jess Hill hostesses. Program and Devotions Mrs. Russ Rentz. - o - W.S.C.S. CIRCLES Circles of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Sept. 15 as follows: Sept. , 1:30, Mrs. John Thompson, Oct., 1:30, Mrs. W. P. French; Nov., 2, Mrs. John McGuire, Dec., Mrs M. G. Norton, Jan., 2, Mrs. Grace Jackman; Mar., 1:45, Mrs. Walter Klamp; Apr., 1:30, Mrs. W. A. Foster; Mar., 1:30, Mrs. Esther Helberg, June 1,8:00, Mrs. Larry- Johnson; June 2, Mrs. Lyle Riedinger. - o - MARINERS CLUB Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will meet Sept. 18, for a 6:30 Pot luck supper. Dr. Gene Sickman will be guest speaker. - o - ARE POSTPONED Circle meetings of the First Baptist church have been postponed till Sept. 22. Circle I will meet with Mrs. Clarence Priebe and circle 2 with Mrs. Kenneth Brayton. - o - PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES Circles of the Presbyterian church will meet Sept. 15 as follows: circle A, Mrs. Beecher Lane; circle B, Mrs. John Grotte; circle D, Mrs. Casey Loss. All meetings are at 1:30. - o - PLAN BANQUET The Presbyterian Sunday School Teacher - Youth Club Teacher and Choir Banquet will be held Sept. 27. -o HONOR PASTOR Members of the Methodist church held a covered-dish dinner following worship service Sept. 11. It was a reception for the new minister and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. William Noland. FRIENDS WED Richard Slobe attended the wedding of friends at College Springs, Aug. 27. - o - WED 25 YEARS The twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig was celebrated with two parties and they were assisted by their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. JamesThiiges,and Vern and Steve Ludwig- One was a square dancing party Aug. 31 at the V. F. W. hall and the second a card party Sept. 2 in their home. - o - CLOSE SEASON The Okoboji Yacht Club closed its season with a banket at the New Inn. Among club hosts were Mr. and Mrs- Eugene Murtagh. - o CLUB TO MEET Mrs. Dewey Skilling will be hostess to her bridge club, Sept. 21. - o EDNA SMITH is in Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, her mother, Mrs. Anna Smith is at St. Ann, and Ivan Long, Lebanon, Mo., suffered a stroke. MR. AND MRS. A, R. Willrett have had as guests M r - and Mrs. James Hazel and Steven, Denver, Colo., and Mrs. E. T. Baumann, Crystal, N, D. WOMEN OF THE First Methodist church are having a rummage sale, Sept. 24, from 8 to 11 a. m. The June circle will serve coffee and baked goods. THE YOUTH Fellowship of the First Presbyterian church will meet at 5 p.m. Sunday with Doug Jones leading the lesson. Sandie Carlson has the lunch responsibility. MR. AND MRS. DONALD Howe are parents of a daughter born at St. Ann hospital. HEIDE MICHELLE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E»rl Parsons was baptized Sunday by Rev. Morz of the Presbyterian church. DR. GENE Siekmann, pastor of the Fort Dodge Presbyterian church, will show slides and' speak of his experience ^as, an exchange pastor in Germany at the Mariners ClUb Sunday evening. THE CLARENCE WILTGEN family returned recently from the Eastern part of U.S., where they visited with Mrs. Wiltgen's parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Mahon and Joseph of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. They also visited Mrs. Wiltgen's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Helfrich and their children in Frederick, Maryland. While East, the Mahon and Helfrich families took the Wiltgens to many large cities and historical places of interest. They also drove through the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania and the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. PEARL WALKER returned to Chicago Saturday after a visit of several days with her mother Mrs. Ruble Walker. They were at Okoboji over the Labor Day weekend. DR. HARRY Jenklnson was here from Iowa City, coming to attend the wedding of a relative. He is a former well known Al* gonan, a graduate doctor of the University where he was for some years on the staff, later going into private practice. DR. AND MRS. F. C. Scan- Ian, former Algonans who moved to California some time ago, have sold their cottage at Okoboji. They make their home in a retirement center near San Diego, Calif. MR. AND MRS. Donald Hutchison were visited by Mrs. May Walker (Will), who was brought here from Chicago, by her son Phillip and wife, She will be at Cedar Rapids with her daughter Frances and husband, Arthur Messenger, and will go from there to Phoenix, Ariz, to spend the winter, MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ruge, Fort Dodge, as weekend guests. MR. AND MRS. William Foth have purchased the house on Oak street formerly owned by Mrs. Marie Pasco, nee Herman. THE JOEL Herbsts and Dr. N. J. Kelleys have been guests of the Gene McMahons at their summer home at Okoboji. MRS. AMY Johnson has had word from her sister, Mrs. Albert Bosma of Lakota, that Mr. Bosma is hospitalized,, In Buffalo Center, having suffered a heart attack. MRS. MILTON Dahl went to Rock Rapids Monday and will re- For Fine Family Dining, Ludwig's Cafe Announces SUNDAY SMORGASBORD 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. EVERY SUNDAY ROAST BEEF - BAKED HAM - TURKEY INCLUDES SALAD, ROLLS AND DRINK FOR ONLY * 1.59 PER PERSON (99* FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12). TREAT YOUR FAMILY TO DINNER! Joel M. Herbst Ted S. Herbst (Over Penney's) 295-3733 Ludwig's Cafe DOWNTOWN ALGONA ilenty of tree parking space on Sundays main until Thnrsday with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson and Peg. She will stop enroute to see her grandson, Tom and family in Spencer. JIM LIMBAUGH went to Greenfield Saturday to see his father, Calvin Limbaugh, 69, who suffered a slight stroke but is making good recovery. MRS. PETER Halsrud was visited Sunday by her daughter Mrs. James Elliott, Fort Dodge. MRS. MINNIE Mines has been visited by her daughter, Mrs. Walter Halsrud of Centerville. MRS. GEORGE Lee has returned from a few weeks' visit at Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Mitchell, Forest City. NANCY, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox, has gone to Topeka, Kan. and has enrolled at the University. She will live with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Van Allen. MRS. KEITH Campbell and Pat of Sheldon have been guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox. SUPT. AND MRS. O. B. Laing spent Sunday attheDolliverpark. MR. AND MRS/J. P. Studer went to St. Paul, Minn. Sunday and visited their son, Steve, student at St. Thomas College. They also saw their daughter, Sister M. Minnette, who teaches in St. Agnes school. ANTON DEDRIKSEN is home from Mason City where he had recent surgery at Park clinic. He is recovering very well. REV. JAMES Stone, Lebanon, Mo., is conducting a series of meetings at the First Baptist church, Thursday through Sunday. Saturday evening at 8 o' clock a film will be shown titled "Venture for Victory". MR. AND MRS. William Tordoff had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. John Holfer, Cherokee. WALLY HILL had surgery at University hospital, Iowa City. ROLAND Thompson had surgery at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines. i GO ACRE FARM; FOR SALE HERMAN PUTZ ESTATE Legal description: SWto.15-97-28 (Portland Township) located 3!/2 mile East and 1 mile North of Burt, Iowa Possession: March 1, 1967 The Farm: Clarion and Webster Soil, drainage no problem, good improve-, merits, an excellent productive farm See . W. NitChalS,Executor! Herman Putz Estate 2 East State Street Algona, Iowa (69TFN) * Why Wait? FOR A 1967 5 YEAR-50,000 MILE WARRANTY ? YOU CAN GET A 5 YEAR - 50,000 MILE WARRANTY NOW ON A 1966 DODGE OR CHRYSLER BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE! DEALS WILL NEVER BE BETTER THAN RIGHT NOW AT PERCIVAL MOTORS . . . ONLY A FEW LEFT ! Standard equipment on these 1966's include Safety door handles, Padded dash, Padded sun visors, Front and rear seat belts, Backup lights, windshield washers, variable speed wipers and airfoam seats, and fresh air heater. '66 Dodge Monaco 4 dr., V-8, torque- flite, radio, power steering, power brakes, clock, power trunk release, remote mirror, 8.25x14 whitewall tires, wheel covers, color maroon metallic. '66 Chrysler Newport 4 dr. sedan, 8 cyl., torqueflite, power -steering, power brakes, radio, clock, remote outside mirror, 8.25x14 whitewalls, light pkg., tinted windshield, emergency flasher, undercoat. Color bronze metallic. '66 Poiara 2 dr. hardtop. 8 cyj., power steering, radio, wheel covers, 8.25 xl4 whitewalls, medium turquoise metallic. '66 Poiara 4 dr. sedan, V-8, light package, air conditioning, rear window defogger, radio, power brakes, power steering, tinted windshield, remote mirror, door mouldings, wheel covers, undercoat, torque- flite. Medium turquoise metallic. '66 Poiara 4 dr. hardtop, V-8, power steering, radio, torqueflite, tinted glass, undercoat, whitewalls. Maroon metallic. '66 Poiara 4 dr. hardtop, V-8, vinyl trim, torqueflite, power steering, tinted windshield, radio, whitewalls, wheel covers, undercoat. Mist blue metallic. '66 Coronet 440 4 dr., "225" 6 cyl., power steering, torqueflite, tinted glass, remote control mirror, whitewalls. Color beige with matching Interior. '66 Coronet 440 4 dr., 8 cyl., torqueflite, Sure-Grip .differential, power steering, tinted glass, remote mirror, whitewalls. Ivory with vinyl seats. '66 Coronet 440 4 dr. 8 cyl., torqueflite, power steering, radio, tinted windshield, wheel covers, whitewalls. Bronze metallic with matching nylon interior. '66 Coronet 440 2 dr. hardtop. 8 cyl., torqueflite, radio, rear speaker, tinted windshield, remote control mirror, wheel covers, flasher, whitewalls. Beige color. '66 Coronet 440 2 dr. hardtop, 8 cyl., light package, torqueflite, radio, tinted windshield, remote mirror, wheel covers, whitewalls, 2-tone beige and bronze. '66 Coronet 500 4 dr., 8 cyl., power steering, torqueflite, radio, light pkg., tinted windshield, whitewalls, undercoat. 2-tone turquoise and white. Contour seats. DEMONSTRATOR - 66 'Coronet 440 4 dr. 8 cyl., torqueflite, power steering, radio, light pkg., bumper guards, tinted windshield, undercoat, whitewalls. 2-tone dark turquoise and white with matching nylon interior. 4 NEW TRUCKS % ton pickup with 8 ft. box, 4-speed, 700x16 tires, airfoam seat, heavy duty wheels, other extras. Red. J 'z ton pickup with 8 cyl., 3-speed, 8 ft. box, radio, heavy duty springs, custom cab. 2-tone turquoise and white. % ton pickup with 6 cyl., 3-speed, 8 ft., custom cab, heavy duty springs. Golden tan metallic. Custom Sportsman Wagon - 6 cyl., tor- queflite, radio, 10-passenger. loaded. DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU CHECK OUR PftlCES . . . 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