The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1966 · Page 7
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3 New Wesley Auxiliary Members WESLEY - The American Legion Auxiliary held its annual membership party Wednesday evening, Sept 7 with 27 in attendance. New members are Mrs. Martha Grandganett, Mrs. Joann VitzthumandMrs. Barbara Uckteig. Mrs.' Grandganett's name was drawn for the free membership. Joan Grandganett, president, held a school of instruction before the meeting for the various chairmen. The unit has subscribed for the "Bomb" for each of the four Gold Star Mothers. All are urged to save and turn in all Butternut Coffee strips, labels and certificates, thus helping some youngsters enjoy a few Christmas gifts. Lucille Hirner presented a framed document of the Declaration of Independence to the unit. The fall conference was held in Boone Sept. 25. Following the business meeting 500 was played. - o - GET SCHOOL HONORS Wesley students at Garrigan hi school, Algona, who were mentioned in a recent school report include Steve Walker as band club president and Garrigan's Drum Major. He is a senior and a son of Jim Walker. Sue Nelson is one of the reporters on the school paper "The Star*' which is published twice a month by the students. Sue also attended the Summer music .institute at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls from July 31 to August 7. She is a senior, and daughter of Clarence Nelsons. Gary Loebig a son of Bill Loebigs, a senior attended Boys' State at Camp Dodge in June. - o- Glenn Smiths took their four- year old son Randy to Iowa City Sept. 7 where he is a patient in the University Hospital School for severely handicapped children for several weeks. Mrs. Blanche Wagner spent several days last week in the home of her son Ben Wagner in Ft. Dodge. The Earl Theisens of Sauk Rapids, Minn., spent the Sept. 11 weekend in the parental Mrs. Clara Haverly home. Patrick Theisen, who is in the Air Force was home on furlough before leaving for Germany. Mrs. Joseph Skow, Mrs. George Seaberg and Mrs. Robert Boleneus attended the F. B. Women's Committee Meeting Sept. 12 at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burr, Des Koines were Labor Day weekend guests at Geo Seabergs. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seaberg, Madison, Wis., were guests of Merrill Zwiefel's and George Seaberg's over the Labor Day we&ead. Opal Nygaard, Olive Erdman, and Esther Smith attended a district W.S.C.S meeting in Kanawha Monday afternoon, Sept. 12. Methodist men held a business meeting in the church Thursday evening. Circle 2 of the Methodist women served them lunch. Banns of marriage have been published in St. Josephs Catholic church for Connie Uckteig and Robert Ricke. They will be married Saturday, Sept, 24. Mrs. Mary Reiling entertained her contract bridge club Monday evening in Al's Lounge. Mary Lou Studer won Ugh prize. Wesley Township Homemakers will meet at Stanley Simpsons Sept, 20 for their annual Organization Tea. Jean Boleneus will be assistant hostess. Mrs. Glen Clark will be a guest. Debra Sue was born August 30 to the Al Goransons of Bartlesville, Okla. making Vic Eisenbacher a grandfather for the first time. The new mother is the former Rita Eisenbacher. Sponsors at her baptism in St. John's Catholic church Sept. 11 were James Eisenbacher and Shirley Wimmer by proxy. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Doughan, Debbie and Donnie left Saturday Sept. 3 for RusselJ, Iowa where they visited the Don Sellers several days. The two families are former Spain residents when the men were in service. Doug- hans then visited her uncle & aunt and family the Gaylon Vitzthums, and the Tom Smalls at Stuart several days. Mr. and Mrs. Doughan spent the Sept. 11 weekend in Minneapolis, Minn., where they attended a Twins - Oriole baseball game, and visited his uncle Everett Lawler, and his aunt Vera Lawler. Debbie and Donnie stayed with their grand- parents, the Luke Youngwirths. Steve was on vacation from the Exchange State BanV. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bauer and family of Whittemore were Sunday Sept. 11 guests in the parental, R. C. Bauer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer were Labor Day guests in the parental R. C. Bauer home. Lou Sim pson and Jack Richter left Friday for a six days outing at Island Lake, Minn. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her contract bridge club Thursday afternoon. Dick Ludwig suffered a broken left knee Aug. 31, while operating a Clearance corn sprayer at their home southwest of Wesley. He crawled to his truck and drove to the house. He was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City where the leg was put in traction. Relatives and friends have often visited him. Mrs. Maurice Roach and Mrs. Tom Roach and five children were guests in the Joe Weig home. Mrs. Maurice Roach and Mrs. Weig are sisters. Mesdames Bernice Larson, Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Moines Tuetday, Sept. 20, 1966 Myrtle Lease Olive Erdman and Blanche Wagner attended a meeting of the Britt hospital Auxiliary Friday afternoon in Britt. BIRTHDAYS John Bousselot, a life-long resident of the Calamus and DeWitt areas, was feted on his 100th birthday in Calamus on September 3rd. Mr. Bousselot had joined the more than 200 friends and relatives of Mrs. Laura Figley, also of Calamus, on August 21st, the occasion of her 99th birthday. RECOVERY 82-year old Paul Schreuder of Hull, a carpenter, lost a carpenter's square 58 years ago while working on the construction of the Hull First Christian Reformed Church. Last month work was begun on the razing of the old building and Mr. Schreuder remembered his square lost between thp walls. He found it where he recallerl it was lost and although -It is rusted still shows his initials. CORN From planting the third week of May, Walter Anders of Alden, is now showing off two 18-foot tall corn stalks in his yard. Mr. Anders reported they grew as much as six or eight inches in one night. PUT A TO WORK FOR YOU rahams UNI STORES THROUGHOUT IOWA- WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7 P.M. to 9P.M. DOOR BUSTER VALUE At 7 P.M. we will be place on Sale 144 Beautiful Jacquard Patterned BATH TOWELS These towels are slight irregulars of a towel that sells at $2.00 or more, 24 x 45 inche.s. Pastel and deep tone colors. You will have to see these towels to believe the value we are offering. ONLY EACH Wednesday night only at 7 P.M. - LINGERIE DEPARTMENT Just Received. Our usual lot of Salesman's Samples in Ladies' Fianne! Sleepwear One of a kind, all size 34. Your Choice Vi Original Price - SHOE DEPARTMENT One Basket full of Odd Lot Ladies Shoes. Pick and Fit your own sizes. Your Choice Only 99c Also stacks of Ladies Shoes on the Floor Pick and Fit your own, values to $11,00 Yoor Choice SI.99-fl.99-S.99-a.99 - FABRICS DEPARTMENT NYLON NET 100 per cent 72 inches wide, Christmas Colors, white, green, red. 25c yard - DOWNSTAIRS STORE Traffic Jammers Watch your step, (wear shin guards). At 7 P.M. 75 pair of Salesmans' Sample Knee High Campus Hose will be placed on Sale. Just one or two pair of a size or color. Some valued at $2.00 or more. Your Choice only 50c pair - DOWNSTAIRS STORE - Salesmans' Samples Towels and Wash Cloths Bargains Galore, just one or two of a kind and color. PRICE - DOWNSTAIRS STORE Silicone Iron Board Covers, Scorch Resistant. Standard Size 2 for U.OO

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