The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1966 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

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Tuesday, September 20, 1966
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LuVERNE SqpL U B. Sbelton spent & weekend ia CoJambU, Mo, He went to taring Mrs. Sbeltonhome. Mrs. Sbelton accompanied their dangbter, M&rteoe, to Stephens College in Colombia wtoere she is oo fite faculty. Marleoe recently returned tram a trip to Europe, visiting a friend in Spain. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Knary of Bock Island, HI., visited his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Emmet Knary and the parents returned vim them to visit.' Arthur Heinkel of Davenport has been visiting in the home of his brother, the Charles Heinkel family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel, their guest, his brother, Arthur Heinkel, their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy, and her mother, Mrs. Sola Frantz, were dinner guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Larry, in Algona. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Heinkel, mother of Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Schnakenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg attended the wedding of a friend, Richard Foppe, in the Lutheran church in Muscoda, Wise. They were weekend guests of Mrs. Henry Bodenninder, Bascobel, Wise. Sunday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cord Poppe in Hithlin, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Omaha, Neb., visited his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Rentz and Mrs. Rentz accompanied them to Mason City to visit another- brother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson. The LuVerne Memorial Society met at the town hall with 20 present. Guests were Mrs. Lester,, Smith, Violet and LuellaSwiger of LuVerhe, and Grace Lichty, Eagle Grove. President Mrs. Anne Smith presided at the business meeting. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston and Mrs. Bryan Stewart. Mrs. Max Block was released from the Hancock County Memorial hospital at Britt. She was a medical patient there for a week. Mrs. V. B. Shirk, Linn Grove, was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk. Mrs. Harold Wolf took her nephew, Terry Sandord, to Ft. Dodge where he took a bus for his home at Lancaster, Calif., after six weeks visiting in Lu- Verne. He was accompanied home by his cousin, Dick McGowan, Clear Lake. Richard Krause was the honored guest at his home in LuVerne on the occasion of his birthday. Guests included his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krause; .his brother, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Krause; his aunt, Emma Krause of LuVerne; parents and sister of Mrs. Richard Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Edward. Zinnel, and the Louie Jacobsons of Ottosen. Comrade Sunday School class met Thursday evening, Sept. 8. President Kenneth Marty presided and was host to the group. Luella Blumer presented the topic. The entertainment was in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dudley. Grace Lichty, a resident of the Rotary Ann Rest Home in Eagle Grove, recently visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Faye Lichty. Clara and Elaine Schnakenberg, daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Thees Schnakenberg, went to Iowa State University at Ames for rush week, and entering the fall term of college. Both girls are graduates of 0» LuVerne Community Hl«h School. Clara is a Delta 7.*U sorority member And Klatno has pledged Omega. U-Go-lGo The U-Go-l-Go *-H its September meeting at Defer* Sevicfs, with Benadette RaHy co-hostess, Tbe Ftafee of Allegiance was led by Sfcsaa Bat- Sept.]* t*44 tadL Rail can ITS .no osjo7«(i s osi itnaE ae jmr. Escort Soots vere fetacfed a. 4-H ptefce vis fed ty Defcd tad the WOLF'S are HOWLING ABOUT THEIR MOONLIGHT MADNES SPECIALS! 7 P.M. TO 9 P.M. WEDNESDAY ! For • 4»U(*r, in* «1 all STP OIL TREATMENT 16 OZ. CAN LIMIT 12 ODD LOT TWIN SIZES MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING REG. $44.95 STARTING FLUID FOR DIESEL ENGINES LIMIT 6 KR CUST. FURNACE FILTERS AS LOW AS IN CARTON LOTS COTTON GLOVES COAST KING RIVIERA $2999 LAYAWAY NOW FOt CHRISTMAS VACUUM BOTTLES u EVAPORATOR PLATES FITS MOST HUMIDIFIERS a 51.49 CAULKING CARTRIDGES EA. y Toy You'd tove Elfy's wonderful smile! Sturdy vinyl plastic toy blows up to 20" high. Hours and hours of hoticfcy fun. FREE with any $6 toy purchase ww»• • Loy-Awoy Purctaw of |7orMoro. VISIT OUR ANNEX TOYLAND Ifs Cramnwd Mi of All tfw Teyt For Oirlt ft Boyt. . . Oot Your HU9E&FY NOW <

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