The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 11
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1 J-Algone, (10.) Upper Dej Moine* thurtday, Sept. 22, 1966 WED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. W. Holldorfwere at Emmetsburg Sunday and attended the open house held from 2 till 4 p. m, in observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Howard King. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. Vernell Ludwig entertained her sewing club Tuesday. - o - HOSTS VISITOR Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley gave a coffee last Tuesday for Mrs. May Walker, former Algonan who spends the summer and fall with her son Phillip and wife in Chicago, and her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Messenger at Cedar Rapids. The winters are spent in Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Walker was house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and Phillip and his wife went to Okoboji for a few days. Guests at the coffee in addition to the honoree and Mrs. Hutchison were Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mrs. Hazel Lusby, Mrs. Olive Herbst and Mrs. Frank Harcey. The time was spent socially. - o - BRIDGE CLUB The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday with Mrs. Delia Mc- Cullougb. - o - OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Mrs. Ann Hanson went to Mason City to celebrate her birthday with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mortensen, - o - PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. - o - FEDERATED CLUB The Algona Federated Club met Monday evening with Clara Amesbury, assisted by Mrs. Andrew Hanson and Mrs. L. L. Riter. The program on Iowa composers was given by Mrs. August Slagle, assisted by Mrs. George Sefrit, Corrine Shlmel, Evelyn Mawdsley and Marilyn Paetz. A film was shown, "Unity in Diversity", and commentator was Mrs. Milton Norton. Mrs. J. B. Asa is president of the club. Articles made by the blind were on sale CLUBS MET Mrs. Ed Blumer was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday. The Rebekah birthday club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Walter Klamp. - o - RECEPTION SET Sept. 25 there will be reception of new mem'jers in the Methodist church. Those who wish to unite with the church are requested to phone Rev. William Noland or Mrs. Curtis Haahr at the church office. TOASTMASTEHS Toastmasters Club met Monday at the Johnson House for a 6:15 dinner. Milton Norton as Topic master called on M. Givens to tell the biggest problem he had as a rural mail carrier; Dr. L. Snyder to tell the status of the Republic of South Korea; W. Steele for latest interesting items on Algona Industries; Paul James concerning possibilities of Red China entering the Viet Nam war; Max Bartholomew, present national effort to preserve the Redwoods; Karl Kiilsholm his version of difference between democrats and republicans; Dale Lockwood what he would consider as qualifications if he were to judge a Miss American contest; and Leo Cassel, in practice of law, what is your largest problem. BOB HOLCOMB, son of Mrs. Laura Hough, has entered his senior year at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City. 1/4 02.; dismissed: Mrs. Paul Bernhard and baby, Fenton; Carl Ewold, Walter MacDonald, Catherine Fisch, Algona. SEPTEMBER 15 * Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Weydert, Al- gons, girl, 6 pounds, 6 1/2 oz.; admitted: Roland Bode, Helen McEnroe, Helen Collins, Algona, medical; Ronald Medin, Whltte- more, medical; dismissed: Joanne Robinson, Algona. SEPTEMBER 16 - Dismissed; Adolph Youngwirth, Herbert Kayser, LuVerne. SEPTEMBER 17 - Admitted: Charles Wilhelmi, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Helen Collins, Algona, Jerome Weydert, Bode. SEPTEMBER 18 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook, boy, 8 pounds, 5 oz.; admitted: Irving Miller, Algona, surgery. SEPTEMBER 10 - Admitted: Mary C. Laubenthal, West Bend, boarder; dismissed: Mrs. Bernhard Weydert and baby, Lone Rock; Mrs. Marine Laubenthal, West Bend; John Hammer, Algona. PERSONALS HOSPITAL NEWS SEPTEMBER 12 - Admitted: John Hammer, Algona, medical; Jerome Weydert, Bode, medical; dismissed: Nettie Fischer, Burt; Robert Mergen, Mrs. Irene Pugsley, Algona. SEPTEMBER 13 - Admitted: Mrs. Vivian Kuhn, Algona surgery; Mrs. William Duffy, Algona, medical; Herbert Kayser, LuVerne, medical; Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore; dismissed Mrs. Virgil Wilson and baby, West Bend; M"s. Don Howe and baby, Algona. SEPTEMBER 14 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Laubenthal, West Bend, girl, 8 pounds, 13 UK. AND MUS. Joseph M. Rooney and family spent a recent weekend camping at Black Hawk State Park at Lake View. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Robinson visited recently at Manchester with cousins there and with cousins from Norway. MR. AND MRS. William Runchey moved recently from South Minnesota street to South Durant street. Mr. and Mrs. "Alton Rochleau and family moved from East State street into the Runchey home. GARY NAYLOR left Tuesday for Indianola where he is a junior in Simpson College, with a major in physical education. His sister Judy, employed in the laboratory of animal disease at Ames, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor. Guests of the family at the same time were Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Neal of Regina, Saskachewan, Canada. MR, AND MRS. Ben Hsrbst left yesterday after visiting his mother, Mrs. Olive Herbst, and her parents, M::. and Mrs. Bob Williams. Call Democratic Meeting, Sept. 27 A meeting of the Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee has been called for next Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 8 p. m. at the Algona Hotel. County Chairman Joe Straub announced that three important matters will be taken up: the final preparations for the caravan visit to Kossuth County next Thursday by Governor Hughes, Congressman Greigg and all the other Democratic candidates; preparing a budget for the balance of the campaign; and discussion of the voter registration drive Fall Hat Showing Friday, September 23,2 p.m. to 8 p.m. During this six-hour period, we will be displaying hundreds of hats brought directlij from Chicago. They will be shown personally by millinery t expert Paul Ruprecht. For this limited time only, all fall hats are being sold at 10$ o// the retail price. Hats are priced jrom $3.98 to $30. You are cordially invited to register for a free hat to be given away. d rsc | || hille Wesley C.D.A. Gets Reports On Conventions WESLEY - The C.D.A. held its regular meeting Tuesday evening Sept. 13 with Margaret Root grand regent presiding. She announced that a Retreat is to be held in Cedar Falls October 7-8-9. Stacia Richtsmeier and Marie Lickteig gave inspiring talks on retreats they have attended. Marie Lickteig lecturer read an article on "Have you Earned Tomorrow?*' Guest speaker was District Deputy Miss Frederick Girres of Garner, formerly of Wesley. Mrs. Mary McMahon of Garner, also a former Wesleyan accompanied Miss Girres to the Wesley meeting. Following the meeting 500 was played. Winners were Rosemary Dornbier and Felice Hilbert. Lunch was served by Patricia Doughan, Joann Vitzthum, Selma Cruise, Hazel Studer, Colleen Studer and Emma Olson. On the entertainment committee were Eleanor Kicke, Helen Johnson, Florence Hildman, Theresa Otis, Mildred Studer and Dorothy Martinek. - o - The Civic Club of the seventh and eighth grades of St. Josephs parochial school have elected officers for this school term. Jack Krieps is president, Mary Muehe, vice; Ann Walker, sec.; Sue Ackerson, treas.; Steve Lappe, Sgt. at Arms, Bonnie Becker is editor of the school newspaper, "The Challenger." Jan Studer is assistant editor. Portland Club Names Officers For New Year PORTLAND - Portland Progress Club met Sept. 15, in the home of Viola Becker, with Grace Trenary assistant hostess. This was a fall tea. The chairman, Marie Parsons, poured. Roll call was a hanky exchange. Guests were ErmaLeeckof Auror^Ore., 'and Virgie Trenary. There was an election of officers. This year's officers will hold over for another year. Marie Parsons, chairman, Arlene Wood, vice chairman, Vera Fitch, secretary treasurer, and Hazel Steven, historian. The club has been asked to be guests Sept. 20 at a. meeting at the Extension meeting room, Algona, to acquaint us with programs for the next year. In addition, a demonstration on hair styling will be given by Fran Deal a member of the Algona Cosmetology group; after which coffee will be served. Grace Trenary, Thelma Meister, Marie Parsons and Elizabeth Kennedy each received a present from their secret sister. Hazel Steven and Arlene Marlow will be hostesses at the October meeting to be held in Steven home. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry and Julie of Jewell were weekend guests in the parental Roscoe Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler went to the Spencer Fair Tuesday. Mrs. Edmund Larson entertained the U and I circle Tuesday. Roll call, antiques, was answered by ten members. It was brought up as a future project to tour Fairmont the latter part of October. The Edmund lArsons, Robert Lovstads and Jesse Hirms at- tened the Spencer fair Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dugan were Sunday dinner guests in the Tom Trenary home. This was in honor of Richard's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dugan left Wednesday for Maryville, Mo. where they will both attend Northwest Missouri State College. Mrs. Jennie Whalen of Titonka was a Sunday afternoon caller in the Trenary home. Mrs. Edmund Larson and Mrs. Robert Lovstad were among those of the Shirley circle serving lunch at the Glen Teeter sale last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling returned home Sunday evening after a ten day trip through the Black Hills, Yellowstone, Montana and North Dakota. On the way home they visited a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown at Remer, Minn. They also visited the Merwin Johns of Valley City, N. Dak. and Richard Johns at Fergus Falls. Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Elvira Christensen and Mrs. Effie Teeter visited Mrs. A. W. Young and Ray Fitch at the new rest home in Algona Friday. Mrs. Howard Sparks attended the South Kossuth cancer meeting Tuesday at the Algonquin Room in the Colonial Motel at Algona. This is a regular meeting held every three months. "Blunt people always make the most pointed remarks". Enlarge Wesley Town Hall WESLEY - The Wesley City hall in the power house, has been enlarged by the removal of a south wall, the walls paneled, new ceiling and floor coverings, recessed lights, window curtains and flower decorations. The room just south of the hall, which was the jail, infrequently used, has been similarly repaired and redecorated to be used for a conference room. A furnace is to be installed. Two new automatic voting machines were installed and were used in the primary and school elections. Irving ton Ideal 4-H Meeting The regular meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H Club was held at the St. Benedict hall Sept. 17, 1966. The meeting was called to order by President Sharon Hix. Roll call was answered by 10 members; 10 visitors were present. Old business - Father Ruba thanked the club for making the hall some dishtowels. New business - Discussion of handing in money for selling cards and tupperware. Demonstration was given by Mary Harig on "The Family Laundry", sorting, pre-treatment, etc. Wesley G.I. To Far East Duty WESLEY- Private First class Richard Reising, 21, son of Andrew Reisings was scheduled to accompany the llth Armored Cavalry division to the Far East for combat service recently. The highly mobile regiment was last stationed at Fort George G. Meade Md. Reising is ser- ving as a scout in Trotip G. of the Regiment's 2nd Reconnaissance Squadron. He entered the Army In November, 1965. He graduated in 1964 from Gftr- rigan high school in Algona. MacDonald To Emcee Dinner Iowa's Junior senator, Jack Miller, will speak in Algona Monday, Sept. 26, at a 7 p.m. dinner at the Garrigan High auditorium. Master of ceremonies for the program will be W. a "Bing" MacDonald, .Algona attorney and republican candidate for Kossutth county attorney. All republican candidates for state offices have been invited to attend the dinner. Musical highlight of the program will be soloist CorrineShi- mel singing the Pledge of Allegiance. Elvin Godfredson of Svea City" will provide organ music. Karl Kiilsholm GOP candidate for state representative, will introduce Senator Miller. INVINCIBLE METAL FDR. NITURE ffuchlsed dealer — Upper Des Mdbwt Pi*. Ot. START THE WHEELS ROLLING FOR A NEW CAR LOAN TODAY! The new 1967 cars are being shown for the first time next week. When the new-car bug bites you, visit the Iowa State Bank for the loan adjusted to your personal situation. We specialize in the financing of the car . . . and you can buy your insurance where you please. Put that new 1967 model in your driveway by seeing us for that new car loan. Iowa State Bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Algeria's Home-Owned Bank WATCH FOR THE GALA CELEBRATION Thursday, Sept. 29 - at SCHULTZ BROS. PLAN TO ATTEND/ 1967 • BUICKS • PONTIACS • CADILLACS 6 FAT DUTCHMEN AND KQTV's BOB & DEE for your listening Pleasure

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