The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 2
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2-AI§an0 (la.) Upptr Dtt MelnM Thursday, S«pt. 29, 1966 AROUND ALGONA BYRUTHSH1ERK MEMBER? OF il.. .ircl of the League of 'onion oters met Saturday at Lois Strohraan's home. A morning meeting was told Tuesday at Carol Cuttens and an evening meeting took plape at Gail Cowans. Program was on education at the local level, The next meetings on human resources (water) will take place Oct. 11. The organization plans to have an Informational booth on Band Festival Day, with Marge Bartholomew and Helen Limbaugh In charge of volunteers. MR. AND MRS. Robert Watson spent a weekend In Des Molnes where he attended a furniture market. MR. AND MRS. Vernon Jensen returned recently after visiting their son and family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen at Lansing, Mich. MRS. A. F. AGENA left today (Thurs.) to spend the weekend with her sister, Mrs. DonStelert at Toledo. GU'^ST OF Mr, andMrs.MUes Cl-.oKer and family Is Mrs. fflonlker's mother, Mrs. W. W. Senne of Kenosha, Wise. SEVERAL PERSONS transferred membership to the First Methodist church last Sunday. They Include Mr. andMrs.Loren Burnett, Tltonka, Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson, Parkersburg, and Mrs. William Noland, Estherville. BAPTIZED AT St. Cecelia's Catholic church was Jane Renee Grimm, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delano Grimm. Godparents were Mrs. Peter Reding of Bode and Edward Grimm of Ottosen. There are two other children in the family, Joan, 4, and r'ndy 3. SAT. ONLY * DIAMOND'S BAND FESTIVAL SPECIALS ONE GROUP OF Sweat Shirts LONG SLEEVE & SHORT SLEEVE (While they last I) MRS. THEO HUTCHISON returned recently after a trip to the west coast. She visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll at San Jose, and her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mell Peterson at Los Angeles. BRUCE SUNDET, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet, participated In a cross-country track meet, Luther vs. McAllister of St. Paul, Sunday. The Luther team won, 29-26, and Bruce ran three miles In 16 minutes, 19 seconds. Sharon Sundet, freshman at Luther College, will spend this weekend with her parents. STEVE BOEKELMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boekelman, underwent an appendectomy Saturday at St. Ann hospital. He is reported to be making good progress. PEG SCHUTTER has been enrolled in pre-medlcine at Iowa City University. DR. LEROY STROHMAN attended a meeting Thursday of the American Society for Dentistry for Children at MayoAudl- torium on the campus of Minnesota University, Minneapolis. MIKE STILLMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stlllman, has entered the University of Iowa as a freshman. Bill Lee, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lee of Ft. Dodge, formerly of Algona, has returned to Crelghton at Omaha, and his brother has entered business school in Omaha. MR. AND MRS. Randall Shierk of Minneapolis spent several days visiting their parents, Mrs. C. C. Shierk and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn. With their children, Stephanie Lynn and Scott Randall, they visited relatives of Mrs. Shierk at Armstrong and other places in the county. HARRY HARGREAVES, father of Mrs. Dick Cook, underwent surgery at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, Wednesday. Mrs. Hargreaves remains at Des Molnes with him. In addition to Mrs. Cook, her sister and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Emmet Mathiasen of Council Bluffs, were in Des Moines at the time of the surgery. MR. AND MRS. J. D. Burns returned to Des Moines Tuesday for removal of .stitches following minor surgery a week ago at Veterans hospital. ^ . "Kottttth CowitT'i Favorite Newspaper" WE HONOR 4-H CLUB WEEK Sept. 24 - Oct. 1 This week has been designated to honor an organization that prepares our youth for better farming and homemaking ... for better ways of working together, for being better Americans ! Lend your support to this program. - KOSSUTH COUNTY 4-H COMMITTEE - * Mrs. Orville Thoreson, Swea City * Mrs, Ben Anliker, West Bend * Mrs, Joe Loebach, Burt * Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca * Mr, Laurel Peterson/ Swea City * Mr, Fred Asa, Wesley * Mr. Jim Mullens, Corwith * Mr. Ted Smith, Algona The Iowa State Bank wishes to congratulate the fine county 4-H organization on its outstanding record of progress and achievement, We honor each and every leader and member of the Kossuth County 4-H Clubs. . Iowa State Bank "One good thing about living In a town with only a weekly paper Is that you get to see my face every morning across this table." MRS. WM. F. STEELE entertained her sewing club Monday evening. There are ten members In the group. MRS. TOM SAMPSON took her son, Brent, to Mason City where he is enrolled In the Mason City Junior College. Kevin Hoover and Bill Specht are also freshman at the college, The boys are all 1966 graduates of Algona High School. M- XI Chapter will meet Tuesday, Oct. 4, at the home of Mrs. Don Sherman. XI- XI and Zeta XI have been meeting several nights recently to build a float for Band Festival Day. HOSTESS ON SUNDAY Mrs. Paul Halve rson was hostess to a large group of friends Sunday afternoon for & social time, Those la attendance were Mrs. Jack Purcell, Algona; Maureen Shannon, Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Jens P. Sorensen, Humboldt; Grace Darst, Moorland; Mrs. Ernest Miller, Gllmore City; Mrs. Francis Hefley, Hardy; Pauline Ramey and Stella Kaplan of Iowa Falls; Elieabeth Sloan, Clarion; Mrs. Melvln L. Meyer and Mrs. Gerald C. Meyer of Brltt; Mrs. Bob Stevens and Mrs. Bill Norland, Jr. of Algona. Their husbands were Invited for a delicious supper. Mrs. Chester A. Willey provided the women's entertainment with one of her popular "Painting Parties". Each guest painted a "Teddy Bear" block. The children were also at the party. THE COMPLETION of the Leon Martin apartments on West Kennedy street has been delayed by failure of the shipment of bricks. It Is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Burt, Mrs. Joe Greenberg, Ernest Godfredson and son Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ness and Mark Seeley. THREE WHEELER 88-year young Ira Ashing of Grlnnell uses a custom built tricycle to travel around Grinnell. The trike was built for him by his son-in-law, Albert Davis. ARE YOU 'BUGGED WITH TOO MUCH WORK? THEN CALL FOR FREE GROCERY DELIVERY I (Twice daily even) GROCER Algona's Home*owned Bank Member F.P.I.C. In the Algona Area, 1967's going to be an In year at your Quality Buick dealer's, SchultZ BrOS., South Phillips St., Algona, Iowa A>~ m m I V-X y V = BUICK Your Quality Buick dealer says Now 1 ' like nobody else. Hes got a line of cars new from engines to brakes to the new GM safety features And nothings now-er than the Buick look You could spend a lot of time just looking. But wait till you get your hands on the keys to one of these 67 Buicks You think they re going to be easy to give up? Come to think of it, why should you give them up ? Four out of five new car buyers pay Buick si^ed prices Make sure you get the Buick,and all the good things that go with it

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