The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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CLUB PARTY Algona Country club women held their weekly party Sept. 28. Winners were Mrs. Merlin Baker, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. Hostess Oct. 5 will be Mrs. John Kohlhaas. —o — FIRST LUTHERAN WOMEN The annual Meditation and Prayer Service of First Lutheran Church Women will be Wednesday, Oct. 5, beginning at 8 p.m. Mrs. Lester Pierson of Forest City, Iowa will be showing slides of her recent trip to the Holy Land and Africa. This is the first year it will include the husbands. Everyone is welcome. - o - • MRS. EVA DEM and her sister Mary Beiser have been visited by their sister, Mrs. L. R. Hornbuckle of Spencer and daughter Mrs. Charles Woodlin, New Jersey. Sunday, they had as dinner guests their nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson and little son Todd, Irvington. Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Irvington, took Mrs. Deim and Mary Beiser to Bancroft one day last week to spend the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kramer. MR. AND MRS. Earl Bowman had as dinner guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, Jr., Dodge City, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. ; Leo Lallier, Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, Lone Rock, Mrs. Sarah Lallier and Mrs. Eliza Angle and the respective families. MRS. L. J. NELSON entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon^ >• MRS. MABLE SAMSON had as callers last Monday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cory, Midvale, • Utah. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips at Sexton. They are cousins of Mrs. Samson and the Phillips'. MR. AND MRS. Oliver Mathson spent a few days last week at Minneapolis with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Closen, and son, Melvin Mathson and families. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Burris has as guest Sunday the former's brother, Dale Burris, Minneapolis. MRS. HARRY CUTLER has been visited a few days by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jodi Cutler, Christen and Tracy, Ames. Jodi has been in Minneapolis with the crew but will be back in Ames when his family gets there. They left here Friday. MR. AND MRS. Bernard Dahlhauser had as guests Saturday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Umbrell, Scott and Michael of Spencer. They came to attend the Band Festival. MRS. CELIA DEAL has as guests this week her sisters, Gladys Morian Strand, Grangeville, Idaho, who has been at Graettinger with another sister, Sue Morian Simonsen. Both are well-known former Alggnans, Mrs. Deal lias also been visited by her granddaughter, Gretchen Deim, who is employed in Minneapolis. MRS. ETHEL POTTER has returned from Omaha, Nebr., where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed "Bud" Zender. She stopped at Tarn a to see an old friend, Mrs. Maude Carpenter and at Ft. Dodge she visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. R. B. Chapman. MRS. PAUL DETTMAN and her nephew, Dick Godfredson, were in Des Moines last week, guests of Mrs. Dettman's son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkki. Thursday, Mrs. Dettman and her brother, Ernie Godfredson, went to Burt to see'their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Woltz. SUE MOULTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, came home from Mount Vernon to spend the weekend with her parents and attend Homecoming and the Band Festival. She is enrolled at Cornell College. GRADY PHILLIPS, Clarence Macumber, Willard Zeigler and Truman Shackelford attended a 'floor covering meeting at Clear Lake Sept. 27. Offer Nurses A Refresher Course Soon available in this com- minity is, a planned reorientation course for Registered Nurses who wish to acquire additional understanding and practice of nursing skills. The course consists of 36 hours of instruction using a patient- centered approach based on scientific principles and will integrate aspects of public health, mental health, nutrition, pharmacology and rehabilitation. Supervised clinical experience of 30 hours will be offered with theory as much as is possible. A small tuition fee will be charged to help defray local costs of the program. This program is sponsored by the State Department of Health and in conjunction with the Iowa Nurses' Association and the University of Iowa Health Occupations Education Program. Mrs. Richard Campney, Burt, Tuesday, October 4, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper DM Moinct will hold a meeting to discuss the course and answer further questions of interested nurses the first week of October. The course will begin the week of October 10th. Anyone wishing more information may contact Mrs. Campney at 924 - 3266 Burt Phone. Republicans Open Headquarters Kossuth County's republican headquarters located across from the Ford Garage in Algona will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. beginning Monday, Oct. 3, according to county chairman C. R. Schoby. There will be someone on hand during those hours with information and literature on candidates for county, state and national offices. A voting machine has also been set up in headquarters for anyone wishing to familiarize himself with voting procedure before Nov. 8. INSTALLED At the 140th annual session of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Order of Odd Fellows held in Philadelphia last month, Knoxville's A. M.. Black was installed as its Sovereign grand master. 5 Winners From 5,000 Registration Five Algona residents were the winners in a drawing held at the Schultz Bros, open house last Thursday. Dean Benschoter won a record album, Evelyn G. Ferguson received a set of bowls, Mrs. Bernard Briggs won a radio and Mrs. Victor Rochleau and Robert Reilly were given coffee- makers. Wes and Armin Schultz, owners of the firm, stated that nearly 5,0.00 people registered for the drawing during the celebration - including a visitor from Belguim. Cooperative Month Governor Harold E. Hughes has issued an official proclamation — October is Cooperative Month — which reaches into nearly every home in the Kossuth County area. 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