The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 14
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper , Aolnes THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1966 HOUSEWARMING COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst entertained their couples club Saturday evening. High score winner was James Kolp and Mrs. Herbst was second high. - o - HELD SUPPER Mrs. Louis Lynk was hostess to the Royal Neighbor Lodge covered dish supper Monday evening. - o - HOLD SERVICE Rev. Noland of the Methodist church conducted worship services at Good Samaritan Sunday. A piano has been loaned by the Vic Parsons and hymnals have been given by the Methodist church. The opening of the services was preceeded by group singing. - o - PLAN RETREAT The seventh annual Presbyterian Men's Retreat will beheld Oct. 15 - 16 at Blakes Grove Park Camp at Ackley. Registration will begin at 2:30 Sat- •urday and the meeting will conclude with communion and lunch .Sunday. BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Grace Larson was given a birthday party Friday afternoon by Mrs. Ethel McEnroe, Mrs. Catherine Arndorfer, Mrs. Leo McEnroe, Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. Christine Didrlksen. The guests provided refreshments. - o PARTIES SLATED Mrs. Dick Cowan, Mrs. John Dole, Mrs. Gerald Ferris, Mrs. Walter Hagen, Mrs. Beryl Priebe, Mrs. Phil Diamond Mrs. Corwin Peer are entertaining at parties Tuesday. - o CLUB MEETINGS Mrs. Ted Larson Is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. L. E. Hovey Is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. W. A. Foster was hostess to her canasta club last Friday. - o - WED 49 YE AltS Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey are going to Shakopee, Minn, for the weekend and will be with Mrs. Muckey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blinkman whose 40th wedding anniversary will be observed. Mr, and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig were given a surprise housewarming Monday evening at their new home on Colby street. In attendance were Messrs and Mesdames Marvin Hackbarth, G. A. Wlttkopf, Paul Lemkee, Dick Beisell, Howard Raney, Sterling Slmonsen, Don PeCoy, Ray Keene, Marlln Meehlhause, Andrew Marty, Woodrow Johnson, Leo Immerfall and Ronald Gardner. After an evening of cards, the honorees were presented with a gift and refreshments were served by the guests. - o MR. AND MRS. Dick Post are in Chicago on a business trip. DR. AND MRS. L. R. Potter spent the weekend at Vermilllon with their son Don and family. MR. AND MRS. August Slagle and Orville Duncan went to Strawberry Point Saturday to attend funeral servies for Mrs. Frank Slagle, former resident here. She had been in a rest home the past four years, and until she was 84 was still able to teach piano. Mr. Slagle, uncle of August died several years ago and at one time spent five years teaching in the Philippines. They were parents of a daughter Cyrilla, now Mrs. Eiler Jensen. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Kuhn were at Emmetsburg to see Mrs. Kuhn's sister, Mrs. HattieClum, who Is again hospitalized after a few months at home. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Kuhn went to Okoboji Tuesday to winterize their trailer and enroute home stopped at Spirit Lake to visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peter- VOTE FOR W. B, (BING) MacDONALD Republican Candidate FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY KOSSUTH COUNTY PARTNER — SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT, ATTORNEYS, ALGONA. TRIAL DEPARTMENT, KANSAS CITY LAW FIRM — TWO YEARS. PRESENT COUNTY ATTORNEY IS SEEKING HIS SIXTH TERM — IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE. VOTE NOVEMBER 8th COME IN AND SEE THE FABULOUS NEW OLDSMOBILES & RAMBLERS AT ACTIONLAND, ALGONA T967 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME HOLIDAY SEDAN 1966 RAMBLER AMERICAN ROGUE HARDTOP FOR THE ECONOMY MINDED BUYER WE HAVE A FEW 1966 MODELS LEFT AT CLOSE-OUT PRICES - BOTH SEDANS cmdHARDTOPS SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS! Don't Delay - See These Today DAU'S GARAGE WHERE THE ACTION 1$ 50, OODOE ALGONA son, former Algonans. MR. AND MRS, Harold Gilmore returned home last Wednesday from Ossing, N.Y. where they had visited their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Klebanoff. MRS. NELLIE Van Allen spent the weekend in Des Moines attending a state board meeting of the School Food Service Association. She is also chairman of Civil Defense. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Graham went to Milwaukee, Wis. Friday and remained till Monday, visiting Mrs. Graham's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Chlpman. Enroute home, they stopped at Beaver Dam and saw Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lauritzen for a brief time. The Laurit- zens are former Algonans and Mr. Lauritzen was Kossuth County Superintendent of schools. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Hutchins and the latter's mother, Mrs. Hazel Lusby, have returned from Milwaukee, Wis. and Whitewater where David, eldest son of the Hutchins, is teaching at the university. They made the trip home via Baraboo and La Crose, arriving home Monday. MRS. FLORENCE Peterson had major surgery Monday at the Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge. MRS. DENA Boekleman and Mrs. Henry Otto are hospitalized at St. Ann. MR. AND MRS. Duane Arend entertained Kelso Van Note of Buffalo, New York Sunday by having dinner and supper guests. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend, Rose and. Christine Arend, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Arend, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arend and family of Whittemore. Mr. Van Note came by plane to attend the funeral of Waif Waltman and stayed for a 10-day visit. Mrs. Peter Arend and Mrs. Waif Waltman are sisters of Kelso Van Note. MR. AND MRS. Ted Larson will be leaving soon for their winter home at Clerwater, Fla. Enroute they will stop at Madison, Wls. to visit their son- in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. William Hobblns and family, and at La Porte, Ind. to visit another daughter, Mrs. C. M. Fischer and' family. FRIENDS OF Mrs. Paul Benjamin, nee Alice Moline, former Algonan, will be Interested in learning she was married quite recently to Mr. Wright. They live at Coral Gables, Fla. More details will be had soon from a friend with whom she corresponds. MR. AND M*S. Andrew Hanson had as Sunday guests Hazel Brooks and Frances Wright, Eagle Grove. MR. AND MRS. John Sires and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. John Sires Jr. and Wendy, Cedar Rapids. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Gilbert are on vacation,' taking a trip along the Mississippi, stopping at Guttenburg briefly, then to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn, where they have relatives. Mr. Gilbert's mother, Mrs. Chris Magnussen, Jackson, Minn., Is here to be with the daughter Martha during her parents absence. MRS. W. A. Foster had as guests Monday and overnight her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kemper of Arlington, •^ ! BETSEY WEBER and her roommate of Des Moines spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen. Mrs. Groen is mother of Betsey. MR. AND MRS. L. E. Hovey have been visited by the former's brother, Arnle Hovey, Inglewood, Calif., who went from here to visit other brothers and sisters- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey and Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hovey, Jenosha, Wls. MRS. JOHN Dutton Is expected home from Omaha, Neb. the latter part of the week. She is with her son and daughter-in- law, to whom a son was born recently and has been named Robert Joseph. Other children in the family are Gary and Jan. MRS. MABEL Paxson will be having guests soon from Fallbrook, Calif, her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ploof, the latter of whom was Jessie Waterbury, surname of Mrs. Paxson before her marriage. MR. AND MRS. Robert Williams attended Parents Day and Homecoming at Drake University, Des Moines, where their son Jack is a student. They also celebrated his twenty-first birthday. JANE GE1LENFELD has returned from Houston, Tex., New Orleans, La. , and points in Mexico where she visited her brother-in-law and sister, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson. The Olsons will soon be moving to New Orleans. Mr. Olson is employed with a construction company, hence the frequents moves. They have a house trailer but this time they did not set it up and took an apartment instead. Someone took their car which was parked In front of the apartment, drove it some distance and set fire to it, damaging It completely. Annual Carnival The annual Garrigan High School fall Carnival will be held there next Sunday. A smorgasbord dinner will be served from 3-8 p. m., with roast beef, ham and meat balls heading the menu. A feature of the Carnival will be a drawing for an RCA color TV or a $500 savings bond, a transistor radio and an electric blender. _ .;....-. f wp Fined $100 Here In Court Two men, Lawrence Weig, Armstrong, and Reuben L. McArthur, Algona, were each fined $100 in Mayor BUI Finn's court here this week following preliminary hearings on intoxlca- CORRECTION ! In the Household Goods Auction sale carried in Tuesday's Upper Des Moines, at Fenton for the Mrs. Herman Luedtke Estate, the time of sale was given as 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 15. The Sale will be Oct. 15, but at 1 p.m., NOT 7 p.m. DANCE AT HAND'S PARK Saturday, Oct. 15 - Music by Jack Schultz Orchestra "Old-Time and Modern" Invite Your Crowd LET'S GO! Smorgasbord every Sunday • • SHOP DIAMOND'S - JACKET HEADQUARTERS OP N.W. IOWAI Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New York, N.Y. (Specl.D-For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain—without surgery. In case after ease, while Kently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. 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