The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1966
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LuVerne High Honor Roll Names 31 Best Students Nine students in the LuVerne High School rated the "A" honor roll and 22 more were on the "B" honor roll it was announced this week by Howard H. Smith, high school principal. Following are those accorded the first honor roll ratings. "A" honor roll: 12th GRADE-Rita Patterson, Tom Steil, Daryl Trauger and Paul Trauger. llth GRADE - Coleen Johns. 10th GRADE - Don Bristowand Connie Hefty. 9th GRADE - Marty Bowman and David Ristau. "B" honor roll: 12th GRADE - Dennis Awe, Rex Bristow, Delores Eggleston, Richard Hersbergen, Luana Leek, Bart Selby, Gerald Sill and Zelda Witzel. llth GRADE - Jean Casey, Mary Cronk, Rebecca Daley, Gary Ernst, Bob Fett and Henry Schnakenberg. 10th GRADE - Mary Hanselman. 9th GRADE - Anna Marie Bahmann, Larry Casey, Larry Curry, Raejean Hewitt, Teresa Pedersen, Kathy Trauger, Linda Wilhelm. Four marks of B or better are required. An A does not balance a C. For the A honor roll four or more A marks are required. The four highest marks are considered for students taking five subjects, if needed. Loses Finger In LuVerne Farm Mishap LUVERNE -, MeMn Marty suffered an accident at his farm home early Tuesday morning of last week. His sons, Dennis and Douglas, were assisting him in putting up equipment to fill silos. A rope broke and the little finger on his left hand was severed and the next two fingers required stitches. Melvin is in satisfactory condition. - o- The Rev. and Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer attended a Methodist sub-district meeting in Plover. The first meeting of the club year of the Friendly 500 club was held with Mrs. Frank Gronbach. ,Mrs. Cecil Joliffe was a guest. At play, high went to Mrs. Anna Hanselman and low to Mrs. Eli Eager. Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, her daughters, Beulah and Doris Eggleston of Des Moines, have returned from a week's vacation to Brunswick, Ga., visiting their son and brother, the Bob Eggleston family. The J. J. Club were guests of their club president, Mrs. Albert Hefti, Fri., Oct. 14. James Mallory was their guest speaker and spoke on the library project. Mrs. Carroll Gillespie, the former Margaret Engel of Renwick, showed slides of the recent trip Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie made to Europe. Guests of the club were Mrs. Gillespie and Mrs. Edwin Hunt. The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Edward Elbert. The children of the late Mr., and Mrs. Charles Goetsch held their annual fall reunion Sunday, Oct. 16 at the LuVerne town hall with about 80 attending. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona were the committee for the get- together. The committee for 1967 are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf, the former Bertha Goetsch of Bancroft. Towns represented were Algona, Ft. Dodge, Bancroft, Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Ventura, Northwood, Belmond, Humboldt, Calender and LuVerne. The Progressive Club were hosts to their husbands at their annual 6:30 p. m. dinner at Tre- loars at Ft. Dodge. Hostesses were Mrs. Max Patterson and Mrs. Lucinda Stone. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake, Rev. and Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walline and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hanselman. Invited guests were M-s. Wilma Baskerville, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Jergensen and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weber. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bjustrom of Stratford were recent dinner guests in the Cliff Bjustrom home. Slate Several Club Meetings In Swea Area SWEA - EAGLE - The Swea City Women's Club will meet at the. home of Mrs. Mervin Johnson Thursday, Oct. 27, with Mrs. Fred Moellering assistant hostess. Roll call, an Indian character. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson will have the program on the Tama Indians and Mrs. Moellering will give Federation news. Evening Star Circle of the Methodist church will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. John Dontje. Junior Mission will meet October 28. - o- Douglas Johnson, son of the Mervin Johnsons returned home last Thursday after a week as a surgery patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Douglas had an appendectomy, followed by pneumonia. Mrs. Richard Waterbury, Cherokee, visited at the home of Mrs. Mervin Johnson last week. She had spent the week at the home of her parents, the Jens Madsens. The Everett Johnsons and Ole Johansons were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Verna Johnson, Fairmont, and the John Johnson home. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery, Mrs. George Harner and Mrs. Wallace Reynolds have paintings on display in the Fairmont Business and Professional Women's Art Show. Mr. and Mrs. Art. W. Larson and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt attended the testimonial dinner for Stan Greigg at Storm Lake. Governor Hughes was present also. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hurlburt were Sunday coffee guests at the home of her parents, the Joe Fleirs at Armstrong, and were evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Johnson. ~The Carl Schauberger family were Sunday guests at the home of her brother and family, the Paul Garrys at Stewartville, Minn. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, North Kossuth chairman, and Mrs. George Wolfe, south Kossuth chairman, Algona, met at the home of Mrs. Wolfe, to assemble T.B. Seals sales kits. There will be a meeting and luncheon Friday at the Algona Hotel. All chairmen are urged to be present. Sunday coffee guests at the Albert Anderson home for his birthday were his parents, the Art Andersons, William L. Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Weekend guests at the Laurel • Peter sen home were the Otto Falks of Spicer, Minn., parents of Mrs. Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Petersen were Sunday dinner guests at the Laurel Petersens, and Evan Johnsons of Le Sueur, Minn, was an afternoon guest. The Wallace Dawson family was among other members at a family dinner at the Walter Dawsons Sunday at Dunnell, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ormal Guinn and children were weekend visitors at relatives, the Gene Paynes at Runnells. Pat Guinn attended Iowa State Homecoming festivities at Ames. Pat is a student at Mankato. Friday evening guests at the Darrel Bishop home were Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Runksmeier and family, Ledyard. Mrs. S. Hammer, Humboldt, spent Monday through Wednesday at the home of her daughter and family, the Darrel Bishops. Saturday callers at the William Tobin home were his brothers and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Algona, (la.) Upper DM Molnw-TUESDAY, OCT. 25,1966 George Tobin, East Chain, Mr, , and Mrs. Jim Tobin, Rosseau, Minn., and the Jim Tobins' daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Bishop and Barbara were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and family, the Darrel Bishops. Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ervin Smith their birthday club observed birthdays of Mrs. Carl Lofstrom and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt. Other guests were Mrs. Harry Larson, Mrs. James Koons, Mrs. Junior Askland, Mrs. Tony Grabianowski, Mrs. Dennis Looft. Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt Tuesday. Mrs. Elvin Swanson of the Swea - Harrison club was kind enough to attend and give the lesson of fitting of founda- tion garments. Plans are pending for the November meeting. INVINCIBLE MEtAL NTTURE fraachiiei dealer Upper Det Motet Pfcb. Co. ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY Coras Natalie WOO* BLAKE COWARDS' The Great Race " Rummage & Bake Sale SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 8:30 -12 Noon Congregational Church Basement AIGONA, IOWA MNGIIUIDE Eat Out Often In ALGONA THE JOHNSON HOUSE ON SO. PHILLIPS SMORGASBORD Sunday Moon and Friday Night PRIVATE DINING ROOMS SEPARATE COCKTAIL LOUNGE CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB SO. ON 169 DINING ROOM OPEN 5:30.11:30 P. M. 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