The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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MRS. BERL PRIEBE drove to Des Moines Sunday to meet her husband at the airport He had been in New York on business. They went on to Kansas City to visit friends and attend the American Royal Livestock Show. MRS. FRANK KOHLHAAS was recently visited by her cousin, Mrs. Gertrude Iverson, Brookfield, m. She is a daughter of the late Alma Nelson. MR. AND MRS. Jess Baker, Salem, Wash., are visiting friends in this area and Irvington and with a brother of the latter in Nebraska. They plan to be in the Algona area for some time. Mrs. Baker is the former Nina Roney. MRS. JEAN WADSWORTH and Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster have returned from a trip to Chicago, Niagara Falls and Toronto, Can. They had planned to go to Halifax but a cloudburst made the trip inadvisable. In Chicago they saw Mrs., A. E. Olson, nee Mabel Carr, a former Algonan. MR. AND MRS. John Gerber are now residents at the Good Samaritan Home. They are leav? ing their home just as it is and will spend a little time in it when they feel -the urge to be there a few hours. MR. AND MRS. DonHemming- sen and family spent the weekend at Mitchell, S. D. with Mrs. Hemmingsen's brother and sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Smallwood. LAWRENCE HUTZELL joined his wife at Earlham Thursday where she had been called by the critical sickness and death of her father, Alfred Standing, 98. Funeral services for Mr. Standing were held Friday there. MRS. LEROY CRAPSER has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital where she had been under treatment for kidney stones and varicrose veins. She went to Mason City Friday with her grandson, Mark Mains, to see Mr. Crapser at Mercy hospital. He suffered breaks in the bones of each arm in an accident last week. TOM DAILEY suffered a fall about a year ago and-was hospitalized for some time. He is now able to get around with a cane, and Thursday moved into one of the apartments in the Robert Johnston house on McGregor street. He has a first floor apartment. 1 For sqme time he was at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, then with his son- in-law and daughter atHumboldt. MR. AND MRS. Loyola O'Brien spent the weekend at Waterloo with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart, and attended Homecgming with them at Cedar Falls where Mrs. Stewart is a senior student. The previous week, the O'Briens attended Homecoming at Ames where their daughter, Maureen, is a sophomore at the University. MRS. J. F.HOFIUS entertained her Thimble Club Monday. WEEKLEY PARTY Algona Country club ladies held their weekly party Oct. 19 with Delia Welter and Mrs, Phil Diamond hostesses. Winners were Mrs. Phil Diamond, Mrs. Julius Kunz, Mrs. Dan Bray and Mrs. LeRoy Geving, travel. New officers for 1967 are Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. Al0*ia, (la.) Upper DM Meinw TUESDAY, OCT. 25, 1966 295-2832, or Joyce Hayden, 2952366, Algona. A non-profit organization, TOPS is based on a type of group therapy designed to help members solve weight problems through discussion. Any weight goals and diets will be obtained by individual members from their doctors. There are 150,000 members, which include men, women and children of all ages, creeds and color. THE UPPER DES MOINES Kossuth County's Largest Newspaper Circulation. FOR SALE OTTO WICHTENDAHL ESTATE Farm of 157.50 Acres Described as SEfrl '/2, 3-96-30 Soil-Webster & Clarion Possession March 1, 1967 if interested see: Kenneth Bellinger, Fenton, la. or McMahon and Cassel, Algona, la. 79-84 i FARM SALE CALENDAR NOV. 12, SATURDAY - E. J. (Jiggs) KOLLASCH sale at store of all _ groceries, etc., in a closinfc-out auction, 1 p. m. sharp. Complete details will be printed at a later date. The store is located on U. S. 169, north of St. Joe at the West Bend corner. November 19, Saturday - Public auction of Edward Thilges on farm 8 miles south, 2 miles west and 3/4 mile north from Algona. Sale begins at 1 p.m. with full line of John Deere machinery, including three tractors and other items. Quinn and Kleve, auctioneers, and Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Complete details in the UDM later. Forming Tops Club, Algona A TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) club is being formed here. Anyone wishing information may obtain it from Alma Warwich, ^••a ^^mm ^HBH BM ^^^m I^PH ^^^ ^^^ ••••• ^^— ^-^— • —— NOTICE THE CITY OF ALGONA WILL SMOKE TEST SANITARY SEWER LINES EAST OF NORTHWESTERN RR STARTING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1966 AND FINISH MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1966. SMOKE IS NON-TOXIC, WONT STAIN AND IS NOT DANGEROUS IF IT ACCIDENTLY GETS INTO THE HOUSE. REASON FOR SMOKE TEST IS TO DETERMINE THE LOCATION OF WHERE THE STORM WATER IS INFILTRATING INTO THE SANITARY SEWER LINES. PLEASE CHECK YOUR DRAINS TO SEE THAT WATER IS IN THE TRAPS SO THAT THE SMOKE WILL NOT GET INTO YOUR HOUSE. ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES Announcing RELIGIOUS CENSUS IN ALGONA SUNDAY, NOV. 6, 1:30 P.M. TO 2:30 P.M. If you are an Algona resident, one of 200 workers who have f volunteered for this census will visit your house. This is part of an all- A denominational survey to establish accurate records of church member- f ship or preference. If you will not be at home on this date, please watch this newspaper next week for a special form to be filled out and left on the door of your home. Churches providing workers for the census are: St. Cecelia's Catholic, First Methodist, Presbyterian, Congregational, Trinity Lutheran, First Baptist, St. Thomas Episcopal and Mazarine. Your help will be appreciated. Please help to make this census complete and accurate. ALGONA RELIGIOUS CENSUS COMM — Representing the churches of Algona —

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