The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1966 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 2, 1966
Page 6
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6-Alflona (la.) Upper Ds« Moln«» thumb?, Ne». 3, 1966 AROUND ALGONA MR. AND MRS. Robert Watson had as guests recently Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koester of Tama and Mrs. Helen Hanlfy of Toledo, Iowa. Mrs. Hanlfy Is the mother of Mrs. Watson. WEEKEND visitors with Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parsons and their daughter, Hledi, Storm Lake. The Parsons are formerly of Algona, MR. AND MRS. Don Tletz entertained the young people's group of the First Baptist church at a Halloween costume party Saturday night. Lunch has served after Halloween games were played. Co-hosts for the party were Mr.' and Mrs. Don Riebhoff and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bitz. DR. AND MRS. Melvin Bourne attended the funeral of Mrs. Mae Kelso at Iowa City Thursday. Mrs. Kelso was a former resident of Cedar Rapids and has recently been living in Arlington, Va. near her son, John. Mrs. Kelso was a cousin of Dr. Bourne. MR. AND MRS. Jim Geelan visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller of Grundy Center recently. iffliitiiiiiimMiM^ MRS. GENE HOOD returned home Monday from Des Moines where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Frances Bonder, and her brother-in-law, C. W. Conner, who are both hospitalized there. MR. AND MRS. Lynn Kueck were visited by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Braun of Waterloo Sunday. The Brauns were also visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Braun. MR. AND MRS. Beanie Cooper will entertain their discussion group Sunday, Nov. 6. The program will feature Leo Cassel as speaker. His topic will be political Issues. Paul Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson, Swea City, entered the service Tuesday at Ford Ord, Cal. where he will have his basic training. The Hansons have been in California since their marriage. Mrs. Hanson is the former Patricia Bailey daughter of the Elmer Baileys. She will continue to live in Glendale, Cal. where they have been making their home. Barry Craig, was born Oct. 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simpson at th« Brltt hospital. They have one other child, 5 year old Kim Renee. Den I had a Halloween party at the home of their leader Mary Railing with Betty Bode assisting, Thursday afternoon. Den H had a Halloween party at the home of their leader Jeannine Ackerson Tuesday, Addle Lee- big was assistant hostess. Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her contract bridge club Friday. Mary Forburger was a guest. WED 40 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens' fortieth wedding anniversary was observed Saturday by dinner at Van's Cafe with all their children present. Following dinner, the family and friends went to the Dick Sarchet home for a farewell party for David Barie, son- in-law of the Jergens who is leaving soon for Viet Nam. Mrs. Barie and son Tod will live with the Jergens while David is away. - o - WED 50 YEARS Mrs. Kate Stephenson and her sister, Mrs. Hattie Burlingame, attended the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hash Sunday at Corwith. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cole, Burt. fORECASr-.COLDER! A PERFECT TIME TO INSTALL YOUR IXIORG Heavy Duty Automatic ti\ Gas Dryer [The Perfect Drrer for DURABLE PRESS fabrics. I and all other fabrics, too! I CHECK THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES PUSHBUTTON FABRIC SELECTOR - Allows choice of drying with three fabric selections and room temperature air. Cottons and linens. Wash and Wear, Lingerie and Delicate or Fluff (room temperature air). EXCLUSIVE STOP-N-DRY CONTROL - Located in door, permits selection of tumble or no-tumble action. 4 WAYS TO DRY - This exclusive feature permits dryfncj of any article that Is washable ... and some that aren't. Dry the most.delicate knitted woolens, fragile laces, pillow*, stuffed toys - even nylon stockings. MULTI CYCLE TIMER WITH ILLUMINATED DIAL — One, control provides a choice of two drying cycles for safe, efficient, automatic drying of all fabric). YEARS FROM NOW YOU'LL BE GLAD IT'S A NORGE SEE THEM TODAY! Thermogas Of Algona Whin you alwoyi gil "HUi CARPET" S*rvlc« I SO PHIUIPS ST. 295-2841 0urt Youth Unit In County Home Halloween Visit BURT - Saturday afternoon ^e Kossuth County Home was jpvaded by witches, ghosts, ^jowns, pumpkins, etc. Several members of the Burt ^roman s Club took twelve young^ e if' dressed ^ their Halloween ^,stumes and carrying Jack-o- j^nterns to the county home where ^entertained the residents ^ith Halloween songs and stories. •e club also sent down cookies candy favors. d ^ en goln « were Joel i, Dawn and Joel Stenzel, and Jay Cranston, Ann and Bradley, Cheryl and June jjanson, Brenda and Monica Jur- ,ens and Barbara Herrick. Ladies driving were Helen 0mltn, Marlene Stenzel, Maree ahnson and Iva Jurgens. Brownies' Halloween BURT _ Tuesday night after school two Cadet Girl Scouts, £arol Sill and Cynthia Patter- 0on, who are working on their preparations for the Challenge O f Social Responsibilities, were' jiostesses at a Halloween party to members of the Brownie £couts. In hosting the party for children, Cadets Carol and Cynthia are learning to be good hostesses as well as guests. The party was held at the town hall. Games supervised by the Cadets were pl aye d and refreshments were served. The girls were Assisted by their leader, Mrs. Jlussell Patterson. Plan Activities For Girl Scouts BURT - Ruth o. Patterson was hostess in her home to members of the Girl Scout committee members. J 1 ^? were f started tor Scout activities coming up in the near future. Among these events were plans to attend the North Iowa Council Conference for leaders to be held at Hotel Hanford, Mason City, on Nov. 15, and a Da » ^ d Dau e h ter Date Night. 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