The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1966
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Dei Moln»« ihurjdtiy, Nov. 1c, 1966 Auxiliary And Legion Meet At Lone Rock LONE ROCK- A joint meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary was held Wednesday night with 40 in attendance for a memorial and draping the charter service for Mrs. Amanda Pettlt. The Auxiliary welcomed new members into the unit. The president, Mrs. Rita Schroeder, requested that all members attend the next meeting for the initiation service. An additional $2.50 was sent in for district dues, gifts valued at $7 were sent to the Des Moines Veterans Hospital for Christmas, plus $1 in cash. Final plans were made for the Veterans Day pot-luck supper to be held Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. Auxiliary members were asked to remember articles for the bazaar. The next Auxiliary meeting has been changed to an afternoon meeting, Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. Members will bring their children's gifts to this meeting that will be sent to Woodward for Christmas. Bring wrapping paper and ribbon, but do not wrap gifts. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Olson of Bode were Sunday callers at the home of the Curtis Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith of Ft. Dodge visited at the Edwin Wichtendahls of Lone Rock over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomson and family of Creston were guests Sunday at the home of the Andrew Thomsons of Lone Rock. Mrs. Thomsen recently returned home from St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Clinton Rath had surgery Thursday at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough visited Mr. Newbrough's sisters, Cora and Julia Terwilliger, Humboldt,Sunday. Allan Dacken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken, was graduated recently from barber- school In Cedar Rapids. Allan has passed state tests given in Des Moines, and is now visiting at the home of his parents. He is a 1965 graduate of Sentral. - o - " BURT MARINERS Burt Mariners, Sunday night, made plans and set up committees for their annual Family Christmas gathering. The following are committees named: Decorations- Mr. and Mrs. Duane Maudsley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker. Program - Rev. and Mrs. Calbreath and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christensen. Pinnatta Comntir- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gifford. Games for older youth - Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. Games for younger youth Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, Food Committee - members of Executive Board headed by Mr. and Mrs, Bob Angus. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angus presented an interesting program on "What is Happening to Sunday?" Devotions were given by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker. Hosts and Hostesses for Sunday's meeting were Mr. and Mrs! Duane Dawdsley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson had the surprise number of the evening. Halloween Party LONE ROCK - The Lone Rock Presbyterian church entertained twice last week. Sunday, Youth Fellowship had a Halloween party in the church basement. There were about 16 present for the. evening with Rev. Bullock. Susan Blanchard led the devotions, Jill Blanchard had charge of games and entertainment and Mary Lee Madison and Mrs. Madison served refreshments. Tuesday evening, the Good News Quartet again sang for the Lone Rock church. Dorothy circle served refreshments after the concert. luiiHUiiuiiiiiiiiyuuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii SWEA-EAGLE By Mr». Kenneth Brotiei luuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiipiiiiiiiiiuiiii Mr. and Mrs. Don Von Bank and family of Fairmont were Sunday visitors at the home of his sister and family, the Jack Reeces. Mrs. Clarence Lohse, Fairmont, took Mrs, Tony Lohse, Swea City, to University Hos- Lone Reck Good Neighbors A number of good neighbors have harvested corn at the Ronald Collins farm near Lone Rock recently. Last Wednesday, the job was completed, with 108 acres picked. Men shown above, left to right, include Derwood McArthur, Ray Mertz, Robert Heifner, Robert Hanna, Everett Hanna, Duane Dittmer, Billy Gifford, Donald Strayer, Harvey Larson, Joe King, Stanley Black, Kenny Cook, Herman Thilges and Ed Lickteig, Also taking part, but not pictured, during the good deed were Lee Schenck, Ronald Hansen, Ralph Taylor, Larry Gisch and Don Riebhoff. The men were fed Wednesday at the Joe King farm by the women shown in the bottom photo. They are, left to right, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Barbara Dittmer, Mrs. Billy Gifford, Luella McArthur, Mrs. Leo Kollasch, Alice Thilges, Mrs. King, while the children are Sharon Gifford and Charles King. Other women who furnished food included Mrs. Eunice Riebhoff and Mrs. Art Baker. The neighbors helped Mrs. Collins, whose husband was the victim of a farm accident this summer. (Photos by Harlan Blanchard) Good Neighbors At Lone Rock LONE ROCK - Neighbors and friends picked corn at the Melfred Mitchell farm Oct. 26. Mr. Mitchell, who is ill and hospitalized in the Methodist hospital in Des Moines, got a helping hand with the harvesting of 46 acres of corn. There were fifteen men who brought lots of equipment and worked at the Mitchell farm south of Lone Rock. There was lots of helf from the distaff side, too, as the women brought in food and fixed dinner for the men. Mrs. Mitchell was home that day, between visits to Des Moines where she has been staying with her son, Sanford Mitchell, while visiting her husband. The women were Mary Schmidt, Ruth Schmidt, Laura Schmidt, Eliza Rath, Florence Schroeder, Millie Hammerstrom, Luella Schadenforf, Shirley Habeger and Laud, Char Hebeger and Christina Baxter. Men, left to right, back row, in the picture are Duane Habeger, Leslie Baxter, Fred Schmidt, Herschel Hartman, Ralph Hammerstrom, Alfred Schadendorf and Leo Schmidt. Bottom row, left to right, Art Zumach, Roland Baxter, John Person, Walter Dacken, Ben Schmidt and John Rath. Not pictured, Ed Mitchell and Lawrence Rath. pltals, Iowa City, for x-rays. They were gone three days, returning Friday. Mrs. Lohse will have more x-rays taken after another week. Swea-Harrison Homemakers joined Eagle Homemakers. at the home of Mrs. Jim Rock Nov. 15 for a special meeting. Former Algona Man NW Bell Plant Manager J. L. Cutler, Ames, formerly of Algona, has been named district plant manager for Northwestern Bell Telephone Company at Council Bluffs, according to a company announcement. He has been service supervisor at Ames. Cutler is the son of Mrs. Harry L. Cutler, Algona. A native of Algona, Cutler graduated from high school here in 1956. He then studied engineering at Iowa State University. Cutler joined Northwestern Bell in 1959 at Pocahontas in the construction department. He left the company in 1961 and returned to college. During the summer of 1962 he worked for the company as a trainee in the Spencer office. In 1963, Cutler received his bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering from Iowa State University. He then returned to Northwestern Bell at Des Moines as a management trainee in the plant department. Later that year, he was named service foreman at Indianola. In 1965, Cutler was transferred to the area plant office and then in April of 1965 was named service supervisor at Ames. Active in civic and community activities at Ames, Cutler is a member of the Ames Utility Committee and the Lions Club. The Cutlers have two children, Tracy, 3, and Christen, 7 months. They plan to move to Council Bluffs as soon as housing arrangements are completed. County Farm Bureau Bus To Convention Kossuth County Farm Bureau will sponsor a bus to the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation convention in Des Moines Nov. 15, and will arrive in Des Moines in time for the pancake breakfast, one of the most popular events of the convention. The State staff and elected leaders serve the pancakes, and it is a wonderful opportunity to renew old acquaintances and also visit with Farm Bureau members from over the state. The convention banquet is one of the highlights of the year. Guest speaker is Dr. Walter Judd, formed United States Congressman from Minnesota, who is an authority on international affairs and one of the outstanding speakers in our country. DC. Judd served as a medical missionary in China before the communists took over that country. The fangs of the cobra are smaller than most of the rattle^ snake but its venom is more toxic. WANT-ADS •&RIA/G •HOME BACON Some men say women spend money on groceries like a drunken sailor, They should be happy they don't spend it like a sober congressman... READY TO EAT SMOKED HAM LICED 8911 ROAST 79' WILSON'S ALL MEAT MINCED HAM 49 NEW CROP-TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT 10 - 59 C GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS 10* LB. 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