The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 10
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10-Algono, (la ) Upper Dei Moine* Thwr«d0y, Nov. 10, 1966 700 View Hobby Show Exhibit Shown here is the Algona Hobby Club's display at the Algona Hobby Show Friday. An estimated crowd of nearly 700 attended the show. An estimated crowd of nearly 700 attended the Hobby Show Friday afternoon in the V.F.W. Hall. Visitors were able to see a wide variety of hobbies during the afternoon. Mrs. James Fries, Burt, displayed her hobby of pastel sketches. Mrs. Fries says she enjoys sketching when her husband fishes. Among the thousands of pencils in Earl Neal's collection you will find some with the history of the Civil War printed on them. Mr. Neal, LuVerne, has been collecting pencils for over 30 years. Mrs. Carl Callies, Titonka, demonstrated liquid embroidery, a new hobby many are trying. Mrs. Robert Bemer, Lakota, displayed colored bottles which she had created from old bottles and a special paint. During the show Mrs. Leonard Warner, Algona, painted and ati- qued a ceramic figurine. Mrs. Clair Bellinger, Lone Rock, gave many people ideas on how they can create arrangements from wood and weeds. Mrs. Wm.Dau, Algona, displayed flower trees, shell and cornhusk trees and goose egg jewel boxes. If you don't want to invest in a hobby then you can do like Mrs. Mary Telkamp, Lakota. Using discarded articles around the home, Mrs. Telkamp "creates things from nothing." This year a special effort was made to include men in the Hobby Show. William Wyatt, Algona, displayed his work with rocks and jewelry. Kenneth Harris, Algona, showed how to create new lamps from old ones. Also among the men displaying at the show was F. C. Soderberg, Burt, who has done some lovely collage pictures. The Four Corner Club participated in the Hobby Show, displaying a wide variety of hobby ideas. Glass trees, gold angels, hand molded ceramic figures, topiary trees and cornhusk dolls are only a few items displayed by the Algona Club Friday afternoon. In charge of the show were members of the Kossuth County Home Economics Committee. These are Mrs. Wilbert Ruhnke, LuVerne, chairman; Mrs. Russell Patterson, Burt; Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht, Lakota; Mrs. Wm. Amesbury, Titonka; Mrs. Tom Lickteig, Wesley; Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Algona; Mrs. Philip Fisher, West Bend; Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt, Whittemore and Mrs. Elvin Swanson, Swea City. Good Neighbors Aid Ditsworths Of Swea City SWEA & EAGLE - Friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. Wendell Dltsworth Wednesday of last week to harvest the corn crop. Men brought corn pickers, and numerous other machines. On hand to do the job were Jack Reece, Wallace Dawson, Irvin Reutzel, Fairmont, Minn., 0. R. Person, Harold Carr, Walter Goraczowski, Lave me Larson, Harry Larson, MancilHurl- burt, Tom Hurlburt, Leonard Larson, Earl Kvamsale, Andrew Drones, Eddie Bauer, Kenneth Schmicking, Johnle Tobln, Richard O'Green, Maynard Madsen, Arnold Madsen, Art Larson, Merlin Carlson, Claude Johnson, Orville Thoreson, Ole Kvamsdale, Walter Magnusen, Art Kracht, Kenneth Brones, Ormal Guinn, Floyd Brekke, Everett Thorson, Warren Brones, Irvia Smith, Sylvester Goraczkowski, Richard Larson, Jim Rock, Merwin Johnson, Howard Busch, Paul Wiechmann, Terry Johnson, Steve Dltsworth, Ray Gustefsen, William Tobin, and Orville Rippentrop. If this list is not complete, we are sorry to have in- advertantly emitted anyone. Among the ladies who furnished food and help were Mmes. Wallace Dawson, Jack Reece, Floyd Brekke, Arnold Duer, Art Larson, Walter Magnusen, Kenneth Brones, Virgil Tokheim, Everett Thorson, Walter CC Green, Harvey L. Larson, Harry Larson, Jim Rock, Andrew Brones, Terry Johnson, Laurel Peterson, Everett Johnason, Earl Kvamsdale; again we hope no names have been ommitted. Ledyard Girl Shower Honoree LEDYARD - There will be an open house shower for Miss Connie Mitter, bride-to-be of Larry Simonismeier, at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church on Sunday afternoon, November 20 at 2:30 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. No other invitations are being sent. Miss Miller, whose home is at Savanah, Illinois and her fiance are both students in the Drake School of Pharmacy in Des Monies. They will be married December 18 in Savanah. Baptismal Rites At West Bend Baptismal rites were held last Sunday in St. Peter's and Paul's Catholic Church, West Bend, la., for Sherrie Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Harms, West Bend. Sponsers were Barbara Ann Weydert, and Jerome Weydert of St. joe. The Harms now have two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Weydert, St. Joe are maternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Harms, West Bend are paternal grandparents, Mrs. Nick Fisch, of Algona being great grandmother. A CLASSIFIED AD "" WILL GET FAST RESULTS, BENEFIT DANCE V. F. W. "- Algona SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 "Bucks For Belmond" AH Proceeds Will Go To Belmond Relief Fund MUSIC BY RHYTHM CLUB Sponsored fey Pott 9541, Algona V.F.W. WWI Vets And Wives To Meet The Veterans of World War I and the Auxiliary of the 6th District will meet Sunday, Nov. 13 in the American Legion Hall at Grand Junction, with the Greene County Barracks and Auxiliary as hosts. Following a joint pot luck dinner at 12:30, the two organizations will hold separate business meetings. Department representatives who will be present are, Post Commander Chas. Black of Greenfield, and TthDist. Auxiliary President Henrietta Sorenson of Storm Lake. Sixth District Commander Chris Garnmelgaard of Britt urges all members to attend,- and all who afe elgJMe Tor" membership but have not joined are urged to attend as guests. • »* +* ^^«^^^^»» LOCALS RECENT GUEST for three weeks at the N. J. Weydert home, St. Joe, was Mrs. Mary Kirsch, Camarillo, Calif, She is a sister of Mr. Weydert and also visited old neighbors and relatives. PVT. DANNY RENTZ, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., has been hospitalized the past three weeks with pneumonia. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Riebhoff had as dinner guests Thursday evening their sons-in- law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tschetter, Scott and Susan, Eagle Grove, and Lt. and Mrs. Richard Rath. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Riebhoff had as visitors last week their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Richard Rath. Richard had just completed his basic training in officer's training school at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. They left Monday for Chanute Air Force Base, Champaign, QL, where he will be enrolled in technical school. Mrs. Rath is the former Joyce Riebhoff. VERONICA RESTING has returned from Omaha where she attended Franco's Advanced Hair Styling School from Monday through Wednesday. MRS. ELIZABETH SEILER, David and Duane, Mrs. Karen Fogarty and Renetta Hamson spent the weekend visiting with Mrs. Seller's son, Paul. They attended the Homecoming game between Notre Dame and Pittsburg. PAT, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reilly, is attending Drake University at Des Moines and in addition is working a certain number of hours for the Bell Telephone Co. She Is also doing volunteer work at the Methodist home for retarded children. About 95 per cent of all waxes used today, including thote in ftuch diverse items AS shoe polishes, protective coatings and cosmetics, come from petroleum. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE frifiotdttJ deafer «. DM Motett P*fe. 0*. TUHl-UP SPfCIAL Algona Livestock Auction Back'n Day Sales Monday, November 14 12 O'clock Noon If you have livestock you wish looked at or advertised call us or drop us a card. Algona Livestock Auction Barn Phone 295-2648 or Virgil Spencer Raymond Spencer Res. Ph. 295-3445 Res. Ph. 295-7113 $ 5.95 i 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. (Plus Parts) Rtttlar Uktr Priot $1 JO Check ignition on Electronic Analyzer. Adjust distributor points and S«t timing. Remove plugs - clean and gap electrode*. Take compression test. Test battery cells and clean connections. Test starter draw. Test generator output. Adjust and tighten all belts and hoses. Inspect carburetor settings and adjust. Clean air filter. Test fuel pump and check fuel filter. Test all lights and wiring. Lube generator and distributor as necessary. Check valves. VALUE: — Complete wpori of enfln* condition regarding valves, rings, bearlnfi, etc. • CYL.MODILS-$4.t3 UMITID TIM! 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