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Ney. 17, 1966 AROUND ALGONA Begin Planning Bill Reding Named To All BY RUTH SHIERK MR, AND MRS. Albert Hagg returned last Monday from Monrovia, Calll., to be with their sen, Franklin Hagg, at the Sioux Vafley hospital, where he is confined following a car accident. He Is expected to be hospitalised for several more weeks. RECENT SUNDAY guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen were his aunt, Andrea Andreasen of Ringsted, and Emi] Andreasen , and family of Emrnetsburg. JERRY SEILER, husband of Barbara Bartlett and son of Mr. and M-s. Julius Seller of St. Benedict, was released from the Army last Wednesday after serving his tour of duty at Ft. Sill, Okla. He arrived in Algona Friday to report to the draft board. His wife, a teacher at Storm Lake, joined him here for the weekend to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, and his parents. Bill Bartlett, student at Morningside, also spent the weekend here with his family. Dr. G. E. Bartlett of New Sharon, father of Wes Bartlett, arrived Monday evening for a visit with the family here. THE NEXT duplicate bridge play will take place Monday at 7:45 p. m. at the Legion hall. In the last master point play, in first place were Marie Hawcott and Marie Kunz; second, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Altman; third, Mrs. Coslow and Mrs. Jacobson of Britt; and fourth, Mrs. Helen Laing and Mrs. Jackie Mueller. In the last regular play, in first place, were Mrs. Beth MUler and Mrs. J. C. Everds; second, Clara Zender and Mrs. Harold Gilmore; and tied for third were Mrs. Marie Hawcott and Mrs. Marie Kunz, as well as Mr. Tibbies and Dr. Lauscher of Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet will stop at Luther College at Decorah to pick up their son, Bruce, and daughter, Sharon, students at the college. They will then proceed to Join Mr.Sundet's mother, Mrs. Nora Sundet, at Spring Grove for Thanksgiving Day. MR. AND MRS. Ed Wolcott will leave Saturday for a four- month vacation in Florida. They will be driving and are not certain where they will spend their stay. MR. AND MRS. Edwin C. Wittkopf will be visited by their sons for the Thanksgiving weekend. Harlan, who was home last week for pheasant hunting, will come from De Kalb, m., where he is a sophomore at North Illinois University. Jerel is a senior at Concordia College Jn St. Paul, Minn. JIM PARSONS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons, has recently spent a tour of duty in mountain survival in the northern part of Washington state near the Canadian border. In the rigorous training, he lost sixteen pounds in nine days. He left Tuesday for one week's training at Camp Campbell in Kentucky, after which he will be returned to his permanent base at Travis Air Base near Sacramento, Calif.' MRS. CORA FLEMING of Whittemore, mother of Mrs. Craig Smith, was admitted for diabetic treatment at St. Ann hospital Monday. Some of the family will arrive next week for the Thanksgiving holiday. A sister of Mrs. Smith and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer of Chicago, will bring their son, Edward, student at St. Ambrose in Davenport. Also visiting will be Mrs. Edward Owens of Chicago and another sister, Mrs. Robert Sanchez and Gary of Albuquerque, N. M., who will arrive by plane. These sisters will arrive Tuesday to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Smith spent Father's Day weekend at Iowa City last weekend with their son, Bob, who will also be here for the Thanksgiving weekend, as will his brother, Mike! student at St. Mary's at Winona, Mian. STEVEN JAMES, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen, was baptized Sunday at the Methodist church. MRS. DON Hemmlngsen entertained her bridge club Thursday evening, Mrs, Julian ChrlschU- les held the winning score. m. AND MRS, Don Kingfleld went to Ames recently where they visited Mr, and Mrs. Robert Jungle and their new son. MR. AND MRS. Richard Thoreson entertained their couples bridge club Saturday evening. Winning scores were held by- Mr. Jerry Cowan and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald. The MacDonalds were guests for the evening. ZETA SI chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Jim Cowan Tuesday evening for their business meeting. Guest speaker was Marguerite Kalar and the subject was poetry. The business which was transacted included setting up a committee to help prepare the Algona Refrigeration building for the bazaar Dec. 3. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Terry McGuire Nov. 28. MR. AND MRS. Kirk Hayes spent Sunday In Mason City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes. Dinner was in celebration of the junior Hayes' son, Billy, who was four Wednesday. MR. AND MRS. Dean Parrott were visited Wednesday by Mr. Parrot's brother, Clalr Parrott of Alta. MR. AND MRS. Wm. Navio- chlck spent last weekend in La Crosse, Wise, where their son- in-law, Leonard Funk, attends the State Teachers College and is on the football team, TheNovio- chicks attended the game which was played Saturday. MR. AND MRS. bonHemmtng- sen spent Sunday in Storm Lake where they visited Mr. and Mrs. H. W. George. Mrs. George is Mr. Hemmlngsen's sister. MR. AND MJtS. Dean Parrott had as visitors last week Mr. Parrott's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lyon from Des Moines. RALPH ELBERT, admitted to St. Ann hospital last Friday with a lung congestion, was reported to be Improving and was removed from the oxygen tent Sunday morning. Their son, Don, en- route to California, arrived Sunday evening and left by plane from Ft. Dodge Monday morning. Adult Evening Star NW Iowa Grid Team Classes Here The planning committee for the Adult Education program of the Algona Community School met Nov. 7. The major objective was to develop an agenda of classes to be offered. It is expected to begin most of the classes on or about Jan. 9, 1967. All planning is tentative at this time, subject to securing facilities, obtaining qualified Instructors and the development of possible course content. Serving on the planning committee this year are Mrs. John Schutter, Dick Godfredsen, Lelghton Mlsbach, Frank King, Mrs. Don Meyer, Milo Kollasch, Bill Steele, Atha Hardgrove, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Robert Lalng, Lloyd Ashland, Mrs. Arthur Koh- Diaas, James Andreasen, Mrs. Paul Puffer, Mrs. Dick McGinnis, Mrs. Clifford Etherington and Mrs. J. F. Milder. Also assisting from the high school staff are Mrs. Janet Sowers, Kathryn Sorensen, Mrs. Helen Kelley, Dlann Wischhof, Adolfo Franco, Mis. Jane Nettleton, Ervin VanHaaften, Charles Ullorn, Manuel Febles, Bill Langman, Richard Schneider, John Vint and Adolph Knobloch. Course possibilities suggested by the planning committee are beginning knitting, advanced knitting, beginning sewing, advanced sewing & alterations, upholstery, cake decorating, modern math, public speaking, speed reading, beginning typing, advanced typing, Investments & marketable securities, southeast Asia and the modern world, general record keeping, shorthand, decorating your home, oil painting, creative crafts, and ceramics. Bill Reding, Algona Garrigan's 188 pound, 6 ft. 4 inch senior quarterback, was named Tuesday to the All-Northwest Iowa All* Star high school football first team. The team was selected by sports editors of northwest Iowa daily papers. Bill's team mate, Dick Muller, was named to the second team at end. Dick is a 235 Ib. senior. Doug Logue, Twin Rivers back, was also named to the second team. His team mate, Dale Frederick, was named to the third team at tackle. Honorable mention went to one Algona High player, Tom Claude, end. Others from the area on the Honorable Mention list were Dale Rosslng of Twin Rivers, Jim Youngwirth of Algona Garrigan, Jack Muller of Algona Garrigan, a junior fullback and brother of Dick Muller, and Dan Laffey of Armstrong, also a back. It is expected that the All-State teams of the Iowa Dally Press Ass*!!, and the Des Moines Register will be announced later this week or Sunday. Bill Redlng's selection to quarterback the NW Iowa team came as no surprise. He accounted for 1,472 yards by himself in eight games, and threw for 948 of them to complete 74 of 130 passes. He threw for 14 touchdowns and ran for 10 more. He also handled the punting for Coach Beanie Cooper's team which completed its best season since establishment of the school and football competition. Also, sculpturing with clay, general metal shop, woodworking, gumsmlthingfi shell reloading, beginning conversational Spanish, literature & drama, contemporary affairs, dealing with people, principles of insurance, beginning bridge, advanced bridge, basic aviation, men's recreation, women's recreation, layman's law, red cross first aid, and driver education. If there is Interest in any other adult class in addition to those suggested, or if there are any questions, call Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie, 295-3518, or write to Frank Brusie, Director Adult Education, Algona High School. Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. in Algona-competitive catalog prices. Finance Your New of Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA Algonan Weds Clear Lake Girl The marriage of Miss Janice Marie Petersen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Petersen. Ventura, and David C. Humphrey, Algona, was solemnized Saturday afternoon at Zion Lutheran Church at Clear Lake. He is the son of Mrs. Al Mefford, Louisiana, Mo., and Owen Humphrey, Rock Island, m. The Rev. Murley Sevortson of Zion Lutheran Church read the ceremony. A reception was held afterward in the church* parlors. FLOOR SHOW SATURDAY, NOV. 19 Eye - Appealing and Exciting JACK SCHULTZ ORCHESTRA Smorgasbord every Sunday Have Your Christmas Parties HERE III (08) THANKSGIVING SMORGASBORD Serving from 11 to 2 p. m. (Noon Hours Only) All you can eat for $2.00 SPECIAL Children's Rates at HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. (88) Ends Saturday Night Basement Sale! EVERYTHING MUST GO all new stock at the lowest prices Dresses & Sportswear This is the final basement sale of the year, so we're offering new quality dresses and sportswear at prices that make buying a pleasure. All merchandise is from our regular stock. We need more room, so take advantage of these special savings. 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