The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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6-Algono (| o .) Upper Dot Molnot Thursday, Nov. 17, 1966 E R DE S M O I N HOST CLUBS Mrs. Ed Hagg is entertaining her Knit and Sew club Nov. 15. Mrs. Rose Sigsbee entertained her 500 club Nov. 16. Mrs. Edith Buchanan is entertaining the Idle Hour Club Wedneday. - o - BIRTHDAY DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch entertained at dinner Friday evening in observance of the birthday of their daughter, Mrs.Duane Riley. Others in attendance were Mr. Riley and David, Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. John Putnam and Mr. and Mrs. William Funk. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS Birthdays of Good Samaritan Home residents on floors two and three were observed Nov. 8, the Pink Ladles Auxiliary in charge. HOST WINNERS After a certain length of time of playing bridge, scores are checked and the losers entertain the winners and losers this time were Mrs. Ralph Bauer, Whltte- more, Mrs. Paul Owens, Mrs. Ed Adams and Mrs. Burt Harmes. They entertained the winners, Mrs. Don Prleskorn, Mrs. Roland Ostwald, Whittemore, Mrs. Don Ferris and Mrs. Leroy Gevlngs by going to Fort Dodge and first attending the Lutheran Women's bazaar, Beckers Flower shop, dinner at the Holiday Inn and last the Decorators Workshop. Mrs. Prleskorn was much surprised to see her father, Joe Koll, and also saw her uncle and wife Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koll, Lakewood, Calif., who are In Fort Dodge briefly. - o - COFFEE HOSTESS Mrs. Myra Ostrum entertained at a coffee Thursday and had as guests Mrs. Nellie Campbell, Minneapolis, Mrs. Gladys Chapman, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Ethel Potter and Mrs. Celia Deal. The first three are sisters, former Hodges girls. Wesley C.D.A. Is Host To Area Courts The C. D. A. entertained 50 officers and past grand regents from the courts of Algona, Bancroft, St. Benedict, St. Joe and West Bend, Nov. 8. Several musical numbers were presented by girls from Garrlgan High School. Connie and Corinne Borman played a piano duet, "Canadian Capers." "I Love Dear Hearts and Gentle People" was sung by Ruth Cassel, Connie Borman, Phyllis Lichter, Cindy Reding, Kathy Plathe, Kathy Boudewyns, Pat McGulre, Fran Goecke, and Corinne Borman. Sue Nelson and Ruth Cassel played a piano duet, "Stormy Weather." Pauline Pfeffer, chairman of the entertainment committee, gave an account of her fat losing program. Other members of the entertainment committee were Dorothy In the Algona Area, who's the In Crowd talking to? Buick dealers, mostly. Schultz Bros., south phiiiip. st. for a special Christmas ... P 5sr/ Make this the Christmas you'll always remember by giving a beautiful diamond to the one who means so much. Call our store now and make an appointment for a private showing in our exclusive new diamond room. Over 90 styles of quality Kaynar diamonds — including the famous Marquise cut. Call today /or a showing. A Small Pown Paymtnt * Your Good Crtdit Rating Entitle* VtV TP Your Ckolct Of 90 Stylos Of Diamond Rings. Becker, Mathilda Goetz, Irene Peterson, Bernadine. Hamilton, Josephine Lickteig, Helen Young* wirth, Blanche Rasmussen, Rosalie Bonavia, Rita Youngwirth, Ruth Lickteig and Lucille Nelson. Lunch was served by Sara Raney, Rosalie Studer, Mildred Cosgrove, Linda Flaherty, Irene Hanig, Rosemary Stott, Helen Koppen, Marcella Studer, Esther Reising, Janice Erdman, Marjorie GoetE, Joe and Mathilda Matz. Five hundred was played. Rose Hauptly and Mildred Studer were prize winners. Marilyn Arndorfer's name was drawn for the door prize. The local officers and past grand regents have been invited to a party at West Bend, Nov. 28. The next business meeting and the annual Christmas party will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 13. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hrubes, Joan and Wanda and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer were dinner guests in the Gus Brandt home in Clear Lake, Nov. 6. The Geo. Welltck family of Charles City were Nov. 5 guests in the R. C. Bauer home. Grace Kouba has sold her home to Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis and has moved into an apartment in the Leon Martin apartments in Algona. The Otis family plans to move from their farm northeast of Wesley. Miss Kouba is employed at Mor-Gro in Algona. Mrs. Bernice Vitzthum entertained her contract bridge club Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Seller accompanied Mrs. Dale Swaneyand Mr. and Mrs. June Nobel of Britt to Ft. Dodge Saturday where they attended the wedding of Mary Margaret Seller, daughter of the Vincent Sellers, to Ronnie Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Olson spent the Nov. 6. weekend with her sister, Donna Bleich, at Colona, 0.1., where she teaches school. Patty and Jerry Olson were guests of their grandparents, the Frank Bleichs, during their parents absence. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hauptman spent several days over the Nov. 6 weekend visiting relatives in Independence and Manchester. Prairie Neighbors Homemaker Club met Nov. 8 with Mrs. Hazel Studer, with her daughter assisting. Mrs. Marie Doughan and Mrs. Dale Johnson were guests. The ladies,had, a hobby display and election of officers. Mrs, Maud Studer was re-elected president; Mrs. Mildred Arndbrfer, vice; Mrs. Ella Hanig, treas.j Mrs. Mildred Baylor, sec.; Mrs. Darlene Smith, music chrm. Their Christmas party will be held Dec. 6, secret sisters will be .revealed and new names drawn. Five hundred will be played, A baby girl, 7 pounds, 4 1/2 ounces, was born Nov. 6 in the Britt hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Clnk. The little miss has been named Susanne Lynae and she joins two sisters and two brothers. Mrs. Dennis West cared for the Clnk family during Mrs. Gink's absence. Mother and daughter were brought home Wednesday. Mrs. John Muehe was brought home Thursday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had major surgery. Betty Bode entertained her contract bridge club Nov. 7. Joan Loss won the slam prize. Sandy Heard will have the next party. Lori Ann was born to Keith Neuroths of Algona in the Britt hospital Nov. 1. Mrs. Neurath is the former Janice jelsbecker and they have another daughter, Sheila Ann. Urban Neurath is the paternal grandfather. There was no school in the Corwlth Wesley Community school Friday as parent-teacher Miss Anderson Is Engaged To Wed Dec. IS Rusk Drug & Jewelry JOYCE ANDERSON Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert M. Anderson announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Elaine, to Robert A. Holcomb, son of Mrs. Edward J. Hough and the late Bud G. Holcomb. Miss Anderson and her fiance are both seniors at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. The wedding will be Dec. 18. conferences were held. There will be no school Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rlcke went to Omaha, Tuesday to attend an annual meeting of the Omaha Bank for Co-ops, a 3-day meeting. Bodes visited their son Mark and family. Bleich is manager of the local Farmers Coop Elevator and Ricke is manager of the lumber yard. Nadine Engen who is taking her senior* year in radiology in Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids, spent the Nov. 6 weekend in her parental Paul Engen home. Seventy-five K.C. members of the Algona Council and their families were guests of local members and a breakfast Nov. 6 after the 80' clock mass. A guild circle served the breakfast. Insect Pest Control Talks Slated Doe* 9 Farmers and others Interested in corn and bean production will want to mart Friday, December 9 on their calendar, reports Galen DeValols, county extension director. This is the date of an all day Weed, Insect and Disease School sponsored by the Kossuth County Extension Service. The meeting will feature three well known Extension Specialists from Iowa State University at Ames. The meeting will deal with pests and their control on corn and soybeans. The open meeting will be held at the V.F.W. Hall in Algona from 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. TROUT • Harold Teeters, Greene, caught a "lunker" trout while fishing at Richmond Springs which weighed 8 pounds and was 23 1/2 inches long. A CLASSIFIED' GST FAST WOULD YOU BELIEVE • •B TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY To those who supported me !n my campaign, both financially and morally, to those who worked diligently on my behalf, to the loyal friends who supported me at the polls, to the special friends to whom friendship and trust were more important then party affilia* tion, I wish to express my gratitude and heartfelt thanks, I consider that I have gained far more than I have lost. The experience has been an education and I have gained many new friends, whom I might not otherwise have had. Many thanks to you all. MANCIL HURLBURT Swea City, Iowa to our NEW LOCATION in SJOG REN'S GROCERY ...and we'll be FEATURING for FANCY, DRESSED POULTRY OF ALL KINDS • Tender, Juicy TURKEYS FOR BEST SIZE SELECTION ORDER NOW I YOU CAN CHOP, SHRED AND BALE STALKS IN ONE OPERATION WITH THE BRADY FIELDMASTER? And that's not the whole story! The Fieldmaster also converts quickly for green chop opera* tion. Or, couple it with your 2-row chopper and you get a 4-row chopper operation. BRADY FIELDMASTER 720 Just one trip thru the field with the 720 and your tandem baler is all you need to harvest baled stalks or straw for valuable bedding. Brady baler hood feeds stalks directly to pickup reels. You have to see this 3-in-l machine work to really appreciate it. Ask us for a demonstration. BUSCHER BROS. 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