The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1966 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 23, 1966
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3-Alcona (la.) Upper On Molne* Wednesday, Nov. 23, JOAN POST came from Sioux CitV Thursday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DiSk Post, Bob, Rick and Rex an3 grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Poltt. She is attending St. Joseph's School of Nursing. AND MRS. Walter Klamp welt to Bancroft Sunday to see th£ latter's aunt, Mrs. Lottie Isenberger. Mrs. Isenberger plans to make her home with Mfjs. Mary Stauder for the winter. ftRS. FRANCES MOE had as supper guests Saturday Linn Gould, Minneapolis, Bruce Gould, St. r ; Cloud, Minn., and Joe Arndorfer. JESS DUGAN left Sunday via bus for Rochester, Minn, where he .: will go through the clinic. MR. AND MRS. Ted Vera of Buffalo Center will be dinner guests Thursday of the former's mother, Mrs. Hazel Vera. WORD HAS BEEN received of the death from a heart attack at Buffalo, N. Y. of Mrs. Howard Carey, nee Marie Doran, daughter of Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, of near Chicago, Mrs. Zittritsch is the widow of Joe Zittritsch, former Algerians, and the daughters Sarah, Frances Ann and {Catherine Doran will be well remembered, Mrs. Hoyt Raney, the sister Sarah of Wesley, left Tuesday to attend funeral services. MRS. VEDADOYLE came from Ellsworth Monday to take her aunt, Mrs. Eva Wille, to be with her sister, Mrs. Delia Woodard, who is seriously sick at Ellsworth. MR. AND MRS. S. L. Brown are coming from Trenton, Mo. for a weekend visit with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor. MR. AND MRS. Mitch Taylor spent from Sunday till Tuesday in Des Molnes on business. HUGH BLACK and children will be Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Black's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Kaln. MRS. GEORGE SAYLES, San Diego, Calif,, reports that her mother, Mrs. Hilda Gronwall, who went there to spend the winter is making good recovery from her fall in which she suffered a broken hip, It has been pinned and a plate put in. She is haying therapy in the hospital and being taught to walk on crutches, DR. AND MRS. Ray Potter spent Sunday at Nevada with their son James and family, The son, Mike, 10, has recently returned from St. Mary hospital, Grand Rapids, Mich., where he had orthopedic surgery. Ha has made excellent recovery and it is expected nothing further will have to be done. MR. AND MRS. M ten Taylor are having as guests at dinner Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wlllrett. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Dahlgren are parents of a son born Nov. 16. IRA BONNETTE has had recurrence of a former ailment and has been taken to St. Ann hospital for transfusions. FRED HAGEN will have as Thanksgiving guests his sons- in-law and daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schram, Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson of Britt, MR. AND MRS. Charles Schaeffer had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Jake Sch- witters, Wall Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane McGregor and family, Bancroft. MR. AND MRS. Robert Slgsbee will have as Thanksgiving pests the mothers, Mrs. Rose Slgsbee and Mrs. Adolph Bruellman, West Bend. MRS. C. H. SIMPSON has as guest this week her sister-in- law, Mrs. Alma Simpson, Nevada. They will be guests Thanksgiving of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hunsley, Britt. MR. AND MRS. Tony Schmitt plan to spend the week of Thanksgiving at Des Molnes with their r on-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Matera, and at Davenport with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Kratt. MR. AND MRS. Donald Trupke spent the weekend at Carroll with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Trupke. They will also be there for Thanksgiving and will be joined by Mrs. Trupke's mother, Mrs. A. a Swain, Boone. Jelly Neighbors, L-Creek, Meet The Jolly Neighbors Club of Lotts Creedk met Tuesday even- Ing, Nov. 15 at the home of Phyllis Rusch. Newly-elected President Gladys Kading presided and 11 members answered roll call - My First Christmas Present from my Husband. The lesson on foundation garments was given by Anita Vehling and Gladys Kading. Mrs. Bickert, county Red Cross representative, spoke on Red Cross work and asked our club to find solicitors for Lotts Creek township. Several members agreed to help. Plans were made to have the Christmas party on Dec. 14 with a dinner at noon at the Cunningham Cafe at Burt. WOMAN'S CLUB The Fenton Woman's Club met last week at the home of Mrs. Hans Baago with Mrs. W. E. Laage as co-hostess. Mrs. Ray Stoeber and Mrs. Arlo Ranney were In charge of the program. Fourteen mem* bers and two visitors answered the roll call, "A safety driving habit to follow". The club was then taken oft a trip to Hawaii via colored slides shown by Mrs. Ray SATURDAY KIDDIE MATINEE NOVEMBER 26 - WO P.M. "Hercules, Sampson & Ulysses 11 Plus Four Cartoons Matron on Duty ALGONA RCA VICTOR COLOR TV - STEREO - RECORD PLAYERS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! SHOP NOW ... WHILE SELECTION IS COMPLETE I Aotts a^ J : -sig ^ lv '~ .^ov a* oW a The BRANDYWINE • HH-852-From scalloped gallery to bracket feet, this Colonial lo>boy is an authentic replica of Federal Period design. Antiqued Colonial Maple or Dark Heirloom Pine veneers and selected hardwoods, lids and top. veneers on reinforced wood-fiber. H-29W, W-62%', D-24V4". Also available i VHF-VHF" Wireless Wizard" Remote Con- • > t»*« „***•* -T-.r-'Mf-!'-', f,^f, H*f3ft- ' >«• BB!? ra// tubfdtatonal-»19S j<f. IK. plttutt ' •""*'"' '""' ••"•<) 'Overall lube dlagnnal—29S sq. 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