The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1967 · Page 2
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, Jan. 19, 1967 RIG O N7A U PP E R Jb.E $ M O t fj CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of the Methodist W.S.C.S will meet Jan. 19 : Sept., Mrs. Fred Bartlnlom-w; Oct., Mrs. James Powell; Nov., Mrs. John Cash; Dec., Mrs. Jerry Payne; Jan., Mrs. William Runchey; Feb., Mrs. Everett Burr; Mar., Miss Dittmer; A;ir., Mrs. J. A. Reid; M-y, Mrs. Effle Teeter. All meetings will t« held at 1:30 except Mrs. John Cash at 2, Mrs. Runchey at 2, Miss Dittmer at 1:45 and Mrs. Reid at 1:1D. June 1 with Mrs. Jon Putnam and June 2 with Mrs. Leroy Strohman at 8 p.m. - o - SUNDAY SESSIONS Sunday, Jan. 22, the Senior MYF of the Methodist church will meet at 5 p.m. Hjsts will be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will. At 7 p.m., the Metho- Mates will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell. - o - BAPTIST WOMEN Circles of the First Baptist church women will meet Thursday. Circle 1 with Mrs. Clara Crulksliank and circle 2 with MI-S. Paul Richardson. - o - SLATE MEETINGS Circles of the United Presbyterian Women will imetThurs- day as follows: A, witli Mrs. Laura Hough; B, Mrs. Fred Pannkuk; C, Mrs. Fred Geigel and D, Mrs, Dick Meyer. - o - INSTALL OFFICERS Installation of officers was held Monday by the Rebekah lodge. Mrs. Julia Johnson was installed as Noble Grand and Mrs. Himry Lund as chaplain. Mrs. Lloyd Pool, now of Renwick, was outgoing N;>ble Grand. The rest of the officers were retained. - o - ROYAL NEIGHBORS Royal Neighbor Lodge met last Tuesday with Mrs. Elizabeth Post. Atlia Hardgrove is Oracle, Mrs. Elizabeth Post, vice oracle, Mrs. MyraOstrum, chaplain, and the remainder of the offices will remain as in 1966. - o - DEGREE OF HONOR The Degree of Honor met Mem- day evening. M-s. Ellen Marshall, out-going president, wus succeeded by Mrs. Merle Webster. TOM HEDLUND, 5 Mrs. Herb Hodlund gave two parties in honor of the fifth birthday of her son Tom-ny. Jan. 13, guests were relatives. Saturday, his guests were neighbor children. The children played tames and refreshments were served. EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Esther Helbsrg entertained the "Eight Specks" 500 club Wednesday evening, Jan. 18. - o - NEW OFFICERS New officers for Catholic Action Guild of St. Cecelia church are Mrs. Ferman Heinen, president; Mrs. Ed Crawford, vice- president; Mrs. Ronald Buscher, Secretary; and Mrs. Howard Miller, treasurer. MR. AND M/<S. Leo Kollasch went to loivct City last Wednesday where the former entered University Hospital for exam'n- ations. JIM WALKER had discontinued his taxi service and is now employed by National By-Pro-Jucts. MR. AND MRS. August Schmidt and Linda drove to Sioux Falls, S. D. Sunday to see Mrs. Schmidt's son, Delbert Moore, who suffered injuries in an accident several weeks ago. He is slowly gaining in strength and overcoming some ailments which wore disagreeable. He is now •able to be propped up and it is believed in a few more weeks he will be begin to regain use of his legs. MANY ALGONANS will remember the Jens Sondergaard family of Spencer who made their home here while Mr. Sondergaard supervised construction. The older son, known as "Jiggs", has been mayor for some time and was recently married. Paul Bernhard Tells Seneca Club Of Trip SENECA - the Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H Family Night WAS held Jan. 9 at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. A ham dinner with all the trimmings was served by club members. Brian Johnson, club president, welcomed parents and guests, and gave a vivid account of his Chicago Award Trip taken at Thanksgiving time. He then introduced Paul Bernhard who showed slides and told about his recent trip to Europe, a trip sponsored by the Iowa Swine Producers Association. Brian also announced that the 4-H club card party was to be held Saturday evening, Feb. 18, to which the public is invited. Tickets sales will begin in the near future. Hci also presented the club leaders, Ray Bergum and Roger Jensen with belated Christmas gifts. Parents enjoying the courtesy included the Roger Jensens and the Ray Bergums; also the Amy Cherlands, Fred Johannesens, Delmar Fischers, Wayne Ny- mans, Robert Lynchs, Henry Wil- bergs, W^yne Lynchs, Paul Bern- nards, Richard Parsons, Art Bergumr,, Maurice Welsbrods, and Claude Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were guests. - o - Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hildm.Ji and daughter of Burt were Wednesday evening supper guests of the Wayne Ohnem s. Kurt and Paul Miller of Early, Iowa, have spent the past two weeks with their grandmother, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson. Their parents, the George Millers, are on a two weeks vacation '.rip to California. The Blakjer Lutheran Church Women will meet Thursday- afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick as hostesses. Devotions and Causs will be presented by Mrs. Kabrick and Mrs. Henry Looft will have charge of the Bible Study. Seneca Modern Mixers Club entertained their husbands at a party Sunday evening at the Joe Maddens. Co-hostesses Included Mesdames W^yne Ohenmus, Henry Looft, Clifford Gangested, Herbert Krause, Robert Burt, and Richard Bauer. Entertainment was 500 with prizes being won by Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Ted Jensen, Mrs. Wayne Nyman, Clifford Gangested and Mrs. Gangested. The February party w.'ll be held at the Wayne Nymans on Fab. 19. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. AlvinCyphers, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Everett Wltham, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Calvin Vuadt and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause of Mason City were Friday night and Saturday visitors at the parental Herbert Krauses. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hel- m?rs and sons, Tony and Terry of Milan, HI., visited from Thursday until Saturday at the parental Everett Withams. Tom Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch began work last Monday morning as a computer operator in the service Building on the Campus at Iowa State University, Ames, Tom is a graduate of the St. John's High School at Bancroft and also from the Automation Training Incorporate in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham visited C. 0. Biiiley who is a patient at the Palo Alto Memorial Hospital at Emmetsburg, Sunday. The Withams reported that Mr. Bailey was feeling much better than when he was admitted to the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and children visited Sunday afternoon at the Bertha Pomrner home, Algona. Mrs. Pommer is the children's great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis England, Ringsted. The dinner honored Mrs. England who had recently observed a birthday anniversary. Dick Lynch, secretary of the Kossuth County 4-H Club Boys, helped conduct a training school, held Saturday afternoon at the St. John's High School at Bancroft. Mrs. Henry Looft outlined the duties of club reporter. Officers of the SenecaStars 4-H Club in attendance included Cathy Bergum, Becky Jensen and Ann Fortney. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry England of Tulsa, Oklahoma, visited this past week at the homo of the former's parents, the Lyle Eng- n n Q a Q p a o Q Q Q fl a a p o o o • a o o o a_oj Sears \Vi HP CANNISTER VACCUM 2 speed with straight attachments with powermate attachments CIALS Mode! 14 KENMORE SEWING'MACHINES REDUCED <20°° 10W30 MOTOR OIL 10 qt. Can Was $3,89 NOW »3 17 Sears Catalog Sales Office 115 E. State Tele. 295-3549 AAa998tlBeBeOOOOOtOQ 00 QJIa. UJ>«8.A.8J1_£ lands. Jeiry recently returned to th3 s'ates after having completed a tour of arm;- duty in Europe and has now received his discharge. He and his wife will return to Tulsa where she is employed as a registered nurse and he will teach at a Helicopter School. Set To Teach Ruth Benschoter Park, daughter of Hollis Benschoters, has accepted a position in the Cedar Rapids school system in the 4th grade at Truman school, following her granduation Feb. 4 from the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Fenton Chit • Chat Hininiiiitiiii The Senior Band of Sentral will go to Swea City January 30 for the State Line B;uid Festival. The Grade and Jr. High solos and small groups will go to Mason City February 11 for contest. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Watte. It was voted to send $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute of Independence this month. Mr. and Mrs. EldonHurlburt and family moved from Fenton to Fort Dodge over the week-end. Mr. H irlburt will be employed in the post office there. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell were Sunday dinner guests of the Dick Underwood's Pvt. Ronald Krause will leave Thursday for Fort Dix, New Jersey, after spending a ten day leave with his parents the Erwin Krauses. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwartz and Miss Edith Laage spent Saturday at Rockwell City with Mrs. Carl Schwartz. Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer and family of Humboldt spent the weekend at Sioux City with the Roger Dreyers. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wegener and Mr. Ed MJtchell were Sunday dinner guests of the Glenn Flints for David Wegener and Rhonda Flints 9th Birthdays. Friday evening callers of the Martin WegenersforDavid'sbir- thday were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pompe and family. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and Mrs. Charles Feye and family called at the Martin Wegener home. The Fenton Legion held a Chili and Oyster Supper Saturday for the Fenton Firemen and the past Legion members. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Jentz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jentz, and Mts. Edna Mueller were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. George Jentz. The Depew circle met at the home of Mrs. Robert Huskamp Thursday afternoon. The lesson was given by Mrs. Wm. Weiner and Devotions by Mrs. John Finnested. There was one guest, Mrs. Jerry Storhmanpre- sent. SAVE 20% to 50% SOFAS Famous Brand Names reg. $279.95 NOW $148.88 SEALY Mattress or Box Springs reg. or firm NOW $38.88 extra firm NOW $48.88 a HOLLYWOOD BEDS twin size complete frame and headboards RATTAN FURNITURE chairs, tables, baskets, hampers and gift items SAVE 20% SAVE 20% to 40% modern early american meditteranean contemporary danish maple walnut pecan DECORATOR STYLES IN FINE FABRICS $300 to $329 NOW $258.88 MANY MORE REDUCTIONS NOT LISTED $218.88 •am, ....^JWM.^^,,.,... t ... Sharp Price Reductions on Quality Home Furnishings, Floorwide, Storewide STARTING TOMORROW! After returning from our Chicago Markets we must liquidate our floor stock to make room for our new stocks arriving for Spring. xTJMl DECORATOR LAMPS SAVE 20% to 50% Table Lamps P r ' ces ci i f rom Floor Lamps $ 1288 Chain Lamps to $48.88 RUGS IN ROOM SIZES NOW SALE PRICED SAVE 20% to 50% REMNANTS 10 x 12's 10 x 15's 12 x 15's 12 x 20's ALL SIZES POPULAR TYPES OF BROADLOOM REDUCED FAMOUS BRAND Nylon ~ $6.88 sq. yd. Acrilan — $7.88 sq. yd. Polycrest - $7.88 sq. yd. Many Others Owe 1 SAVE 20% to 50% Rockers Recliners $77 Lounge , " * Occasional SAVE 10% to 50% Lamp starting at Ends $15.88 Steps Coffee to $68.88 READ'S FURNITURE and WATSON INTERIORS ^F»»%«F 210 NO. PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA FREf PARKING

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