The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1967 · Page 2
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2-Algona (la.) Upper DM Moine. Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1967 Lone Rock Lady Loses Mother; Burial Jan. 15 LONE ROCK - Mrs. Kate Collins of Llvermore, passed away on Thursday January 12th at her home In Llvermore. Mrs. Collins Is the mother of Mrs. Mer- wln Marlow of Lone Rock. Several Lone Rock residents attended her funeral on Sunday, Jan. 15, at the Methodist Church In Llvermore. Mrs. Collins was 83 years of age and mother of five children, Mrs. Roy Salmon of Llvermore, Mrs. FaborDugan Humboldt, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Lone Rock, Mr. Francis Collins and Donald Collins of Llvermore. - o - There were several families from this area who attended the wedding of Mr. Kermlt Krueger and Miss Bunny Thomas in Forest Lake, Minn, on Saturday, January 14. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, E. A. Lees, Roy Jensens, of Loae Rock, Lorenz Gades of Whittemore, Raymond Newold of Brltt, Melvin Meyers, Bryan and David of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock spent Sunday with their son and family the John Cottons in Spencer. They were celebrating Willis Cottons birthday. The Ladies "500" Club met Wednesday afternoon at the American Legion Hall In Lone Rock. The hostesses for the afternoon were: Mrs. Lenore Meyer, Neva Thompson, and Floy Marlow. The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union will hold one of the 1067 sectional tournaments at Ayrshire, West Bend, and Sentral on February 11, 13, 14, & 16th. Sentral will be the host school on the last three nights. The teams included in this tourney are Armstrong, Ayrshire, Havelock- Plover, Laurens, Mallard, Ringsted, Rolfe, Sentral, Twin Rivers, and West Bend. Pairings for this tournament will be announced soon. Woman's Club, Titonka, Has A Meeting TITONKA - Titonka Woman's Club held a meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Carke Miller. Mrs. Laura Nicholson presented the lesson, "The Gospel According to Peanuts". Mrs. Lois Brandt gave a short topic on the life of Stephen Foster, after which the group sang several folk songs. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Laura Nicholson. AUXILIARY MET American Legion Auxiliary met Monday at the home of Mrs. Dwight Garrett. Assisting hostesses were mesdames: Art Boyken, Pete Haines and Henry Orthel. - o - FEDERATED CLUB Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the Library Community room. Hostesses were mesdames: Wilbur Sexton and Loren England. Florence Reynolds talked and demonstrated the art of decorating cakes. Mrs. Wm. Amesbury gave a short talk Foods." The next on "Convenience meeting will be a pot luck supper followed by election of officers, to be held at the Kenneth Krantz home with Mrs. Wm. Amesbury co-hostess. - o - The Larry Pearson family has moved to a farm near Algona. The Larry Anderson family has moved to the house vacated by the Pearsons. U-Go-l-Go The U-Go-I-Go 4-H club held a monthly meeting, Jan. 9, at the home of Marcy Diamond, with Lee Ann Schenck co-hostess. Final plans for a skating party were made. 4-H pledge was led by Marcy Diamond. Music by Phyllis Pentecost and Debbie Bulten. Bernadette Reilly gave a talk on choosing and buying towels and sheets. Sherry Bulten gave a demonstration on a personality chart. Mrs. Schenck. Guest was PHEASANT Besides getting two "norm-l" pheasants on the last day of the pheasant season this month, Clarence Zweibohmer of Ossian bagged an albino pheasant. ITS Ml COME ON IN! YOU'RE WELCOME! CORN-SOYBEAN CLINIC FRIDAY, FEB. 10 Gorrigon High Auditorium from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON IT'S ALL What About. . . SOYBEANS, The Cinderella Crop? REGISTRATION AWARDS 9 A.M. - Tractor Radio 1 P.M. - Treatment Oiler Given by Pamline Windup Award - Portable TV f t For WEED CONTROL - INSECT CONTROL - DRYING Visit With Clyde Might - Nat'l Corn Growing Champ Bring Yourself, Your Neighbors - An Enjoyable And Instructive Day Awaits You FEB. 10 CORN • SOYBEAN L I I YOUR HOSTS: THESE SUPPLIERS A«D THEIR AREA First Name in Heibicide Research DEALERS SHELL CHEMICAL CO, BEHLEN

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