The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1967 · Page 1
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molnei Thur.day, Jan. 26, 1967 Amy Johnson. MR. AND MRS. Harold Roth came from Vail Monday to visit relatives in this vicinity and at Whittemore. They had been at Crystal Lake, Minn, to attend funeral services for Mrs. John Gappa, nee Josephine Hagg, sister of Mrs. Roth. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp had as weekend guests the latter's niece, Mrs. Roy Olin, Lynd, Minn., and Mrs. Olin's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blomquist, Jeanne and Jay, Princeton, Minn. MRS. MINNIE BLINKMAN has returned from Mason City where she spent a few days with John Fassbinder, husband of her late daughter, Thelm?.. CHERI BOECKHOLT, who attends Mankato State College, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boeckholt. MR. AND MRS. Richard Moen, Marcy and Virginia Hardgrove, spent the weekend at Storm Lake and attended the wrestling meet. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Vilas, sister and brother-in-law of Mr. Moen. MR. AND MRS. W. Holdorf had as guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nelson, Michael and Sue, Esther-vine. MRS. VERN EVANS went to Des Moines last Wednesday to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Houghton and family. She was Joined Saturday by Mr. Evans and they returned home Monday. MRS. KATHERINE SCHROE- der. who makes her home with her son Art and wife, has been on the sick list. MRS. TILLffi STEINMAN, who won a free call to Viet Nam where her son, Willie, is in service, has had to wait until conditions over there were properly fulfilled. Jan. 21, the call came through about 8:30 p. m. here. It was a three minute talk and was as clear as though he was in the room. He told her the time there, slid parts of the country were beautiful and that he was feeling fine. It was a great thrill for both. Willie graduated from high school here and was a varsity football player. MRS. MAX BAST will hive as dinner guests Sunday her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Burton Varcoe and family, Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS, Jess Dugan have purchased the John Gerber house at 401 East Lucas sureet. Mr, and Mrs. Gerber ara now residents at the new Good Samaritan Homo. The Dugans plan to move as soon as possible. MRS. MABEL LIYOGSTCtf, Apache Junction, Ariz., who la now hospitalized In Phoenix, has written afriendthatarlar a series of tests and examinations, her trouble is a nerve ailment \vhich can be cured by medication and no surgery will be necessary. She is confined to bed and act allowed up at the present tut Is expected her recovery -riU te complete in the near future. KENNETH WAGNER, Burt, who has been at Otuwa, E. on business for the company hers wiii which he is employee!,' scent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. MR. AND MRS. Harry a-irton were visited over the weekend by their son, Ronald ;md family of Storm Lake. His birthday w.is Jan. 23 and a pre-date observance was Sunday when his sisters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr., joined him at the parental home for birthday cake and ice cream in the afternoon. ANDREW HANSEN and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young, Titonka, went to Minneapolis last week to attend funeral services for Bernard Hansen, 55, a nephew win hid suffered from a rare muscular disease since childhood but for a number of years had been able to do radio and TV repair work. MRS. ETHEL COLWELL, accompanied by her daughter-ta- law, Mrs. Willis Colwell, -vis taken to Rochester, Minn, via ambulance last Wednesday. Her son went there Saturday and her daughter, Mrs. Harold Banwart, Adel, went there Monday. It was almost time for her routine check-up tut this illness has no association with her pravious ailment. MRS. MAX M7LLER was an overnight patient it St. Ann last week and had minor surgery. It was necessary to use only a local anesthetic and the ailmant was of a very minor natara. MHS, DON SMITH, SR. was dismissed Saturday from St. Ann hospital and after i pericd of convalescence at the aew Good Samaritan Ecma, will mcva to an apartment in tie Lecn Martin building on Kennedy street. The mova is being rnacie as aU rooms are an a fleer with no stairs. KITTY EA3DGEQVE, irsst- man at Eusna Vista College, Storm Lake, is jpendiaj her quarter break with ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earigrovs. MS, AND M2S. Kirk Hayes, have 'ce«s Ttsirtas at Omaha with Even the ash tray rides smoother in Chevrolets When you're down at your dealer's trying out a new Cnevrotet, be sure you pull out the ash tray. Notice how nice and easy it gJides, never hanging up or even scraping. The reason is, it rides on ball bearings. Four shiny- little ball bearings. (Take the tray all the way oat and you II see them.) You say you don't even smoke? Then look at it this way. That ash tray is a symbol of the way we make cars: Paying extra attention to the little things as well as the big ones, as a way of making extra sure your '67 Chevrolet gives yon that sure feeling 14 0115 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 108 So. Hall Algona, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart. The sons, Jeffrey, John and Billy, were at the paternal grandparents In Mason City a few days and returned via bus Sunday evening and are with the maternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, until the return of the parents early this week. Cynthia Cowan Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed Tifonkans Have Expense - Free Mr*. Win. V.i'.-.i'.iMv. t'lio \>\- tiMlslixn Iv-t *,•.'(,, "tfwt KAMI CnYiM tiys" w 1 * 1 * iivvn l',> MVM. Kn<ll» K.U-ti iii',1 M'.-i. ida Trip CYMTHIA COWAN Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthta Lee, to Larry Helmars, son of the Die* Helmers, Algona. A June 25 welding is being planned at the Congregational church, Al- sona. Both are students at S.C.I., Cedar Falls, Much the Same Skillet, fry pan, and buffet pan are namea for similar electric appliances. The difference Is in the shape and the number of handles. All are used to fry, stew, bake, or pan-broil foods. The fry pan can serve as a chafing dish or a food warmer for sucn foods as rolls, casseroles, and stews. TITONKA-Mr. andMrs.Mal- vln Ricks andMr.andMrs.Hinry Mayland, Jr., were given ail expense free trip to Florida, us manager and director of tho Farmers Co-op Elevator, Tltonka. They left Des Molnes viaplano Jan. 14 and returned on the 17th. They arrived at St. Petersburg, Fla., were conducted on a tour through a fertilizer factory, through Cypress Gardens, a round of sight-seeing, etc. They reported having a wonderful time in the 70 degree warmth there. - o- W. S. C. S. circles of Titonka Methodist church met Jan. 25. The Rae Circle met at the Eldon Attig home with Mrs. Paul Ferguson, co-hostess. Mrs. Roy Walrod led worship and Mrs. Charles Beed presented the lesson. Norma Circle met with Mrs. J. Whalen, worship led by Mrs. Fred Jennings and the lesson presented by Mrs. Gary Hoover. Lois Circle met with Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger, assisted by Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., Mrs. Wm. Spelcher led worship, and the lesson was given by Mrs. Walker McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden entertained guests Sunday at a birthday dinner honoring Erwin and Karen Eden's birthdays. Those attending were the Lester Eden family, Allen Eden family, Mrs. Louise Eden and Mrs. Etta Reibsamen. Titonka V. F. W. Auxiliary held their January meeting at the home of Phyllis Baade with Phyllis Zwiefel co-hostess. Sharon Eden, student nurse at Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend at the parental Allen Eden home. lit ttlO KltttU i;\!»JI \'W>..' VlOl'W Mr, six) Mis. }i'. l i'h'J.» Nylf-'ii, Mv, jit*! Mis. SWvlt Ut'.-tiwAuf sun) Mv. i»ii Mi*. S\^y SSti'usl. ,I«n. li> at thtf h.'iv.f vJt Mv». KoniiiiUi K'tAUtc. M\s. \Viu, AmosUifv w-** is,<.UtUw\'«lwvi. In liij; this U\f tivvu (ost Uni l\r Mvs. Mrs. G;ity &t«|v plninod !u>w tins be miulo of iviiUltitfrs. «iv, in every homo. K.Uvtloa o.J cers for ttio i-7-W elul' followed. Nowotttwrs AW Js Rode, president; J«rl*iM S vice president; N\>r;v.i Ricks, secretary; Hel«n SWv.at* r, treasurer; Betty ruvis, Ms- torian; and Flownw K'o executive board mamtvr. •iuk> .KKiliUmt l» whluli tlidy worn limJvwd UitUliiuft Kvu. Ml, and Vli*. Jon-iuii nwl tlioll (Uuliflitor- di-'l-i*, MIM. Um Jwimun, and m.iU lii.iwUUtitflitiH', were aulii^ liuiuv (min .v |iiu^'riuii ,j!i thu.v woi'v lilt liudil-uii. At tlmo ot tlio .u'1'.UUmt, (piKiriuiii I'].; uthtii 1 c.u wan killed hut It viiti t.vU'JVtsI ttut tilt: JlJllBOIIB WMVO wlU> I'HllSUll iimluc.l'ittcll0(l. Hywuvm 1 , aftyi ;i tow lUyfl, Mm. Kiiio.it JuiiMuii w.i.q hofiiiUall/.oil vilUi chu;»t l'<i.tii.'» awl ;i tug Injury. 'I'tia U'liu Ui>ck Aiiiisrlciin Itftjk'ii Auxiliary will l>u packing tv.w.s of hoiuyuiiulu cook I UN Jail. U* .it the U'gU'ii hiill. Thotionio- t\vXlo» Will be HOilt tO (lift flUte Eotng ti Tlila la an ifaaal glfi from th« Auxiliary. The cooidss shoold lie Infllvl/Jiwlly vrafped. Mr. awl Mrs. AUirla ofilflhrated thair nnnlvoraary Jan. 10. Afleraoon callors were Mr. aaiMrs. Merle I.ofikwrx/1 and Mr. KA Mrs. Dale Lofikwood, all of STea City. Jan. 10 WM also Mrs. l.ockwo<xl's Alx)ut half of the vorl-f s children will never reach adulthood, duo largely to unsanitary living conditions icd lack of proper nourishment. Lone Rockl By Mrs. Jesse Seneca Progressive Firnsrs 4-H Club entertained their aasail Family Night supper at the Lcc* Rock Legion hall Monday cigtt. Paul Bernhard of BancroS showed films and talked of his recent trip to Europe, Brian Johnson spoke on his trip to Chicago in November, which was a county award for achievement in 4-H work. 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