The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1967 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1967
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Bancroft Man Honored Glenn J. McCleish, above, manager of the V-C Soil Service Center In Bancroft, has been awarded a certificate of merit by Mobil Chemical tor successful completion of an agricultural seminar held last week In Davenport, la. A. P. Gates, Mobil Chemical general manager of agricultural chemicals division commended Mr. McCleish for "His attainment in agronomic and other crop production courses; and his ability to render complete crop management service to farmers in his community." Courses studied at the meeting included agronomy, fertilizer economics, farm chemicals, application techniques, and complete farm management programs. Corn and soybeans were singled out for particular attention. Married and the father of five sons, he is a member of the local Chamber of Commerce, and is active in Scouting. ocict-y HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Howard French's birthday was observed Jan. 27 and a one o'clock luncheon was given by Mrs. Wendell French, Mrs. Lyle Matties, and Mrs. Cidney Laird. Other guests were Helen Dlngley, Mrs. Marie Kunz, Mrs. Matthew Streit, Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler, Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. Fred Geigel. """" - o- SUSAN BUCHANAN, 11 v. Mrs. Russell Buchanan gave a party Jan. 28 in honor of the eleventh birthday of her daughter, Susan. She took them to Ft. Dodge where they swam in the pool at the Y.W.C.A. and had lunch. Guests were Liz Anderson, Rexanne Voyles, Linda Lallier, Michele Wagner, Susan Owens, Kathy Schllevert, Carol Nelson and Shelley Smith. - o - FIRST BAPTIST Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mack Carlson, Mrs. Paul Richardson, Mrs. Leonard Maasdam and Mrs. Cleo Black. - o - MET TUESDAY The "Nit and So" Club met Tuesday with Mrs. William Noland. - o- WED 50 YEARS Mrs. William Weiner and Mrs. Hubert Marking and Lynn went to Ft. Dodge Sunday to attend the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reager, brotaar-ln-law and sifter of Mrs. Welner. Open house was held from 2 to 5 p. m. -o- WED IN ARIZONA Mrs. Gertrude McKean, former Algonan who has been living In Tucson, Ariz., and William Thul, Whittemore, were married at Tucson Jan. 14. A reception was held for the relatives at Redwood Lodge after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Thul will spend the winter at Phoenix, Ariz, and in the spring will return to the Thul fcrm in Whittemore. -o- HOMEMAKERS MET The Plum Creek Homemakers Club met Jan. 25 with Jean Ben* schoter. Assistant hostesses were Ardeen Sampson and Marjorie Mawdsley. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Blanche Long. Twenty*six members, two guests and three children were present. Roll call on soft floor covering was given in two parts, Rosanne Schmit on color and texture, and Joyce Keith on performance and price of carpet. Fun time was a quiz on various subjects, supervised by Norma Paetz. The next meet- Ing will be held at Norma Paetz' Feb. 22. - o - W.S.C.S. MEETING . ,-:..^;-v'"i*T .f"t'«' !•:. .y •;.•-. •' • Methodist W.S.C.S. meets Feb. 2 for a one o'clock luncheon. The program, "People With Special Needs" will be given by Mrs. Lyle Rledlnger. - o - PLAN LUNCHEON Congregational Fellowship will meet Feb. 2 for a one o'clock luncheon. Circle 3 will serve, Frances Grantham will give the devotions and Mrs. M. G. Bourne will read a play. - o- U.P.W. PROGRAM United Presbyterian Women will meet Feb. 2 for a dessert luncheon. Circle D will serve. The program, "A Special Kind of Friendship", will be given by Circle B. The program will be music by Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. - o- ATTEND MEETING A missionary meeting of First Baptists. was held Monday at Spencer. In attendance were Mesdames Kyle Keith, Leonard Maasdam, Karl Willason, Sam Medln, Newton Heiter, K. L. Brayton, Clara Crulkshank, Clyde Priebe, Blanche Lage, Paul Richardson, CliffordRiebhoff, Ed Bowman and Ruth Crulkshank. Miss Crulkshank is home on a furlough from Aztec, Mex., where she Is a missionary and will be returning soon. - o SORORITY MEETING HELD The Zetz XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Jan. 23 at the home of Mrs. Phil Ballard. The two-chapter project for next year will again be the children's movie, slated to be held April 1. The members also voted to pledge $25 to the sorority's state project on blindness. Plans were rn.-xle for the annual husband's party, which will be held Feb. 18 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr. - o SON IS ONE Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz attended a birthday dinner at the Kenneth and Susan Beisch home In honor of the first birthday of Edward Charles Beisch, youngest grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Rentz. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Houdeshel, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Ellen Householder and children. Algona AOK 4-H Club met Jan. 15 at the Extension hall. The meeting was called to order by president, Judy Berger. Misty Lloyd led the Pledge of Allegiance. The theme for the meeting was "Developing My Personality.' 4-H Pledge was led by Linda Helmer, Suzanne Holtzbauer had music. Illustrated talk on "How to look at a painting* by Mary McEvoy and Misty Lloyd. A demonstration on posture parade was given by Susan Kinseth and Mary Jane Berger. The Leaders presentation was on "Personality Charts" by Mrs. McEvoy. Susan McEvoy presented an article on saftey. Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Lloyd were guests. Mrs. Walker and Charla, Mrs. Lalng andMarri were hostesses. Recreation was enjoyed, in charge of Linda Helmer. "Kossnth County'* Favorite Newspaper" Has Surgery Don Wood, Kossuth county deputy sheriff, underwent surgery for hernia at Park Hospital, Mason City, Friday. He Is expected to be released from the hospital this weekend. Meet Feb. 9 Initiation of new members into the Catholic Daughters of America Court 283 will be postponed until the March regular meeting. A regular meeting will be held Feb. 9. Two Licenses Two wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Donald Dahlberg and Sharon Gardner, Jan. 25; and RonaldSorlie and Linda Kem, Jan. 27. New Position Sheridan Strayer, son o/ Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer, Algona, an Instructor at Mason City High School since 1965, has resignad that position and accepted a Job Thursday, Feb. 2, 1967 Algono, (la.) Upper Dai Moln»f-13 as assistant public relations director with Salisbury Laboratories at Charles City where he formerly taught in the high school for five years. Schultz Bros. Winners Area winiers in a free cash drawing held at Schultz Bros., Algona, last Saturday were Lee Schenck, Algona; A. L. Rasmussen, Burl; Frank French, Renwick; Edward Hackbarth, Lone Rock; and Wayne D. Patterson, Indngton. Another drawing will be held next Saturday and anyone with a valid drivers license Is eligible to win. To Electronic School Paul M. Koppen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koppen of Whittemore, left Friday for Valparaiso, Indiana, where he has qualified for entrance to the Valparaiso Technical Institute. WILTGEN'S AFTER INVENTORY ADJUSTMENT SALE! STARTS THURSDAY MORNING UNMOUNTED DIAMONDS IN STOCK '/a Carat, % Carat, 1 Carat and 1 Va Carat. Select the mounting of your choice. All are priced for quick salel LADIES DIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGEMENT & WEDDING RING SETS PRICE SALE REG. PRICE 14K White Gold Set $600.00 $359.00 14K White Gold Set _ $500.00 $299.00 14K White Gold $250.00 $150.00 14K White Gold $165.00 $ 95,00 14K Diamond Ring Set ___ $ 49.50 $ 35.00 2 Row Diamond Wedding Band _ $495.00 $275.00 LADIES DIAMOND DINNER RINGS 11-Diamond Dinner Ring $495.00 Ladies' Diamond Dinner Ring $295.00 Ladies' Diamond Cocktail Ring $120.00 DIAMOND PENDANTS 16-Diambnd'Heart PendanT--?- $1?5.00 14K White Diamond Pendant $140.00 14K Yellow Diamond Pendant $ 49.95 14K White Diamond Cross $ 29.95 LADIES RINGS Birthstones $ 9.95 Black Onyx $ 17.00 Genuine Jade $ 38.00 Genuine Jade $ 24.00 Genuine Onyx $ 15.00 Genuine Onyx with Diamond $ 24.95 Ladies 3-Pearl 6 Diamond Ring $ 69.00 Ladies Pearl Ring __ $ 17.95 Ladies Pearl Ring $ 14.95 Genuine Opal & 8 Diamond Ring $175.00 LADIES LINDE STARS 14K Yellow Gold _ $ 47.50 14K White Linde Star _ $ 39.95 14K White Linde Star $ 97.50 14K White Linde Star $125.00 $295.00 $165.00 $ 69.95 $ 65.00 $ 77.00 $ 27.95 $ 15.95 $ 6.95 $ 9.95 16.95 15.95 9.50 14.95 39.00 8.95 8.95 $ $ $ 89.95 $ 24.95 $ 22.00 $ 49.95 $ 69.95 LINDE STAR PENDANTS 14K White with Diamond $ 89.95 $ 47.50 14K Yellow $ 47.50 $ 24.95 14K White $ 45.95 $ 23.95 DINNERWARE SALE 57 Piece Service for 8 - _ Sale Price __ $49.95 99 Piece Service for 12 Sale Price __ $89.95 42 Piece Service for 8 _ Sale Price .. $44.95 65 Piece Service for 12 __ Sale Price — $64.95 LADIES WATCHES PRICE REG. 14K White Diamond Set $350.00 14K White Diamond Set $125.00 14K Yellow Gold $ 79.95 17 Jewel Yellow _ $ 59.95 17 Jewel Yellow $ 35.95 SALE PRICE $195.00 $ 74.95 $ 49.95 $ 39.95 $ 21.95 LADIES WATCHES ON SALE AS LOW AS $ 12.95 MEN'S WATCHES 17 Jewel Automatic, White $ 85.00 17 Jewel Yellow Gold $ 59.95 17 Jewel Steel, Waterproof $ 49.95 17 Jewel Waterproof $ 39.95 17 Jewel Waterproof $ 35.00 7 Jewel Waterproof $ 24.95 $ 45.00 $ 35.00 $ 25.95 $ 22.95 $ 22.95 $ 14.95 17 Jewel Waterproof Sale Priced at $ 19.95 MEN'S DIAMOND RINGS UK Yellow Gold Sale Priced at $49.95 14K White Gold , $120.00 $ 69.95 14K White Gold __ $195.00 $ 99.50 MEN'S RINGS ONYX - RUBY - TIGER EYE - SHRINE & MASONIC Onyx and Diamond $ 79.95 $ 39.95 Onyx Yellow Gold $ 42.00 $ 26.95 Yellow Onyx $ 19.50 $ 9.95 Hemitite and Diamond $ 49.95 $ 29.95 Man's Shrine King $ 55.00 $ 29.95 Man's Cafs Eye $ 39.95 $ 21.95 Man's Initial Ring $ 16.00 $ 9.95 MEN'S LINDE STARS Linde Star and Diamond $147.50 $ 79.95 Linde Star and Diamond $ 97.00 $ 65.00 Linde Star _ $ 64.00 $ 39.95 Diamond Tie Tack $ 39.95 $ 21.95 Diamond Tie Tack $ 95.00 $ 55.00 Linde Star Tie Tack $ 29.95 $ 17.95 ALL TYPES CLOCKS ON SALE Cuckoo Clocks from $16.95 8-Day Strike from $36.95 Battery Clocks all styles and Prices SILVERWARE SALE 48 Piece Service for 8 Sale Price ._ $69.95 69 Piece Service for 12 >__ „„ Sale Price .„ $99.95 CANDLES - All Styles '/ z OFF 110 E. 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