The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 29, 1968 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 29, 1968

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 29, 1968
Page:
Page 9
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 9 article text (OCR)

10-A!0ana la.) Uppftr D«t M«lft*t Thursday, Feb. 29, 19A8 pper Des Moinesl SOCIETY NEWS CANASTA CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Don Nelson entertained her canasta club Monday afternoon. It consists of six members. - o- PAST MATRONS LUNCHEON The Past Matrons oftheO.E.S. met Tuesday and went to the Johnson House for luncheon. - o- WORLD PRAYER DAY Friday, March 1, at 2 o'clock World Day of Prayer services will be held at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. The meditation will be given by Jerald Chiles of Emmetsburg. A nursery will be provided and there will be a coffee fellowship after the services. - o- AT TITONKA REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden attended a Graham family reunion Sunday at the Fred Jennings home at Titonka. The Goddens are being visited by Mrs. Blanche Wasson of Wellman and Mrs. Clark Graham of Adel, sister- in-law and sister respectively of Mrs. Godden. - o - GUESTS AT ST. JOHNS Mr. and Mrs. "Judd" St. John were visited last week by their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Perry St. John and children of Burnsville, a suburb of Minneapolis. They also had as guests last Wednesday and Thursday, their daughter Mrs. Don Meyer, Scott and Craig of Perry. Mr. Meyer was transferred there'by the gas company with which he had been employed here. - o " MRS. WAGNER HOSTS Mrs. Anna Wagner was hostess to her card club Wednesday afternoon. The previous week Mrs. Clark Godden was hostess. - o - MRS. CARL HANSEN and little daughter Pamela spent last Thursday at Mason City with Mrs. George Smith. MR. AND MRS. Elvin Moore and family came from Cedar Falls Saturday and visited with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and Mr. Moore's mother, Mrs. Harold Smith. DARRELL STEVEN has been dismissed from St. Ann Hospital but has not gone back to work yet. He and his wife live at Plover and he commutes to his work here. MR. AND MRS. Gene Faulstich are leaving Saturday to attend a Cable TV convention in Springfield, ni. They expect to be gone five days and will return the following week. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis are on a vacation of a month, first stopping at Monett, Mo., to visit with the latter's mother Mrs. A. B. Montgomery and Joplin to visit with her brother. They will go from there to Arkansas where Mr. Lewis will do some fishing, then they will go to Houston and Galveston, Tex. Mr. Lewis is interested in seeing the Houston Astrodome. LEWIS MARSHALL has been at St. Ann Hospital since last Thursday. He is receiving treatment for a back injury suffered a few weeks ago. MRS. BERTHA POMMER had as dinner guests Sunday her son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard of Titonka. In the afternoon they went with Mrs. Pommer to West Bend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Munsen. MRS. DON McGUIRE who has been at Rochester, Minn, for several days and had vein surgery, will be home probably in another week. During her absence her children are being cared for by Mrs. Olga Braatz of Whittemore. MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell had Mr. and Mrs. Clark Melton of Linden as guests Tuesday. Mrs. Melton is a sister of Mr. Hutzell. She is a sister of Lawrence Hutzell and he and his wife were also guests of the Roy Hut- zells. MR. AND MRS. I H. Morey of West Bend were accompanied to Storm Lake one days this week by John Schimmel to attend the State Gladioli meeting. Mrs. Schimmel is recovering from an illness and is confined to bed part of the time but has recovered sufficiently to be up in a wheel chair several hours each day and will even-' tually be up and around again. MRS. MARIE LAM FRIGHT entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. WESLEY BARTLETT spent from Thursday till Saturday at Chicago, 111., attending aKiwanis board meeting. LEROY LAU, who has had much trouble since having a bone injury and has been in the Methodist hospital at Des Moines, was brought home and is now at St. Ann. There has been trouble following the insertion of a plate in his leg. The plate was removed some time ago but the healing process has been slow. He will probably be hospitalized for a few more weeks. MR. AND MRS. Cecil McGinnis and Mrs. Julia Taylor were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson of Manchester. The women are sisters and Maynard is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Stephenson, former Algonans. 0. J. Stephenson was Kossuth county clerk for serveral years. MR, AND MRS. John Schimmel have been visited recently by Mr. and Mrs. George WohnkeandMr. and Mrs. Harry Rossenau of Bancroft. They have also been visited by their granddaughter, Mrs. Kenyon Trimble of Webb. MRS. PEARL POTTER and her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter went to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Potter and to see their daughter Donna who is home for awhile. She has been teaching speech therapy in the school system there. MR. AND MRS. Leo Steven spent the weekend at Minneapolis with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James Steven and helped celebrate the second birthday of the grandson Bryan. In The Spring, A Young Man's Thoughts Turn To... CHEVY! AND WE'VE GOT A GREAT LEAP YEAR SALE OF '68 MODELS ON RIGHT NOW. STOP AT OUR SHOWROM AND TAKE A LOOK AT THESE : CAPRICE 4-DOORS AND SPORT COUPES IMPALA 4-DOORS, CUSTOM COUPES AND SPORT COUPES BEL AIR 4-DOORS AND STATION WAGONS CHEVY II 4-DOORS AND 2-DOORS CHEVEUE 4-DOORS PICKUPS - ONE-HALF AND THREE QUARTER TON TRUCK - 2 TON AVAILABLE WITH V8'S, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS.- POWER STEERING, RADIOS, TINTED GLASS, WHITEWALL TIRES AND VINYL ROOF COVERS. WITH CHOICE OF COLORS, INCLUDING YELLOW, RED, SEQUOIA GREEN, GRECIAN GREEK ASH GOLD AND IVORY, SEAFROST GREEN, IVORY AND GROTTO BLUE. KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 101 $, HALL ALGONA, IQWA PHONE 295-3554 MRS. DAVE) HOVEY (Joan)left Monday for Clarksville, Term., called there by the death of her paternal grandmother. Mrs. Hovey has been making her home here with her husband's mother, Mrs. L. E. Hovey, and is a nurses aide at Good Samaritan Home I. David is in Vietnam at present but expects to be sent to Ft. Stewart, Ga., near Savannah about April 1 but will have a month's leave and will come to Algona. MRS. J. F. MILDER left Wednesday for Mason City and from there flew to Carol Stream near Chicago where she will spend a week at the C. E. Milder home caring for the children while the mother is hospitalized following the birth of another child. The men are brothers. GAYLE PHILLIPS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, and Rod Ricklefs, son of the Arnie Ricklefs, both students at Grinnell College, were home over the weekend at their respective parental homes. They came also to visit Steve Hardy, son of Mrs. Wes Hardy, who is leaving soon for the armed services. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Seller were here for a weekend visit with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller, St. Benedict and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. They teach in the school system at Storm Lake and recently purchased a house there. Bill Bartlett was home from Des Moines also. He is attending a school of osteopathic surgery. FRANCIS BUNTING will be spending from Sunday till Wednesday at Des Moines attending the Turf convention at the Savory Hotel. Complete I.S.U. Farm Course Several area students were among those receiving certificates for completion of the Farm Operation short course at Iowa State University, Feb. 21. They were Warren Kellenberger and John Scuffham, Algona; Dean Larsen, Burt; Bobby Penning, Corwith; Jack Smidt, Lakota; Gerald Bormann, LuVerne; Robert Schaefer, Wesley; and Leland Metzger, West Bend. A number of parents also attended the ceremonies, including Mr. and Mrs. John Scuffham and Rod of Algona, Mrs. Doris Larsen of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Silas Metzger of West Bend. Algona JayCees Sign Up Six New Members The Algona Jaycees announced this week that they have reached their Feb. 24 quota with the signing of six new members recently. Les Foxhoven, president of the organization, welcomed the six, Tom Anderson, Terrance Bruce, Louis Heinen, Dr. Don Kingfield, James Theesfield and Loren Utterback, into the club during a recent meeting. Student Teaching Two area students are among the 21 University of Northern Iowa seniors who are currently student teaching in Fort Dodge public schools. Marlys Lupkes, Algona, is teaching at South Junior High and Melody Hansen, Bode, is teaching at Senior High. Prayer Day, March 1 The Lutheran Women's Missionary League of the Algona Zone will hold a Day of Prayer service at 2 p.m. on Friday, March 1st, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. The Lone Rock L.W.M.L. will be in charge of the service and fellowship hour to follow. Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heerdt, Hector, Minn., celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Feb. 18. Attending were Mrs. Audra Heerdt, Margaret and Bud, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagner, Algona; Mrs. Marie Heerdt and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heerdt and family, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Heerdt and family, Spirit Lake; and Frederick Deimen, Lytton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner took his mother, Mrs. Anna Wagner, to Tracy to visit her sister while the Wagners were at the anniversary observance. One Case Filed One new case was filed in district court here this week. Kenneth Wehrspan, plaintiff, is seeking judgment for $568.37 from Shirley M. Jacobson, defendant, for a check the plaintiff allegedly received Nov. 24,1967, written on an Emmetsburg bank. The petition states the defendant stopped payment on said check. BASS ' A 5 Ib. small mouth bass was caught by Leonard Schemmel, Milford, this month while fishing on West Lake Okoboji. The fish measured 22 inches long and 15 1/2 inches around. Gambles Gigantic Pre-lnventory Sale! SEE THIS BROWN ROCKER-RECLINER Now $72.00 3 PC. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE Now $199.95 EARLY AMERICAN SOFA Now $199.95 3 PC. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE Now $168.88 CANE SEAT GRANNY ROCKERS Now $19.88 1 ONLY BEIGE SOFA Now $70.00 VISCOSE 2 RUG WALNUT - TWEED Now $18.88 1 ONLY GOLD LOUNGE CHAIR Now $88.88 5 PC. EARLY AMERICAN DINETTE REPOSSESSED Now $64.44 TURQUOISE BABY HI CHAIR Now $14.88 FL. HI INTENSITY DESK LAMP Now $4.88 3 PC. DINETTE WALNUT & BEIGE Now $34.44 BATHE BABY IN STYLE BATHINETTE Now $15.00 Just Right For Your Graduate LUGGAGE SET Now $17.88 Ihi- Fr.endly SfC'iC PERSIMMON SWIVEL ROCKER Now $69.95 REGISTER FOR OUR Free Granny Rocker DOWNSTAIRS FURNITURE DEPT. 40" MAPLE STACK Now $42.22 SOLID OAK DRESSER & MIRROR Now $75.00 9 x 12 SLIGHTLY SOILED FERN GREEN RUG $54.88 OCCASIONAL TABLES 2 END - 1 COFFEE TABLE Now $23.88 x 15 NYLON FERN GREEN RUG Now $110.00 COMPLETE HOLLYWOOD BED Now $88.88 1 ONLY BLUE SWIVEL ROCKER Now $29.88 TURQUOISE PATIO CHAIRS Now $5.95 JUST LIKE GRANDMA'S EARLY AMERICAN ROCKER Now $63.33 ALL LAMPS Now 10% OFF 5 PC. DINETTE ROSEWOOD Now $99.95 WAS $119.95 - 5AVI $2Q.OQ BILL EARLY AMERICAN SOFA $148.88 MATCHING CHAIR _ Ic Now $148.89 •MM BEDROOM SUITE Bed Mattrellj^. Box Springs Dresser — Mirror Now $199.95 LOVE SEATS PATCHWORK $129.95 FLORAL _ $149.95 TWEED $119.95 PLASTIHYDE (Hide-A-Bed) ._ $169.95 1 ONLY 7 PC. DINETTE CHROME - BLACK CHAIRS Now $99.95 SEE THIS 3 PC. FRUITWOOD BEDROOM SUITE Now $188.88 2 PC. L. R. SUITE 3 PILLOW GOLD & GREEN BROCADE Now $299.95 LINOLEUM' RUGS Now $4.68 INNERSPRING COMPLETE MAPLE BUNK BEDS Now $114.95 4 DRAWER SOLID MAPLE CHEST Now $68.88 BEAUTIFUL BROWN HIDE - A - BED FOAM MATTRESS - FULL SIZE Now $269.95 A NEW ASSORTMENT OF UTILITY Cabinet & Wardrobe BED OR SOFA THROW PILLOW Now 99c A GRAND VALUE SOFA SLEEPER GREEN & BLUE Now $119.95 SEE THIS 2 PC. GREEN ft BLUE BROCADE SUIT Now $299.95 ,— ^™^ uj.—^™ . , ii«.i U.LIJ—UNI I.-~M«- -mmmmmm -m^mmfm ..pw*. m*MBW «»••» mMBMp MMNMP •••PUB «••••• Come In And Meet Our New Manager Mr, Don O'Hara

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page