The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1967 · Page 30
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1967
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12-Algono, (la.) Upper DM Molnti Thursday, Feb. 16, 1967 MR. AND MRS. Merle Pratt and family came for a weekend visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Harold Hobson. They also spent time with Mrs. Pratt's mother, Mrs. Milton Dahl. MRS. HAROLD ROTH, former Algonan now living at Vail, and her sister, Mrs. A. K. Shaw, West Bend, are leaving Thursday for a visit at Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif. At Los Angeles, they will be with Mrs. Roth's son-in-law and daughter, Marian, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hall, and at San Francisco they will visit with the daughter, Kathy Roth. MR. AND MRS. John Snere spent Sunday at Charles City with the latter's father, Harry Rabb. MRS. CLYDE SNERE was visited Sunday at the Good Samaritan Homo II by two women friends from Spencer. MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst, Lori and Terl spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson. MR. AND MRS. Arnold Gerdis were visited Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Don Tegtemoyer, Woden. MR. AND MRS. Ed Goecke are expected home from Iowa City tills weekend. Mr. Goecke has been having some tests at University Hospital. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Gilbert had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's sister, Mrs. Purl Partello, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Lowell Johnson, Esther- vllle. MR. AND MRS. John Hanselman had as dinner guests Sunday their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Krug, Larry and Leon, West Bend. DAVID HANSELVIAN, who attends college at Ft. Dodge, and Donna Ball, Duncombe, were recent guests of David's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman. This Is David's last year at Ft. Dodge and he plans to enter Iowa University, Amns, In the fall. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Huisen went to Storm Lake Friday and spent the weekend with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Bret. Mr. Tippin has been made mun- ager of the discount drug department in the new G-Mart recently opened there. MRS. MARY OLSON recently fell In her home and broke a bone in her Instep. It will be several weeks before she will be able to walk without crutches so will not be going back to work for some time at the Annex where she assisted with the hot lunch program. MRS. JOHN HELMERS is having as guests Sunday her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wllschusen and family, Ft. Dodge, and will return home with them for a visit of a week. MR. AND MRS. DonHemming- scn spent the weekend at Storm Lake with the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. George. They took the daughter, Becky, as far as Sac City where she visited a friend, Julia Wassorn. AFTER A FEW days vlsithere with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alwln Huenhold, Joyce left Tuesday for Bellevue where she will make her home, but will be nursing In a hospital at Omaha. She has been In Chicago the past 5-1/2 years, part of the time in training at Presbyterlan-St. Luke's hospital, the rest of the time nursing, having received her R. N. degree there. ROY AND LAWRENCE Hutzell plan to go to Dexter Feb. 15 to see their brother, Lloyd, who Is hospitali/ed there. MR. AND MRS. Perry Collins left Friday for a two week visit at Sulphur, La. with their son Dale and family. KAY SHEVER, teacher in the Algoria school system, spent the weekend at Correctionvllle with her parents. DANNY RENTZ, son of Mr. and Mrs. MHo Rentz, arrived Saturday for a two-week furlough from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. After his leave, he will go to Viet Nam, MR. AND MRS. Robert Becker, Bruce and Sarah, Elmhurst, HI., visited from Saturday to Monday at the H. W. Becker home. Robt., who Is president of Chicago Jay- Cees, spent approximately 10 days in Japan last November attending the JayCees International convention. DR. J. C. CLAPSADDLE returned Sunday from Atlanta, Ga. where he attended a four-day meeting of the American Society of Medical Hypnosis. MR. AND MRS. Dick Frideres were hosts at a Valentine card party at their home Feb. 11. CHARGE IT ! cmnctff A/AYS FIRST QUALITY 9 ^ \ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Focus on color with Spartan Enrlchel color with deep texturel Hai a thick fringe. All cotton In faihion hues. Machine washable*. REG. 8.68, NOW $7 twin or full Our Fashion Manor quality bedspreads REDUCED this week only! REG. 8.88, $ NOW 7 REG. 13.98 NOW Our most popular Fashion Manor bedspreads preview for Spring with special price reduction offerings! Now's the time to give bedrooms a fresh lift. Hurry, take advantage of big price reductions and save, save, save! •lukewarm wal«r DON'T FORGET! FEBRUARY BARGAIN DAYS STILL GOING ON AT PENNEY'S SAVINGS ON WINTER ITEMS THROUGHOUT THE STORE SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9 Three tables of 500 were In play. Mrs. Dick Moe was high for ladles and Vernon Subject, high for men. Mrs. Don Frideres was low and Dick Moe won travel prize. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor will leave via plane from Des Molnes Feb. 21 for a two weeks vacation in Hawaii. Algerian Will Wed Lake Park Girl This Year PAULA SCHWARZENBACH Paula Rae Schwarzenbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schwarzenbach of Lake Park, is the bride-elect of James Edward Kaln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kain, Algona. Miss Schwarzenbach, a graduate of the State College of Iowa, teaches in Cedar Rapids. Her finance is a graduate of South Dakota State University and coaches at St. Ansgar. The couple is planning a summer wedding. HOSPITAL NEWS Feb. 7-RoseWestling, Algona, medical. Feb. 9-Rose Marie Miller, Algona, medical; Harriet Black, Burt, medical; Thomas Rich, Algona, medical; Mrs. Richard Kain, Algona, boy, 5 Ibs., 6 oz. Feb. 10 - Mrs. James Gatton, LuVerne, boy, 8 Ibs., 3 oz.jMrs. Sylvester Berte, LuVerne, girl, 7 Ibs., 13 oz. Feb. 11 - Michael Lee Mullin, Algona, boarder (expired); Harry Godden, Algona, medical. FEB. 11-Birth: Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire, Bancroft, boy, 7 Ibs., 15 oz.; admitted: Catherine Dudding, Algona, medical; Kevin Kain, Algona, T & A; Ann Kinne, LuVerne, medical; dismissed: Peggy Mullen, Monica Storr, Maurice Krebsbach, Algona; Ray A, Walker, Burt; Mrs. WillieCrail, Algona. FEB. 12-Births: Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nelson, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 13 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. John Putnam, Algona, boy, 5 Ibs., 9-1/2 oz.; admitted: Charles Schaeffer, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Julie Ann Kinne, Lu- Verne. FEB. 13 - Admitted: Jean Marie Russell, Whittemore, T & A; John Freillnger, Algona, medical; Oscar Luedtke, Lone Rock, medical; dismissed: Mrs. James Gatton and baby, LuVerne; Mrs. Richard Kain and baby, Algona; Elizabeth LeConte, Bancroft. St. Joe C.D.A. Working On World Mission ST. JOE-C.D.A. metTuesday evening with Grand Regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert conducting the business meeting. The court is having an exhaust fan installed in St. Joseph's school kitchen. Mrs. Edward Thilges and Agnes Berte were appointed chairmen for the court's World Mission Crusade. Bandages, hospital gowns and clothing and wearing apparel are among projects during the Lenten season. Articles completed are to be displayed at the March 8 meeting. Mrs. Ronald nig has transferred to Fonda where they are employed on a farm. The court will sponsor a card part)' in St. Joseph's School hall Feb. 19, at 7:45, with the public invited to attend. Cards will be followed by lunch. In charge of arrangements will be Mrs. Mark Thilges, Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. Edward Thilges, Mrs. Albert Berte, Mrs. Tom Reising, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas and Mrs. Peter Becker. Mary Jane Origer, past grand regent, spoke on the responsibi- ities of the special and monthly committees. Cards were played and Mrs. M. T. McGuire and Mrs. Jim Berte received prizes. Mrs. Ralph Reding received plate prize. - o - Jerome Weydert observed his birthday Feb. 6 when 20 friends from West Bend gathered at the N. J. Weydert's in the evening for a surprise visit. A social evening was spent, followed by lunch and refreshments brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Andrelinas have returned to their home in Medicine Lake, Montana , after spending the past week here and attended the funeral of Mrs. An- drelinas' father, Math Zelmet. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zeimet returned Tuesday to New Port Richey, Fla., alter attending the funeral of Math Zeimet and visiting with their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bormann and families. Mr. and Mrs. Zeimet reside in Humboldt and spend the winters in Florida. Mrs. John Thul entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Susie Kramer and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell receiving prizes. Mrs. Alphonse Berte will entertain the club Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LeBruen, Dell Rapids, South Dakota, visited with relatives and friends here several days last week and attended the funeral of a cousin, Nick Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann, Davenport, visited here in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding and family, and attended the funeral of a cousin, Nick Bormann. The August Robisons spent a recent weekend with their daughter and family, the Vern Mor- tensens, Hutchinson, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Helden- with were Sunday evening guests at the Irvin Heldenwith home. Mrs. Mervln Johnson had a belated birthday party for her eon, Doug's 12thbirthday. Guests were Doug Goraczkowski, Kendal Mino, RaDann Dawson, John Clark and Steve Montgomery. Betty Clark and her roommate, Marlene Belthius, were Sunday callers at the Glenn Clark home. Betty and Marlene teach 1st and 3rd grades, respectively, at Fairmont. 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Dr. Joe Hayden, D.V.M., a member of Purina's veterinary staff, will discuss major swine diseases, their prevention and control. Other qualified swine specialists will discuss hog futures trading and other subjects ol high interest to commercial hog raisers. =>u OJ ecis You will benefit from practical, down-to-earth information presented bv men of jyide experience m their fields. You are cordially invited to attend this informa-' nye meeting Simply see your local Purina dealer for a free ticket to Purina's Big i ig row Wow. b FARMER'S SERVICE CENTER 525 SO. PHILLIPS ST. ALGONA, IOWA NAM

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