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4-Alflafta (la.) Upper feet Moine. thursday, March 21, ;: - - -liniii nil ii Set Open House For Library At LuVerne 1968 LuVERNE - You, the people of LoVerne and surrounding community have a new library. In the summer of 1966 when our Mayor, James Mallory, visited Washington, D. C., he investigated the possibility of LuVerne acquiring a new library with Federal Aid. What he learned was very encouraging and he came back to our town with a determination to do something about it He visited and talked with various organizations, clubs, the ministers of the three churches, and other townspeople about the project. In November of that year the LuVerne Community Library Building Committee was organized. It was composed of representatives from the local organizations who sponsored the project. Many meetings were held and plans to raise money for this project were discussed. It was decided that a group should go to Mason City and talk with the directors of the Kinney-Lindstrom Foundation to learn if they would be willing to help this library project. The committee returned with good reports. With a gift of $10,000 from the Kinney- Lindstrom Foundation, federal aid of $21,200 and the need of $8,800 more from the people of LuVerne, the Library Building Committee went to work. The committee was divided into groups and the town and country was canvased for donations. The committee was very grateful for the good response to their canvas. Donations, large and small were gratefully accepted. In one short month, we had re ached our goal of $8,800. Mrs. Max Patterson was asked to be treasurer of this committee and she has done an outstanding job handling this money. After the donations had been turned in to her, she deposited it in the bank on interest to await the final date of completion. Thus the LuVerne citizens' money was making money while waiting for completion of the building. The Griffith Co. of Ft. Dodge prepared the blue prints. The bids were opened in July, just minutes before Mr. Mallory.left for a European tour of several months. The bids were much higher than the maximum of $40,000 and it was a dejected building committee and library board that left the town hall on that hot day in July. But they were a determined group. A few days later a meeting was called and the building committee appointed Mrs. Lyle Shelton, president of the library board, to act as chairman of the building committee. Our plans were revised and with the help and advice of Mrs. Ann McKinley of Mason City, our field consultant, the co-operation and combined efforts of the building committee and the library board we soon had our ground-breaking ceremonies. The construction of the library was on its way under the able supervision of Sande Construction, Humboldt. The Library Building Committee wishes to thank Mrs. Shelton for her time and great effort spent in this project. Also a thank you to Mrs. McKinley, the Griffith Co. of Ft. Dodge, Sande Construction and the people of LuVerne who helped to make our library a reality. Open house will be held on Saturday, March 23 from 2 to 5p.m. The public is cordially invited to attend. - o - SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS The 19th annual LuVerne High School Athletic Banquet will be held March 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the lunchroom. Dewey Halford, coach at Morningside College, will be the guest speaker. The LuVerne sixth grade with their teacher, Mrs. Schade, visited the new town library Wednesday afternoon. We thought the library was well arranged and very attractive and indeed feel grateful that we are. fortunate enough to have such a library in our community. We want to thank the two librarians, Mrs. Hinzand Mrs. Hardcopf, for their time and interest in us and hope to visit the library often. After each checked out at least one book to read, an old newspaper in the back room fascinated the students. - o The Finance Committee of the Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. Violet Goetsch, chairman, March 13 to plan the Mother ajid Daughter Banquet April 18. Those attending were Eleanor KuUy, Eunice Blake, Florence Stewart, Lucille Legler, Doris Barter, Betty Johnson, Laurine Kay Hefty, Audrey r, ajid Yulahmae Vose. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Robert Blumer were Mr. and Mrs. Delaine Blumer and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding, Jr. and family. Sunday afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilcox and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blumer and family all of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holm and daughter Leona and Royce Walker of Rockwell, Iowa, spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes, Jeff and Todd, of Ames. Jeff is spending this week in the home of his grandparents. Memorial Society met March 14 with 21 members present and two guests, Evelyn Marty and Marie Jackson. Evelyn Marty was welcomed as a newmember. The meeting was opened by singing one verse of "America." Roll call was a garden hint. Bingo was played for entertainment. Hostesses were Dora Schipull, Erma Dimler, and Wilma Baskerville. The Society bought a plant for the new library. Tuesday Club met March 12 in the home of Mrs. Anna Neal. Eight members were present. Minnie Henderson had the lesson. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Audrey Tiss of Belmond and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neal visited Friday evening with Mrs. Laura Lindebak, mother of Mrs. Neal. She is a patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Vervon Davidson and Kathy of Adel spent the weekend in the parental Ralph Davidson home. LuAnn Davidson of Burt was also a guest. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Vervon Davidson attended an all- day Jaycee meeting at Belmond. On Sunday Gordon Davidson was a guest in the home of his parents. Leonard Johns andLorenWitt- 'meier took Edna Bowman to Cedar Rapids Saturday to spend some time in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Larimer. Mrs. Alice Stampka returned home with Leonard and Loren after spending a few days in the home of her daughter, Mario Stampka, Cedar Rapids. A number of friends attended a party Friday in the home of Mrs. Elmer Youngwirth. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll attended graveside rites.March 18 . for their, infant ( grandson, Dar- ' win Lee,' wh'o" 'was' bbrri' prematurely to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll of Eagle Grove, Saturday night at Lutheran Hospital, Ft. Dodge. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas were their son,, Gary of St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Orville Long and family of Des Moines, and William Rutter, Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Bea Henderon, Dakota City, visited Friday in the home of Violet and LuellaSwiger, Renwick. Violet and LuellaSwiger visited T' •jsday in the home of Mrs. Cecil Rourke, Britt. Kossuth Girl A Special Guest, St. Pat's Day SWEA CITY - Gretchen De Boer of Ledyard, who was crowned Miss Kossuth-Winnebago at the Swea City Pageant last summer, was guest Queen at the St. Patrick's Day festivities at Emmetsburg Friday and Saturday. The Swea City Pageant board is busy making plans for Miss DeBoer's trip to the Miss Iowa Pageant at Davenport in June. - o - Mrs. James Kennedy was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Donald Kennedy won high prize and Mrs. Muriel Busch of Ringsted won second high. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Keith Poshustas at Mason City for their granddaughter Donna's fifth birthday. Monday supper guests at the Tom Preston home for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helgason, Dolliver, Mr. andMrs.NorvalGoch- anhour, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fothergill and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Verbrugge, all of Armstrong. Guests for coffee at the Floyd Montgomery home were her sister and family, the Lee Holls of Dolliver, after the class play Friday evening. The Gene Rippentrops and family and DuWayne Rippentrop were Sunday guests at the Everett Rippentrop home. Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Magnusen home were her brother and wife, the Vernon Cutlers, and a nephew, the Kenneth Cutlers, all of Trimont, Minn. ^jgggjggjggjgjgjgjjgjgjjjgjgjjjgjggjgjgg^^^^^^g^gjjgjj^^^^gjjj^ HOD'S SUPER VALU ALGONA PRICES ELECTIVE THURSDAY THRU MONDAY, MARCH 21 *25, INCL. r* o Baskets af Bargain! 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Miss Bartholomew is a sophomore at Simpson. - o - GRANDSON WEDS Mrs. Emma Hagg accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Christensen, Titonka, to Chicago to attend the wedding March 16 of her grandson, Larry Azuse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Azuse and Susan Finley, Chicago. Another relative in attendance was Brian Hagg, student at Vermillion, S.D. University, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hagg. - o - DINNER HOSTESS Mrs. Ruble Walker entertained at dinner March 10 in honor of the birthday of her great-granddaughter, Michelle Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Walker. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker, Mrs. Steve Hardy, Linda Parsons, Murl Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Walker and children. - o - WED 63 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandow observed their sixty-third wedding anniversary March 15. Only members of the family were present. 'Those here were Mrs. Brandow*s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Mick, Oskaloosa; Mrs. Harvey Larson, Lone Rock, their daughter; and her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and LuAnn. The Brandows retired twenty-five years ago from farming. - o ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sindelar attended the wedding Saturday at DeWitt of their niece Cynthia McDonnell and Joe Yegge. En- route home, they stopped at Davenport to visit with Mr. Sindelar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sindelar. - o SEWING CLUB Mrs. Rose Sigsbee was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday. CIRCLE MEETINGS United Presbyterian circles were to meet this afternoon (Thursday, March 21) as follows: "A" - Hostesses, Mrs. Wm. Finn and Mrs. Carrie King; program, Mrs. Stanley Sorensen; devotions, Mrs. Mabel Lund; "B"Hostesses, Mrs. Don Chiquetand Mrs. Claris Kresensky; program, Mrs. Willis Etherington; devotions, Mrs. Fred Geigel; "C" - Hostesses, Mrs. Beecher Lane and Mrs. Jess Dugan; program and devotions, Mrs. Richard Burt; "D"-Hostesses, Mrs. Willard Gregson and Mrs. Wes Schultz; program, Rev. Morz; devotions, Mrs. Lloyd Gerber. - o SHOWER HONOREE Bettie Riedel was honored at a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower Sunday, March 17, at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. Guests were registered by Jean Malueg. Mrs. Cecil Long was in charge of the short program which began with the presentation of corsages to the bride, the bride's mother, Mrs. Laurence Riedel, the groom's mother, Mrs. Kenneth Ditsworth, and the bride's grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Riedel. Mrs. Long then gave-a humorous reading of the bride and groom's childhood. Court whist was then played while the bride opened gifts, with her sister, Mrs. LeRoy Wolf, and a friend, Mrs. Al Flatebo, helping. Lunch was served, the groom's sister, Mrs. Don Doocy, poured coffee, and the bride's cousin, Mrs. Harold Bjustrom, poured punch. The hostesses included Mesdames Cecil Long, Elaine Kinseth, Harold Bjustrom, Darrell McFarland, Jim Long, Robert Riedel, Jessie Long, Robert Ludwig, Bill Paetz, Bert Olsen, Virgil Wolf, David Doocy, Raymond Zeimet, Stanley Riedel, Doyle McFarland, Darrell Davis and George Wolf. Bettie will be married to Roger Ditsworth of Bancroft March 23 at 2 p. m. at the Trinity Lutheran church. - o - REBEKAHS MET The Rebekah birthday club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Glen Graham. CHURCHES THE Guild of United Presbyterian Women meets March 25. Hostesses are Mrs. Jo Hardy and Mrs. Wendell Feaster. CIRCLES of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet March 21: May, Mrs. James Powell; June, Mrs. Verle Patterson; Sept., Mrs. Clarence Hunt; Oct., Mrs. Lawrence Kees; Nov., Mrs. George Kain; Dec., Mrs. William Runchey; Feb., Mrs. Vic Parsons; March, Mrs. William Noland; April, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee. March 26 - 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Lenten quiet hour at the church. Thursday, March 21 Now Open! The Pine Cafe FORMERLY THE COFFEE SHOP - IN THE ALGONA HOTEL - breakfasts • dinners sandwiches • short orders HOURS? Mon. — Thurs., 7 a.m. to midnite Fri, & Sat., 6 a.m. to 3 a.m. Sundays, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. DON 4. KINNiY GREG LOURIAS

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