The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1957
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4-Atgdno (to.) Upper De* Moin«s ThumJoy, Oct. 24, 1957 AROUND ALGONA' Mrs Carl Merck, Jr. will be hostess to her hi idge club this evening, (Thursday). Mr and Mrs Orville Hakes went to Iowa C'.ty on Saturday to attend the Iowa-Wisconsin football game. —.o— Kenneth Seslcy and daughter, Kendra went to Ames Wednesday to visit the s-,vn, Victor whc is a flu patient in the college hospital. —o— Eight Specs card club mei Wednesday evening with Mrs Mabel Lcc. Prizes were ivceivtv; by Mrs Harold Hobson. Mrs Johr. Dutton and Mrs Beecher Lane. Bel Canio music club which was to have met this week Wednesday has been postponed one week because of the flu. Mr.- James Dodds will be the hostess Mrs Leota Halpin is in Ank*ny this week where she is visiting her son-in-law and daughter. M'> and Mrs Bob Kuhn and helping With the grandchildren who have the flu. Mrs Raymond Norton underwent surgery Tuesday at Park Hospital at Mason City. Mr Norton is with her as are the son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Norton. Mrs D. G. Clopion ha» re- Covered from an accident which occurred at her home a week ago Wednesday when an explosion occurred while she was lighting an oven. She was burned about the face and hands and suffered from shock. ! Mrs G. C. Stewart is a psiient j in ht. Ann m Shj retvni- 1\- rer.ivsred irom surgery at a Fort Dodge hospital and js now suturing trom pneumonia caused by the flu. _f-> _^ Ted Fuchsen remains a patient at University hoipitais at Lnvt, City. He was to have been released a week ago Monday after recovering from surgery on his IH.IK but u iK'-ii'V. lust,- ercunec: and he is iii>-.v par.M.vzeri on om .-ide. Mrs Fuiv^en is with him Glenn Strayer arrived home a week ago Tuesday after being a patient at St. Mary's hospital. Rochester, Minn. for several weeks. He is able to be up and around and is slowly regaining strength. —o— Mr and Mrs T. C. Hutchison were at Ames Monday where they heard their son, Tom, retiring president of the State Student Council, give a speech. Lind: Smith was installed as a stale- cabinet member and other delegates from the local school were Karen Hutchins. Carol Shore, Jim Anderson and Jerry Rupp. The young people went down on Sunday and stayed overnight at the Memorial Union. Faculty advisor is Mr Stephens. TDM Classifieds Pay Dividend' Mr and Mr* Charles LaBarre. Charlene LaBarre. Mr and Mrs J;;:nes Kolp, Mr and Mrs Ciaig Sti.'iih and Linda attended t!i: wrdding of Barbara Klepper t" Edward Grimm «<t West Bend <-n Saturday. The bride is employed , at the Algona Insurance Agency here. v/ Mm Perry Lowman and Mr and Mrs Owen Hurt spent the Weekend at Iowa City ' where they attended Homecoming and the football game, Mrs Lowman's daughter, Marilyn who teaches Physical Education at Davenport joined her mother at Iowa City Mrs Henrietta Bowman will be hostess" to the XJuild, business and professional women's organization of the Presbyterian church, on Monday evening. Mrs Helms Proper will give the program and Miss Laverne Johnson the devotions. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler had as their guests on Tuesday, Mrs Dorweiler's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Rea Hutchison of Waterloo. The Dorweilers spent a couple of days last week lit De's Moines where they visited Mrs Rachael Brown and Dr. and Mjfs H. G. Decker. Mrs Brown ajjd Mrs Decker are Mrs Dor weiler's sisters. Beecher Lana wenl to Perry this morning, (Thursday) to meet his son-in-law and daughter, Mi arid Mrs Jim Pentecost, Jr. who are arriving by train from Southgate, Calif. They were called h^re by the death of Jim's father, James Pentecost, Jr. Another Pentecost daughter, Hazfcl, Mrs Gordon Johnson of Santa Clara, Calif, is also expected for the funeral. [it's doggone close! Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane spent from Sunday to Tuesday at Sioux City where they visited Mrs Ann Lempkuhl and" Mr and Mrs Tom Wheeler. Beecher attended a Frigidaire meeting on Monday and they stopped at Sioux Rapids to visft friends on the way home. Mr pnd Mrs Olenn Slrayer were visited on Sunday by the former's brother and sister-in:a\v, Mr and Mrs Howard Strayer and throe children of Hartley. Howard formerly managed the locker plant here. On Tuesday, Mrs Strayer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Leo^Keefe of Delavan, Minn, visited here. The Boy Se&ut Court of Mono* which was to have been held Wednesday evening at the Methodist church has been postponed bernuse of the flu. A pot-luck dit>iii?r for the parents was to h;m> preceded it. Plans are to hold the event in a couple of we i ks. Margaret Durant spenf Ihe weekend at Cedar Rapids where she attended the annual convention of the Iowa Poetry Day Association. Saturday Poetry Day was observed by an all day meet- in.? and Miss Durant conducted a workshop in the afternoon. Miss Durant was instrumental l» organizing the Iowa Poetry Day Association a number of years ago. The Presbyterian Wednesday Mite Youth Club is in session for the lifth year. Bible teachers are Mrs Willard Gregson, Mrs Charles Hardgrove, Mrs A. J. Huenhold, Mrs Joseph Skow and the Rev. M. H. Brower. Mrs Richard Mawdsley is director of the Geneva Choir and Mrs Casey Loss is pianist. Craft chairman is Mrs M. H. Brower and teachers are Mrs William Funk, Mrs Irwin Malueg, Mrs Irving Miller. Mrs O. B. Harmes and Mrs W. A. Hardy. Meals are served by the mothers with Mrs Laura Holcomb, chairman. The American Legion Auxiliary held its regular meeting, Monday, Oct. 14, at the Legion Hall. Mrs Les Kenyon presided at the business meeting. Plans were made for the sale of candy as a rrtoney-raising project to be used to sponsor two Girl Scout troops and other worthy projects. Mrt Harold Lamprifht will purchase articles for veteran's rehabilitation as requested for their Christmas giving needs. A request from the Woodward State hospital for encylopedias was read by child welfare chairman, Mrs Ooldie Guderian. Mrs William Specht, membership chairman stated that the Auxiliary has nearly reached the quota of membership. October is membership month and Mrs Specht's committee served lunch following the meeting. Sign Your Name Now at WILTGEN'S $100 - PRIZES! 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Nothing to buy—you need not be present to win. Winners will be notified or watch our big "Lucky Prize Winner" Sheet in our windows. Over 30 gallons of gas, four fishing rods, four reels, four football robes and many other prizes will be offered. , DRAWINGS EVERY HOUR FROM 8 ft. M. TO 10 P. M. BOTH DAYS!! \ ASHTOH STEAK KNIFE With Each Purchase of 7 Gallons of Gasoline i One of these handsome Ashton steak knives is yours free with the purchase of seven gallons of gasoline at KY'S CHAMPLIN SERVICE Friday or Saturday. These attractive knives are made of high polished, stainless steel and have serratecfblades. Take advantage of this sensational offer this week. Later, we'll tell you how to get other knives to complete a set. Candy & Balloons For the Kids Free Roses For the Ladies Free Cigars For the Men Free Coupon Book Worth $5.65 REE COFFEE DOUGHNUTS Both Days! 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