The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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4—Al$eno (la.) Upper DM Meintt Thursday, Feb. 4, 1965 Wesley Church Plans Party WESLEY - CDA'S heu then regular monthly meeting Jan. 26. Hazel Studer read a note from the St. Benedict court in- viting the K-,U crane! rfemts t, thoir KeK t. \ tvisK'in'i and CUPS! Valentine party -A:]! !y> heli n (lw parish hall F<M . 14. \ r v; lurk lu"0>-, M. ill ',v. SPWrd. L'nna Kiin? ;ia>i .in fiJtirk' o;, "TV I.,P,;n;, •>', i)er.--;.r \ ." M: s. '•• f.n i;irii d 1 ^ n.imr STYLE 209 * 60^ Dkcron/407t Nylon Jersey Cord * Semi-Fitted Shift Style * Separate Belt * Horizontal Trim on Front Rlackct * Large Loop Buttonhole* * Simulated Covered Buttons * Deep Side Skirt Pockets * White Only Sizes 6 through 18 VIVIAN'S MODE-O-DAY SHOPPE 108 E. STATE ALGONA PH. 295-3214 to live heller electrically, you need ... enough switches, for convenience and safety ... enough outlets, so you can "plug in" wonderful electric appliances anywhere you wish . enough wiring circuits, to carry the electricity where you want it. Ask your electrician about a wiring check-up for your home ... to be sure your wiring is ready for BETTER LIVING, ELECTRICALLY! "*-- • '•' ' " " "^ ;r "" ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES ilr.v.T; f"i attendance Pudtro ar.'i MX) was i>la\ed. liclTi Johnson, Emma Olson, VamU PWfer, I^rothv Bf-ckpr, Irenf* Hanir and Imopene Stumer •VPIT< ii;i the kitchen committee. Matilda G'Xrt?., Bernirp Vitzthum, Kli7alfth D'unbier, Ruth Youngwirth, Karen Hanig and Man ]tn: k'.vorwl M-r-rp on the- entertain- n\o",}\ roininittep. EX-HKSIDENT WEDS Jiivrf Osterramp, daughter of Mrs. Greta Ostfcicamp of Britt, forrnprh of Wesley, and the late Herman Oster^amp, was married l)er. 19 in Kirhfield, Minn., to John H. Heen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Heen of Minneapolis. She is employed as nurse in the offices of brs. Wlpperman and Hocknem of Minneapolis, and he is a law student at Minn. University. The George Oster- camps and the Hotwrt Wetlands attended the wedding. -o - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker of West Bend, were Jan. 28 guests in the J. L. Walker home in honor of the 12th birthday of their granddaughter, Ann Walker. Susan Ackerson was her overnight guest. Mrs. L. L. Lease received word of the death of her brother, Chas. Gesme, 82, of Eugene, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Heldorfer of Bancroft were Jan. 25 visitors in the Geo. Ltckteig home. Mrs. Geo. Lickteig, Ruth Schrauth, Marilyn Lickteig, Maud Studer and Ella Hanig were guests of the Bancroft CDA's. Carol Root, daughter of the L. T. Roots, graduated from State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, Jan. 20, with a B. A, degree in elementary education. Feb. 1, she began teaching first grade in Hoover school, Cedar Rapids. Ronnie Root, who attends Loras College, Dubuque, came Friday to spend the semester break at the parental home. Mrs. Frank Fox returned Jan. 24 from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been several days for medical aid. Mrs. Roland Waldschmidt of Spencer came Jan. 31 to spend several days in the parental Ben G. Studer home. Mrs. Emma Sherman of Ft. Dodge, who is spending some time at the home of her daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Ricke and family, was a guest in the Frank Matern home, Britt, and the Ben Matern home, Garner, several days recently. The Mesdames Kate Wagner, Otto Henderson and Kate Flom went to Mason City, Jan. 27, to help their former neighbor, Mrs. Mary Bradfield, celebrate a birthday. Yo Yo club met Jan. 21 in the Methodist church parlors for a hard time party. Hosts were the Paul Parkhursts and the George Detmerings. This group will have Its annual out-of-town dinner party in lieu of a March meeting. The Ed Otlses, Lester Larsons, Joe Skows, Geo. Seabergs and Frank Bleich returned Wednesday evening from a 3-day Grain Dealers Convention in Des Moines. Larry Lee Youngwirth left Jan. 19, for 8 weeks basic training at the naval station at San Diego, Calif. Rollin Studer, son of the Herman Studers, has been elected to the board of directors of the Britt Coop. Creamery. Ruth Ann Nelson, senior at Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, spent several days over the Jan. 31 weekend in the parental Clarence Nelson home. Mike Lickteig spent several days during the semester break at Loras college, Dubuque, at his parental Albert Lickteig home, over the Jan. 31 weekend. LONE ROCK Mi*. A. A. Kru«t«r LONE ROCK - Fritz Newbrough was at the grain dealers' convention and was one of 24 who was in the graduating class of the Felco Management School, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. FritzNewbrough spent Wednesday night at the home of her brother, Dennis Schmidt at Sigoumey. Those who called at the Jim Long home Thursday in honor of Mrs. Long's birthday were Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Mary Genrich, Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Mae Quinn, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Miss Neva Thompson, Mrs. Willard Thompson, Mrs. Jerry Wibben and Debbie and Deuise Ramus, Mrs. Roger Long and son Durwin. Lee Person went to Winnebago, Minn., Monday, for an extended visit with his daughter, the Milo Boaebrakes. Ten tables of 500 were played at the region hall Thursday night and the next party will be Feb. 11. Everyone is welcome. Mrs. A. A. Knieger entertained a birthday croup Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Roy Jensen's birthday. Guests were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Ro^or Jensen, fena Jensen, Mrs. Frank Flaic, Mrs. Milford Mitchell, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. E. A. Lee and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Long and Tracy, Bettendorf, were weekend guests at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs.George Kissner. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Andre-.'. Thomsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. Fntz N'ewbrough attended a managers and directors convention at Des Moines from Monday to Wednesday. Daniel Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, was baptized Sunday by Msgr. P. P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's church, Algona. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier of Ventura. They were all dinner guests of Mrs. Radig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, Algona, also the Leo Lallier's daughters and Mrs. Radig's grandmother, Mrs. Eliza Angle, Algona. Afternoon guest was Mrs. Sarah Lallier of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Algona, visited her sister, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Tuesday. Ruth Ann Nelson Of Wesley To Wed In June 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson of Wesley announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth Ann Nelson, to Duane Kelch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelch, Corwith. The wedding will take place June 19. She will be graduated from Briar Cliff College in May. Mr. Kelch is a graduate of Iowa Barber College and is employed in Hampton. CONSTRUCTION PAPER White tt Colors, 12x18. — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Office Supply Dept. Coll For Entries In Soil-Water Speech Contest The fourth annual Soil and Water Conservation Screech Contest was announced by Julius Baas, chairman of the district commissioners. The contest is open to all students in junior and senior high schools in Kossuth county from grades 7 through 12. Contestants will be allowed to give a speech of at least five minutes and no longer than ten minutes. The subject of the speech will be "How Soil and Water Conservation Affects My Future". Contestants will be judged on originality, aptness of thought, and the manner in which the speech is presented. Contestants will not be allowed to use notes. Contestants may enter by sending their name, address, name of school, name of teacher and photo of themselves to the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District, Box 397, Algona, Iowa. Local awards will be $15 for first place; $10 for second place; and $5 for third place. Suitable recognition will be given for regional and state winners. Last years Kossuth County Speech contest winner was Stanley Tjaden of Lakota. Dealine for entering this contest will be February 26, 1965. l The U. S. uses about 400 billion gallons of water a day. Nearly 60 percent of the world's land is arid Red China has thirty submarines. There are 23 legitimate theaters in Athens. Greece. ow .. . avallablt In feed market throughout North Central lewa IT WILL BE A REAL EYE OPENER/ Shown here is the four unit web-offset press to be erected shortly In Algona by Midwest Printing & Litho, Inc. for use in centralized printing, and other publication work. all types of COMMERCIAL PRINTING Office Supplies and BUSINESS EQUIPMiNT FIREPROOF HOME VAULTS and FILES CIRCULARS end CATALOGS School DESKS and SEATING UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING Co. Publishers of THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Phont 295-3535 - ALGONA, IOWA

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