The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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13-Aloono, (| 0 .) thurtdoy, Nb. 4, Public Finance Panels Name Chairmen How March Of Dimes Small groups of four to six couples will be meeting in homes throughout the county discussing FINANCING OUR PUBLIC SERVICES during February and early March, reports Galen De- Valois, County Extension Director. This discussion series is a part of the educational program of Iowa State University and the Kossuth Extension Service. Discussion leaders are furnished a kit including four fact sheets, one for each week, to give information and to encourage discussion. Contact these people, shown above, if you are interested in discussing taxation in Iowa. They have the information and materials and are promoting these discussions in their neighborhoods and communities. They are, left to right, back row, Steve Tjaden, Lakota; Bob Fortney, Bancroft; and Everett Thorson, Armstrong; middle row, Earl Kvamsdale, Swea City; Orville Thoreson, Swea City; Ted Jensen, Fenton; and Melvin Logemann, Ledyard; and front row, Erwin Eden, Titonka; David and Albert Kollasch, Bancroft. Ray Cunningham, Burt; Robert Boleneus, Wesley; H. E. Rachut and Donald Mitchell, Burt; Stan Gardner, Algona; Darrel Dreyer and Ervin Borchardt, Fenton; Leonard Elbert, Whittemore; Robert Bormann, Bode; Perry M. Collins, Algona; Earle Hanselman, LuVerne; Mrs. Walter Campney, Burt; Swen Laison, Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, Burt; Mrs. Ed Arend, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Blerstedt, Whittemore; Robert .Deal, Algona. Art Person and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson, Burt; Mrs. Albert Johnson, Corwith; Raymond Kohlhaas, Irvington; Wm. Tokheim, Swea City; and Gerald Pedersen, Ledyard, are others serving. AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. James Merryman left Monday by plane from Fort Dodge on a three-week vacation in Hawaii. Mrs. Harry (Hazel) Morey of West Bend is staying with Danny and Steve during the absence of their parents. The Merrymans will visit Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoskins at Ewa Beach on Oahu, stationed there with the Navy, -o- DR. AND MRS. Bourne returned to Algona, Sunday, after taking their son, Bill, to Boulder, Colorado, where he is enrolled at the University of Colorado. They spent two evenings with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morck, Jr., Boulder. He is employed by Druggists Mutual and Mrs. Morck, former music teacher here, is teaching part-time there. In Denver, they lunched with Dr. and Mrs. Robert Collett. Mrs. Collett is the former Mary Janice McWhorter. They also visited briefly with Dr. and Mrs. Roger Minkel, formerly of Swea City, now of Boulder. At Lincoln, on their return trip, they called on Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ostwinkle. Mrs. Ostwinkle is a cousin of Mel. -o- MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker were accompanied by Mayor and Mrs. Harold Gartner of Titonka to Hubbard last Monday, where a new Lion's club was chartered. Mr. Gartner also accompanied Mr. Sloniker to a zone meeting at Belmond, Tuesday. Thursday (today), Mr. Sloniker will be speaker at a meeting of the Lions and their wives at Marble Rock. On Sunday, he will participate in a meeting of Lions trustees in Des Moines. -o- MRS. LOUIS Reding and Mrs. Clara Walker spent the weekend at Ames, with Vicki Steil and attended "Beggar's Opera" in which Miss Steil had a part, -o- KENNETH SMITH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith, Bancroft, assisted the police during the inauguration of President Johnson. Kenneth lives at Arlington, Va., and is a member of the National Guard, -o- Two sisters of Mrs, J. B. Harris, Jr., visited at the Dr. Harris residence this week. They are Mrs. EWon Veld and family and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stewart and family, all of Eldora. -0' MRS. JAMES KOLP entertained her two-table bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Don Hemmingsen held high score, with Mrs. Jack CbrischiUes holding second high. ;u'/JH MRS. KATHERINE Krause Is on an extended visit 'with a brother and sister In Monrovia, Cal. Accompanying her on the trip is Mabel Rubel, Fort Dodge, sister of Mrs. Ethel Colwell of Algona. The two ladies left Tuesday and are making the trip by car. -o- MR. AND MRS. Charles Sheakley were accompanied by Mrs. E. S. Sheakley of Emmetsburg to Chicago, where they spent four days attending market and on a buying trip. They were gone from Saturday; returning Tuesday. -o- MRS. JOE Tschetter was accompanied by her son, Glenn, and Mr. and Mrs, Calvin Tschetter of Eagle Grove 1 , to attend the graduation of another son, Ron, from Western Michigan University at KalaraMoo. He received a bach$l$f| of science degree, with his major in food merchandising. Ron has remained at Kalamazoo and the rest of the family returned to Iowa last Sunday, -o- MR. AND MRS. Ed L. Wolcott are en rpute to Hawaii. This week, they are visiting at Burbank, California, with a brother of Mr. Wolcott, DeVere, and a sister, Mrs. Ben Zinn. They are to go by plane Monday to Hawaii, where they will be at Waikiki Beach. They expect to return in April, -o- REV. AND MRS. Newton Coughenour left Monday for a three- week vacation trip to southern states. They spent two days in Waterloo before continuing south. Rev. Kenneth Barringer of Des Moines will conduct services next Sunday. Dr. L. L. Snyder, lay leader, is in charge of arrangements for services during the absence of the Cou- ghenours. -o- THE KICK-OFF card tournament will be held at Algona Country Club Saturday evening, starting with dinner. One match will be played weekly for several weeks, with elimination at each session. Mr. and Mrs. Don Prleskorn are chairman of this week's event, -o- MRS. LOWELL SMITH was hostess Tuesday to her sewing club. -o- MR. AND MRS. Lowell Smith were hosts to their couples' bridge club last Saturday evening, following dinner at the Country Club. Guests of the group were Mr. and Mrs. Burton Harmes. Holding high scores were Frank Moulton and Mrs. Robert Williams. For Kossuth Heart Drive Mrs. Don Mitchell of Burt, chairman of the Kossuth county Heart Association, has released the names of town and township chairman in charge of the drive for funds during National Heart Month, which started Feb. 1. Secretary of the county organization is Mrs. Richard Campney of Burt, and treasurer is F. L. (Hoy) McMahon of Algona. Town chairmen include the following: Bancroft, Mrs. William Karels, with Mrs. Don Behnkendorf as co-chairman; Burt, Mrs. James Fries; Fenton, Mrs. Gerald Voigt; Lakota, Pearl M. Smith; Ledyard, Mrs. E. A. Carpenter; Lone Rock, Angus Cotton; LuVerne, Allen Blake; Swea City, Mrs. Dennis Mittag; Titonka, Mrs. Bea Garrett; Wesley, Mrs. Clifford Anfinson; and Whittemore, Mrs. George Maahs. Township chairmen include the following: Buffalo, Mrs. Ted De Boer, Titonka; Burt, Mrs. Art Person, Lone Rock; Cresco, Mrs. Douglas Wlldln, Algona; Eagle, Mrs. Walter Gorackzow- ski, Swea City; Fenton, Angus Cotton, Lone Rock; German, Mrs. Henry Plaiser, Titonka; Grant, Mrs. W. L. Reynolds, Swea City, and Mrs. Robert Briggs, Ledyard; Greenwood, Mrs. Maurice P. Bernhard, Bancroft; Harrison, Mrs. Henry Eggerth, Swea City, and Mrs. William Mather, Jr., Ledyard; Hebron, Mrs. Edwin Nauman, Elmore, Minn. Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemkee, Irvington; Ledyard, Mrs. Howard Klinsklek, Lakota; Lincoln, Mr. August Metz, Lakota; Lotts Creek, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Whittemore; Lu Verne, Mrs. Joel Reding; Plum Creek, Mrs. L. S. Young, Algona; Portland, Mrs. Russel Parsons, Burt; Prairie, Mrs. Thomas Llcktelg, Wesley; Ramsey, Mrs. Elmer Paulson, Lakota; Rlverdale, Mrs. Eugene Lemkee, Irvington; Seneca, Mrs. Everett Witham, Bancroft; Sherman, John Blumer, Livermore; Springfield, Mrs. Ervln Brandt, Ledyard; Swea, Mrs. Herman Askeland, Jr., Armstrong; Union, Mrs. Daniel fisher, Algona; Wesley, MrsrSadie Struthers, Wesley; and Wfiittemore, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Whittemore. No township ch'alrhHan has yet been found for Garfleld'. ' Mrs. Wm. Prior Services At LuVerne Today Mrs. William Prior, 52, Lu Verne, died Monday night at Park hospital, Mason City, after an extended illness. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. at LuVerne Methodist church by the Rev. Worthie K. Usher. The body will then be taken to Des Moines for cremation. The Blake Funeral Home, LuVerne, is in charge of arrangements. The former Margaret Davis, Mrs. Prior was born at Canandaigua, N. Y., and married William Prior in 1932 at Livonia, N. Y. They moved to Ida Grove, Iowa, shortly afterward and lived there until coming to LuVerne in 1949. Mrs, Prior is survived by her husband; three children, Donovan Prior of Storm Lake, Mrs. James Slotter of Forest City, and Miss Sally Prior of Mason City, and four grandchildren. Also surviving is her mother, Mrs. Rowena Davis of Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. Prior was a member of the White Shrine and a past worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Star. Mar gene Merkle to Be a June Bride LUVERNE - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle of Lu Verne announce the engagement of their daughter, Margene Marie, to Wayne E. Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton of Denver, Colo. Miss Merkle is a senior at Westmar College in LeMars. Her fiance, a graduate of the University of Minnesota, is employed in Denver. The wedding will take place in June. Attend Meeting Bancroft - Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schiltz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Swea City, to Mar- shailtown, Wednesday, where they attended & meeting ol the Lennox Furnace Co. Helped A County Boy If you have ever wondered about the March of Dimes, perhaps the case of Jon Weder- qtiist, age 4 1/2 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wederquist of Sexton, will help to explain it. Jon, pictured almve, has been fighting a successful battle with the help <>f the "March of Dimes". Medical science has been working to correct a spinal ailment with which you usually do not walk - but Jon is. He also received medical help in combating early stages of cancer. A letter recently received from Jon's parents had this tu say: "You were right in saying we have had a tremendous load - expensewise - and we still have and will probably continue to have one for several years. However, when we look at Jon, normal and healthy, it is well worth it, and believe me, your check has helped us Iwth financially and has made us realize that there are people who care and RUSK'S opes recently mailed out has been reasonably good - but there are still a great many envelopes that the committee would like to see come in - and so would many hundreds of other youngsters like Jon of Sexton, and their parents. will lend a helping hand when possible." Bill Nugent, county chairman of the current March of Dimes drive, says response to envel- HOSPITAL NEWS Jan. 26 - Birth; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simon, Whittemore, girl, 5 pounds, 11 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Robert Davis, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Donald Woodley and baby, West Bend; Mrs. Larry Buschef, Algona; William M. Meyer, Whittemore; Mrs. Ethel Colwell, Algona. Jan. 27 - Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Meyer and baby, Rutland; Mrs. Robert Davis, Algona; Baby William Meyer, Whittemore. Jan. 28 - Admitted: Bernard Schade, Bode, T & A; Mrs. Robert Altman, LuVerne, medical. Jan. 29 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Daugherty, Algona, girl, 6 pounds, 10 oz.; admitted: Conley Goodwin, Algona, medical;' Joe Eich, Bancroft, medical; George Clnk, Wesley, med* ical; dismissed: Wendell Po- chaska, Ankeny; William Gade, Whittemore. Jan. 30 - Admitted: Ralph Prew, Mrs. Freda Norman, Floyd Turner, Algona, medical; Fred Helmke, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: John Van Hise, Whittemore; Bernard Schade, Bode; Conley Goodwin and Maureen Quinn, Algona. Jan. 31 - Admitted: Adrian Schoonmaker, Algona, medical; Mrs. Ellen Ludwig, Corwith, surgery; dismissed: Sister Mary Imelda, Algona; Mrs. Robert Simon and baby, Whittemore. Feb. 1 - Admitted: Sister Mary Rose, Algona, medical; Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Algona, medical; Earl Elbert, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Adrian Schoonmaker and Gerald Miller, Algona;' Mrs. Marietta Altman, LuVerne. Honor Roll At Ledyard LEDYARD - The honor roll for the first semester of school is as follows: seventh grade: Martha Wallentine, bebra Ingebritson and Nancy Thompson; eighth grade: Mardelle Griese, Kathy Hurlburt, Cynthia Klinksiek, Craig Klocke, Derwin Lemke and Marvel Orvick. G. V. Kelllng is a patient at the Buffalo Center Clinic. PIZZA NOW AVAILABLE AT FINN'S BAKERY 120 EAST STATE 295-5213 ALGONA FREE Be SURE To REGISTER For $200°° DIAMOND RING (MEN'S or LADIES) CONTINUES THROUGH SAL, FEB. 6 FREE ZEISS CAMERA OUTFIT TO CLOSEST GUESS ON NUMBER OF ASPIRIN IN GIANT BOTTLE FREE ROSES TO FIRST 100 LADIES IN OUR STORE FRI. & SAT., FEB. 5-6 FREE | BALLOONS I TO THE ! KIDDIES ' McKesson BIG 2 for 1 SALE COUGH & COLD SPECIALS MvKvssiin QXO COLD TABLETS ADULT Decongestant and cough suppressor **.69 SPECIAL SAVINGS VITAMIN A CAPSULES nooou* MO* X McKesson. MINERAL OIL HEAVY COLDTABLETS MqKeason ACNE-DRI ForAcni — Plmplit * "chewabte Pleasantly flavored McKesson DOUCHE POWDE In McKesson DOUCHE POWDER PACKETS axon NOSE DROPS FOR CHILDREN Gentle. Non-irritating. axon McKesson SUPER HIGH POTENCY VITAMIN MINERAL CAPSULES- COUGH MEDICINE ADULT Non naicotic McKesson MEDICATED SUPPOSITORIES HEMORRHOIDS MEDICATED OINTMENT HEMORRHOIDS axon THROAT LOZENGES for quick relief ROOM VAPORIZER iMIIICITlll For children and adulti,. t«xon • ££ 10 IL . V RIO. MICI |l.1» McKesson VITAMIN C TWINS 75< *1» McKesson . ALBOLENE LIQUID Pure medicinal mineral oil, SUN MARK FACIAL TISSUE axon THROAT SPRAY 6 cCi mum Antiseptic Anesthetic, ||fi Convenient spiav. axon COUGH MEDICME FOR CHILDREN Non narcotic, pleasantly flavored. 2HS24S **69« McKesson Milk of MAGNESIA ALARM CLOCK McKctiKOQ BEXELMP MiKi'.iinn INHALANT Nr in »Hk ELECTRIC VAPORIZERS McKcnon MnMCTERIM. 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