The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 5
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Farmers Coop, Wesley, Holds Annual Meeting WESLEY - The 58th annual stockholders meeting of the Farmers Coop Society was held Monday evening, Feb. 15. There was a business meeting and entertainment by the Barbershop Quartet and the Corn Huskers. Also door prizes and lunch. -o- WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary Feb. 21 at their farm home with open house from 2-5 p.m. All friends and relatives are welcome, -o- Mrs. Justin Becker, Bob, Joyce and Jane were Feb. 7 guests in the Harold Becker home near Algona in honor of the 4th birthday of the latter couple's daughter, Darlene. The Wesleyans were accompanied by the former's granddaughters, Mary, Jean and Rose Baumann, who had spent several days with their grandmother and family. Ruth Ann Nelson has been named to the Dean's list for the first semester at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. She is a senior there and oldest daughter of the Clarence Nelsons. Joe Eisenbacher is spending three weeks in Studio City, Calif., with his sister (Jane), Mrs. Ben Faurot and family. He traveled by plane. Prairie Neighbors met Feb. 9 with Mrs. Dale Dornbier. Her mother, Mrs. Hazel Studer, was IN ALGONA It's the latest fashion to save ! — yes, and more and more people are saving at Home Federal Savings. Open your account soon ! Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n All Aee»unti Fully Incur*! t» $10,000 Save From Tht Tenth — Earn From Tht Flril 4% Current Earnings SINCE T917 - ALGONA, IOWA assistant hostess. It was their annual Valentine party and they held a handkerchief exchange, followed by 500. Mildred Arndorfer was high scorer. New officers had charge of the meeting. They are Maud Studer, president; Bernie Aitcheson, vice.; Josie Lickteig, sec.; Mildred Baylor, treas.; Agnes Stevens, music chairman. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith, who left for Florida late in January, write that they have rented an apartment in St. Petersburg, for two months. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hall of Britt, formerly of the Wesley area, are vacationing in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen entertained friends at dinner Feb. 8 in honor of the birthdays of two guests, Mrs. H. U. Smith and Mrs. Viva Lease. Mrs. John Paulson will be in charge of the Easter Seal sale in Prairie township, St. Benedict and Sexton, and Anna Flom irf Wesley and Wesley township. Oliver Young of Algona, formerly of Wesley, was admitted to St. Ann hospital last week. He makes his home with his son, Rupert Young and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Madsen left Feb. 10 for a vacation in Florida. The Goodwill truck will make a pick-up in Wesley, March 9 of used clothing and furniture. Things can be left in the Methodist church entry. Ten C. D. A. officers and past grand regents were guests of the St. Benedict court Feb. 8. They were Mesdames August and Herman Studer, Geo. Lickteig, LeRoy Grandgenett, Dean Ricke, Tom Lickteig, Norbert Hilbert, Albert Lickteig, Herman Bode, Geo. Ricke and Leo Hanig. 500 was played, followed by lunch. The Geo. Lickteigs visited her brother, Bernard Schrauth, at Emmetsburg, Feb. 7. Mrs. Lorraine Discher's marching team of 22 7th and 8th grade girls put on a marching routine during half time of the boys basketball game in the Corwith gym Feb. 10. This was an outgrowth of the physical education class. Gary Loebig, son of the Wilfred LoebigSj won a superior rating, and Patricia Loebig, daughter of the Al Loebigs, won an excellent rating in C. Y. 0. speech contest at St. Edmond, Fort Dodge, Feb. 7. The students attend Garrigan at Algona, and Gary will be among students to attend the C. Y. 0. finals at Fonda, March 7. IOWA ORANGES A dwarf orange tree owned by Mrs. Lilian Smith of Lamoni bore four baseball sized oranges ready for eating this month. The tree was a gift from her grandson, David Derry who sent it to her from St. Augustine, Fla., in the summer of 1962. Chevy H 100 Station Wagon tightwads Chevy E Chevy U 100 2-Door Sedan With aluminized exhausts that discourage corrosion,,. Delcotron generators that encourage longer battery life , , , brakes that adjust themselves , , . rocker panels that flush themselves free of dirt and salt. Tight? They're downright miserly! They're good looking. Clean. Functional. You can get an economical 4-cylinder engine in the sedan or in both cars, a 120-hp Hi-Thrift Six that's quick to do everything but cost you money. As we said earlier, these are our lowest priced cars. Try one out today. You're looking at the lowest priced sedan and station wagon that Chevrolet makes. They neither look nor act their price. They're roomy. The sedan seats six. ihe wagon has nine feet from the back of the front seat to the tip of the lowered tailgate. Drive something really new—discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's discover the difference Chwmlet • Chewlle • ChevgU* Corwir* Corvette KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY •"•^ ^»" •• • mm «P • Notes Of Servicemen U. S, ARMY, EUROPE - Army Specialist Five Monte W. Wingert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clare E. Wingert, Wesley, received a safe driver award while assigned to the 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment in Germany, Jan. 28. Specialist Wingert achieved recognition for his outstanding safety record and skill in the operation and maintenance of military vehicles. Wingert, a mechanic in Troop G, 2d Reconnaissance Squadron, entered the Army in December 1958. He was last stationed at Fort Carson, Colo., and arrived overseas on this tour of duty in December 1962. The 24-year-old soldier is a 1957 graduate of St. Lawrence College High School, Mount Calvary, Wis. -o- FORT HOOD, TEX. - Second Lt. Daryl L. Rolland, 22, whose wife, Paula, lives in Iowa City, was assigned to the 319th Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Hood, Tex., Jan. 28. Lieutenant Rolland, intelligence officer with the battalion, entered the Army in August 1964. He was last stationed at Fort Holabird, Md. The lieutenant was graduated from Twin Rivers Community School in 1960, and the State University of Iowa in 1964. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rolland, live in Bode. gift. The Harms mnverl to Pocahontas during the weekend. The Bill Chamliers, Newton, came Thursday for a week's visit at the Andrew Harms home and to assist them in moving. Mrs. Ella Meyer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. EuCktire Meyer to Marcus to attend final rites for Mrs. E. L. Wittkopf. Mr. and Mrs. Rudv Willrett Thursday, Feb. 18, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r D*< Moin«t~S Driver's License Patrolman Bill Tordoff, driver's license examiner in this area, reminded persons again this week they MUST HAVE their social security number card with them when they apply for a new driver's license or a renewal of their present one. Numerous news stories have announced the fact in recent months, but many still forget to bring it with them when applying. arrived home the last of the week from a vacation in Florida. At Crystal River, Fla., they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Estel Rentz, former Bnrt residents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent the weekend at Fredricksburg, where they attended the wedding of the latter's niece, Judy Hopkins. Members of the Burt United Presbyterian Women will meet at the church Feb. 17. Hostesses will be Mesdames Delmar Angus, Roy Ringsdorf, and George Patterson. 10» $. HAU AIGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3554 Burf Eastern Star Special Fete Slated BURT - Twenty-six members of Kossuth Chapter Eastern Star, Burt, braved stormy weather Tuesday night to attend the meeting and make plans for the officers School of Instruction. Mrs. Fred Shilts, Algona, district instructor, will conduct the school for officers at the chapter room Feb. 25. At 11:15 a.m. there will be a luncheon for officers, instructor and courtesy candidates. The school will begin promptly at 12:30 p.m. The evening dinner will be held at 6 p.m. Reservations for this must be made to Mrs. Al Hinckley by Feb. 22. Work will be exemplified at 8 p.m. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Newbrough will be initiated into the order. Members also voted to meet at the hall at 7 p.m., Feb. 22 to clean the rooms. Hostesses Tuesday night were Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen, Cheryl and Ronnie, Northwood, were weekend guests at the parental G. H. McMullen home. Gwenyth Teeter, Mason City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Graham, Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Graham went to Iowa City, Sunday, and spent the day with their mother, Mrs. 0. H. Graham, at University hospital. 0. H. Graham, who spent several days last week with his wife, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd spent several days the past week at Readlyn with relatives. They were accompanied back to Readlyn by Mrs. Happel's mother, Mrs. Deterding, who had assisted her daughter and family move. Mrs. Al Hinckley entertained at a farewell coffee for Barbara Harms, Thursday. Guests were neighbors and members of the Inez circle. Attending were Mrs. Bill Chambers, Newton, Irma Doege, Ella Meyer, Ruth Happel and Todd, Linda Kadow, Phyllis Wiener, Louise Engstrom, Roberta and Nancy, Louise McFarland, Marlene Davis, Beth Miller, Janice Schaller, Darcy and Kathi, Geneveve Spry, Benita Mitchell, Esther Hilton, Char. 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