The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1965
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oclst-v? ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Par- rlsh were visited over the weekend by the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gates, Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Gates and the Parrish family, except Mrs. Parrlsh, attended the wedding Saturday evening at Humboldt of Marcla Larson and Larry Lenning. The Gates returned here to spend Sunday. - o - DAUGHTER IS 3 The third birthday of Delyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James St. John, was observed Tuesday. Supper guests were the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. "Judd" St. John and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. William Hammond, also of Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer andjamily, - o - LENTEN PLANS Speakers who will present messages at the Presbyterian church during the Lenten season which begins March 3 are Keith Strayer, March 10; Rev. Bruce Galbreath, Burt, March 17; Rev. Paul Gabrielson, Garner, March 24; Rev. Kay Mills, Goldfield, March 31, Rev. Fred Langberg Storm Lake; April 7, Rev. John Reiners, Lakota. Thursday, the Sacrament of the Lord's supper will be 'administered by Rev. Walter Morz. Special music is being prepared for all of these services. Sunday afternoon, Mar. 7 the high school will present a concert; - o - CLUBS MET Mrs. John Cash entertained her birthday club Friday. The anniversary of Mrs. Ray Potter was observed. Mrs. Herbert Haas entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Rose Sigsbee was hostess to her birthday club Friday. - o COFFEE HOSTS Mrs. Joe Tschetter and Mrs. George Harris, chairmen of the February W. S. C, S. circle, entertained at coffee Thursday. The public was invited. - o - FAREWELL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller were given a farewell party Saturday evening at the community hall at Plum Creek. Sixty-four guests were present. 500 was played and high, second high and low score prizes were won by Ed Kain and Mrs. George Kain, Willis Etherington and Mrs. Jack Scuffham and Calvin Bode and Mrs. Roland Bode, respectively. The honorees were presented with a purse of money. They are moving to a farm near Clear Lake. - o - CLUB HOSTESSES Mrs. John Dutton entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ernest Thiel entertained her card club Wednesday. Mrs. Ralph Valentine was a guest. - o - CLUB MEETING The Twelve Specks club met Feb. 22 with Mrs. L. H. Robinson. - o - WED 51 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robinson celebrated their fifty-first wedding anniversary Feb. 21 and had as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fitzgerald were afternoon callers. The actual wedding date was Feb. 22. Wed 60 Years; Will Honor Bancroft Pair BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mescher will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary by entertaining their children and grandchildren at dinner Sun. noon and an open house will be held in their honor for their many friends and relatives in the afternoon, Sunday, from 2 until 4:30. Mr. and Mrs. Mescher are parents of nine children. BIRTHDAY DATE Perry Torino celebrated his 82nd birthday Sunday. His son Lyle was here from Racine, Wis. for the weekend. Other children were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torino, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. John Guy, Dexter, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. HowardNagel, Trimont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudson and family, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Emily McGuire and Mrs. Tracy, Mason City, returned Thursday after several weeks vacation in the south. Bernard McGuire spent Sat. with his brothers and sisters and in the afternoon Mrs. Richard Menke, Mrs. Cletus Dorr, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGuire visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quinn Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman received a telephone call Thursday evening from their son, Larry, who is in the Navy. He ifiXf^jg t° - 06 aboard ship for a "year, .flis wife Nancy will return to Algona and live with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fosnaugh, until he returns to the states. She has been In California. The accordion was first introduced at Vienna, in 1829. To Fete Swea Couple Mar, 7; Wed 50 Years SWEA-EAGLE - There will be an open house for the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson, Swea City, at the social hall of Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday, March 7, from 2 to 5 p.m. Every one Is invited, no other invitations are being sent. This is sponsored by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glaus, Portland, Oregon, andMr. and Mrs. Everett Johanson, Swea City. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer entertained at 500 Saturday evening at their home at Ceylon. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hoien, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Holger Svendson, Ceylon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Meier, Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Yackle and Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Robinson, Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Krumwiede, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin entertained their card club Feb. 16. Mrs. Laverne Larson and Wallace Dawson received high scores. Callers at the Truman Johnson home during the week were Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Gail, Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Bromley, Fairmont. Mrs. Mervin Johnson entertained eight little boys of the class of her son, Lewis'for his birthday Feb. 17. Guests were David Maus, Brian Wasmoen, Bruce Van Berkum, Craig Dontje, Larry Sanftner, Merlyn Burt, Michael Lockwood and Mike Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spear at Sherburn Wednesday. Saturday visitors at the Dettmer Thompson home were Rev. and Mrs. Andy Swanson of Omaha, Neb. and Mrs. Reuben BIO SPRHVG McKESSON VITVUAJLV 31 DAYS IN MARCH* [WHILE SUPPLY LASTS, FREE PEN SET] Hara'e your big chine* to sava 3 ways - on Baxal Vitamin* for tha family, on axtra special offtra and on FREE gift! 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Try Itl All of these special valua* can ba obtained with coupons from free book available at any ' 'listed below. Remember coupons In the book represent savings up to $69.911 rOW FREE COUPOM BOOK TODAY AT: Rusk Drug & Jewelry Ohlson of Cherokee. They also called at the E. E. Thompson home. Rev. Swanson delivered the sermon at the Baptist church Sunday. The OrmalGuinns visited at the home of her family, the Henry Stoners at Laurens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Gies, Jr. and sons of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of the William Gies, Sr. A discussion group met at the Harold Jones home Saturday evening. Others in the group were the Weldon Brandts and the Virgil Jensens. The Cecil Thoresons, Vernon Pehrsons and Maurice Johaneson met at the Glenn Olson home Friday evening as a discussion group. Saturday evening at the Harvey C. Larsen home guests for their discussion group were the Ormal Guinns, Paul Wiechmanns and the Laverne Larsons. mer Thompson attended an Association meeting at Fort Dodge Monday evening. Wednesday evening guests at the Gene Thompson home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franks and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Pulver and Sunday, her parents, the Walter Minos and family were dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Tornow and family, Armstrong, were guests Sunday evening at the Gene Thompsons. Tuesday, March 2, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Det Moin«-3 Heidi Thoreson entertained five young ladies for her birthday Saturday with an afternoon of sledding. Guests were Roxanne Busch, Becky Roberts, Janice Schwartz, Mary Kay Kockler and Evelyn Person. Heidi's birthday was Valentine's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Darold Gabel of Longmont, Colo, became parents of their first child Feb. 9. Melissa weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Mrs. Lillian Gatel is the child's grandmother. ALGONA SAT. MAT. AT 1:30 Swea- Eagle «*•*•••••»•«•*«»••••••••»•*•*••••»•••««••••«•• : Ends Wednesday - //THE LIVELY SET" THURS- Thn. SAT, MARCH 4 - 6 ALGONA Bronti Mrs. Truman Johnson returned after eight days at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where she submitted to foot surgery. Mrs. Virgil Jensen entered Holy Family hospital for x-rays and tests Thursday. Mr. andMrs.CarlSchauberger attended the funeral of her uncle, Francis Walsh, 58, at Mason City Saturday morning. He leaves three sons and his wife. Mr. Walsh died suddenly of a heart attack. He had not been ill previously. He was a former Ledyard resident. Rev. Cain, Mrs. Ervin Link, Mrs. Lynn Pulver andMrs.Dett- - ONiYIHE FROM THEE ERIE WEB OfTHf UNKNOWN! Obtain your WITCH DEFLECTOR to i^lfcar^., "Pon entering the theatre! Shown At 7 & 9:50 P. M. CANDY MOORE BEN JOHNSON JESSE MITE *CHAMPY. the* COIOR CARTOONS f ADMISSION 75c KIDDIES ONLY 35c 2 FOR-THE-MONEY! NOW...get TWO Retreads for LESS than the cost of ONE NEW original equipment tire! 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