The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 3
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Thundoy, March 11, 1965 AI 8 ona (to.) Upper D»* Main**-* AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SfflERK MR, AND MRS. Lewis Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison, with Mr. Mar* shall as pilot, left by plane for. Phoenix and Scottsdale, Ariz, Mr, and Mrs. Marshall will visit Mr. and Mrs. MaynardGuderian. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison will visit their daughter, Deanne and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donn Miner and baby Del Rae, and a brother of Mrs. Hutchison, Will- ..iam Bi Arnold, They will also .visit Mr. and Mrs. Neil Monaco and family. Mrs. Monaco Is the former Betty Merritt, and the family are former ' Algonans. The group plans to be gone about a week. -o- SALLY STTEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele and a student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, visited her parents over the weekend. -o- MR. AND MRS. Eugene Murtagh and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thoreson attended the convention of the Iowa State Pharmaceutical Association In Des Moines Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. -o- ANN HAASE, student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent from Friday evening until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase. -o- / MRS. ROBERT McCullough 'entertained her bridge club Friday evening with two tables in .play. Mrs. Leo Cassel won first prize and Mrs. Don Ferris, second. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore attended a cabinet meeting of the Lions Club district at Belmond Sunday. Mr. Sloniker spoke Wednesday at a zone rally of Lions at Klemme. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Sloniker and Mayor and Mrs. Harold Gartner of Titonka attended a meeting of Lions and their wives at Clarion. -o- PATTY State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, arrived Friday evening and spent until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz, Jr., Irvington. -o- MR. AND MRS. Russell Buchanan had as weekend guests her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wallace and two daughters of Clarence. -o- MRS. LEO CASSEL entertained her sewing club Monday evening. -o- MRS. KIRK HAYES entertained recently in honor of her son Jeffery's fourth birthday. Refreshments were served to six neighbor friends of Jeffrey. -o- LARRY BRAUN, a student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Braun. -o- THE ALGONA Ministerial Union met Tuesday for luncheon at the Johnson House. President of the group is the Rev. Newton Coughenour. MR. AND. MRS. James Kolp, ST., Ida Grove, ai rived Sunday and spent overnight with Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp, Jr. and family. JAMES KELLY has been hospitalized at Palo Alto hospital in Emmetsburg since he was in an accident near Emmetsburg Friday morning. He has been under examination and observation for a back injury. Friends visited him Sunday. Traveling west on 18, he stopped to allow oncoming traffic to come through In a one-way traffic area, due to the storm. He was struck from the rear by a RE A Express truck, about one-half mile east of Emmetsburg. Among those who visited him were Kevin Schmitt and Ed Wolf. -o- D. A. R. met Tuesday for luncheon at the Algona Hotel. Hostesses were Mrs.A.M.Quin- tard, Mrs. Robert Williams, Mrs. Beth Miller, Mary Genrich of Lone Rock and Ardis Jones of Fenton. ' The foreign-exchange student at Algona high school, Salvador Souza, presented the program. Regent of the D. A. R. is Mrs. Roy McMahon. -o- SUSAN EVERDS of Allison Is spending several days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds, while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Everds are attending the girls' basketball tournament in Des Moines. -o-ROBBIE HUTCHINS, son of Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Hutchlns, student at Heidelberg University in Germany, is spending a month in Rome, according to word to his parents last Friday. He is taking advantage of any time off from school to travel and become acquainted with as many places of interest as possible while he is in Europe. -o- THE SENIOR MYF elected officers recently. Elected president was Glenn Tschetter; vice-president, Pam Kees; secretary, Sue Moulton; and treasurer, Kathy v < Darby shire.. -. ••• Their < r«presentn t ative-tp the Algona Youth Council will be Glenn Tschetter and Judy Thompson and sub-district representatives are Glenn Tschetter and Phil Taylor. Publicity chairman Is Gary Barr. Chairmen in various areas include: faith, Craig Taylor; witness, Phyllis Moulton; out reach, Connie Darbyshire; citizenship, Cathy Blxler; and fellowship, Larry Munger and Kevin Hoover. Hosts for the meeting were Dr. and Mrs. John Schutter and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will. Counsellors of the group are Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton. -o- fflGH SCHOOL students of the Methodist church meet each Wednesday morning at 7:40 for breakfast and prayer service, conducted by the Rev. Newton Coughenour. Hostesses yesterday for the breakfast were Mrs. James Fitz- patrlck, Mrs. Joe Tschetter and Mrs. Max Bartholomew. -o- MR. AND MRS. Brady Rovn became grandparents of their first grandson Tuesday with the birth of a son to their daughter, Jean, Mr. ;and Mrs. Randall Shlerk of Minneapolis. thr«vf «4*wf North Ctntral i?wa , • for your fi • • .. t It H Eat Better! Spend Less! WITH OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES Humpty Dumpty CHUM SALMON ': 39 :\\ Heinz 14 oz. 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