The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 10
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BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Herbert Haas entertained her bridge club Wednesday at Mrs. Russell Cook's. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Tuesday, March 9, at 2 p. m. circle bible study leaders will meet with Rev. Walter Morz In the Fireside room. Chapter 3 "The Gospel of Freedom" will be discussed. At 8 o'clock Ruth circle will meet with Mrs. Keith Christie, co-hostess, Mrs. Stanley Sorenson. - o TWEETING The annual meeting of Kossuth County Tuberculosis and Health Assn. will be held at Algona Hotel with a noon luncheon March 12. PLAN MEETING March 15, the area evangelism meeting will be held at 7:309:30 at the Goldfield Presbyterian church. Those Intending to attend will please notify Rev. Morz to consolidate transportation. - o •• WED 47 YEARS The forty-seventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Mlnard, former Algonans, was celebrated last \Vednesday at Humboldt. In attendance were Lt. and Mrs. Don Grant, San Clemente, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reefer, Douglas and Snarl, Cheryl Harris, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mlnard and Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mlnard and Cindy and Mr. and Mrs. our ENTIRE STOCKS off MEN'S Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 3.95 and 2.98 Many famous name brands Included In this remarkable salel Choose from handsome woven gingham plaids, stripes, patterns and rich solid colors . .. Ivy button-down, regular spread or hl-boy collars. 2«'6 FOR R«g. 3.95 ••• Sliti:S-M-L-XL 2 FOR *5 R«g. 2.98 t«. Sizes: S-M-L CHARGE IT and SAVE/ too...at SftL I,pro> Nolcon. A potlnrk supper was scrvpil and the evening was spout at ranis. High score prize was won I'vChpryl Harris and low smrp pmr> went to Mrs. Don Grant. - o - SUPPFR GUESTS A potlnrk supper was held Saturday evening at Mrs. Mary Olson's In observance of her birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden, Julia Taylor, Mrs. Frnst Thlel, Mrs. Henry Wnrmhier, Louise Haiip- tly, Bf>rt Cronan and Mr. and Mrs. .less Laslil'iook. WOMAN'S i run The Plum Creek Womens Club met Feb. 24 with Pearl Etherington, assisted by Elfreda Clark and Violet Davis. Twenty-one members and three guests were present. Inspiration was by Millie Slagle. Donna Uroesder and Elfreda Clark gave a report on basis nutrition. Marjorle Bode and Eleanor Gardner gave tlie lesson on vegetable workshop. Blanche Long gave a talk. The next meeting will be Marrli 24 with Corrlnne Gab- rlelson. - o - HOUSEWARMING SURPRISE Mr. ajid Mrs. Berl Priebe were honored at a surprise housewarming party, Friday evening, at their new home west of Algona. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priebe, Mrs.Carl Paetz, Mrs. Leonard Drager, Eugene Drager, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Benschoter, Arlen Benschoter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kain, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Priebe, Lola Scuffham, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Plaehn, Mr. and Mrs. William Paetz and Marilyn and Christal Paetz. The evening was spent playing cards and the Priebes were presented with a gift. - 0'- ZETA XI SORORITY Zeta XI Sorority met February 22 at the home of De McGulre for a party meeting. The next meeting will be March 8 at the home of Marcia Nelson. Lessons will be given by Sharon Cowan and Corrine Shimel. 700 Books For The Library At Whiffemore WHITTEMORE - Last Wednesday, the Whlttemore library received 700 new books on loan for a three-month period from Mason City public library. This Is part of the area extension service of the State Traveling Library. As another advantage to small libraries, the extension service will also fill special requests. Tliis special request may be for a specific book for information regarding certain subject matter. At present, the library is being redecorated. Meanwhile, it Is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:30, Thursday evening from 7 to 9 and Saturdays from 1 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. Weds In California 10—Algonn, (la.)JJpp«r D«* MelnM Thursday, March 11, 196S C. D. A. will meet March 10. Bandages for the missions are to be brought, sewn and rolled at this meeting. A film will be shown by Rev. C. H. Freidman on his 1964 European tour. A nominating committee will be selected to name a slate of offi- cers to be presented to the court at the April meeting. Election of officers is held annually at the May meeting. Committee in charge of the annual father- son K. C. banquet March 17 will be Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. Albert Thtlges^Mrs. Peter Rect. ing and Mrs. Bernard Streit. March meeting committee are Mrs. Frank HUbert, Mrs.Eugene Thul, Mrs. Deleano Grimm and Mrs. Willie Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner spent the weekend with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.and Mrs. Leroy Nepple, LaCrosse, Wise. ....... Today's farmer is different He farms more efficiently— to produce higher yields from every acre, and maintain a profit. He uses only the most modern equipment, fertilizers, chemicals and seeds. So are DEKALB Single and 3-way crosses These Single-Crosses and 3-Way Hybrids are bred to take the extra stresses of early planting, high populations and added fertility ... bred to return more for every dollar invested. : ! ^v, .^--» « 4> ,* #? '"•'-**"• •• '^mv^p//- r^V'fc -••••^s&m&J.-'.-.- f • *fc. ~ ft LONE ROCK-Redeemer Lutheran church In South Gate, Cal. was the setting for the wedding Feb. 20 of Marlys Radlg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig, to Norman A. Usher, South Gate, Cal., son of Mr. and Mrs. C, R. Usher. Rev. Tobias H. Joeckel officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's escort was her father, Donald Radig of Lone Rock. Attendants were Karen Fox, maid of honor, Pam Andrews, bridesmaid, James E. Hosley, best man, and Kenneth Usher, groomsman. Ushers were Tom Tutton and Lee Usher. Soloist was Mrs. Lee Usher and organist was Mrs. Larry Klrcher. 150 guests attended the reception In the church parish hall following the ceremony. Janls Clare and Linda Tutton displayed the gifts. The bride, a graduate of Sentral high school and Mankato Business College Is employed in Los Angeles. The groom, a graduate of South Gate high school, attended East Los Angeles College and served two years with the U. S. Army with one year spent in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Usher went to San Francisco for their honeymoon trip and are at home In South Gate. Together-an unbeatable team! The former library was housed In the old Town Hall and moved recently to the new location in the former St. Paul's Lutheran school. WOMAN'S CLUB The February meeting of the Woman's club was held Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Larry Twedt. The club voted to subscribe to the Algona Upper Des Molnes for the two young people who are engaged In PAVLA work In South America. They are Mary > Jo Haag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag, and Ray ,.'Dean Harms, son of Mrs. Charlotte Mergen of Whlttemore. A program under the direction of Mrs. Lester FuchsenandMrs. Charlotte Mergen followed. They showed slides depicting scenes in South America. deres, Algona, spent from Sunday to Wednesday at the home of their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Erpelding and family, St. Joe, Minn. Alvln returned here with them. Margaret Reldmiller entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mary Jane Orlger a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Peter Bormann • and Mrs. John Thul. The club meet Mar. 18 at the home . John Thul,.,,,, ,..,., g Mr. and-Mrs. Nick Berte, Jr. are parents of a daughter born ' Mar. 2 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They have a year old daughter Karla Kaye. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zeimet, Humboldt, are the grandparents. Many farmers who are planting new DeKalb XL Hybrids are enjoying a Breakthru to more profitable corn crops. Some numbers are sold out, so see your DeKalb dealer NOW. Plant ALL DeKalb Corn— bred for high yields, and fast, clean harvests. Learn How To Combine Good Form Practices and DeKalb Seed of the CORN and SOYBEAN CLINK DeKalb Dealers Gene Hood, Algona Roland Bode, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Alphons Berte, Bode • ij ii.> V Kermit Fowler, Ottosen Homer Matthiesen, Fenton Frank Droessler, Bancroft Hqrver Larsrni, Armstrong Calvin Kurtzleben, Woden Raymond Otis, Wesley Peter C. Reding, Bode Lawrence Beich, Whittemore Fred Richter, Ledyard Cliff McMillin, Ringsted Many Long Distance rates reduced Lower rates during greatly lengthened time periods are now effective for station-to-station calls over longer distances between states. New Station Evening Rates! Lower rates are now in effect for calls over longer distances b etween 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on weekdays and Saturday throughout the day to 8 p.m. New Station Night Rates! Lowest rates now begin at 8 p.m. instead of 9 p.m.— Monday through Saturday after 8 p.m. and all day Sunday you can make a 3-minute station-to-station call to anywhere in the continental United States (except Alaska) for $1.00 or less, plus tax. Enjoy a telephone visit this weekend at new lower rates! Northwestern Bell Ralph Sebers of Albert Lea, Mlim., Dick Leu of Sioux City and Earl Maahs of Ames visited Wilfred Schmeling Saturday. He underwent surgery at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, Thurs. Fred Helmke underwent surgery last Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. William Meyer III is a patient in St. Ann hospital following an auto accident. Mrs. William Lauck was released from Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg. She was a medical patient. Lance Scobba, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scobba, was released from St. Ann hospital Sunday, where he was a patient for six weeks. Riebhoffs To Be Feted At Burt, 40th Lorena and John Rlebhoff are inviting all relatives and friends to a fortieth wedding anniversary reception for their folks, Mr. and Mrs. Lance E. Riebhoff, Mar. 14 from 3 to 5 p. m. at the Burt Methodist church. A service of praise and thanksgiving will be held at the church at 3 o'clock, after which a reception will be held in Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Riebhoff were married in Webster City, Mar. 14, 1925. Sure there's a difference between the luxury '65 Chevrolet and expensive cars You can put most of it in your savings account You'll quickly find the big difference between this smart Jet-smooth '65 Chevrolet and costly cars. It's mostly price. There's more foot, head, leg and shoulder room than in most expensive cars. The handsome instrument panel is easy to see and reach. 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