The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 14
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(|p.) Upp»>- &et Mo<n»» Thundery, Worth II, 1945 ~ "~ MRS. C. L. Young has returned from Golden, Colo, where she spent a few days with her son- in-law and daughtef, Dr. and Mrs. Ray m on Bisque. BEVERLY HELMERS, nurse at University hospital, Io«-aCity, spent the weekend here with relatives. .PAUL SCHNEIDER went to University hospital last Tuesday and returned Thursday for his eye check-up. He was given a different medication which Is helping and In two months will go back for a check-up. MRS. ED Hough was visited over the weekend by her son, Bob Holcomb, student at the University at Iowa City. KEVIN NASH, 3, son of Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Nash, was dismissed Friday from St. Ann hospital. He had been there for treatment of pneumonia. MR. AND MRS. George Harris and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon drove to Fort Dodge Thursday and visited friends. NORMAN P1NGEL had Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Plngel of Fort Dodge as callers Thursday. MRS. HERBERT Haas left Friday for a weekend visit at Omaha, Neb. with her son, David McDonald and wife. MR. AND MRS. David Sweet went to Rock Valley Saturday to attend funeral services for Alberta Cummings, 78, cousin of Mrs. Sweet's late father, Ray Doyle. DR. AND MRS. John Keneflck are leaving this week via plane for Miami, Fla., thence to Ft. Lauderdale where they will visit their son Michael. From there they will go to Jacksonville, Fla. for a visit with their son, Lt. Stephen Keneflck and family. Lt. keneflck will be leaving soon on a cruise. The Dr. Keneficks expect to be gone three weeks. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Sr. are coming home this week from Sebring, Fla. where they have' visited their son Fred, Jr. and family. AND MRS. Elgin Allen were ' recently at Waverly and visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Hageman. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Anderson spent the weekend at Minneapolis and saw Cinerama "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World." They were met .there by Mrs. Anderson's aunt, Mrs. Alice Wilkins, who flew In from California and accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson stayed with the children during the parents' absence. Mrs. Wilkins drove out several weeks ago with her sister, Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew, Mrs. Hazel Lusby and Mrs. Ann Hanson, all of whom are staying longer in California. MR. AND MRS. Frank Smith were visited Sunday by Raymond Hanson and Mike, Osage. Other members of the family had mumps and could not come. MR. AND MRS. Ed Meyer were dinner guests Sunday of the latter 1 s parents, Mr. and Mrs. kermit Fowler, Ottosen. MRS. HULDA Knight, Whltte- more, left March 12 for Sacramento, Cal. and Spokane, Wash. 'to visit friends and relatives. MR. AND MRS. Eppo Bulten were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Vernpn Klein at Irving ton last Sunday. MR. AND MRS. William T. Becker were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Handel last Sunday. DOUGLAS BARR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr, was home last week to spend his quarter break with his parents. He is a student at Iowa State University. MRS. GERTRUDE Faulstick is expected home this week from Castro Valley, Calif, where she tel spent a few weeks with her son Wilfred and family. 'MRS. W. Holldorf and Mrs. Howard King, Emmetsburg, were at Spencer recently and Mrs. 'Holldorf fell on a step at one oj (be public buildings. She suffered a leg injury, fortunately MR. AND MRS. Dennis Jergenson had as supper and evening guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Tabb, Corwlth. HARRY BARTON and Clarence Metzger went to Des Molnes Wednesday on a business trip. MRS. MAX Bast had her son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and family of Emmetsburg as dinner guests Sunday. MRS. FRANK Vera went to Mason City Thursday and will be a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Burbank. MRS. MERLE Ferguson, Cedar Rapids, has been here to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson and her sister, Mrs. Ethel Putney who Is hospitalized at St. Ann. Mrs. Ferguson Is also a sister of M rs. William J. Becker. MR. AND MRS. Henry Becker and Mrs. Merle Ferguson, Cedar Rapids, went to Bancroft last Sunday to see William J. Becker, a resident at the Heritage Rest Home. MR. AND MRS. Charles Joens have been visited a few days by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joens, Rolfe. MRS. GRACE Dudley and Mrs. William Clegg attended a meeting at Mason City Thursday In the Interests of teaching retarded children. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby were in Des Molnes Wednesday on business. MRS. DEN A Boekelman had as guests Tuesday her son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter, Lakota. MR. AND MRS. R. S. Blossom had as supper guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Slgard Fardel, Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Blossom. FRED HAGEN has returned from Genoa, Neb. where he spent a few weeks with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson and family. MRS. WILLIAM Gustin Is Improving from her recent heart attack. MRS. WILLIAM Geerlng spent from last Wednesday till Friday at Spencer with Rev. Everett Black and family. MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley spent last Wednesday with friends at Des Molnes. Gets 30 Days John Farrlngton, lately of Emmetsburg, was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail by Justice Delia Welter here tills week after a preliminary hearing of a false check charge. New Officers Are Elected At Good Hope Good Hope Methodist church elected new officers March 4 at a regular meeting held at the church, of which the Rev. Merlin C. Da vies Is the minister. Hostesses were Ruth Harlan, Bernice Alt and Loretta Broesder. The lesson was presented by Neva Shipler. Elected president was Mrs. Norman Walker of Algona; vice- president, Mrs. C.S. (Jim) Shipler of Burt; recording secretary, Mrs. William Champion of Lone Rock; assistant secretary, Mrs. Quentln BJustrom of Burt; treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Vlgdal of Algona; and assistant treasurer, Mrs. Claude Seely of Algona. Several officers In lines of work were named. They Include Christian social relations, Mrs. Eunice Rleboff, Algona; program material, Mrs. James Dodds, Lone Rock; local church concerns, Mrs. James Knoll, Lone Rock; missionary education, Mrs. Harley Troutman, 5r., Algona; membership cultivation, Mrs. Marvin Kueck, Lone Rock; spiritual life, Mrs. Everett Hanna, Lone Rock; supply, Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer, Lone Rock; campus ministry, Mrs. Raymond Walker, Burt; roll call, Mrs. William Broesder, Algona; and assistant roll call, Mrs. Eldon Shaw, Algona. Rural-Urban Banquet Is Set At Burt Dale Nelson, serving as Administrative Director of the Iowa Farm Bureau, will be guest speaker at the Kossuth County Rural-Urban Banquet which will be held at 6:45 p.m. on March 22 at the Burt high school, according to Hugh Black, chairman of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau public relation's committee. Working for Farm Bureau since 1948, Dale started as a fieldman in Butler County. He then advanced to become regional director, assistant director of organization and in 1957 was named director of field services in Iowa. In 1958 he left Iowa to assume the post of secretary-treasurer of the Minnesota Farm Bureau. Nelson returned to Iowa and his present position on August 1, 1960. A native of Dayton, he was graduated from the State University of Iowa Tickets for the Rural Urban Banquet are on sale at the Farm Bureau Office or can be purchased from anyone of the committee or from the Board of Directors for $1.25 each. The Public Relation's Committee consists of the following* Hugh Black, Algona, Chairman; Glenn Clark, Swea City; Wayne Keith, Algona; Swen Larson, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Harold BJ- ustrom, Whittemore; Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota, and Mrs. Bill Dodds, Algona. STARLITE Drive-In Theatre WILL OPEN FRIDAY, MARCH 26 for the 1965 Season Raymond C. Langfltt, manager of the Algona and the Star-lite Drive-In Theatre returned from the Manager's Drive-In theatre meeting at Omaha, Nebraska Saturday and announced that the Starlite Drive-In would open Friday, March 26. Mr. Langfltt alio announces that many, many Big attractions have been booked for the coming season and promises one of the best entertainment and fun-filled seasons ever Mr. Langfltt also was pleated to report the In- ttallation of NEW PROJECTORS that will give you the latest in Drive-In Movie Improvement*, BIGGER, BRIGHTER, SHARPER, more Colorful .... True .... Lift-Like .... Rtal living Picture*. With the In. stallation of NiW FAST-Pull Down Projection Equipment . . . . we bring to you Movies a* you've never Seen Them I Mr. L-angfitt was presented a plaque from Central States Theatre Corp. honoring him for the winning of the "Theatre Manager Of Thp Year" n\v»rd The nresontatlon 300 Door Prizes Are Offered This Weekend Hood's Super Valu Is observing Wilson Week, this weekend, with 300 door prizes being offered, one every three minutes on Friday and Saturday, in cooperation with the Wilson packing and sports equipment concerns. Baseballs, baseball bats, baseball gloves, and an assortment of meats and groceries will be awarded tt three-minute intervals during the hours specified in their full page ad in today's Upper Des Moines. Adult Driving Classes Start Monday The Adult Driver Education presented by the Algona Community School Is scheduled to begin on Monday evening, March 22, at 7:30. The class will meet in the high school building. Fritz Nielsen will be the Instructor of the class. He has had 10 years experience in conducting driver education programs. Tuition charge will be $30 per person for all of the instruction and necessary materials. Included in the instruction will be 20 hours of classroom work and 6 hours behind-the-wheel for each student. Classroom instruction will be on 10 consecutive Monday evenings for 2 hours unless otherwise arranged. Behlnd-the-wheel instruction will be after 4:00 p.m. during school days or on Saturdays. A car will be provided through the school for the latter instruction. Classroom instruction will include a study of the traffic code of Iowa, what makes a car operate, how can you get maximum value in using your car, insurance protection, and expressway driving. Behind-the-wheel instruction will consist of angle and parallel parking, intersections, city driving, and highway driving. It is desired to have enroU- ment made before the March 22nd beginning, but the tuition may be paid at the first meeting. , IN CONCERT Marycrest College choral groups, from Davenport, with a total of 102 voices will appear in two special performances in a one-day concert tour Sunday, March 21. Elaine Bruch, a freshman at Marycrest is the daughter of Mrs. M. L. Bruch, 512 S. Jerome St., Algona. She is a member of the Marycrest freshman chorus. New Funeral Home Will Be Built Wesley WESLEY - As soon as weather permits, footings will be poured for a 40 X 60 foot concrete funeral home on the Robert Llck- telg lots west of the K & H Oil Co. which Allen Blake purchased recently. Blake owns and operates funeral homes at LuVerne, Corwlth, Renwick, Tltonka and Wesley. He hopes the building will be completed some time In May so the re can be an open house inspection by the public around the first of June. He opened his funeral home in Wesley In the former Braley- Grifhorst building, which he rented from Martin Hamilton, the present owner, InMay of 1957. The new building will have a much larger chapel and lounge area, rest room and operating room than the present establishment. The chapel and office will be carpeted and the remainder of the rooms will have tile floors. There will be a large drive and parking area on the east side of the building for convenience of families and friends being served. At Regional Meet Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sailer, owners of the Davis Paint Associate Store in Algona, Iowa, attended an annual regional merchandising seminar in Des Molnes on March 14, sponsored by the Davis Paint Company. Mr. and Mrs. Salter were accompanied to the meeting by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kunkel. Mrs. Kunkel works part time in the Davis Paint Store. M*DCIub Union Township Mothers' and Daughters' Club met Wednesday at the home of Nellie Jenklnson. May Schenck and Eva Arend were in charge of the menu. The program was presented by Doretta Plumb. Election of officers took place with the following officers elected: president, Nola Hoover; first vice-president, Irene Nitchals; second vice-president, Myrtle Rutledgej secretary, Mildred Richter; treasurer, Audra Heerdt; corresponding secretary, Maurlne Hovey; historian, Luella McWhorter; and publicity, Julia Taylor. These new officers will assume their duties Sept. 1. Neva Shipler Is president of the organization this year. The next meeting will take place April 8 at the home of Gwen Haas. Fined Twice On Speeding Counts Here THANK YOU! We wish to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped make our OPEN HOUSE A BIG SUCCESS. Here is a list of prize winners: MEN 1st Prize Marvin Kollasch 2nd Prize George Kain 3rd Prize George Dorweiler LADIES 1st Prize Mrs. L A. Schultz 2nd Prize Mrs. Albert Thilges 3rd Prize Mrs. Earl Angle CARGILL INC. SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA Mark B. 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