The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 9
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Thursday, April 1, 1965 Algeria, (la.) Uop*r Des Moine*-0 SUPPER HOSTESS Mrs. Wendell Feaster was hostess to a pot-luck supper Wednesday evening at which members of her bridge club were guests. Mrs. Feaster also entertained circle A of the U.P.W. Thursday. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Alden Me Adams had as dinner guests March 21 their son Arlen Banning and family of Des Molnes. It was an observance of the birthdays of Mr, McAdams and the granddaughter Sharman, who was nine years old. Mr. and Mrs. McAdams observed their eighteenth wedding anniversary March 22 by going to Sioux City to spend the day. i. o- B1RTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Angellne Gustin's fifty- third birthday was observed Sunday by her son-in-law and dau- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Isebrand and children, Titonka, who spent the afternoon with her and served ice cream and birthday cake. Later, Mrs. Gustin's triplet sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frerichs, Steamboat Rock, plan to spend a day here. - o - PLAY CARDS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- Glnnis were hosts to their card club Saturday evening, - o SON IS WED Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer had a recent phone call from their son, Charles, who is in service and stationed at Dugway, Utah, announcing his marriage the latter part of February to a girl he had met when in the service in Georgia. - o DINNER HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Altman were hosts at dinner re- cently and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Les Wildin and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gerber. The dinner was given in honor of Mr. Altman and Mr. Gerber, whose birthday anniversaries were observed. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Mel Griffin was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. - o - ATTENDS SHOWER Mrs. Loyola O'Brien attended a shower Thursday evening at Mrs. Don Mitchell's at Burt for Mrs. Leroy Chang, in absentia. Mrs. Chang is the former Lojs Lichter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Magnus Lichter, and recently married in Hawaii. - o PARENTS DAY Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Linnan and Sherry Lee attended Parents Day at Omaha, Neb. a week ago where the L. E. Linnan's daughter, Bernie, is a student at DuChesne college. They made the trip via auto to Fort Dodge, then via plane both ways. Memorial Gifts Memorial gifts were dedicated Sunday at the Good Hope Methodist church in memory of Penny Dodds. The gifts given by the family included a new Pulpit Bible, new fiberglass chairs for the primary department and two post lights outside the church which are lighted from dusk to dawn. Travelogue Film Monday, April 5th, Is the next showing of the Algona Kiwanis Club series of Travelogue events. This travel series will be entitled "Egypt and the Nile" and will be a documentary film narrated at the High School auditorium. The 5 Travel series are held annually by the Kiwanis Club to raise funds for the very worthwhile student loan fund. LuVerne Program Tuesday evening, April 6, at 7:30, the LuVerne High School music department will present a pre-contest solo and ensemble concert. Vocal and instrumental solos and ensembles will be presented. This concert is given in preparation for the small groups contest which will be held on Saturday, April 10, at Gilmore City. LuVerne will send 23 solo and 7 ensemble entries. Just Like Grown-Ups Welcome to Kossuth OUR GUESTS Grant Hustlers President - Mark Reynold*, Swea City Vic* President - Harvey Work, Swea City Leader - Harvey Work, Swea City Fareway Grocery OUR GUESTS Buffalo Boosters *,..- C ; • *•('* .".I. • •- •-•• I' '•• President — Janice Larsen, Titonka Vice President - Linda Fritz, Wesley Leader — Mrs. Lester Eden, Titonka Harrison Variety ""OUR GUESTS Gar field Gems President - Janice Montag, West Bend Vice President - Jeanette Vernia, West Bend Leader - Mrs. Raphael Montag, West Bend Honsbruch Drug Store Clubs OUR GUESTS U-Go-l-Go President — Jean Owens, Algona Vice President — Darla Carr, Algona Leader — Mrs. Robert Carr, Algona Frederick Hardware mm* tmmmmmm -* OUR GUESTS Lone Rock Lively Rockets President - Ellen Lynch, Lone Rock Vice President - Kdthy Binzen, Fenton Leader - Mrs. Amey Cherland, Lone Rock Wiltgen Jewelers mmm m OUR GUESTS •S OUR GUESTS Cresco Chums President — Sheila Frideres, Algona Vice President — Linda Meehlhause, Algona Leader — Mrs. Wayne Smith, West Bend Graham's Dept Store OUR GUESTS Swea - Harrison President — Howard Person, Swea City Vice President — Paul Thoreson, Swea City Leader — Cecil Thoreson, Swea City Federal Land Bank OUR GUESTS Whittemore Boys President — John Winkel, Whittemore Vice President — James Walker, Algona Leader — Lawrence J. Besch, Whittemore Buscher Bros. ImpL Co- The afternoon of March 30 was a big one for first graders at St. Cecelia's grade school here. That's when they presented a program in the auditorium for all students at the school. Entitled "When We Grow Up", members of the class appeared in clothing they would like to wear as grown-ups. Shown in the top photo are, front row, left to right, Peggy Zender, nurse; Thomas Detrick, astronaut; Mary Faber, cowgirl; Lisa Straub, movie actress; and Mary Christine Nash, nun; second row, left to right, Richard Goecke, doctor; Robert Foth, fireman; Jean Laing, mother, Matthew Gotten, policeman; Diane Kinsman, teacher; and Dennis Kollasch, undecided. In the bottom photo, front row, left to right, Chris Hansen, farmer; Sandra Weishaar, waitress; Julie Waldron, bride; Stevie Winkel, groom; and Tim Cooper, chauffeur; back row, "It looks great, Pop!" Even Junior points with pride to the fresh new beauty of his nursery walls. They've just been painted with new one-coat vinyl DA-TEX wall paint — a latex paint unlike any you have ever used. This new DA-TEX, developed hy Davis Paint Company and advertised in LIFE magazine, rolls or brushes on smoothly. If you touch up later it shows no laps or telltale traces. The reason? It's Dcnsi-tized. New DA-TEX has a heavier body. You get less drip, less spatter. Dries quickly. Guaranteed washable. Choose from decorator colors at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. 109 Mrs. Minnie Haren died at Grundy Center at the age of 109 years. She was one of the oldest women in the United States and had lived in Grundy county since 1872, coming to America with her parents in 1862 from Germany. She leaves 120 descendants, including 11 great- great-grandchildren. left to right, John Eller, priest; Donald McGuire, mail man; Eric Wiltgen, clown; Stephen Mertz, radio announcer; and Cynthia Skilling, cook. First grade teacher is Sister Mary Ellen. (UDM Polaroid Photos). Science Award Sterling Lundell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, former Algonans and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling, a 9th grade student atAnkeny.hasbeen given an award for his rating in a project in science on sex determination of fruit flies. He will be sent to Des Moines April 8 and 9 to attend the Science Fair. The area of the continental shelf adjoining the earth's land masses equals the area of Africa. I I OUR GUESTS Riverdale Rustlers 2 \ Riverdale Rustlers I President *- Vickie McGuire, West Bend Vice President - Kathleen Plathe, Irvington Leader - Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, B 9 df • I I I I I President — lenora Hilbert, LuVerne Vice President — Paula Thilges, Bode leader — Mrs. Alvin Klein, Irvington • North Iowa Sewing M^ Ignore the resistant-rootworm problem and you'll find that your corn crop can be reduced as much as 50% .. . even more! That's why thousands of growers are putting in their orders for THIMET (phor- ate) soil insecticide . . . now! It's the low cost, proven, resistant- rootworm control. To get the best results with THIMET, it is important that 'you apply it according to label directions. THIMET should be applied in a wide band application. The insecticide tubes should be behind the shoe —dropping the granules after the seed has been partially covered with soil. THIMET is easy to apply with conventional granular equipment. It is free-flowing. You avoid down time due to caking. No matter how you measure THIMET, you Will find it provides top resistant-rootworm control. Don't risk resistant-rootworm damage. Use THIMET-the low cost, proven, resistant-rootworm control. Start on the way to bigger, better corn yields today—order THIMET from your insecticide dealer. Come harvest, you'll be glad you did. Before using any pesticide, stop and read the label. Once lodging occurs, mechanical picking is very difficult, often impossible. You can prevent lodging caused by resistant rootworms with TH/MET (phorate) soil insecticide. AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY DISTRIBUTED IN THIS AREA BY: Fenton Elevator • Lone Rock Elevator • Burt Elevator Whittemore Elevator • Swea City Elevator • Ringsted Elevator Irvington Elevator • Hobarton Elevator • Algona Flour & Feed

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