The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
Page 9
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AROUND ALGONA | iiHiiHimnM^^ GUESHT OF Margaret Durant Thursday was Mrs. Gladys Pagel of Allison, vice president of the Waterloo-Cedar Rapids branch of the National League of American Pen Women, Inc. Miss Durant is a past president of Iowa pen Women. - o BAPTISMS BY Rev. Walter E. Morz at the Presbyterian church Sunday included Randy Gene, Michelle Rene and Gregory Lee, children of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Anderson; Kimberly Kae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JackGett- man; Tracl Dawn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bilyeuj Yvette Morene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoist; and James Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Moore. Michael Elwood Dixon was baptized by confession of faith and Carol Ann Markovetz was received by a letter of transfer from Westminster church of Lime Springs, Iowa. The couple will be married in the church Sunday, - o - RICHARD GROEN, assistant chief of police, participated with 96 others in the National (sectional) Rifle Association shoot at Sioux City Sunday, scoring 825 out of 900 points on a 50- foot range. Ratings are not yet available. - o DAN ENGESSER visited his mother, Mrs. Dan Engesser, for part of his spring break from Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. He went by plane from Omaha and spent several days with a cousin, Tom Dooley, St. Louis, where he is a Jesuit student. Mrs. Engesser took him back to Storm Lake Monday. - o MR. AND MRS. Ostwal&Thil- ges and family, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miller and sons, West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at the Wayne Miller home March 28. Mrs. Dennis Miller Jay and Keith, were weekend visitors at the Ostwald Thilges home. Mr. Miller was in Des Moines attending an army school. Connie Thilges was an overnight guest of Cheryl Knecht who celebrated her llth birthday. - o MARY COWAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K.-S. Cowan and Sue Hemmingsen, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, were weekend guests of Julie Olson, Marshalltown, a former classmate and resident of Algona. The girls attended the junior-senior prom at Marshalltown high school. - o - MRS. BEULAH Richardson and Joyce Hayden will attend a conference on mental retardation at Drake University in Des Moines Saturday. JAMES STANTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stanton and a student at Notre Dame University, returned to South Bend Saturday after spending a week with his parents during semester break. Due to the heavy snows, Jim was unable to go to Aspen, Colorado, on a skiing trip. Dinner guests Thursday evening at the Stanton home were Alice Kain of DeKalb, 111., who is visiting friends and relatives here, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beringer. - o - SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele and a student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent last week here with her parents, who took her back to school Sunday. - o DR. AND MRS. A. J. Eason spent Sunday in Forest City, where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ogland. - o - PATRICIA KENYON and Jane Cole visited their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cole from Thursday to Monday during a break from classes at Mankato State College. Mrs. Kenyon went to Mankato and got the girls and Mr. Cole took them back. - o - RECENT DINNER guests of Joyce Hayden in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs. Florence Hayden of Havelock, were a brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Hayden of Cherokee, and a sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Bolie of Ruthven. The family was entertained Sunday at the Bolie home for another birthday dinner. - o A surprise shower was given "Wednesday evening at the Country Club for Mrs. Russell Buchanan by Mrs. Ed Gilmore, Mrs. Dean Koob, Mrs. Ted Herbst, Mrs. James Kolp and Mrs. Nat Bangs. Thirty-two guests enjoyed the courtesy. High score prize winner at bridge was Mrs. Craig Smith, Mrs. Murray Mowers won second high prize and Mrs. Dean Parrott was low. - o - MR. .AND MRS. H. W. Stebritz have returned from a visit at Houston, Tex. with their daughter Diane and husband Marlin Kirsch and from there went to Fort Worth to visit with their son Bob and wife and family. - o MR. AND MRS. Richard Mawdsley recently attended the funeral in Swea City of Eldon Heidecker. His wife, a first cousin of Mrs. Mawdsley, was killed in an accident last July. Algonan Named President Of College Group BILL TORDOFF, JR. William Tordoff, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tordoff, Algona, was elected president of the student council at Morningside College at Sioux City. A junior in college, he is majoring in chemistry. A member of Circle K, a junior Kiwanis Club, Bill represented the organization at their national conference in Chicago last year. He will represent the school at the national conference of Circle K in Miami, Fla. this fall. Bill was born at Armstrong. Mrs. Tordoff, neeErmaCassem, was from Swea City. Bill attended school at Armstrong and graduated from Algona high school. He had one year of study at the Northwest College of Medical Technology at Minneapolis. He was then employed for 1 1/2 years as a chemical assistant for General Mills In Minneapolis. He is in his third year at Morningside, where he is a member of Lambda Sigma Tau fraternity. MR. AND MRS. Orville Wicks and Barbara havebeenaKanawha a few times during the past week to see Donna Hagedorn, Inglewood, Calif., who was guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen. On one of the visits they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kline and Timmy, West Bend. The Wicks took the guest to Clear Lake to take a plane back to California. Miss Hagedorn is a niece -of Mrs. Wicks. - o IN ALGONA from Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville were Richard Dugan, Dean Willrett, Kendra Seely and Delthea Shierk, who visited friends and relatives here over the weekend; - o «. •• •• BRUCE SUNDET has returned to Luther College at Decorah after spending his school break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet. - o SHEILA SULLIVAN Spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan, arriving Thursday evening from Madison, Wise, where she is engaged in children's therapy at University Hospitals. Houseguest of the Sullivan's was Ray Stark of Minneapolis, who arrived Friday for the weekend. - o CLAY MOWERS, student at Drake, arrived Tuesday to spend a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mowers. - o MARY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Miller and a student at Drake University, will arrive next Friday to spend ten days with her parents. Callers at the Miller home Friday were a sister of Mrs. Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teed of Webster City and their daughter, Elizabeth. - o GARY KELLEY, student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kelley, for a week during his spring vacation. - o PATRICIA SCHULZ spent a week of her spring vacation from State College of Iowa with her parents, Mr . and Mrs. John Schulz, Jr., Irvington. - o TRUDY BETTS, student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Betts of Whittemore, spent her spring vacation with her parents. - o GRETCHEN DEIM left Sunday to return to classes at William Wood College at Fulton, Mo. after spending a week visiting her mother, Mrs. John Deim. - o MR. AND MRS. Matt Streit attended graveside rites for Mrs. Streit's brother, Leland Coonan, at Emmetsburg last Saturday. Mr. Coonan died suddenly at his home in Santa Rosa, California, earlier in the week. ~-o — Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer went to Halbur on Monday to attend funeral services for Mrs. Phil Dentlinger, aunt of Mrs. Kramer. Ex-Residents Die Mrs. Viola Alt, 95, former Whittemore resident, died Monday in a nursing home in Menlo, Calif. Her late husband, David W. Alt, was a former manager of the Whittemore Elevator for a number of years. Four children survive. Funeral services were held Friday at Jefferson, Iowa, and burial was at Lohrville. Friends here received word that Jake Grasler 86, a longtime resident here, died at St. James, Minn. Funeral services were held Monday at St. James Catholic church. Mr. Glasierand his wife, the former Anna Kennedy, lived northwest of here. Mrs. Glasier taught in the rural schools in the Lotts Creek township. They moved from here to St. James, Minn. Surviving are his wife, nine daughters and a brother John of Colorado. Minor Crash A minor mishap here at 8:41 a.m. Tuesday resulted in a total of $150 damage to two vehicles Men To Tell Of S-A Trip Three men from Kossuth county, Roger Linde, Swea City, and Gerald Frankl and Kyle Keith, Algona, will be among several taking part in a special program to be presented on channel 12, KEYC-TV, Mankato, this Thursday evening (tonight). A discussion of a recent trip to South America. * WILTGEN * JEWELERS | Flood of Spring Specials APRIL is DIAMONPJKMTH STAINLESS STEEL Place Setting Sale!! Ctratrat StelnltM 6-piece place setting includes... + + + i V i DIAMOND RINGS ON SALE FROM . . . . $37.95 Men's and Ladies' MATCHING DIAMOND WEDDING RINGS On Sole From $28.M_ L AVAWAV that Sale Priced From $2.98 for 6-pc, place setting V j NOW! f f C « ' C Wiltg mm l New Items Added Silverware — Glassware — China — Crystal — Goblets — Sherbert — Parfait Glasses — Jewelry — Pen and Pencil Sets . . . STORE WIDE SALE ! IBM! near the United Building Center driveway on East McGregor street. Drivers of the vehicles were Gerald W. Dean, 38, Spencer, and Durwood L. Nelson, 24, Algona. Dean was backing up and Nelson was stopped, preparing to back up when the mishap occurred, according to police who investigated. Burt Council Discusses New Pump BURT - Burt Town Council Friday night held a considerable discussion as to the type of a pump to purchase for a new well now being dug for the city. The matter was tabled for further study at the meeting, which had been advanced from tonight because of conflicting events. Work has begun on the new well In the city park. Thuriday, April 8, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper De» Moin«-9 Algpng'f leading Jewelers j you ctut Lenten Menus Now ... available In feed markttt throughout North Control lowq ] i * * The spark of black patent - bone - white lightning — blue — red — and white to wear now through Easter and as a basic the year long. 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