The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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2-A1g6no (la.) Uppftr D»* Melnet Thursday, May 6, 1965 AROUND ALGONA THK COMMiSSIO.^ ofM ssions of (lie Methodist church \v ill moet this evening at (lie honv of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Albert Reid at 8 p.m. riiairm.m are M •. and M s. Ton BY RUTH SHTERK MARY AND VICTORIA Bradley, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe feradley and students at Du- Chesne University at Orrulia, are expected for the Mother's Day weekend. AN ABSEOTEE bridal shower for Nancy Muckey Shipler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey, will lie held at the First Methodist church tomorrow evening at 8 p. m. Hostesses include Veda Kuchenreuther, Bettie Bennett, Ann Clark, Mava Johnson and Val Williams. MRS. CHRISTINE Nielsen has as visitors her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Uuane Wheeler, Palm Desert, Cal.,who are here for an extended stay. MRS. DAVID Smith spent from Friday until Sunday with their daughter, Sharon, student at the University at Iowa City, In observance of Mother's Day weekend, MRS. A. J.Eason will entertain next Wednesday from 4 to 7p.m. at tea in her home for members of the teaching staff of Algona and her neighbors and friends. On display will be her doll collection. DR. KARL Hoffman and his dental assistant attended the Iowa Dental convention, Des Moines, this past weekend. THE BIT AND SPUR club will sponsor a trail ride next Sunday, starting at the fairgrounds at 1:30 p. m. This is the first trail ride of the season. A picnic lunch will be served at the fairgrounds at the conclusion of the ride. President of the organization is Loren Bell. BAPTIZED AT the regular worship service at the Methodist church Sunday was Mark Allen Olsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ol sen, Ames. MR. AND MRS. Miles Slonlker spent Saturday at Ames where they remained overnight arid Sunday at Marshalltown. At both cities Mr. Sloniker was in conference with area governors of Lions clubs. MKS. CHALMER Read loft Friday to spend the weekend with their daiiRhtpr, Shorry, at the University at Iowa city. She was a guest at Mothers' weekend, sponsored by (ho University and various sororities and fraternities. Sherry is the immediate past-president of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. DR. AND MRS. LeRoy Strohman attended the annual meeting of the Iowa Stale Dental Society, Des Moines, Monday and Tuesday. Dr. Strohman will present a clinic program at the meeting on the subjects, pieventative Orthadonics ami Children's Dentistry. His office will be closed the remainder of the week for remodeling and will !*> open May 10. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD Eischeid and daughter Coleen and Vickl Riesselman of Hal bur were Sun. noon dinner guests at the A. J. Eischeid home, they came to attend Award Day at Garrigan, the girls each received an award. MR. AND MRS. Marvin Kramer and family were recent dinner and supper guests at the parental A. J. Eischeids, the occasion was Mrs. Kramers birthday. MRS. LEIGH TON Mlsbach attended Mothers' weekend at Iowa City, where she visited their daughter, Mary, a monitor of th? Delta Delta Dolta sorority. Thay attended meetings and participated In tours of interest.., , MRS. J. C. Everds will leave torn :>T row (o spend the woekenct with their son, M.r. and David Everds and family at Allison. Saturday, they will attend the Veisha parade at the University at Ames. They w(ll observe Mother's Day together at Allison Sunday. H. W. MILLER Is one of about 130 members of the Iowa Bar who are on a European tour. He left by plane from Des Moines April 28 and transferred to a jet plane In Chicago. He is touring In England, Switzerland, Austria, France and Italy. He expects to return about May 23. MR. AND MRS. Kupone Mur- taeh returned last Friday from a vacation trip to the south wvst. In Tucson, they visite.l a cousin of M.'. Murtash, Mr. and Mrs. James M irta«h and family. They \vvre guests of Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Andrews, formerly of Algona, at Albuquerque, New Mexico. On their return trip, encountering heavy snow, they stayed overnight at Taos, New Mexico, where they visited places of interest in that famous art colony. WILLIAM JAMES Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robinson, and Phyllis Jean Matzen, daughter of M \ and Mrs. Raymond Mi'tiw.i, will t)9 m.irriel SatunUy in St. Cecelia's church at 11 a. in. M5gr. P. P. Gearen will say the nuptial mass. DR. AND MRS. LeRoy Strohman left Sunday to attend the Iowa Dental Convention in Des M lines. They returnedTuesday. Mrs. Herman Leek remained with the Strohman children while the parents were gone. UNION TOWNSHIP Mothers and Daughters Club will meet next Thursday at the Good Hopa church for a Mother's Day Tea and guest day. Mrs. Helena Dodds, Karen Davles and Mary Gisch will have charge of the program. In charge of the menu will be Mildred Richter, Hazel Johnson, Frances Dodds, Bertha Sarchet and Camilla Metzger. SEVENTY- FOUR small children of St. Cecelia's Parish will receive First Communion at the 7:30 mass Sunday. WINNER Freshman Cadet Danny R. Bunnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bunnell of Montezuma, helped bring honor to the West Point Military Academy this spring when he and his freshman partner won the 14th annual debate between the USMA and the Royal Military College of Canada. Significant was the fact that the Canadians had won the debate eight of the previous 13 years but Bunnell and his partner not only won but received all the judges' points in so doing. DIAMOND'S GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE in New short sleeve styles for dress and Casual wear. • Big selection fabrics and colors.— Values to $3.98 $198 1" ,4 98 • Solid Colors • Fancy stripes • Plaids • Checks • New collar styles. SIX TRANSISTOR RADIOS Reg. $10.95 GRADUATION SPECIAL $7.86 10 Transistor Radio . . . $10.86 TIMEX WATCHES For Men, Young Men, Ladies and Young Ladies. Many styles to choose from including self winders. As low As 6 95 ^^^ plus tax Here's another perfect gift for GRADUATION . . . American Tourister Luggage, the world's most wanted luggage. Permanlte coverings, lush, quill, ed interiors, and in eight sizes for the young man or woman. AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE 1962 Algona High Grad Will Wed Next August HOSPITAL NEWS April 21 - Admitted - Theresa Norton, Algona, fracture; Mrs. Helen Ross, Algona, medical; dismissed - Mrs. Bertha Ulilen- liake, Whittemore; Stephen Smith, Algona; Hubert O'Brien, Bode. April 22 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. William Champion, Swea City, girl, 7 pounds, 9 oz.; admitted - Sam Egger, Mrs. Raymond Sankey, Mrs. Donna Roethler, Mrs. Viola Colberg, bain- Jane Graettinger, Algona, medical; dismissed - Capitola Sample, Jennie Deibler, Ella Norton, Algona. April 23 - Dismissed - Ella Lieb, Lone Rock; Mrs. Vivian Nagel, Mrs. Helen Ross, Earl Rich, Mrs. Arlis Sankey, Mrs. Donna Roethler, Algona. April 24 - Admitted - Homer Bristow and Emma Miller, Algona, medical; Gene Bonnstetter, West Bend, msdlcal. April 25 - Birth-Mr. and Mrs. Galen DeValois, Algona, girl, 7 pounds, 3 1/2 oz; admitted Mrs. John Romer, Algona, fracture; TammiGrant, Algona, medical; Mrs. Wendell Jergenson, Algona, surgery; dismissed Sister Mary Rose, Algona; Sheryl Harr, Wesley; Gene Bonnstetter, West Bend. April 26 - Admitted - Edgar Parcel, Titonka; Mrs. Angeline Gustin, Mrs. LaVonne Matz, and Mrs. Marie Gibson, Algona, Algona, medical; dismissed - Mrs. William Champion and baby, Swea City; Mrs. Rosell Cogley, baby Tammi Grant, Algona. April 27 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mayer, Algona, girl, 10 Ibs.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Frankl, Irvington, 9 Ibs., 5 oz.; admissions: Richard Simpson and Clifford Blanchard, Algona, surgary; disnrssed: Mrs. Wendell Jergenson and Baby Jane Graettinger, Algona. April 28 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haag, West Bend, 8 Ibs., 12 oz.; admitted: Sharon Walker, Algona, T & A: dismissed: Baby Bruce Schm'dt, Ottosen; George Wichtendahl, Whittemore; Homer Bristow and Clara Hobson, Algona. April 29 - Admitted: Maxwell Miller, Marie Gearen, Sebastian Kramer, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Galen DeValois and baby, Algona. April 30 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNertney, Bancroft, twin girls, 5 Ibs., 4oz., and 6 Ibs., 2 oz.; dismissed: Edgar Parcel, Titonka; Sharon W-ilker, Algona. May 1 - Admitted: George McFarland, Burt, medical; dismissed: Harvey Steven, Algona, May 2 - Admitted: Delbert Hall, Ralph Thompson, Algona, medical; M.-s. Dolores Marking, Algona, surgery; Mike and Patrick Fox, 'Bancroft, T & Aj Brad Chrischilles, Algona, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Michael Frankl and baby, Irvington; Mrs. Robert Mayer and baby, Algona; Richard Simpson, Algona. May 3 - Admitted: Delmar Plathe, Bode, medical; Albin Spongberg, Algona, medical; dismissed: Sebastian Kramer, Clif' ford Kramer, Mrs. Viola Col* bert, Sam Egger, Algona. Change Plans The Plum Creek Women's Club will m?et Wednesday, May 12, at Van's Cafe. This is a change from original plans. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford George Butterfield, 709 South St., Waterloo, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Jane, above, to Mr. David J. Willoughby, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Willoughby of 230N. Weller St., Ottumwa, Iowa. Miss Butterfield is a 1962 graduate of Algona high school. She attended Iowa State University and is employed at the Lincoln press in Waterloo. Mr. Willoughby is a senior at Iowa State University, majoring in distributive studies. An August 29 wedding is planned in the First Lutheran church at Ottumwa. The Butterfields are former residents of Algona. "CLOCK-WORK" Making cases for grandfather clocks has been a hobby of the Rev. Fred Fieker of Walnut for three years, developing after a period of woodworking and the construction of church furniture in his spare time. He has found time to complete 8 clocks and estimates that it takes 65 hours to make one. for Mother on Mother's Day... fh v pt , rfoct remembrance for Mother's Day is flowers or plants. Come in today and see our complete selection of cut flowers, long-blooming plants and beautiful corsages. We send Mother's Day lloweis anywhere ALGONA GREENHOUSES Eat Out Often In ALGONA RDDERSOn ERICKSOn COULD MAKE IT SO GOOD/ flRDERSOn ERICKSOn At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Anderson Erickson Dairy Co. CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB SO. ON 169 DINING ROOM OPEN 5:30-11:30 P. M. 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