The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1965 · Page 3
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MRS. WESLEYBartlett, president of the P. E, 0, sisterhood, spent from Wednesday till Friday In Des Molnes attending a convention at the Savory hotel as delegate from the local order. MR. AND MRS. A. B. Oakland were at Elmore last Sunday to attend the confirmation of their niece, Audreen Verelde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vereide. Mr. and Mrs. Oakland were her sponsors and services were held In the new Shilo Lutheran church. The Oaklands were dinner guests of the Vereldes. MR. AND MRS. Ted Larson are at Madison, Wis., visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. William Bobbins. MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krantz, Titonka, have returned from near Cass Lake, Minn, where they went on a fishing trip. They report the fishing as very poor and the weather cold. MRS. MARGARET Hofmaster attended the Tulip Festival at Pella, going with a group via chartered bus. MR. AND MRS. I. W. Nelson were recently at Iowa City to visit their son Don and wife.' Don was a highway patrolman at West Union, but several months ago was transferred. He is a flying patrolman. MR. AND MRS. Luke Llnnan spent the weekend at Minneapolis and attended the Twins baseball game. They went to meet Mrs. Linnan's sister, Freda Wassenberg, who has retired from A. I. D. and spent some time in Indonesia. She will return here with them for a rather extended visit. They were also to be with Pat Wassenberg and Margaret Reardon. MRS. CLARA Pompe was visited last week by her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and ' Mrs. Francis Cavanaugh, Waterloo. MRS. HENRY Lund had her son Charles and wife of Ringsted as Sunday afternoon and supper guests. MR. AND MRS. C. R. Me- Quiston spent last weekend at Des Molnes with their son Lee and family. MR. AND MRS, Earl Miller and grandsons Jeff and Greg Miller, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, and Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Hurt, spent the weekend at Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller. Paul Is a son of the Earl Millers. MR. AND MRS. Aldean McAdams spent last weekend at Des Molnes with Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Banning. MRS. NELL McCall recently returned from a three-week visit at Atlantic with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith. MR. AND MRS. Hal Long spent last weekend at Park Rapids, Minn, with their son David and wife. MR. AND MRS. Russell Cook were at Walker, Minn, last weekend, and took their boat there. Later they will take their trailer house. They have been spending prior summers at Okobojl and will perhaps be there part of the time this summer. MRS. GLENN Harms fell at the home of her son Robert recently and broke bones In her left ankle. She now has a walking cast which she will have tr wear a few weeks. DIANE MALUEG, who attends Mankato State college, was recently home for a visit with her parents, MrtVid -Mrs. Irwin Malueg. She plans to attend summer school. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp have sold their lots on Park Ave. to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Odgaard, „.,..; , . „ DR. AND MRS. Lyle Ellis came Saturday from Hartford, Conn, and will spend the summer with the tatter's sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. MRS. MARIE Kunz will be visited over the Memorial weekend by her cousin, Esther Burke, Rochester, Minn. MR. ANDMRS,AlfredSchenck, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson and Stewart McFadden went to Eagle Grove Sunday to see Hazel Wright and with her make the final arrangements for the fiftieth anniversary class reunion to be held here June 5 and 6. A dinner is to be held Saturday evening June 5 at the Johnson House and a picnic June 6 at Mr. and Mrs. Schencks. PEARL WALKER, army nurse with the U. S. 5th recruiting corps of Chicago, has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Ruble Walker. They spent from last Thursday till Monday at Okoboji. Miss Walker is leaving Friday for Chicago and will stop In Madison, Wls. en route to visit friends. MRS, JACK Limbaugh spent last Saturday at Greenfield with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wlnn Baler, and to see old friends of the family who were there from Indiana. WILLIAM LUDWIG went to Mason City last Monday and had the cast removed from his leg which he injured some time ago. He was at Park hospital for the setting some time ago and this is the second foot injury he has suffered in the past several months. MRS. JOHN Helmers had as dinner guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen, Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmers, Buncombe, and the respective children. MRS. MARGARET Reid is home from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she received treatments for a couple of weeks. Mrs. William Geering and Mrs. Louis Lynk went to see her shortly before she was dismissed. A dry wine is one in which all the grape sugar has been fermented out. * The breastbone of the bat has a keel on which is attached strong muscles used in flying. NOTICE TO ALL WATER CONSUMERS WE WILL BE FLUSHING HYDRANTS Not all, but in some neighborhoods, this work may result in water taking a cloudy or riled appearance for a short time. The flushing crews will take every precaution to eliminate as much of this as possible, but in order to clear the mains of accumulated rust and to make sure that all fire hydrants are in the best possible condition, a certain amount of disturbance is unavoidable. The purity and safety of the water will not be affected. It will contain nothing harmful, so if it happens in your neighborhood do not be alarmed. After the job is finished your water will soon return to its usual sparkle and clearness. Flushing will be done on Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri- day, May 26th, 27th and 28th. T, J ames Palmer, Superintendent Algona Municipal Utilities RADI Burl W.S.C.S. Has Officer installation BURT - Officers who will serve the W.S.C.S. for the 196566 church year were Installed during Sunday morning worship services at the Methodist church. Rev. Merlin C. Davles officiated at the installation. Installed were the Mesdames: Kenneth Sarchet, president; Fred Davis, vice president; John Spear, recording secretary; Glenn Teeter, treasurer; and Mrs. Merle Schwietert, campus ministry; Walter Campney, Christian social relations; Cecil Long, membership cultivation; Delbert Schaeller, program material; Merlin Davies, missionary education and service; Mrs. Dean Andrews, spiritual life; Mrs. J. L. Miller, supplies; Mrs. Jerry Wiener, local church activities; Mrs. Al Hlnckley, publicity; Mrs. G. H.Graham, nominating committee; Mrs. Bruce Graham, Mrs. Robert Lovstad, and Mrs. Jake Smith, circle chairmen. Society members honored during the worship services and presented Life Membership pins and certificates were Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. Miller is currently serving as president of the Society. She has held a number of offices in the Society and church. Mrs. Campney has also held numerous offices in the Society as well as the church. She is currently chairman of the church official board and was recently re-elected vice-president of the Spencer District W.S.C.S. - o - MRS. DAVIES FETED Mrs. Merlin C. Davies was guest of honor at an afternoon fellowship hour, sponsored by members of the Burt and Good Hope Woman Societies of Christian Service at the Burt church Friday, Mrs. Davies was presented a life -^membership certificate and Gold Life Membership pin by/members. A short program appropriate to the occasion was presented with Mesdames Quentin Bjustrom, J. L. Miller, M» Walker, James Dodds, Walter Campney and Kenneth Sarchet taking part. '.;,', Lunch was served by members of the Burt Society with Mrsr Walker presiding at the coffee service. Mrs.. Davies, wife of Rev. Merlin Davies, is the mother of three young children, Beth, Owen and Mark, and has served as an officer in both societies, directs the children's choir in both charges and assists her husband with M.Y.F. groups. - o - ELECT OFFICERS The annual May Breakfast of the Burt Past Matrons Club was held at the home of Mrs. Dean Andrews Thursday. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Harold Holmgren, Arnold Hansen and Al Hlnckley. Fifteen Past Matrons attended. There were two guests, Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom and Todd Happel. A brief business meeting followed the breakfast. Officers for the new club year were elected: Mrs. J. L. Miller, president; Mrs. Walter Klamp, vice president; Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. F. L, Pratt, historian. The group voted to hold the June meeting at Clear Lake, -o- Guests at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gross Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Gross and Mark. Indianola, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Grouse and family, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs, Perry Gross and family, Leland, Mrs. Billy Gifford and children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Algona, Mrs. Art Leason and Lura Sewtck. Mrs. Celia Scott went to Shenandoah where she will spend some time at the home of her daughter and family, the Dr. E. Lloyds. Mrs, Elsie Lockwood arrived home the end of the week from Punta Gorda, Fla, where she had spent the winter months, Guests of the Richard Lavrenzs Sunday honoring their son Wayne's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Art Bredesen, Forest City, Mrs, Oliver Svein, Mrs. Gilbert Bidne, Lake Mills, Cynthia and Christine Groen, Algona, Mrs, Nettle Lavrenz and Ernest, Mr, and Mrs, Roland Lavrenz Lorelie and Mayme, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Lavrenz and family, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Meier and family, Mr. and Mrs.Mennet Trunkhill and Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boonstetter and family and Terry Tieraan, Rev. and Mrs, Merlin Davies attended the sub-district Pastors meeting at Ledyard May 13. Mrs. Gary Newman and Darin spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. andMrs. WUfred Woltz. Oscar Pfiefer, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Al Hinckleys. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson, Algona, spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen, Payton, were Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mrs, Dean Andrews, Mrs. Walter Campney and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Algona, attended a district W. S, C. S. officers meeting at Spencer Monday. Mrs. Myrtle Rinehart, Mason City, spent Friday and Saturday at the home of her daughter and family, the Elwyn Stenzels. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen had the misfortune of falling in her home and breaking her leg. She Is at Park hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen left Sunday for a visit with their son, Jim, In California. Alvina Hasse, Paul & Albert went to Iowa City Saturday where they visited until Sunday afternoon with their sister, Ruth, who is hospitalized there. Mrs. Ella Meyer went to Marcus Monday where she spent several days with her daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich. Jo Anne Acker man, Mankato, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman and sister, Nancy. Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make that Sale! {PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Tuatdoy, May 25, T96S Algonq (la.) Upper Dot Moln«t~3 The American Cancer Society Crusade has been completed In Portland township. Mrs. Howard Sparks was chairman. The following helped In the drive: Mesdames Harley Boeckholt, John Spear, Harold Presthus, Donald Ringsdorf, Ross Stewart, Paul Arend, Frank Becker, Roger Scott and Howard Sparks. The total collected in the township was $104. Sunday dinner guests In the Howard Sparks home were A. L. Rasmussen, David Rasmussen of Indianola and Daryl Sparks of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms went to Riceville Sunday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Harms and family. In the afternoon they toured the neighborhood and were shocked to see the damage by tornadoes. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman, Carrol Ann and Gene of Whlttemore and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch, Joan and Allen of Renwick were Sunday dinner guests In the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf went to Swea City to visit the Robert Harveys and on to Fairmont where they visited Robert Harvey In the hospital. Mr. Harvey is seriously ill and they could visit him only a short while. Their son, Jim Harvey of Waterloo, was also there to see his father. Mr. and Mrs. Schwietert and Mr. and Mrs. Ringsdorf also visited Herman Bussie in the hospital. Mrs. Mary Rasmussen fell In her home Thursday, breaking her leg Just below the hip. She was taken to the Park hospital by ambulance. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms have been having the chicken pox. Portland Progress Club met May 20 in the home of Margaret Arndcfrfer at Ranr.roft. "Many times we believe that we can change It, but history has a very definite habit of repeating itself." MONUMENTS - MEMORIALS Dean Kinsman, owner of Algeria Monu ment Co., wishes to remind you th.it ther* can never be a substitute for a monument ... of knowing you marked the final resting place of your departed loved one In the proper manner. Algona Monument Co. offers a wide selection which they can furnish In various sir«», styles and designs. If you wish to save, please before you buy, write or call 2955565 Algona Monument Co., and let them give you the facts about monuments and markers, both granite and bronze, for cemeteries and memorial Gardens. Algona Monument Go. Phone 295-5565 Algona, Iowa • ••I "GAS Air Conditioning Really Improved Our Store!"... . Says Phil Diamond of Diamond's, Algona "Due to the GAS Company's new lease plan, we can offer our customers more in shopping comfort than ever before/' says Phil/ who continues "we at Diamond's certainly appreciate GAS air conditioning — you might say it even makes us easier to get along with." Mr. Diamond's opinion of GAS air conditioning is very similar to that of many other businessmen — and certainly many home owners in this area. IT IS NOW POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO HAVE GAS AIR CONDITIONING WITH OUR NEW LEASE PROGRAM - FOR AS LITTLE AS $13 PER MONTH, OR PURCHASE EQUIPMENT, ON EASY TERMS, INCLUDING ALL SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE - ON NORTH CENTRAL GAS LINES. COME IN TODAY AND TALK TO US ABOUT IT! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATE STREET - ALGONA !••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••"••••••I

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