The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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16-Algona, (lo.) Upper D« Meine* Thursday. June 10 1965 AROUND ALGONA ^ To Head Public Relations Of Speedway Group BY RUTH SHIERK AS A CULMINATION to a food studies course, Mrs. A. J. Eason, instructor, had a party last week •with members of her class participating. The program on the story of Johnny Appleseed was presented by Arlene Schapffer, chairman, and Beverly Deitrick, assistant chair man. A demonstration of upside-down fruit was presented by Leona Heider- scheidt. James Bowman and Lonnie Shipler presented the story of bread. Their luncheon included the foods displayed and demonstrated. Ronald Gronbach had charge of the salute to the flag. Guests were Elementary Co-ordinator Hattie Wilson and School Nurse Mrs. Beulah Richardson. ELDON EDGINGTON of Whittemore, injured in a one- car accident, April 14, went to Iowa City for three days last Thursday for a check-up. Mr. Edgington is still on liquids, as his mouth is wired as a result of his injuries. SALLY STEELE arrived Wednesday from Cedar Falls to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele. Accompanying her was her college roommate, Letty Kelly of Panama, Iowa, who remained as a guest of the Steele's until Saturday evening. KATHY WEBER will leave June 18 and take Sue Moulton, Judy Egel and Sharon Sundet to Syracuse, Indiana, where the girls will attend a cheerleading clinic for ten days. KENT IMMERFALL arrived from Ames Tuesday and will spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Le,o Immerfall. MARY MISBACH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lelghton Misbach, arrived last Wednesday from the University to visit her parents. The family attended the graduation In Emmetsburg of Linda Spies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spies. Mary returned to the University Tuesday to take a summer course. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker spent four days in Marshalltown attending the state convention of Lions. They were joined Monday and Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore. NEWLY-ELECTED officers of the Lions Club will be installed at Call State Park, June 22. The officers include Oliver S. Carlson, president; Don Gant, first vice-president; Dr. Kevin Nash, second vice-president; Dr. William Clegg, third vice-president; Floyd Bode, secretary- treasurer; Dick Buscher, Lion tamer; Jerry Cowan, tail twister. New members of the Ixiard include Jim Andreason, Frank Sailer, Kyle Keith and David Smith. Ex-officio members of the board are past presidents, Dick Cook, Miles Sloniker, Dean Taylor and Mitch Taylor. NEWLY-ELECTED officers of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist church include Mrs. Glen Graham, president; Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell, vice president; Mrs. Glenn Seger, secretary; Mrs. Louis Link, treasurer. Memliershlp cultivation secretary is Mrs. R. W. Anderson; Christian social relations, Joyce Hayden; missionary education and service, Mrs, Flora Tiss; program material, Leona Smith; spiritual life cultivation, Mrs. M. L. VanderWaal; publicity, Mrs. Curtis Haahr; supply work, Mrs. Willbur Holldorf, Mrs. Leo Steven and Mrs. Louis Lynk were presented with life membership pins by the guild. MR. AND MRS. James Allen were recently received into membership in the Methodist church. RECENTLY BAPTIZED at the Methodist church was Robert Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutchison of Waterloo. CHARLENE LABARRE, daughter of Mrs. Donald Ferris, returned to Ames for summer classes at the University. She will graduate August 27. Sue LaBarre of Belmont, Cal., another daughter of Mrs. Ferris, will leave June 19 by plane for Hawaii, where she will be until July 5. She will be accompanied by Georgia Hafner of Edina, Minn., former roommate at Iowa City at the University and a sorority sister. THE SOUTH KOSSUTH chapter of the American Cancer Society will hold a meeting and election of officers in the Algonquin Room of the Colonial Motel June 14 at 2 p. m. Mrs. Clifford Anfinson of Wesley is chairman of the chapter. JOHN SCHAFFNER Appointment of John T. Sch- affnor as public relations director for Fairgrounds Motor Racing Ass'n, Inc. was announced Oils week by the association's president Lamont Wellendorf. Mr. Schaffner will serve as the full time publicity man for the organization and will handle advertising for the rapidly growing group. John is a native of Milwaukee, Wis. where he has long been associated with auto racing. He has been a student at St. Ambrose College in Davenport during the past four years. Schaffner, who is single, will reside in Algona during the racing season at 510 S. Harlan St. with an office at 1 1/2 East State St. Fairgrounds Motor Racing promotes auto races every Friday night in Algona and at tracks in Webster City, Cresco, and Mason City. CLAY MOWERS is home from college to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mowers. MARY MILLER arrived Friday to spend the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Miller. She will leave tomorrow to return to classes at Drake, which start next Monday. She will finish her summer course July 16. DELTHEA SHIERK recently spent a couple of days with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Jr., before returning to Northwest Missouri State College, where she is attending summer classes. She was recently named "Pledge of the Year" by her sorority, Phi Mu, and was presented with an engraved bracelet. Delthea is a science major, schooling IS DAIRY MONTH AMERICAN DAIRY FARMS BUTTER Everyone loves flavored milk coolers full of the built-in energy of wholesome milk and the tasty goodness of fiuit. (Lots of real nutrition and no "naked" calories here.) Real creamery butter adds that tremendous touch to the outdoor grilled steak; and corn, dripping with butler, is one ol the gieat, small things in life. (A delicious way to get your vitamin A.) CHEESE Cheese sandwiches, Summer weather and peaches 'n' cream go together. You can put » new complexion on a summer day with a big bowl of peaches and real cream. (Good completions begin with good nutriti umm. Will it be Swiss on rye, Cheddar 'n' ham, or Provolone and pumpernickel (One-half pound of Cheddar furnishes the protein of a pound of steak.) ICE CREAM Ice cream is always "just right" for desserts or snacks. Have it plain 01 make it sumptuous with fresh fruit, sauces and other goodies. We Salute The DAIRY FARMERS of Kossuth County , . . and every other phase of agriculture, all of which we serve "MEMBER* "FEDERAL RESERVED ,SYSTEM, JOWA STATE BANK MCMbEfc f III C AIGONA. 10V for medical technology. Guest during her visit was J. C. Watson, a classmate. THE OFFICIAL dedication service for the new Presbyterian manse will be held, starting at 2:30 p. m. next Sunday. Weather permitting, those attending will gather outside of the manse for the ceremony. An open house will follow until 4:30p.m. Chairman of the manse committee is Glenn Jones, with members being Mrs. Leon Martin, Mrs. Andy Crawford and Alfred Schultz. Participating in the ceremony will be Rev. Walter Morz, his wife and two children, Kathy and Karl. William Conn, chairman of the board of trustees, will present the keys to the manse to Rev. Morz. THE BIT AND SPUR club served over 100 persons at their breakfast recently. Winner of the door prize was Dennis Bad- ken of Klemme. The group met Sunday at 1:30 at the Chrome and rode northeast to the Plum Creek neighborhood. Lunch followed the trail ride. JUDY KNOLL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knoll, returned to visit her parents recently from the College of St. Mary in Omaha. She left Tuesday to spend until August 8 as a counsellor at Camp Hantesanear Boone. AL BOEKELMAN and Rich Groen spent Sunday in Des Moines where they participated in the state pistol shoot with about 150 shooters. Groen scored 564 and Boekelman 554 out of a possible 600. The men participated as a team and also individually. OLIVER S. Carlson, chairman has called a meeting of the Republican County Central Committee to meet in his office this (Thursday) afternoon at 4 p. m. Vice-chairman is Mrs. L. L. Riter; co-finance chairmen, Kirk Hayes and Gordon Schmidt; secretary, Mrs. Richard Thoreson; and organizational chairman, Angus Cotton. HOSPITAL NEWS May 25 - Admitted: John Forbes, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Arlis Sankey, Algona, medical; Mrs. Carrie Bourne, Algona, medical; Jovian Bauer, Algona, dental surgery; Mrs. Louis Schipull, LuVerne, medical; dismissed: George McFarland, Michael Carpenter, Burt; Gordon Hall, Mrs. Louise Hall, Algona. May 26 - Admitted: William Erpelding, Algona, fracture; Tammi Grant, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Arlis Sankey, Jovian Bauer, Mrs. Michael Prothman and baby, Algona; Mrs. Thomas Altman and baby, Irvington; William Wagner, Mallard; Mrs. Isabel Loebach, Whittemore. May 27 - Admitted: Chester Dahlhauser, Algona; dismissed: William Erpelding, Tammi Grant, Aigona. May 28 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Duane McCleish, Bancroft, girl, 4 Ibs., 14 oz.; admitted: Angeline Gustin, Frank Cink, Algona, medical; dismissed: Chester Dahlhauser, Algona; Jolene Thilges, Bancroft. May 29 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lickteig, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 3/4 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs.; Mr. and Mrs. Nash Mondragon, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 3oz.; admitted: Mrs. Arlene Christensen, Fort Dodge. May 30 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Christensen, Ft. Dodge, girl, 8 Ibs., 3 oz.; admitted: Archie Elbert, Algona, medical; dismissed: Guy Stokes, Algona; Mrs. William Myer and baby, Whittemore. June 1 - Admitted: Baby Lanette McCleish, Bancroft, boarder; Carrie Durant, Algona, medical; Eugene Muller, Algona, surgery. At Twin City Sports Holiday Four Algona men, including Mayor Bill Finn, Don Smith of the Upper Des Moines, George Allen of station KLGA and Dick Groen, policeman, attended the annual St. Paul Sports Holiday at the Twin Cities Thursday. Festivities during the day included a buffet luncheon and program at the Hotel St. Paul and the Twins-Red Sox baseball game Mayor Finn won a season pajs to the St. Paul Open Golf Toot- nament and Mr. Allen tronhoclfcy tickets during a drawing held at the hotel. * "Kotiflth County'! } Fatorite Newftptpet" June is a fitting time to salute not only the dairy farmer; but all farmers, whose highly specialized knowledge and constant efforts contribute so much to the economy of our nation and our area. •v KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Your Wayne Feed Dealer Remember Dad on EMHERSM June 20 YOU'LL BE SURE TO NAME BRAND >' V\ W short sleeve SPORT SHIRTS by Arrow Puritan Shapely madras patterns, stripes, cheeks, solids, in 100% cotton and dacron & cotton. priced at $4 - «5 - *5. 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