The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1965 · Page 12
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Good Neighbors Lend Aid, LuVerne, In Farm Work LUVERNE - Monte Toohey, Don Kruse, Everett Schlpull cultivated 120 acres of corn and beans on the farm of Mrs. Wilder Rockwood. Mrs. Toohey, Mrs. Kruse and Mrs. Schlpull brought the lunch for the men. - o - Rev. and Mrs. Worthle Usher and Mrs. William Goetsch recently went to Waterloo, to attend the North Iowa Conference in the First Methodist church there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Bigings, Lynn and Bradley, Crestwood, Mo., have been visiting with his father, William, 80, and Mrs. Bigings. They attended a reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Flickinger, Ft. Dodge, sister of Mrs. Robert Bigings, honoring their father, Hiram Hewitt, 88, Livermore. Mr. Hewitt has been at the home of his daughter in Ft. Dodge after hospitalization. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch were supper guests of the Herlev Nielsens in Bode recently. Their son, Don Nielsen in the Marines, was home from Memphis, Tenn. He reports to Los Angeles. Rev. A. S. Beckman, Western Home, Cedar Falls, is spending some time with his daughter, the Lawrence Marty family near Hardy. Jane Schnetzer, daughter of the George Schnetzers and Douglas Marty, son of the Melvin Martys, left recently to spend the week at the Evangelical United Brethren church camp site at Riverview Park;' They were accompanied by. the,. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman, pastor of the local church. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty had as guests on Father's Day her parents, Mr? and Mrs. Henry Kubly, LuVerne, a daughter, the Judean Welthas of Randall and a son, the Robert Marty family of Oxford, Neb., on vacation visiting here. Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Mueller and son Joel left last week for a vacation visit with their daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Les Karjala at Carelton, Minn. Paul Maas, LuVerne is spending two weeks in Detroit, Mich., attending a convention of the Missouri Synod of Lutheran churches. Mr. Maas is a delegate from the Algona circuit of Lutheran churches. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Coyle and children were recent guests in the parental Mike Coyle home in Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and daughter were Father's Day visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Shirk, Linn Grove, their guests their daughter, Mrs. Alan Rowe and two children of Chandler, Ariz., visited with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk. They came to visit Hugh Shirk convalescing at his home after being hospitalized in Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge the past four weeks following a severe heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch visited recently at the cottage of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Algona, on Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus and family spent a day with his father, Arthur Ramus, Des Moines, convalescing from recent surgery. Mrs. Delia Burgess, mother of Mrs. Gerald Ramus, accompanied them to Perry to visit former friends. The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met In the Methodist fellowship rooms with the new general chairman, Mrs. Dale Zentner, presiding. Devotions were led by Mrs. Irwln Jorgensen. The program was a report given by two guests, Dawn Llndebak and Connie Sanford on their recent trip to Washington, D. C., and visiting the U. N. In New York City. Hostesses were Mrs. L. B. Shelton, Mrs. Jergensen, Mrs. Robert Barber and Mrs. Allan Blake. The 500 card club were guests of Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard recently. At play Mrs. Amelia Hanselman, high, and Mrs. Martha Schneider, low. In the absence of regular members, guests were Mrs. Hanselman and Mrs. Lawrence Miller. Mrs. Guy Giddings, Sr., Burt, has been a guest of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings. The Friendly Neighbor Club were guests of Mrs. Henry Kubly. Mrs. Edwin Hefti presented the topic. The surprise entertainment was in charge of Mrs. W. Raymond Legler. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier John and Kathy, went to Avon, S. Dakota, to visit his relatives over a recent weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau, LuVerne, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wittmeier, Ft. Dodge, fished a few days at Sauk Centre, Minn. The Wittmeier .girls stayed with grandparents, the L. C. Witt- meiers. Mrs. Elmer Kubly underwent surgery Wednesday, June 16, at Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, June 2$, 1965 THANK YOU! J 'il, I! July 1 our Cafe passes in the hands of Bob and Shirley Ludwig. We have enjoyed and appreciated nine years of your patronage and trust the new owners will continue to receive your fine support. DROP IN - GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE NEW, YOUNG ENERGETIC OWNERS. JOHN and IRENE WALDRON jii Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge. Henry Will, Windom, Minn., Mrs. Alvin Weber was released was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. following surgery at the Lutheran Henry Kubly recently. Mr. Will, hospital, Ft. Dodge, and is con- 85 years old, was a former valesclng at her • farm home, earlier resident here. Ends Wednesday, June 30 "CHEYENNE AUTUMN" THURS. - SAT. JULY 1 - 3 SAT. MAT. ^ ****** Tony RaNDALLVJONeS AT 1:30 ALGONA *i Siiw "••. Kit ci fr King of Beasts... or Prince of Pussycats?/ in «•< com ENDS WED. JUNE 30 "GOLDFINGER" Plus } "STOLEN HOURS" DRIVE-IN THEATRE , ALGONA , IOWA THURS. thru SAT. JULY 1-3 THURSDAY IS "BUCKNITE" THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 Belly laughs! Belly dancers! Midways! Motordromes! Swingln' songs, hot deals and fists all over the lot! CO-STAHRINO JOAN LEIF SECOND EXCITING FEATURE FABIAN-SHELLEYFABARES-TABHUNTER Bum.EDEN-pEiERBROWN PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS f \ Y«vr Iwky fntertainmtnt No. » 299*7171

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