The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1965 · Page 7
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A L & 6 KT WEEKLY PARTY Winners at bridge during the weekly Country Club party and luncheon last Wednesday were Mrs. Frank Zender, Mrs. Claude Sagle and Mrs. Dean Kinsman. Hostesses were Mrs. Zender and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. - o - PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Lawrence Cink entertained her card club Wednesday. - o - ATTEND FROM HERE The Armstrong 0. E. S. held Friendship Night June 21 and in attendance from the local chapter were Mr. and Mrs. Fred ShUts, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, and Worthy Matron Mrs. Russell Walker. Each chapter attending contributed to the entertainment. Mrs. Leo Steven gave a vocal solo. - o - PICNIC SUPPER The Barbershoppers, wives and families held a picnic supper Tuesday at the school exhibit hall at the Kossuth county fairgrounds. There was good attendance, but a few living out of town left a little early as a storm threatened. - o - SISTER VISITS Helen Comfort has been visited by her sister, Mrs. F. L. Warner, Deer Island, Ore., and with her attended the wedding June 26 at Onawa of their niece, Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Comfort. - o - WED 2 5 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeld, Fred Dransfeld, Frank Bahling and Mrs. Celia Scott, Burt, attended the silver wedding anniversary June 13 of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Stahm at Trimont, Minn. HOSTS GUESTS Mts. Gilbert Hargreaves had as guests last Wednesday Mrs. Lillian Maasdam, Enterprise, Ore., and Dorothy Robinson and Delores Hines, Dakota City. Other guests in the evening were Mrs. Bernard Capesius, Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth, Mrs. Clarence Siemers and Mrs. Lyle Raney. The evening was spent at cards and refreshments served. - o - TWO BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Kenneth Besch gave a party June 6 in celebration of the birthdays of her daughters, Debbie, 7, and Kitty, 2. Guests were Connie and Denise Baker, Sandra Weishaar, Patty Davis, Nancy Allen, Christie Elmore and Sally Gotten. Games were played and refreshments served. - o - GARDEN CLUB The Garden Club meeting has been postponed to July 12 and will meet with Mrs. H. S. Montgomery. She will be assisted by Mrs. Milo Dailey. - o GOP WOMEN The Republican Women met June 29 with Mrs. August Slagle for a 9:30 coffee. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. Clara Keith, Mrs. Corrinne Gabrielson and Mrs. Elfreda Clark. - o - KNITTERS MET Mrs. Leslie Faber was hostess to her knitting club Wednesday. - o - SLUMBER PARTY Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnette, was 14 June 14, but was on vacation with her parents so the anniversary was observed June 23 with a slumber party, preceded by a picnic supper and followed by breakfast the following morning. Guests were DeEtt Burris, Nancy Wagner and Carol Allen. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire attended the wedding Sunday at Titonka of Patricia Hoover and Gary Elbert, The ceremony took place at 2:30 o'clock in the Methodist church. - o - FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker attended a Becker-Koppenfamily reunion Sunday at Swea City. - o - COFFEE HOSTESS Mrs. Don Hemmingsen entertained her neighborhood group at coffee Wednesday morning. The women meet each week. - o - HOMEMAKERS MET Irvington Homemakers met May 18 with Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves for a tea. There was an exchange of plants and bulbs, . o - DEGREE OF HONOR Degree of Honor Lodge met last Monday evening with Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves. A pot-luck supper was served. Nineteen persons were in attendance and Mrs. Richard Cook, Mason City, was a guest. ENTERTAINS AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent, Jr. and family entertained at a family dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, visiting here from Wheatridge, Colo. Guests included Mr. B. M. Bakken, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Cowan and David. Mrs. Hall is a niece of Mrs. Kent's. BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday party was held recently at Call State Park for Kurt Eugene Grant, son of Lt. and Mrs. D. A. Grant. Guests were his sister, Pamela, Ronnie Reefer, Doug Wildin, Glori Shipler, Brenda and Lisa Wubben, Tommy and Donna Schutjer, Ronnie and Tina Ristau, Carla Harig, and Jerry and Cristv Frisby. lllllllli Algonan Gets Science Degree In Electronics Two Injured, Farm Mishaps, Near Bancroft BANCROFT - Chas. McGuire painfully injured In a farm accident when a spring broke on the cultivator, hitting him in the face, breaking his teeth, and fracturing his nose, and cutting a large gash below his left eye. He was treated at the local doctor's office and taken to Holy Family hospital, Esthervllle. Kenny Bergman lost the tip and nail on his little finger Friday while fixing some repairs on a corn sheller and his fingers became caught in the sheller while it was being repaired. - o - Mrs. Gene Wolf and Cindy left Tuesday for Greenley, Colo, to visit Mrs. Wolfs daughter Jane and husband and get acquainted with their new grand- Thurtdtry, July 1, 1965 Algeno (la.) Upper Dss Moines 7 daughter, the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hansen and daughters Cindy and Nancy, Chicago, visited their parents, the Richard Menkes, Bancroft, the Ben Hansens, Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hansen went to Sioux City Saturday where they attended the class reunion of Mrs. Hansen at the St. Joseph School of Nursing, the class of 1960. Alice (Menke) Hansen and Donna (Bergman) Derner were 19GO rr '.In:* •-., M \vi, i living )M C :!'• .71' , t|: ! I :T. were unable to u I: 'if, A miscellaneous shower ho;. oring Chery Wheelock was IK ! Wednesday, June 30 at St. Johns' hall. Miss Whpolock v/lllhfx:om'; the bride 01 Robert Ben/wn, qvi of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ben/en -f Bancroft. Mrs. Duane Mr.Cleis'n ami children ••"fnrne'l Sunday to Chi- car i f-.fi T ;|. |.;,i)T a month with the Rich;:..'i Monkes» | WESLEY 1 By Mrs. Viola Studer iiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Monson and family went to Waterloo June 20 to attend a Father's Day family gathering in honor of her father, Frank Smith of Roscoe, 111., held at the home of his son, Dick Smith and family. Vernon Smith of Waterloo also attended. The Herman, Franklin and Paul Bodes were June 20 guests in the Kenneth Prohaska home at Duncan in honor of the first birthday of Ronnie Prohaska. Robert Giilingham Robert V. Giilingham, son of Mrs. Robert R. Giilingham, 1015 E. State St., was awarded an Associate of Science Degree in electronic engineering technology last week by the Wisconsin School of Electronics, Madison. Giilingham, a 1959 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, has accepted a position In research and development with Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, N. J. Prior to entering the school, Mr. Giilingham served on active duty for four years with U. S. Air Force. From Mexico Rope spinning, so often associated with American cowboys, actually originated in Mexico. A Mexican member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, Vincent Orespo, introduced the custom in the late 1800's, and it was quickly adopted by American cowboys. .•••4 ST RONG CHURCHES... Make Strong Communities 'And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.' — Colossians 3:17 The Christian does not have to search for a "reason" to do good works. A kind word, a helping hand, these just seem to be the natural way for those who are aware of the great message to be found in the life of Christ upon earth. One cannot merely say, "I am a -Christian" and find a deep sense of satisfaction in only speaking the words. The Christian not only believes; the Christian acts. Those who do act make the discovery that there is nothing spectacular in the doing of good works. There is, instead, the deep - seated knowledge that, in helping others we not only serve God, but help ourselves as well. Read ypur BIBLE dally and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 — Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC, O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tools FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. 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