The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1965
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Seneca Club Tour To 11 4-H Projects SENECA - The Seneca Progressive Farfner's4-Hheld their club tour, July 17. Members showing projects included Lowell Mueller; with a beef; Dennis Wilberg, | who had sheep; Ed Bergum who had both a swine project and entomology; Ross and Brian Johnson with sheep; Tom Bergum had swine; John Nyman a dairy heifer; Randy Kabrick a baby beef; Darrel, Douglas and Arlen Nyman displayed dairy heifers and a garden project. The group saw a dairy heifer at the Mike Cyphers home; baby beeves at the Tom, Dick and Dan Lynch home and baby beef projects at the home of Rodney and Kathy Jensen. At the conclusion the group played softball at the Jensen home and enjoyed aweinerroast. The group was accompanied by Roger Heimstra of Algona, the leaders and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen, also the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and John Nyman. MODERN MIXERS The Seneca Modern Mixer Club enjoyed a one o'clock luncheon at Esthervllle on their regular meeting day. The group held election of officers for the new year. Officers elected included Mrs. Richard Bauer, pres., Mrs. Everett Witham as vice-president, and Mrs. Wayne Nyman as secretary- treasurer. Named on the program committee were Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg. Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Alvin Cyphers were named on the gift committee, and Mrs. Leonard Madden and Mrs. Herbert Krause on the perfect attendance award committee. Having perfect attendance for the year were the retiring presi- dent, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Robert Burt and Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was the honored birthday member. Ottosen Boy is Parade Winner OTTOSEN • Randy Cooper, age seven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper, won first prize in the bicycle division at the parade held at West Bend, July 5. His costume was really in keeping with the day for he was dressed as Uncle Sam. He wore red and white striped trousers, a navy blue jacket, a red and white hat with a blue band on which there were white stars. His red bicycle was decorated with red, white and blue and there was a flag at each handlebar. Red, white and blue streamers hung at the end of each handlebar. LuVerne Woman's Father Passes Funeral services for William August Schmidt, 98, Sauk Rapids, Minn., father of Mrs. Michael Hinz of LuVerne, were conducted Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Clear Lake, Minn., of which he was a charter member. The Rev. T. A. Stein officiated and burial was also at Clear Lake. Mr. Schmidt was born at Watertown, Wis., but spent a number of years in Iowa where he married Justine Weise. They moved to a farm in Minnesota in 1909. Mn Schm'idf 'is survived by three children, Edward and Mrs/ Fred Doering of Clear Lake, Minn., and Mrs. Michael Hinz of LuVerne. Algona (la.) Upp«» DM Mdnw ****** -My 13, 1*65 THURSDAY, JULY 15 FOR ONE WEEK ALGONA WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS T ACTRESS L JULIE ANDREWS • DICK VAN DYKE DAVID TOMLINSON • GLYNIS JOHNS HERMiONE BAOOELEY- DOME * • * * * * » 4 • Matinees Daily at 1:30 — Admission $1.00 — Kiddies 75c • Sat. & Sun. Continuous — Admission $1.25 — Kiddles 75c « Evenings at 7:00 & 9:30 — Admission $1.25 — Kiddies 75c » Look to the napie WALT PISNEy for the finest in family entertainment! j I Burt Pastor and Mrs. Wm. Scheer arrived home the past week after a month's absence. Pastor Scheer attended an International Missouri Synod Convention at Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Scheer and children visited her parents at Muskegon. The Bruce Graham family moved the past week to a home in Swea City. Bruce operates the Standard Oil station and tank wagon service in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sewick, Fort Pierce, Fla., visited the past week at the home of Mrs. Flossie Leason. Other guests who came to visit the Se wick's were Mr. and Mrs. John Swe- wick, Spirit Lake. Harry Sewick, Ireton, Mr. and Mrs. Ferm Sewick and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sewick, Algona. The first in a series of "Story Hours" was held at the Burt Library from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday and will continue each Friday through the summer. Boys and girls of pre-school age through second grade are invited to attend. Judy Mitchell will be in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott and Kenneth spent the Fourth of July weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Cliff Abbas at their resort at Cross Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Barley Hansen and family attended a Hansen family reunion at Decorah, Sunday. Alvina Hasse enjoyed a week's vacation from her duties at the Burt post office. During the week she went to Iowa City to get her sister, Ruth, who will spend some time at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hoppel and Todd were Friday evening supper and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dunkleberger Forest City. On Saturday they went to Readlyn, la. for the weekend at the parental Wm. Happels, and Clarence Det- erdings. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petersen became parents of their first child, a daughter, born at the Emmetsburg hospital July 8.The little Miss weighed 6 Ibs. 5 oz. and has been named Donna Lynn. Grandparents are Mrs. Ruth Trunkhill, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grimes, Whittemore, and Orval Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Smith, Hinckley, Minn., are great-grandparents. John Melville and a friend arrived In Burt the past week for a visit with his brother Bob, and his grandmother, Mrs. Helen Vogel. Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lock- wood attended final rites at Havanna, HI. for Mrs. Sheldon Atwater on July 3rd and visited relatives. Enroute home they visited the Herbert Hoover Library, old Homestead, and Memorial Gardens at West Branch. NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT tooqe Where Old-World Innkeeptni Hospitality is Revived Everything you ever 'imagined. Everything you expect ii provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at the NEW Hyatt Lodge'— Large Decorator - Designed Luxury ~R6om». King-SIze Beds. Individually Room-Controlled Ycar-Around "as you like it" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest TV and Radio. Excellent Food. Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, •Northwest's Finest Automatic Bowling (32 lanes). Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions and Theaters. Minutes to Downtown — Easily Accessible to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. For Mturffitfons. Wirt. 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