The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 28, 1965
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-^-««>^^»«^«»^«^—^^•^^•I^^M^B^^VM^^VHB^B^^^^Mi^l^ ocvct-y BIBLE MEETING The Bible Conference of the Methodist church will be held July 25-August 1 at the Methodist camp at Okoboji. TheMetho- (ilst Men's Retreat will be held July 31-August 1. Roger Burgess, son of the former pastor Dr. Earl Burgess and Mrs. Burgess, will be one of the speakers. This is a part of the annual North Iowa Bible r.nnferenp.e. - o - CLUB MEETINGS Mrs. Rose Smith was hostess to her card club Tuesday afternoon. The Eight Specks card club is meeting Wednesday evening July 28, with Mrs. Harold Hobson. WEEKLY LUNCHEON Mrs. William Navoichick and Mrs. Merlon Baker were hostesses at the weekly ladies luncheon at the Country Club July 21. Winners were Delia Welter, Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker. - o - AT REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst and Mr, and Mrs. Gene Furst of Britt attended a Furst family reunion Sunday at Buffalo Center. - o - CARD CLUBS Mrs. Charles LaBarre entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday. Mrs. Elvira Monlux BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILIMO v County Assessor Estimate ' NOTICE—The County Conference Board of Kouuth County, Iowa, will meet August 6, 1965, at 9:30 A.M.. at Court House In Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1966. L. J, Immerfall, Clerk, County Conference Board Assess* merit Expense $1.429 TOTALS $1,429 Expenditures for year 1003 $39.575 1D04 $40,391 $39.575 $40,391 $56,520 $56.520 $300 a $56.220 $300 I $56,220 Taxable Valuation subject to County/City Assessor Levy for year 1964 $70,892,857 was hostess to the Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Wagner entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. The previous week Mrs. Elmer Kelley was hostess to the group. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was hostess to her bridge club July 21. - o - DISTRICT MEETING The Clear Lake chapter of D. A. R. hosted a district meeting Thursday at Templar Park, Spirit Lake. In attendance from the local chapter were Mesdames Fred Geigel, Charles LaBarre, Don Smith, Sr., Delia McCullough, Roy Adams and Mrs. Russell Cook and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, who are vacationing at the Okobojis. Mrs. Haney, State Regent, was present and various projects were discussed. A booth has been obtained on the first floor of the grandstand at Des Moines during the State Fair August 20-29. The fall district meeting will be held at Fort Dodge. - o - BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. August Slagle entertained Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Sr. and Mrs. Alice Cowan at dinner in honor of the birthday of Mr. Slagle July 15. A picnic supper was held Friday at the Ambrose Call State Park for Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle by her nieces and families, Mr. and Mrs. Otto McDonough, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Schalbert, Rockford. Hold Farewell For Teacher At Lotts Creek LONE ROCK -The Lotts Creek Lutheran church held a farewell service Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Schormann (•Toni Lloyd Dugan Dean "Norm Ada GAMBLES GAUCHOS FROM WAY DOWN UNDER Siempre Bien Gangas A GAMBLES (Free Gift for every correct translation) BANG UP BARGAINS Plastic Utility Bags 19c Clothesline Rope 44c Combs 9c Bamboo Baskets ,— 66c Can Openers 66e Strainer Set 44c Scour Sponges He Clown Cookie Jar 69c Spray Brite 57c Spark Plug 49e Wind Silencer $1.19 Fuel Pump . 50c Cookie Sheets - — 33c Car Wash — 66e Gas Caps 19s Weatherstrip ^ 35« Extension Cord We 2 Ib, Grass Seed ~— WAY DOWN PRICES Thermo mugs \7c Picnic Dishes _., 44c Tidy Baskets 66c Ice Cream Scoops 77c Garment Bag 47c Bag Holder 55c Whisk Brooms 48c 4-pc. Cannister Set 69c Plastic Tub 77c Running Light $1.39 Litter Basket $1.10 Carburetor $1.50 Sponges 66c Battery Holder 50c Rymple Cloth 20c Back-Up light 45c 24" Grill $15.00 Go 25c BOTTOMLESS PRICES ON ENDLESS BARGAINS! WAY DOWN WAY DOWN WAY DOWN WAY DOWN WAY DOWN WAY DOWN Wed July 11 At Burt family, the Jesse Blanchard family, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen, the Roger Madsen family, Sheffield, and the Wendell Stevens family of Laurens. piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Notes Of I Servicemen Wednesday, July 28, 1965 Algona (\a.) Urmer DM USS BENNER (DD-807) Machinist's Mate Third Class Ivan G. Burtis of Route 1, Al- gona, Iowa is serving aboard the destroyer USS Banner, participating in the IOC:, Midshipman Cniise in the Pacific Ocean. The Benner is conducting naval operations for U. S. Naval Academy and Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Midshipmen. SAN DIEGO, CALIF. - Seaman Recruit Roy D. Nelson, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy .1. Nelson of GOO W. McGregor St., Algona, has begun nine weeks of Navy basic training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. On completion of his recruit training he will be assigned to a school, shore station or ship, according to the results of his Navy classification tests, his own desires and the nec.ris of the Navy. FORT KNOX, KY. - Cadet Myron A. Kautsch, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo 0. Kautsch, Whitternore, Iowa, is attending an extensive six-week training program at Fort Knox, Ky. Cadet Kautsch will be given advanced training in the military subjects he has been studying. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. David Bunkofske who were married July 11 at the Full Gospel church in Burt by Rev. Edward R. Hastamy of Forest City. The bride is the former Linda Lou Ackerman, daughter of Mrs. Murial Ackerman and the late Hiram Ackerman. David is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske. The couple will make their home in Burt. Mr. Schorminn, who has been a teacher in the parochial school since 1958, is retiring after 47 years of teaching. They are moving to Beatrice, Nebr. The services began at 7:30and Pastor A. Vehling gave the sermon. After the services in the church they retired to the church parlor where they had aprogram. Congratulatory messages were given by Rev. G. J. C. Gerike, Algona, Pastor Walter Ostermier, West Bend, and the teacher from the Whittemore school, Ruben Butzke. The Sunday School and school children sang songs and the choir rendered a selection. Leaders of various organizations gave talks. Chairman of the congregation is Robert Ferstenau, the men's club was represented by Ray Laabs, Sunday School by Mrs. Roger Long, Parent-Teacher League, Richard Kuecker, Walther League by Douglas Kading, choir by Carol Zumach and the board of education, Gerald Kuecker. Master of ceremonies was Pastor Cleo Kautsch, Whittemore. Cindy Rath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath went to Scranton Monday to spend a week at a church camp. Martha Kennedy, Armstrong, called on her aunt, Mrs. Margaret Lynch, Thursday. A large crowd attended the 4-H achievement show Monday night at the Legion hall. Their subject this year has been on picture study. Duane Robinson, Chamberlain, S. D., visited his sister and family, the Arlowe Hansens, Monday and Tuesday. An open house will be held Saturday evening, July 31, in the Presbyterian church parlors from 7 p. m. to 9 p. rn. for Rev. and Mrs. Bullock and son who ••will be ciandidating here Sunday. Coffee and cookies will be served by the evening circle. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Maude Blanchard was honored at a birthday dinner at the Gordon Blanchard home, Mason City, Sunday. Other guests included the Harlan Blanchard SALE RIDIKALUS DAY- Algona Take Your Pick — First Come, First Served! TABLES LAMPS RUG SAMPLES DRAPERY SAMPLES CHAIRS ODDS & ENDS of Lawn Furniture at DON'T MISS THE ONLY APPEARANCE OF THE YEAR OF BJUSTROM'S HAWAIIAN; RNITURE CO. ESTABLISHED A monetary gift was presented fi to Mr. and Mrs. Schormann. fi Lunch was served by the wives ^ of the church council. A humorous skit "Is This a Classroom?" was presented by the Walther League. - o - 4-H MEETING The Lone Rock 4-H Club met at the home of JoAnn Bernhard with 10 members and one leader attending.* Kathy Binzen and Ellen Lynch reported on the last junior leader meeting. Susan Lynch gave a talk on when does a picture need a mat. JoAnn Binzen gave a talk on selection of a color mat. Linda Doocy gave a demonstration on how to cut a mat. The leader Mrs. Cherland gave a presentation on picture study. - o The Leslie Behrends family, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., visited his brother, Richard Behrends, at Forest City last week and at the home of his parents, the John Behrends, Sunday and Monday. The E. A. Lees and the Ronald Richardsons, Lakota, spent the weekend at Okoboji. The Raymond Neswolds, Britt, spent Sat. night with them. Cynthia Blanchard left Sunday to visit at the home of her uncle, the D. H. Drowns, and also her grandparents, the H. K. Drowns, Des Moines, for a week. Gary Rath is spending this week at Scranton, helping in making preparations for another camp for boys from 4th through 8th grades which is called Camp Daniel. Next week there will be a camp for young people, of high school age. Wednesday evening guests at the Russell Rodgers home were their daughters and families from Algona, Mr. and Mrs. DanSykes, the Vernon Krull family and the Jack Myers family. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Rodger's birthday. 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