The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1965 · Page 10
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(la.) Upp»r Dei Moirtftt Thondoy, Au0uH 12, 1965 FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool attended a Friday family reunion July 18 at. Lake Andnisia, Bwmidjl, Minn, where Mrs. Pool's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnson, have a resort. The reunion was held at the home and In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. James Newel and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Newell, Tulsa, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Abe Laurltzen, former Algonans now of Beaver Dam, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Ted Friday, Welser, Ida., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Friday, Yakima, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Friday, Backus, Minn., and Mrs. Edna Kelling, Marshalltown. It might be of interest to add that Mrs. Arthur De Orzio, 50, Marshalltown, who was burned to death recently, was mother-in-law of Barbara, daughter of the Johnsons mentioned above. - o SON GRADUATES Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchlns and the latter's mother, Mrs. Hazel Lusby, went to Iowa City Wednesday to attend the graduation of David from the State University. He received his M. A. degree in psychology and will teach at Wisconsin State University, Whitewater. COUNTRY CLUB PARTY At the Wednesday bridge and golf party last week attheAlgona Countn Cliib, pri7.es in bridge went to Mrs. Melvin Bay, Mrs. O. B. Harmes and Mrs. Miles Sloniker. In golf, Margaret Herbst won the championship flight with a 39, Peggy Adams won the first flight with a 47 and Joan Chrischilles with a 48 took first place honors in the second flight. Hostesses were Delia Welter and Mrs. Miles Sloniker. FAMILY PICNIC A family picnic was held last Sunday at East Park, Mason City. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. William DeKruif, John ajriChris, Mr. and Mrs. William DeKniif, Jr., and Larry, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Limebriglit, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassa- han, Cecil, Carol and Fred, Jr., Mason City, Mrs. EileenTillman, Billy and Julie Jo, Sioux City, Mrs. Loren Nelson and Melanie, and Mr. and Mrs.GaJfStockwell. - o FISH FRY A fish fry dinner was held last Tuesday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool's, guests being members of the Rebekah Lodge and a few of the husbands, Lloyd Pool and Wilbur Bniner, being the ones who caught the fish, Louis Lynk, Glen Graham and Mrs. Bruner. - o - ATTENDS PARTY Mrs. Harvey Reid was at Lakota last Monday attending a party at Mrs. Fred Schroeders. Among the guests were Mrs. Irvin Wortman who with her husband has left for Germany for a visit with their son John and wife. John is In service and has been located there several years. SHOWER HONOREE A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Tuesday evening at the Academy hall for Audrey Boes, Breda, whose marriage to Terry Anderson will take place at Breda, Sept. 14. Hostesses were Mrs. William Dodds, Mrs. Jerry Hobbs, Mrs.LeoImmerfall, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Vernell Ludwig and Mrs. Andrew Marty. - o - POT-LUCK SUPPER A meeting of the Northwest Iowa Callers Association was held Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig for a pot-luck supper. Mr. Ludwig was reelected president and Al Davis was elected secretary-treasurer. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. LawrenceRledel and family and the latter's father, G. 0. McFarland, who now makes his home with the Riedels, were ST ROM6 CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities "Do not be deceived; God is not mocked, for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap." — Galatians 6:7 We are foolish to believe that we can deceive God with any outward display of faith and principle. More real than the pressure of our own conscience is the truth that God will not be deceived, will not be • mocked. Goodness is a trait that some despise because it often poses a "handicap" in business deals and in one's relationship with his fellow man. A man may hate his conscience for what it makes him do—or not do—but within his inner self he is at the same time grateful because he knows that there is some reward for goodness. Read your BIBLE daily and CO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Woyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy g. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clovhing 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. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson CMC Trucks — Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds — We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feel' Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 at the W. H. Riedels near Burt to celebrate the birthday Monday of the father, W. H. Riedel. - o - HOST PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond entertained at a buffet Thursday evening and had 60 guests, the construction men and their families who built their new home. French Youth Makes Study, Kossuth Farm SWEA-EAGLE - Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson have a visitor from Aisme, France, which is about 50 miles from Paris. He is Gerard Couvreur, 21 years of age. He is a farm youth, here to study our methods of farming. He reportedly lives on a 750 acre farm and crops are much like ours. The seasons are similar to those in northern Minnesota. Tractors there are mostly diesel. He has had two years of agriculture. Gerard came to the Thoresen home on July 22 and will stay until sometime in September. - o - AT SCOUT CAMP Seven Boy Scouts from the area attended Scout camp at the Prairie Gold Scout Camp at West Okoboji last week, with leader Jack Van Norman. Wendell Dlts- worth assisted two nights and Paul Wiechmann for one night. Parents Night was Thursday evening. Attending from the area were Steve Ditsworth, Larry Rock, Allen Wiechmann, Ricky Bauer, John Van Norman, Matt Kollasch and Clarence Braddock. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kvamsdale attended the Madsen family reunion at Worthington, Sunday. A goodly number attended from East Chain also. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr visited Mrs. William Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones at Lakeview in Fairmont Saturday. ... o)" Mrs. IrvinJBathe, P.atty, Jimmy 0 -» and Jerry of Garden Grove, Cal., were Sunday dinner guests at the R. S. Mather home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Preston and family and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Preston and family were Friday evening guests at the Earl Preston home for Mrs. Preston's birthday. Mrs. Nettie Eckholm of Ingel- wood, Cal. came July 15 to visit her nephews, Maynard and Virgil Jensen and their families. Her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eckholm of Willmar also visited at the Jensen homes last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Eckholm will return to Willmar for a few more days there and a visit in Minneapolis before going back to Calif. Mrs. Eckholm was a guest of honor at Reynolds Park at a coffee party with the following as hostesses: Mrs. Jim Harner, Mrs. Walter Peterson,^ Edith and Myrtle Mollnder, Mrs. Joe Preston, Mrs. Nina Traub, Mrs. Roger Linde, Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, Mrs. Maynard Jensen and Mrs. Virgil Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Picht, Alice of Minneapolis, and Diane, drove to Waverly to visit the Wayne Pichts and the Clyde Thaves, and on Sunday at Shell Rock they attended a family gathering at the Howard Picht home. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison spent a weekend at the home of their daughter and family, the Vern Mortensens at Hutchison, Minn. They returned grandchildren, Michael and Mark, to their home after a vacation here. Tom Preston and Lorinda, his mother, Mrs. Joe Preston and his aunt, Mrs. Nina Traub, attended the Keeney reunion at the airport at Des Moines on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoner and Linda of Laurens were dinner guests at the Onnal Guinn home. They were on their way home after 3 weeks visiting relatives at Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Wash. Debby went home with them for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and family, Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Rippentrop, Truman and Mr. and Mrs. David Rippentrop and family, Newton, attended the Tapper family reunion, among 114 persons at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop took Dale to Woodward Friday after two weeks at home. Mrs. Irvin Bathe, Patty, Jimmy and Jerry were Sunday afternoon callers at the Fred C. Newlin home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Green, Bonnie and Brian, and Anne Larson spent Friday to Sunday afternoon at St. Paul, Minn, where they visited Mrs. O'Green's sister and family, the Fordes Bergans. The men attended the ball game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Twins on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Black and family of Ft. Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hurlburt. Barbeque And Bazaar Planned For St. Joe ST, JOE - An outdoor chicken barbeque and bazaar will be held on Sunday afternoon and evening, September 12, starting at 4 p.m. at St. Joseph's hall sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph. A village store, bingo and games for all ages are planned. Maldrltes will also be available. The public is invited. Mrs. Ralph Reding entertained her 500 R-Nu club Monday even- ing with Mrs. Edwin Thllges as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Orvllle Wagner, Mrs. Nicholas Weydert and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Mrs. Orvllle Wagner entertains the club on August 26. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reding and family are staying here in the home of Gerald's parents while their farm home nearCor- with is being remodeled. Leona and John Bornong, Rapid City, S. D. visited here this week with relatives. They are niece and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Mrs. Louise Thul. Both are teachers in the Rapid City school. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul returned home on Saturday evening from a visit with Mrs. Thul's sister, Sister M. Amalia,0. S. F. Holy Family Hall and other acquaintances in Dubuque. Enroute home they also visited with cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mlshak, Alta Vista and with a niece, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and family, Riceville. Knights of Columbus St. Joseph's Council met August 4 with Milford Plathe, Grand Knight presiding. Eugene Mertz received the attendance prize. Committee in charge of lunch were Harold Frideres, Jake Thll- ges, Donald Reding, Leonard McGuire and Alfred Zeller. New six point chairmen for this year are Thomas Bormann, council lecturer, is also genefal program chairman; Dave McGuire, council activities chairman; Tony Becker In charge of fraternal activities; Irvin Mertz, Catholic activities; publicity, Sylvester Wagner; Barney Thilges, youth director; and Don Reding, membership. The Council is sponsoring the annual Mulligan Stew to be held here on Tuesday evening, August 24, with entertainment and games for young and old. The public is invited to attend. *THEMIfiHtYMI00r KLEIN'S Form Supply WILL BE NORTH OF FLORAL HALL ON DISPLAY: WAYNE FEEDS PRIDE OF FARM EQUIPMENT PAM LINE EQUIPMENT PERFORMING DUCKS REE PRIZES KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY ALGONA FAIR TIME MEMS SPECIAL SEWING MACHINE PRICES The North Iowa Sewing Machine Company — Th« exclusive wholesale distributor of New Home sewing machines In Iowa, will participate with dealers in over 20 fairs. HERE IN ALGONA Fair Prices Are Now Available Al The Retail Store. The 104-year-old New Home Company's new line, the result of m .re research than any line in history, includes thks Model 556. Simplest of all to use — Just set. the picture for weaving stitch, blind hem, decorative stitches, built-in button-holer plus zig-zag. Free demonstration anytime of this and other popular makes — side by side on display in store. Each Sale backed by all the lessons you want free of charge. Each Sale backed by Lifetime Free store servke and written Lifetime'Factory Warranty. Ask to see the list of thousands of satisfied users in most any town within 80 mile radius North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. 310 E. State St. ALGONA PLAN NOW TO ATTEND TH£ KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 17-20 STOCK CAR RACES TUESDAY & FRIDAY 8 P.M. F-R-E-E BEEF BARBECUE THURSDAY 5:30 - 7:30 P. M. LIVESTOCK SALE FRIDAY 8A.M. RECORD LIVESTOCK ENTRIES ll.'S . \li 'I! I Mile iinl -1-l , xlul.il.-.. •)-!! ( i. HUGE MACHINERY EXHIBIT C i 'inil \ Kan I'll tin A M tu midnight TRACTOR PULLING CONTEST WEDNESDAY 7:30 P. M. MERRIAM'S MIDWAY SHOWS ALL 4 DAYS MERRITT'S CIRCLE M RODEO THURSDAY 8 P. M.

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