The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 9, 1965
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Algeria (la.) Upp«r D« Thunday, Sept. 9, 1965 MIEIT lieu HOSTS CLUB Mrs, Merle Schwletert, of Burt, entertained her Merry Mix- efs Sewing club last Friday. Most of the members are from Algona, - o - SHOWER HELD A bridal shower was given Aug. 31 at the Methodist church for Ru*h Chatland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chant- Ian, former Algonans, now of vVebster City. Hostesses were Mrs. James Daniels, Mrs. Gerald Thllges, Mrs. Val Gene Wes- sllng, Phyllis Scott, Sally Berg and Mrs. Albert Chantland, Webster City. The marriage of Ruth and Norman Peter, Manson, was held Sept. 4 In the Methodist church at Manson. The bride has been employed in Fort Dodge with the Globe Union Manufacturing Co. and the groom is employed at the Safeway food market in Fort Dodge where they will make their home. - o - KNITTERS MET Mrs. L.R.Kees entertained her knit and sew club Wednesday. - o - ROYAL NEIGHBORS Members of the Royal Neighbor lodge had a pot-luck supper and housewarming Tuesday even- Ing at Mrs. Louis Lynk's. - o - RELATIVE WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Mount Klnseth and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kln- seth and Mrs. Olvin Haug, Ottosen, attended the wedding Aug. 28 of Gayle Floen, cousin of Mount Klnseth, and William Tuck. The service and reception were held In the Baptist church. The bridegroom Is In service. Mr. and Mrs. Mount Klnseth attended the silver wedding anniversary Sunday at West Bend of Mr. and Mrs. James Barber, brother-in- law and*, sister of the former.. •' l ' v -* •"'-- •'• "• COFFEE PARTY Mrs. Albert SHobe and Mrs. C.H. Simpson gave a neighborhood coffee Thursday morning, Aug. 26, for Mrs. D.C. Knedler, who has moved to Mason City. - o - CLASS PICNIC The tenth grade Sunday School class of the Methodist church were guests of last years ninth grade class at a breakfast Sept. 5 at 7:30 at the Ambrose Call State park. Sundy school classes were held there. Teachers are Rex Taylor and Herb Hedlund. - o - 25th YEAR Thursday, Sept. 2, was the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Methodist WSC Sand luncheon was served at 1. Mrs. Ray Potter was in charge of the program and Mrs. Roy Hutzell gave devotions. - o - MRS. WES BARTLETT went to Storm Lake Friday to bring Barbara home • for the Labor Day weekend. Barbara is in her first year of teaching at Storm Lake. Bill Bartlett has spent the past two weeks in Miami, Fla. where he attended the National Convention of Circle K Clubs, of which he is president of the Morningside Chapter. JAMES STANTON, son of Mr. and Mrs, Mark Stanton, has completed ten weeks of the University of Colorado in • poulder. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton went to Boulder for the week of Jim's final exams and brought him home at the conclusion of iiis term, He will leave on the 19th for South Bend, Indiana, where he will be a senior, with a major in science, at Notre Dame University. Apre-medical student, he has not decided where he will study medicine. MR. AND MRS. Perry Lowman and sons, David and Dean, returned recently from a visit with relatives in Oregon and Washington, Mrs, Lowman's mother, Mrs. Lillian Nordstrom of Portland, Oregon, is recovering from a stroke suffered a year aeo, MR. mxij MKS. Tom Kinsey, Huntington Beach, Calif., are parents of a son, Timothy Ray-' mond, born Aug. 21, Mrs. Kinsey is the former DarleneSkogstrom^. daughter of Mrs, Vivian & strom of Algona, • t • i HOOD'S for "Qualify Plus" SAVINGS •-- .* * * ••••••' ^^ <> ** BEEF QUALITY + SAVINGS QUARTERS No Charge For Cutting To Order, Wrapping & Freezing Hindquarter Lb. 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