The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1965 · Page 13
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Algona (to.) Upp«r Dtt Moteti Tu+tdcty, t*f*. 14, Mr. and Mrs* Bill Senate, Cedar Rapids, were Saturday dinner guests at the home of her parents, the Al Hlnckleys. They were accompanied by Michelle Thomson, 3 year old daughter of the Dan Thomsons, la. City, who will spend two weeks with her grandparents. The Larry Hlnckleys, Des Moines, were overnight guests at the parental home. Saturday, they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Batt, Sioux City, to Minneapolis where all were guests of Dennis (Mick) Hammerstrom for the Labor Day weekend. Burt W.S.C.S. Observes 25th Anniversary BURT - Approximately 60 members, forme* members and guests'attended the evening meeting of the Burt W.S.C.S. Wednesday and helped observe the 25th anniversary of the organization, In charge of the evenings program were Mesdames G. H. McMullen, Ray Hoppus, Delbert Schaeller and Al Hinckley. The program and meditations included a choral reading "Love That World," by Mrs. Merlin Davies, assisted by Mrs. Walter Campney at the piano and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Glenn Teeter, and Mrs. Bob Sarchet. Also included was the lighting of the birthday cake by Mrs. Walter Campney and Mrs. Dean Andrews; "The Three-Fold Goals of the 25th Anniversary," by Mrs. Al Hinckley and memoirs of the past 25 years of the local society by Mrs. G. H. McMullen and Mrs, Delbert Schaeller. Five of the 10 past presidents were present, were presented corsages and honored. They were Mrs. Jay Graham, Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. F. C. Soderberg, Mrs. Dean Andrews and Mrs. J. L. Miller. Charter members of the society were also recognized. Those present were Mesdames Jay Graham, C.B. Chipman,G.H. McMullen, Gladys Hawcott, M.O. Richards, Ray McWhorter, Walter Campney andF.C. Soderberg. Also recognized and presented corsages were the present president, Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and the pastor's wife, Mrs. Merlin Davies. A colored film, "Portrait of a Woman," shown by Frank Ryerson, climaxed the evening's program. Hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Fred Hilton, Walter Campney, Darrell Davies, Ralph Johnston and Bob Engstrom. Mrs. K. Sarchet presided at the coffee service. - o Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Lone Rock, left Friday to enjoy a week's fishing near Alexandria, Minn. Lester Steward and Jerome L. Shembab, Phoenix, Ariz., visited at the home of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward, Thursday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harms, Brenda and Rick, Pocohontas, spent Wednesday evening at the parental Jerry Wiener home. Tuesday guests of Mr. andMrs. F. C. Soderberg were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson, Dows. Mr. and. Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr. and family were Monday supper guests at the Dan Tietz home. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pankuk, Belmond, were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward. Mr. -Steward and Mrs. Pankuk are brother and sister. Members of the Past Matrons club will hold their first meeting of the fall at the home of Lefie McMullen, with Lulu Hawcott assisting hostess. Mr, and Mrs, Charles Runchey, Biggs, Calif., are visiting at the Etta Holdren and Wallace Hawcott homes, Mrs. Haward Batt entertained members of the J. D. Club at her home Thursday evening. SENECA Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson of Seneca and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown of Mason City visited Mrs. Nellie Thorsen of Rlngsted one day this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Albln Nelson of Tempe, Ariz., who are visiting in this area, also visited Mrs. Thorsen. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen and family were Sunday guests at the Erwin Nerems at Forest City. Mrs. Nerem was the former Donna Classon of Seneca. Maxine Meyer left Sunday to begin her teaching duties at the Stillwater, Minn, school system. She will teach third grade there and commute from Hudson. Maxine spent three weeks visiting her parents, the Frank Meyers, before embarking on a three week Nova Scotia field trip this summer. The tour also took them to Washington, D. C., New York and the World's Fair. From Maine they ferried to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Montreal, Canada. Tom Lynch, son of the Wayne Lynches, left last Friday with other Kossuth county 4-H'ersfor an educational tour of Washington, D. C. and other points of interest. Don and Howard Bollig, accompanied by J. Helinski of Bancroft, left Tuesday morning on a ten-day fishing trip to Red Lake, Canada. Victor Struecker, Ervin Votteler and Cecil Langerman are on a fishing trip near Ontario, Canada. Audrey Bergum, accompanied Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and Cathy Schadendorf of Lone Rock to Minneapolis where they heard the Beatles. Rachel Hurlburt, who has been employed in Minneapolis during the summer, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden and children were last Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Madden's father, John Kingston of Armstrong. Other guests included his children and their families. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club took an active part in the Kossuth County Fair. The following members received awards: Rodney Jensen, Kathy Jensen, Steve Fischer, Tom Bergum, Eddie Bergum, Tom, Dick and Don Lynch, Randy Kabrick, Tim Lynch, Theresa Lynch, Dennis Wilberg, Chuck and Patty Parson, JoAnn Bernhard, John Nyman, Douglas Nyman, Arlin and Darrell Nyman. Recent visitors at the Curtis Olsen home included Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olsen and children, San Bernardino, Cal. They took their children who had spent the summer visiting their grandparents, the Curtis Olsen and Edwin Juhls of Estherville,home with them. Bob Butterfleld and little daughter of Minneapolis were recent dinner guests of the Lawrence Ullenswangs. Algona To Most Drakft Course Algona will be one of 22 communities participating in Drake University's off-campus tJniver- sity College classes this falL Registration for all courses will be at the first class session, the week of Sept. 13. All classes meet at 6:30 p.m. and will have 13 class sessions during the term. Three hours of graduate or undergraduate credit may be earned in each course. ALGONA - Education 127 Communication Skills in the Elementary school (A course designed to aid teachers in formulating objectives, teaching procedures and desirable outcomes in language and spelling.) Meets Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at high school. Instructor to be announced. MAIL 1907-19651 Some 58 years later a postcard postmarked Pleasantville, Iowa was delivered in Idaho. Common conclusion as to where it had been that many years Is that some distribution point enroute from Iowa to Idaho had been recently renovated and the card found in some crack or nook and was then sent to Idaho for delivery. 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