The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1965 · Page 11
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12-Alqono iIcO Upper Des Moines Thurtdoy, Sept. 30, 196S Thompson, Pint,competedstud- ies at the Institute of Meiiic.il Technique in Minneapolis Sept. 21. Sept. 27, she l*>gan work as medical and X-ray tech. at the Medical Center, Miakopeo, Minn. One Will Be AHS Homecoming Queen NEWCOMERS Cl t'B Newcomers Club met Sept. 21 at 7:4T' at Hotel \kvna with Carole Thrani and Incrid Tlenn hostesses. Clara Wyatt waslurli at bridpe and Iris Hinton won at fiOO. Cindy Lonr. and,Tud\ Thornsen cave a talk ,>n their citizenship tour at \\ashincton, D. C. The membersexchangedrecipes. New members are Pea Pasler, Verna Rholck, Connie Blum, Gerry Howe, Loretta Poundstone, Delores Tenf wall, Carole Knit p, Linda Slierman and Pliyllis Georg. - p - HELD MEETING Kossuth County Real Estate Board met Sept. 21 at Van's Cafe. There was a discussion of business pertaining to ;e.d estate sales and management of real estate property within the county. The next regular meeting will be held Dec. 7 at Van's at which time the program will deal with taxes that affect (lie real estate broker. - o - SLUMBER PARTY Brenda Sjogren, Connie Jean Schultz, Linda Frederick and Kathy Morz gave a surprise goinp-away party Friday after the football game for Becky Fraser, who with her family will lie moving to Minneapolis. Twenty girls enjoyed a slumber party at the Rev. Morz home. - o - PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Charles Patterson entertained her bridge club Wednesday. - o - BIRTHDAY GUESTS Mrs. Lydia Wetzel observed a birthday anniversary Wednesday and had as guests that evening at cards Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld, Mrs. Emma Boettcher, Mrs. Elsie Bast, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. Irviu Wetzel and Roberta Hutzett. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. - o - COFFEE PARTY Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley gave a coffee Thursday for Mrs. Herbert Ostlind, Salem, Ore., cousin of Mrs. Fred Geigel. - o - ENTERTAIN GUESTS Mrs. Russell Cook gave a dinner Monday evening for Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Ostlind of Salem, Ore., who are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. - o - CIRCLE MEETING The Guild Circle of the Presbyterian church met Sept. 27 at 7:30 o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs. Elmer Cook and Mrs. Hazel Markovetz. ALGONA Mo*a* '>e.' «OM€COMIN(r ^ GAMC I ;. LAT€ SHOW v Come and See •* - 2 FUN HITS! ELVIS PRESLEY "FUN IN ACAPULCO" PLUS 2ND HIT "BEACH PARTY" With FRANKIE AVALON, ANNETTE FUNICELLO and BOB CUMMINGS DOORS OPEN 10:30 P.M. ALL SEATS - 90e WEEKLY I.fNCHFON Mis. Paul O\VPIIS and Mrs. Kin'iii N.ish were liostosscs at (lie l.iiiios liinrlir.in .it Alj:.nii;i C'Hintr\ Club Sept. 22. Wjnnrrs at In-iiipo vore Delia Wpltoi , Mrs. \\. 0. Irrlan and Mrs. Roland MR. AND MRS. Eugene Mur- tacli And Mrs. Geor^p Sefrit rr- tnnipd Tliursday after a \veok in New York City. They traveled by piano from Minneapolis and saw a number of stage plays and musicals in New York. - o - GULSTS LAST week of Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. William McMullins of Cedar Rapids. - o - JULIE ANN Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ROBERT GOECKE, A. R. H., who has boon stationed most of thp last three years at N. A. S. at Ppnsacola, Ela., sppnt tho last two wpfks DM IP.IVP in Al- tjona witli his pa routs, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Goorkp. HP loft for (IIP Phili|)pinps and will j;o aboard tlip airrraft rarrinr Coral Spa, whirh is opcratiiif; in the China Sna off Viet Nam. 4-H Meeting Tho Septembor meeting of tlic Whittemorf. 1 Hoys -1-H was railed to order by president John Winkp.1. A lar(.;p number of inton.'sted parents attended. .A talk was (jivi'ii by stove Detrick iiJid Dick Reiling gavn a report. Demonstrations were by Kevin O'Brien, Dean Baas, Dale Baas and Joe Haag. Hof;ur Hiemstra, extension assistant, presented a proposal to split the club but the. incmlwr leaders and parents decided against it. Lunch was served by O'Briens and Walkers. KITTY HAKDGROVE JUDY EGEL SUE MOULTON BARBARA MEDIN Algona high school's annual Homecoming v,lll be kicked off with a parade on State street tomorrow (Friday) after school, with the climax of the big event slated to l>e crowning of a Queen, one of the four girls shown here, and a North Central Conference football game between Algona's unbeaten Bulldogs and the rugged Clarion Cowboys. Game time is 7:45 p. m. All four Queen candidates are seniors and they were nominated by members of the local football squad. The Homecoming Queen will be determined by an election in the student body at the high school. Preceding the football game at the new Athletic Field, floats, which appear earlier in the parade, will be shown, a welcome given by Linn Taylor, response by Milt Butzke and Jane Geilenfeld, 1964 Homecoming Queen will then present the Queen candidates. The new Queen will then be crowned. Phil Taylor will serve as master of ceremonies. The high school band, under the direction of Russ Guster, will also present a fine halftime show at the game. The annual Homecoming Dance will be held after the game in the high school gym. CENTENARIAN Mrs. Anabel Wether ell, Stanwood, will be feted the end of this month there on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Shehaslived in Iowa since she was nine. <B«CMMNC. 7966 DODGE 7966 CHRYSLER Thursday & Friday, Sept. 30 • Oct. 1 "BB Dodga Coronet — All New—Roof to Ground, Bumper to Bumper ... the lively one! 'RR OB FJgjft — Join the Dodge Rebellion against cramped Compacts with a man sized Dart. iHanmca ~~ f" 18 you m uie Juxury class — now "* seda ns, station wagons, iwiuitm*-u hardtops and convertibles. 'BB OadgS Poland . — Everything's big about Polara but the price. JOIN US FOR COFFEE & DONUTS NEW YORKER NEWPORT 300 1966 IS CHRYSLER'S YEAR FOR YOUNG IDEAS . .. MAKE IT YOURS! DODGE i CHRYSLER PERCIVAL MOTORS SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA

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