The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1965 · Page 2
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8-Algeno (Ic.) Upp*r DM MelnM Thurtday, October 21, 1965 a family gathering was held that evening. CLOTHING APPEAL Rev. Frank Haroey, contact person for this area, requests that clothes donated for the United Clothing Appeal lip brought to the Congregational church lie fore Oct. 20 if possible. Clothing should be boxed and labeled with the number of pounds and name and denomination of church. Receipts will lie found where 5011 leave the clothing and ten cents per pound for processing is requested. This is to lie paid to Rev. Harcey. Your sharing now will help ease the suffering of those in devastated areas. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Arthur Wiese observed a birthday anniversary Sunday and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruisman and family, Blalrsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson, Fenton. Other guests in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and Inez Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, LuVerne. - o - CLUB LUNCHEON Mrs. O. B. Hartnes and Mrs. Mel Bay were hostesses at Uie Wed. luncheon at Algona Country club Oct. 13. Winners were Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Delia Welter and Mrs. Mel Bay. The last luncheon will be Oct. 27. - o - M & D CLUB Four Corners Mothers & Daughters club met Oct. 14 at the home of Ruth Arend, with Betty Fisher assisting. Roll call was answered by 26 members and three guests. Clara Drayton read a paper on Comments. Herlinda Kirsch, Sue Bjustrom, and Marguerite Kollasch conducted a closet and cupboard sale. This was the second meeting of the new club year. The first meeting was held at the home of Grace Bjustrom with a lesson on ceramics. - o - NEEDLE CLUB The " Needles and Pins club ritet Thursday with Mrs. Ray Johnson. BIRTHDAY COFFEE Mrs. Dean Taylor gave a coffee Friday morning in honor of Mrs. David Smith. It was a small group of friends and a birthday observance of Mrs. Smith. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. John Thuente attended the wedding Oct. 16 of Norma Thuente, Fort Atkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Thuente remained till Sunday with Mrs. Thuente's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lechtenberg, atFestina. Mrs. Thuente was hostess to her card club Oct. 19. - o - HAYRIDE HELD MYF of the Methodist church held a hayride and picnic at Call State Park Saturday. Hosts were Messrs and Mesdames Donald Jones, Lawrence Kees and Rex Taylor. - o - VISIT PLANNED The JYF of the Methodist church will visit the Hebrew Synagogue at Mason City, Oct. 23. Cars will leave the local church at 8:30 a. m. Mrs. Joe Tschetter is counselor. The group of young folk are seventh and eighth graders. - o - RALLY SET Young people of the First Baptist church are Inviting other groups from the Algona Council of Churches to a rally in their church Oct. 23, 7:15 to 10:15. A singspiration, lunch and a 60 minute film, "Seventeen," will constitute the program. A free-will offering will be received to defray expenses. - o - PLAN BREAKFAST Methodist W. S. C. . S. day of silence and sacrificial breakfast will be held Oct. 28. - o - SUPPER GUESTS Mrs. James Voigt's birthday was observed Wednesday and she and her family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gerdes. In further celebration, METHODIST W. S. C. S. Circles of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Oct. 21: Sept., Mrs. Clifford Teeter; Oct., Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr.; Nov., Mrs. Chester Schoby; Dec., Mrs. George Wolf; Jan., Mrs. Grace Jackman; Feb., Mrs. Leslie Faber; Mar., Mrs. Ray Potter; Apr., Mrs. Esther Hellwrg ; May, Mrs. Ed Hagg; June 1 and 2, Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom. NO HUNTING SIGNS at the Upper Des Moines Office U. P. W. MEETINGS Circles of the United Presbyterian Women will meet Oct. 21 as follows: A, Mrs. Halbert Long; B, Mrs. Antone Sorensen; C, Mrs. Alfred Schenck ; D, Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. - o - KNITTING CLUB Mrs. John McGuireentertained her knit and sew club Wednesday. - o - DINNER HOSTESS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell were dinner guests Friday evening of Mrs. Nina Wineman at Fairmont, Minn. It was an observance of the birthday of Mrs. Wineman and a few other guests were present. - o - LAYMEN'S DINNER The Protestant Laymen's banquet will be held in the Methodist church Oct. 26 at 6:30. Dr. Clarence Richardson, vice- president of Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, will be the guest speaker. Men of the Presbyterian church will be hosts along with a committee from the cooperating churches in the Algona Ministerial Union. Ladies of the Methodist church will serve the dinner. - o - BAPTIST WOMEN Women of the First Baptist church are meeting at the church Oct. 21, Hostesses are Mrs. Gary DeBoom and Mrs. Ed Bowman. - o - STORK SHOWER A stork shower was given Friday evening in the First Baptist church parlors for Mrs. Mack Carlson, wife of the pastor. Circle 1 were hostesses, with Mrs. Dale Laws and Mrs. William Geering, chairman and co-chairman. - o - BABY BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held Oct. 3 for Cheryl Theresa, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer, who was born Sept. 23 at St. Ann and weighed eight Ibs., two oz. Sponsors were Mrs. John Rudisill, Woden, and Edwin Weishaar. A family dinner was held which also celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Albert Weishaar, maternal grandmother. Other guests in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elbert and family of Whittemore. 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The senior Mr. Wicks, was Riiest of his son at the Father and son banquet at the First Lutheran church. MK. AND MRS. Don Trupke spent the weekend at Boone with Uie parents Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Trupke and Mrs. Amy Swain. The birthday of Mrs. DonTrupke was observed Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Karen and Kevin and Mrs. Hannah Trupke, Des Moines, joined the group. B.P.W. Week Algona B. P. W. club Is observing B. P. W. week, Oct. 17 to Oct. 23, with a series of events. Sally Christie, president, talked on K. L. G. A. Oct. 20 and a breakfast was held at Algona Hotel at 7 a. m. the same day. Oct. 23, members will tour Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. plant at 3 p. m. Anyone needing transportation should be at the hotel at 2:45 p. m. In Nurse Ceremony Betty Holt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt of Algona, Is among 143 sophomores In the U. of Iowa college of nursing to be honored Sunday, Oct. 24, with the traditional candelight capping ceremony. The ceremony precedes the beginning of practice assignments in University hospital for students. It costs $7,200 to get a loaded B-47 jet bomber off the runway. Algona FBLA Meeting Held The Algona chapter of The Future Business Leaders of America held a meeting Oct. 12. Mary Hannover was elected to the office of historian. The choice for junior representatives for the executive board was made and will be decided upon at the next meeting. Committees were made for the bulletin board committee and chose chairman for each month. New FBLA handbooks were issued for each member and they were discussed. Also, candy sales were discussed at various lengths along with Christmas wreath selling and the prospects for speakers at each meeting. Seoul Meeting Boy Scout troop #71 met Oct. 12 at the Methodist church. Fourteen members and four guests attended, plans were made for the study and practice of first aid. A membership drive is also underway. The troop has also been invited to attend a gun safety program put on by Troop #75 Oct. 27, Nov. 3 and Nov. 10. Attend Meeting Linda Hunt and Linda Buscher, as representatives of Girl Scouts of Algona, attended a planning board meeting at Mason city Oct. 16. Election of officers took place. Plans for conference and patrol leader workshop were also discussed. The next meeting will be Nov. 20. Mrs. Hunt took Jhe girls to Mason City. 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