The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1965
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Wesley Banker Home From Colorado Trip WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Klein returned recently from a week's visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Baker and two sons in Denver, Colorado. They visited Ronnie Newbrough, a patient at the Craig Rehabilitation Center in Denver, who suffered a broken back in a helicopter crash several months ago. He is slowly regaining the use of his legs. Mr. and Mrs. Newbrough and three daughters moved several years ago from Wesley to Durango, Colo. - o - FIRE TRUCK RIDE Ethel Flom and her thirty- five kindergarten pupils at Corwith enjoyed a ride on the fire truck at Corwith Oct. 7. Ben Widen, fire chief, drove the truck. Five of the pupils are from the Wesley vicinity. The local kindergarten kids are to be given rides here on Oct. 27. Smoke)- Bear will be a special guest. - o - K. Av H. MEETING The 35th annual meeting of the K. k H. Cooperative Oil Co. was held in the Titonka high school gym Tuesday evening, Oct. 26 at 8 o'clock. - o - PRE-NUPT1AL HONORS Shervl Harr, daughter ot Mrs, Maurine Harr was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Monday evening Oct. 18 in the local Methodist church. Hostesses were Opal Nygaard, Gladys Detmering, Kate Flom, Dorothy Henderson and Marvel Nygaard. Miss Harr is employed in the selective service in Algona. She was married Saturday, Oct. 23, Ronald Muller Of Algona Is In Navy Thin-winy rtlttamv"! Al0onci (In.) Upper DM A farewell party honoring Ronald Muller, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muller, Algona, who enlisted in the U. S. Navy recently, was held at the Muller home Oct. 17. Among those attending were his grandmothers, Mrs. Anna Muller and Mrs. Anna Pfeffer; Msrs. and Mesdames Marvin Eischen, Bob Witham, Gary Green and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeffer and Nonna, John Pfeffer, Henrietta Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Gaedke, Alan and Linda, Dave Seiler, Don King, Greg Arrowood, Kay Ann and David Heinen, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pfeffer and Linda, Linda Lien, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres, Gene, Debbie and Judy Abbas. Ronald enlisted for four years and reported to Great Lakes Naval Training Center, HI. He is a 1964 graduate of Algona high school and had been employed at the Weidenhoff Corp. here. to Richard Thul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul of St. Joe in St. Cecelia's church at Algona. - o Minnie Frimml entertained her DlCKYd DAISY DADDYs BEEN ORINKIN6 UP OUR Folk* of all o0« n**d - and Ilk* Milk, ferv* It with »v»ry m*d. brl<lKP Oct. 21. Mrs. H. I'. I'" 1 "' 1 ' *'" lmvo " rani |>:iHy Tlnnwlay nftcriionii Nov. 4. Mrs. Klinor Domain ontor- talned her contract lirld^ 1 Hub Wednesday ovonliiK Oct. 20. Mrs. Justine Becker and Mrs. Viola Studer were guests. Mrs. Frank Bleich will have the next party. The Neighlxirhood Birtliday Club met with Mrs. Herman Bode Monday, Oct. 25, honoring her birthday and that of Mrs. John Paulson. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening, Nov. 3. Members are to have a display of hobbies and handmade gifts. Mrs. Justine Becker visited her brother, Nick Bormann and wife of Livermore, Monday Oct. 18. Tu««doy, October 26, 1965 Lu Verne school wins state safety award Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Discher, Anna and Ethel Flom spent the Oct. 17 weekend in the Dr. Paul Warner home at St. Cloud, Minn. Ethel Flom spent the Oct. 24 weekend with the Ted Rlnden family at Joyce, Iowa. Mesdames Geo. Seaberg, Bob Bolenus, J. P. Hauptman, L. L. Lease, Joe Skow, Geo. Lickteig, Cliff Anfinson, Lester Larson, and Edna Wubben took the 8- hour driver's course at Improvement Course at Algona Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson of Woodstock, 111. spent two days Lu Verne High School wag among the top winners of traffic safety awards presented Friday at a gathering of more than 100 teenagers at an Iowa State Traffic Safety •""•inference. The Lu Verne School was among the four winners of the first annual governor's awards for traffic safety promotion activities. It received its recpgni- tion for sponsorship of a community conference for better driving. last week with his sister, Mrs. Jessie Sheridan who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. L. T. Root and family. CO-OPERATIVES HELP BUILD Better Communities Co-operatives pay a large share of the taxes which flow into school improvements and other public services for the betterment of community life. Jn some Nebraska communities, cooperatives are the largest source of tax funds. The payment of taxes is a responsibility which co-operatives are proud to share with all other businesses in your community. ' '* • • * BUM CO-OP ELEVATOR Rona | d J urg en» FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode . R. I. Math-son, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schultz, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO R . w . Jorg . B , ( Mgf . T.TONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR lmk ^ ^ FARMERS ELEVATOR CO, Swea City . ^ p.,.,,, Mgr . FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR «.„„., .RV.NGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR ....... E . ,. , mm , rfa||/ ^ LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE i ~ . vr tACHANGE — Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr,

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