The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1960 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1960
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TolnghamLake -Lutheran W.M.P, met Wednesday after- noori Ih the church parldfs with Mrs Cletis-pundeftmark and Mrs ^ Roy~Eflbd«on' as hostesses. * Some \ of the ladies will go Apt. 2ff-to>Irigham Lake Bible camp, heat" Walllngf&fd to help house clean the cabins, ,'>fhe ladies have completed the 1 sew'ihg of two layettes which wil be sent overseas. -, The Mothers Day program wil be May 4, beginning at 2l30. Mrs Oliver Kinseth is chairman. Mrs 6scar Oppedahl and- Mrs Carrol Olson are, on the program com mittee. < •' ' Mrs Melvlft fillingson and Mr U. J. Nielsen , gave 4 report on the convention held at 'Badger Mrs Loren Daniel had .the les son. Mrs Merle 'Holt told abdu the new Lutheran college beim established in palifornia. Mrs Essie Cooper, accompanies by Mrs "Roy Telford and Mrs E - Zinnel, visited Mr" and Mrs Archie Hansen at Spirit Lake Thursday. •.AJJIIUIIBG U^l, MS* «»*%*. r *TJ Redlfig received prizes, Mr» and Mrs .Redlftg tied Apt, 26, iflSO i . church and lived on .their faffA 4 miles ft&ftheast'bf SU-tfoe till moving to St, Joe. ,' ' .'* ->< tfhey ate 1 pkfefti* of fifrs'H&frf old ^riders, MfV 06ftaid-tll& Si* let M. Madeline US.* 5 ., CamKfl&! Marvin, Mautltf'ahd 0ortaW{ and Belfnef 'aftd gdWard, Algohfl. C, t>, A. Mef"' ~'. C. D. of A. held their regular 1 meeting Wednesday evehlng with Mary Jane Qriger, grand regeht, presiding. - Nominating commit tee 1 for election of officers aY Mrs Joe Sinnwell, Mrs! Nicholas Weydert Httd Miss Florence Altman. Election of. officers will be held May 11. Mother-Daughter UN Alfred, Mf ted Mf« «^» >«'/,£? * fearents* $F a daughter born Apr, ift,,'Si,.Ann Hospital. ,T>il itlle . . , hat 10 sisters aftd 3 Mr arid Mrs .John Thul tt» , M,!... ^ ftdhtttt FHil tieal patient tot 8 son of M* was « h<«< SUTHlwcU MMMCII* **i WOT •*"«* j, $t§rtRd CtrrilS hbnie Oft Sllndaf. -Mf and Mrs Cfeorie Botfnatifl id to theif hotsie at Alta Tuesday visiting Relatives ina.MefitJs he^e several days, evenlffs they attended a aihfier a't the home of Mr fS Howard- Borfnann and faiftli . Mr Wd Mf«, Maurice ftedltig ST. JOE , ; St. Joe — Mr and Mrs John B. Reding observed their 40th wedding anniversary Wednesday,' Apr. 20,' With their children as hosts at a surprise social evening held in :the«K. ,C. hall, with 85 relatives and friends attending. The Honorees were presented several, plants and other gifts. ; The evening was spent pldying communion will be at the I o'clock Ma^s May li. Jane' Ofl ger, Mrs M. T. McGuire, Mrs Nick Bormann and Mrs Frank Bof- mann'expect, tcr attend the CDA State Convention to be held tit the Montrose Hotel, Cedar Rapids this Weekend. ' Prizes at cards were awarded to Mrs Ray Berte, Mrs Alvih Klein, .With Mrs Joe Sinnwell winning the plate prize'. Committee in Charge of the religious program and refreshments was composed of Mrs Peter Zeimet, Mrs, Henry Thilges, Mrs 'Phil Dangles'er,'Mrs Frank Bor- mahh, Mrs CletuS Sate, Mrs Anna Faber, Mrs Paul Thilges, Mrs Peter Becker, Mrs Milford Plathe and Alma Illg. . Two Newcomers Mr and Mrs Clctus Salz are carUs and socially. In 500, Mrs parents of a son born Apr. 15 al St. Ann hospital in Algona. This makes five boys in the 'Salz f am- 1 ily. Mrs Anna Faber is the maternal grandmother and Mr and Mrs Charles Salz of Whittemore are the paternal grandparents. in Embargo On Streets w.' -• .-'/•!-,-• ~ ••• x v, ^K"a^te:.v.'-^i.ii .' ,-ji^^^^i.^^^fr,-. ate having tfinfief guests irt their Herrie Sunday evening in jjbsef vanes of ihe flfst hely commun- I6fl of their triplet, daughters fem< Joan and Jane in St Jeraeflrt's chureh Sunday morning A&rlt 24. , -.Mr 1 and MM Will firpeldin'g an family will- be 1 dlfther guests i the Phil Oangleser home Sunday evening In dbsefVande of the firs holy,. cbrrtfflUfliori of Stephei Danglesei 4 Sunday morning m St Joseph's Catholic church. Mrs Johft T'hul entertained he 500 club Tuesday witty Mrs Jon B. Reding, Margaret Reldmiller and Mrs- E. J. Gales receiving prizes. Mrs Donald Reding entertained her 500 club with four new members joiriing the group. Three of the 1 new members'received prizer and they were Mrs Greg Origer. Mrs Roger Thul and Mrs Leonard Studer. Mrs Vernon Berte is-the fourth new member. Mr and Mrs Willie Becker were honored by their former neighbors Monday evening in the home-of Mr and Mrs Bud Kutschara for a'surprise social gath- •WESLEY §y Mri. Stutter Tuesday, April (la.) tio'n in Cedar Rapids Friday SntiifdlSy' and Sunday. Aline Martlnek of Boone spent the Easter weekend with her brother Harold MartinCk and family and the Will Martineks. IF if'S NEWS. WE WANT IT We Wish To For Attending Our Open House Last Week. TO THOSEyOF IfOU WHO WlERPBUSY IN THE FIElD AND COULDN'T ATTEND YOU ARE INVITED TO COME VISIT US WHEN YOU CAN Police Chief Al Boekelmaft id shown in the above photo as, he tapled one of the city's new embargo-signs to a post on North I SVre^beTng^ut up" of'practically all blacktopped streets n the"city g "r!tneffort Fo' keep damage to the driving surface at. a Ain Fromnow on, five tons will be the absolute load limit on streets posted and anyone exceeding _the limit will be arrested and prose- U e signs < will be installed", at least one to a block on each side of the street Within the next few days." The plan was put into effed, this year due to the extreme-beatihr the city s streets received as the Erbst came out of the ground. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). efln'g. Mr ahd Mrs Becker an<3 family moved Mar. 1 tc/ a farm, near St. Benedict and with their present neighbors, Mr and-Mrs Art Zeimet came to the Kuf;s ? chara home. Tile honorees were presented a. bedspread as a .remembrance gift. Others attending: vvere Mr and Mrs E, J. Kb'll- asch'j; Mr- and Mrs George (Wagner and John, Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding, Mr and Mrs Ben.'Thil- X\,GUlll6»' !»•*•* anv* ATA! o t-1^14. . —•-« -"i ges, Mr and'Mrs Mike Hofer, Mcj^na and, Mrs • Joel Reding, Mr an ' Mrs • Verriom Berte and • Mr tajfl.. Mrs Laurence Miller and Gary. Mr and Mrs Melvin Baas and fami'ly, employed' here as fartti help for Ralph Reding, moved to Algona where he is employed ;:Mr arid Mri 'Herman ;B'ue'ttner ancbfamily moved idoJihe''hbus'e f orivthe Tony i MrT&uet1?her is employ Seed Feed • Fertilizer • Hardware • Equipment Algona Flour & Feed Co. 205 S. PHILLIPS CY 4-2701 in Algona. The Mertz brothers are farming the land. Five More Sign BURT —- Five more' teachers have' signed contracts to return to the' Burt Community schoo for the next year. Signing con tracts are: Rhonda St. John, 3re grade; Bertha Newbrough, 6tl grade; Harley Hanson, shop; Raj Ihnen, commercial and coach and Maree Bohnson, homemak Ex-Resident, 84, Dies, Albert Lea Michael Francis Ferrigan, 84, a brother of Mrs -Kathryn Mahoney and Mrs Mary .Nelson, died Easter Sunday at Albert Lea, Minn, 3e was a former resident of Kossuth county, having, farmed a few years later in the Wesley area worked - for. Frank Mathes in Algona. I, He was born in 1876 at Marengo/Iowa, a;son of Stephen and Catherine Ferrigan. He never married. He moved to Kossuth county with his parents in 190L He later moved to Albert Lea and had' been • a resident in the <t3ood ; Samaritbn Rest Home there frior^to ;death.. _ -, .- -A BFuneral' services were held, in St. Theodore Catholic churcri at Albert Lea and burial was an the cemetery there. His sisters, and Minnie and Ada Schick attended the funeral, Wednesda> of last week, from here. Evangelical Free Missionary Society Win meet Apr. »i at.tne churcn witn MI'S ArVin Larson ana Mrs Cuff Artfinson. Craig Loeoig, wno is stationed at a iNiki site,, Wis., Bill LoeDig, who will finish his graduate work in hospital, administration,. at the university hospital, lowk City in June spent the Easter weeKtmd in tne parental Bill Loeoig hornii!. Bill Jr. was accompanied home by 1 ms fiancee Marge Schmitz of Council B'mffs wno will cbmpiete her nurses training at University hospital, Iowa City, in June. The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Ed Hynes Apr. 7 was bap- tiz"ed Apr. 17 m St. Joseph's Catholic church ahd named JOhh Nicholas. His uncle und aunt, Mr and Mrs Hubert Govern, were sponsors. Excavation was begun lasi week for three new, 3-bedroom ranch-type houses in the southeast part of town. The east one will be Al Loebigs, the west one Mrs Lulu Hanig, Irene and Eugene's and the center one Gayle Studers. - . Reese Martin took his daughter Carol to Des Moines Monday morning where she took the State exams for beauticians. He went on to Keosauqua to • visit his father and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and Marlene spent the Easter weekend in Omaha with the Mark Bodes. Mrs Herman Bode took the four nuns from St. Joseph's Convent to Rockwell City Apr. 18 where they spent the day. Rev. and Mrs Robert Jones left Apr. 19 for Fort Lupton, Colo, to attend funeral services for his uncle, Jack Smith. Mr and Mrs L L. Lease spent the Easter weekend in Rochester 'Minn, with their son Loren Lease and family. Mrs Pauline Pfeffer and Mr Mildred Arndorfer, Grand Regen and vice-regeht ' of the loca C.D.A.s, attended a state coriven ACT NOW to destroy crab- ernss completely—^rith this proven formula. Easy to apply with garden hose and sprayer attachment or Sprinkler can ... Easy as watering your lawn! . . . Also ctmtfoM many common lawn diseased BE SURE TO SEE US FIRST Q Package Garden Seeds 6 Bulk Garden Seeds • Lawn Seeds $ Fertilizer • Garden Tools Of All Kinds 0 Homko Lawn Mowers t CULLEN HARDWARE 10 E. State St. Swea & Eagle Fire Call Algona's firemen were called to the residence of Rev. Peter Stahl, relired Calholic priest, at 703 East North street at 9:30 a.m Monday. A filter in the furnace, evidently-full of lint, caught fire and filled the house with smoke Damage was very slight. \ WHEN YOU .BUY AS YOU DRIVE WHEN YOU TRADE Now e brand»new Rambler American ZrDoor Deluxe Sedan for as little as romnare and see.,, model for model, Rambler wapjs p . TBS * 'WE J^f^utwSww th? two 'argent msnuf^urefs com.WBsd! ^odel VQUII RAM«l,ER OBAUBR tMontWy piymsnts minulict^r'f ti tiiryd9lly«cri pries „ 36-month contract st (% Interast -" J ""-' J OpUon«l Last Tuesday evening, the kenneth Pattersons entertained in honor of their small daughter Susan's 5th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs George Patterson, Mr and Mrs Donald Patter&n and sons, Mrs Joe Zanke, great-grandmother, all of Burt: Mr and Mrs Francis Torino, Mi- arid Mrs Mancil Hurlburt and Tommy, Mr and Mrs Oscar,Peterson and Mr and Mrs Robert Har, ycy Easter guests at the August Robison home were Mr and Mrs Tony Lohse, Mr-and Mrs Clifford Beadle and family; Mr and Mrs Vcrn Mortcnson of Brownton, Minn. . Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thomp r son entertained Easter in honor of the 02nd anniversary of Mi and Mrs E, E. Thompson. Present were Mr and Mrs Gene Thompson, Mr and Mrs John Thompson and family, the E. t,. Thompsons and Lionel and Mr and Mrs Selmer Uhr. Mr and Mrs Orville Thorcson entertained the following at dinner on Easter; Mr and Mrs P, A. Holcomb, Mr and Mrs Otto Larsen, Mr and Mrs Harvey C. Larsen and family, Mr and Mrs Waiter -Goraczkowski and famUy Miss Karen Goraczkowski, home for the Easter vacation from Iowa State University, was also present. Mr' and Mrs Wallace Dawson and family were Easier guests aA the home of his sister, the Kenneth Hansons at Odin, Minn. Other guests there were the Walter Dawsons of Dunnell, Minn. Mrs Walter Goraczkowski, Mrs Wallace Dawson, Mrs Everett Thorson and Mrs Warrcm Drones attended a lecture Tuesday at the Methodist church at Algona Mr and Mrs Joe Preston arrived 'at Perry Apr.. 16 where the Maynard Jensens met them to' bring them home from a rwo month" visit in the west. The Prestpns report the birlh of :> Kraiyison Apr. 6 to Mr and Mre Keith Griffith. The lad weighed 8 pounds, 14Vz ounces and has been named Tommy Preston. The Griffiths have another son 9 years old. Easter guests at the Joe Pros tons were the Marvin Boevers and the Kenneth Andersons ol Estherville, John Kellys of Armstrong and the Roger Llndes Maynard Jensens, Jim Prestons Mr and Mrs Francis Torine spent jteste? with their daughter, the Bob Hwuus al Truer. PENNEY'S fROM FASHION CENTERS NORTH, EAST, WEST, SOUTHI AMERICA'S BIO NEWS PASHJONS COME TO ALGONA. Printed Cotton Voile. Half Sizes. Wash N' Wear Cotton Jacket Press. Junior Sizes. SchiffH embroidered cottons. Misses sizes. Printed dacron polyester. Mieses and half sizes. $10.95 $8.95 $12.95 $6.95 Bi 99e r than any 5 h* W 1684-.tore Penney', has ever staged before S« cottons In endla« vc.^. S e. c,ft e r-d«rk P rin» S and plains - in floaty nylon ch.ffons lavish cottons, rich Cupioni rayon lace. See breezy, easy-care fabr.cs - Arnel tri e «etote in •borkskin pr bl«nded with cotton, hand washable Bembera rayon S h!U irpn-inwbbioe nylon «nd more, more, more! Come earfy, come often! We'll keep the new buys coming. Misses', Junior, Women s and Half Sizes. CY 4-4630 7TT

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