The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1960
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Tellier, Burf, Stocks River ith Walleyes Burl —. Soon the anglers of Kossuth county can enjoy some good walleye fishing • without traveling to some far off lake to catch them. _ Frank Tellier, county conservation officer, announced that the conservation commission had stocked the Des Moines river in this area with 100,000 small walleye pike. Baccalaureate Set Baccalaureate services for the 29 graduating seniors will be held at the school auditorium at 8 p.m. Sunday, May 8. Rev. H. A: Smicjt of the Presbyterian church will give the address. Teen Hop Held Over 100 teenagers enjoyed the Teen Hop sponsbred by the Burt senior class Thursday evening Dance contests were held with several of the contestants winning records. Guest Day Friday The members of the WSCS will be hostesses at their Spring Guest Day at the church at 2 p.m. May 6. Mrs Estelle Hanson, Algona District, vice president, will be the guest speaker. Guests will be WSCS members from the Good Hope, Fenton, Algona and Le'dyard Methodist churches. Auxiliary Tea Members of the Burt V.F.W Auxiliary will be hostesses at a silver tea, honoring the Gold Star mothers of the community from 1:30 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, at the V.F.W. hall. The public is cordially invited to attend New Bride Honored Ruth Erickson, Algona, was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given recently at St. John's Lutheran church. A program of song and verse was presented with the following taking part: Vickie Koestler, Shirley Peter, Eunice Meyer, Dorothy Carripney, June Bierstedt, Lorraine .Campney, Bobby and Carolyni Madsbn.' ; .- ; Vickie Koestler was in charge of the guest book. ! ' The 'bride-to-be;' was '• .assisted in opening her 'many ( ; gifts by Judy Bowman, 'Janice, -, Dreyer and Linda ;Emoksi>n. ,j HpSBjs*"- were = the iMs$$&Tn&.*v<&e Koestler, RtehaTa^h^^a Campney, L.-V ; . ; Rf Riedel, Rudy Willrett, Jay Stevens, Fred and Darrell Davis, Carl Reynfiids, Bob Lovstad, Ralph . .BififStedt, 7ake Smith, ftay fievifte, 'B. E. Marlow, Harold and tawrettc'e Presthus, P. W. Marlow, StifflfiSr Parsons, Rudy Peter, Paul, Ar-< endt, Mike Arendt, Ray Westling, Herman Bussie and Julius Stedk- er. • Miss Erickson became the bride of Larry Dreyer of Burt on April 24., Honored At Banquet All new members taken into St. John's Lutheran church at Burt by either comfirmation. Of transfer from 1958-60 were 'Hen* ored at a 6:30 banquet /Sunday evening, sponsored by members of the Ladies Aid. ; : Group 1, Mrs Arnold Meyer prepared and served the meal. .'.••* '< . , ,->•'!'•'..••.-., ,' Also guests.were parents', 1 .husbands or wives of the new mem* bers and the various church officers. ' i Howard Batt, chairman of the Congregation; extended 'a .welcome to the honored guests!'and acted as master of ceremonies. A 'program presented includ ed piano selections by; Vickie Koestler, vocal duets .by .Bobby and Carolyn Madson ana "group singing. Pastor Arthur Schultz concluded the evening with a short talk. Attend Institute . • The Spring Institute of the A1-, gona Circuit' Lutheran . Sunday School Teachers was held Sunday at St. Luke's, Lutheran church at Fairville. Those attending from St John's, were Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Mrs'Lawrence Presthus, Mrs B. E. Miller, Mrs Lyle Fraser, Mrs Rudy Willrett, Sanda Schadendorf, Raymond Lavrenz, Jim Woltz and Pastor and Mrs Schultz. W.S.C.S. Committees The Executive Board of WSCS for the coming year met at the home of their president, Mrs Dean Andrews "Tuesday. Committees were set up to head the organization during the • next year. Those appointed to serve on the various committees were: Program committee, Hazel Teeter, Shirley "Lovstad, Genevieve Graham, Elsie Lockwood, Beth Miller and 'Lefie McMullen; finance, Edna Smith, Mary ,Jean Andrews, Rowena Ryerson, Elsie Lockwood, Georgia Holding, Ruby: Hinckley, Ada McFarland, Stella Geesman, Lydia Manus and Francis Sarchet. Membership, Jenny Riebhoff, Lorraine Campney, Ethel Smith id Helen Vogel; nominating- Tl£ Davis? (Lorraine Campney iw ™ Jhiriey Lovstad; local church ••Activities,' Georgia'Holding, Ruby ftinckley, Rowena Ryerson and Ed«a Smith. Spiritual life, Arleen Sairtek, §elh Millet and Florence Spear; parsonage and property, Mary Ssfchet, Mary Jean Carlson and OertrUde Ackermanj flowers, Lefie McMullen, Hazel Larson, Marilyn Johnson and Mary Beth Hamilton. Supplies, Gladys Hawcott, Irma Doege, Myrtle Zwiefel and Esther Schradcr; publications, Lulu Hawcott W&mari's Club Met The Burt Woman's club held its last meeting of the club year at the'home of Mrs Russell Patterson Monday evening. Elsie Lockwood reviewed a book and modeled the" dress she sewed and modeled at the Vogue Dress contest at Ames. ; 1 .Mr and Mrs T. L. Ryerson showed colored slides. The annualWoman's club May Day Tea will be held at the Presbyterian church at . 4 p.m. May 9. GUests will be the senior girls of Burt high school. Assisting hostesses at Monday's meeting were Elna Boettcher and Evna Baars. Fidelia Class Members' of tne Fidelis Class met at the home of Ethel Smith Wednesday. .Election of officers for the new church year was held, with the following members elected to lead the group: Lulu Hawcott, president, Ethel Smith, vice' president, Bertha Wallace, sec'y - treas. The group voted at this meeting to' purchase a new 50 Stai flag and" present it to the church. Jenny Riehboff was in charge of devotions and Georgia Holding had program. • The Francis Circle had its organizational meeting at the home of Mrs Ken Sarchet Wednesday. The program for "the new year was 'set .up. Officers who will head,the Francis Circle next- year are Francis Sarchet. Shirley Lovstad and Florence Spear/ X Sharon Johnson Wee/ Here of Mr and Mrs Jim ChHstenson, Whd is beginning his senior yeal mechanical engineering al towa State University, Ames, recently pledged PI Tau Sigma fraternity. Relative Passes Funeral services for Mrs Mayme Baker, Britt, who died Tuesdoy, May 3, 1960 Algbtia (fa.) Upper DM Metnefr-9 Mansrhlth and Lulu Ringsdorf, in California, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, nt the Titonka Methodist church, with Rev. Max Goldman officiating. Burial will be in the Titonka cemetery. Mrs Baker is the former Mayme Davidson, a cousin of C. B. Chipman, Bertha Burt persons attending were: Dorothy Becker, Naomi Junker- micr, Viola Becker, Evelyn An* BUS, Virginia Becker, Maxine Angus, Hilma Carlson and Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt. liiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiini S & L DAYS BEGIN MAY 4 . . . ' And Continue For 2 Big Weeks COME IN AND SHOP IN OUR MODEM STORE DURING THIS SALE - WE'RE LOADED WITH BARGAINS ---COATS - SHOES -DRSSSES- PLAY WEAR Mesdames Don Mitchell, Walter Lockwood, Lance' Riebhoff and Dean Andrews attended the annual North, Iowa Conference of the WSCS at Fort Dodge Friday. . • Mr and Mrs Aaron Hans and Mrs Art Lester of Lakota were guests Monday at the home of Mrs Lottie Isenberger. • Mrs Lee Pratt entertained 12 ladies at a dessert luncheon Friday honoring Verria Boettcher of Morrci Bay, Gal. ', L.' Tellier announced that c'lzaak >• Walton (sague had Sharon Lee Johnson became the bride of Charles E. Ostwald in a ceremony in First Methodist church here Apr. 24. The couple s. parents are Mrs Ruby Johnson of Algona and Mr and Mrs Theodore Ostwald, Fenton. Rev. Newton Coughenour officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of 100 guests. Mrs Newton Coughenour was organist and Darlene Skogstrom, soloist. The bride was escorted to the altar'by Wayne Elbert. Mrs Berdean Beardsley was matron of honor and Peggy Hardgrove, bridesmaid. Melvin Ostwald was best 'man and Stanley Nelson, groomsman. Joann Elbert was flower girl and Gary Kuntz, ring bearer. Paul Meador and Marvin Ostwald ushered: The bride wore a. gown of im- oorted tulle and chantilly lace. It had a scalloped neckline trimmed in seed pearls and irndes- cent sequins, bridal point sleeves and a colonial pouff peplum over a tiered skirt of lace and tulle ending in a chapel train. Her headpiece was a sweetheart lace cap trimmed in seed pearls and irridescent sequins from which fell a fingertip viel of imported illusion. Her gift from the bridegroom was a pair of cultured pear dew drop ear rings and she wore a family heirloom pearl pin on a jlue garter. Her flowers were red •oses. . A reception was held in the church parlors immediately fol- owing the ceremony. Phyliss Hardgrove registered the guests and Mrs J. V. Hardgrove cut the cake. Mrs Wayne Elbert & Van- eice Meador poured. Cheryl Wagner was in charge of the gifts and Phyliss Hardgrove and Phylis Metzen were waitresses. The bride is <a graduate of Algona high school and attended Fort Dodge business college. She was a polio victim in early childhood and formerly spent several years in a wheel chair. The bridegroom is a graduate of Whittemore high school and is employed at the Tri-County Co-op Drying Association at Whittemore. , ,,.'.. The couple had a wedding trip of several days in the Ozarks and since May 1 are at home in Algona. (Missal Photo — UDM Engraving). 4 , Kossuth; r cbunty ; , These •were '^planted .this past- week. ^^ COUNTLESS VALUES. DON'T FORGET Pledges Honor Frat At Ames Burt — David Christensen, sor Purchase them during S & L Days at GIGANTIC SAVINGS. TAKE A LOOK AT THE NEW FALCON Ford's compact car will be displayed In our store from May 2 through May 7. Look It over while you're in our store shopping during S & L Days. The Falcon,is being displayed as a preview to the big '•.'-* * i * T^. ' 'falcon tudof 9«dart '' ALGONA AUTO SHOW - MAY S&L STORE ALGONA DUNCAN'S CENTER OPEN HOUSE Come One - Come All FRIDAY 7:30 A.M. To 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY 7:30 A.M. To 7:30 P.M. SUNDAY 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. ( FREE DOOR PRIZES FREE You Do Not Have To Be Here F or The Drawing Sunday Evening ' „, _«—, *- , . '- ! Our Annual Plants Will Be On Display As Well As The Most Complete Stock Of Seeds, Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Hedges, Leaf Plants, Rose Bushes, Garden Aids, Fertilizers, Bedding Plants, Evergreens, Flowering Plants, and iver Se Many Items For Mother's Day Qifts, DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER CHRISCHILLES ST ORE For Your Mother, you'll want a QUALITY GIFT - One that has the stamp of your good taste and discrimination. Such a gift comes naturally from the store where "QUALITY IS A TRADITION" Proportioned-Ienglh slip of opaque nylon tricot.., lovely lace bouquets on luminous pearl colors She'll love these lovely slips. Only $5.98 "THI ALGONA NURSERY" Mile East end 1 Mile North Of Algona Phone CY 4-4913 FINE HOSIERY By BERKSHIRE We hgve found from experience, that Berkshire hose meet the exacting tastes of more women of fashion than any other brand. You'll be safe to give "HER" two pair. In all 1 sizes, lengths, colors and prices from $1.35 up. •77&7?MMMMtfJJMW/tftfWWWMMM/W"M//////, SMART GLOVES By FOWNES We stock this famous brand because the name of Fownes is well known and well thought of. You'll find a large selection of "sure-to- please" gloves here. INDIVIDUAL PURSES Purses is our middle name. You'll find the greatest stock we've ever shown here right now — just in time to give "HER" the gift that's sure to please. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIiilJUitllllH

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