The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 10, 1960
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(la.) Upper DM Mdtatt Tuesday, May 10, 1960 FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY ^^^*^^^^^_ __^^*^**^^ PITTSBURGH SUN-PROOF HOUSE PAINT :*">/v NOW ONLY JUm •» .. »\\> white and ready mixed body colors PER GALLON CULLEN HARDWARE Algona 10 E. State PITTSBURGH PAINTS V^s|^^| local Career Agent To Attend ••^>.^ mm ig60 STATE FARM OLYMPIC CONVENTION Denver, Colorado t)unng the past year this "man has distinguished himself as a top family insurance agent in America. His service to his policyholders and his underwriting pi insurance was outstanding. John Hayes IIAII MMM Harold Sundst STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Hem* Office: lloomington, Illinois DISTRICT MANAGER *********************** How To Be Your Own Weather Forecaster How Far Is A Storm? JUDGE THE DISTANCE OF A STORM BY TIMING HOW LONG IT TAKES FOR THUNDER TO REACH YOU AFTER LIGHTNING. 5 SECONDS EQUALS ONE MILE. Your Financial Weatherman Predicts Clear in a financial way, that is, if you have money stored away in a growing savings account here. So while you are making money, put some of it away for future days when your earning power may be a little 'Weather- beaten'. And remember, our regular interest dis'idcnds add still more to your account and pay you a reward for your thrift. Planned Dividend Rate Now In Effect OME FEDERAL SAVINGS § WAN AS$!N. Bride-To-Be Gets Shower Honors, LuVerne LuVei-ne — Miss baarol Wittmeier, bride-elect was the honored guest at a pro-nuptial shower held in the rooms of the LuVerne Zion Lutheran church at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1. Hostesses were Mrs Albert Nielson. Britt, Mrs Fay Harmon, Mrs Harold Ristau, aunts and Mrs Merrill Hefty, cousin. LuVernr.-. The bride's chosen colors pink, brlie and white were user' in the room decorations and on the umbrella that graced the gift and tea table. Mrs Albert Nielson and Mrs- Jerry Nielson had charge of i program. They presentee: Sharon Heinkel who sang solo "If Dreams Come True" Mr? Albert Nielson gave an appropriate reading and games were played. Assisting the bride-elect with opening her many gifts were MisF Lola Wood of Woden, friend, hci cousin Carol Ristau and sister Kathy Wittmeier. The hostesse.- presented Miss Sharol with ,• corsage of white carnations tied with pink ribbon. Miss Witlmeier will be marnec 1 to James A.'Hefti, son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Hefti, LuVerne in a 7:30 p.m. service, Saturday, June 4, in the LuVerne Zion Evangelical Lutheran church. Presents Music Pupils Mrs Worthie Usher presented her piano class in a recital 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, in the Lu- Verne Methodist church. The class consists of Suzie Blake. Linda Nelson, Connie Sanford. Gretchen Zentner, Kristine Hanselman. Mary Hanselman, Rita Patterson, Diane Patterson and Dale Fredericks of Livermore. Bridge Club Hostess The Bid 'N Bye Bridge club were evening guests in the Mrs Bertie C. Ramus home. Guest players were Mrs Hugh Shirk, Mrs Harry Lichty and Mrs Duane Neal. At two tables in play high, Mrs William Prior, second high, Mrs Neal'. Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr. went to Dayton to attend a school and inspection night of the Order of Eastern Stars. Weekend guests in the Phil C. Henderson home, .were ....their daughter, Marcella, the : -Robert Sui-by family of Waterloo. Mrs Surby brought a decorated cake to honor the birthday of her father who was 66 years old May 3. Mr Henderson, who is not in the best of health is favorable at this writing. Miss LeOta Ann Voss was r weekend guests of her friend Miss Martha Schaper in Britt Mr and Mrs Garvin Rolland family of Bode visited Saturday evening with friends, the RobeH Barber family . Mr and Mrs Dale St. John family of Fort Dodge visited Saturday in the parental William Hedrick home. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber anr boys were Sunday afternoon visitors with her cousin the Loren Schipull family at Renwick. Guests Sunday in the home o' the Rev. and Mrs Worthie Ushei and family were Mr and Mrs Stanley Larsen, Mr and Mrs Tom Hamilton, Lauri and Tom, Mr and Mrs Howard Scarey, Garth, Mr and Mrs Marvin Grebe, Mr and Mrs Glen Lundgren. Mr and Mrs Mervin Wickersheim, Esthcrville Mrs O. R. Gardner and Kenneth Harding, grandmother and fath er of Mrs Usher. Wednesday evening clinnei guests in the Rev. Worthie Usher home were the dislric' superintendent. Dr. and Mrs L H. Preul of Algona. Mrs Eldon Marty and children of Waltham, Minn, came Sunday for a week visit with the Edwin Marty family and her parents, Mr and Mrs C. O. McClcl- lans, the Edwin Martys and Mrs Henry Kubley drove up to brinp them here. Mrs Sam Hanks, Los Angeles. Calif, has arrived for a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs William Hedrick. Mi- Hanks accompanied here as fui as Indianapolis, Indiana where he goes in the interests of the midget car races. Guests Sunday evening at tin Don Miller farm home for a picnic supper were her father Henry Kueck, Lone Rock and her sisters, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen of Clarion and Mrs Everett Mittag and Kevin of Ucs Moines. Mrs Don Miller visited in Bode Wednesday with friends, Mr and Mrs Edward Behnkendorf family. Mrs Jessie Sanford returned Tuesday .after a ten day visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs Otto Satter at Clear Lake. County Civil Defense Unit Organization Is Completed BEAVEH An eager beaver left the haunts of a stream near Postville recently and made a visit to town. He was unable to eope with the strange surroundings and aetivitjes and became the sudden victim of ^a car. The beaver \\cightd over 30'puuudi. Premier Nikita Khrushchev's latest oral blast at the United States, offered during a speech in the -Kremlin Thursday after the Russians had shot down a U.S. weather observation plane, came only two days after Operation Alert for I960 in Civil Defense got underway in this country and served to spotlight the • importance of Civilian Defense, j even in Kossuth county. County Civil Defense Director Wood of Algona, although not wanting to be an alarmist, stressed that it might be "latei than we think." There are actually 27 departments in the county organization. Mel Bay, Algona, is deputy director under Wood and others serving at the head of departments include" Leo Immerfall, Al Boekelman, Ira Kohl, H. M. Smith, T. J. Palmer, Ralph Lindhorst, Don Wood. Jack Evans, Rev. James Boyd, Helen Huber, Dave Smith, Gordon Winkel. Russ Buchanan, Gordon rlall, Ed Gilmore, Eugene McMahon, Si Roth, Herb Hedlund. Ken Peirce and the Iowa State Employment office, selective service office, ministerial association, county and city school systems and the Kossuth Medical Association. One main link between Mr and Mrs Kossuth County and their children and Civil Defense, if f. nuclear attack should occur would be Conclrad radio, which is beamed from 640 and 1240 kilocycles occasionally as it wa? last Tuesday. For this reason it is a good idea for every fam ily to have a battery-powered radio, in working condition, on hand at all times, in addition to a good supply of canned foods, canned water, first aid kit and other supplies in sealed containers. While bomb shelters are advised for everyone, it is probable unless a bomb hit near this vicinity, that an air-tight basement would serve as home for all of us for several days until the amount of fallout receded so i 4 was safe to come out of hiding again. Residents Are Hospitalized St. Joe — Mrs Harold Friders entered St. Joseph's hospital at Fort Dodge Monday for medical aid. Sister M. Augustine. 3rd and 4th grade teacher in St. Joseph's school, was taken to St Ann hospital, Algona, Monday morning and later the same day taken to Xavter hospital, Dubuquey by ambulance for medical aid. KCs Met Knights of Columbus met May 4 for their regular monthly meeting, with grand knight Francis Erpelding presiding. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, chaplain gave a talk. Sunday, May 29, is K. C. communion Sunday. In charge of lunch at the past meeting were Bob Kirsch, Richard Kohlhaas, Harold Reding, Peter Becker, Alfred Thilges and Eugene Mertz. John Origer received the attendance prize. C. D of A will hold their regular meeting May 11 at 8 p.m. Election of officers for the coming year will be the main business at the meeting. Nominating committee selected at the April meeting are Florence Altman, Mrs Joe Sinnwell and Mrs Nicholas Weydert. ship, character and need receive $320 each. Chuck is a senior at Garrigan high school in Algona and plans' to attend Creighton in Omaha this fall. 2 New Boys A boy was born to Mr and Mrs Victor Youngwirth at St Ann hospital, Algona, Wednesday. They now have a family of two sons and two daughters A nine pound son was born May 3 in the Britt hospital to Mr and Mrs Dale Dprnbier, who now have a family of six son; and two daughters. Mrs Dorn bier is the former Rosemary Studer, daughter of the August Studcrs. The Clarence Dornbiers are the paternal grandparents. The infant has been named Derwin. Breakfast to be served by a committee June 19. Eighty-one, women have joined the organization. Mrs Lawrence Govern of Titonka who with her husband spent two months last fall with his relatives in Ireland gave a talk. She also' showed a collection of articles from there. Lunch was served by Circle .3 Hospitalized Emma Studer had the toes ot her right foot amputated at St. Ann hospital Friday, May 6. Mrs Ben G. Studer was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona, May 2, following a light stroke. Mrs Arnold Lallier was taken to University hospital, Iowa City, last week. Mrs Tony Becker entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mrs Louise Thul and Mrs Martin Wabba as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs E. J. Gales, Mrs John Thul and Mrs Louise Ihul. Mrs Alphonse Berle entertains the club May 19. Ex-Wesleyan Named Winner Of Scholarship Wesley — Chuck Hcinen, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Heinen, of Algona, formerly of Wesley, was chosen as one of 13 state winners of a Farm Bureau scholarship. Chuck was chosen earlier n.- one of the two winners from each county. The scholarship program is conducted each year by Iowa Farm Bureau women as <•> state project. The young people- chosen on the basis of scholar- M. & D. Banquet The C.D.A. Mother - Daughter luncheon was held May 3. Pauline Pfeffer, grand regent, wa. c toastmistress. Following the luncheon a program was presented. Father Conway said grace; Father Buckholz, welcome all sang several hymns; Jeannim- Ackerson gave the tribute to mothers; Mrs Viola Studer gave "A Mother's Prayer"; Mary Eis enbacher sang "Ave Maria;" Wil- helrnina Hughes gave a reading Alvina Mayer gave a talk o; France, where she lives; Mr. Josie Gouge, her daughter, Mn Marjorie Becker and her daughter, Mary Jo Becker sang; Rev Kelm of Milford gave "A Tribute to Mary;" Mary Jo Becker sanf, "Saint Bernadette." Other guests were Rev. Rise o St. Benedict, Rev. O'Toole o' Corwith, Miss Elizabeth Priesl Grand Regent of St. Benedic and her vice regent, Mrs Romai Thill. ChrisJian Mothers Christian Mothers met May 4 in St. Joseph's parish hall. Plans were made for a Father's Day POWER *° \ STAMD This year, go for the really big yield. . plant DEKALB HYBRIDS. See for yourself the difference DEKALB "YIELD POWEH" can make in your corn field and your pocket book, Eug«ne Hood, Algona, Iowa Alphom tart*, Bode, Iowa Frank Droessler, Bancroft, Iowa far) fItort, WhiHemore, Iowa -x H«*t«r Matthiesen, tottton, towa -> Auxiliary To Elect The American Legion Auxiliary held its their regular meeting May 5. Helen Johnson, Poppy chairman, reported that poppies would be ,sold May 27 and 20. Myrtle Lease gave a report on the Legion and Auxiliary spring conference held Apr. 30 at Humboldt. Nyla Newbrough. president, appointed Myrtle Lease, Eileen Johnson and Rita Youngwirth as a nominating committee for the election of officers which will be held at the June meeting. Members are asked to contribute their Butternut coffee strips. Bernice Vitzthum and Mildred F. Studer served lunch. W.S.C.S. Elects WSCS met May 4 at the Mcth- 'odist church with Mesdames Mike Flom, Curtis Quinn, Carl Johnson, Merle Rasmussen and P. C. Haynes. Mrs Paul Erdman was elected president; Mrs Herman Wise, vice president; Mrs Harold Price, secretary; Mrs R. E. Newbrough, treasurer. Secretaries of departments were Mesdames Robert Jones, H. E. Hemmingsen, Richard Smith, Glenn Gabriclson, Otto Henderson, Gco. Detmering, Luther Nygaard Richard Madsen, W. R. Smith and Miss Kathryn Hauptly. Names were drawn for three circles. Mr and Mrs Boyd Loveless and family were May 1 guests in the Sidney Endreland home at Thompson and celebrated April and May birthdays. Excavation began last week for the Bill Koppen basement house, just west of the parental, Lawrence Koppen house. Mi;s Alf Studer accompanied her sister-in-law, Mrs Steve Huber and Chuck to Des Moines May 2. She visited her son Don Studer and family. Mrs John Penning entered the Britt hospital Thursday where on Friday morning she had sur- Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly and Mr and Mrs Harry Eischen and sons were May 1 callers at the Melvin Arndorfer home near St. Benedict. They made the acquaintance of Lori Ann Arndorfer, who was born Apr. 12. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Htm, [». T. (RptrUM _ For flrst time science has found n new healing ftubslancc with the astnn- .Uhing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve B«in — without nurffcry. In case aft«r case, while (rently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Moat amazing of all-results wer* •• thorough tb«t •ulTerpr»> astonishing stalementa like "PtlM have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing iul»- »tnhcc (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance ia now available in »ti/>7>o»itor]/ or ointment form under the nnme Preparation H.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. ••«. tl. ft. Pat. (ML Wins Cedar Chest Helen Lickteig, daughter of the Albert Lickteigs, was lucky winner of a Lane cedar chest at the party sponsored by the Foster Furniture store in Algona, Apr. 25. Music Results The Mixed Chorus and the band of the Corwith-Wesley community school received a Div. 2 rating at the State music contest held at Gilmore City Apr. 29. In the mixed chorus there were 18 entries and only three received I ratings. In nine band units only three received I ratings. The vocal music program scheduled for May 6 has been changed to May 18. Graduation Set Graduation exercises will be held in the Corwith - Wesley Community school at Corwith Friday evening, May 20. Relatives Dies Mrs Harold Weber accompanied her brother, Clarence Seimer of Algona and their sistcr- .n-law, Mrs Lee Seimer of Britt .o Waterloo Wednesday morning, where they attended the funeral of their uncle, William Hageman, 86. Mr'Hageman was a brother of Mrs Louisa Seimer of Algona. formerly of Wesley. Mrs Carl Froehlich visited her nother, Mrs Francis Siepmann in Des Moines Friday and Satur- lay. Darlene Studer and Patty loetz completed a beauty course it Mason City recently. 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