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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 10, 1960
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(la.) Upper D«« Moirte* Tuesday, May 10, 1960 . AROUND ALGONA . Mrs Paul Deiiman is entertaining her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). •—o-— Mr and Mrs Eugene Murtagh and Mr and Mrs Victor Parsons are in Chicago attending business meetings. •—o— Df. and Mrs Ray Hobson and daughter. Alice. Marcus, spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson. Mrs Robert Munger has returned home from Fort Dodge where she was a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital. Future Homemakers chapter at Algona high school are entertaining their fathers at a banquet this even in 1 g (Tuesday) at the Annex. Mrs Joe Collier js chapter advisor. Dallas Foster, Fort Dodge, and Mrs W. A. Foster were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Wes Bartlett. -—-(")__ Mr and Mrs Max Ulrich, former residents nu\v of Oskaloos'a. -were overnight guests Friday'of Mr and Mrs Don Asa. _, Q Mr and Mrs Don West of Des Moines spent the weekend here with the hitter's mother, Mrs A. D. Lehmann. —_(")—_j_ Mr and Mrs Bob McCullough and Mauri and Bruce spent Mother's Day at Correetionville with Mrs McCullough's mother. —o— Mr and Mrs Harley Peters and two childien of Charles City spent the weekend here with Mrs Peter's parents, Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith. DRIES GRAIN FAST Circle, young mothers group of the Piesbytenan church, are meeting this evening (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs Haiiey Triiutman. Jr. Mr and Mrs Gordon Odor and son. Gordon, .spent Mother's Day at Rembrandt at a family .gathering ill the home o| Mr Odor's mother, Mrs Iva Odor. ..AND EVENLY TOO! Here is a batch dryer that's been engineered to put the right amount of heat and air through your grain uniformly. You dry grain fast and evenly, without parching or kernel damage. In a Butler dryer, the perforated grain-holding chambers have a 25 percent open area for easy air passage. And you get big 395-bushel capacity, belt elevator for fast, gentle loading-unloading, automatic controls, and many other unique Butler features. Yet the Butler dryer actually costs far less than you think. Stop by and get the details on how it can help you make money on every harvest. YOUR FUll-llNE HEADQUARTERS FOR BUTLER QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT BRADLEY BROS Algona, Iowa CY 4-2421 Lloyd Bohannon is a patient at Lutheran hospital at i^ort Dmlyr. He entered .last Tuesday for ti-sls and treatment and hopes to be i elcased the latter pail of the week. —o— Rev. Myron Brower will be official North Central Presbyteiy delegate to General Assembly, national meeting of the Presbyterian church at/ Cleveland, Ohio, May lfj-2/i. ' Q A picnic for new members of the Methodist church will be held Thin sclay. May 12. at 0 p.m. at the state park, weather permitting; otherwise it will be held in t'he church basement. c\ , Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley were in Des Moines recently to attend ceremonies in which their son-in- law, Myron Talcott, was tapped for Omicron Delta Kappa, national Men's honor fraternity for scholarship and leadership. •—o— Plum Creek Woman's Club will meet Wednesday afternoon, May 11 at the home 1 of Mrs John Scuff- liam. Mrs Ronald Gardner will give the opening number and Mrs Glen GabrieLson will give a book review. —o— Kiwanians are entertaining their Kweens at dinner Wednesday evening at the Algona Country Club. The program is in charge of John Hayes. Dr. M. G. Bourne will show pictures of his Japan Irip. Mrs John Dutlon was hostess to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. Mrs Henry Johannsen and Mrs Dorothy Ricken were guests. Prizes were received by Mrs Mabel Lee, Mrs Beecher Lane and Mrs Harold Hobson. __„ ()_„.._ Mariners club of the Presbyler- ian church will entertain the Youth Fellowship at a pot-luck supper Sunday evening at the church. Mr and Mrs Joe Skow, Mr and Mrs Bill Marshall and i Mr and Mrs Leon Martin are in charge. —o— Rev. Newlon Coughenour was elected to the board of directors at the Spiritual Mobilization meeting he attended in California last week. Rev. Coughenour ;t-n- joyed a visit with former Algona residents, Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle at Los Angeles airport. The Tuttles live in Pomona. Twenly-four members of the Presbyterian high school Youth Fellowship went to Parsons college at Fail-field Sunday. They visited the art gallery in Des Moines on the way, stayed in the college dorms and attended classes Monday. New officers have been elected for the fall year in the Youth Fellowship. Judy Gcr- ber has been named president, Kay Agena, vice president, Louise Skow, treasurer, and Barbara Reinclers, secretary. Don Hemmingsen relumed | Monday from Oitjuva, Canada where-he attended a board of (incctnrs meeting of the Nation'al Association of Soft ' Water Services. He went by jot plaint- from Omaha. Mrs S. A. Slater, Worth- itiKlun, Minn., mother of Mrs Hi iiiminusen, cariie Thursday fur a vi-U here. Bel Canto music club is having a ;;iif-t ii'a Wednesday afternoon a: Mule! Aluuna. The program, in cha'Ue of Mrs Newton Coughcn- ( .i:r and Mis C. D. Morck, Jr., will mcliidi- numbers by the Bel Canto ihun;.-, piano-organ selections by Mis ('oiighcnour and Mrs Rex Taylor, a duet by Mis Morck and \Villaid Snustad and a solo by Mi - II' ward Wohlers. The three local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi soroiity had their 1-nimdc-r's Day Banquet, Saturday Api-il :'.() at the V.K.VV. Mrs Pat l.iradlcy was foastmistress of the piu.niam. Jeanne Billyeu and Maiilyn P>ro\vn spoke for Alpha I'M chapter & Marsha Nelson and Deanne Douglas for Zeta Xi. The. Piilual uf Jewels ceremony was givt n fur Sherry Lluyd, Shirley \VeHoiidiirf and Barbara Schatt- sclmeidor of Alpha Psi chapter and Mary Ilia Krpelding. Opal Kei n.- Darlene Stephenson and Pii.-rnadine McDonuugh of Zela Xi. Gsven F.gel was given the Girl i,f the Year award tor Alpha Psi chapter and Sheila Xi. Ardi.-en Sampson of. Xi Xi chapter received the Order of the Ruse, given to members active tor 15 years ur more. Burt Band Queen RUTH HARMS of Burl, pictured above, has been named Miss Burt and will represent the Hurt High School band in the Queen Contest in conjunction with the North Iowa Band Festival, June 14. at Mason City. She is a senior, and has been very active in school affairs. Sentral Award Night Slated Next Monday Seneca — Final activities at Sentral high school include Baccalaureate services, which will be held Sunday evening, May 15, with Rev. Harlan Blockhus of the Seneca Lutheran church delivering the sermon. Rev. Harvey Walker of the Methodist church. Fenton, will read scripture and Rev. Clifford Nordine of Lone Rock will follow with prayer and will pronounce the final benediction. Mrs Warren Jones will play the processional and the recessional. Special music will include selections by the pirls glee club and a vocal solo by Susan Montgomery. Commencement speaker will be Mr Kenneth Wells, director of physical education at Ames high school.. _v Special music for this "event will include selections by the boys quartet, Paul Geit/.en- auer, Craig Blanchard, David Weber and Francis Lieb, also by the mixed chorus. The Sentral school band will play for the, processional. Award night will be held Monday evening, May "10, when all awards will be presented and the eighth grade graduates will receive their diplomas. Circles Of The W.S.C.S. Met At LuVerne LuVerne — Circles of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday as follows: Circle 1. with Mrs William Goetsch. Devotions, Mrs S. R. Baker, lesson, Mrs Earl Neul. Circle 2. with Mrs W. Raymond Legler. Devotions, .Myrtle Jordan. Old officers were re-elected. Old officers were re-elect- guest. Circle 3, with Mrs Allen Blake. Devotions and lesson, Mrs Jess Jergensen. The Evening Star Circle met Thursday evening with Mrs Dale Zentner assisted by Mrs Robert Barber. Devotions. Mrs Allyn Brink and lesson, Gertrude Galloway. A shower gift was presented to Miss Galloway, a bride- elect. Seneca Pupils Give Mother's Day Program Seneca — Mrs Carl Mnthoson prc'SCMiU-d the pupils of the third and fourth grades in a Mother's Day program, Tuesday afternoon, at the Seneca School gymnasium. Guests included parents and friends. Francinc Stefanski acted as mistress of ceremonies and announced the following program. after songs: Reading. Pamela Tippe; Skit— A Rainy Day. Fourth graders; Reading, Judy Bollig; Skit — Under The Old Umbrella, Donna Hansen and Leroy Hansen and a singing chorus. Reading, Pamela Kauffman; Reading, Francinc Stefanski; Rending. James Sullivan; Play — It Pays To Advertise. Third grade girls; Reading, Diana Salisbury. Reading, Jane Bollig; Reading. Terry Brekke: Play — Put-It-Off, Third grade pupils: Reading — Somebody's Mother, Mrs Mathc- son. Guests were invited to the dining room where the tables were decorated with spring flowers, colored parasol placeeards, and Jin original letter 1b each' mother. Cookies and coffeci were served to the adults and ice cream to the children . Guests included Mr and Mrs Robert Fortney and Mrs A. D. Fortney, Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen and Karol. Mr and Mrs Roy liinz and daughter, Mr and Mrs Mrs Donald Kennedy. Mrs Roy Klien. Mrs Tippe, Mrs Floyd Brekke and children, Mrs Kenneth Bollig and children, Mrs James Coyne and children, Mrs Carl Hansen. Mr and Mrs Clarence Men;:, Mrs Russel Kauffman. Mrs Claude Johnson and children, Mrs Floyd Salisbury, Bertha Olson, Carrie Jensen. Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mrs Andrew Stefanski. Mrs Charles Osborn, Mrs Edith Cage, Mrs Carl Duer, Mrs Francis Sullivan and children, Mrs Woodrow Kracht. Mrs Arthur Bergum and Mrs Henry Looft. STORAGF CABINETS, meial, af LToper bes Moines. T?ev. Hnrlan Blocklms will deliver his farewell sermon Sunday, May 22 at 11:00. Following the service a dinner will be held in the church parlors honoring the Blockhus family. Pastor-elect, David Vigen, will be ordained June 12 at his home church in Fergus Falls, N. D. After this date he will come to the Blakjer Nazareth parish. Mr and Mrs Larry Fox and baby son moved last week into the house recently vacated by the Kenneth Bolligs. The Alfred Petersons plan to move into the house vacated by the Foxes after they have done some remodeling. Mr and Mrs El don Brown and Mr and Mrs Harry Nieman of Armstrong visited last Sunday at the Wayne Vallie home at Spirit Lake. Mrs Henry Groen of Buffalo, Mo. visited last week at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leslie Denton. On Friday she was joined by members of her family. They all returned home on Sunday. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fcnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulant* Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 IF YOU DON'T HEAR WELL YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT THE BELTONE SCIENTIFIC MOBILE LABORATORY, ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD. YOU MAY TRY OUT THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPROVEMENTS IN HEARING GLASSES, AT EAR LEVEL, CONVENTIONAL OR BONE CONDUCTION GLASSES WITH ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN EITHER EAR. YOU WILL RECEIVE: Test of your hearing loss. First aid kit with test, $1.50 value. Clean and ajust your aid if you own one now, any make. Fix your ear mold for comfort and hearing, grind if necessary. School children with a doubtful hearing loss, accompanied with parent or teacher, will be tested and given an Audiogram by a Certified Factory Audiologist. CORDS & BATTERIES FILL AND PRESENT THIS COUPON Name Address Town Make and Style of Aid * ^ !«' WATCH FOR THE BIG RED, WHITE AND BLUE BUS LABORATORY PARKED AT: ALGONA, IOWA COURT HOUSE SQUARE MAY 11 9am To 7pm BELTONE HEARING SERVICE COMPANY $17 ROYAL UNION, DES MOINES, IOWA PHONE AT 2-3724 Host Senior Girls The Town and Country Woman's Club were hostess to the senior girls of Sentral high school at a tea at the Algona Hotel Alonday afternoon. The program included selections on the saw by Mrs Ted Jensen, who "w accompanied on the piano by Mrs Arnold Hansen, and an original poem read by Mrs Eugene Huskamp. Final Convention The Esthervillc Circuit Women's Missionary Federation held their last convention at the First Lutheran church at Gracttinger May 3 with 235 women of the Evangelical church in attendance. In attendance from Seneca were Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Martin Wilberg Mrs Curtis Olsen and Mrs Henry Looft. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Dick St. John of Algona are the parents of a six pound. 14'_> ounce daughter, Marcia Kay, born Apr. 24 at SI. Ann hospital, Algona. They have a daughter Julie Ann. Mrs St. John, former Jane Darby, is the. daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Darby,' LuVerne. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and OEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phono 3 Ret. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Mr and Mrs Fred Ericksen returned recently from Fort Sill, Okla. where Fred has been taking six months of army training. They will make their home on a farm near Lotts Creek. Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont and Mrs Anne Presthus of Algona were Sunday guests of the Martin Wi I bergs and attended the Ole Pedersen golden wedding open house in the afternoon. Several Sentral seniors attended Luther League Rally Day at Waldorf College, Forest City, Sunday. They included Larry Johannesen, Donald Cherland, David Weber, Mary Rossiter, and Barbara Halverson. Also accom- paning the group were Ronald and Evelyn Cherland, students at Burt. Sgt and Mrs Dale Braynard and son Colin of Chicago are guests in the parental Glen Braynard and Van Hansen homes. Dale will return to the service near Chicago where later in May, he will be discharged from three years|army duties. Mrs Braynard and Colin will remain here till. Dale returns later in May. Guests Thursday and Friday in the Bonnie Ellil'ritz home were their daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Porter, Kerry and Steven, St. Paul. They were enroute to make their home in North Carolina. Mr Porter has re-enlisted in the Marines with the rank of Lieutenant. He recently completed three years service. Mr and Mrs Wayne Dornberger of Sioux Falls, S D. came Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs Phil C Lichty and Mr Lichty. Wayne went on to Dubuque on business returning Saturday. Mrs Lichty accompanied them home for a week's visit. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk attended church and were Sunday guests in the M. Uhlmann home at Titonka. Their daughtc: Geraldine Uhlmann, primary teacher in the LuVerne Community school, lives in the Shirk home. Mr and Mrs J E. Patterson, Clear Lake, Mrs Mae Boncin, Dows, and Mrs Charlotte Ogden, Mankato, Minn, visited Sunday with ' their cousin, Mrs Minnie Hagist. Mr and Mrs Bonnie Ellifritz. Gary and Danny have moved to the Milo Miller residence from the William Littlejohn residence on main street. KttP RECORDS Eugene Hood, Algona Frank Droessler, Bancroft Alphons Berte, Bock Earl Elbert, Whittemore Homer Matthiesen, Fenton Future Teachers Meet And Elect May 9th a meeting was held at the Algona High School auditorium for the kossuth County Future Teachers Association. There was installation of officers with a party following. The following officers were elected: President, Susan Montgomery from Sentral, vice president, Margaret Keith from Burt; secretary, Joyce Riebhoff from Algona; treasurer, Vicki Rakow from Titonka; repoiter, Beth Johnson from Ledyard; recreation and music, John Cordes from Lakota, and historian, Carmen Larsen from Swea City. Free Hearing Tests Offered Here Tomorrow A mobil laboratory, sponsored by the Beltone Hearing Service Co., Des Moines, will be in Algona tomorrow. May 11, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the courthouse square. Equipped with the latest testing instruments, it is designed to give on the spot service to persons who have a hearing loss. Any child will be given a free hearing test, if accompanied by a parent or teacher, and adults may also obtain a free test, if they have a hearing deficiency. Mrs Peter C. Reding entertained her 500 club Monday evening with Mrs Willie Thilgcs, Mrs Maurice Reding and Mrs Bob Bormann receiving prizes. Mrs Bob Bormann entertains the club May 18. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Stereo Headquarters Asks You To Come in... hear the portable that's making fonograf history! Webcor Holiday Imperial Stereo High-Fidelity Fenograf with exclusive BFD From $79.95 B P D—Webcor's sensational Bass Frequency Distribution system—creates 3-channel stereo sound for true wall-to-wall stereo listening. The Holiday Imperial gives you superb stereo as a self-contained fonograf—or you can detach and separate the speaker wings by 8 ft. cords fog even finer stereo. Come in for a demonstration! 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