The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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•3 > i frj / •£r , 5-Al fl ana (Id.) Uj - ^':;l^i, fc.\M>- *•$$•!^^.A/^'.'ii . .. UK jt..A.t v How To Be Your Own WeatW Forecaster Dew Q • DttVD SPIDER W I The Grass •',.' r..-* V_ _V «JL ' *ui. 'A.& 2 ,T i.i\. X so" DEW ON THE GRASS IN THE, EVEN ING OR EARLY MOftNINd. FORECASTS PAIR WKATtftR AND, ^EAR^ONNY SKIES; You'll Enjoy 'Fair Weather 1 adif'-to^ybui 1 account ••£• with small sumi or large'-rr this t>o6k wfllkeep telling you that your 'financial weather is good, and getting better. From every pay-check, save some., thing for yourself. Remember, .we keep adding to your money with regular interest dividends. Be thrifty — save for yourself and your family. Planned Dividend Rate Now In Effect HOME ; SAVINGS & I.OAH Asm SAFE IN A -SIOUX- AT LESS COST TOO WEATHERPROOF PROTECTION . COMPILE EACtOW angry vfjun^ tSating titznrai, 9 •finiflj fceqf.-SIpUX.TileSticlPBiliiidgf jinifl off oil weather. Vef tpt aodcro ^Iraele of ^ecl b acconpU&d «J {0r jus cost to you tkn oner builduig (Bttfcodt. •'"'•. IVEATHERPROOF (JONSTRUCTIOM N -SIOUX- Steel Banding Fqnib w!tk qieewl ortnrrep jolnrt Crte Mf«, wwlfatMljlit protetfion end seamless beauty fritbOnt caulking. Ererj boll; .bract, and panel is all •teel for extra strength and reliability. The durable gal* vanized. steel finish assures •ininnrm maintenance year •fter yew. If preferred q «id« (J^p tf fjBl0O i* «wWJ» •t *|ight additional cos^ '?'" ' •SIOUX- Steel luOdlnjt en eomptefefy fott'eflfeJ ot tt« factory to fit precijejy yithout cottly field cutting, drilling or flterotion. TTiii -SIOUX^ extra save* you many dotlar« Ike «o*t cf ethtr steel building tjstcns, TW6.CIRCLE DESIGN VERSATILITY far yew Durpot> Whiter it's e new mackioery building, pad*n» Sforf, or offlct building from drawing board to fjuaj etfctio» it wiK be d«si|n«d Md built |a ( ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. E. i. (|yd) ROBINSON EAST ON HIQHWAt Pidtured above ate Mr and Mrs Dave Richardson, who w6d June 11, in a 3 p.m. ceremony at the Wesley Methodist church in aS The bride is the former Judy Tott, daughter of Mr ,and Mrs Julius Tott -of Mason City. The bridegroom is-a son Of, Mr and Mrs Paul Richardson of Algona.., <-,„"- ' i The bridegroom is attending Iowa State Teachers-College, and he bride is 'employed, in Cedar Falls. They will make their.home n Cedar Falls. The bridegroom is a graduate of. Algona, high, nd well kno.wn here, and a host of friends offer congratulations. UDM engraving),; .''. ' : '. . '.i. - : ";'.. . ,--.''': '•; Richardson ,for t , J6ne^ rs, M. f, Mrsr F^n6iS' Is Coe Graduate Ledyard —.-Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter and Ann, Mrs. J. .G. Swartzell, Olin, who had*b.een visiting he?e, Mr and Mrs.' OrrieAtJdstu'en ^ari'cf belorlefe of. Ledyard,, and ,Mr. . and,, Mrs. Herman Nimz of Blue Earth, went to Cedar Rapids to attend the graduation of 'John* D. Carpenter, son of 'the E. A. Carpenters,* from Coe College, John •eceived a BA degree in business administration. He has Accepted a position with the Peat Marwiqk, Mitchell and Co. Accounting Firm in Omaha, Neb. He left Monday to begin work June 13. His wife, who taught in'Vinton precedjpg their marriage June 3, is attending a summer course at Mankato State College and will join her husband in Omaha at the con- of the short course, elusion of the short course. ,:..'•• . •'" .'..» •' <came Monday to with her, .mother Mrs. ;i Marie Halvorson and" sister Ma'ryel.; . ' The W.S.C.S, i met with Mrs Virgil Louck's-" 'and-.Mfs-. Glen Burrow, as hostesses. Mrs. E..A'; Carpenter presided at the business meeting. Committees 1 were appointed for the rooming year. Mrs. Edward Looft iwas,j in charge of the .pledge service;;as- sis'ted by' Mrs."Harold He'rzog, Mrs. Virgil Loucks and, -Mrs Hazel • carpenter. New Bride Honored Saturday evening, June 11, a post-nuptial shower was held at (.he Methodist church honoring Mrs. Johri Carpenter, the former Shirley Udstuen. Bonnie Udstuen, sister of the bride had charge of the guest book. Marvel Halvorson was in charge of the program, as follows: Reading by Rosalyn Bashara: trio, Robert^ Wenlworth, Ann Carpenter and Linda Pingel reading by Bonnie Udsluen: reading by Marvel Halvoj'son: solo, Mary Batchelor. The bride was assisted ir opening her many gifts by f foirner classmate, Ann Egesdal Wallentine. Lunch was served by the hos- tpsses. Auxiliary Elects The Ledyard. American Logion. Auxiliary met June "V. The annual election of officers was held with the following being elected: president, Mv s - Gus Simons- rneier; vicp president, Mrs. Ted Gceen; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Kenneth, KpUasch of Swea City Howard ^linksiek; recording secretary, Mrs. John Jorgenson: chaplain, Mrs. Tim Doacy. The county president, Mrs K.enne(h Kqllasch of Sewa City a,nd the (Hh district president Mrs. John Foth of A'SW" 3 6 ave talks. Installs, Has M-D Banquet St. Joe C.D.A. held-its annual Mother-Daughter Banquet June 14 with 163 members and guests attending. Rev, L. H. Greving of St. Peter and Paul Parish of West Bend gave the address with Marcella Fandel of Whittmore, Court District Deputy, also giving a short talk. Mary Jane Origer, grand regent, gave a word of welcome. Mrs. Peter C. Reding was toastmistr,ess with Jeanne Marie Kayser giving the tribute tc grandmothers;, tribute to mothers by Judy Bormann and mothers response -by Mrs. Nick Bormann. A piano .duct was given by Kristine and Kathleen Plathe. The evening program was concluded by singing. vMrs. Anfta M the gift IfiTidra Mill 1st daughti Reding and .eelved 4oo.r firigek, .___.. Decker received ? |he {iliate pri«e. Installation eereTrtoftfes for of* .ficersVwere, hfeld Juhe»l5. MiSS Marcella ,Fand>l ^dlptridt de^iity' jof the dotirt- jElme? St§ief,' were'lhstaltlnl Hftfl^fti' ' " ' I Dfficerg,f%r thp_corning year iare ty regent; regent; prophetess; Mr4- £ed lecturer; t^ 1 ?.' ^ft iy . ,monitor; lirs. E. y.ZQaaaat fin- jancial' geereififry; Mfi,' Eugetie Zeimet, treasurer;. Miss Mary 'Ann Berte, historians Mr4» W^* fred Kohlhaas, ^ehtirtelji lyirS. {Adeline Wagner, musician and 3-year trustees, Mrs. I iTraneis 'kurphy and ftffrSf Bill Erpelding, Refreshments and social hour followed, with Mrs. Frank iRed- Ihg and Mrd. -Clarence fiormann 'receiving prizes 'in 660. Mrs. Adeline Wagner received ' the 'plate prize. Rustler Meetings , Riv'erdale 'Rustlers 4-H Club Unit »1 met June 16. Doris Ann Kohlhaas gave 'a talk, Mary Alma O'Brien gave a report, jenora Hilbert'- and Connie Bor^ •nanh gave a demonstration and luth Ann Klein gaVe a talk. DOris Ann Kohlhaas and Bernadette Hilbert will attend camp it Clear Lake July ?2-24. Lunch was served by Ruth' Ann Klein and her mother. •-.-..' Riverdale Rustlers 4-H unit 2 met the Same'day. Lois Erpeld- ng and Vicky McGuire gave alks. Lois Erpelding will attend • Camp at Clear Lake. Ruth' Ann Klein, was in charge of •ecreation. Appreciation Parly ;-Mr. and Mrs.' Art Kohlhaas an appreciation party Sun- Say evening for the people who helped them move this spring. "*"ie evening was spent playing jrds. Prizes were awarded to Sirs. Godfrey Loebach and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas. A lunch was served by the hostess. j' Attending the gathering were Mr. .and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider, Jiir. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mr. and -Mrs .Nicholas Weydert, and Mrs. Clarence Borrronn, Mr', and Mrs. Milford Plathe, Mr. and Mrs. Bill • McGuire, Richard .ohlhaas, Mr. and MrSr Godfrey jtioebach. " Hospital Report ^ Mrs. Anna Waba is a pnedical patient at St. Ann hospital. Donald -Hilbert returned to- his home" Tuesday, after a wee^ at St. Ann hospital following* truck accident. ,-v^^f,^ -1'' f!l,l t i&:^ H: J* ' ^ * lf «* *• i> "&%/?' d"" ' %i ^ *••->*'"iprt ,^ V -*A J? Thgrsi-Fri.-Sqt. .#• UNCONQUERABLE ! JOHN HUSTON ^sa&g-^gjg^ra . -•. ••*wd-*»-,;j,..J?A *'ji-;tS«'•>- f >. y J'. rUADDOWUlESHILL -«-"-'»» THE UNKORGiVEN" -tiAS^BljEN DOING SUCH TREMENDPUS; ,BUS^ INESS OVER THE COUNtRY, THAT WE'RE MOVING IT TO THE . .,.. DRIVE-IN THEATRE WITH « THE CO-HIT "MAN IN THE NET" Starring Alan Ladd * SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY Ends Tonite (Wed.) "OPERATION 'PETTICOAT': PLUS "HARRY BLACK AND THE TIGER" THURSDAY FRIDAY KSft'igl ; Mrs. Art Illg and Alma and Mrs. Ed McGuire drove to East Troy, Wise, to get George Illg who attended the Divine Word gchool as a high school freshman. George is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Illg. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Mrs. Louise Thul attended the wedding of a cousin, Shirley Parks and Kenneth Groninga at Clarion June 16. BARBER J. J. "Jake" Mulder of Reinbeck t recently observed his 40th year as barber there. The typical family man has a billfold full of pictures and no money. Sun. - Mon. - Tues. ALGONA ALGONA CY 4-3374 Undergoes Surgery . IVJrs. Lena Wacnpr entered Nacve jiospital in Albert Lea Juriu 9 and on Friday underwent sqi't'ery. Shu is recovering and expects to come home the last of this week. Ella McDonald, who taught the past three years at Thompson and who "has accepted a position at Fort Dodge for the- coining Vw, Theln\a Steen- hardt, .who taught lasjt year at Armstrong gni} wiH teach ui Swcu C|ty ^cxt year a.nd Mrs. John CHrpen'ter "are . attending syuimer §chool at 14an,k&t"' c '"'' College, Patrick Sullivan is at McCoy, Wise, for two weeks reserve training. 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