The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1960
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TWO floor heat outMs- DOUBLE THE HEAT OVER YOUR FLOORS! give your family a new standard of living with a new, patented BII OIL HOME HEATER It pays for Itself with the fuel It caves/ UiVermGirlls Nurse Graduate Catherine Irene Hilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hilbert of LuVerne, is a member of the 1960 graduating class of St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing at Sioux City. Commencement exercises will be held on Sunday, Aug. 21. Miss Hilbert is pictured above. (UDM Engraving) MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! Patented INNER HEAT TUBES • BUILT-IN BLOWER SYSTEM lifetime CAST IRON CONSTRUCTION.PatentedSIEGLERMAT1C DRAFT start »mvlng by Hopping la mi BURT HARDWARE Phone 58 Hardware & Appliances Hurt, Iowa Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper FREE Hearing Aid Consultation Aboard the Beltone Bus Laboratory Adults and Children Will Be Given a Free Electronic Evaluation of Their Hearing Loss With Advice for Correction. If You Now Own a Hearing Aid of Any Kind or Make We Will Clean and Adjust It for You, Grind the Mold If Needed For Comfort. No Charge for This Service. For the First Time, You Will See the I960 Marvels in Engineering and Miniaturiiation in All Styles of Beltone Hearing Instruments. You Must See the "Little J". It is Unbelievable in Performance, Economy and Size. WATCH FOR THE BIG RED, WHITE AND BLUE BUS LABORATORY PARKED AT Algona, Iowa BUSINESS DISTRJCT Wed., Aug. 24 9 a. m. to 5 p. in. BELTONE Hearing Servke Co! 517 Royal Unign Dei Moinet, Iowa Phon« AT 2-3724 St. Joe Girl To Wed Sept St. Joe — Banns of marnafit for the first time were announced in St. Joseph's Church for Ircm- Kcnne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Kenne of St. Joseph's Parish here and James Buschcrfeld of St. Michael's Parish from Whitte- morc. The wedding dote is set for Sept. 3nd' here in St. Joseph's church. O'Brien Family Picnic An O'Brien family gathering with a picnic dinner and supper was held at. the Hubert O'Brien home. Attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Hugh O'Neill' and Mr and Mrs Bill Burns from Benton, Wis., Mr and Mrs John Duffy and Jane from Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Brien. Stanley and Pat from Sargent, Minn., Tommy Koran, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mr and Mrs Joe King and Thersa, Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Loyala O'Brien, ,Maureen and Neil, Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien all from Algona and Mr and Mrs Eugene Lemkee of Irvington. Riverdale Rustles Riverdale Rustlers unit 1 and 2 Mother-Daughter Tea was held on Saturday, August 6th in St Joseph's School Hall. Judges for the Style Show and the 4-H projects were Mrs August Studei from Cdrwith, Mrs Ben Anlikei from West Bend and Mrs R. I. Anderson from Ledyard. Plac- ings in the Style Show in unit 1 were Ruth Ann Klein and Doris Ann Kohlhaas, alternate, in the senior division; Bernadette Hilbert in the intermediate and Connie Hermann and Paula Thilges as alternate in IRC. junior division. ' Platings in unit 2 were LoU Erpelding in the intermediate' division and Saiiay O'Brien and Kathleen Plathe as alternate in the "junior division. Committee in charge of the Mother-Daughter ;i'ea were Kathleen Beeson, Lois Erpelding and Mary Sue Zeimet and their mothers; Mrs Eugene Lemkee received the door prize with olher .prizes awarded to Mrs Art Plathe, Ava Erpelding. Sr., Algona were in the home qt thc-ir son with Jerome Kellner of Livermorc attending to the fnrm chores. Mrs Kato Hess of Dubuquo" is here visiting with relatives. An Ori^cr family reunion was held on Monday, 15th at St. Michaels Hull in Whittomore. Mrs Hess is a sister of John Origei of here, Mrs John Fa her of Ot- toscn and Mrs John Kirsch of Whitti-morc. Mr and Mrs Jfick LeBreun from Dell Rapids, Soiun Dakota were recent weekend visitors hert with relatives. They are cousins of 'hi 1 Bbrhitiiin's. ' George ZclliT from Watcrlown. South Dakota mid Mrs Mary Haghnd from Armstrong were recent visitors hero in the home of Mrs Maggio Ihilges and family. Mrs Thilgi's is a sister of Mr /Seller and Mrs liaglind is a cousin. Math Zeimel is visiting at tin homo of his daughter and son in-law Mr and Mrs Ed Andrelinas and family at Medicine Lake Montana, for the next severa weeks. David Fnlchner was a rccen visitor here in the homo of M and Mrs Eugene Zeimet. Davii and Robert Zeimet, son of Mr am Mrs Zeimet attended St. Ambros College at Davenport last yea and will attend the college this fall. Sheryll Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and employed at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City, and a friend Diane Zimmcr-spent the weekend in the Home of Miss Rcding's parents. Janet Reding accompanied the visitors to Sioux City where she spent last week. ast of Algona late Wednesday fternoon, Aug. 10. There has icen no estimate of damage to !ie combine. Algona firemen wert ailed to the scone when gasoline was ignited by sparks. For a time t was feared the blaze might spread to the oat field and two other combines nearby. Jlue Earth, Minn, on Carl Ger-,th;m 10 yrrirs. Ho has managed rrifinn Appreciation Night. I Blue Earth's successful"' town Germann has been very active! team for five years. Carl wa:; n Golden Gloves boxing and 1 presented with a trophy, jaseball at Blue Earth for more) Mrs. R.eding and her father, Funeral Held At Corwith For Connie Sloan, 6 Funeral services For Connie Jean Sloan, 6, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Glenn Sloan, Corwith were held Aug. 9 in the Method ist church at Corwith, with Rev L. J. Runion officiating. Buria was at the Corwith cemetery. Pallbearers were Jim Sloan Tim Devine, Dennis and Ceci Glawe. Ronald Zciglcr and Gen Oxley. The little girl died following a lingering illness Aug. 7 in a Rochester. Minn, Hospital. Connie was born Aug. 3, 1954 at Belmond and lived the last five years of her life at Corwith She was a member of the Cor- with-Weslcy kindergarten class until Dec., 1959. She underwent major surgery at Rochester in June. 1958 and her health failed steadily from December last year until her death. She is survived by her parents, a brother. Scott Alan, 2, a grandmother and great-grandmother. Algeria (la.) Upper DM Aug. 23, 1960 Jacob Oertrtann', HtteWtfSft the festivities at Blue Earth. Combine Damaged Sparks from an engine were blamed for a fire which caused extensive damage to a combine owned by Gary Grote in an oat field on the Berl Priebe farm Algona Woman's Brother Feted At Blue Earth Carl Germann, brother of Mrs. Bill Reding, Algona, and son of Jacob Germann, 93. Minneapolis, former Kossuth resident, was honored Aug. 3 by baseball fans a: Investigate Before You Invest It will cost you nothing and may prove extremely valuable, whatever your investment aims. Up-to-the minute information on any listed or unlisted stock or bond is available for the asking from the complete library facilities of Henderson's. Get the facts first — from Henderson's. There is no obligation. See or Call John Love Home Representative for ^f T. O. Henderson <Sc Oo., MEMBERS NEW YORK 4 tSTOCK EXCHANGE 417i'2 E. McGregor CYpress 4-3500 mornings early—collect Algona Mrs Daryl Baker of Livermorc has been at the home of hei parents Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales while Mr Baker .was at Camp Rippley, Minn, on guard training. Sunday Masses .in St. Joseph's church will'be at fj'and 10 o'clock starting with- the first Sunday in September. The Fhendly Club met recently in the home ;qf Mrs Anton Becker -with Mrs- Alfred Grill assisting. Mrs Anna Wabba was a guest. The afternoon was spent socially with Mrs Laurence Thilges and Mrs Mary Capesius receiving prizes. Mr and Mrs Ben Thilgcs and family and Mrs Thilges parents. Mr and Mrs Nick Klein, Sr. have been entertaining guests in their , home. Mr and Mrs Adoloph Kass and children from Rock Island accompanied by Sister Imogene i O.S.F. and Sister M. Theopil OS.F. Petty Officer and Mrs . Edward Klein from Lynn Haven, i Florida. Others attending the I gatherings in the Thilges and Klein homes were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollig and family from Seneca, Mr and Mrs Ed Hynes and family from Wesley and Mr and Mrs Raymond Klein and family from Humboldt. Mrs Bollig. Mrs Hynes and Sr. Imogene are daughters of Mr and Mrs Nick Klein, and Raymond Klein is a son. Sister M. Imogene following her visit here will go to Granville and Sister Theopil to Reinsert where they will be on mission this new school year. " Mr and Mrs Willie Thilges were in Rochester where Mrs Thilges went for a medical check Mfi. Mr and Mrs Will Thilges 6CRIPTO MARKING PENCILS. HshingvCo., phone CY s4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. DRESS Rehearsal For SCHOOL PAYS! The weather may still be for vacationing, but THE FIRST BELL FOR CLASSES WILL RING BEFORE YOU KNOW IT. • . . So now's the time to SPRUCE-UP YOUR CHILDREN'S WARDROBES with clothes CLEANED and RENEWED the ^ . . "STA-NU" PROCESS WAY EXCLUSIVELY AT— ALGONA CLEANERS and LAUNDERERS "ACROSS FROM THE COURTHOUSE" Phon* CYprew 4-32*5 for Frw Pickup A Delivery UiD FREEZING WITHOUT FROSTING! In This New, Lower-Priced Model! FRIGIDAIRE FROST-PROOF LOWEST PRICED Frigidaire FROST-PROOF ,, -. ; • *»,if •£/,.; Food Freezer FREEZER Yours For As Little As $3.50 Per Week After Down Payment Model UFPD-12-60 NO MORE DEFROSTING EVER! No more frost-locked packages. Never Forms! Frost No more massed together ice cubes. Ice cubes stay crisp and dry, separated. No more defrosting — no thawed-out-foods — no waiting overnight! 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