The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 2
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Upp«t DM M«!n«< tvtMtay, Sept. 13, 1960 Lakota Classes Name Of ficers And Sponsors _ Election of clnss officers and sponsors nt Lakotn High school was neld this week Senior tlass — sponsor, Mrs Kietvirt, president, Alice darken, vice-president. Dennis Boet- tchor, secretary. Ivan Sunde. nnd treasurer Bob Hamilton. Junior class — sponsor,. Mrs Budloilft, president, Larry Becker. vice-president. Paul Geik-n- feldt, secretary, Juanita Cofdes, and treasurer, Rodger Neumann. Sophomore class — sponsor. Mr McMullen, president, Patsy Tjnden. vice-president, Marilyn Rippentrop, secretary, Carolyn Groff. and treasurer, Janice Thompson. Freshman class — sponsor Mr Perrin, president, Cheryl Rae Anderson, vice-president, Milton Paulson, secretary, Carolyn Ley, and treasurer, Jo«n Miller. The constitution convention of the Luther League of the Iowa District of The American Lutheran church was held at Wavcr- ly Sept. 2-4. Those attending from St. Paul's of Lakota were Rita - Weringa, Darrel Clabaugh, Apnold Sacha, Beverly Cushman and Rev. MeinecKe. The reception for school stafl members was held in St. Paul's Lutheran church parish hall under the sponsorship of the Ladies Aid Tuesday evening. A pot hick buffet supper was served at 6:30 p.m. Mr and Mrs Vcrnon Smith 'took their daughter, Shirley, to Mankato, Minn. Monday for her to enroll at the Mankato Busi- rrtSs College. Mr fcnd Mrs.Smith nttti Rodney wtnt on to Minneapolis to Visit at the Wayne Heetland home unlit Wednesday. Monday, Knren Price le.ri.rpr Mankato where she will-attend eorsmercial college. The Lcdyard Township Homemakers will go on a tour of the industrial plants at Fairmont Sept. 16 starting from Lakola at 8:30 a.m. Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton and family and their guests the t)on Boyd's left Friday for the wt.ek end at the Hamilton's, cottage at Harper's Ferry on the Mississippi river. Mr and Mrs Ingvald Sundr- arc the parents of a son, weighing 7 pounds, 2'a ounces, born Sept. 5 at the Blue Earth. Minn, hospital. This makes them a family of five boys and tour girls. Mr and Mrs Richard Ziolske accompanied their son, Elmer to Mason City Sunday to see Herb Zielske, who is in Mercv hospital. Mr and Mrs Hiliner Hanson went to Frost, Minn. Sunday to help Mr and Mrs Max Mchl celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Joan Nurre Is Wed Saturday At Bancroft Bancroft — In a double ring ceremony, performed Sept. 10 in St. John's Catholic church Joan Nurre, daughter or Mr and Mrs Leo Nurre, Whittemore, became the bride of James Johnson, son of Leona Johnson. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiated. Thef young couple are graduates of St. John's high school and the bride has been employed in the courthouse in Algona. The bridegroom is farming with his mother. A dinner and, inception were held for a large group of relatives and friends following the ceremony. After, a honeymoon, the.y will bo at home on a farm northeast ol town. Miss Ricke Weds On Saturday, Sept. 3, Ethel Ricke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roman Ricke became the bride of Darrcll Nemmcrs, son of Sylvester Nemmers, in a double ring ceremony performed by Msgr. J. H. Schultes. in St. Johns Catholic church. ..,. A dinner and reception were held in St. John's church parlor for relatives and friends. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of St. John's high schopl and employed at Welps Hatchery. After a wedding trip they will be at home in Bancroft, where they have purchased a home. Six New Homes Six new homes are being built in Bancroft with five nearly completed, all h: ehe south end of town. Mr arid Mrs Wensel, Mr & Mrs Eugene Elsbecker, Mr and 'Mrs Fred Tiggcs. Mr and Mrs Jack Schemmel, Mr and Mrs Don Welp and Mr and Mrs Jack Dudding are owners of the new- homes. 'Mr and Mrs Leo Goche became grandparents twice this week when Mr and Mrs Raymond Goche became parents of a son and Mr and Mrs John Goche became parents of a daughter, noon Tuesday at St. Ann hospital, Algonti. Mr and Mrs Art Long'took thqir daughler-in-la\t, Mrs Joe Long, .to Storm Lake Wednesday where she was called by the illness ,of her father, Mr Flowers, who is suffering from a heart condition. Mrs George Wolf, is a medical patient of Holy Family hospital, Esthcrville. ManyLedyard Students Leave For College Ledyard — The following young people will leave, or have left, for college: Judy Hcrzog to Northwestern College -at Oran.ue City, Arno Troff and Charles Do Boor to Iowa Slate U. at Ames, Dcanna Wiemer to Simpson at Indianola. Grctchen Looft to Luther at Decorah. Terry Roscboro. Brent Kc;il, Bruce Keil, Janice Edwards to Waldorf College- at Forest City. Ilui-lan Brandt, and Billy Green to the School of Commerce in Omaha, Sandra FVnncina, Paula Nitz. and Ann Tcrnes and Shirley Smith to Mankato Commercial College. Mary Ann Bartolo to Mankato Teachers College, Madonna Sullivan to Carroll to take nurses training, Douglas Waterhousc enlisted in the air force and is now at Lackland Air Force Bare-, Texas, Larry Egesdal and Joe leave this week for the having enlisted several ago, Ann Miller plans to beauty school. Ktefe navy, weeks attend Wednesday evening a group of relatives gathered at. the homo of Mrs Henrietta Dontje to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs J. Blome. Mrs Af- ma Gelhaus. and Mrs William Bauman went to Ilubbard Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs DOORS OPEN at 8:30 HARP! BE WISE... BE EARLY BIG SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPT. DOLLAR DAY DOOR BUSTERS 18 Ladies Handbags Orig. 2.98 2 for $3.00 4 Ladies Jackets Orig. 2.98 . .1.... $1.00 24 Girls Sweaters Orig. 2.98 $2.00 2 Boys Suburban Coats Orig. 9.98 .. $3.00 18 Men's White Dress Shirts Orig 3.35 $1.00 12 Men's Felt Dress Hats Orig. 7.98 .. $3.00 10 Pr. Men's Dress Slacks Orig. 7.70 . $2.00 1 Bedspread Full Size Orig. 9.98 .... $4.00 100 PC. Ladies Jewelry Orig. 1,00 3 for $1.00 •K*». Ask About 24 pc. Stainless Tableware For $4.39 Dollar Day Dresses Cotton house dresses at The Lowest Price Ever, With Many To Select From. x $2.00 GIRLS' RANCH PANTS 7 TO 14 USUALLY MUCH MORE SHOES-SHOES Ladies shoes in the tyg PRICE groups $1.00 and $3.00 L*rpe Selection of SUes and Styles. Qjrife Priced much, much more, A Full TpWe of Children shoes at $1 WOMEN'S NYLON SUPS Special Purchase! $2.00 Easy-care nylon tricot slips, four-gore fitted skirts, nylon lace trim. White. 32 to 34. GIRLS SLIPS - $1.00 SAVE ON SEWING NEEDS ; Atlfittfftt «l Cotlans, 90 S* Percale In Bright Smart NEW PRINTS. Ftr $1.00 SHEETS COLORED CANNON SHEETS. First Quality At Lowest, Price Ever. A Full II x 101 SIZE. $2.00 Each $2 Boys Flannel Shirts Large Assortment Of Plaids and Checks. Full Cut and S a n f o r iied. Sites 6 To 16. $1.00 feather-filled pillows 2 for $3 Bright, striped feather r e s i s t ant licking. Corded edges. Acrilan" -filled 2 for $6 washateie. Floral ticfcin* Per** edges. ' 'Chemsrrand acrylic fiber. Gelhaus' and Mrs dome's niece, A family dinner was held Sun« day at the home of Mrs Lilly Trenary in honor of Mr anCi Mrs Merle- Hagedorn who left Mon* rlay for Omnha, Neo. The W.S.C.S. met Thursday uith Mrs Lena Warner ?nd Mc» Mm Mayer as hostesses. Mrs (ilcn Burrow was in charge ot tlic program. American Legion Auxiliary nut Tuesday. Plans were dis*- (usscd for a special meeting to In; held honoring the Qold Star Mothers, Mrs Herb Zfelske, Mrs Hay Estle and Mrs John Kloos- Icr. " .. ' • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola StudV Mr and Mrs Orville Smith en- H'ltained at 2 beef barbcqile sup- pi is in honor of their daughter, Mis Jim Nielson and family of Kudu-lie, III. Saturday evening guests were the Kay Hansens and the John -Paulsons. Sunday evening guests were the George Gieminers, Glen Smiths and Albert Nielsons. Mrs Gertrude Bray of Chicago spent 2 days last week with her sister-in-law Mrs Orville • Smith and family. Mrs Lou Ricke returned home Sept. 3 from a 10-day visit at the home of her brother Oral Jones and family at Lewistown, Mont. The Herman and Franklin Bodes attended a Bode family reunion at the K. e.-Hall in Algona Aug. 28. Connie, daughter of Mrs Pearline Johnson,' is now employed in the bank at Woden. Mr and Mrs Alf Studer arrrvea home Wednesday from a 6-weck trip. They visited Henry Stuck rs at Sioux Falls, S. D., Mae Studer at Santa Fe Springs, Calif. Fred Bohns at Berkeley. Calif., Jack McCloskeys at Eugene, Ore., Mr and Mrs Ralph Jarvis at Derby, Kansas and Don Studers De.s Moines. Mr and Mrs'Earl Hartley left Wednesday for Tucson, Ariz, where they will spend the weekend. The annual chicken supper and bazaar will be held at the Methodist church Sept. 15. A turkey supper will be served in St. Josephs parish hall Sept. :'.5 to the public. Mrs Harold Martinek entcr- tained S«pt. 6 at a party for third graders at her home in ho*, nor of their son, Jerry's 8th birthday.- ' Mrs Bettie Westex was brought home the fore part of last week ffom the Britt hospital. Her daughter Leila Jordan or Des Moines is with her. Mr and Mrs Ray Herner and family spent Sept. 4 with her' sister. Mrs Howard Fries and family at Cylinder. Guests in the ucorge Hirncr home Sept. 4 vere Mr and Mrs Frank Sahftner of Swea City and Mrs Alice Hirher and Roland of St. Benedict. . « Mrs Marie Jones and daughter. Clare Jones of Waterloo were overnite guests Aug. 26 of her cousin, Mrs Mary Bradfield. Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson returned home Tuesday from a vacation in Minnesota. Sandra and Sosan Wellick, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Wellick of Britt were guests in the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Joe otuder. Irvington M. Hoy«t Mrs Eugene Lemkee resumed (caching at St. Cecelia's Academy in Algona last week. Mrs Alfred Grill, Sr. is teaching at St. Joseph's school at St. Joe. The annual picnic for members of local Presbyterian church was held Sunday at Call State Park. Mr and Mrs Woodrow Johnson drove to Ames Tuesday with their son, Terry, who entered Iowa State University there. . Mr and Mrs K. P. Roney arrived home Tuesday from their Calif, vacation. They returned via United Air Lines Jet. to Omaha. World Premiere 1961 DODGE TRUCKS On The Lawrence Welk Show SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 PERCIVAL'S Algona FOR ONE SIIVIR DOLLAR 3 LINES OF BOWLING Thursday 1-4 P.M. HAWKEYE LANES SWEATERS StaNu Woolens, synthetics, lilks, linen* Or cottons . . . Sta*Nu helps all -. fabrics to regain their original f tleckness and softness, their resistance tv wrinkles nnd wear. Clothes wear cotter, store better, and feet better after ' «nr expert dry-cleaning and Sta*N« finishing. Let us show you what Sta*Nu wiU do for all of your clothes at no extra rh f r |tt ' Sta*Nu M used by leading anufacturer*, Cleaners Algona Launderers Phone CY 4-3265 East Across From Courthouse Algona 160 ACRE FARM FOR SAIE AT Auction Wed., September 21, 1960 AT 2 OX LOCK P. M. Sale will be held on the premises located 3 miles Southwest of Bancroft or 13 miles North and 2 miles West of Algona, Iowa. * Known as the Ole Allison Estate Farm and located on good roads and near fine public and Catholic schools, churches and markets. One of the better farms in Kossuth County. Entire farm is under cultivation. Highly productive-Webster and Clarion soils and well drained. Improvements are above average and include good fences; 30 x 36 all modern, 8 room house with enclosed porch and new oil burning furnace; 36 x 60 round roof dairy barn with new asphalt shingles; 26 x 32 overhead Granary and Corn Crib; 2 Hog Houses, 20 x 40 and 18 x 20; Cement feeding floor 36 x 40; Machine shed 24 x 48; Chicken house 16'x 32; Open cattle shed 16 x 32; Everything in good repair. • DESCRIPTION: The Southwest Quarter (SW14) of Section Twenty-seven (27), Township Ninety-eight (98) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth P. M.. • •-,.-*-.-•' POSSESSION: on March 1, 1961. TERMS: 10% cash on date of tale and balance in cash on or before March 1, 1961. Abstract showing marketable title, with 1960 taxes paid, will b« furnished to the purchaser. Purchaser will be expected to enter into a written contract with n>e usual forfeiture provisions. OLE ALLISON STATE H. W. Miller, Attorney Carl S. Pearson, Executor I. Qulnii, Auctioneer

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