The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 2
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(to.) Upper DM Moinel . Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 ANEW DIMWSIOH tH FLOOR Big 6 room heating performance in a COMPACT CABINET! LuVerne Music Mothers Name New Secretary MObet, WTO-UN u 'US/I Naturally, Its a patented SIEBt-En OIL HOME HEATER cweet n' low! Only 33' high yet it beats up to 6 rooms* Inner HEAT TUBES Capture hottest heat- Built-in BLOWER Guides it over floors. HEAT GUIDING OUTLETS Just pull and turn to guide the Super Floor Heat PLUS! • Patented SIEGLERMATIC DRAFT ends soot, smoke, chimney troubles • CAST IRON CONSTRUCTION and a great • MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! LuVerne n't t Vi'ed'K 'S(l Lli Yet tie •-( hi Si iiniiki'iibei ;; Meeting opt bv flute liio. The Music Mi, HUMS ;iy -. mini; cil ihc u! with Mrs Tin CM pi isidmg. ned \vilh a number Jnii'.' liabrr. Lynn and Laurie Hanselman, Mrs liam (jootsrh v\as t-lectcd .seenv tary. Mrs Fred Frost had served in that capacity. Mr Peter Karmakis, music director, announced he would like to mgani/.e find direct an adult choir for any one in the community interested. Band suits \vere issued to l\vc-- Ivo young people of the fiflh and sixth grades, now appearing with tht.- band. Plans were made- and committees named for servim; lunches at all home basketball games as a money project. To Observe 40th Mathern at Waterloo Saturday, Oct. 15. Jack Schulz recently enjoyed a trip to Florida where ho experienced his first ocean fishing, water skiing, and Jet Plane rule. Bancroft Couple Observe 25th Anniversary Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Ro- jman Wilhelmi held open house Sunday on their 25th wedding anniversary. Many friends and relatives called during the afternoon. Refreshments were served and they received gifts - cards. They are the parents 01 two children. David, California, and Joann in college at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs F. Wilhelmi are Roman's parents. see this new CONSOLE SIEGLER that BURT HARDWARE Phone 58 Hardware & Appliances Burt, Iowa New Arrivals Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens are the parents of a seven pound, nine ounce daughter, Kathryn Joy, born Oct. 11 in Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. A brother and sister welcome the new baby. Rev. Stevens is pastor of the LuVerne Evangelical U n i t; c d Brethren church. Mr and Mrs John Psilas of Davenport are parents of thcil first child, a daughter born Oct 11. Mrs Psilas, rormer Lucile Behnkendorf, is the daughter of Fred Behnkendorl', Lu Verne. Mr and Mrs Dale Zcntner, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson, Sr., Mr and Mrs Clem Stripling spent the weekend fishing at Birch Lake near Hackensach, Minn. Mrs Richard Bristovv attended the fupcrnl of her aunt. Mrs Lem Marlow, 80. at Lone Rock, Saturday. Richard Hewitt returned Tuesday from the Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, where he has been a medical patient the past two weeks. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch were Sunday evening visitors in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady at Dakota City on the occasion of her birthday. Mr and Mrs Don Prior. Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, visited his parents the William Priors over the week end. '' Casper Weignand, Ortoriville, Minn., is visiting his 'nephew, the Walter Engel.s, and his niece, the Adam Zweifels, near Renwick. Mr and Mrs Frank Swanson of Osco, 111., were- week end visitors of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Roland Walline and Sandra. The Bid N' Bye Bridge Club were Monday evening guests of Mrs William Priov. Guest players were Mrs Cecil Baker and Mrs The children of Mr and Mrs Frank Asa will hold an open house in honor ol their fortieth wedding anniversary Oct. 23 Irom 2 to j p.m. in the Rutland Methodist church at Rutland. Highlight of tlie event will be a short program at 2:30. All friends and relatives ai e invited to attend. Forest City. Hanselman Ho- and James Sloler of inns, Mrs Eark Mrs Slater. Canasta 8 were guests Monday evening of Mrs Duane Neal. At play Mrs Harold Meyer and Mrs C. O. McClellan priy.es. Guest players were Mrs Meyers and Mrs Cecil Watts. The Tuesday club were guests Out. II of Mrs Percy Brink with eight members attending. Guests were Mrs Allyn Brink, Mrs Dale Braynard, Mrs Ben Hefty, Mrs Bernard Wolf and Mrs Carroll Marty. Mr Foley of Humboldt was a guest and gave a demonstration. AuxilaryAt Oftosen Plans Dinner Nov. 11 Otiosen — The Leist Veerkamp American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening, Oct. 10 with Mrs Victor Meyer. Vice-president, Mrs Essie Cooper presided. Ten members responded to roll call. Mrs Paul Meyer and Mrs Olvin Haug were guests. Rehabilitation chairman, Mrs Mike Coyle reported that carpet rag material and used clothing are being collected and can be brought to her home. 1 ^The veteran's'supper.,was clis^ ciflsed and committees were appointed with Mrs Coyle, kitchen chairman, Mrs E-.ssie Cooper dining room chairman, and Mrs Jacob Ryg, chairman of invitations and program. The supper will be held at Un- commercial building Nov. 11. The auxiliary will furnish the meal and potatoes. A covered dish or dessert will be brought by the veteran guests. The county meeting will be held ai Renwick Oct. 25 at 2 p.m. Attends Meeting Monday, Mrs Le Roy Worby represented the Progressive Club at the annual meeting of the sixth district Peroration of Women's clubs held at the 4-H auditorium in Fort Dodge. The Progressive Club was awarded a red ribbon in the year book contest. Elect Officers The American Women of the church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Louis Jacobson and Mrs De Verc Newton as hostesses. The following new officers were elected. President, Mrs Merle Holt, vice president, Mrs -Carroll Olson, secretary, Mrs Melvin Ellingson, treasurer, Mrs Oscar Oppedahl, secretary of stewardship, Mrs Harold Moun'.ain, secretary o£ education, Mrs Percy Wa'tnem. A contribution was made to the American Bible Society. The bazaar will be held Oct. 20 at the Commercial club building. Jackie Lynch, Winnebago spent the first of the week with her grandmother Lynch at Ledyard and with Meredith Bergman and on Wednesday she and Kenny Bergman attended the Schiltz- Klocke Wedding at Algona. Many other relatives and friends from here were also present at. the wedding. Mr and Mrs James Wclp are parents of a son born Saturday at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Dr. and Mrs T. J. Egan and Richard left Wednesday for Florida to attend the wedding ot their son, Dr. James Egan. Saturday. Sandra Kcmna. small daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Kemna. was a patient of Holy Family hospital, Esthervillc, after a fall down the basement stairs at their home, suffering a bad bump on her head. U, Are you smoking more now :**"j'l" r • .'. -*tii*"*».'. . but enjoying it less ? HUMAN FLY That's Orin Murray, Field Survey Engineer of fabulous Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona. Murray says, "Sure I've tried other brands. But Camel is the only one that gives me real smoking satisfaction every time I light up." HAVE A REAL CIG HAVE A C TAKES IT EASY WITH A CAMEL Camel is the best-tasting cigarette of all because the Camel blend of costly tobacco? haf never fcesn equalled. Tty Camels §nrJ see. ). BcjnoJ4i Tob»oco Con\iiiinj, WuxUm-Silem, If. C. met home Progressive Club The Progressive Club Thursday afternoon at the of Mrs Harold Mountain. Mrs Mountain was appointed Status of Women for the local club. Mrs Earl Olson gave a book report on "Root Out of Dry Ground." Mrs Oliver Kinseth had recreation. Mrs Alice Mountain of Sacramento, Calif, was a guest. Club will meet Oct. 27 with Mrs Le Roy Worby. Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole drove to Iowa City Saturday to spend the week end at home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Joe Bird and family. Mr and Mrs Charles Reaper spent Sunday at Des Moines with Mrs Myrtle Hum. Mr and Mrs Roy Blythe of Wanton, Minn, visited a few' days at the home ot f Mr and Mrs K. P. Roney this week. Mr and Mrs Herman Beekei drove 'to Canada for a week's fishing and sightseeing, Mr and Mrs Lee Colwcll visited relatives at Clare Sunday. Ladies from trie local Presbyterian church wno attended a church mtg. at Goldfield Wednesday were Mesdames Chamberlain, Coleman, Davis, drees- man, Thilges ana Wickwire. Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl and Mrs Marie Frankl attended the funeral of an uncle, Mr Albert Honor 4 Burt Aid Members Burt !— St. Johns Ladies Aid met with Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt as hostesses. The topic for study was presented by 'Pastor Schultz. Because this month marks the 39th anniversary of the aid the Honorary members were honored. Each was presented a corsage and a basket of fruit. Honorary members present were Mrs Anna Bierstedt, Mrs Augusta Bliech, and Rose Wiese. Mrs Fred Lavrenz was unable to be present because of illness. Plans were made for the solving of the banquet dinner to those attending the District Wal- thei; League Rally on Sundaj Qct... 16. . It was also voted to sponsor Bake Sale on Nov. 16 at Riedel's Feed Store. Woden Driver Gashed As Car Misses Curve Burl — Harold Battleson of Woden escaped serious injury Monday Oct 10 when his 1950 Hudson plunged into a ditch four miles cast of Burt. "The Last Days Of. Pompeii" " Bobbikins" Thursday thru Saturday "The Last Days Of Pompeii" 7:00 and 10:15 "Bobbikins" at 8:45 Saturday matinee at 2:00 "Let's Make Love" Sunday 1:00-3:15-5:30-7:45-10:00 Monday 7:15-9:32 "The Mountain Road" Tuesday thin Thursday 7:15-9:15 TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY .—The Orders p —' •DELAYATANYJCOST... ANYBODY^ makes the best smoke I >•>• According t'o Patrolman I Halt, Pocahontas, and Marshal Walt Steward, Hurt, who investigated, Battleson failed to make a curve with -the vehicle. Battle-son's injuries included n large gash under his right eye, a sprained right wrist and other cuts and bruises. He was treated by a Burl doctor and released. The front of the ear was badly damaged. 105 Two generations separate Wil- tnn Junction's Henry Wildasin, who will t>e IDS llii.s month, and l.eo Mi'urcr. The past and prc- ,'cnt .secretary of an insurance company Rot together recently for a visit. 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