The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 13
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Lakota Teacher Presents A Slide Tour Of Europe LakoJa — The Mary Circle of the Presbyterian Church had a pot-luck supper for the tenchcrs and families of the Lakola school. After the very good meal the program included: Meditation by JUv. llarlan, Kruse; a duet by Judy Julting and Mike Buckles who ^ sang "Now the Day Is Over", accompanied by Mrs Barrett at the piano. Mrs Don Boyd welcomed the guests, she is chairman of the Mary Circle. Miss Cleo Weklin, a member of the Circle introduced the teachers. Alma Mileham, Mike Buckles, Marilyn Rippentrop, Jeff Blome and Judy Jutting sang one number. They all attended the Presbyterian Junior High School Bible Camp at Okbboji this summer. Mrs V. A. Barrett gave a reading "The Forgotten Women." The group sang "The More We Get Together." Then Jerry McMullcn showed his slides and gave a talk on the trip he took to Europe this summer. Used Clothing Drive The American Legion Auxiliary Is sponsoring a used cloth- ing drive and would like all contributions brdught to Mrs Robert Thompson by November 5, Luther League Meets The regular monthly meeting of the St. Paul's Luther League met with Paul Geilcnfeldt giving the topic "Leaguers from other lands." The youth group plan to entertain leaguers .-.-orn other churches the coming month. Devotions were given by Caroline Groff. Paul Geilenfeldt, Caroline Groff, Stanley and Kenneth Ellman served the lunch. Moving To Ariiona Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray have sold their florist shop in Northfiild* Minnesota and are going to'Arizona to make their Irome. They visited at the parental Dr. H. H. Murray this last week. Called By lllrteis ~ Mrs Lawrence Lewis was called to Perry last week. Her mother suffered a stroke and is in' critical condition. She is Mi-s Leota O'Kecfe. Win Blue Ribbons All Lakota Luckies Club girls who turned in long time record books received blue ribbons. The books wore judged by the county cwnmitlce. Maxine Clayton, Carmen Cook and Carolyn Ley entered books..The historian's book and secretary's book also received blue ribbons. Marsha Krominga is the historian and Carmen Cook is the secretary. Building New Home Mr and Mrs D. R. McGulliyary of Palo Alto California, daughter of the Walter Lunn's, are in the process of building a new house. It will • be a three bedroom, two bath and two car garage plus a built in electric kitchen and family room. They plan to be in by Christmas. Grandparents Again Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukcna are grandparents again. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewcy of Sac City have a new daughter, Dorothy Ann, born on Wednesday, Oct. 5 the same day as her mother she weighed 8 pounds and twelve ounces also the same as her mother when she was born. Mr and Mrs Hilmer Hanson were Tuesday evening dinner guests of the Maynard Mehls of Frost honoring the Hanson's 38th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Guy Beemer of NOW IN FULL SWING. .. Another Big REX All Original lc SAL Ends Saturday, October 22 HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE THOUSANDS OF ITEMS NOW OFFERED AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS - REMEMBER, ONLY lc BUYS THE DUPLICATE ITEM DURING THIS SALE. Giant Size Aerosol SHAVE CREAMS 10 Oz. — Reg. 98c 2 For 99c Mi-31 ANTISEPTIC MOUTH WASH Pint — Reg. 89c 2 For 90c PANOVITE Multi-Vitamins 100's — Reg. $2.98 2 For $2.99 BUFFERED ASPIRIN 100's — Reg. 98c 2 For 99e POLYMULSION Children's Multi-Vitamins Pint — Reg. $3.89 2 For $3.90 Caro Nome MIST COLOGNES Reg. $2.50 2 For $2.51 HONSBRUCH DRUG "Your Algona Rex all Drug Store" Join Our Christmas Chair Club NOW Here's How it Works: j You Get A * 5% Discount on Each Chair Selected • Down Payment Consists of One Week's Dues. . ' • Dues Shall Be: Cost of Chair, minus discount, plus tax. Divided by the number of weeks remaining from time of purchase until Christmas. • No Carrying or Layaway Charges CLUB STARTS NOW ! Come in for More Details BJUSTROftTS FURNITURE Webster City were Saturday evening supper guests at the Bob Bfeemer home. Mrs QUy Bcerrtef has been dismissed from th<* Dickinson County Memorial Hospital Saturday aftcrnon. On Monday evening W. ID. Ley was elected as piosident of the Lakota School Board at its meet-- ing at the school. Dr. ii. ;i. Murray attended the North Central District Dental meeting in Mason City on Monday, Mrs C. William Daniels, former Sherry Clabaugh, is working toward her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing which will take two years. Mr and Mrs Floyd Clabaugh received word this week. Sherry has been accepted and is working at the college at the University of Chicago. Six Boy Scouts, Paul Kruse, Bruce Mcurer, Eugene Paulson, Ronald Johnson, Virgil Lewis, Mark Hamilton Roger Becketv and Ernest Perez, accompanred by Scoutmaster, Gottlieb Rici'fer, went to Elmore, for a skating party on Saturday afternoon. Supt. and Mrs J. W. Cook en^ tertaincd the school board at a steak fry on Monday evening before the board r"°t for its rc-> organization meeting. TB tests were given to tht 1 children of the firs:, fifth, ninth, and twelfth grades of the Lakola school on Monday afternoon. The. shots were given by Mrs Richard Campney assisted by Mrs Clayton Helvick. Other ladies who helped were Mrs Alton Anderson, Mrs Robert Beemer, Mrs AI Johnson, and Mrs Earl Paulson. Dinner guests at the Earl Paulson home on Sunday were Mr and Mrs W. B. Mulverhill and Jean of Ames and Walter Leslie! Afternoon guests wore Mr and Mrs William Coombes, Gary, Brenda, and Rhonda of Fairmont, Minnesota. Mrs Orville Anderson. Mrs John V. Dorenbush. Gottlieb Reiffer and John Zimmerman attended the Lutheran Sunday School teachers meeting at Britl on Sunday afternoon and evening. Attending the fall organization of 4-H at Algona on Monday were Mrs C. A. Gutnecht Mrs W!' D. Ley and Mrs Burdelte Hoep- pncr. Ollom, Cora O'Kocfc, Clara Marlow, Pearl Daniels, and Holen Vogcl. Unable to be present because of illness were Olive Moore, Ella Holchen and Kale Nietzel. Hostesses at Wednesdays meeting were Genevieve Graham. Mary Sarchet, Mary Beth Hamilton, Mary Buer, Marian Westling. and Esther Schrader. shower in St. Joseph's school hall Oct. 20 with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Wagner oi St. Joseph's parish, will be the bride of Don Brofer, son of Mi 1 and Mrs Joseph Brofer of Sacred Heail J'ansh. Fort Dodge, Nov. 5 111 St. Joseph's church. 1 New Members For St. Joe C.D.A. Named St. Joe — C. D. of A. met Oct. 12. Applicants elected to membership were Mrs Robert Berte. Mrs Daryl Baker, Mrs Marvin Sawyer, Mrs Leon Thome, Mrs James Stahl, Mrs Tom Moser, Mrs Floyd Moser. Reception of new members will be held Oct. 17 following a dinner in St. Joseph's school hall. Mrs L. J. Nemmers of Bancroft, district deputy, and officers of the court will be in charge. Mrs Marvin Reding was elected 3-year trustee to fill the vacancy left by Mrs Francis Murphy who has moved to Fort Dodge Attending the C.D.A. Work Shop held at Carroll were Mary Jane Origer, grand regent, Mrs E. J. Gales and Mrs Frank Reding. The religious committee presented a reading. Prizes at the social hour awarded to Mrs E. J Kollasch, Mrs Milford Plath and Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Shower Honoree Shirley Wagner, bride-elect, will be honored at a pre-nuptial Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper Dei M«net~-S village consisting of some 20 residences, including log cabins and the schoolhouse, where Sunday school classes wt-rt 1 first hckl, and three other builflihgs. Turkey Dinner 51. Joseph s parish will have: a turkey dinner in the school hall Sunday, Oct. 30 with the following committee in chai»ge: Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas Mrs Frank Hilbert, Mrs Peter Becker. Mrs Ted Wagner, Mrs Ernest Hormann and Mrs Ralph Kramer. The public is invited to attend. College students home over the week end were Judy Bormann. Doris Ann Kohlhaas, Judy Wagher, Alice Bormann, Robert Zeimet, Bertha BerU- und Alice Reding. Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire attended Homecoming at Maur Hill Atchison, Kansas where their son Mike is a high school senior. David McGuire a 1959 graduate of Maur Hill now attending St. Mary of the Plains College in Dodge City, Kansas, also spent Ihc week end at Main Hill. Mr and Mrs Will Reding entertained a Reding family gathering with a dinner and supper wi!h the following in attendance. Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Algona, Mr and Mrs Steve Devine, Cor- v/ith, Mr and Mrs Nick Reding, Whitlemore. Mrs Lizzie Bormann and Mrs Mary Capesius I mm here. %%m :"*m *v o i"« 100TH The First Cong r e g a t i o n a I Church of Monticello recently celebrated its 100th year. At the time of the founding of tin- church, Monticello was a small r '9 ht ln the oye/ •. •; • Have the wonderful p <? a c « of rtiirtd tfi trt comes with knowing yod arc secure from the tm*- tertuinties of the future. Part of the "buffer" you need should be in ready cash, and those funds should be where they tan ; earn the best returrt ". . .' earn it regularly . . . and with insured safety! ^ Planned Dividend Uate NOW IN EFFECT HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION !rv w \: /< Honor 14 Early Burt Members Of WSCS Group Burt — The honorary members of the W.S.C.S. were honored when the society held its .regu ( lai monthly meeting. Also observed was the 20th anniversary of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Marie Parsons gave the Devotions of the Day. Elsie Lockwood gave a brief report on the U. N and the duties of every citizen in voting. In charge of the program honoring the older members were Benita Mitchell and Ruby Hinckley, assisted by Elsie Lockwood. Lurena Sodcrburg gave a review of the 20 years ot the local society. One a m using statement brought out was the fact that during the first year the 47 members sponsored monthly suppers for the public where the price per plate was 25c. Another interesting statement was that during the 20 years of the . local Society, its secretaries have handled over $25,000. The 14 Honorary members present assisted in bakinjg a "Towel Birthday Cake" with 20 candles, while Benita Mitchell briefly told of the duties of each officer. Honorary members p r e s c nt were: Mabel Campney, Elizabeth Kennedy, Emma Manus, Mary i/blcntine. Bertha Wallace, Lottie isenberger, Ella Sigsbce, Mayme Schrader, Edith Chipman, Sara PLANNING TO BUILD A NEW HOME? Then Get a Price From U. S. HOM** WE ARE THIS AREA'S OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE NAME IN THE WELL DRILLING BUSINESS! 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