The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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Karen Johanson OfSwea-Eagle •\v'.'v '* .. , • Engaged To Wed _,,6a Eagle — Mr and Mrs Everett Johanson, Siwea City, announce the engagement of their ?, daughter, Karen Jdne, td Jerry ; 'vYegnet'f.son'of Mr and Mrs Ear) Wagner, of Guekee«, Mian. The weadjng Ik planed for Julyl' , Miss Jofianson attends the Minneapolis School of Business' ; ,arid;Mr^Wegnfer ; is employed at , Ea's't Chain, Minn. (UDM Engraving) ' 1 Mr and Mrs Raymond Picht < and family itfere weekend guesfa, of the Hpward, Pichts at Shell Rock and the Waytte Pichts at *'Waverly where they'attended the -wedding'of a niece, Marilyn Tha- Ve's and Bradley* Anterstar. Alice was a waitress at the reception. Mr and Mrs Milton Peterson, Mr, and Mrs Everett, Johanson, Mr and Mrs Ole Johanson, Mrs Alma Peterson and Mrs Marlin Hardt attended a pre-nuptial shower for Marilyn Splinter and Donald* Anderjson at the Matt Anderson home at Dunnell Tues- dly,. Mr_and Mrs Ole Johanson, with his brother, Mr and Mrs J$hri" Johnson of JPairmont, a,t* tended. th*e , we4dipg Saturday evening at'the Lutheran church ftt New Ulm, of Miste Splinter and Mr' Anderson, fhe , Jbhansons were Saturday overnight 1 guests of the JdHrtsons Saturday. 1 Swea'Homemakers met at the home of Mrs ElVin. Swdn^on Tuesday With Mrs dlen-Qlson assisting. Mrs Clark of -Algeria talked on the gdals of farm Bureau. Mrs Campney, of ^BufT .gave in- sirudtions On, voting and, talked oh thfr constitutional convention. Mrs 'Christine. Swansbn had. tie- votioni. ,/ ' • Progress Club, Portland, Gets Year's Lessons Portland.— The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon Oct. 20, at the home of Mrs S. R.' Parsons with Mrs George Patterson and Mrs Glen Land Bank Man —wanfs fo be of sefvice to you! 1 Let the Land Bank.Man show you^you can make use ' of. a iowrpayment, long-term Federal Land Bank Lpan on "your land to pay debts, buy land, make improve' inents,' and for other purposes. And remember—A^ Land Bank Loan can always be paid in advance without penalty. E. H. "Gene" Hutchins, Manager FEDERAL LAND JANJC ASS'N. r S9Uth of Penneys In Algona . v .(Preferably.'Mondays &' Wednesdays) getting-cheerediip fed ,,. and it's for ordering tha groceries and arranging parties and calling the plumber and doing a thousand other things. NORTHWESTERN BtUl. Service First Zwiefel assistant, hostesses,, Mrs fverett Haflna of Lone ftotk, Bis ter of Mrs parsons, was 1 ^ * Le^bnS for' the coming''; were studied and different ones appointed tb get them. Npvettl- ber lesson will ee Bought by Mrs Virgil Schrader and Mjrs Lawrence Govern. . , ; Mrs Phil Diamond, Algona, assisted by Mrs Shirley Berg, Waterloo, district representative, showed films on cancer. The next meeting will be held NoV, 17 at -the home of Mrs Axel Carlson, with Mrs Howard Sparks and Mrs A. L. Rasmus* sen assistant hostesses. Undergoes Surgery Chester. Smith" and Bobbie went to Iowa City Sunday morning to visit Mrs Smith who has. been in the hospital for over two weeks. She has been suffering from arthritis. After a thorough examination, it was found she also had a large tumor and had surgery Monday morning. Her address is: Ward C 44, University Hospital, Iowa City. Mrs Victor Fitch and Korene called at the Jack Tieman home, Wednesday morning to see the ne'w baby girl, Teresa Ann, who is three weeks old now. Mr arid Mrs Paul Krueger and Marie Krueger of Kansas City went to Eldora Tuesday where they were -dinnei guests land spent the day at the home of Rev. and Mrs John Zimmerman. Mr and Mrs Luwrence Govern and Vincent Govern were Sunday evening visitors at the Hubert Govern home. Mrs Lawrence Govern attended the Women's Chorus workshop in Garner Thursday. i ;,. Mr and;Mrs Ray? Fitch, visited Mr and : Mrs^ 'Robert Skilling south of; AigbnKl Saturday 'afternoon- , <, .'I ' ' ? .1- • Vincent'Govern] and Mrs Lawrence Govern»jaccpmpanied Mr and Mrs Milton iFarrow of Ledyard to the wedding of. their niece, Phyllis Govern in Mason City, Saturday. Mr and ,Mfs Harold.-Steyen^on, of Britt ' wpre j Suhday idinner guests at j the Ray, Fitch i home.' Mr and Mrs Ernest Raney of Livermore were Sunday afte^- noon visitors, ' j? U Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow were Saturday dinner guests at ihe Lawrence and Vincent Govern home. ••,'..,. '.', ', j , , Ray'McWhorter- left ^Tuesday morning for Colorado' on his yearly deer, hunting tour. s He, will visit Ms brother; Lfew^s H^ .\yharter arid they •y/|ll piakejth|i,r headquarters at cabins 1 owned by Lewis, outside pf Lgveland, Colp, Family night will ; :be )ield. OcC •28:" at the;; flirt! ^ Presbyterian church, with a Fellowship supper at 6.30. A film will be shown, "The Forbid t den City. Rev. J. Russel Killman of the Heaven and Home Hour who filmed this picture during his four years in Hong Kong, will be there in person. Preceding the film, Rev.. Killman will play some musical numbers arid lell ot his experiences. Mrs Paul Krueger and Marie Krueger went to Algona Monday where they visited Mrs Kate Doege arid Dora Riagert. Vincent Govern, Mrs Lawrence and Mrs Virgil Schrader called al. the Victor Fitch home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Wendell Christen- sun and family attended a birthday party at the Wilbur Christ- cnsen home in nonor of their little son Allen's fifth birthday. Other guests attending the party were Mr and Mrs Clarence Christcnsen and Mr and Mrs Ross Buffington. Mr and Mrs fcdmund Larson were Friday evening supper iuicsts at the home of Mrs Effie Teeter, Algona. i "Sharing witn others is as easy as tying your shoes — and just as difficult till you get the hang of it." VanBuskii Of 19 -*. Oiio»en — Mr and Mrs , Van Buskirk were honored ;Qot. 16 from 2 untilS o'clock; a.i:<;tH'e Presbyterian church parlors in observance of their fiftieth ^ed« ding anniversary. - > ,*•' \ Jesse Van Buskirk and.- Hele'il Logan were married Oct.'12, 1IJJO at Bradgate. \ Hosts at the anniversary, Cob- gervance were the five daughters and their husbands, Mr ana. Mrs (Dorothy) Lee Holt, Mr and^Mrs (Jessie) Clarence Kroeger'*, I of Spencer Mr and, Mrs (Veta) Merle C. Pressell of Den^r, Colo., Mr and-Mrs (Fae) Rudloph Berninghaus of Stewart Miftn. and Mr and Mrs (Mae) Gerald Iverson of Storm Lake. ,' f Kae Iverson and Rudolph Berninghaus were in' charge ;• of ihe gifts. One hundred and fifty- five guests attended and Sandra Holt presided at the guest book.' Keith Strayer gave a brief ta'lk. Mrs Raymond Wehrspann cut ;he cake. She also baked and decorated the cake. Maria Jean Berninghaus- helped at the serv- ng table. Mrs Holt, Mrs Iverson and Mrs Berninghaus poured. Mr and Mrs Kroeger presided at the, punch bowl. The randchildren'.also assisted with' the refreshments. Kitchen hostesses were frienas of the couple. Mr and Mr Visited ,?hlrF the forme Myra ierhici? SehroSdejv , ait ; fot ^ o«t ' ' Dodge, ., * Mrs Amanda ' Gf(fflBac£ .'daughter Mrs t Pet6 • BTUmberg and chjldren ,'of Nagaunee/ Mich; chjldren Visited this ' aUrtee, , ..... „ the home of Mr'and Mrs-Tom"GronDaeh v They- $lSn to reside 'in Algtina as Mr Blumberg has re-enlisted ih-th$ Army for 8 years.." . x , '<" Sam 1 Schneider left Friday for .pes Moines where ne is to'be em" ployed at Hillcrest hospital.' , A weiner roast, sponsored by Youth Fellowship of local Presbyterian church was field Thursday evening. • •• UNION — . Union Alethean girls 4-H club met Saturday, October 8, at Mar- ,c'ia and Janet Angeies home. The, meeting Had installation of, officers. All the.mothers of members were > present. Tlie next meeting is at Relljy's. * i , Ah* express service was started n a commercial basis September 1927. »••••••!•••••*••••••••••••••••••••••* s Future Teacher Unit Meets The Kossuth County FTA held a meeting October 17, lOCO at the. Swea City school. Seven sponsors and teachers were present. Tht club has 79 members and 50 were present. Susan Montgomery was chosen Buzz-Buzz session leader for the Merservy district meeting. Margt Johnson was elected to be librarian of the club. The Prospective Teachers Day is November 10. October 29 is the district meeting at Mersevvy, Iowa. The next meeting will held at the Ledyard school, November 21, Irvington Ideals Irvingtpn Ideals met with Jane lluney Oct. fj and officers were installed. Bonnie Bristow declined hei> office of president U> Bc-tty Wickwire and Connii- Arncjurfer alsq declined* her of, fice of vice president to Lin/da Bristow. A demonstration was given by Lorraiw Hamilton. He- cord books and material were handed out. Recognition night is to bt NOW- 7 "t U» c Fa -f*W. Bureau pffice. A ^° c «twd irt^wjed the niiUlnevy »J*w, fiirJi fWfVlng on committee weift l^tty Wkkwire, Bonnie Bristow and Jane Runey Miss Thompson From Lakota ,; Lakota' ',-W Aj ; miscellanepuf jridal shower was held for Cynj-' thia Thompson,- who is to be marp rie^d to!Gail Kauffman Nov. 25 at < ElmQre. Mrs Robert, Ruby, Vtrs LeRoy Richardson of Led^ and Mrs Dai-old "Risk'of El-more were the hostesses. fltt ^. '. Attending''were' aunts 'and cou* sins of the bride-to-be. They included Mesdames James Simer, Hans Hinrichsen, Julius Enger, John Hinrichsen and Beth, Howard Hinrichsen, Ferlin Jacobson, Christy Hinrichsen, John Darnell, gpe-}; Uc(s\ueri, JJolin' -.Simmons, I Summons, 1 | Russell KaUff- man, -Albert Ogren, Earl Thomp- so'n, Orville Ruby and Miss Audrey Ruby. Games were played after which the bride was assisted by Mrs LeIJoy Richardson and Betty King in opening her gift's, 4-H Club Met The monthly meeting of the Aggressive Lads was held Oct. 17 at the school. There were 30 members present and three new boys joined. They are Richard Paulson, .Gary Carlson and Keith Bierle. Linda Hoeppner gave a demonstration. Lunch was served by August and Harold Baunan. County Meeting Kossuth county FTA held a meeting Oct. 17 at the Swea City .chool. Seven ^sponsors -and teachers were present. The club has 79 members, 50 were present, Susan Montgomery was chosen Buzz Buzz session leader for the Mescrvey district meeting. Marge Johnson was elected librarian. , November 10 is Prospective Teachers Day. Oct. 29 is the dis tdct meeting at Meservcy. The next meeting will be held at the Ledyard school, liov. -21. Pancake Supper The home economics classes of Lakota high school will hold theii pancake supper Oct. 26, serving from 5 until 8 p.m. Tickets are now on sale by the home cc girls. Money earned will go toward the washer and dryer and begin payments on the built-in oven and surface burners in the ntw home economics room. A goal of $230 has been set for the lakpta community for the Boy Scout Fund Drive between now and Nov. 15. ..A kick-of breakfast was held Tuesday morning. The Lutheran Brotherhood o; St. Paul's met Oct. 12. Luncri was served by Maynard Hertzke and Arthur Tipti. The W.M.F. of St. Paul's church met Oct 19. Rev. Meineckc ga / Bible study. Sewing for thq Martin Lutheran Home will b carried out for the month o November The hostesses, Gena liunsori, Esther Christ and Gicta Stcuker served, lunch. M/ and Mrs Allen Hiscocks o PUS Afyjines came to spend th weekend at the paicntal V. A Barrett home. Mrs W, C. Vociraska had visi tors from George Tuesday. They were her nephews Bryan an The Mississippi Biw is gable for barges to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Judson Sehriek. -• IJyane Peterson has tmrpile W V£e 8lp»yiy Academy at Qedfl %0id|, MP and Mis Jgk£ P|>^r sua took him to Cedar Rapide o: Sunday. They also visited M Mi'S Ed lifiBAty ynd Mrs Bur tft'Wid it Sto'ion.' The Lakota Community Clu met in the City Hull Monda .. af the G. L. Youngs, Titoflka; honoted a$' ! of Minej^- dfclden, .Colo- . , ' Dr. fiitfque, wife Is ribw "irt his second year at the school, is a ,in. »the. ,$h&ftistj?y; da* pertinent, where; he if an ,instr\io-. tor^iri quIntit^e'-ahalysM and geb-chemistry, h|s speciality. He, his wife, three year old daughter and six-month old son reside at Mines Park. " 'After receiving a B.S. irt chemistry at St.'Norbert College. Wise., Dr. vl "Bisque enrolled af Iowa Statp .U)jivei!sity, Amas, where he earned three degrees, an M.S. in'phemistry M.S. in geology -and ' Ph; 'D. irt .geology- 6hemislrjj in 195S p . ' • - . While completing his graduate work in chemistry, he was a i;ei search assistant in ttie laboratory of the Atomic . Energy Commission' at Ames. .He twice received a , National Science Foundation Fellowship , and > has authored 'eight articles- yfhich have been printed 'in chemical and geological journajs, . . 'During. 'the » past , summer, Dr. Bisqu'e* t wa$'a consultant in the Pentagon,. at Washington, D. C. for the department 'of defense. The Youngs recently received New WINNER Swine Feed Produces More Rapid Gains •' «- L ' ^* ttte tibn SJdjnLotfl The October 17& Jfflfettag was tfttreV, &arol Cdltetta-.Strw,.,; Mary MdDorinelL lepe^.An^fe '* So&os* .fifl&ite «%fe!tden O" $ Befieh, fasten ttgffipher, Kftth? Beach, *<tadf•» Sherry LudwlgY Voftflie, O'Brlln, ' ptfo* Beach, Muck, Pot* l>popular jtltive prices. Pub. Co.) Al- 'ona? abrosslrom >e^, Municipal For several years controlled, feeding tests' 'ai loading agrfcui- lural colleges hove shown the effectiveness of a>swtae ration made up of corn, soybean oil meal and', hicjh'fortification of vitamins, 'minerals, antibiotics and other factors. '. . 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