The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1960 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1960
Page 14
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»5 v „»••'& <,*m.v Vt?\>;3*i ,'. ' "M* r**i 3 Directors Of Lesley Company Are Honored Wesley — The 30th annual Wieeting of the K & H Coop Oil Co. was held Tuesday evening in the Wesley gym. t The operating statement, read .by Asst. Mgr. Edward L. Johnson showed that : the corppany ,had successful year and that gales Of all commodities had' increased. . Three directors, Leo M. Arndorfer, Bancroft, John W. Boyken, Titonka, and Herman der, Wesley, were re-elected for three year terms. Short talks were given by J, P. Studer, manager, Paul Henderson, Ike Baade, Orvllle Lyndal, Hussell Settlemeyer, Augie Anderson and Harry Carter, Gold wrist watches were presented to J. P. Studer for 30 years of service as manager and to Leo M., Arndorfer, Bancroft, and John' W. Boyken; for 25 years of service as 'directors. > C7 F. Callies, Titonka'Howard Salisbury, Burt, William G, Erdman,' Kanawha, and Clifford Carlson, Wesley, are also directors of the company. Door Prizes were awarded to Tommy Lickteig, Mrs Ralph Wier,. Claire Hildman, Ervin ; Beenken; 'Steve" 'Studer; "Jerry Studer, Rollin Studer, Mrs Joe (la.) Ufffttr D« Molnet futottoy, Nov. t, Harris. Entertainment was pro vided by the Corwlth-Wesles band and Bud Jaeobson. •Lunch Was served by the Ban Mothers. Annual Parly The annual CDA birthday party was held Oct. 24 in the parish hall. A pot luck lunch was served. < Charlen'e Heising and Teresa Becker Were voted on as pros pective candidates for initiation into the court Ndv. 22. Josie Lickteig gave a semi-annual report which was recently com-* piled by the executive board and showed 136 members now in the court. 500 was played. Marie Doughan Won nigh score prize, Madonna Studer, low, Agnes Lfckteigv travel prize, Josie Gauge, the prize for closest birthday. On the kitchen committee were Berhadine Hamilton, 'Elizabeth Dbrrtbien Marjorie Goetz, Cecelia Nelson, Phyllis Walker, MaV* ian Youngwirth and Mary Fdr* burger. Entertainers were Lucille Nelson, Francis Weber, Rita Young wirth, Marjorie Becker,-Rose Mary Dornbier and Bernice Vi'tz- thum. ; ;'•'• v . First Communion ' ..''., Twenty-two children f ro,rh Saint' 1 Joseph Parish in' Wesley received their First Holy Communion Sunday, Oct. 30. Those h the class: Susan Ackerman, 3onnie Becker, Danny Dornbier, Ju'dy 32isenbacher, : Larry Hil,d- man, Gerald Johnson, Wayne Goetz, Ray Stevens and i William- ftleinpeter, Jack Krieps, Steven • . L_ t ' *-• :' ' ./'.'• _ . I ..' We lAiie Very-i'leciyd To Announce \ ' ; • m • ' ~ To His Many Friends That ROBERT, C^^RUEJC^ANN of this Agency has just returned 5 from attending a special course in Career Underwriting •techniques iconducted at the' Home Office!of the Com(}dny'in ; Milwauk^e. n'e comes back to us particularly well prepared to consult With 'you regarding your life insurance needs, whether^ that be,family protection, estate problems,] or, business' insurance 'situations. ; Dean-M.. KerL CLU; General Agent '• .. ' I j i j ^ v * ^ - > - - ^ ' ; ( Wm. d Zimmerman, District Agent .M'*. Insurqnce.Co.,,".;,,, DIAGONAL CAFE NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ATTEND OUR OPEN HOUSE MONDAY, NqVEMBER 7 CAFE HOURS 6 A.M. To 5 P.M. DAILY CLOSED SUNDAYS Diagonal Cafe LEN and DORIS HOLST Karen Johanson Of Swea City Engaged To Wed Karen Jane Jphanson, shown icre, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sverett i Johanson, 'Swea City, vill wed Jerry. Wegner,' son of tfr <aiid Mrs Earl Wegner, Guc- keeh,; x Mihri;i' in July, 1961. Engagement of the couple wa& announced 1 ''recently by ! Miss Johanon's patents. Miss.Johansdn at- ends the" Minneapolis School of Business and Mr Wegner is em- jloyed at East Chain, 'Minn. UDM Engraving) jappe, Marie Laubenthal, Debo- 'ah Lickteig, Mary Beth Lick- eig, Mary Muehe, Thomas Richer," Kenneth Ricke, Michael ticke, Janet Studer, : Ann Wal- :er, Dennis Youngwirth, Connie Haverly, Nancy Hilbert, and 'erry Bob Martinek. The chil- Iren were accompanied by their larents. . Arrivals A girl.was born Tuesday Oct. 5 to Mr and Mrs Ben Faurot of Itudio City, Cal. She has been amed Julia Ann and has a 2% ear; old brother, Don. Mrs 'aurot is the former Jane Eisen- ower. The son born to Mr and Mrs frank Richter v Oct. 17 has been amed James Brian. Mr and Mrs E. 'M. Olson and flike spent the Oct. 30 weekend n Omaha, Nebr. at the home of heir son, Kay Olson and family. On' Sunday, Mr and Mrs Olson were sponsors for Lori Jean, lorn Oct. 20 to the young couple, is their first child. , Dr. and ' Mrs Paul Warner spent Oct.; 21-22 in Minneapolis where, -he i attended- a medical clinic at the university. The Herman Wises, Theron Hansen's'and Mrs Florence 'Hansen were .hosts, to: their Yo-Yo club Oct. 28 at:a Halloween party in the- Methodist 'church. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner and . two children went to Minneapolis Oct. 28 to attend the wedding of a friend, Elinor Robertson to Nels Vance. ' . Mesdames Elmer Doughan, Len Arndorfer, Victor Loebig and Herman Bode entertained at a Democratic tea in the Bode home Friday afternoon. Mrs Tom Forburger entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. The shower scheduled for Oct. 30 for Jan Heitland was cancelled early last week. Mr and Mrs Burton Carter of Osage spent Oct. 22-23 with Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld, who are their winter neighbors in San Juan, Texas. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Moines spent the Oct. 23 weekend in the home of their son, Earl Robinson and family. Mr and Mrs Art Stankey and daughter, Lanft 6f ..__. Oct. 23 guests -of Ma Will Martinek, Mr and Mrs L, ft, attended' a 'cdftVentlon Moines Oct. 24-26. ..„,.,. Mr and Mr$ Tom had *&s their Oct. *' ; >>> J '%*^ J' 1 ^""' ,"'*-,- > *'"*> weekend ; guests' Mrs Scott Baker and ,Mr " and Mrs Robert Ham'jnond, Ind. , Kingston" 'of ( The American Legion Auxi« liary will meet Thursday- 'evening, Nov. 3. " i "( On Election Day, Nov. 8, lunch will be served to the • publican the Legion hall by the Auxiliary beginning at 11 b'clo'ck; A "bake sale will also be held.j / ; • Mrs Andrew- ' Reising ''I Was brought Home Wednesday from Mercy hospital,' Mflsdrt ,City, where she had major surgery; James Potth6ff, .Airman 1 , UIS.N., son cf Mrs Albert L'lckteig is ser* ving aboard the attack atfcraft carrier U.S.S. Hancock, ' operat ing with the seventh, Fleet in Western Pacific. The Hancock has visited ports in* Hawaii,, Guam and the Philippines' since leaving -Alameda, Calj ; Circle 3 of the Methodist church will serve a luncheon to ihe public Nov. 3, from 11 a.mj to 1 p.m. Every one 'is welcome. Mrs Norbert Hilbert entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Oct. .26. . . ' " Guests in the Lou Ricke home Sunday in honor of Kenny's first day whefe they, L Visitingr'lihfl:-, 6e"ftsf family. :.,-•-• ,- Mrs Stanley' ftuie Sfld itertiy^arf George 'Mix sperit' f riday afternoon in Algon^l The Pour .Cornel 1 , Soefalf Cluo will meet MdV.' i With Mrs; Virgil Schrader. ' " , «^\ Kenny's first loly communion 1 were''- 1 the Ed Sarman family, Walt and 'Don West and John and Andy Cosgrove. ' ' v Mansel Stark and daughter, Mrs Marilyn Wollers of Chicago, and Mrs Mary Nelson of Algona pent Oct. 20 with Mr and 'Mrs Vill Martinek and Mr and Mrs Jernard Schrauth. ' '. • "•'? : ' * Methodist 'women will meet Jpv. 2 with Mrs Hazel Oerdes, rith Mrs Blanche Wagner, Mrs 'ern Paulson and" Mrs Bettie Wester assisting. The 'group planned a bazaar for Deci 3 in the :.O.O.F. hall. Mrs Pa.ul Warner and' Mrs Jim Dlsoni were hostesses to the Evangelical Free Missionary Soc- etyOct. .26. • •• : '. Rev. Percy Carlsson returned Oct. 21 from a 5-day National Ministerial meeting in Minneapo- Portland Twp. i By tyrs. Victor Fitch 4 Mrs Mary. .Jandl • and- Matt Clarence of- -West Bend visited Mr and Mrs Tony. Jandl Jast Wednesday.. Sunday da n n e r guests at the Jandl, home. were. Mr and Mrs Clyde Collinson, and Chuckie.and Larry; all of Coun» cil Bluffs, Mrs Bertha .'Bilsborough, & Raymond of Algona, ViOlette Collinson & Mr Wood of E^linp^^ ancl,Mr j M. \,J. ^TronkhJl] and family of Burf. Mr and Mrs Hanford Brock and Mike were afternoon callers, Mr and Mrs Clarence -• Diers, •• Marie,. Jerald, Pattie and Bonnie, Bancroft, were Sunday evening callers. Mrs- Chester 'Smith.-'returned home Thursday evening after spending about three weeks at University Hospital, Iowa 'City, where she underwent surgery and treatment. Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Milton Steven and 'family and Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family Sunday guests at the Jay Steven home. Mrs George Hix was a Thursday visitor in the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Johnny H. Harms, Debbie and Dixie were Sunday guests at the John K. Harms Dome in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf and Mrs Brink Enjoy the convenience of a Bedroom phone for only month Standard tabl« model phonv* in nin« lovely colors-cherry red, light beige, ivory, light gray, pastel yellow, most green, white, rose pink, and aqua blue, New Princess Phone. Smaller, lighten has built-in night light for easy phont pick-up or dialing in the dark. Only 75d additional per month, plus tax. To order extension telephone service, Judge Joseph P.- Hand ' TO THE VOTERS OF THEH4lh JUDICIAL DISTRICT: My schedule on the bench has demanded my full attention and time so it has been impossible for me;to actively campaign for the office I nbw fill, I trust that the voters of } 'the 14th Judicial District" Wilt follow the recommendation • o f... t h e American- and. State /Bar. Associations,. disregard -political affiliation :and •_ ypte for : the man' they feel, has-;.the- qualifications and experiencSe to 'fill the • position of" .;.jUdge;. .-.i,o'fr trie "14th Judicial District. In the .event that any Voter is undecided • as . to my qualifications, I: .wish .Vtijey ' woujd feel free to, Consult-their p\vn> attorney. ' ; "••.,: ''•' ; . " .'. i , -.- • '! I wish, 'to thank my friends of both pprtjes . who; ^have devoted their tinie 'in my) behalf. Thank you. ^ i ;•,• fj ;'j ; , ^-'j, . '*• r - JOSEPH P;'HANDv ; ; Judge Jot 1 the; 14thi{ . i r..a:u»^i : pistnci ;1| . | -(Ad^j ' > -' :' -, : ' Hfc^< "S iV-" rH'i l4i. PPi^ Ziii w ft *->' • '•'-- ,,'. t0 ' -X',' 'JOHN f. Tfe(.6B*ftt , .TV;,. ' ' District Agent A ' " ;^^ : Algona, Iowa Box Phone CY 4-4539 l*« dftADUATE OF LUTHERAN MlftjliAL ? _______ t HOME OFFICE TRAINlNC^SCHbQLt | "' ' John Tiel6bein ! ', >, \ \ t ,,' -\ '" ' ! ""'/?,'', '*'.•• \ ,'•'*' 5, ' i ,i' ' -I .' ' ' j '• * v v " ; , '' ' ! '' , J'' ***],.; - • > ' ' V'•'•'> ,; r j6Hn .Tielebein Was grddudfedrreeentl^ from 'Lutheran Mutual'* Home'offke tfa^h- - f ing school and we extend to him our sincere congratulations. He was one of slxtein • outstanding new representatives selected'to attend this school from more than 75 new men added to our Field* Force !ri the 'past six months.. Selection was -based >6rt »' m& , - agents potential ability to serve,clients In his area. Jh , "' . ,,,., %' /v , < t- i t * < • ' 1 ' r*'{ I""-'' V"'V i . I >«"';. • ', ? I " i .1 ,> '.,*>*> k r ~ Mr Tielebein is a'member of the^BenG. Marten .Agency In Mansort^iowa/.jls a member of the First Lutheran Church in Algona. He": was Vice "President'of this former ' " » i •• ' - i ' * ; f • .., , , v . K .congregation for two years, a Deacon for two years and served, as'Brotrrerhciod , President for two years. He is married and has'three children; ''•*• S' »'« ***' '•L ' •f) Mr Tielebein has dedicated himself to. the service,of assisting''Lutherans irj T AIgorta and ( surrounding territory with their .problems of protecting homes —'' *— atL 'against the uncertainties of life. , • <. - > f and ,<( , families 5 * 1 His services are free'Otxd, without obligation. A telephone call of piost card'Wilt.bfing • . !« ...», ,. him to your home or office promptly., lit > i >• Mheran Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HOME OFFICE • WAVciUY, IA. s VACATION FOR! TWO IN - &VH s-i « ift "•»•' ONIWKK—MLIXPINSPPAIDI ItalMfe Wttli FARM STAKE TRUCK M^ t liiih killtm «ll«llM. H« fllttlHMtlc IIMI •r, «ailly r*«MV«d ftr d««iili Wl. M«t "O.IJ fMl" Wrimr W«A. *>wi StwAr, lr>nli«r«l nhttiiiUi* pbrik ikMI, MiTl Inch ilu wild II ft. •( *kn nMklUf nt »lb I* Mdl kit. Btesell SHAMPOO MASTER , NOWPNtT..-, DELUXE KANISTER SET H»t Mwk pl«m emit HMMdnlwtfw Urn. 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