The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1960
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8-AlflOno (la.) Upp*f Dei Matrix Tuesday, Nov. 8, Mrs Myrla West, Perry, former resident here, spent the weekend with friends. Mr and Mrs Don Nelsbn spent Sunday at 'Humboldt with Mr and Mrs Stanley Nelson. Mrs Opal Ankenbauer spent Monday at Pocahontas with Mr and Mrs Don Wolfe and family. TOM'S Televiews Br-r-r-r Some of this weather during the past week hasn't been the' best. But .it's great weather for staying home and watching television. ... Have you seen the new color programs over 1 channel 12 KEYC- TV? Ahl The ^perfect evening: Send ihp kids out to play, slip into something comfortable, and switch on your RCA color television. If you haven't been watch- fag these color TV programs, you're missing out on some very enjoyable ' entertainment. * The programs are free . . . you just need the RCA Color TV set. V I We have had several new 1961 RCA colored TV sets come into the store in the past week or so. Come in and see them . . . you might see the one you want. THAT'S RICH . For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N, VToore — CY 4-3260), ro/W's RADIO & TV v v'"•„''•,. ' i V*i v^>v*f <M»*,^i*4,' """"* Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke spent last weekend at Fairmont, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had a guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock and David, Bancroft. Union township Mothers and Daughters Club wjll meet Nov. 10 at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Luella Schenck. Charles Miller, Paul Goecke and Jerry Olson, West Bend, attended the Minnesota-Iowa football game Saturday. Mr and Mrs John Schimmel were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Jerry Schimmel, James nnd Kimberly, Des Moines. Mrs Mary Buenger has had as guests her sisters Mrs William Zor, Forest Park, 111., Mrs Gus Kurnmick, River Forest, 111., and sister-in-law, Mrs Anna Cohrs McHenry count, 111. Mr and Mrs Dave Leffert have heen visited by the latter's nephew Col. C. C. Anderson'who is •stationed in New Jersey. Some time ago he' was a dentist at Swpn'City where he also visitod. Mrs Ralph Tinaley^nee Kathleen Evans, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs R. A. Evans, and her daughter Barbara, Sioux Falls. S. D., have bepn visiting friends here. They were house guests of Mrs Clare Keith. , Mrs Elizabeth Post is leaving this week for Denver, Colo., and will visit till after Thanksgiving with her. son Bob and family. Bob and his wife will be in Phoenix, Ariz., during a small part of her visit to attend a convention, and- Mrs • Post will be with the three children. A "glad" short course was held at Ames last Saturday and. .was. attended by "Mr and Mrs George Wohnke, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Harry Rosenaugh,.' Lakotri, Mr and Mrs Al Kemp of Kanawaha and Mr and Mrs John Schimmel. Mrs Clara Pompe spent a few days at Waterloo last week with Mr and Mrs .Francis Cavanaugh. Mr and Mrs Theo Trunnelle have received word of the arrival of a baby boy at the home of their son, Charles, Austin, Tex. The new baby'has twin brothers 18 months old. Mr and Mrs Theo Trunnelle and son, Ted, ; and daughter, Mary, Des Moines, were dinner guests, Oct. 30 of the Lewis Gilbrides. In the afternoon they drove Mary, who is a student nurse, to Council Bluffs where she will take special training. On the way,, home they took Ted to Des Moines where he is •mployed. . Mt and Mr! Alvln Peterson were guests of Mr and Mrs Gar* Will Sorlieh at Bode last Sunday, Mr ana Mrs Fred Williams attended the'Mihnesbta-fowa foot* ball game Saturday at Minneapolis. <Mr and Mrs AH Ashton went to Mankato, Minn., last Sunday and visited their son Darold and family. Mr ana Mrs Glenn Shore have returned from Cashton,' Wis,, where they visited relatives and friends.' Mr and Mrs J., J. Atherton spent last weekend at DeS Moi* neS with their son Jeff, a student at Drake university. Mr and Mrs Dwight Simpson Were' visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs John SigmUnd, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Walter Meerdt and daughter Margaret have been visited by Mrs Nan Parker and daughter Kimberly and Christine, Sharon, Mass. Mr and Mrs Walter Zentner are .returning this week from Killeen, Tex. wher.e they have spent a few weeks with Sgt. arid Mrs Clarence Krug. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith went to Sioux City Saturday, called there by Mrs Smith's sister, Mrs Richard Regennitter, Washta. Mr Regnitter is critically sick in a Sioux City hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuchen* reuther have been visited a few days by their grandchildren Deborah, Steve and Mike Ostermann, Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau had as weekend guests M. E. Lau, Des Moines, and Alfred Lau, Indianola, Mrs Jake Virden and Aubrey Virden, Ronnie and Louise, Leon. The men did some hunting. Baptismal rites were held Oct. 30 in Trinity Lutheran church for Phillip Todd, infant son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld, Rev. G. J. Gerike officiating. Sponsors were the sisters, Nancy and Jane for the grandparents Mr and Mrs Walter Zentner, who were in Texas. Mrs Violet Green, Reno, Nev. visited her parents, Mr and Mrs William R. Carney last week. She was accompanied by Mary Lou' Worby, ; also* of Reno and granddaughter' of Mr and Mrs Carney. A bridal shower was given in Miss Worby's honor while here. . • Mr and Mrs Paul Lemkee went to Ringsted, Saturday ' to assist the latter's' grandfather J. M.' Jensen with the sale of houses hold goods. Mr Jensen, 82,. will for a time make his home here with • the. Lemkees. A son and daughter-in-law Mr and 'Mrs Wendell Jensen live at Princeton, Minn. ; , MM Hilda Gronwall left Saturday for' St. Cloud, Minri. with Mr and Mrs Keith Rowley and visited over night with her son Robert Gronwall and family. Sunday she flew via jet to San Diego, Calif., where she will spend the winter with Mr and Mrs George Sayles. She will als visit Mr and Mrs Gerald Gron wall "at San, Diego. M« A, A, for" a'day and.thea,.fetu Fentoh where <sh & time with. Mr »well 6f late andT iS s tfOubleU, with a stomach ailment.,, j^',.^ V Mr and Mrs Don Aitntifrong had as weekend guests, Mf'and Mrs Rex Tottlrigttfh^"' GoHtheil Bluffs, and other guests; Who came Sunday were ^rs 1 ',Armstrong's parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Logue, Livermore. - j, Dr. and Mrs John.- Kenifick went to St. Paul. Minn.,' Saturday and were guests of Dr,, and'Mrs Emmet Kenefick. Tney, Ittdnded the • Minnesota-Iowa • iff <j 't b.a 11 game and Sunday went'to. their summer cottage at' McGregor, Minn. , ,. ' Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson were recently visited' <by '"-their daughter Marcia and son Phil, both of Des Moines., Marcia is a student nurSe at the Iowa'Metho- dist hospital and Dec.- 5 will go to Independence for „ further training. ' * ! •, Dr. and Mrs Harold ,Erickson are being visited by the latter's mother, Mrs O. J. Anderson, Buffalo, Minn. Funeral seryigps'were held last week .Tuesday'a,t ^Buffalo for Judge Anderson} .68, who had been in failing health 1 for some time. - ' ' '• *• -.> Bob Lichter has concluded his 30 day leave which was'', fc'pent with his parents Mr and Mrs/Joe Lichter and is .being sent to Germany. His basic'training .Was taken at Fort Ord,''Calif.,'and Fort Bellvoir, Va. He has been in service since January; "^ .' Judge and Mrs G. W. Stlilman Were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Dan Jones, Brad and Martin, Mount Vernbn, ,-and the parents Mr and • Mrs - Fred Jones, of Sioux' City. The men drove to ( Dolliyer for pheasant hunting with Jim Stillrriah'.' Mr and Mrs Percy Lowman have been visited by "the latter's brother Helmer Ndrstrom, 'Portland, Ore. Other guests, have been Mr and Mrs William Oliver and Kim, Eagle Grove. The' Olivers plan to move West to '.Denver. Colo., or possibly Portland, Ore.. . ' '•'•••' •'•--'• -••• '• -''-': Mrs John Kenefick has reluM- J ed from Des Moines where she visited 'Mrs •- SJepHen Kenefick and Katy at the parental Mr and Mrs Joe Brown home. Ensign Kenefick is now- in Tokyo but will'be in GuaTn' be'foref long and will be joined by^his- fa'rm'ly by Christmas. ; Dow Laidley, former Algonan and brother ;o'f 'Mrs'' Miftj?n Dahl, is hospitalized at F<jrt Dogge following T major surgery lasf- Tuesday. He and his wife "have: lived in' Rolfe' the past several He, is : in ' the Lutheran' hospital and Mrs'Da'Hl. went' Mere. T)u|fs- day to see him. " " ' ' honor and Malgftret Moetfe f bridesmaid. Matateh 'VeerMaflf.-Wfis' junior brtdesmaid. • ,'.>,—'„•/;, The gfobm's 'attendant^', werfe Melvln saurideYs 'aftd VKrflo'tf Smith. Oavid Smith waa^jfihler groomsman. Debbie (D;eWitt;> Wai flower girl "and Roger' Cugaii carried the rings. Ushers Weie Harold Becker and,Kenneth-Tre*. nary. > r ' /!';« A reception immediately fok lowing the ceremony -Was' held at the Legion^ hall with over 200 guests registering. Barbara Paif- sons had charge" of *the . guest book. Mrs Ray Black potired,, Mrs Floyd Duncan served the punch. The wedding cake was cut by Mrs Bob Chrlstensen with Shar-on Carroll serving it. In charge 1 of the .gifts were 'Mrs Harold Becker and Mrs Don Weber, After a short wedding trip the couple is at home" at Des Moines. Wed 25 Years , The children of Mr.and Mrs Fred Davis will hold an open house in honor of their parents 25th wedding anniversary Nov. 13. They invite^all relative$,and friends to the Methodist Church from 2 to 5 p.m. Mother-Passes. , . • Rev. and Mrs H. A. Srriidt were called "to Forrestov Hi. - by the death .o£ cMrs ' Smidts 'mother Tuesday. .." . , ; j Homecoming Queen' Margaret, Keitti '-was crowned Burt Homecoming Queen during halves o£ the .Homeconiing .between Sentral arid (fiurt. She received her cr0.wn dnd robe fixpm last years Queen*, Mafy McGuire. Margaret also received a beautiful bouquet'ol red rbses.' ; Queen Margaret's., attendants -werei Mary McFarlan,d; ,Pa"tty 'Long,' 'and' Jo Ann Ackermari. : • ' • \ Tricks Or Treats' • I "Trick or Treating" for worthy causes were^well met by, Burt residents this^year. The members of the t Methodist M.Y.S. and I.Y.F, groups I'under the counseling of Mrs Vi.iMcDonald collected $44.44 for QR.O.P; Brownie and Girl Scouts, with their leader Mrs Russell Patterson, collected In, noW of" the oi'-Mfs?Joe Baftke" .. __ ,— _£ iftei 4 ihgmd.-frohV.fl to;6 '#.«.,'•'N6$ 10. fM family cordially invites all'Mrg Eanke'a relatives! aM.ftfeTUds >to dfbB -in .and Jielp- mafee,Her birthday- a memorable,; ( bne,, however, -it; is requested/ that no. gifts ; be .brought, --' -" A • i ,-,'.:;-, Revi frcM 1 Siejbh'bff recently returned- to his" home, Long 1 , Is- hfirtd for' convalescence 'fbllotying majdr surgery. 'Rev. 'Riebhoff is the son i of Mr- and Mrs. Ldnee" , Riebhoff. . "' , , The regular, joint .meeting of the Burt American Legion and Auxiliary w>S' 'held. Monday. Cookies were baked and, boxes were 'packed at the home of Mrs O.,,H. Granam and sent to the .Woodward State Hospital. All members were reminded to attend the couhfy meeting at Lone -Rock. • The Pasjt Matrons Uhlb will hold their Nov. meeting at the home of Mary Jean Andrews at 2 p.m. Nov. 10. Lorraine Camp- ney will be assisting hostess. > - £urt fblks altendirig the sen- t%rt, it Argdna-Wih school Satirf* daf "were' Mr, 'ani Mrs- William HblrHseth, Mr and' Mr* Waiter .eam'flhey, Mf 'and Mrs tfrahk .Keyerson, MrS,K, 'J, Smith, Mrs' 'F,,lh P*rath, RulrTHodgSon " " Soget Julloek, \ Garfy>£iavls and Jetty Koest- lef,, dmahs (i 'Spe)tt' they wfeekehd' S'red'Da'vls 'and, 'MK^Ind Mrs George KoeStl^, ' • \',*\'\' , tt . 4 i al* Safety is 1 ,as _ ways Be Care 1 full ' „_ A.-^-lHBlA^fKuJCvSM^tf^C: NOW! Lowest price ever! NOW ONIY Victor electric adding machine TOTALS 999,999.99 m oo pius tax woi $249.00 • Ad mw mathlnM—orlalnal'carlonl • 10-k«y or full-k«yboord • DtntttvUnitHtn • VlttAr quality gtiaranlttd by 40 yon »xfttt»nttt f , PLUS... .other new Victor Adding UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA AIG O N A BANKS WILL BE i CLOS Pi": IN OBSERVANCE OF V^ ,_,__.-,, fl 'i - FRIDAY - ,NOV. If SECURITY STATE BANK IOWA STATE BANK MEMBERS F.D.I.C. JWJWJWJWJWJ |3/Hurry, be an EARLY TRADER Earn a bonus at O/O on any IH tractor or equipment purchase of $ 500 or more $ Trade now and earn a ! bonus at 6% until just be» * fore the season of use! $ Trade for any machine or any combination of machines worth more than $500 for an Early Trader's Bonus! $ Trade for any farm machine ... like for like trades are nor necessary. Here's your cKance to collect a double bonus! You'll get today's best farm machinery buy end a handful of "greenbacks" besides! You can collect a cash bonus at the rate of 6% on your down payment and/or trade-in from the purchase tune until a date just prior to the normal season of use. Pocket this bonus whether you finance the purchase through the IH Income Purchase Plan or pay cash. So stop hi soon and look over the top-quality IH line. Figure your machinery needs for '61... we'll show you bow big your cash bonus can bel -• Let us figure your deal now,.; the sooner you trade the more you save! Algona Implement Co. CY 4.35Q1 Algona, la. Burf Becomes BrideOcf.15 Burl — A fall weddirig : 'was held at the Burt Presbyterian church Oct. 15 when Edith Louise Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs ^enry Smith, became the bride of Phillip Arlen Veerman of New Sharon. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. H. A. Smidt. Mrs Norval DeWitt was soloist and Ruth Hodgson organist. Edith chose as her attendants, Mrs Roger Boyken, matron 'of \**mummummumm*mm*m YOU'LL HAVE MORE MONEY for the thing) your family need» and want* w.ilh a low-payment, long-term Land Bank loan — * loan that can be paid in advanct without penalty. You can tue • Land Bank loan to buy land, to consolidate debti, to buy liveilock and equipment, to make improve, menu, and for other punpo.e,. Come w and talk it over wii ui today. For loan on your land contact » Federal land Bank Association » (preferably Mondays & Wed.) South of Penney's in Algona f. H. "Q«i*" Hutchiiu, Mgr. ome We wouldn't go BO far as to say that your life is an open book when you're seen, in the company of a new Cadillac oar. But we will adroit that at least a few of the pages have been turned. . , For a Cadillac indicates—with unmistakable clarjty and eloquence -*the personal virtues that lead a man to the " car of cars". Beautiful, distinctive and substantial—it reflects bis eminence in bis field of endeavor,.. and testifies (o what he has made of his years. Gracious, spacious and luxurious—it denotes his desire for cpmfort.,. and bis concern for* the well- being of bjs family and passengers. Practical, sound, and desired—it evidences bis FJS/T YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADlllAQ SCHUITZ BROTHERS- lQQ9§eyth Phillips Algeria, Iowa awareness of the true aspects of value and quality, And if a Cadillac has historically cast such credit on its owner—how much more grandly it will do so in 1961! For the car now offers more of everything to inspire the respect of those who behold it, Its styling is graceful as never before. Its interiors are .remarkably generous in every dimension, And its' performance and ride make every journey a mjracle of motion. You ought to inspect and drive this 1961 Cadillac, Your dealer will be delighted to accommodati you. And we wager you'll quickly see the wisdom of letting the "car of cars" reveal a few discret! secrets abQHt you.

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