The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 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 15, 1960
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6-AI$6na (let-) Upper 069 Mdlrtei - Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1960 Burglars Hit Missionaries Who Visited Wesley Boys 4-H Fenfon —Fenlon frionds nf Ftj. rind Mrs Surt-nclor Sin.uli in India, have learned' that thi 1 Smfch home wns bur^l.irh'.ed on October 13th. Sinuli \vritcs.'Thii 1 vi s made us penniless in this sea. c tni. They stole- our rash. Ihifif). (iiithcs. and even nun'. Singh spent Civ years in the United Sl;ites. earning n bachelor's de- f.iee at IMaealesler College in St. J'. nl. and master's and doctor's di <:;rees nl the University of Min- ii- -ota. Mrs Singh was a Crusade scholar and earned a master's de- ffc at Peabody Teaehers' and Scarrilt Colleges in Nashville, T< nn. In order to help defray her husband's expenses Mrs Singh fi'rvcd as a resource teacher for tv.-o years in I lie St. Paul School system. They have Uvo ciuuph- V.TS Vinita about 2 1 ? years of age and Anita one year old. The family returned lo India last February where Singh became personnel director of Lod- hipur Institute for boys. Singh .Mid his wife are .building a church and school in his native village. Construction was to begin in November. He wrole that he had bought 50,000 bricks. In the letter reporting Ihc burglary he'sa>l he was going ahead with Ihc- building. During the lime, Singh was in the United States, he visited at Fenton a number of limes and made many friends in this community. The Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service decided to make up a box of things to send the Singhs. If any of his friends wish to send him a contribution, mailable food may be left at the Methodist church basement. The WSCS voted to take care of the poslage. Because packages lake about a month and half to reach India, November 17 has been set as the deadline. Cash may be sent in personal checks, or left at 'the Methodist parsonage. The Wesley boys 4-H meeting was held at the Hay Cunningham farm on Nov. 7, liHiO. Award night was Saturday. Nov. 12, 19(10 at the MUliudisl Church at \V<\-ley at 7:30. Hiiben Skow showed I'.ow 1t> replace a window pane and Chris Nygaiird gave a demonstration on artifical lesp'.ia- ticn. Mrs Cunningham served a good lunch. Swea Students Observed Book Week Puoblo, Colo., has a complete collection of Colorado minerals. Good Neighbors Pick Corn For Wesley Farmer Wesley — A good neighbor act was performed by a large 1 group of neighbors and friends at the Herman Bode farm Monday Nov. 7. They picked and cribbed 70 acres of corn. Those who brought pickers were Art Livingston, Dick Newbrough. Ed Bedford. Edmund Otis, John McMahon. Leonard Arndorfor. Glen Smith, Frank Richter. A. N. Richlsmeier. Others \\Yio helped were Victor Loebig. Verle Everett, John R. Meyer, Elmer Uoughan, Cecil Hildebrandt, Gene Livingston, John Ostercamp, John Klooster, Dick Bunk. Ray Otis, Rudy Hildman. Alvin Becker, Frank Matern. Herman Leerar, Cletus Sta- Iztr, Ray Doughan. Harlan El- berl, Elmer Bedford, Bob Ennen. Elmer Livingston, Franklin Bode. The K. and H. Oil Company and Al Lickteig furnished gasoline for the operation. Women who helped with the feeding job were Mesdames Art Livingston. J. P. Studer, Justine Becker, Elmer Doughan, John McMahon, Leonard Arndorfcr, Ray Dough&n, Victor Loebig, Frank Matern and Betty Bode. Others who sent food were Mesdames Ethel Morris, Jack Ostercamp. Bob Ennen, Orville Smith, John Richter Clara Haverly. A. W. Richtsmeier, John Paulson, Alvin Becker and John Koostcr. Herman Bode lost 2\'s fingers in a corn picker accident. Name Cheerleaders Carol Root, Joyce Paulson and Big 6 room heating performance In a COMPACT CABINET! ANEW OIMIHSIOH 1H FLOOR COMFORT Naturally, Its a patented OIL HOME HEATER NEAT TUKS C*P«ure hottest heat• BLOWER fc HEAT GUIDING OUTLETS Just pul and hjM to guide the f taw Me*. PLUSI • Patented SIEGLERMATTC DRAFT ends soot, smoke, chimney troubles • CAST IRON CONSTRUCTION and a great MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! this new CONSOLE SIE6LER that BURT HARDWARE Swea City — Children of the Swea City Community School are given an opportunity to visit the local library each week to check out books. Seen here are Mrs Max O'Keefe and several children of Mrs Arnold Anderson's class. National Children's Book week was being observed. Mrs O'Keefe. reports that 7:V'r of the books going out of Ihe library here go to children. Nearly 100 new books have been added lo the local library in recent weeks to add to the reading enjoyment of all. (UDM Engraving). Maxine Dornbier of Wesley and Jean Fleming of Corwith were recently chosen as cheerleaders for the 1900-1961 basketball season by the sludenl body at the Corwith-Wesle'y c o m m unit y school. Season tickets will again be offered to the Corwith-Wesley fans for Ihe home games. Eight home games are scheduled. The Junior class play "Aunt Calhie's Cat" will be held in the Corwilh auditorium Nov. 19 at 8 o'clock. Shower Honoree Karen Michaelson of Klemme was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon. Nov. 13. in St. Josephs parish hall. She will become the bride of Bill Hanig, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig Wednesday, Nov. 23, in St. Josephs Catholic church here. Annual Bazaar Circle 3 of the Methodist women will serve another come as you arc luncheon Thursday noon Nov. 17 in the Methodist church parlors. Methodist women will have their annual bazaar, bake, candy, and rummage sale Dec. 3 in the I.O.O.F. hall. 4-H Club Met Wesley township 4-H boys met at Ray Cunninghams home Nov. 7. They held their award'pro- gram Saturday evening in the Methodist church at 7:30. Ruben Skow demonstrated how to replace a window pane. Chris Nygaard gave a demonstration on artificial respiration. Mrs Cunningham served lunch. Birthday Party Barbara Haverly was honored al a birthday party' Tuesday afternoon. The girls of the 3rd and 4th grades of St. Josephs parochial school helped her celebrate her 8lh birthday. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haverly. At Co-Op Meeting J. P. Studer, Ed Johnson and Cliff Carlson of the K. & H. Oil Company, Frank Bleich, Lester Larson, Harold Weber, Art Beenken, Joe Skow and George Seaberg of the Farmers Co-op Society attended a district Co-op meeting Nov. 8 at Britt. Dinner- was served at 6:30 followed by a business meeting. Joe Skow was elected board member to succeed Ray McWhorler of Burt, who resigned and J. L. Miller of Burt was elected to advisory board to succeed J. P. Studer, who resigned. Men from six counties attended. This concert will be presented as the program for the P.T.A. meeting for the monlh of November. Being the firsl concert of the year, there will be no admission charge. Mr and Mrs Fred See.feld arrived home Nov. 8 from Marion, Ohio where they had spent a week in the home of their daugh- ler, Geraldine and family. Darrell Erdman of Omaho, Neb. was an overnite guest Wednesday of his parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Erdman. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Baylor attended the silver wedding anniversary open house Nov. 13 for her brother and sister-in-law Miami Mrs Western Gaull at their home in Britt. Mrs Baylor and Mrs Morris Olson presided at the coffee table. e Mr and Mrs Gaylo Studer and family were Nov. 13 guests in the Stan Johnson home in Brilt. Mr and Mrs Studer were sponsors at Ihe baptism of Gregory Thomas, who was born October 29 lo Mr and Mrs Johnson. Mrs Julius Malz has frequently visited her sister Mrs Oswald Lallier in Algona and Mr Lalfier, who was critically ill in St. Ann hospital. Marino Cpl. Douglas Downs, son of Mr nnd Mrs Ed Downs, First Marino Division, Camp Pondlcton, Cnlif. is participating in an amphibious operation known as Exorcise Pack Mule off the coast of California. Mr and Mrs Mark Bode and family, Omaho, Nebr. spent the Nov. 6 weekend in the parental Herman Bode home. Mr Bode was then a patient in the Brill hospital following a corn picking accident, in which 3 fingers of his left hand were badly mangled. Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan were Nov. 6 evening dinnei guests in the home of their daughter and family, the Jim Walmsleys, Corwith. The C D A Initiation ceremonies will be held Tuesday evening Nov. 29 instead of Nov. 22. The annual Christmas party will bo held Dee. 13. Mrs Clarence Ackerson entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, Wednesday for medical care. Union Boys 4-H The Union Township Boys 4-11 Club met Nov. 1 at Center School. Plans for the Christmas party were discussed. Lunch was sorvod by Molocoks and Tootcrs. Isn't it 'peculiar that middle age always starts a fow years earlier for the other follqw? The trouble with tho chronic borrower is that ho always keeps everything but his word. LOWEST PRICES IN TEN YEARS! 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