The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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^•lp :*stfT* & Mtffttt ,.MareKJ*e ( 1959 fc/en Engaged Mr and Mrs Edward W. Eden of Wesley announce ihi engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Alice Darlene^ tb Raymond H. Franzen, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Franzen of iTitonka. The wedding is slated for June 28. Miss Eden is pictured above.. Large Building For Elevator At Titonka ', , Titonka — The' Titoaka Farm- ,ers Co-Operative Elevator has announced plans for r a new stor- " age building to be built as soon ^as possible. The new structure 'iwill be erected'east of the preset' elevator and will be 30 feet , wide and 120 feet long. The new * building will contain 24 bins and will add about'150,000 bushels of •^ storage, to the existing 328,000 ' bushels.. 16 cars of lumber have '£ aiready' been unloaded near the '] sight'of ihe proposed building and • construction will- be -under T.. $. , Ibberson, Minneapolis contractor. /^Golden "Wedding • '{' ,i Mr ' and Mrs Harm Harringa,' fr j' -lifetime area residents, will be .-" honored on theic golden wedding ' " anniversary, Sunday, April 5, 'at : the Immanuel 'Lutheran church r.with open'-house .from 2 to 5 p.m, '\! No invitatiris 'are being sent and H. all friends and relatives are invit- •;fed. .*;• ;•',(.': JL - -Minnie Serine'and Harm Har•»' ringa were married Mar. 24, 1909 ,', at the bride's home "at Woden. , ,"'• They lived for t 4 years by the i'i»"Ramsey Reformed church north . . aftd ftev. H. A, Diets, ly, l^tan Good Mope Brlndt, Sue CAllIcs, Dcrthi* Setty pigler, K&thy Miltfef, did Moore, ted Sleeker and Janet Welhouseh. .From Immanuel are Harriet and Henry Ullm&rt, Ardift Englebarts, Craig Giesking, Dar~ rell Isebrand and Sharoft Store, Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller of Albert Lea. Louise Senne, Elmer Wiegend, Mrs June Miller and daughters Kathy and Thelma were guests at the Joflnson House in Algona in honor of Kaahy, Miller's confirmation Sunday, Mr and Mrs Frank D. Fisher and Mrs Russell Fisher left" this week for California wh;ere they will visit Russell Fisher", station* ed in the navy there, Mrs Amy Boehm and daugh* ter Tamara moved to Clear Lake this week. John Boehm has been there the past few weeks.' Mr and Mrs Alfred Oesterreicher returned the past week from California and western slates, where they have been Visiting' the past three months. The Titonka High School stu« dents 26 in number and Coach Lyle Opheim and bus driver, Wilbur Sextqn were snow-bound in Des Moines Saturday evening. They went ,to the State Girls basketball finals but returned home a tired bunch Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. Ben Franizen is a patient at the hospital in Rochester. • Mr and Mrs Eddie Rudquist and son of Minneapolis were weekend guests at the "parental Lorfe'n Willemssen home. Mrs Junior Thackep and^sbns vere Friday and Saturday visitors at the home of Mrs Anna Alke. Ottosen Group ' i'tf- J tl >s s " fe ' A6 i* s t«i»*?^'r' Holt Of ,1* — Costal was honored at It j grocery, shower at< the cial Club building Tuesday evehiftg, A skit> "Stop, Look ahcl was given by Mrs Ray" Mrs' Veruer Wirte, *' of Titonka and for the last 46 years at the present home east of Titonka. They are the parents of 11 children,-* JoHn, Dick, Mrs Erwin (Martha). ^Schwarz, Lakota; Mrs Ralph (Lodise) DeVries, Holland; Mrs ^R-obert (Hean) Ladd, Nealsville,' Wis.; Mrs Don. - (Lorraine)^ 'Siefken, Wellsburg; Mrs ,Howiard (Leta Mae) Davis, Garner; Harold, San Diego, Cal.; Mrs JinvOMarcella) Maham, Lancaster, Calif.;» Mrs Bob (Bernice), Peebles, Japan, and Eugene, Waterloo. 'There are 1ft grandchildren. . ' , ; - Harold KrUeger and'-daughter, Rachel, of Minneapolis s were weekend guests at the ''home ot Mr and .Mrs Lester Callies and Sue. 'Rachel remained until'Wed- nesday. ^ - •>, '* Mi* and Mrs ,Amos Krominga and Diane, Mrs Henry D. Harms, Vicki and Bradley, visited over the weekend with Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga and.Mr and Mrs DeLois DunnTvan and their fam ilie's at Rockford, HI. ' Mr and , ! Mrs Lester Callies entertained in"., hohor t . of their daughter Sue's «6hfirmation. Present were*' Harold Kru4ger anc 'Rachel of Minneapolis, Rev. anc Mrs B., H. Schwerin and family Mr" and'.Mrs Herbert Rakow, Mrs Dqra rJlakow,' Bill and Verla Brandt,' 1 Mr' and Mrs Leonard Callies, Mrs Martha, Boyken and Sherry Boyken. 'Eight youths of 'Good,JIope Lutheran church and six njem'- ber's ,of Immanuel/'.L u>t h e r a n, church ,were ^.confirmed Palm FIRE A crib containing 11,000 bushels of corn burned to the ground recently on the Oren Ahrend farm near Clarion, Heat from the' fire iterally melted part of the cement structure and melted the 6 inch layer of snow off the roofs of neighboring ^arm buildings. Fet._ Mertz ahd Mrs Bernard WicHtesi*', dahl, Mrs Vicicr" Meyer "Because'* accompahied by Richard KSnselh. 'Beverly ._,__„ ler gave a monologue, ,tudy and"' Joleen Wirtz sahg, "Fo,fevei' artd Ever", accompanied by Mrs Wichtendahl. _*' Carolme Banwart of West Send regtetere'd the (guests. Helpihg Chrystal opetf her gifts' wer'e Mrtf Ivan Schmidt of West Bend ahd Hazel Anlikef of Algona, Beverly Mogler and Judy Wirtz,' , " Chrystal is the daughter of Mr*S' Anna Sehmidt aftd the late Mike Schmidt. She was married Sun- 1 day* March S3, to Reuben Luthi' of Morris, Minn, at the Apos-tblic ChUrch at West Bend. • Hostesses were .Mrs Clarence Batter, Mrs Mike Frohling, Mrs Eugene Bruellman, Mrs Ivan' Evenson, \Mrs Kermlt Fowler, Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl, Mrs, Martin 'Meyer 1 , Mrs Rajf Freidenj Mrs Verner Wirtz, •• Mrs Peter Mertz 1 and Mrs'Irvin Mogldr. < '• The American ' Region Auxi- 1 liary met Tuesday, for an all day rag sewing at the home of 'Mrs Richard Kinseth. • ' The Lutheran \V.M.F. met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors' with'.Mrs Percy Watncm and Mrs Donald Usher as hostesses. Scripture and prayer were 'given by Rev. Harold Mountain. -A skif'was given by Mrs Melvln Ellingson, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs HJ. J. Nielsen, Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs Leo Tofteberg. The lesson was given by Mrs Louis Jacob- fton. ,»u.-m.jUmii' V& 1 Mas **** w» ~^ " Started ft gt» St, Joe. fht Jufti moved wife recen \m :er •BHa.'WuiJpeBmov? ed to the lot h^pi<»f;lim;Mir# Hiding. '- hA'^1^^^ Mr and Mrs Mfd^ilhiafe planning on I ahd that will ,, r . of the Tony;Bfe6kfef3'fifid-^;uth of Mr and Mrs tfohg Uhul's v H6ffl,e2 ^^B^^^ijji ****' ^ 5 c ^!*^ ' ^^ nS" Regular monthly^«Ineetiftt, }'$ Riverdale Rustler^" i,>was",tt'eld[ March 21. DemohStfatibhs A'by; 'Jaftet Reding and Jpatriisla R'id 4 ing, Bernadett^ and^ortora HtU bert and 'Janei RedlHg^Tid'MftW Sue Reding gaVe talks,Thilges, Mary lllg and'- Ferstl were in 6har'ge' of tion* The annual; clothing drlv¥ was also ,,held ( «> Hostesses v wefe Judy and Maty Lou,Wa'gnei? f ani^ their mother.'. ' •'-, ./• '^ ;;, r\ Rustlers' Unit' 1 2 -al^o, met .Mar> 21. Demonstrations ',by v ROsella* lllg and Sandy;0*Brie'ri,-Study,by' Sandy O'Brien. • L"6is-Erpeldlng and her 1 mother were hostesses. "-, Mr,-and Mrs 'Joe. Vollmer and Mr and,,.Mrs Frank''Stattlertmn from Bancroft were Friday evening, visitors here In the Edward Thilges home, Mrs -Thilges is a sister of Mrs Vollmer and Frank Stattlemann. Mrs Ralph Kramer»oame home Thursday from St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge where she had been a surgical patient. • Jo Ann Erpeldlng and Marilyn' Bormann spent the weekend here with home folks from St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital .School' 6f Nursing in Sioux City*. JoAhn • will return home - Thursday to spend <& B#St J.1 M' m rlMs '•*=?,' •tSj , 1 Mfif.wj'. t r >s m W &*? M i«.o.'£ < it • •*"': '%&*&* •fjf" iere «!,!' m ife » f ' ! ,v: r -«\ i ,^-"^ •<•.?, I /d-i-V «, ,1 i 1 fc»>J "I ft u '-, ,;. :^^ ,' t yj» ->:<'. is? 1 .: N •fv,?'^ JJK ;V "': «& >>, ,' i ,«; '^s ; •m 1-5^5 h><m.!, '^.^-t «'!(??! •:v?a I LH.LTS 'M 'SifW t ij. u tg . '• m^ >b -Mf» Itf. •:&. i<pt&* ',>&K ^w \ 3, ^m ^w •&i &W SV»i'?'-: ^in» •t-' ;IA : fyfey 1 *' s&* V& m v-JfS" A**;' TK^V'#<>"* ,»^ ( *AF-^'^' ^rt • Graciously -/, '„ '-"'. 'i* •;*/,Served • ft w II Hi V^i LX' ik '*"i £J K: , i T »i '•-(»., - vbW Sr , - ' f S-.:^.».< COFFEE SHOP And DINING ROOM - THE \J* , STER t the GHR E STARTS HERE H LI All-WOOL WORSTED EVERY-DAY SUPER BUY AT ONLY t EXTRA wecr! lots of 1H 2. EXTRA 3. EXTRA pfe« retenttoftl 4. EXTRA easy-car* WE ARE READY , We've never, had a more beautiful and comprehensive showing of fashionable ladies apparel than we now' have in stock for your 4 selection. And we've never been more ready for you with five courteous/ experienced sales ladies, eager to please and satisfy you. And remember, we have one of the best ahd most efficient alteration departments in this part of the State. •,< All this helps to make Easter shopping as REAL PLEASURE. ! THIS IS ANOTHER 'SUIT SPRING' our own, Passport 55% Dacron 45%,worsted /ravef-perfecf res/sfs so// and vvrfnkl/ng never-before^ "colors pane/- p/eafed bacfe jby Moorda/e 7 fo ?7 $49.98 ' Suits are again "on top" for Spring 1959, And we have such a lovely group in both the moderately priced styles at $22,98 and $25.00 and in the better wool models at $49.98. Both juniors/ misses and half sizes are here and you may be sure of a fit. . ' , V OVER 1000 NEW DRESSES »an ( U$bor\ green, , fiomfaoy gold, ngyy, Yes, we actually have over 1000 NEW SPRING DRESSES in stock for you for your Easter, costume. There ,are Cottons, prints/ silks and |ust about everything that's new in 'the Fashion picture, All sizes too — frpm classy juniors in 7 to 15 to misses from 10 to 20 ^and then many, many half sizes from 12 '/ 2 to 24i/ 2 , Come in while .all these ranges are complete and while you're SURE tb find what you're looking for. \ ' • * ' A '" ' • THE NEW COATS fiRE GOftGEOUS •¥&&*£« y -VTTW j VJ&4 « I&l.- TX.V* WJ<* ,V ^^%i* ^^i "^^ »B^—• ViP-y ',£; jj,s u -**;*tt ^v^v^v;-$ .>fc'i r Jfe rr^V'*, ., The new coats are "out'0f.thjs*world" ^ gr»c«fu|, with flowing lines, distinctive materials and mpderate pri?e f Where can you find a better combination than this. Aftfr s.lon^ gloomy winter/ it's such a joy to slip into a iight'wVl8ht/gr«tful «oaf and r $ fl ||y FigU the joy of Springtime, Prices range from, $17,98 to $49.95 and we are quite sure you'll find (us! tjie garment you're looking for In this grind selection, discussing lettf§/' "F " my^ Mom aftd., ten It" '•> - g Jot- M meed." s&id , w -,•'.' The , , Hrfd. bless hftr let -, being* sol 1 ; who still uses a gds t&h§a thai '- tAust -t b& c-lii-' Vrilh ; « urtatch > "should j pauseU&^hittkt h6w many s 'manr . exl *a • hbuSrs ,she , sjpeftds? picking up 'a; match; Hghling , it, . .blowing it out, ' disposingVofJit./ And! all ,to * light ' ? a ; burner, Repeat this operation lot' several burners, t( for seVerarmealS' week faf let week, ' nionth after * month. » , An .automatic-, gas r&iige,; 'of ' ' course, hafe' Mil 'automatic pilot to'tfurn'dn the^gas. *'•'•'!,' , , \>v , ,„,<-, ^ • i; , * ..' ;*. . -K ; ."Love-making is the same as .it always has been,".' said the ''young girl.' "Ho'w'-do' you know?", asked her mother. "I'veijust been fead- • infl a book,"rthe,,<,girl r6ftlied, .'fabout a Greek t'maiden who" sat '. all evening;' lis'tening r :to.' a ayre!" - - l -K * '/•K^' 1 - 1 -^"*'' '-tot " ' Diner: "That ham sandwich I just ate v should -have fbeen, ' called a, Highlander >•. sand- « wich." .', "- >i, ' is S'!. , Waiter: ."Why?" , , '. ) Diner: "The bread wasTso Ihin that the meat Was com, ing. through 'the rye.". • *' >'.'-Ki/. -K v Supposing a favorite food is o» a top burner and it's a recipe that takes an hour or less to * cook? Don't stay in the kitchen standing over it, watching it,' glancing at the clock /every few minutes to be sure it 'doesn't get ',over- , done. Instead, set,-a" mechanical • clock. A clock'' that keeps tracjc ' o£ any 'length of time up to 60 ,' minutes. Its 'bell' rings "loud" eri- „ ough to, hear and is -a reminder - , ,'that it's time to take the food off the gas range. ' • , ' - -* .,.*' *-, *>. , A very small boy was cry- • ; ing papers on a street corner. A kindly passerby asked thd lad 'if he "was making much' money. "Oh", I don't 'make i nothing said the boy. "I git my papers -front 'Butch; over yonder fer five < cents each and sell 'em .fer a nickel." "Then .why, my little man,' do you ^selll papers?" "Oh."/ „ said- the , lad blandly, "just 1* ' git a chance t', holler." ' • : ' ? '•*' •*,*'•*., •*. "Now, be sure; and Write plain on those bottles 1 ,'/ 'said- the farmer. t6 the druggist, "so "as ^'11 -know which/ is for the wife, and which is for'tlje horse. I don't want anything to. happen to that horse." ..-*,.*.-•* * „ All you need' to keep .you out of -the '.kitchen and away from cooking! drudgery is an, automatic clock which can be , set hours ah6ad of time, which automatically turns on .' the gas, when an oven meal should 'start' cooking 'and automatically turns off the gas when 1 the', food is , cooked. Why. worjfy about eggs fry- ( ing, to a crisp, cocoa developing a scum, or delicate sauc- * es and cus>iards,spoiling when you can have a ' thermostatic top burner heat , .control' which will automatically maintain the desired temperature completely eliminating , ' burning, over' cooking or s boil overs? 'Best of all, you . needn't even' be in the kilch- , en .while! these delicate foods are cooking. , , The day after a city boy arrived for his first day at a farm, the ^cow was stolen from there. The farmer seemed quite perturbed but the city boy assured him: "Well, whoever took it can't go far, Your wife" drained its crankcase," ' **«*•* Human nature is that which makes s you swear at the driver when you are a pedestrian and, at the pad* estrjan when you are a driv» Qne rewpw for ,the teacher shortage arrived home breathlessly to announce sh,e'd 'received the f»rst of a new type of, comprc' hensive reppr^ card in, nigh school, "itygot ^U kinds of »t»t« istics ^nd stuff pn it," she inform* ed her mother, as sfte fished through her books for the report card, "Look at this!" she exclaimed, pointing tQ one pf a mass of jtems. «They gave me a F in sex and. J didn't even fcnpw I was. " '

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