The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1959
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&• &r*1p*M tla.) Upper DM Msitttt Thursday, April 23, 1959 Portland Clubs | Meet During Past Week Pofttand — The Four Corner Social Club held a special, inert* ing nt the horn? t>f Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, Tuesday evening. Nine €rib comforters were put together and tied. Mrs Lloyd BarU lett'had made some baby clothes and other clothing was packed in two different Orphanages. Those present were Mesdames, Ted Hike, Herman Harms, BemaYd Phelps, Hazel Carroll, Lloyd Bartlctt, W. .1, Stewart, Levels Larson and Victor Fitch. The Portland Progress Club mot April 16 at the home of Mrs Jako Smith with Mrs Ben Larnpc and MrS Jay Steven, assistant hostesses. There were three guests, Mrs Glen Zwiefel, Mrs Harry Christensen and Vivian Dutlon. Mrs Robert Kain was in -charge of the program. Names were drawn and Mrs Lloyd Bart- lell, Mrs '-Frank 'Becker and Mrs C, L, Young-each went home with a cake. ,,Mrs Harold Becker had •fun titrie. 'She nexll meeting will be held Thursday afternoon. -May 21, at the home of Mrs Ray Fitch, w^th.'iMrs .Frank Becker and Mrs Victor Fitch assistant hostesses. Bring your wedding or family picture, (or a picture of yourself when you were young). Portland Pennies 44t The Portland Pennies, ^girls 4-H, mot Thursday evening, April 16, al the home of Linda Fairbanks. Demonstration by Mary Jane Latnpe. Mrs A. L, Rasmussen was guest Mother of the •Month. The next mwting will bo held Thursday evpuing, May 21. at the home of Catherine Trunk- hill, whore final plans will bc> made for Rally Day. Mrs Harold Lampe wUl be Mother of the Month. • Mr and Mrs Arky Nelson wore Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Mrs Arky Nelson has been employed In tho telephone office, in Algona, for the past month. Mr and Mrs Leroy Phelps and boys wwe Sunday evening visitors in the Bernard Pholps home. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary, Kenneth Trenary and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Dugan home. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday evening visitors al the home of Mr and' Mrs John Miller. * : Mr and Mrs Goodwjn Bcrgerut had their infant sun, Miehae" John, baptized Sunday. Tha grandparents, Mr and Mrs Metn dert Schmidt, Wamqr Schmid and Mr and Mrs John were Sunday dinner Michael John was born guests. March 27 and is now three weeks old. Junkermeiers Observe 50th At Ledyard Ledyard — Mr ahd Mrs Edward A. Junkermeier, Burt, observed thejr golden -Wedding anniversary April 19 with open house at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church at Ledyard. Their children wert! hosts and hostesses. Alma Junkermeier w'as dining room hostess, Neoma Junkermeier had the guest book and Irene Daubenberger opened the gifts, Mrs Reuben Lutter and Mrs Al Stegenga cut and sewed the cake, Mrs Pat Pultkamer and Mrs Bill Spain served the, pUftch and Mrs Henry Selberg and Mrs Harold Hendrfckson poured the coffee, About 250 relatives and friends were present for the program and dinner. LuVerne Eager Beavers LuVefne Eagei- Beavers mei April 13 in the? LuVielrfie Town Hall, , The meeting wti chlledi Id order by John Schade., ' ' * John Sch'adc arid Bob Bfistow were elected to gd to,4-H District Camp,. Gaylen Wetzel was elected to go to Shortcourse at Ames. LuVerne Its Golden Anniversary The Good: Witt net Thursday, April 16, lit the LuVerne tbwft hall. The rfWfet* honored the 50th annlverMry of the founding of the clutb. Hostesses wer« Emma Krafctse. Mrs. Ofte ftftfriiis, M/S Clyde 13ud- ley and Mrs Geot'ge "SchneteCT. Honored guests wefre fofrtiet members of the clutb, Thfl secretary, Mrs Ted Wagner vra"s in charge of the guest book and each &uest was presented with a corsage, ; '• Mrs Roy Guy, president, presided. Guests 'answered Yoll call recalling some memory they had of the Good-Will club. Letters'Were read from .former members from California,' Arizona, North Dakota atfd Illinois^,- 'The-*<*ntertainjtl«ht ! was: Jn charge of Mrs Patil'-Blumer and Mrs William Erpelding. John Guy* gave a readiftg and sartg, accompanied by' Mr>, H. C, 'Angus of Algona,. In memory of the late Mrs* Archie !Ctimin, a .charter Jmember and'his grand- rnother. Mrs Roy Guy read an Original poem;'; hondf ing the Wfyfpay ike big-car price penalty ? Pay hundreds of dollars leas-save more than ever on gas and upkeep i i i i * whoolbaso RAMBLER AMERICAN $1835 Suutiled rfjllynod price it Ktnosha, Wise , lot 2-doof sedan il lell. SUIt , . Bnd ractl tixti If any, automatic trans* minion ind optional (quipmenl, «xtia. GARAGE, ' -, ! . , f . '• ....... .... s/ I I Sale io be held bfe''the;la*mloqaied: First corner eaft 'of Burt- on. blacktop and 2V2 miles north; 3 s /2 miles south' aricl"on9 mile east dnd % mile sou .h of Bancroft, on or 94 HEAD OF HIGH GRADS HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTU 2 Cows ihiyd calf fresh in December. 1 Coyr third calf >'frah an February. 3 Cows 'second calf : fresh in January. , 1 ,Cow sqcond calf fresh in March, I '8 JHei'ferS'jfrMTh in December. r . 4 Jleifers 4j;esh in January, *• Purebred" 2-year-old Holslftn bull withoilt je, abpv,e.iatlle have been tested for Bangs ^and T.B* in last 80 days. . 22 Head of Beef Cattle 4 Holslein fleers on full feed, .weight 1000 to 3 Mixed Steers, weight about 350 pounds. 2 Hereford" Steers on full feed, weight about lOQQ pounds. Hereford Jlieifer .on full feed, weight about SALE TO START. AT 12:45 P. M. SHETLAND PONY 8 YEAR OLD MARE. Mr and Mrs ArtWeisd o^Al* visited with •ffleftdsf FJMay evening and at the Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson, Si% home.' Mr and'Mrs Metvitt Marty and bo>s visited with bis uttcle Adam Marty a patient at Wilfair Haveh at Burt Sunday aflerixooti, Mr and Mrs Andrei Mai-ty L-re Sunday visitors' With Mr ahd Mrs Emil Eggerth and 'family Ventura. Craig, baby son of Mr and Mrsf Jack McClellaii returned Saturday 'from the Fort Dodge Lutheran .hospital "where he was t mtfdical patient lh'6 past week. 3 Mr and Mrs »Melvtn 'Mlarty, boys,'-Dennis and."Douglas,'$rere Friday'.evening dinner guests in the home of her parents', Mr;'' '* Mrs William -'Haftwig In'" Dodge. The occasion was to Celebrate the tenth birthday of Dennis Marty. ' Mrs James Sloter and Danny of forest City visited her 'par- ants, the William Prior family Sunday. ' . jnfcmprj^af- the late Mrs Helena Stripling; ' .Mrs Carl • gwanson paid' ape'fciaji tribute ,tO the Ka> "eh family.,' • ' ' • t *{• Guests attending-.-were Mrs W H. Zentner, Rentoick;,Mrs Andrew Nielson, Ventura; Mrs Free and, Mrs Berniee, .Curran of Blue Earth! Minn., JVjtrs Walter ,eriz, Fairmont, Minn.,fMrs Cath- erifie Miller and Mrs D/E, Mpht- »omcry of Manly, Io\y^; -Mrs C, VI. WhitehiU, Mrs Arijhour - Lsem kee, 'Mrs dharles Clchient, Mrs George Wolf, Mrs Arthilr Krause. Mrs H. C. AngUs," -Mrs LandO, Vtishak all of Algona.'• Also', Mrs- Francis Sarifprd of Badger,'Mr£ Sarry Christensen o| pSumboldt: Vlrs, Andrew, Laubenthsl, Mrs Ro- i*ei;t y Hardcopf' and tMr? Anna Hanselmdn, 'LuVern$.' |, Mrs Hoy G(iy poured - ^ ', jitBi-Fpr-FuniClub' ,,' Just-For-Fun C^rdvClub were guests ir| the Geoi'ge;Stbdcr home with Mrs ' John 'Stampka co- lostess. At playh high 1 , Mrs Don Miller; low,. Mrs »Dean' Bowman, and travel;' frid, niric, 'Mrs Harold Meyer: 'This was the last meeting urjtil, resumed in the J. J. Club Elects i 5 \J.. J,.. Club were guests Friday i ^thfe';'MfS' J!arl Manning home. Officers' Qlected were? ?presidont> "' •"" -'- """ If: yiceipresident, '" • secretary; Mrs treasurer, Mrs > u \ & JS^.' 1 " J" V *,r ¥3*-j *•-• vf X * VlX LEDYARD NEWS Methodist Circles .-will meet next' Thusrday, April 23rd ,as follows: The Esther Circle will meet at the "home-of "Mrs Albert Barnes with 'Mrs Glen Burrow as- assisting hostess. The,, Mary Circle will Jtieet at thfe church' on. Thursday* .eyenfag" ^Jlth Mrs -12d- : <ward -' Kftorier T iajid' .Mi's,T£KI' B, 1 Mayer" a?' Matesiife?, ""-*!, ^'*' #fy Dr. and • Mrs >]?aul Wilson and sons David ^arid Dexter, Waterloo,, 1 were'weekend guests at,thfe honie of .Mrs/Marie Halvprs'on, anSl Marvel";.' , , 'f''* '- ?•* v'-r, ; .'.>! , >'',: . ,, A. relic of City!& pa^t was uncovered ; rece_ntly.'{by meh-- .who -/Srettearin hous&. %; ;,Th&^^li(? - ap a stone ' pulley" that may 'have been used in one of the' country's early grinding JnillsJ Tha'^heel, which ' appears; to"-have*" been carved ftiom native' v 'sand ,s,tone was found in a barn that-was believed .to ,be about 100 ye^ars old. J'Jtii every partoi Iowa, w^Btpnfei " tiaHhvestmehts - » f; t !' '" * V ' /andltisti^'.Kas al stores, manufi everyday*; i "In aaditioil to tins, die brewing industry spends over $27,000,000,001-(.(. 1st . ' ' , . • - ° v J. , w->'^ . •"«:'. -:-:, ••-V- ' Vc^v /ijenty, we.certainly can agree " •*^v, : •.-*.**.;. f-'-w v;'- p,'t r •„ -,.-,. JUNITED STATES,BREWERS FOUNDATION-IOWA DIVISION-814 UBERTy-'BLDG.-DE^MOINESrfAi^ , ' ' I/? -< ' » t -'» ?>' ^tt'tj-ff't, H * "I f-i f 1 _ /, ,, f ' ' i • f i ' ' '"t 1 ' ^^> . ^ -t ->' . t v •*••••*•• if i, i ' '• • • * ' V^'WUJVjWWWVpJ^^ v:w -t^r''--'^ *;>- r ';.'^ ( ",' :"' ., '<• v: -. - /f ? 19 head of Holslein Heifers weighing from 900 and 1000 pounds, jusl bred. 1 Brown Swiss 'Heifer, bred. 25 Wisconsin Holslein Heifers weighing from 400 to 600 Ibs., open. 15 Wisconsin Hplslein Heifers, weighing from 300 io 400 Ibs.. 18 Holstein Heifers weighing from 200 'to 300 Ibs. The above Heifers have all been calfhood vaccinated and T,B. tested in last 30 days, • 8 Holslein Steers, weight from -200 to 600 pounds. 4 Mixed Heifers, pounds, weight from 300 to 400 Form ! Machinery itfonai H, Tractor jr-iih.Sup'er.JJ.Jeit ani overdrive. — 1955 Case 65 Combine, PTO, 446 i!4'row Corn Planier'on rubber with feriilizer attachments, ?.0-fl, Massey<Harris Disc, i The Christianaires class ,met Thursday evening with -Mr 'and MI'S Donald Hungate, hgsts. Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens led the devotions'- ahd gave "the lesson study. After routine- business the .entertainment waskin charge of Mv' and Mrs Carroll Marty Guests were the Misses Geraldine Uhlmann-.and Sheila Hanson and Mr and Mrs E. Husenian. Attending ithe concert ol thc- Westmar College Choir of Lc- Mars, vin Fort Dodge Friday evening from- LuVerne were: the Rev. and Mi'SiJ. Paul Stevens, Mr and' Mrs .Wiljiam A. Marty and Kenneth, Mr and Mrs Henry,, Marty and Marie Kay, Mr and Mrs Carroll Marty, Mr and Mrs Fred Mcrlde and Mnrgene, 'Mi and Mrs Harry Naffziger, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty, LaVonne Maass, Mr and Mrs Mclvin Marty and boys. Miss Ruth Ann Hinz of Washington, D. C. arrived Friday in .Mason City by air for a visit with ,her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Hinz, - brothel's, the Myrpn Hinz family and S/Sgt. J. D. Hinz family here on furlough. Mr'and Mrs Julius Gramonz of Des Moines visitecl Thursday with his sisters, Mrs C. Baumgartnev •md Mrs Fred • Baumgartner and their families. • Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sorensen c>[ Cedar Rapids visited Friday to Sunday with,Mr and Mrs Harry Lichly, Mr and Mrs.Richard Gronbaeh and 'children visited nor parents Mr- aVid Mrs Olaf Kleveland at Goldfield Thursday evening, The occasion honored the birthday of Mrs Kleveland which was Fri- 'day, April 17, •Mrs Emma Nelson has returned from her winter stay in Los Angeles near her daughter, Harriet, Mr and Mrs James Phillips and Amy. Mrs Nelson is now visiting with her daughter Dotty, the George Schwartz iamily in Des Moines, She has rented a home in Corwith for the summei near her daughter Eleanore, the Merlin'Bakers, Weekend Visitors in the Arthur W. Dimler home were then daughter, Mr and Mrs Jame? C AL EN D , pfJinter,est;f(Wd! Hope!) To, Housdwiyes JIT the .Area , SEE US FOR BETTtRDRYCtEAWNG v AIWAY5 - ' PHONiCY 4-^265- For .OUR SRECIALTYl ,, * , Vou ladies will 'be' tnost pleasantly sur' prised with your windows, after letting us rejuvenate winter- weary curtains. We return, them •• io ' you beautifully done, all hand-washed in our separate curtain'-dept« where we take curtain measurements ;fir.s't and af ier washing carefully stretch them back to that same exact size for you. A trial will convince you. . Storage Box Plan! When you change io Spring things, do those '•heavy winter. duds take up a lot of closet Mtoom? Of,<"course they, ,, dd.. That's , why so, ,msn.y housewives-' use -our* -Sta-Nu. Storage Box Plan. Upon your •call, we send you the,, big Sta-Nu Storage Box, you fill it, we clean "everything beautifully f r e s-h and • store for you^in moth-; , proof '.vauUr.r-uhvtil;. wanted. It's"-the -best!; Oh, ves , Ajsril weather is tricky ' in Iowa. You might not want to "part with" ' ivour s fur coat .right yet. Bui when you tfo^ re-, r f member' t 'iihat| storing'" •your> furs .with s "us means that they will - be ; placed jn .modern, mothproof Sperry fur stpragp .vaults in Fort "Dqdge^>for yrhom, we. are bonded agents. <. Ypur 'fur ^co'at. fully', ,and c- J /ed of- Men feel 'better, 'look better, do* better 'when ' Wearing "perfectly laundered and finished shirts. We've just installed a 'new shirt unit at Algona' Launderers & Dry Cleaners, snd'ii'bringSjUp shirts ' like new, really love-, >; ly-lookinej. Yes, ^*wei ,-stw 9!! . buttons *„ on. -, You'll like our really ^painstaking s^irMaun- , •"dering work, we'think.' SAY, PRINCESS •you certainly look like queen of the par-, ' ade in,that sharp-tack gown. Where did it come' from — Paris?" "Why. silly, it's just an old dress I had Sia-Nu dry cleaned at Algona Launderers & f '; D r y -(Cleaners; 1 / - <' ' "Do tell! Let's'have dinner together — so you can'tell me-more- f about Sta-NUl". MOM'S SO HAPPY attachments, ?,0-ft, Masgey-Harrjs Disc, 1 Neville and 'Diane of Ames, Also wood running gear. IHC Tractor Mower, IHC Endgate Mr add Mrs Gerald Hebener of *"d*aulic Loader and Snow Bucket. Fittings to fit tf, M&g'pn "City, sister of Mi's Dimler , - ., -.��,- „.„„... , T ^, 9\ Eyener, Fiat Bale Rack and Running 'Gear. "High; 'Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Gear with Box, Myers^hsUow Well Pump, 10 x 38 Tractor Tire, like new, 2 ft. x 8 ft. Darlene were dinner guests Sun^ 1-* . R i ' Milking Machine" with pipeline for 15 cows.'and three Surge Buckets. Kelvinator day in Paiu'roit with his sister. Mi' and Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf * as Water', Heater. Elect|tc f ,ii«g Washer, Hay Lloy4 capacity. 18-iJ. Hop &ot responsiblie.^ case ol Miscellaneous' „ Mr «ttS Mrs Floyd Patterson oj i Fort Podge were Sunday visitors with their daughter, Mr and Mrs Jack McClellan and family. Pale Larjmw and Ronald Zwei tel left Saturday for entry into army service at Fort Leonard E Wood, Mo. Their parents are Mrs Peajti Bowman, JLu Verne, 'and M? and Mrs 'Maro'F. Xweife] near Clerk: Lone'Rock Theresa 'Assing of ForJ sbent the past week at her apartment in the Lichty Hardware Building. i£aren Nplson visited Friday tc I gunda-y with her Bister, Son.n ' Nelson, ircihinan at Iowa Statt "Yesterday she wash•- ed 'a lot o{ • heavy things — like. sheets, towels and even some rugs. When Daddy got home from' work, Mom was just* beat; Daddy said: "No more'Of that. • honey. You just send 'those things'jo Algona Laundry & Dry Clean, ers, and 'keep looking like my B, W,". So Mom's, really singing on ihe retf-beat Joday!" Woolens, knitted things , winter,,c^o at,s, , 'snow p^ts, i etc? V j'i, i ;npw, ,'that ^pring(/js;- ; peeking ,'ihrOugh', *' ! re ~' member us when you want those items beautifully fresh after, the '•Jong* 'winter. sjrt-lfiU -dry cleaning does 'it. 'Alsoi' did you know that all light 'wool things, like sweaters, we clean separately in puce new solvent?. Qh,. ladies,, they'll J < come back Imagine our embarrassment, when a man/ walked ;in, our .place the other'day and^ 4?k»^ ed: Do you folks clean' snd block., men's hats'? We do, and-have been"* for a 'Vmg time, I^V fact, it's one of our, specialties. We." re-*\ block hats like new, .and, put* on new haf bands, if (idesired. I| hubby's, ,.hat~ -lo o'k s. somewhat w'i n t e r » ,worn let u§ 'haye Just Fill tho Box* 4 , , :'\ ^f *" ; QuVvgreai big" Sta^lSfU ^ Storage Box is the sol« ^^jtpjn"'^ storing heavy winter garments, etc. You'^all us, we send •-" l ' ; * t, you fill storage items, NU dry clean; ahem beautifully, then ; tbP ,'box , arid all is placed in .mothproof want your things next (all* T " ' .?»,... We'- al} know there's something about'fresh- , t ple'aned <Draperies that b'ring a gaiden.fresh 'look into a room. They just seem to 'breathe' Spring, When we Sia?J£ d .W ^ ou i'dw'pes, "~jsh 'in,em /the way, ere measured, of course^ before clean- mg, and returned to STORE YOUR WINTER THINGS . , wh?j:h^'reYJta}Ufs clothes

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