The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1961
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Children Baptized ,,, Baptismal rites were held last week Sunday in St. Cecelia Catholic church for Michael Allan, son of Mr and Mrs Allan Wagner, Phillip John, son of Mr and Mrs Edward Foertsch, Douglas Ray, • son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Leigh. C.D.A. Meeting C.D.A. will meet Thursday evening at the V.F.W. hall. Refreshments will be served by the losing side of the membership drive Each person is requested to bring a wrapped "white elephant." Trinity Lutheran Church Elm & Garf ield - Algona, Iowa G. J. C. Gerike, Pastor Invites you to its Lenten and Easter Services. February 15th, 7:30 P.M. "Across the Cedron Valley." John 18, 1. February 22nd, 7:30 P.M. "My heart is nearly breaking." Matt. 26, 38. March ls*t, 7:30 P.M. "The traitor had given them a sign." Matt. 26, 48. March 8th, 7:30 P.M. "I don't know the man." Mark 14, 71. March 15th, 7:30 P.M. "He deserves to die." Matt. 26, 66. March 22nd, 7:30 P.M. "They put the cross on.his back." ,Luke 23, 26. March 30th, 7:30 P.M. "Given and Shed for you." Luke 22, 19.20. March 31st, 7:30 P.M. "Nailed to the Cross." Matt.; 27, 35. April 2nd, Sunrise Service, "The Stone Rolled Away." Luke 24, 2. 10:00 A.M. "The Son of Man Must rise." Luke 24, 7. "We determine to know nothing but Jesus and Him Crucified for the salvation -of all mankind. We invite you to meditate with us during these services. We encourage you to take spiritual inventory during the Lenten season. We ask you to search your hearts. 'Reqlly now, what does Christ mean to 4V you2''-^J;ia^'-^<f£^'i^bli;| accepted Jpjirma&yo^r.^ei&dtidil Sqvferi" 1 bp"yoO ; sincerely ;^o)lio^|m^:.|He ; noVed; you qnd^gave Himself for YOU. ';]Whflt'.Will your faitf) move you to do for Him? If you do ..•not'know 'Kfm, then this is your invitation to get to v .'•? kn <^w < : H i m: J ^ made conformable to His death,;and'to know the:power t ,",of his resurrection." Co-me.!"- : , •.-•'.' ON YOUR NEXT REFILL - .•••.-. • • . -*fc Phone CY 4-3749 For VIKIN G FUEL DIRECT FROM PIPELINE DEPENDABLE ECONOMICAL CLEAN BULK WAGON DELIVERY TO ANY POINT IN CITY OR COUNTRY WKKff PHONE I CY 4-37491 PHONE CY 4-3749 VIKINGOILCO E. S. CARLSON, Mar. Honored On 4Sth Mr and Mrs Robert Steven were honored on their 45th an* niv.ersary at an open house at tlieir home Sunday, Jan, 29. The anniversary caKe was three tiered and decorated in blue and yellow. White wedding bells from rheir wedding were used in decorating the home. Mis Steven earned the hankerchief from their wedding 45 years ago. Eight of the twelve children were in attendance. They were Mrs Virgil (Emily) Shackelford and Darrell of Algona, Raymond of Wesley, Bill and Dean of Sartell, Minn., Mrs Melvin (Gatha) Olson of St. Paul, Minn., Mrs Gene (Ivalou) Huling of Brilt and Wendell of Laurens. Twentythree grandchildren and two great-grandchildren also attended. Riverdale Club Meets Fifteen members of the Riverdale Friendly Club met last Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs Lawrence Thilges, with Mrs Hubert O'Brien assisting. After a short business meeting, 500 was played. Mrs August Bernau receiving high and Mrs Paul Thilges, second high. Guests were Mrs Rosa Stattlemann, Mrs Edward' Thilges, Mrs Paul Thilges, and Mrs Martin Frideres. A tasty lunch was served. Bill Smith, 5 Bill Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Don Smith, Jr., was five years old Tuesday. His mother entertained four little friends at a birthday party that afternoon. They were Maury Graham, Duane Stock, Steve and Kathy Doocy. His grandparents, Mr and Mrs D. f P. Smith, were guests that evening. Logues Hosts Mr and Mrs Duane Logue entertained their card club Sunday evening. High score prizes were won by Mr and Mrs James Egli. Low score prizes went to Henry Geilenfeld and Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld. Kenneth Geilenfeld won travel prize. Sunday Dinner*-. \Vfemen of St. Cecelia Guild are serving dinner at noon and evening Sunday, Feb. 12, at the academy hall. The menu is sViss steak, mashed potaticjksl .and gravy,,, tH^/^ed!') > pfea 7 s > '''' cabbage slaWj>Jrplisn''iilate, jello salad, hot rolls, pie and coffee. Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor lodge met Monday evening. Those on .refreshment committee were Mrs Bert Muekey, Mrs Herbert Schauer and Mrs Glenn Strayer. Leaders Met Girl Scout leaders met Monday evening at the Bryant school with Mrs Allen Wagner in charge. ing in sociology and physical education. Mrs Mary Oesterreicher and Magdaline Bleich of Wesley entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Jim and Johnette Bleich, honoring their birthdays.. Mr and Mrs Reece Martin, Mr & Mrs Jim Bleich, Johnette Bleich and Magdeline Bleich, all of Wesley, and Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City were present. Missionary Is Appointed From LuVerne Staff LuVerne — The school of Missionary meeting was held at the LuVerne Methodist church Sunday. The meeting opened with a six o'clock pot-luck dinner enjoyed by 108 present. Classes for all age groups followed. Guest speaker was Rev. Thomas, Sears, pastor at Geneva, Iowa. He showed films and gave a talk on his recent trip to the Near East Rev. Worthic Usher announced the appointment of a short term, three year missionary, Jean Janssen. Miss Janssen, whose home is at Floyd, has been and is at present, the commercial teacher in the LuVerne Community school the past four years. Hospital Report Mrs Anna Goetsch was taken by ambulance Sunday to Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt for treatment. Fred Behnkendorf was moved Sunday from Hancock Memorial hospital to the home of his daughter, Mr and Mrs Eddie Gleason at Waterloo. He suffered a stroke earlier. Mrs William Goetsch entered St. Ann hospital, Algona Tuesday and underwent surgery. Bjorn Hjelmeland underwent surgery at University hospital, Iowa .City, ten days ago. He is the son of Mr .sndrj'Mrfe Peder Hjelme!a.ndj'^p'fcuVerne, and is a senior ! at LuVerne high school. day evening were: At the Earl John home, high, Lee Day and Mrs Vfitti Daley, low, Mr and Mrs Clifford Hol« tncs, nine bid, Mrs Bert De Nio. The Feb. 18 party at the Bert De Nio home. At the James Stahl home high, Mr and Mrs Keith Voss. Nine bid, Mrs Voss. The Feb. 18 party at the Keith Voss home. At the Jerry Krause home, high, W. Raymond Legler, Mrs Edwin Marty, low, Edwin Marty and Mrs Lugler. Travel Mrs Curf Us Morgan. The next party with Mr and Mrs Marty. At the Henry A. Hefty home, high, Mr and Mrs.Harding Hansen, second high, Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner, travel Mrs Robert Nielsen. The Feb. 18 party at the Harding Hansens. Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler returned Saturday from a mon* th's vacation visit in Henderson, Nevada spent with their daughter Mr and Mrs Fred Pfeiffer and children. Mrs Freda Steussy of ..Algona visited Wednesday and Thursday with her brother, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach, Mary Bartdo Of Ledyard To Wed Swea City Man Ledyard — Mr and Mrs Mar- ciol Bartolo announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Ann of Des Moines, to Phillip Tokheim of Swea City. The wedding will be -Saturday, Fob 25, at Sacred Heart Catholic church In Cedyard", Miss Bartolo is employee! by the Bankets Ofe Insurant company in Des Mbines and f okheim is attending Iowa State University at Ames. ' Couple Honored Mr and Mrs L. H. Junkermeief 1 were guests of honor at a co6pe- rative dinner held by their chil* dren at their home Sunday in observance .of. their 51st wedding anniversary. They were presented a gift by their children. ' :*•Rev. Victor Vriesen was an afternoon guest and had scripture and prayer with the honored couple after which lunch was sfer- ved. In attendance were Mr arid Mrs Elmer Junkermeier and Lamont of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Marvin Junkermeier and family of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Williahi Kading of Lone Rock, Mr . and Mrs Paul Arend and family 'pi Burt, Mr and Mrs Ervin Junkermeier and family of Fairmoht, Mr and Mrs Caryl Owens and family of Winnebago ad Shirle'y Smith of Lakota. .'•> The 75th anniversary of the observance of the World Day oi Prayer will be held at the local Methodist Church Feb. 17 at 2:15, with Mrs Glen Burrow in charge of the service. Rev. F. G. Samek Will be the speaker. Harold Herzog, manager of the Rock Island Lumber Co., and Pete Eichen of Rake, manager of the Lumber Yard there, left Sunday for a paint company meeting in Kansas City. Rev. Victor Vriesen, pastor of Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church, accompanied by the Rev. Harry Stroessmer of the Hosts Bridge Club Mrs William Watkins was hostess to her bridge club members Tuesday evening. Cards Tonight Mrs Donald Armstrong is entertaining her bridge club this evening (Thursday). Sewing At Wills Mrs Fred Will entertained hei Thimble Club Monday afternoon Business Sold Titonka — Sonus Isebrand has sold liis produce business to his son Hichard, with possession being given immediately. Richard hiis worked with his father since 1946 and has also operated a bulk fertilizer truck. He is a member of thu town council, Chamber of Commerce and commander of the local American Legion Post. Semis has operated the business for the past 17 years, having bought the business from Albert Young in 1944. In Now Building The Botsforcl Lumber Co. has recently moved into their new qucirU.Ts, south of the old location. The new building, 85 by 117 feet, erected by Isebrand Construction, will hold 250,000 feet of lumber. The new office is 20 x 27, and there is also a display room that is 20 x 27. Queen Candidate Joy Tjaden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Steven Tjaden of Titonka, is a candidate for Winter i Snorts Queen at St. Olaf College, I Norlhiiclii, Minn. She is one or seven candidates to preside over Winter Sports Days, Feb. 9-11. Joy is a junior at St. Olaf, ma.jor- "Wild Slid wherries" Wednesday only, at 8:40 • MA & PA Kettle" ihursdya thru Saturady 7:00 and 9:40 "Chatroosc Caboose" at 8:25 Friday Midnight Show "Headless Ghost" 11:15 P.M. "Horror Of The Black Museum" 12:20 Saturday Denial Shr-- "Dogs Best Friend" Pin o Cartoons. 10 A. .V. and 2 P.M. . s " '-^ "Tl i 'i jss Is Greener" lil'U - a:10 . 5:20 - 9:45 . '.'.u'juy thru Wednesday Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartnejj were Sunday visitors with his sister Mrs Minnie Dickie at Mason City. Guests Saturday evening in Ih William Goetsch home were M and Mrs Carl Goetsch and Mr and Mrs William Funk of A| gona. Mrs Jess Liudebak cntertainei canasta 8 Saturday evening. Mr;i Harold Meyer was a substitute player. High, Mrs Walton D< Wjtt, second high, Mrs S. R. Bak-- er, low Mrs Frank Gronbach. i Earl John has been hired as mechanic for Kossuth county? maintanencc to begin work Fcbj 15. Earl has been mechanic at the LuVerne Implement Com4 bany. j Herman Schulz is now able tq be about town greeting his many friends. Herman was injured in a fall Nov. 5 at the LuVerne Co- Op Elevator. He was hospitalized but is showing much improvement now. Sunday guests in the Wayne Sanford home were his brothei Mr and Mrs Francis Sanford ann family of Badger and their mother, Mrs Jessie Sanford. Mr and Mrs James Stahl and .^irls were Sunday evening din- nr Euefts of Mr and Mrs John Dickmann and family at Algona. Mr and Mrs Leslie Fargo or Sunrise Beach, Mo., were Sunday breakfast guests of Mr and Mrs J. O. Cox. Mr and Mrs George Studei visited Saturday and Sunday in fndianola with her niece, Mr ami Mrr. Donald Cook. Eunice Hefty, student nurse at Des Moines w:is a week end visi tor with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry C. Hefty and family. Winter 500 card parties Satur- ALGONA Tonite (WED.) Only CURTAIN TIME 8:15 * yum f ERIEf * ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! TIME- "Inamar Bergman is one of the most peculiarly gifted and demoniacally creative movie maker? of modern times. 'Wild Strawberries' hoi been Widely nccloimaj us his masterpiece .»moshinqly beout'f.'! to see." INGMAR .BtRliMAN'S ALGONA SUN. THRU CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P. M. ' The trouble with house parties is ... you never can tell which parties will end up playing house! .the trusting husband! ! ...the restless wife! ...the impatient rival! ] ..the "innocent"bystander? "THE GRASS IS GREENER" >>>PKO VES MT VARIETY® THE $p, CE PLUS COLOR CARTOON AND SHORT SUBJECT NONA/ HERE! OSDdgQ McCULLOCH ONE/41 CHAIN SAW ONLY $162.50 • Weighs only 17 pounds (less bar) • New easy-to-reach chain oiler • Pirect-drive for light-touch putting t Dependability proved in torture tests • Simplified choke and other fast-start features, TOP TRAPE-INSI More chain saw for the money. NORTON MACHINE WORKS West of Courthouse Square P alrmoftt St. John's Evangelical ind ftefonfted , Church, recently attended a meeWiig in Minneapo- is to hear plafis of a new seminary to be located in the New Brightbn area, brought about by the merger of the Mission Mouse geftiinary at Sheboygan, Wis. and tlie Yanktbn Seminary, Vankton, South Dakota. ' ATTENTION KIDDIES! _ SATURDAY AT 10 a,m, and 2 p.iit. ~ m Warm Your Heart Chill It BILL WILLIAMS MARCIA HENDERSON 'in in H i ' PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS Free Admission With Approved Dental Card Tickets Otherwise — Regular Admission ATTEND THE MORNING SHOW FOR BETTER SEATING THURS, Thru SAT. for People 2 BIG FUN-PACKED FEATURES the //ILAKIOUS Characters -from "TheB6Garil "... MAIN ' PERCY KlLPRIDE .iti, RICHARD LONG -MEG RANDALL SECOND LAFF-RIOT HIT Chartroose Caboose 5 MOLLY BEE BEN COOPER EDGAR BUCHANAN • FRIDAY NIGHT AT 11:15 • MIDNIGHT -.SHOW ( 2 TERRIFYING CHILLERS! DOORS OPEN AT 10:30 P.M. IT PUTS YOU IN 2nd Thriller! TEENAGERS IN THE HAUNTED CASTLE!

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