The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1961
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2~Alfl6na (I&J Upper fi& Moliw th>ktti»y, Feb. 23, 1961 (taken. Margaret Keith Top Home Maker In Burt School Burl — Margaret Keith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Keith, has been named the 1961 Betty .Crocker Home Maker of Tomorrow for Burt Community High School. Having received the highest score in a written examination on homemaking knowledge and attitudes, she is now eligible as a candidate for the State Homemaker of Tomorrow. As winner in her school, Mar- can Home Maker of Tomorrow, Oui Of Hospital whose scholarship is increased to Bemard ^^ relurned l() hjs $5000. A record 4 in j 5 < m12 ' 6 home Saturday after „ . in Mercy hospital, Mason garet received an award pin. manufactured by Joslens and representing the slogan, "Home is Where the Heart Is". The winner in the Stale Contest will be awarded a $1500 scholarship and a S500 scholarship goes to 2nd high. Each State winner and her faculty advisor -will receive an expense paid educational tour to New York City, Williamsburg, Va., and Washington, D. C. April 8-13, the trip culminating in the announcement of the All Ameri- Engagement Announced tack, U>e 86 Joe Gross Was recently honor s&^.zzsttlte^tfZf'jry: P. of Estherville. and Mrs George Pearson Lake. An August wedding is being planned Minn. The Burt Woman's Club met School Board Met Monday evening at the home oi Erna Baars with Thecla Christ... , t i **« «« jjutu ^ wn.ii ajj^i.irt >u,iiJiaL- All members of the School ensen and Lillian Fredrickson as- Board, Supl. Harold Martin, and sisting hostesses. Erna Baars secretary, Genevieve Graham Ruth Hodgson, Roger Bullock were in attendance at the regu- g n d Marsha Dremmel were on lar monthly meeting of the Burt the program Community School board. The) Rev . and' Mrs H. A. . Smidt the Burt school, was set at this meeting. To enter kindergarten in 1962 Smidt delivered the message at the final rites for Raymond .Slack. Supt. and Mrs Harold Martin, PLANTATION BALLROOM Whltfemore, Iowa .. , E , 1 ««»«• <««" Mu-s naroia Marim, a pupU must be 5 years old by | Patty Long. Audrey Gardner, and Ort is. .n ICUH ho „, ei,- „,.„, Eve , vn Cher]and attcnded Speech Contest al Fort Dodg Saturday. They attcnded as vis tors in gaining information fo setting up a program in the Burt School for participation in speec Oct. 15, in 1963 he or she must be 5 years of age by Sept. 15. To enter first grade in 1962. the pupil must be G by Oct. 15. In 1963, he or she must be 6 years | by Sept. 15. A project of blacklopping a play ground area 100 x 120 feel was discussed, but no action was i Youth Fellowship groups! $tt£hd- ed tithe annual Lenten breakfasl and devotions held ash WedrmsU day morning at 7:30. Preparing and serving the breakfast were Mrs Samek, Shirley Lovs"ia3, Phyllis Wiener, Genevieve Spry, ahd Vert Sdiwiltert. - , A birthday dinner, honoring Uie birthdays, of tpmttijr Angus, Jfinelle Newbrough and . Alice Christensen Was held at the Delmar Angus home Sunday, pre* sent at the occasion were Mr fihd Mrs LatvrenCe Neftbhsugh, Jg- nello arid David and Mrs No Dances During Lent 1 Except St. Patrick's Dance jjf — March 17. Don Hoy (Doors Open Early) No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.t at 8:30 FRIDAY. FSB. 24ih MID WEST CAHAVAN SATURDAY, FEB. 2Sth CHARLIE TRUSSELL AND THE AIRLINERS GET YOUR RENTAL DATE SET PARTIES AVAILABLE IN APRIL AND MAY. SEE MGH. contests next year. George Bc-cker spent Frida and Saturday in Omaha, Neb where he attended a seminar. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunru'ng ham, Lana and Junior and An drew Harms spent the weekend at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo where they visited the Cunning ham's son and brother, Pvt Joseph Cunningham. Mr and Mrs Cliff Holding left Saturday for on extended visi with their sons Kaye and Bruce and families. They-were accom- ( aanied as far as Richmond, Mo. j by Mrs Holding's mother Mrs ! Pearl Daniels who will visit with her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Elmer Keinitz. 24 members of Methodist KING SIZE TRADE-IN tIC "«* FOR YOUR OLD i Krueger, Lone 1 Hock, Mr and Mril LiiVterne Smith. Sv.-ea City, Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and farrii- ly, Mrs Georgia Christensen and family and Mr and Mrs Delhiar Angus and Joyce. 150 people registered and a ended the Open House held a Siedels Feed Store on Monday Winners of door prizes were Roi coe Steward, Mrs Rudy.Willfel and Bert Johnson. Mr and Mrs Jim Harvey, Wa erloo. are parents of an 8& lb baby girl born to them Feb. 12 im is the son of the Robert Har eys former Burt residents. Mrs oe Zanke is the great-grartdmo ler. Sgt. Robert Batt left for Camp Carson. Colo, after enjoying a 15- ay furlough with his father ahc with his wife and daughter in Algona. Robert recently completed j» tour of duty in Korea. Time for "worship services at the Burt Presbyterian church beginning Sunday, Feb. 19 will be 9:30 o'clock for worship service and Sunday School at 10:30, M. J. Trunkhill drove to Des Moines Friday. He was accompanied back to Burt Saturday by Mr and Mrs Earl Meier. Mr Meier had spent the past 3 weeks at the Vets Hospital where he under went major surgery. County Meeting Of Auxiliary Held, LuVerne $fefne. the #?th wedding tlrsary of Mr, and Mrs 1 Oi |hd the birthdays of ,Mfs *Tet Madison and Joe Loftus were ob* Served. .. ., \. Junior Missionary meeting Was held in the, Methodist, .church thursdi^ with 12 .membera and tteir leader Mrs Alleri fl.lakfe gesent. Refreshment iM Valeri* motif wefe served by Mr% follov/ed by ft recreatioh le. : •LenlSn breakfaMs will be held, the congregation of the'LiiVef- e6dt»W»!hesday JBdi-rtfaig dulriilgfne Evangelical United Srelftreh Lfertf ift fhl, LuVerhe Methodist church enjoyed a 6:30 p.m. pot- church for the youth group. ' Mr '8nd Mri James Ttattget and children, her mother, Mr Jessie Sanfoid^-were, 3uncla> guests of thett sistef a'nd' dSu'gh ter, the Irwin McGdWan familj &t Clear, Lake, m Tr&iger sMbw ed slid^ of-the recettt trip to California made by the Trafigete Mhd McGoVanl •; ' " ' , uck GAS HOME HEATER trade TRADE NOW- S. Phillips St. HURRY! OFFER LIMITED! Co. of Algona CY 4-2841 LuVerne — The Kossuth Coun- y meeting of the American Leon Auxiliary was held in Luerne Tuesday with 25 in atten- ance. Guests were registered by Irs Arthur Dimler. Mrs Earl ohn gave the welcome and in- roduced the county president rs Kenneth Kollasch, Swea ty, who presided. An informal program consisted of vioiin solo by Peter Farmakis, music director of the LuVerne school. Cheryl Dimler gave her number'she gave at the recent speech contests. The serving table was lovely with a large decorated Valentine cake made by Mrs Roy Guy who cut and served the guests. The refreshment committee was Mrs Allen Blake, Mrs George Studer and Mrs Ervin Barton. Father Passes' M and Mrs Don Clark, Ronald and Linda attended the funeral of her father Richard Anschutz, nuld in R;ppey Monday, Feb. 13. Mr Anschuti, long-time resident of Rippey died suddenly Feb. 10 at the fann home of his son. Survivors include his wife, one son, three- daughters, 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A farewell party in the LuVer- ne town hall Sunday evening honored G. M. Will, with 54 in attendance. Cards were played with high, Robert Barber, and firs \','. Raymond Leglcr. low. Jc-rry Krause and Mrs Kred Will. Hosts were Mi- and Mr; Edwin Many, Sylvester Brace, Jerry Kruusc, Elmer Kubly and \V. Raymond Loglers. Mr and Mrs Leo Tmmcriall and sun Kent of Aluona were Sunday f:ui-sii of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Br.'iet and boys. Mr and Mrs Fnmk '.'.<•!(• leccat vssitors v.-jlh h(-i b. other, the Henry Hesscs at .S.uu.x, Mrs (Jronbucn le| ii.niried to help thi in i,-,«vc \>, - an ! .-ipanrnent. Mr and Mi.-; He .M- brout'ht Mrs Gro.ibai.-h hoi.-.i for the- weekend. They wen- Sunday gut^tf of the Dr. Norman He^.-.l family in Hcnwick. Mr and Mir, Dale Zfnin,, have .'one on a vacation inp to t!ji Oxar!:s and other point:, of in- lerest. Gietchen i-.\v\ Tominv Centner are ('iiesu- of ti:rir aunt VIr rmd Mrs Albert flij.pcn. 'Ju;IK; thf-ir parents aly-.i.-ncf. Mr and Mrs Kr-wm Han.-:t-lman Mr ami Mrs Carl H.j.i.M-lman. Mi and Mrs U-Pnv Han:-- linan .socr-' Monday in Mankato. Minn., wiih the 1;.dies' rnother. Mrs Amelia Olson on the occasion of lu i birthday. Mr ;'.-•! M.-s .1 -,'., ^ "- and family, her mother, Mrs Jts- sie Sanford, yvc.-ie dinni-i KUC. !.of Mr and Mrs N'o.-man Lars-,;', •in'l family B t Ha-lKer, Fridiiv Mrs Larson is tU-r sis'.c-r a;- 1 daiifjhtrr. Mr and Sanford and fannl.-. visitors. An anhivrrsarv ')ot-intk dinner was he-Id Siinri- -t the honn. (lf M| . ;ind I.-,,-.,., O'll"';,.-. vi,„..,•., ,..,..,. their daughter. Mr and Mrs Fred Madi.svn fainilv ( ,| Mason City her hrothers. Joe Loftus. Mr and Mrs Tom Loftus. Humboldt, Mr and Mrs John Loftus Haidv and and Sully p uu , 0 1 L>i- Mrs Franc-( - '.vert c-vt-nln;' and birthdav — NOTICE- Shdp tor MEN is ho* located to the cUullsl HARDWARE STORE. For Custom Tailored Clothes ';••• :•:.- SEi • ;. BUD ZENDER in fli g ctiUrch fooltt - with the showing of informative pictures on Lehl. . . . . $CRJPtO MARKING PENCILS, Pub?"" >*<«->•»*' -=-- 35 > o., PITTSBURGH PAINT Pre-Season Purchase TITANIC OUTSIDE WHITE Reg. $7.65 Gal. CULLEN HARDWARE . We invite you to browse the entire store as you will find many fine gift items on our special table as well as special Close-outs of odds & ends for S DAYS. SPECIAL CLOSE OUT OF JUNGERS OIL & GAS SPACE HEATERS. MONARCH ELECTRIC RANGE BURNERS & OVEN WORK GOOD $ DAYS ONLY $ $ DAYS ONLY $ $ DAYS ONLY KELVINATOR ELECTRIC* RANGE WORKS GOOD - 4 BURNERS BIG OVEN - RANGE LIGHT SPECIAL TABLE OF GIFT ITEMS CHINA - DISHES - TUMBLERS etc. etc. etc. $$ DAYS ONLY NEW ALUMINUM DRIP CATCHER AND SERVING TRAYS Soves your oven from messy drippings. Fine for serving cheese and snacks. Many uses every day. $ DAYS 79c LOUDEN STANCHION W:::LE THEY LAST $ $ DAYS LOUDEN SALT NEW MONARCH DELUXE GAS RANGE 30" OVEN - SURF-A-STAT CONTROLLED Burner - Auto. Oven Light — See thru window - Divided Top-Flu. Light — Clock, etc. Regular 319.95. WHILE THEY LAST $$DAYS '229 $ DAY USED ELECTRIC MARION SPECIAL CLOSE OUT RANGE PAINT FRJiNmY STQRJ WHiRJ YQUB PATRONAGE J§ APPRfCIATID

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