The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 4
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feSfeJ*^py'^.'^!.w. ftup^^. ftl af * h ? 3 ' ft* 1 Major At Briefing LedyardGirl In Minnesota Piano Contest Ledyard — Ann Gafpenter appeared with 807 finalists in tht Minnesota Music Teachers Association piano contest, held nf the University of Minnesota campus Saturday, March 18. She Won the right to appear si this .contest by receiving d suc- CessTuf rating at the tirelimintery contest, which >vhs helfi earlier a: Rochester^ Mian. There w&re more thati l§t)0 students wtto to&k part ifl these 66ntests which were, Held throughout the state of MJnnestife She Js the daughter of Mr a-nfl Mrs Elvin Carpenter. ftdsisry Society JKe Sacred 'Swiss Family Robinson" Thuredaj? 7:15 • ! . . j-i'iady at i:20-3:50-6:3§-9,'2S Saturday antf Sunday at 12:00 2:25-4:155-7:25-9:50 ., Monday snd Tuesday at 7":15 9:40. Wednesday, March 29 "The Virgin Spring" 8:40 fitonka Pastor In ,Asia Heart Catholic -> . —- e ' ce *<» "••of the ja&anes* Ground Self Defense Force, is \jHefefl on fielieofotef '•activities at Fort Behriitig b# Major Garmon O. Anre, riert Bode commander of the 19th Transportation 1 Company. At center is Col' -Lewis W. Leeney of Iowa City, commander of Lawson Army Avia- 3tion, Commaiid. The Allied visitor was at the post for a two-day orientation ,6n U.S. Army. Infantry School and Infantry Center operations March. 13-14. (UDM Engraving) Church" Rosary Society met M«fr. 14. A lunciiedn \(»ns served by the" hostesses, Mrs Lee Olson, Mrs Ted Thilges, Mrs Frank Neumsn, Mrs Francis Rotterman, Mrs Gust Koppen, Mrs Larry Lappe and Mrs Henry Clarken. It was announced that the first communion breakfast will be April 16. The activities committee was named for 1901. Mrs Verne An- jlerson is chairman,.. with Mrs Henry Clarken, Mrs Frank Rot- Tffo-ika — Rev. B. rf. Sehwer- n find \tf;re will to'nve after EPS ter service* April 2 for &6w Yo'-k wfferfe they Will board a Jet fof a Stitdy-tbur of Africa HAPPY EASTER FROM THE ALGONA LAUNDERERS & DRY CLEANERS ALGONA, IOWA There is still time to get ready for the Easter parade. Send. Suits,: Dresses, Hats, Coats, Ties, Shirts, Sweaters, Today. Our skillful Dry Cleaning and Laun- dering will revive the fabric and bring sparkling new life to the entire family wardrobe. Call CY 4-3265 for FREE Pick Up and Delivery terman, Mrs Louis Lappe and Mrs John Steinberg. It was decided to have a parish pot luck meal rather than a Fa ther-S6n Banquet or Guest Day The date will be announced la ter. Supper Postponed The Legion and Auxiliary pot luck.supper, originally scheduled for March 20, has been rescheduled for March 27 at 6:30 p.m. County .Legion Commander, Eddie GodTredson of Bancroft, will be the speaker of the evening. Members of the post will receive five, ten and 15 year patches. Don Callenius, District Boy Scout Executive from Humboldt, met with the Scouts, their parents and Legion members Monday night and presented the Legion the Scout charter. It was accepted by Gus Simonsmeier, post commander. Sunday evening supper guests at the hone of Mrs Mary Bashara were the Ed Munyers of Elmore, the Fred Munycr family and Mr and Mrs Kent Moustgard of Gowrie. They helped Tom observe his birthday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Johnston! and Tammy of Guckeen were' Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Herzog home. P a r e n t-Tcacher conferences will take place Monday, March 27, for kindergarten through the eighth grade. High school classes will be Ivjld as usual. Ledyarri's entries in the state Speech Contest both received H ratings, Nancy Hurlburt with her interpretive prose reading and Caroline iBusch in the humorous division. Syria, Lfebaftbn, ^6'Man, Israel. Turkey, Greece and the Aegean JslEtads. They plan oh being gone five of six xvefiks. Open House Held Open house was held March Dolores Studer, Gorwlfh, Wilt Marry May 6 CorWith, announce engage RETIRES Jeff Pickart of Norway recently retired after being a schoa bus .driver for the Norway public schools for 27 M- years. , £ w£'&&^38^<yaa^<xs^^ playtex living bra reg. 3.95 Offer ENDS M£R, 31 Make sure you* free bra is the right si?e. Come in for a fitting now I when you buy a playtex girdle., r 8.95 or 10.95 The makers of Playtex want !o send you a Playtex Living Era free . . . because they're sure thai once you wear ii you'll never wear any other bra. You'll enjoy the heavenly comfort that has made the Playiex Living Bra America's best-selling elastic bra. You get this S3.95 bra free when you buy one of these new Playtex Girdles with new, soft, cool, cotton lining. Magic Controller has Magic "finger" panels for tummy control . . . girdle or panty girdle. $3.95. XL 53.95. Moid 'n Hold Zipper Girdle zips on and off so easily. Girdle or panty girdle SI0.95, XL (girdle only) $11.95, vXtviu^v.OXtXu^a- 19 at the First Lutheran church in Britt honoring Mr and Mrs Heyo Boekelman Jr. on their 25th wedding anniversary. A program w*s put on by the children, Harold and George. Mr and Mrs Boekelman were married March 18, 1P36 at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. George Boekelman 61 Ti tonka and Mrs Louis Seege» barth of Lone Rock were their attendents and were present for the occasion. They have one granddaughter. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Saldow and Gloria of Humboldt were Sunday Visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau. They also spent a short while at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove. Dessert Luncheon' Mrs Delia McCullough entertained her bridge club at a dessert luncheon Wednesday at the Algona hotel.' Cnilling Club Mrs Hugh Raney entertained ler knitting club Tuesady after- loon. • . merft and ap^roacning marriage f their daughter, Delores, shown ere, to Jerrold Arndorfer, son f Bernard Arndorfer, Britt. The edding will take place May 6 e at. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. Miss Studer is employed as bookkeeper at First Rational Bank, Mason City, and Mr Arndorfer is assistant rriariagef of the CorOp . Elevator at Plymouth. (UDM Engraving) >•, regular group, Mr and Mrs fier nardf Cdyle of Lu Verne and Mi •ana* Mrs Olvlfl Maug wet-e gtfeiis Mrs Bfean Telford and Loui Jacobson had high scores",, Mr, Alfred Suhulte and Allan Wehr spann low and LeRoy Worby hae travel. Airs Annie Leist'returned Saturday everting after visiting at the home of her granddaughter Mrs Anita Benson rft Waterloo for a week. Sunday afternoon Visitors nt the Annie Leist home were Mr and Mrs Harry Day. Marsha and Marshall of Humboldt, Mrs Keith Kooh and foui children of Dakota City and Mri Anita Benson and five children of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth vfsited fhcif 1 s'6n*fh»J&w' t Jamet Sarbet- at St. Anft Hospital Sa- tufday. Mr Barber had aft-appendectomy Tuesday. Saturday evening the Kins6ths were sup* p#f guests at the Mount O. Km- seth§ at'Alffdna'.. R6d Petefs, wh'O was student pasibr at tWe" Pfesoyfeffan church last sttrrfmer, _ vislte"d the Ralph' Richards, the fiarf Lofigs, and the" Albert ,Th6fsons Satu'rday afternoon. Mr {"feterS A{f6nds Parsons College at Fairfield. He is writ* ing a thesis on Livermore, Ottosen, and Plover, on how thesfe small towns are decreasing itt population. He calls 6n OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher third house in these towns^ to, obtain iriforrnation. Struthers, , Mrs Albert Have You Paid Your Ughf Bill? When yotl go to the Clfy Hall td pay your llflhf bill talcs a mfnute to look af this dl«lr!e dryer wa have on diiplay there. Ydo toe, can enjoy electrical living for |uif pennies a day, Remember - your electric dollar buys mbre than tiny other dollar you spend. Live electrically with appll- dntei from Beeeher Lone Appliance. Mrs Dorothy Engebritson was surprised on her birthday Friday afternoon when , the following ladies came: Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk, Mrs Caroline Telford, Mrs Mina Weh- rspann, Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs toy Enockson, Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Richard Kinseth, Mrs Magnus Eratland, Mrs Anna Long- eth, Mrs Gunda Enockson, Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mrs Melvin "Illingson, with greetings, gifts and lunch. Mr and Mrs Joel Ellingson of Ellsworth were Sunday after- loon visitors at the Melvin El- ingsons. . , Mr and Mrs Howard Thomp- wn entertained at a 500 party Saturday evening. Besides the .,, , Thorson, Mrs Howard Hellicksori and Mrs Elmer Erickson attended the 4-H training school at Humboldt Monday. Charles Eggerth of Swea City passed away after a lingering illness afid \, the funeral services weffe hela for hini Saturday afternoon at Swea City. Mfs. Eggerth is the seventh and eighth grade . teacher here. Attending from herp were Mr Eeall, the seventh and eighth grade pupils, Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards, Mr and Mrs Ijeo Tofteberg and Donald U?her. ...; , Gary Schultz and friend, Steve Reif of Iowa State , Teachers Col-' lege at Cedar Falls, spent the week end at the .Alfred Schultz home. ' Nancy Cooper and her room-mate, Mary Trenelle, both student nurses at Mercy Hospital, Des Moiries, spent the week eno at the Donald Cooper hpme. Mrs Anna Longseth has a birthday Thursday. Sunday the Alfred Lemke's of Fdntanelle came and she attended church services . at /Bode with them They, along with the Melvin Longseth family of Bode and the Harold Sundet ' family of Algona Imperial Model D1AF-61, Electric FRIDAY, MARCH 24ih NO; 1 WESTERN DANCE BAND LEO GRECO AND HIS PIONEERS SAT.. MARCH 25ih YOUR SURPRISE NITE FREE ADMISSION CHARLES TRUSSELL AND THE AIRLINERS ALL NEW NO-?ENT DRYER •" Bfciushfi ''Moisture-Minder" removes, moisture from the air automatically. No venting! No plumbing! rf tfr/ Faster, Safer than sunshine with exclusive Flow Ing Herat- . ' ' • trap' LfriOn ttfe Nylon ONLY Mesh Lint Screen handily «i 1 ^ located on the dborv Jj) vtioffi OverdrV or underdry T^you can set correct dry. Ing time automatically; • Chase Wrinkle* Away with special cycle for Wash & week Wear fab'r!c& ' EASV TERMS Lane Appliance CY 4-3813 Algona, Iowa LOCAL MOTHER-IN-LAW GETS 'CHEERS' FROM SON-IN-LAW 'She's Okay' Says Young Hustand play it smart. , .with Kay Whitney's season spanne? in delightful easy care 100% cotton print,.. squared front neck, the loose ends of bodice flange slipping through sell loop with bow effect, short aeWn sleeves, fc button front closing, 8.gore umbrella skirt, self belt, Jo lavender or dusty mint, §ige9 i4*20» BY HUNTINOTON unbeatable at $ IN ALGONA Algona, la. — A young married couple was restored to blissful happiness here last week, alter a short but bitter rift, due largely to quick-thnking action on the part of the young wife's mother. For a short time, a marital break-up was threatened. Young Hubby Puzzled "When I got home from work on wash-day my wife was really a case", related Mr. X, the young husband. "She was pretty mean —she kept hollering that lie was all through going out to the clothesline and hanging laundry up in the basement. I hated to do it, but finally I called up her mother," Mother To Rescue The young husband's molte er-in-law responded immediately, and said: "Don't fret, son. I know what's wrong. .She wants an automatic electric clothes dryer like mine.' The poor dear, I didn't raise her to go out in this weather to "a clothesline. An electric clothes dryer will do it," Buy Electric Dryer Meeting in secret the next * day, Mr. X and his mother-in law visited an Algona appliance dealer's store and selected a new model automatic electric clothes dryer. The dealer installed it the same day. Arriving home that night, the young husband was met at the dpor and smothered with kisses. Phoning his mother-in-law, young Mr X gulped and said: "Can I call you MOM?" 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