The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 23, 1961
Page 13
Start Free Trial

Miss Bormann At St. Joe Sh Joe — Jo Ann Bormann W^s hbnored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's hall with relatives and friends attending the courtesy The gift table was centered with a miniature bride and groom, Assisting the honoree with her •pretty and useful gifls were Delores Berte, Patricia Kramer. Beatrice Bormann and Rulh Ann Klein. « The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs Irwin Melvin. and Mrs Ivlary Kramer receiving prizes. Marian Kohlhass received door prize with Mrs Adam Kramer receiving plate prize. Miss Bormann; daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Bormann, will be the bride of Edmund Berte, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Berte, April 6 at 9:30 in St. Joseph's churSh here. Baby Baptized David Donald Reding infant son of Mr and Mrs Donald Reding, .born Mar. 13, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Peter Murphy in St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mrs Pat Bowman and Edwird Reding. Mrs Reinald Salz and Mrs Adam Berte returned home Sunday from Chicago where they spent the past week visiting the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Fuhrmann and other relatives. Sheryl Reding. R. N., ffbrrt St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Sioux City, spent Sunday and Monday here with her parents, Mr a hd Mrs Harold RtuUng and family. Judy Wngner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, and Doris Ann Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. and two classmate's from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, spent the weekend here with home folks, ' -. ' .. Mrs E. M. Gales from here and Merle Laubonlhal from Whittemore' were sponsors Sunday for Coleen Ann Laubenthal, infant daughter of Mf and Mrs Maurice Laubenthal of Wesley. Rev. William Phillips -from St. Joseph's Church in Wesley officiated. Mrs Rose Stattelman spent several days last week with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Frank Stattelman and family. The Slattelman's recently moved to Humboldt from Bancroft and are r-vin^' which they purchased. One Of 4-H Displays .;•. *, ' " ' f * •- _ .? -:•,•• f. :S , • &, -• '• tavern .ONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family attended the wedding of Vergene Norland "of Fenton to Dennis Schmidt, of Lone Rock in St. John's Lutheran Church in Fenton on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Tieman home in Fenton. 'In the afternoon, the Frank Dreyers and Henry Tie- mans visited in the Art Krause home. Mr and Mrs Louise Scegebarth and Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Timmy attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Keep Records and You'll Keep DEKALB LAYERS Pictured above are Carol Anliker, (left) and Coleita Slreit (right) from the Lotts Creek Lassies', one of 25 girls' 4-H clubs that participated in the annual Algona 4-H Day Mar. 11, sponsored by the Algona Chamber of Commerce. The presidents and vice-presidents of the 4-H clubs in the county displayed some phase of their club work to the public during the day. They were shown the operation of the sitore by the store manager and had H tour of the city hall and fire department. < One of the special features this year was to have the county 4-H presidents, Susan Nitchals and Tom Henry, as honorary mayor and city clerk of the day. Bonnie Bristow, Louise Skow and Tom Lahipe served refreshments to the 4-H'ers and their leaders as courtesy of Finn's and Leah's Bakeries and the Algona Dairy. (Extension Office Photo — UDM Engraving) Eugene Hood, Algona Lawrence Besch, Whittemore Frank Droessler, Bancroft Homer Matthiesen, Fenton Peter C. Reding, Bode Mrs Heiko Boeckleman at Britt Sunday. Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter and family visited Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Baxter in Ruthven. Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr and Mrs R. F. Laaos, Fenton. Other callers were Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt and sons of Austin, Minn., Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen and Kathy, Mrs Clara Lloyd and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs, all of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Emil Person and John' were Sunday dinner guests in the Carlos Engelby home near Swea City. Mr and Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen and Shirley Madsen and Laurie of Sargent, Nebr. were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mrs Maude .Blanrhard. Art Priebe and Harley Hutchinson attended the state bowling tournament at Bettendorf this week. Mrs Alice Denker and Waldo Denker of Lester called in the home of Art Priebe and in the home of relatives in Fenton this week. Mr and Mrs Dennis Flaig vyenl to Pleasantville Sunday to be with Mrs Flaig's mother. Herbert Gerling, Mrs Flaig's father, died Sunday morning, the funeral services are pending. Sunday dinner guests honoring the baptism of Kevin Lee Marlow in the home of Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow were Mr and Mrs P. J. McGuire of Burl and Dell Marlow. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough atlended the wedding of Norma Gadc to James Kressin in Whittemore Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough attended H .he wedding of Vergene Norland to Dennis Schmidt at Fenton Sunday evening. Mrs A. D. Newbrough of Lone Rock returned home from the St. Ann hospital where she was un- CHUCK WAGON All you can eat for $1.50. .Start serving 6 P. M/ 'JEvery^edges^eiy 1 : through jSqfordoy STEAKS SPECIAL Char Broiled or Fried 8 oz. Sirloin HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minnesota Impala Sport Sedan Impala 4-Door Sedan Bel Air Sport Sedan Biscayne Utility Sedan Nomad 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon Pirkwood 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon Corvair 700 Club Coup* Corvair 700 4-Door Sedan Monza 900 Club Coupe Impala 2-Door Sedan Bel Air 2-Door Sedan Impala Convertible' Gel Air Sport Coupe One-stop shopping at your Chevy dealer's makes choosing a new car easier than ever! , You get variety like this only at your Chevrolet dealer's. Elegant new Impalas, popular Bel Airs, budget-priced Biscaynes and aix wonderful new Chevy wagons—all with a Jet-smooth ride you'd expect in more expensive makes. But that's just the beginning. There are also ten low, low-priced Chevy Corvairs for you to look over, plus the Corvette—America's only true sports car. What with this kind of choice-3A models in all y^^l —if you don't find the car you want at your Chevrolet dealer's, it probably just [ hasn't been built yet. *,.,*,„., Thru nodclM—lmi Chnrolcti dtsigntd ttptfiaSti tar biuiiuw *u and tilt De Luxe Grttnbritr — art not tooum. Brookwood 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon Cgrvair SOOl-Dgor Sedan Monza 900 4-Door Sedan Brookwood 4-Dr. 9-Pass. Station Wagon Lakewood 700 4-Door Station Wagon Greenbrier Sports Wagot) Third seat optional at extra cost Impala Sport Coupe Bel AllT-Door Sedan Biscayne 2-Door Sedan Biscayne 4-Door Sedan Nomad 4-Dr. 9-Pass. Station Wagon Parkwood 4-Dr. 9-Pass. Station Wagon Corvair 500 Club Coupe kewood 500 4-poor Station Wagon Cqrvette-America'sTnly true sports car See the new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvnirt, tmd the new Corvette <it your local authorized Chevrolet dealer' KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HAU AIGONA, IOWA CY 4-3554 der observation. She had been a patient at the hospital for a week. Mr and; Mrs Jack Quinn of Lone Rock and Mrs Clara Thul of Whiltomore went to Cedar Rapids over the weekend & visited in the home or Mr and Mrs, Jim Thul. They helped Michael Thul celebrate his third birthday. The Lone Rock Presbyterian church will hold their communion service March 23. Paula Marlow, daughter of Mi and Mrs Robert Marlow, and Kevin Lee Marlow, son of Mr and Mrs James Marlow, were baptized during morning services in the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church Sunday with Rev. C. E. Nordine officiating. Mr and Mrs Garry) Householder and Vicki Jo, and Mary Faith were guests Sunday in the Can Olson home in Livorr.jore. They celebrated the birthday of Mi Olson. Mr and Mrs Householder, Vicki Jo and Mary Failh also called in the home of their grand- .parents, Mr and Mrs Bill Carney in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Hurlburl and children, Candy, Andy and Tony visited in the Mr and Mrs Denniy Zumach home in Whitlemore Sunday. They celebrated the birthday of Mrs Zumach, Mrs Kale Schrocder and Art and Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman of Algona were Thursday evening callers in the Henry Schrocder home. Mrs Milton Madison and children visited in the home of Mrs Madison's parents, Mr and Mrs Grover Hosteller at Moorland. Clair Bollinger recently had oral surgery at Fort Dodge for imbedded teelh. Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger were Sunday dinner guesls in Ihe home of Mr and Mrs Richard Fursl at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow of. Burt were Sunday guesls in the home of Mr and Mrs William Marlow. Mrs Ralph Bicrstedt, Mrs Roy Jensen, Florence Yager, Mrs Everett Hanna and Mrs Wilfred Radig attended a concert at Estherville Sunday. Good Seed Need Stressed Here At 4-H Meeting Good seed is a'variety adapted to our soil and climate, free 'ot noxious weeds and high in purity and germination, according to Dean. Barnes, county extension director and Robert Johnson, county extension associate. 4-H leaders and Extension personnel met Tuesday to plan April and May local 4-H meetings. Items discussed and demonstrated for presentation at the April meetings will include importance of good seed, how to rectignize hard seeds and cold facts about cold cash. 4-H members will have an opportunity to select their delegates to 4-H camp and short course and report their project plans foi Thimday, March 23,. 1961 Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnet~5 the year at their April meeting, according to Johnson. Leaders in attendance were Bernard Thilges, Joseph Sk'ow, Ray Bergum, John Richardson, Herschel Hartman, Roger Jensen, John Ketelsen, Art Banwart, Luke McGuire, Albert Johnson, Bill Fritz, Harold Wolf, 'Ed Kain, Charles Nygaard, Herman Tjar- ks, Everett Johanson arid Bob Detrick. - • HOBY Mrs E. T. Graham of Griswold has an unusual hobby of collec- ing earrings. She starred -collecting them 25 years ago and has nearly 400 pair. One pair may easily date back a half century. No. 8 of a Series PEOPLE MAKE IOWA GREAT I ...the livestock feeder Iowa's livestock feeders, who have made this the nation's greatest livestock state, now market more beef and produce more hogs than any other state .... a great and continuing source of wealth for Iowa's growing prosperity. Another steady contributor to Iowa prosperity is our brewing industry. For example,.the industry has business investments of more than .$62,000,000.00 in cities and towns throughout the slate, and spends over $27,500,000.00 each year for general business costs. This helps nearly every community to grow and. prosper. More evidence that . . . THE BREWING INDUSTRY HELPS BUILD IOWA UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION ~ IOWA DIVISION - 814 LIBERTY BLDG. - DES MOINES, IOWA there's no other.bre^ad like BUTTERNUT BREAD Now, Butternut Bread, baked by the TEN DR-KURL® Process, stays fresh and . flavorful so much longer! That's because the finer, more tender texture of Butternut Bread seals in goodness, freshness and flavor. Bring home a loaf, today! Try your tender touch on the springy freshness of Butternut Bread. "Tut-tut-nothing but Butternyt Copyright, Interstate Bakeries Corp., 1350

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free