The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 15
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John Karels Of Bancroft Have -. The children of Mi and Mrs John Karels, honored ™«n on theif golden wedding bftftivefsary With ah Open housl ttte E & R. Ghtoch ai Ledyard" A short program was held. Mf and Mrs Karels have lived in and around Bancroft for many years and are the first on either side of the family'to have/the ho 1 - 'rv6r x>f celebrating this occasion. Both Mr and Mrs Karels enjoy good health' and arc able to be up, and around town visiting their many friends. ;.. They are the parents of eight living children, William and Am <Jfew, Bancroft, Mrs Anna Anderson Titonka, Mrs -Minnie Boeckholt, Forest City, John, RaKJef'Otto, L-stoJta, Albert, Ue Seuer, Minn., and Brand, Ycalpa.i Cab'f. - ; Announcing the program, was' Andrew 'Karels. Scripture atid! prayer by Rev. Victor Vriesen.i a song by six granddaughters,! Elaine Anderson, Lin'cla"&nd Sil'' san Karels, Jean Karels, Janice Boeckholt and Wendy -Karels. .: Alice Karels gave • a • readirig, Mrs William Karels, a |>iano,solo, and Rev. Vriesen sang a solo. Mrs Merel Koffman, Swea City baked and decorated the cake, Mrs George Wohnke made the coffee,, ..kitchen hostesses were iftrs GeOrge TWogenson and Mrs Irene Price, Bancroft, Mrs Ann Waterman, Mrs Englebart, Lpg- erman, Mrs Marvin Junkenmier, I/edyard. Cutting and serving the cake were their two daughters, Mrs Anderson, Titonka and Mrs . Boeckholt, Forest City. M?s Otto and John Karels poured 'the coffee, Mrs Albert Karels had charge of the punch, Alice Karels had charge of the . gift book, opening and displaying gifts "were Mrs Arnold Karels, Mrs Dean Meyers and Mrs Robert Boeckholt. Dining room hosts were Mr "and Mrs William Karels. 200 guests registered. fte&ri Attack All Lensing suffered a heart at- 'tact while in the Farmers and Traders Savings Bank iiist before noon Saturday and was taken by ambulance 'to Holy Family'hospi- tal, Estherville. Mr Lensing had suffered a heart attact ten days previous at that time he remained at his home. At last report he was resting comfortably. ' v . Arthur Welp Sr. is a-flr>tieot ail Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where he underwent major surgery. Thomas Murphy, Lone Rock, spent one day last week with his aunt, Mrs Rose Murphy. A group of relatives surprised Mrs Richard Menke Sunday on her birthday Monday, March 20. Cards were played and a pot luck dinner was held in the evening. Her eight brothers and sisters were all present. Mr and Mrs Gene Lampc are parents of their sixth daughter, born Mar. 11 at St. Ann hospital. They have one son. Mr and Mrs Ben Lampe are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Richard Elsebeck- cr entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Bob Radegen, Mr and Mrs La Mont Jensen, Mr and Mrs Frank Rueb, Algona. , . Alice Menke, R. N., who is employed at Chicago, came Thursday " for a few days with her parents, the Richard Menkes. Gerald Johnson, son of Mrs Leona Johnson, is. a patient of Holy Family Hospital with a virus infection. Mrs Cylde Eckhart took her son Larry to Mankato Tuesday where he is attending college. U-Go-l-Go Sixteen members-of the U-Go- I-Go 4-H club met at the home of Debbie Laws to judge cookies they had baked. The judging was led by Mrs Carr. The next meeting will be at the home of Rosemary Bullock. Burt Girl Initiated Into Sorority .. Shirley Schwielerl of Burl, second firom the righ't in th6 above photo, is one of 23 girls who were initiated Into Alpha Chi Omega, a new sbrority on the campus of Iowa State University at Ames, Mar. 18. Other girls in'the photo are, left t6 right, Bonnie Magill, Charter Oak, Joan SocKnat, Sioux City, Beatrice Burns,' Hbrniek, sorority 'president, Mary .Wendel; Sergeant Bluff, Miss Schwietert and Sue 'Cameron, Sioux City. : " , • .; I' «*g{ ' 'Th^'-heV sorbrity Was formally Installed at 'an evening banquet Saturday. (ISU Pho'to'— UDM Engraving) '• . • . CEILING TILE You don't have to fee a Handy' Andy to do a perfect job of in staling acpHStical tile on an old or new ceiling. We'll tell you the easy way *nd we'll set yo« started yight. For quietness and beauty, there's nothing lijte an acoustical <?»Uing. §ome in soon and see the many new designs for every room in ypwr hpp»», Use our budget plan, BRONSON BLD'G. SERVICE H. Hwy, If I Lakota High Students Rate High In Meet Lakoia — Students of .Lakota High School who participated in the Declam contest in Atlantic Saturday were Linda Koppen, who received rating of I, Darrell Clabaugh received a I. Wallace Christ received a I rating and Clare Barrett received III rating. Mrs V. A. Barrett took Linda, Darrell; and Wailace along with Cleo Weldin, speech director, to Atlantic. Shower Honoree A open house shower was held for Shelda Hertzke on Thursday evening at the parish hall of the Lutheran Church with Mrs Raymond Krominga, Mrs Vincent Miller, Mrs I. G. Groff, Mrs James ,Meureiy,Mrs Teld Wallentlne, Mrs Thomas Thompson, Mrs gn^^Mgh^s^Mrs Jake Peterson, :S George ^Veringa and Mrs Robert Thompson as the hostesses. For the program of the evening Mrs Lois Woringa was the master of ceremonies, Mrs Wai- lentine had devotions, Irene Peterson gave a reading, Polly Gerzema also gave a reading, then all present participated in a game. Lunch was served, then Shelda opened her many lovely and useful gifts. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs William Keinitz were Mr and Mrs Carlyle Gerzema and son of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Dean Kuchenreuther of Titonka. Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Wirtjes were Mr and Mrs Ronnie Janssen and Jenny Johnson. The Acorn Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs Doris Ukena. Gen Hanken and a guest, Mrs Otto Hertzke, gave talks. Doris Ukena played several selections on the organ. Mr and Mrs Wayne Nyman and family of Bancroft and Mr ana Mrs John Dixon of Lone Rock were Sunday evening visitors at the Raymond Kromiuga home. Mr and Mrs Lyle Patterson and family', of Buffalo Center were Sunday visitors at the Alfred Christ home. Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt and Steven spent the weekend in Webb visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Hugo Mittag. Obert Bell was a Thursday dinner guest at the Thomas Thompson home. Helen Stickler of Osceola spent Thursday evening visiting at the home of Mrs Idah Rippentrop. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Raymond Hertzke had a wedding dinner at their home. The Lakota Circle of the Sacred Heart Church will have a bake sale at the City Hall Saturday, March 25, from 2 to 5. Thursday afternoon visitors ai. the Herman Wirtjes home were Mr and Mrs Henry Wirtjes of Sibley. In the evening, visitors were Mr and Mrs LeRoy Janssen. v.- ;• .: :'•.! • s.V.O.i JU J Mr and Mrs Merle Cassem and Steven of Blue Earth were Saturday evening callers at the Thomas Thompson home. Dennis' Christ, who is attending Luthsr .College at Decorah, spent the week end at the parental Alfred Christ home. Mrs Fred Christ and Mrs C. A. Gutknecht went to Algona Wednesday to take a lesson on soft 'floor coverings, which they presented Friday at the Ledj^ird Township Homemakers meeting.; Portland 4-H Club Enjoys Sledding Party Portland — The Portland Pennies Girls 4-H club met Saturday afternoon, March 18, with Diane and Anita Moore. They had, a report on 4-H day in Algoria.jTWS girl's decided 'to have a sledding- party in the Victor Fitch .pasture ;; /.• Y" *.''..-•'!. •• * • ' ••'• -.-. .--.:-' * BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES AT LuVERNE - WESLEY - TITONKA - RENWICK ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne ELEPHANT BRAND FERTILIZER PAID FOR THIS CAR This Is not an exaggeration. By the "proper and effective use of Elephant Brand fertilizer thousands of farmers have been able to make the money for something they wanted, such as a new car or new farm machinery. With Elephant Brand fertilizer you grow bigger crops. Your cost of growing the crop is spread over more crop units (more bushels, bales, tons or pounds^ go you grow each unit for less. JRwer production cost per unit means you increase the difference between cost price and selling price — that difference is your profit. Using Elephant Brand will mean more money for you in three ways: first, your better-grade crops bring higher prices; second, your bigger yields give you more to sell and third, you get a greater profit on each crop unit of whatever you grow. GET BIGGER PROFIT "SLICE' WITHOUT FERTILIZER WITH FERTILIZER Think of this "pie" as the money you get for every crop unit you grow. The darkened portion Is your profit. Fertilizer helps you get a bigger profit "slice", ELEPHANT BRAND PLUS VALUES A Wld« range'of plant food ratios • Uniform-sued —- free flowing — pclletUed product! • All fertiliser* highly water soluble * Strong, weather-resistant, non-slip bogs f Extensive warehouse system for fait dealer service IT PAYS TO CHOOSE FROM THE ELEPHANT BRAND LINE | NITRAPRILLS (33.5-0-0) | 16-2O-Q | 11-48-O 1 13-39-O I 13-13-13 16-48-6 14-14-7 | S4-2O-6 | AMMONIUM 27-14-6 SULPHATE | 8-32-f (21.6-6) T 93-23-0 6~ | 16-30-10 UREA (45-O-O) Elephant' Brand. water soluble F E RTI LIZ E RS frl3 FROM YQUR LAND WITH ELEPHANT' BRAND afternoon. Afiita Mdftre, Diane Moore and Janice Lot-sen gave demonstrations. A talk Was given by Anita Moore. ^he group played games and sang songs and lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be with Diann Miller April 8. Mrs Frank Becker and Mrs Harold Lamps attended an all day 4-H training school Monday at the Methodist church in AI- gona. George Koestlcr and Vicki were Thursday evening callers in the Jack Tieman home. Mr and Mrs John Miller and family vere Sunday dinner guests in the Earl Miller home ih Algona. Mrs A. L. Rasmussen visited "her aunts, Mrs Merta Wallace nnd Marie Grover, in Algona, Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Ray McWhorter arrived home Sunday evening after a long stay and 3000 mile trip touring the south. Mr and Mrs Norman Johnson 'and Rox Anne of Redfield, South Dakota, and Mrs Clara Marlow of Burt wore Sunday dinner guests in the P. W. Marlow home. '" Mr and Mrs Deb Hall of Algona and Mrs Edith Johnson ot Okd'boji were Friday .evening visitor's in the John Miller hotne. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and Judy were Tuesday, evening visitors in the Tracy Stone home. Dinner and i-upper guests Sim- day in the Jack Tieman home were Mr and Mrs Gilbert 'Sax'ton and family of Cylinder. • Terry 'Tieman was a Sunday dinner guest in the Ray Westling iome. Mrs Frank Seeker, Mrs Harold Becker,, Mrs Edgar Keith, Ruth and Helen Harms attended night school Monday night. This was the last night and each showed ;he finished produce. Mrs Harold and Frank Becker took tip "be- 'inners sewing,' Mrs Keith 'knitting and Ruth and Helen Harms, advanced sewing. Mrs Chester Smith and Bob vere Sunday dinner guests in the •Cenneth Gatton home. ' Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdort visited in the Bernard and Chas. Phelps hom6 Wednesday evening. Clyde Moore and family and Emma Gatton were Sunday evening visitors in the Victoi Fitch home. "Olarac'ter is what' God knows you \o 'be; reputation is what i'nen think you are." World Mission Program Held, Seneca Church Seneca <— The Blak.jer Lutheran Church Women were Riven a birdseye vrew of the World Mission program Of the American •Lutheran church at a meeting held at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. The meeting opened with devotions by Pastor ViPen. Mr." Curtis Olsen presented the Cause •of World Missions. -Delegates elected were Mrs Fred Johanh- esen find Mrs Ted Jensen. Mrs John Johanrtesen and Mrs Mm-, tin Wilberg were hostesses. Tilda JoTiatmesen of Fairmont was a guest. Attend Showfrt Senecans attending the shower for Joa"n Mitchell held Sunday, at St. -John's Luthefan church tot Fenton included Mrs Ole Pedersen, one of the hostesses, Mrs Marlin Wegener, Mrs Alfred Petersen, Dorothy and Alyce, Mrs Roy Mueller and Mrs Henry Looft. Miss Mitchell's marriage y Tom Manley of Armstrong will be solemnized April 16 at Fenton. Laurence Johannesen returned home from Rochester Saturday. He had spent 'the past week as a tmtient at the Methodist hospital. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Helices Pain Hew York, N. T. (9p<wl>l) — For the first time science haft found a new healing'substance With 'the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching:, and relieve pain — Without surgery. In ease after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amaiing of all-result* wen '10 thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Pile* 'have Ceased to be a problem I* The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in rufpository or ointment form under the name Preparation H9, At all drug counter*. thursdoy, March 23, 1961 Algdna (la.) Upper De* Moln*«-7 Mr and Mrs Claude Johnson and family Were Sunday dinner guests at the Donner Johnsons, Fairmont. Mr nnd Mrs Marvin Wilberr. and family of Estherville were Wednesday dinner guests at the Martin Wilbergs. Mr and Mrs Jerry Jacobs of Armstrong wero Sunday guests at the Olaf Oftednhls. Rose Ann Thompson, student at Mankato State Teachers College, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Henrietta fhofnp* soft. Mrs Clarence Osborn spent from Thursday until 'Saturday of last week with her sister ana family, the Arnold Kueckers ai 1 Laurel. Ncbr. Mr'ahd Mrs .Tefty Jentz ^ere hosts to the Neighborhood card club Sunday evening. High prizes were won by Mrs Cecil Bald- Win and Clarence Osbom, low, Cecil Baldwin and Mrs Roy Klein, and travel, Ted Jensen. There's no horns like your own, and no place to finance your home like our association Host families want A home of their own, and we are ready to help you own yours. Insured Savings and Loan Associations like ours make more home loans than all other financial institutions combined. Stop in and see us about a hotna loan that is personalized for your budget I HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION MEMBER OF THE SAVINGS AND LdAN FOUNDATION. 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