The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1961
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,4:1 *Kwi0,M n 2-Alflena (la.) Upper DM MfllnM Thor*dayi MBfeh 30, 1961 .,«,.»„.«.,, ,*-... JMjBg>..^,.fl,^..»«MsL.. &gjrtl.M«^ -II. .l^H,......^ t ' 4HS The plaque above was mounted in Hie iftaln corridor al Algona high school recently in honor of the late Ella -Thompson, ALgona, and her brother, Willard Thompson of LaJoIla, Calif. It commemorates; officially the establishment of the Thompson Educational Fund for .the .benefit of selected graduates of the high school. From the furtd, scholarships are available to worthy Studenrts. The funid Was originally established several years ago. Recently, Miss Thompson's will was filed Here and under its provisions additional funds, maybe as much as $23,0'p0 A Will'b;e added to the trust. Without the additional funds, 'the total in ' the fund is at least ?100,000, according ito Supt. P. B. Laihg. Miss Thompson also bequeathed monetary sums to • Otfter;;organizations . and a - long-time friend under the terms of the WjlK-.tAHS Camera Club Photo — UDM Engraving) .;',''" ' , , ' '. . , HJi Whitlembre — This community was shocked Sunday morning when it was learned that Henry Wichtendahl, 70, died at his home at 12:30 a.m. that morning from a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Wichtendahl had been viewing television until 10 p.m. He is survived by his wife, three brothers, George and Herman of Whittemorc and Edwin of Algona, one sister Alma (Mrs Edwin Kragc), Addison, 111., and a large number of nephews and nieces in this vicinity. Henry Wiehtendahl was the son of the late.Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl and . was born Feb. 24, 1891 in Elmhurst, 111. He came to Iowa with his parents when a small lad and attended the Lutheran parochial school here and was confirmed in St. Paul's Lutheran church in 1905. Pie grew to manhood on the home farm southeast at Whillc- morp and March 5, 1931 was united in marriage with Lyclia Siems and they established their home on his farm from which they retired and moved to their home in the south part of town. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in St. Paul's Lutheran, Church, of which he was a devout member and in which he served many offices during his membership in the congregation. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated in the church and at graveside. Pallbearers were six nephews. Darwin Prochaka, Raymond Zinnel, Edwin Wichtendahl, Delbert Wichtendahl, Kermit Kuecker and Henry F. Wichtendahl. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery southeast of town with McCullough Funeral Chapel, Algona, in charge of arrangements. LuVerne News Harry Slauffachc-r was a medical patient in Mercy hospital Fort Dodge for a week. Frank Mocding, Jr., was a 'recent medical patient in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Robert Heide and children of Webster City visited Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and girls. Baking Workshop For 4-H Leaders Held Mar. 20-21 A bread baking, workshop was held for the Kossuth County girls' 4-H the Methodist church in Algona and the .Irhmanuel ..I^utheran Church'in. Swea City March 20 and 21. Discussion oh various ingredients included types of yeast and amount to use, amounts of shortening, sugar and salt. Miss LettOw judged a loaf of breaad which included such points as size, brownness, crust not'oyer-. one-eighth inch thick, fine grain 1 with no large holes, springy, well baked. , There were forty-four leaders at these meetings. They will hold workshops for the 4-H girls In preparation for their local achievement days and county fair. Riverdale Rustlers Riverdale Rustlers Unit I met March 21. For group activity everyone helped make home made ice cream and pizzas which were served for supper. The special activity was learning to understand our neighbors (foods and customs of France) which was given by Bernadette Hilbert, Georgia Thul, Kritsine Plathe, and Charleen Thilges. A talk was given by Connie Bormann and Paula Thilges. Charlone Thilges and Kristine Plathe were selected to go to camp at Clear Lake. For recreation everyone learned to square dance. Hostess was Mary Alma O'Brien. NOW! Every Our Own Hardware Dealer says / personally promise you complete satisfaction W/tfy SUPERMIX PAINTS or your money bask!" Him DUIN HARDUJARF CULLEN HARDWARE Monday, April 3 FRANK JONAS and His Orchestra *i i Mrs Clinton Godden gave a party Saturday afternoon celebrating the birthdays of Donna, 3, tnd Robbie, 2. .Guests were Bobbie Kuhlmann, Ottosen, Susan Gddden, Georgia and Dirk iTex, Brenda and L&rry Fraser, Tommy and Terri Hawkins, Tommy, Timmy, Susan and Sheila Angus, Christy-and Jeff Potter, and the grandmother and auht Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann and Diane. GdmeS were played and refreshmehts served. Miss Cruise. Engaged Mr and Mrs Vincent Cruise of Wesley announce • the ment and .approaching maffiage of their daughter Mary Zita", Ma^on City, to Normart Slaudtj son of Mr and Mrs Al Staudt,, 6f Dougherty. Miss Cruise Is ehi- ployed as a registered nurse 4t Mercy hospital. Mr Staudt will graduate from Hamilton Business College in/May as ah executive accountant. The wedding date has been set for June 10. ; Newcomers Club ; , The Algona. Newcomers held & meeting at Van's Cafe March 21 at 8 p.m. Following a short ..busi* ness meeting, Marilyn, Boekel- man and Dorothy Studer provid* ed a verHMferesfthi'Ma taining eVehing explaining the history of cdimeld< Ai tfii close of the'eVeftini P8t-Moih won the door prize. -The Newcomers will hold their next regular meeting at the Legion Hall April 4,' at 8 p.m; A short dance program Will follow the business meeting and the rest of the evening will be spent playing bridge and five hundred. Elect Officers The 2feta £i Chapter bl &ela Sigma;Phi tnet March'2t at.tttfe home tfMfanfcy Billard. The elftf- tion of officers for tile neW ->e'ar to begin in May was held ana they arc as fpllows: president, Opal Kern; vice president, Mary Ilia j Erpejding; Secretary,- Jurie 1 KAlll; treasurer, JoArin Johnson; corresponding secretary, Vii'ginla Swari; extension officer, Marcia kelson; antl alterttate city cdurt- cil mtmber, Maxirie Clegg. After e nieeting, lunch Was Served Bonnette, WCTB Baptized Sunday fffternOon • in First Methodist church, -the -Rev. Newton- (Joug' henour officiating. Sponsors were Mf attd Mrs- Wesley Bat tfett. The paternal grandparents -Mr - and Mrs Ira Bonnette and the maternal grandmother Mrs Amy Johnson were in atteriMn'ce. &.J. _., , Tfi'Alttnd Weeding -Mr, 'and Mris '' fioli Priesk6r1i ahd binily ahd.gifMts, Mr alifl Mrs Mike Safflck, and family, of Chicago, are going to .Fort Dodge Monday, April 3 to attend the wedding of Janice Ann Young, dlughler 6f Mrs Fraiife Vduhg, to James Ashenfelter. The bride elect is a, niece ^ of Mrs 'Sallfck and Mi« FrilsRotn. , of sorority Sorority Meets Alpha Xi chapter .oi Marion Bat tiff fell T&esday ' evening the dardeh .was giv4n Jy\i/dls -fHflit, Flower, arraftgirig, 5y ''uaffJITFoutman "4nd fibufee Plarits'By ttuth Thuettte. Cori- mittee's were appointe'd for, tne spring-formal dinnerj^nd-datttfe. The next, meeting .wlwb'e at Ja"n Troutirf Aprif 4.T "'•• V ' gn- Mr and : Mrs Richard;., became the parents of ^ tejvbbfnMar. 28 at jSt. pm7rhi;Mb|!;\^!gltea|K|Bl. -3 Ot. aid has b6fen nttVned >Qiria Mn. , •¥ he rgraMparents are .,Mr Iffd Ms St«hl4V- Garmari, JiCot- with. and -Mr and MrS'-Ri G. Waldera. ] Honoree , Mrs Herfiy, filler' atcompartie'd n% soit-1n4a> jaffa 'dadghter, Mr Shd MhLMaHto jBteteh, Forest h MhLMaHto jBteteh, Forest City, to St, Benedict,-- Sunday tb attend a shower being given for Mrs Seller's grandaughter, Dar- - .,., ,, .' '.fhl Atei Glraerl Cluo-will meet Monday, April, 3 at ,1:18 ,^M» Elmore f ' : Mrs fenfng 16 *tne Itorth expo- sute. Mrs John Deim will, give hei- fst flowfei* arr'ahglng-Bourse. Aiiend __,» _—.. , . Airs Orrle Petersori St., Mrs drrie, Peterson Jp>, Betty Pefer- son, Mrs Ira Bonnette and Mrs Robert Bonnette went to Clear Lake 1 Friday to atbttd a style show given at the home of Mrs Darald Peterson. B.A.H. Club ~~" '• The B.A.H. club met last week' Wednesday evening with.Jo JS1- len Milder, .dther members are Phyllis Diamond, Inez Knecht and Kathy Roth. Lunch was served following: club activities* PRICES FOR MARCH 30,31 and APRIL 1 We're Headquarters for Easter Candies, Egg Dyes, Etc. KING K6RM STAMPS, TOO NATIONAL MEAT? 9 IIMKEtt Plump, Juicy HENS Gov'Hnsp. Grade "A" TJiwe «re perfect young dent with the juicy earn fed flavor fliit will make your Easier Din- oer one to remember. |o Ayg NATIONAL'S MEAT IS GUARANTEED g I00% Pure. Freshly Ground tfefoxtfy Nationars *EASY SLICE Boneless H4MT • He sugar cured goodness of old-fashioned jiams but fully cooled. ~* KO BONES ABOUT IT.;. YOUR BEST HAM BUY > TO GIVE COMPLETE SATISFACTION OR TOUR MONEY REFUNDED 100% Pure, Freshly Ground Ground Beef U.S. Choice, Tender, Juic Rib ?* u>..« 10 to 12 MorrelTs and Dubuqu* — CANNED L£ Avg. * ' PER LB. 1-C99 HAMSitf ****** w * SmoUd Pofisb . , E AC Nilttd*, Hic&ry Smofcea ; Sausage ^£7* LI,.. 99 Sliced Bacon Swift't Premium, C«rs« or Fine ' IJtft Booth's Breaded . Ring Bologna ...u,. y9 Shrimp , Mb. Pig. BROOKFIQ.D .'/ Fresh Crealhefl BUTTER Hare's nothing quite tile fresh pure butter, — especially for Easfer -. C PRWT 59 '*•••• Blue Bunny ICE CREAM Smoofji and creamy : rich with all the dev ,,, licious flavors w your choice.' </ 2 GAL CART. ^Vf^M^fWMa ^? ".. '" ';.' ;'.._;']"MAhtt' .' . • Cream Cheesed P Whipped up wHh « Tittle miflc it's the perfect 9 topping for i salads and desserti.. Always fresh. A : « 2 25° / ^.^p^^tf •/ ^h ^^^-' ' *••• ^^ ^p 100% VISCOSE RAYON—LARGE 27i4B Inch WASHABLE. NON-SKID. PRE-SHRUNK, LINT-FREE :! Cut and Loop RUG NOW $A79 y ti9U VALUE ONLY ( COMES IN 14 COLORS 2 Easter Time Favorites, yATOO — Favorite for Salads and Desserts • Fruit Cocktail n SO FRESH — With That Mild, Fresh Flavor ' Salad Dressing OAEDEN FRESH OUT GREEN Asparagus QUART JAB TENDER OUT SPEARS THAT MELT IN YOUR MOUTH ..... EASTER WRAP CARTON Hershey Bars CARTON OF 21 BARS Frozen Foods -Ga avo 2 for With That Fresh-From-The-Garden Just Picked Summer Flavor GARDEN FRESH, Spears of Broccoli | 0 .«. n,....... GARDEN FRESH j% AA ( Sweet Peas ,i* n,. ~....L for 09 ORCHARD FRESH Sliced Strawberries Golden Book Encyclopedias 49 s VOL.1 Still on Bale Only S99' M « ~"~ KRAFT — 10-ei. LONGHORN 6 Half Moon Cheese. Pure VANILLA 2-0*. 53°: WELCH - 24-ot. BoHfe -. Pure Grape Juice „ ; MYCO — ll-oi. Cans A mg^ f ' REYNOLD'S — 25 H. ,; Mandarin Oranges L for 49 _ Aluminum Foil ' DULANEY - No. 3 Can , AA* "' KLEENEX - PKG. OF 50 . v,,w.^,,,uu« Z-OZ.VW ; DULANEY - No. 3 Can AA. ' KLEENEX - PKG. OF 50 Food [ COLORS i^a^j Sweet Potatoes;.. ...... ,.. r ZS^Table Napkins .. . ....... ________ 49° 37« 25« f Parkay Oleb lu. ^ 3lc Treat faT^Kr?. ............ 45c ' Just Can't Buy Fresher 9 Finer Produce!' They Go Together OLD HOME . Brown 'n Serve Rolls NATCOPURE C Grape Jelly IMl j, t ,..; M Q , w PILLSBVRY ,, '.- rf|A Buttermilk Biscuits „,...„ lO m &, D 'cl, Ne , ........... 89c r Cheer ^ f Tide «- Liquid Chiffon ».«. _. 65c Bright golden fryit-frpm Firm ripe, and medium *fza fryit , , They are Top Duality t« Qr«en OniQn^ 1 ^ 199 fresh •••^%W,'-.v; .^.gjjftlg "Smm.ri.t • ' ' IQ A « ajjw r$«p Celery «^t.......vTiC Win arlptfrwlf:.- If ** 410 '8tw M!Mi e«fR ' Ik* (

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