The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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da.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, April 6, Milton Farrows Observe 25th AfLedyard vT Ledyafd — Mr and Mrs Milton .Farrow of Lakota will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary ."Sunday, April 10, with an opeii house to be held at Sacred Hean Catholic Church from 2 until 4. ..There will be a program at 2:30. • No invitations are being sent, air friends and relatives are invited to attend. <- Their children, Mrs Gene Nilson of' Winnebago, Mrs Duanc .'..Murphy of Blue Earth and Bar-bara at home, are sponsoring the •event. ~3 Get Scholarships Three members of the Ledyard senior class have received scholarships. Beth Johnson has been notified of a $100 scholarship from Northwestern College at Orange City. Betty Herzog received an academic scholarship of $150, renewable each year upon successful completion of the year's work,from Northwestern at Orange City. Darwin Jorgenson has receivec a $300 trustee scholarship from Bcuna Vista College at v Storrr. Lake. ' • Benefit Dance The Ledyard American Legion Will hold a benefit dance at Interlaken Ballroom at Fairmont, Minn. Thursday, April 13. Nephew Drowns ' Mr$ Marie Halverspn and Marvel were week-end visitors at the Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson home. ...While there they received word ^pf the accidental drowning on -Saturday of their nephew and Cousin, Thomas Halverson, • 33, of ^Minneapolis. The Halversons .•were in Minneapolis Tuesday attending the final rites. "•• The Northwest Group of the "Rosary Society of the Sacred .Heart Catholic Church will hold »? bake and food sale following '.both masses Sunday, April 9. The jame group will also hold a card •-party in the church April 20. '•' Members of Boy Scout Troop ,T9 are having a bake sale at the .Legion Hall April 8 at 9:30. The .'troop is also taking part in the /"Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" on Saturday by leavmfe "Good Turn Bags" at all the homes in Ledyard. These are to -be filled with materials of clothing and other items for the han^ dicapped at the Goodwill Industries. The boys ask that the filled hags be put on the front door Isitep by 8:30 a.m. April 15 for collection. Mr arid Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Kathy and Jeffrey visited with his mother, Mrs George Thompson Sunday. Mrs Thompson was their guest at Easter dinner in Fairmont and they later spent the afternoon as guests of the Tilmer Halversons in Blue Earth. Mr and Mrs R. C. Nehotte and family of Minneapolis, Pat Sullivan of Humboldt and Madonna Sullivan of Carroll visited over the weekend at the parental J. F. SulliVan home. Mr and Mrs Ernest Burrow of St. Paul, and Mr and Mrs Dewain Wilcox, Melodoe and Karen Kay of Iowa City Visited over the week end at the Glen Burrow home. Mr and Mrs Dale Junkermeier, Oceansidc, California, are parents of their child, a girl, born March 29. She is the first grandchild for the Marvin Junkermeiers and the first granddaughter for the Ted Wallentines. Mrs Wallentinc left Friday evening for California. Sunday guests at the Cyril Haag home were Mr and Mrs Bill Schneider of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ralph Cayler and family of Bancroft, the Bernard Reillys, & Melbourne and Vernon Haag 'amilies. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Walterman and family of Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests at the parental John. Walterman home. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Edwin Dontje and Mr and Mrs John Klooster. Mrs Jennie Dontje and Edna of Webster City were weekend visitors at the Edwin Dontje home. Mr and Mrs John Carpenter of Omaha and Deloris Udstuen of Council Bluffs were week end visitors at the E. A. Carpenters and Orrie Udstuens. Night Glasses Graduate Among members of two sewing classes of the Adult Evening School, concluded recently here who presented a style show during the final session, were the ladle! shown here. They are left to rtebt front row, Agnes Kirsch, Sandra Phillips, Madonna Kramer and Virginia Becker, In back left to rlht Ruth Harms, Ellen Streit, Mrs. Arnold Kollasch and Mrs. Don Stark. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving) Creek and" MY find Mrs Ellsworth Heidemvith were Sunday even- irtg dirifief guests at the home of Mr |nd Mrs Bert .Seely. Mr arid Mrs Dean Meyer and family of Lake Crystal, Minn., were over weekend visitors at the home of Mrs Marie Schmeling, mother of Mrs Meyer, . Mrs- Mathilda Meyer was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke, Lolts Creek. Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems loft for'Rochester, Minn. Sunday. Mr Siems went through the clinic Monday. • Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Hcidcn- with were Wednesday evening callers at the Mount Kinseth- iome in Algona. Mr arid Mrs Lawrence Pert! returned home last Tuesday from hejr four month winter trip to Whittier, Calif. Sponsor Rocdeo "*""" state competition. Complete de/tails will be released later* Algeria's JayCees are .slated to sponsor a Teenage Roadeo, a safety driving program for youngsters, sometime late In April, according to Ed Farrell and Jerry Leaneagh, chairmen of the'eveht. Local winner will advance to district and possibly ,.•.-•;' ••." •; LAMI8 ;' ,. • Jerry Ball of near Indlanola has a 7-year-old Suffolk ewe 4 that gave birth to four lambs, recently. Altogether Jerry has 30 lanlbs, including the quadruplets and another set of triplets. Good Turn Day Kick-Off Set By Area Scouts The kick-off of the Prairie Jold Area Council "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" will take place April 8 when the Cub Scouts, under the direction of Cubmasters Floyd Hutzell and Ed Sindelar and the den mothers t/ will distribute God Turn Day bags to all of the homes in Algona and the entire council area. The Scouts urge citizens to fill these bags and extra boxes generously with materials of clothing and other items for the handicapped at Goodwill Industries, so that these less fortunate workers can earn their own living, rather than be supported by charity. The Scouts are out to make this a banner event, and ask that you look in your attic, basement, or other storage space for articles to fill your "Good Turn Day Bag" through the week, and then place it on the front step of your home by 8:30 a.m., April 15, for the Boy Scouts to collect. Ex-Whiffemore Man Victim Of Heart Attack Whiitemore — Word was received here Saturday of the sudden death of Rudolph Hahn, who died of a heart attack in a hotel in Kansas City, Kansas. Funeral services were held Monday at Kansas City and graveside rites at 3 p.m. at West Des Moines Tuesday. Mr Hahn was the son of the late Mr and Mrs F. O. Hahn, Whittemore, and attended the Lutheran school and graduated from Whittemore high school and grew to manhood here. His father was depot agent for the Milwaukee road for over 40 years. He is survived by two sisters, Helen Hahn and Mrs Ralph Albright, and three brothers Bernard, Arno and Henry. One brother, Paul, died of an heart attack in 1959. Melviiv Heinrich left for Des Moines Tuesday morning where he entered the Veterans hospital for observation. Werner Siems of Evansville, Indiana, arrived here last Monday night to attend the funeral ot lis brother-in-law, Henry Wich- .endahl, which was held March 28. Mr Siems is teaching in the Redeemers Elementary Lutheran school in Evansville. He returned home Thursday by plane. Mrs Edwin Krage of 1 Addison, 11. and her son Donald Gade; of St. Louis, Mo., arrived here Monday of last week to attend the 'uneral, of Henry Wichtendahl, Brother of Mrs Krage. Mr Gade s teaching school in the Christ Elementary Lutheran school in St. Louis, Missouri. Mrs Arthur Heidenwith received a card from Mrs Emma Struecker, who is vacationing in Hawaii. She left for the west coast last Monday where she boarded a plane and flew to Hawaii, & Saturday left Honolu lu by plane for Vancouver, Cana da and expects to return home ti Fort Dodge this week. ACrs Strue cker is a former Whitiemore re sident. Mr and Mrs 'Arnold Metzger are parents of a daughter born in St. Ann hospital in Algona They now have a family of seven girls and four boys. Donald Kenyon, twin son 01 Mr and Mrs Edward Kenyon underwent surgery Wednesday n the Palo Alto Memorial hospi- :al at Emmetsburg. The Tri-County Drying plan purchased the former Schumacher Television and Appliance building from Mr and Mrs Harold Schumacher. Mr Schumacher purchased the Cozy Inn building early last fall. ;..Mr Mr and Mrs Don Hulburt 6f Fenton, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and family of Lotts CULLEN HARDWARE PRESENTS4HE LAWNSCAPER WITH 2i$UGGESTIONS FOR A FINER LAWN I LATEX RUBBER BASE WALL PAINT Use on any interior painted or unpointed surface of plaster, wallboard, brick, wallpaper, unglazed tile or composition type material* • Dries in less than 1 hour • No laps, streaks or brush marks • Apply with brush or roller • Easy clean-up with soap & water Non-Yellowing WHITE ENAMEL Premium qualify — goes on white, i Jfe mm •taw White. Dries to porcelain-like 0 "I f f finish. Use inside or outside. Avail. MX I » obte IB gloss or semi-gloss. ' M JJJJJ WALLPAPER SALE! fey rte Retail Beck Price for ( Kef ... 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Unique 48-page reference book inrormati ° n - ?e " " available at Shower Honors Lone Rock Bride Mrs Sharon King of Itving. Texas was guest of honor at a hovver held for her March 19 at he Lutheran church in Lotts !reek. ' ' • . "This is Your Life" was prc- ented with Mrs Victor Dreyer s , narrator assisted , by Jane, daryls, Joan and Jeanette Wich- endahl, Carol Bellinger and Karen Seegebarth, a skit was given by Alice Parker and Mrs Darlene Bollinger. Hostesses were Mesdames Larry Stwyer, Wilmer Wichtendahl, Wayne Bollinger, Norman Bollinger, Kenneth 'Bellinger, Delbert Geitzenauer, Ernie Schaefer, Harold Morey, Marvin Bell, Walter Bell, Gerald Sprong, Elmer Pijahn, EJdon Hantelman, Louise Bcrninghaus, Victor Dreyer, Dean Meyer, Edwin Lucdt- ke, Emil Bierstedt, Darryl Householder, Alice Parker. Mrs King, former Sharon Wichtendahl of Lone Rock, was married to Johnny King Jan. 15 in Irving, Texas where they are making their home. ; WE ARE HAPPY to announce that we will expand our business to'12 NEW LANES - PLU.S A MODERN SNACK BAR — this summer which will be ready for league bowl* ing this fall. . ' . CONTACT Bob or Doyle now for signing up your team for next fall while you have these choices of nights: MONDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap TUESDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap WEDNESDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap * and Classic. THURSDAY NIGHTS - Women's Handicap FRIDAY NIGHTS - Mixed Doubles SATURDAY NIGHTS - Mixed Doubles. ALGONA LANES Bob Riedel and Doyle Dailey, Prop. PHONE CYpress 4-2831 KING MERRITT & Co. INCORPORATED INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT FIRM MUTUAL FUNDS INSURANCE Announces the Relocation of the FORT DODGE DIVISIONAL OFFICE New Office Located At M-26 Mezzanine Floor, Warden Bldg. The Experienced Representative i In Your Area Is DONALD E. 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