The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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4-Alflono (!<*») Upper DM Mofnet thuitday, April J7, 1961 evening. Heading the brganiza- tion for the ,rieW year Will be Ray McWhorter as president, F. L. Ryerspn, 1st vice president George Becker 2nd vice president Harley rtiirisbn, 3rd Vice president Herman Radhut,Jr., Secy - Tr&a- surer, Stan Gardner, "laon Tamer, Ken Cook, Tail Twister, Al Hinckley.-end Harlan Lacy, new directors, and J. L. Miller and Rev. Evan Routh, holdover dir« ectors* • •••• The local group also voted to sponsor a pancake supper Me;- Lions Club At Burt Elects New Officers I'Burt -* Members of the Burt Ljon's Club held election of of- fjfcers at their meeting Monday .10. The proceeds of the suppef Will go to help sponsor worthwhile local projects. In conjunction With • the pancake supper they will have a bargain booth, music wiil be furnished throughout the evening. Ray McWhorter was chosen at. delegate to the State Lion's Convention in Cedar Rapids June •1-6. Scout Meeting .George Becker, Howard Batt, Dale Lockwood Wallace Hawcott, Paul Arend and Herman Rachut Jr., Cub Scout Committee, met at the city hall Friday evening to set. up Cub Dens in Burt. In Den.I will be Randy Tjaden, Howard Batt Jr, Steven BecS- er, Mark Mawdsley, Nathan Schultz, Billy Spry and Wayne Lavrenz. In Den II are Randy Presthus, Francis Arend, Mike Hamilton, Roger Graham, John Chipman, and Jimmy Curtis. Den Mothers are Genevieve Spry, Mrs Wm, Tjaden, Mrs Richard Garman Mig Harold Preslhus. The first pack meeting will bt tjeld at the city hsll Friday even- ng, April: 28. There is a special •equest'for attendance of parents. On May 15 the cubs will meet with their sponsoring organization, the Burt Lion's Club, and Will be presented their charter. Wed Recently At St. Joe ' • . ' *i ' . i li - ' IT'S IN THE BAG! It's a Toro Exclusive! [Treat yourself to a new mowing thrill! The Toro" 125' Pony® Rider has the famous"Wind-Tunnel"t 'housing— a super-vacuum freezes every blade of, grass upright for a neat, clean cut . . . even long igrass, crab grass, matted grass, .And the wind tunnel airstream blasts clippings, leaves, lawn litter right into -the bagging attachment. All this plus extreme riding comfort! ) No clumping ever with the Pony Rider— even •with the bag off, clippings are dispersed evenly ever your lawn. j y Sturdy 4.5 h.p. engine has two speeds forward, ,one in reverse. Blade locks easily in transport posi- 1 !tion. Single-lever height-of-ciit adjustment, release clutch, single lever shaft. r* of Ton Mfg. Corp. — ..-•• ., .. f pine Jn and we the Toro Pony Jodoyt <j» Q * Q Q jr NORTON MACHINE WORKS 117 N. Hall, Algona, Iowa CY 4-4658 So'nor 8 Members Members of the U. P. W. honored eight honorary members at n '1:30 dessert "luncheon Wednes day. The e-sht honored, whose a^e: total C63 years of service to f' church were Rena Buellj Lillian Mienzer, Amelia PoJhemus,' Carrie Larson, Hedwig Larson,,Core Stow, ,Lulii' Ringsdorf and Nellf Dremmel. Mrs Sm'dt and Viola Recker po'ured. Mrs ' Virginia Becker was mistress of ceremonies at ; short program dedicated to the special guests. ; -A vocal quartet, Yirsinnia Becker, Grace Bergerud, iPalma Joy' Holding and Marlene ;Drem- ipel sang. They were accompanied by Evelyn Mawdsley. Each of the honored guests was presented a gift from the •U.'P. W. -members Ten I; Ratings ! Burt high schpp^ won 10 division I raftings' ariid'iiihe division II ratings }at jthefsrpall groups contest hel^ia'tiLakpta' recently. Winning I's 4 - were' Pair Hoover, Francis McDonald, mixed vocal duet, Francis McDonald " and ' Gerald Hilton, clarinet trio, Jr. high -nixed' double quartet, boys double mixed quartet, madrigal, girls Sextet and girls quartet. : ; Wllli?rh Hojmseth is' instru- jjiehtal ;instructor & itirna Baars, vocal Instructor^ f in the Burt school. ... , j ' On Saturday, April ?2, the Burt higl^..scTiool banH; went' :ta Terril to participate iri":'the jlarge eroups contests. They received a II. ,' The Ruth circle met at the home of Shirley Lovstad. Francis Sarchet was elected chairman, 'riuby Hinckley, vice - chairman, and Janice Schaller, secretary- treasurer. 'me Rhoda circle met at the home of Genevieve Graham, who is the : chairman, Beulah Davis. Vice chairman, and Alice Cole, secretary-treasurer. ' The Rebecca circle met at the McMullen home. Lefie McMullen is chairman, Vera Schwietert vice chairman, and Wantalee Hawcott, secretary-treasurer. The Rachel circle with Benita Mitchell elected/chairman, met at the Mitchell home. Mary Sarchet was elected vice chairman. Members of the TNT club met at the home of Mary Jean Andrews Tuesday honoring her bjrthday anniversary with a one O'clock luncheon with Elsie Lockwood and Loretta , Lichter as hostesses. , .. ->• Lillian 'Fredrickson, Lefie McMullen, Helen Vogel and Ltirenai Soderburg will attend a 6th district meeting for Republican. •ivoman-at. Fort Dodge Thursday, ^' * Circles Elect ' •, The 1961-62 Methodist church circles held their organizational meetings recently . and elected officers for the coming year. Want little tires or full-sized tires on^your compact? WHICH IS THE RAMBLER AMERICAN? X-RAY BOOKt COMPARES Small compacts like Falcon, Corvair, use 13-inch tires that turn a million times mure every 10,000 miles—run hotter, wear faster. Rambler American is the economy compact with big 15-inch tires that look better, run cooler, last longer, give more load-carrying capacity. tFREE 28-Page Illustrated X-RAY BOOK At Your Rambler Dealer Compares '61 Cars Side By Side Harold Batt and Larry Hinckley. who are employed in Rapid City, So. Dakota, spent the weekend with their parents, the William Batts and Al Hinckleys. Sunday guests at the parental Walter Steward home were Mr and Mrs Eugene Steward, Ames, Roger Steward, Fayette, Mr and Mrs Cliff Abbas, Judy, Janice and Marjorie Orr of Algona. Supt. Harold Martin, Mrs Naomi Thompson, and Mrs Matheson, who has been hired to teach special education at Burt the -•oming year, attended a special education meeting at Mason City fhusday eveening. The annual spring concert of he Burt community school band will be held at '7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4 in the high school ludilorium under the direction ol William Holmseth. There will be no admission charged The fourth qaurterly conference of .the Burt' Methodist church will be held at the church at 3:00 p-.m. Sunday, April 30 and District Superintendent H. G. Oawes, Spencer, will preside. Dr. Dawos will also deliver the sermon at Sunday morning's worship service. Members of St. John's Walthei League were hosts to a Family night at the church Wednesday evening. Bora Pervane, Foreign exchange student at Algona high school, was the guest speaker of :he evening Lana Cunningham and Mary McFarland were appointed as de-legates to the District Walther League convention to be held at Okoboji May 29 through 31. Mrs Lefie McM'illen was host- •ss to the members of the Fortnightly club in her home Friday. Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichter and boys took their daughter Lois to Dubuque Sunday, where she will begin a 3-month training period in the Psychiatric ward of a Dubuque hospital. At the end of the 3-month training, Lois will return to St. Joseph't hospital, in Mason City, to complete her nurse's training Lois spent the past week at her homf here. Jo Ann Borrriann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Bormamn, St. "Joe, was married to Edmund A. Berte, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Berte, April 6, at '9:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Caitholic Church in St. Joe. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed 'the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Gary Kramer 'and Norman Bormanxu.' , The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor ^ length gown of Shiffli embroidered cry- stalette over net and taffeta with scalloped sabrina neckline and long sleeves with scalloped edge. The bodice had an empire effect of bian band and bow., deep point in front and back with button back closing..-The very full gathered skirt .had three tiers in back with scalloped edging extending into a brush train.. She wore a cloud veil attached to a crown of oramge blossoms. The Dride carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and stephanotis. Her bridal attendants, were Beatrice Bormann, maid, of hon- 1 or, and Patricia Kramer, bridesmaid. The bridegroom's attend"ants were Alfred and Nicholas Berte. Usners were Thomas Bor- imann aha' Sylvester Berte. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. Ralph Kramer and Mrs Ernest Kramer, poured, and Mrs. Alphonse Thilges and Mrs. Matt Bormann cut and served .the wedding cake. The guest book -was cared for by Barbara Kellner and Ruth Ann Kledn. A dinner was held alt the Plantation Ballroom for 165 friends and relatives with 225 invited to the reception. ' After a short trip the couple is .at home on a farm two miles west of Whittemore. (Nels Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving) U-Go-l-Go Club Cindy Bradley was hostess to the U-Go-I-Go club meeting on April 19. A brief business meeting was held tor the purpose of electing a new treasurer. Myrna Mino received the office. ( Linda Lovstad and Becky Mino were guests. Annual Meeting Of Historical Society May 1 Tickets went on sale last week for the dinhei 1 and annual meeting of the Kossuth County Historical Society to beheld Monday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. at the Algona Country Club. C. R. Schoby, president of the Society, stressed that al' County residents are invited to attned as weir as members of the ' organization. '•-,'-,...' Featured speaker at the meeting will btt Bela Bachkai, Washington D. C., Secretary of the American Hungarian Federation, who will speak on Louis Kossuth, great Hungarian patriot for whom the county is named, , Mr Bachkai will be accompanied by several other membehs .of the Federation and they will present n plaque \ cqmrhternornting Loltib Kossth which swill be hung in the courthouse. • Mr Bachkai first became known here when he and,several other •Hungarians attended the 1958 :Kossuth County oand Festival He asked to be invited back at a later date and it was decided that the Historical Society < Meeting would, be an apporpriate time for the visit. ' Annualldues of'$1 for 1961 for the Historical Society are no\v due and should be sent to Harry I wa5nd,' - secretary, ] Algona 'New 1 members joining by May 1 will be listed as charter members. ; at morning and evening services &t the church 1 SiMday', May 7, and a fellowship' dimier is to, be hfeld 'at'12:45, following the morning bervic'e. Ml friends and members •If tl e church- are invited to al- end any or all of-the services. Plum Creeks 4«H Plum Creek Boys 4-H Club •noi; April 5. Talks were given by itoberj, Miller, Don Btherington, and G'eral Miller. Rodney Scuff- ham attd Eugene Gdr'dih&r \werfe seilee'ted to- go to camp, John Mescher was selected _ito go tb 1 snort ccnu-Se. LUnoh was Served Ly the hosts. Ti\B Town Dopartnumt of Public Safety fitidd ihat,drivers bcU ween 14 ana 19 ycnrs. old drive only 5 percent 61' milus tfu.-elod in the state, but that 15 percent of. all highway fatalities fall ih th'is grbup. '•..•.'.'. ^ • , UDM Giasalneds HMY Get a Rambler American! X-Rey shows it's BETTER BUILT X-Ray shows it's a BETTER BUY t fining Ft*. F"JI [(*(\n ^"rvmr"! f" r\ff, ', M \/.i C,, »• I ., ..i. «-i-i i . . , . . .. . . Compare Falcon, Comet, Corvair, Valiant, Lark, Lancer with Rambler American's thorough excellence, such as 9,000-weld Single-Unit construction. Deep-Dip ruslproofing up to the roof. The better-built Rambler American officially carries lowest price ol"««i' U.S. sedan. It is priced from $67* to S485 *"/.Wi than ALL other American-made compacts. *Priee coinpariaim are baud on manufaclurcr\' wx- HeslfJ j'aclury Jtli i ereJprice* fur lutml-primii muitfli. World Standard of Compact Car Excellence DAU'S OARAOi, 125 S, Dodge, Algona, towa Lotts Creek Leaders The Lotts Creek Leaders met at the home of Lianne and Marvin Pomp, April 19. Dale Wegener was active President. Elected for Short Course at Ames was Marvin Pompe. David Wegener and Gerald Luedke were elected delegates to 4-H Camp, with Mark pierstedt as alternate. Dale Wegener showed the dub twelve different seeds. A report on plants and thg earth was given by Gerald Luedke. Riverdale Rustlers Riverdale Rustlers met April 20 at St. Joseph School. After the meeting there was a flower exchange. Charlcne Thilgcs and Bei'iuidetU! Hilbcrt gave talks. The group activity was learning to imdcr.>laiid our ndgbbo.u. MOORE BUSINESS FORMS All sizes. Upper Des Moines Of eice Supply Dept., Phone CY 41535, Algona. NEW LOW INTEREST Land Bank Loans INTEREST REDUCED TO Land B»ok kean» are now balng pwdt »t * n» w Iwf ra t* 9f in- tere*t . , . and, in accordance with I^nd Bank Policy, interest on loam mad» previously at a A/|/t> tf r«<« if elw being reduped. J,and Clank Lo»n» featur* low {nttrftt, long t*m», low pay mantl— and can b« paid off in •rfvanc* without penalty, Look ah*»d wh»n you look for a leaa OD (and—look for » Land Bank Lo*n tt»t prottsu y<w today tool g, H. HUTCHJN5, Mgr. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION 679 Local Church To Observe 100th !Year In May The First Baptist ichurch will observe the centennial of its founding with a banquet May 5 at 6:30 -p.m. in the local- Methodist church. Theme for the three-day centennial is "A Comassion For The world." Speaker for the May 5 dinner will be Dr. Robert Kittrell, p4stor of the, First Baptist. church at Brainerd, Minn. There will be a tea for woman of the church the following day, May a, at 2. p.m.. in the church basement. Mrs Myron Cetiarholm, Chicago, will be featured speaker. A rally will be held .that evening, With Dr. Myrph: Cedarhbm) 'general directoii of the Conseitvative Baptist Association p'f America as speaker..,...,.,..!'... , ,,. . Dr. Cedarholm will also speaks Spring Nursery Arrives At I'S The above picture shows one of the racks just filled with spring nursery items. We welcome you to browse through our Garden Center where you'll . see the finest in trees, bushes, shrubs, flowering shrubs, rose bushes . . . you'll find everything needed -for landscaping and gardening needs. • • . -.. - - s COME OUT TO-DAY! WE ARE LOCATED JUST NORTHEAST OF ALGONA SEE what you buy at DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER CY 4-4813 E. Hwy. IB ONL H B S3 for yards, patios/ entrances commercial uses GASLITE'S SOFT LIGHT, BLENDS PERFECTLY INTO ANY SURROUNDINGS, HOME OR COMMERCIAL . . . CAN BE ADAPTED FOR PIPE OR POST INSTALLATION , , .BRIGHTEN UP DARK AREAS, SUCH AS STEPS, WA'LKS OR DRIVEWAYS WITH GASUTES . . , DESIGNED TO ENHANCE ANY HOME OR COMMERCIAL BUILDING . . SEE THEM NOW AT ; North Centra Public Service Go. 109 $9. HARUN "YOUR GAS COMPANY' AUGONA

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