The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 19
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Name Of f icers LuVerne — The Music Mothers met in the school lunch room Wednesday evening with Mrs Thees Schnakenberj presiding. •Nelson, Clara Schhakenberg ana presented the clarinet trio x ; Linda Nelson, Clara Schuakenberg and Efltti Erpeldihg, with their contest nlimber. The junior baton |WMerg, 'Lee SChlpull, Jane Sch- rhetzer, Kathy Wittmeier and , Gretchen Zentner gave a dem- vvith LeOta Ann Voss i Urectlhg.''f hey expect, to sponsor 'iniforflis for the junior twirlers. Slectibh' of officers was held. ! Ata ,Carl Hanselman, president; ; fits Alfred. Fett, Vice President; 'Robert Will.secretary Otto Jagels", treasurer, and Mrs Earl Manning Friday with MrS Herman Schiilz pVesldifig, Mrs Wofthle Usher w,as;a guest and presented slides of a recent trip, for the program. Election of officers, for new year, Mrs Joseph Thorn president, Mrs Loyd- Larson,' Vice president,' 3V|rs Hugh Shirk, secretary and Mrs Harry Lichty, treasurer. " " George Burtis'of Webs'ter City called on his sister Mrs Phil Lichty and Mr Lichty the past week. Mr and Mrs Carl Bergande entertained guests Sunday honor of the confirmation their granddaughter Vivian, her parents Mr and Mrs Ernest Per- gartde and family.Mr and Mrs George Bell of Renwick, Mr and Mrs Robert Johnson and family of Klemme Mr and Mrs Eugene Casey, Mr and Mrs John Per- ganrde and families of LuVerne. Clarence Casey was the honored guest Friday evening on the occasion of his birthday. Guests were his parents Mr and Mrs Robert Casey of Algona, his brothers the Eugene and Marion Casey families of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Robert Casey have now moved to the farm Irvington. they purchased near Cemetery Society I TheiLuVerne Cemetery Society Jnet April 13, in the town hall faith Mrs Harry Lichty presiding, iplans. f<jr. the purchase of bulbs and seeds for spring flowers for beautificatlon of the cemetery were made." Also they expect to give the society a new name with Cities submitted by all members at the May 11 meeting. Mrs Lena Hjris. won the chair prize. Games were played. Hostesses were Mrs O. O. McClellan, Mrs Albert A. Schipull, Mrs John Bockes and Mrs Ella Woito. ; The Comrade Sunday School class met Thursday evening in the E;v, United Brethren Fellowship rooms, Mr and Mrs Clyde Dudley l$d the devotions, gave the lesson study --and were the host and Hostess. Kenneth Marty had the .entertainment for the evening. '(Mrs Ella 'Wito has returned to her home in LuVerne. She Spent the winter months in Cedar Rapids with' her sons, the Harold zjnd Milton Wito families. ' ' Mr and Mrs Henry Studer of Bock Island, III, were weekend Visitors with his' brother, Mr and Mrs George Studer. , . . Earl Barton entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday for medical attention. (A dinner in uie, parental J. O. Cojc home honored their son Pvt.' Jojm who concluded his Furlough here and left for his new •assignment at Fort Ord, Calif. Guests were his grandparents Mr •and Mrs L. E. Chanebard, his sisfer Mr and Mrs Rpgerj Heiter an£ boys of Humboldt. ' '' '• • '• Mr and Mrs John Gramenz of Fehton were Sunday>gueete».qtt|*v~ •> his; cousins, Mr and Mrs Charles Hipz and Lester. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly and Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty were Sunday visitprs in the Judean -o<> aijj, 'UBpuBH IE atuoq uqqja.Vi casion was the "birthday of Mr Weitha. Mrs W. Raymond Legler and Chavles visited Monday with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Barnhardt at Pocahontas. '•Mr 'and Mrs Jack Lewarne , of Fort Dodge visited her mother Mrs Clara Rogers Sunday. '-Supt, f a,«\d Mrs. B.E,. Martin and Ml-'an,d Mrs Bryce A. Wickett attended the Alummi Banquet of ttiej GilteU Grove High School in Spence? : Saturday evening. Mr Martin and Mrs Wickett are ; fprmer teachers in the Gillett .Grove school. -Mr and Mrs Harley Chistensen • of "' Esthcrville were hosts at their home Sunday in honor of the annual Hanselman dinner for the Apjil birlh'days. Honored were Audrey, George, Jane, David Hanselman of LuVerne and Mrs Ronald Anderson of Leland. Attending from LuVernc were Mrs Anna Hanselman, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman, Mr and Mrs Earle Hanselman families. Elaine and Eleoanor Rockwoocl v/ere weekend visitors with their parents, Mr and Mrs Wilder Rockwood. i . Attending the funeral of Archie Sanford at Ellsworth Thursday were Mr and Mrs Jess Lindebak, Mr and Mrs Duane Ncal, Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr., Edward Lindebak, Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford, Mrs Jessie Sanford, Mrs James Trauger, K'a nad Mas C. O. McClellan, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach, Mrs Laura Zwetfel, Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider, Henry Loerwald and S. R. Baker Mr and Mrs James Traugcr and family, her mother, Mrs Jessie Sanford, were dinner guests in the home of their sister and daughter, the Irvin McGowans at Clear Lake. The dinner honored Mrs Gladys Sutler of Plattville Wise., visiting there and sister- in-law of Mrs Sanfard. The Missionary Qurid, were guests Wednesday of Emma Krause. Mrs &U0 Patterson ted devotions. Several PW™"* readings were enjoyed. The Guild voted $5 for Easter Seals. Mu Franez was a guest. The Evening Star Circle of the W.S.C.S. met Thursday evening with Mrs. James Mallory SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and Des Moines Pub. Co. '• Portland Twp. By Mm. Victor Fitch Mr and .Mrs Edmund Larsen speht the week end in Minneapolis, visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Thompson. Mr and Mrs The Larsens Jack and Thompsons took in the Ice Follies there Saturday night. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern attended the 25th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow at the Sacred Heart church in Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Haryy Larson Were Sunday evening in the Edmund Larson home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern went to Des Mbincs on business Friday. Mr and Mrs Claire Moore and family of Dolliver were Sunday visitors in the Levant Moore home. They also called at the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home. Mr and Mrs B.iUy Chrasten|en and Debbie attended 'a birthday: surprise' party Friday evening in honor of Mrs Elvira Christensen in the home af Mr« fiffie, feetir. Mr and Mrs Clifford Ysuhg went to Mason City - to vifeit Grandma Young in Mercy hospital. Grandma Young suffered a setback about the middle of the stfeek, but is better again at this writing. Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse rented the farm previously owned by Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson ot Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs "Tracy Stone and Ricky moved out Friday and have rented a house m Lone Rock. v , Mr and Mrs Floyd Gardner, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schenck.Mr and Mrs" August Slagle, Mr and /Mrs Arthur Jackman, Mrs Clara Cruikshank, Alice Ditsworth and Mrs Marguerite Gardner, all of Algoha and old friends of Mr and Mrs Ray McWhorter, came in Wednesday evening with refreshments for a housuwarmihg. • ... .'<" , A Mr and Mrs Jim Shipler of Algona called at the Earl Shipler home Monday. • , Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Ruth, Mary and Norma were Sunday visitors in the Carl Harms home. Mr and Mrs Leeonard Ites ahd family and Mr. and MrS' Robert Ites and family, all of Alden and Mr and Mrs James Harms and family'of ;Fbrt''Dodgei,'^6re recent visitors in the 'Jessei Harms home. • ' • '"".•->.,-' ' Mr and Mrs Bill Champion Jr. artd family and Mr and Mrs William Champion Sf, of Algona were Sunday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms home. Mr and Mrs Bill Champion Jr. and family are leaving Tuesday for Morris, 111, where Mr Champion is employed. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy were Sunday evening guests in the Arnold Danielsen home in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Rosa Hansen and four year old David Danielsen. "It is much better to sit tight than to try to drive in that condition." Mrs. Inman Back From Trip West Mrs C. C. Inman, Bancroft, returned to Iowa on April 5th after spending the winter in Cal- Monrovia and Torrance. Monrovia and Torrince. Mrs Inman, who is Vice President and Representative director of Kosuth County T. B. and Health Ass'n, attended the annual meeting of the Iowa T. B. and HealthAss'n held April 13-14 at Hotel Kirkwood at Des Moines. executive board of the Iowa T. B. and Health, Ass'n. 59 Junior High Students Here On Honor Roll A total of 59 junior high school students in the Algona Community School District were named to the third quarter honor roll last week. Included were six students, Rodney Ricklefs, Harlan Witt- Kopf, Jean Christiansen, ahd Toni Tucker, eighth grade,'and Robert Dveesman and David Martin, seventh grade, with straight A's. The rest of the students honored are: Seventh grade - Tom Dailey, Danny Merryman, John Redd, Tom Ricklefs, Tom Samp, John Snyder, Phil Taylor, Sally Bay, Cheri Boeckholt, Linda Cooper, Sandra Hagg, Linda Meehlhause, Sharon Menneke, Susan Moulton, Jane Raney, Shirley Ringsdorf, Cheryl Rusk, Linda Sands, Peggy Schutter, Helen Skow, Sharon Sundet, Linn Taylor and Carol Teeter. Eighth grade - David Agena, At the business session on Friday, | Richard Aple, Norman Benson, Mrs Inman was elected to the Bruce McCullough, D.ennis Ohrt- Thursday, April 27, 196! Algona (Iq.) Up|>ar Pe» Molna«~S man, Sandy Schenck, Trudy Alt, Janet Angle, Kay Brandow, Sharon Bristow, Karen Charles,-Mary Cowan, Marilyn Deal, Penny Dodds, Jackie Jo Erickson and Dorene Funk. Emy Lou Garms, Jane Geilenfeld, Marilyn Harris, Marlene Henderson, Pam Hopkins, Lois Hunt, Maureen O'Brien, JUdy Parrott, Barb Percival, Gayle Phillips, Judy Schaeffer, Diane Smith, Lorna Walker and Ann Wilson. Mrs. Dan Bray New President Of Women Voters New/officers were elected and local study items adopted at the annual meeting of the League of Women Voters, April 11. Mrs Daniel Bray was named president for a two year term and the retiring president, Mrs Max Bartholomew, was elected vice president. Mrs John Fraser was elected secretary; Mrs Robert Garms, treasurer and Mrs Jack Llmbaugh and Mrs A. J/ Cotton, directors. The nominating committee is Mrs Floyd Holt, Mrs Nels Anderson and Mri W. J. Finn. The members voted as .local itrms to revise and publish a booklet, "This Is. Algona" and to continue the study of the county government with emphasis on conservation and "recreation". The mental Health item was placed on the continuing list. Algona Boys 4-H The monthly meeting of the Algona Boys 4-H Club was held •it the Farm Bureau office April 4 with 9 members present. Bcr- nie Plemel gave a talk. A demonstration by Julius Harig. Discussion topics were by Russel Bode and Alan Bode. Record book inserts were handed out by Bob Mayer. Poster Winner Jon Clark, son of Mr and Mrs Homer Clark Algona, was named winner of the Algona library's poster contest this week. He received a book as a prize. The, contest was held in connection with National Book Week and was open to all students in grades seven through 12 . GOOD NEIGHBORS Around The Town and Country iiiiiuiinirani iiiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiir Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery - Trucks — Tires , Oliver . Masiey-Harrli AllU-Chalmer* CMC Trucks Flreitona Tirol Phone CY 4-2421 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR Branson Building Service "Try Us ; And You'lf-Like Us" \ Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK ', ; .1 Builders' Hardware. 1 .' Tools j • = KLINE Tanks it ' \m 'REDWOOD Tanks | N. of'Jet. Hwys. I 18 & 169 ;! Algona • CY 4-4369 I aiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy iiiiuiiiiiiniiii mniM m imniiiii* Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona iiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiilliiliiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Seventeen years ago the International Harvester dealership in Algona became the properly of two brothers, Walt and Deb Hall. In the intervening time, the Hall Brothers, doing business as ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO., have come to know a wide range of friends and customers, and have seen their business expand into a fine, new modern concrete block structure with plenty of private parking & room for used machinery right at the front door or side door, you might say. The brothers came to Algona in March of 1943, and took over the IHC location then at State and Jones. In October of 1947 they moved to their fine new home on Commercial Street, where their shop room is the finest and most ample in this area. As every farmer knows, ability to get parts is a "must", and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT parts department, is one of 'the largest in Northern Iowa. • ^'Service IS Our Most Important Product" is the slogan of the ALGONA IMPLEMENT, which handles hot only the International line but also supplemental equipment lines as well as power lawn mowers, boat motors, and lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. The Hall Brothers and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT crew invite you to stop in — anylimel The Rockw U* lessor given from he un Visitors Wilht * Saturday 'topital whei-p '\^&enTaf*Aibert •HH ..»A8 Sway were .M,v and M*rs* LaTcn Wilhclin and Timothy of Boone, Mr and Mrs Rogei Day of Humboldt, ap.4 Wte Mllton Wilhelm^ of LuVerne, Mr < r w *IU. W«»., "•*"" «• -», j »«..,, uests of his mother, Mi' and Mis '.'Lichty. j. j. club were §uesis <« Algona Implement Co, Your Friendly International Harvestef Peale? FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sale* fc Swri«« D Phone CY 4-35Q1 Algona YOUR Meet William Lane Of Whittemore Irons Heating & Plumbing 8prv» You T« Plumbing - Hefting 8h««t Mela} GM ?* on Pumpi Wa»e* CTf 4-3«4» WATCH THIS SPACE IYIRY OTHER WiEK MPPT A NEW TOGC! « "*" COUNTRY ' *^ W r» « NEIGHBOR This week's Country Neighbor, William E. Lane, has not farmed actively for the, past four years, but spent many years as a Kos,suth county farmer before an injury forced him to take it a little easy. Mr. Lane does, howevsr, still live on a farm and raises that favorite animal of all children, Shetland ponies. He also rajses some Welch ponies. Mr. and Mrs. Lane live in a house on a farm six m,iles north and a half-mile west of , Whittemore. The farm is tenanted by James Bierstedt and the Lanes moved into the home there this March from a farm a mile south of Ihsir present location. When the Lanes farmed, Mr. Lane raised about 90 acres of corn and 64 acres of soybeans, and he claims soybeans were his favorite crop. He also raised hogs and cattle for market. Mr. Lane was born at Poolville, Texas, near Ft. Worth, end has lived in Iowa since 1914. He lived at Jefferson for 10 years before coming to Kossuth county in 1924. The Lanes were married at Jefferson in February, 1917. Mrs. Lane is o talented gardener, specia}i?ing i?» flow- ers °* 8l1 varieties. She also is quite active in area club work. The L ^ nes have {iye children. Th»y are WUli*m. Jr., Whittemore, who is employee^ by Everds fros. here. Nor- man) wbo fwm| MW W hi«empre, Mr». Wayne Goodman, Algons. Mrs. Gene tyofsefirj, pt£d. ftj*s. Arlene Blug, Sioux ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ tetfh|i t&is'wfi (V&M Polaroid' Fhote-Bngrsvtog) illilllllllliillllllillllllllilllllllllillillllllllllllliiilllilllliiiiiiilli Kelley lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" We ' Aim to P1*BM MUwauk«» Depot - Algona iiiiiM • LUMBER PAINT CEMENT Beecher Lane Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Gree< You" In TELEVISION Weitlngboui* Frlgid«lr» Young»lo Buscher Brothers Imp). Minneapolis Moline - Kelly.Rygn - Papee New Idea Farm Machinery N. Main St. Phone CY 4-3431 Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware S»qre M A Complete line Of • Houseware> • Tools * Blcjg. Supplief Phone CY 4-4630 AIGONA 1 llilliliiiilllllllliliiliiilllilllluilllllllllillllllillllllllllillUljyii 1 Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction For size, strength, long life and ea«| of building, on — SIOUX — Another advanca- ' j

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