The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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6-Algefio (la.) Upper D* MbthM fhuwtfdy, Apfll 17, 1961 1 Ex-Burt Girl Wed April 8 In Nebraska Butt '<— A candlelight wedding was solemnized at the Westminster Presbyterian chapel in Lincoln Neb. 'April 8, uniting Dawna Heaney, daughter of Mr and t Mrs , Joe,, HeaneK Lincdlhj and! •Jim HYKyles. ' •• ' ' Attending the bridal couple Were' Mr and Mrs, Robert ,L. >Tjaughlin. Seating the' guests were Richard' OvertoH; Shd Robert : J, Case. The candles';.were' lighted by 'Judith and Barbara Laughlirb Rhonda Meyer Was-flower-girl and Duarlfe, Koenig[ringbearer. . ..' A A jeeeption J was held irnmed.- ^fateiy l » following' the ceremony. 'Mrs Sherald .Sydness" cut; and Served^,'the wteddilig cake. Mrs Robert" IJeaney, seryed the punch and Mrs 1 Bill Heaney poured/-' Th6,> bride was born in :Burt. ,wher'e>her father Was employed! fn tHa'Aurt Saving's Bank. She : .was graduated|from high-schcool •in Lih'coln and is also a graduate of th£ iLincolri School of;, Com*. merce'. ; '$he bride's; mother is the •former;r'lva Trunkhill,'Burt. • Attending the' Wedding: from this area. were'Mv J. ffrtmkh'iil; & •Kathyfrf,; Burt,;• Mrs.'Sherald ^Sydness land Jack ; TrurikhiU,' AmeS, JMr and. Mrs RobertHeaney, Kies- |er, Minn and;Mr, and Mrs .'Bill Heaney,' Mankato. '•'.'-. .•Zone, Meeting ',"'. Menibisrs of the Burt Lions' ' Glttb wer'b •hpsts'.Mpnday, evening to their .wivfes, and-Lions from •neighboring towns and their wives at the. Zone Rally, of the Lion's < New State FBLA Reporter Shaton Buttis, shown at the left in the above photo, was elected state FBLA reporter during 'the state convention of this organization at fowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, April 14-15. Miss Buntis and 15 Other members Of Ithe Algona high school Future Business Leaders of America Club attended the convention. Clara Hansen, center, placed third in the vocabulary contest and Judy Nayllor, 'right, placed third 1 in spelling meets at the convention. Mass Hansen also served as campaign, speaker for Miss Buntis. Miss Naylor is eligible to represent Iowa oh ithe three-member relay .team at the National FBLA Convention at Washington, D.C. in June. .' Lutz Duerr, another local student, .received honorable ^mention in sale's presentation at the state conventiom (AHS Camera Club Phato-.UbM Engraving) ' ' •' r Club af the Blirf school.! The 6:30 dinner was prepared and served , by the Burt Band Mothers to about i 50 guests. •Dale Lockwood,' president of the .Burt club,' acted'as master Of ceremonies and welcomed the guests. T Gep. Becker, Burt led in group 5 singing. Two.musical numbers were presented, one a sax- aphone solo by Audrey Gardner, accompanied by Gweneth Teeter; £riw,tw6 a clarinet-trip'num'ber,'by Cheryl 'Edvstad, Frahcis ; McDonald & Janet Black, accompanel by Marsha Drertunel., Sjjlyirf Thiese,' Titonka, won the door prize ana the Titonka club also won the attendance prize for having the largest percentage of its members present. Zohe Chairman Harold Gari- rie'r, Titonka, spoke briefly and introduced the District Governor M. I. Robie, Clarion, who spoke. The main speaker of the evening was Thomas J. Gearty,; Special Agent in charge <of F.B.I, in Omaha. ; •'•':•'." ;~ ; ' : : •; Form Wolf Patrol ,. • Twenty ,boys attended a scout as^ gift?, they're all included in the Jow price of;any Westinghouse ^961 refrigeratpr, .freezer,,, rarige, dishwasher, Laundromat*, drycif, wash-'n'-dry cornbirjgtipn* pr room air conditioner. Offer good untji, Junjs^p, 1^1 ( You ca,n be sure;., if it's Westinghouse. Look for ttjis ?i?rr|&pi)pf quality whenever you shop for appliances^ WH«n»li«iMDoi-oflut|e Hot po» Cooker Wfsttni«t»M PoitAlt Food Wo, feGETAtLTHREE OF THESE CHANCES FREEOF EXTRA COST WHEN YOU BUY ANY 1961 WESlMGHOUSE MAJOR APPUANCE^ DIAMOND JUBILEE SPECIAL COMPLETELY FIDST-FREE KFIiCUATOt-FIEEZEl • Absolutely no defrosting anywhere • Giant 110-tb, freezer capacity • Twin porcelata vegetable uispen • Convenient lift-off egg racks specially priced with qualified trade BE SURE TO REGISTER EACH TIME YOU ARE IN THE STORE FOR THE Magnus Electric CHORD ORGAN NO PAYMENT 'TIL JUNE * WE SELL * WE INSTALL * WE SERVICE * WE GUARANTEE BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "The Wildest Trader in Town" 215 E. STATE ALGONA J I K-'WLII If, i llPFQfly v-. T v J»n »£f TV I till Scoutmaster Cliff Abbas, and i»ss« istant Scoutmaster'piiMe Bfew* ihgton. A new patrel, th6 W61f patrol was organized, with-Pfoyd Lavrenz elected patfol leader and Donald Weslling. scribe. Other members are Joel Chlpmany Steven Grubb, Craig Laurltzelt and Danny Long. A white Elephant sale coileot- ion was held oh Saturday after-j noon, to be sold at.a later date. The Scouts will also hold a paper drive in the near future, so'they ask all residents tp save; their paper. ••>'•.". ••••••-Observe Anniversary Members of the Fidelis club jtii the Methodist church' observed their 25th anniversary recently'by holding a pot luck "dinner at the chm-ch followed by a program, in which every member prese'nt had a part. ' ' '•'>-''• )•'•' The Fidelis club was organMd at the 'home of Elizabeth Roelt- man on April 7, 1913 and' have been Very active ever since; Their projects have been many, sortie of which flre the purchasing 'of carpeting, hymnals, altar and pulpit cloths, church flags,.pulpit and piano lights, folding ddor at Fellowship hall; 'just to' men-* tion a few. ; ' : •'• '' <> Charter members still active are Clara Graham^ Ermu Pratt, Ella Sigsbee, Edith Chipman, Soderburg, and Jenny Riebhoff. F..T..A; Meeting The KossUth County Chapter F. T. A. under the sponsorship of Mrs Mary 'Oesterriecher of the Burt Faculty were hosts on,Saturday to representatives-and sponsors from all the'F.T.A. chapters in'the North Central District at the Burt school. .The purpose of Saturday's meeting 'was to make,plans for the annual North Central ' District meeting to be held at Algona Sept. 30. . '• • ' Elect Officers . 'The members of the M. Y.F. met at the church Sunday .eve. 'with ^Ir and Mrs .Richard- Campney acting as, sponsors in the absence of Rev. Samek.. Plans were made for the Spag- etti Supper the group is holding on.April 26. ; '.. Officers were elected for the coming 1961 T 62, church year. Those elected were Carol Wiener, president; Judy Abbas, vice president; Pat Schwietert, secretary, and Gerald, Hilton,.,treasurer. ; , " -t i 6 i. '• 5>'li.. :• Workouts Begin.... ^ Thirteen boys repqrted for baseball' at; Burf under , coach, Ray Ihhen; il of the 5 13 .are letterir\en from' last; summer's'^ team. They are Jay Hbppiis, 'Joe 'McGuire, David-R^smussen, and Terry. Tieman, seniors; Dennis Meister,:Larry W«stlirig, .juniors; Gerald Hil- jign. Jerry) Kissner,- Floyd Lav- reJiz, Raymond : Spry,.,apd Mike Woltz ,freshmeri, $on-lettef winners 'reporting, arq Lafry. piston, Senior, and • Dick • Presthu's, -sophomore,- ,..',, , . ,' • i >. ' , A Ifrrjited : schedUle.. has been set up so fart May/1 ;— Banci'bft, here, May 6-—.Sectional Tburna; ni^nt, ^lay J6 .— .Bancroft/there. Contest Winners .. ' Burt music , students, .brought home 10 No. ,'Ij ratings and 9 No. II ratings from t{ie jSmall groups inusic contes.t held Friday evening and Saturday at the Lakota school. • •.'..' Winning I's were a saxophone solo by Patt Hoover; a clarinet trio, vocal solo by Francis McDonald; mixed Duet by Francis McDonald and Gerald Hilton; The Jr. high double mixed .quartet, boys double quartet, madrigal, girls sextet and girls qqartet. Seven vocal solos, a vocal duet and two small groups received II ratings also. Director of the vocal music department is Erna BaarS ana William Holmseth heads the instrumental department. Mesdames Dean Andre ws, Lance Riebhoff, F. C. Soderburg, Milfred Smith and F. L. Ryerson attended the W.S.C.S. district conference at Storm Lake Friday. Carilyn Hinckley, Morningside College student at Souix City, spent the weekend with her parents, the Al Hinckleys. Jerry Wciner, who is ipresently working at Davenport, spent the weekend at his home here. Jerry is employed by Robinson construction of Algona. Supt. > and Mrs Harold Martin attended the monthly superintendents meeting held at the county superintendent's office in Algona. at 3 p.m. April 12. Mr and Mrs David Stewart and baby daughter, Mankato, spent the weekend at the parental Webb Stewart home and the Layola O'Brien home in Algona. Boyd Shipler, who is attending Mankato State Teachers College, spent the weekend at his home here Ladies Aid Met The ladies of St John's Ladies Aid held a meeting at the church Thursday with 28 members and two guests present. Plans were made for a reception to be held at a later date. The ladies are again sponsoring a clothing drive for the Cherokee Hospital. Anyone having washable clothing to donate should bring them to the church by May 7. Hostesses were Mrs Roland Lavrenz and Mrs Raymond Lavrenz. Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs Cora Stow. J. D. Andrews, Indianola, spent the weekend with his parents Mr and J£r8 Dean Andrews. Members of the Lydj» circle were guests at a one o'clock at the '6. ft, MMttien home Wenesday fiftefrtOoh. dary Giddings accompanied Gordon dlddlngs of Paseo, Washington to Burt this past week. Gordon w}U,>spend. •& few days with luVittbtKef, Mrs Quy Gid-' dings. G&yTWhd harbeeri work' ing in WMhiflgtoh wlll'remaJn in Burt to'Ussjst 1 hi* father,' Bill Giddings. tMis Btimmer. New Car-Truck Sales Dip Past Couple Weeks ' •' •/'•*''' '' " 'i < Sales of new cars and truck's in. Kossuth county .djptfejjl: 'd,urlng' the past two w.e^ksV-.'A' -total of•••: 27 'new vehicles were" registered!; at the county treasurer's office during that time. New : owners are: • ' •"; ,'i ' /. : ' Chevrolet — Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft; J. H. Smith, Algona | J. J. Sint^well, Bode! H. D. Pfeffer, Algona; Freddie Eden, Wesley; Maribel J. Kain, Algona; Charles' Grubb, Burt; Edward Berte, Whittemore; W. S. Tjaden, Burtj ftftd J. W, gchute, Jr., ffvington. P6*d «». J B Schwietert, Burt; A. J, Rdde, Tltbnfca! D. L. Bern* haffl, Bode; Clyde Priebe, Algona; George Grimsehl, Algona; W, P.. and Wantage Hawcott, Burt; R. F! Becker, Lakota; and Thoresdn Bfos,, ,Swea City. M4*euty i- Gertrude Faulstlck, Algotfa. 06d96 ^ H. J. Van Allen, Algona. Imperial — Charles or Trella Patterson, Algona. • Comet —.' Marie or Perry Lowman, Algona. ' International — Wesley Co-Op Creamery; and Arnold Banwart, West Bend. Cadillac — Directory Serv. Co. Inc., Algona. OldsJnobile — William Thompson, Sw.efl City,. Quick 4- Ki S. Cran, Corwith, - TABLE Lloyd' We'llendorf of Algona has almost completed a 300 piece table he made from sumac wood. The 300 separate pieces are glued together to make a 22 inch wide : and six feet long table. The wood is a gold color and Mr Welleh- dorf will finish it in natural color. ,.. BUILD ANOTHER BEDROOM fir yeur 'Prtsbflf fiouse/ ffijere} fnay { very well ! be tirea enbt/gh'fbr another be^ the garage/attic, br by adding a roomi'on the side. Helping Homeowners to enlarge their home? is a big part of our business andj we'll be glad to give you the benefit of pur experience wiihout cost or obligation. Simply call us aVd ten us youf problem. We'll give you free estimates, arrange the contracting hefp, handTe' the materials/ , ipnd jilan the financing. Call us today. ADDING ANEW * BE5ROOM COSTS APPROXIMATELY 62 PER MONTH NO CASH DOWM 60 MONTH TERMS t .JIM I*.'*-. 1 . . >«.').'.' •/*:: for home remodelina fielp i ''' : '' ' n> ? : . - >\ • I ' • ' KELLEY LUIV1BER CO. ' ' v: VH, "Our ^us|ne$$;l» Building" I- ; ; ' ! SEXTON - OTTOSEN - AL6ONA 2 targe bags 10,005 Lawnfood,..«« IAWNSCAPER SPECIAL NK 36" Heavy Duty Lawii* spreader $19.95 Large 5,000 sq. ft. bag NK Lawnfood.,.,. 4.65 Regular.,.. $24.60 Valu* SPECIAL 519.95 NEIGHBORHOOD SPECIAL 'Ten-bags (50,000/square foot coverage) of Northrup King Lawnfood at special price to*. neighboring home owners. 10 Large Bags 50,000.sq. ft.; NK Lawnfood '- i * lar.... •. $46.50 Value SPECIAL / f; Jt-\ UWN REPAIR SPECIAL ijijrjj 1 . i j »|J 't •• T l -Ib" Golf BratirJ Ldwh! Seed "Large 5,000 sq.''ft.'bag NK Lawnfpod ^.615 , f . . Regular., $6.24 Value SPECIAL $5*69 ' I : DODGE WAGONS CARRY COMPACT MOTHERS," FATHERS, BOYS, GIRL.S, CATS,*CAN ARIES, BOUQUETS, BARBECUES, BOATS, TENTSTLUGQAQErANP A LOW PRICE I WNPARDWI YOU GETA CHEAT DEAL WITH a banery-saving alternator. See and drtv« thmilol! at your Dodge Dealer. As you drive them, remember thfc, Standard or compact, you get a great deal with Dodj* FREE TIE-CLIP IQNITION KEY to at ytw | |**d «.W r*UM v«lut. Got m tbiolMMyHt i rldt li I MM In | DtdM NT Rf truok it«ay Drfyt Qfikv „,, wagon will carry a sizeable load of most that moves. But the most impressive thing they , j low price. Dart is a full-size Dodge. Yet it is model for model with Ford and Chevrolet. Our new , Dodge Lancer, is priced about the same as torvair and Falcon. Whichever one you buy, you'll itized, rust-proofed body, Torsion-Aire ride, and SEE THI MAN WITH THE GOU>EN KEYS -YOUR DEPENPAiU DODCI DEALER \ PERCIVAL MOTORS • 800 So. Phillips St., Algona, Iowa

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