The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1961
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I LakofaWomen Bowlers Rank First In Loop — ¥hc first annual ban- quest of the Buffalo Center Ladies League Was Wednesday evening •at tHe, JBsilhlehern Lutfietfan church in Buffalo Center. Five teams frbnY, Latttftd 1 {Slay irt this 'league and were r&ittesSnte'd at the banquet. Trophies were presented to each of the team champions. The 'Lakate Fanners Elevator team Members of the team ara Mrs VJncent Miller, Mrs Don Boyd. Mrs I. G. dtoff, Mrs Orval Kien-> ilz, Mrs Ray Itromlnga arid Mrs Ray Hertzke. Andy's Prudential team haJ high single. game with 863 and 'also hnd • high series' of' 2495 Irene Anderson of Laltota, had high individual series of 585 and also had high individual average of 163. Edna PaulsWifcas given the achievement award for rais-* inig her average 34 pinSj ' Lakotans getting pins for bowling. 200 or over during the season were IreneV Mdef!s6rt( Audrey Ruby, Irene Pele'rsoh", Caroline Groff, Darlene Kpppen Luella Price and Pearl Wesley Girl To Wed Titonka Man, June Whuff Butter Award Ray Pdfthoff' of Jesup made a perfect score for butter samples they exhibited at the annual Dairy .. Industry Conference at Ames in March, Extension Dairymen Earl Wright announced Sat• urday. Potthoff is buttermaker. at the Jesup Co-operative Creamery. Mr 'and Mrs Kennoth Beal of< Wesley ahfJOU'n'cg the ettgage- mefit and a'pproa'crMng itiafriag'fe of iheir daughter, Pamela Arlfl/ aboVe, to tiarlari G. HarrriS, |dn of Mr and Mrs Cdrl Harms bf Hi* tonka. X June fith wedding is planriecl engraving)* , Ray is the son of Gus Potthoff of the Lakota Community. He is a former resident of Lakota. Trip Winner Thirty-one Ford dealers arid wives have -been named winners in a truck sates contest and will participate in a fou'r-diay all ex- H H n H HOME LOANS - Low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal and interest plus your taxes and property insurance can be combined into one easy payment like rent. Come see us before you build or buy. Perhaps your present payments are too high? , . , * ,.•.,M^JKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - See your ma- ''-' teriai dealer or contractor, our Association has a very special plan for handling loans to help you. Write or call on Home Federal \.*Ass?n^ ALGONA (Since 1917) IOWA Savings & Investments — Accounts Insured to $10,000 BY F. S. L. I. C. Makins your city a better place to live, : work and ralse> fsrhlly- the result of a GROWING Savings and Loan business • •• pensfi pdld trip to Las Vega's, VMa, W. L. Ley of Ley Motor; mfranyr Lakota, is atrioftg thd fcoflteit wihhers who departed f f brh thte Des Maine's airpovt Apr,. 29 V1& Chattered pffihfe fHd group 1 Stayed at the HotM TropiSana Iri Las Veffls find fStUrried to Desi Mditias May 8. ,' Iditrier League • mfct Mririddy" even frig. devotions W^re condtictJ &ii B? MlUeti- -PdUlseh. Roberta; Addy gave (he >tapie. After' an evenfftg 6f games', MUCH wad served by* Roberta and Th6rna.>j Addy, Carolyn, Milton and James! A birthday party, 'was held Tuesday eVenifig at the Thomas* Thomipstin home for the birthdays] of Thomas • Thompson, Date a'nd Lynn Thompson. Present v^efd the Roger Thompson's of Poynet- ife, Wise., 'the Merrill Thompsons and the Robert Tiionlp^orns of La. .bta. ; . • , , Mrs Pe'arl Struth and Audrey ttub'y visited Mr 'and Mrs Dean ftucHeni-aUthef at Titonka Mod- day evening. . Mr and Mrs Dennis Breiten ffeldlt anid Mrs La.Verne Thompson, Connie and Jo Ellon Of El' more ahd Mrs Pearl Smith were Sunday visitors at the T. R. Estle Mr 'and Mrs ftbb'eM Beene-r ol tridepfetldenee £pen«t Saturday at the 1 parental flay Hertzke home. Mr and Mrs Ray ttertzke vVere Sunday evening visitors at ithe 'Wallace . Petersons at Granada. Minnesota.'., . ' Mf and Mrd Ehno Folkerfs bl Titonka visited. Monday' evening at 'the Herman and Paul Meyer H THdmpsdn, 6ld son of Mf arid Thohips6H. had the" c«st from his log'Thursday. , The fifth grade 'at OUosetr h|» an open house for trteif rhotnela friday afternoon. Besides 1 giving a prbgrafti they' had 'a- Science %• "•'• ' Mrs Mike. Coyle accompanied Mrs Dtmald rirahhdj raff-Mte'j jorie of gradgate to Iowa City Wednesday. MafjcJrie • had , a check-up at the hospital. ' . . ; Mr arid Mrs 'Alfred, Lemtof,of Atlantic celebrated their silver 1 wedding annivefsary /Suttdfty,! April 23. Mrs Anna Lofl'gsetlj accompanied Mr and Mrs Hardra Suhclet and family of Algciha. Following church services they ttended a family dinfief ftonor. ng the Lemkes, at a cafe/Six- efen were present at the diflher n thp afternoon the Lemkes ivere honored at >an open house at /ieir home. Mr" and Mrs Howard Thompson itfended funeral services for, Phil Mrs Donald Usher Percy Watriem entered Lutheran hospital, ; Fort Uoclge, ioi observation Saturday nignt. Mr and Mrs Verne Waechtei aie ijarents: of a 7 lb. 13% pz ion, Kenneth- Lawrence, borr April 24 at Mercy ftospital, Fon iiodge. The Waecnters nav. have^a family of three sons am' a daughter. Surid'ay overnight visitors : a the Antohe Waechters were Mrs. Win, Kerker, Isaddre 'Rohman and : Alfred Rohrnan of Peona. 111. Mi- and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser of,: Whittemore were alsc Sunday - visitors. The Riiral Club met Thursdaj at the home of Mrs Lestej Wehrspahn. Mrs Kermit Fo>ylei v/as cohostess. Mrs Anne,Lfeis gave the lesson *md--,Mrs .Arthui Lbvi'g- -had : recre'StitSni S^PKejala d'ics' Held a "plant" exchange p anc a birthday auction. Plans Were made for a, guest day, for.forme members, to be held' May 'Ha the Presbyterian church. f: Roger S.WUthjers, who attend Drake Uriiverslty at Des Momes c'drrie iTHursday evening to spend the Weekend With his grandparents, Mr . arid Mts Watson SfrdtHersV. ; Roger's fatheT, Don- Id Struthers bf Rbchester; Mich, was a Saturday overnigRt visitor t trie home of his parents. Soveral iriernbers of the Amer- can Legion Auxiliary, Mrs Marin Mfeyer, Mrs Essie Cooper, vlrs LeRoy Worby, Mrs Howara Thompson, Mrs Dean Telford nd Mrs Conrad Johnson met at he home of Mrs Alfred ScluiUz. Wednesday afternoon. T he y made 96 poppy favors for the Vct- rans hospital at Knoxvillc. Tuesday the members of Amer- can Legion Auxiliary sent many ookies to Woodward. The cook- es were'brought to the home of Irs Mike Coylc and Mrs Alfred -ichultz helped her pack them. April was child welfare month or the Auxiliary. Marlys Lurson, daughter 01 the Gordon Larsons of Bode, was onfirmod at the Lutheran hurch at Bode Sunday. Mr and Mrs Donald Larson were dinnei uests at the Gordon Larsons fol- owing the services. Edgar Meyer of Algona cele- rated a birthday May 1. He nd his family celebrated the oc- n?ion ns Sunday evening sup- >er guests at the home of his par- nts, Mr ^and Mrs Martin Meyer. Other guests were the Victor Henderson at ,the Met h'tf d i s t church at LuYerne'Thutsday afternoon, »»•;", :• " Percy Watoem is a r.iedicai pa-" tient at Lutherah' hbspital, ,fti Dodge, since. Thursday e'venlttg. Naomi Struthers left Sunday for Hampton where she remained overnight With heY' auh>t, Mrs" George Nickson. Monday" fcotH ladies left by' b'lis for -Washing^ Ion D. C. where 'they Will Visit Marjorie Nickson and Ted Nick-" son and Bon. At Hudson, Ohio they will visit Mr and Mrs Keni neth SlrUthers and family. They ti'ill i-olurn In three Weeks. Mrs W. G. Cpopdi-j Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs fiby Telford, MrS Earl Long, Mrs AlbeM. Theraerl and Mrs Ralph Richards were 1 guests of 'the United Presby teriari Women at Plover Thursday afternoon. Mrs Knoke showed pictures' of the Holy Land. Roger uppedahl son of the Knut Oppedahls, celebrated hid tejpth birthday Saturday. After-i noon party guests' were his grand-* mr'ahcr Mrs Eugene Hofius, Rus- sell fhqrntjs6n, Gregory Pool, Dennis Sinkettdbtf, GfflVert Janssen, W'Sy^ne 'tVehf^anh', Mark Dale, ' RfchafS Jettseji,, Michael SHekey, CfClVih 4«td ptlttn^a'ug; New officers '.<• elected .for the TwiH RlVet-s B8rtd motHers ard Pr'e«idenif, Mrs tJeafi Patee'r; vic4 pfefeidehtr Mfs Tohimy Kissinger W*ui ; er,: MFs Khitt dppedahlj and secretary, MA..Don Collinsj Cot-reispondirtg sefcreitarys are, for Livermore, Mrs Alvin Lenertzj for Ottosen, Mrs Raymond Wehr-< spann and for Bodey Mrs -Wan-erf Hankins. The Progi-essive i Club entertained their mothers and other guests at ithe hpm^ of Mrs LeRoy Worby Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk, Mrs R. M. Hanson of Ankeny, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Magnus Bratland, Mrs OlvJn Haug, Mrs Robert Block, Mrs Olara Solberg, Mrs Carlisle rfalsrud and Mrs Ralph Jacobson. Mrs LoRoy Worby gave the welcome. Mrs Oliver Lete read Thurtefay, May 11, 1961 Alaofia (to.) Upper Dei Mo(ti<>«*-S several -poems and Mrs Harold Mountain jgave a reading. The citib presenlted Mrs Oliver Kin- .sfetli, their only charter member< .with a gift., . ,.•.--.• • .,'• Sunday afternoon guests'al the dliver Lee home to help Terry observe his-seventeenth birthday ,were Mr arid Mrs Carlisle Hals- 'I'ud and family,'Mr and Mrs Harry Dasen and. Ronnie Aiire of .Bode, Mr and Mrs Dale Christen* s4n and Richard, Maurice Halsrud amd Denny of Bradgate and Mr and Mrs LcRoy Worby and daughters. , The T.B. x-ray wagon will be at Bode Tuesday, May 23, between 1:3.0 and 4 o'clock. This is a special survey for people! 40 years arid over. People from the Ottoseri comtnurlily wift go to Bode at this time for their, free x-nfy." * * ... Mr arid Ml-s Harbld Ristau and family of LitVerne were Friday evening visitors at the Ed Tften- kendorfs to help Mr B6hkendorf obscrVb his birthday. , , . ^NiOORE~BUSINESS FOHM9- All sizes. Upper Des Moines Office Supply' Dept, Phone CY 41535. Algona. Brand a Bargain AT YOU* CH2VY 'The famous Thriftinaster 6 does the aavipg as standard* equipment, in thia FJeetside modeU ^or V8 power, yoif Wrf choose th« • TH^elrt^ 61 V8 » optional'at'extra cost. iaf' Here to talk up Chevy's big savings roundup is Western star Roy tell vie Now you can save money en your seed corn without settling (or less than PIONEER performance. Ask about the new Pioneer Quantity Savings Plan ORDER YQURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN; R t I, Mawdsley .,„.*».--• Alfldrto Aaron Steuwy ,,,,---- - A |ona Tt^ Hoover, Sr —•--. Al|ona Henry Sehroeder ,,--- lent Reek Eugene Kdlla** ——:-;" B0fle Welter Vaudt ,.*-*,„- Whittemoro Robinson Prodiute it's the best'time.ofqll IQ pufryour.brand on a hard-working, easy-riding I.F.S. truck. You'll find a full corral to,pick from—each built and, priced to save you plenty." • Roy's laying it right on the line, letting you in on the best time'to buy arid!the best! place to save! That goes for whatever model you need, too ... from pickups to tandems. And with Chevy's I.F.S. (Independent Front Sus- ' pension) soaking up road shock and vibration, your Chevrolet stays young, protects the load better, works faster. Toi* make'.more money. And who can offer you anything; better than that? Just see your dealer—soon. CHEVROLET TRUCKS NO WAT Beecher Lane Appliance Co. Chevy's hefty 261-cu.-in. Jobmaster 6 is a big reason for the outstanding popularity of, Series 60 middleweight*. See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer MOTOR CO 108 S. HALL ALGONA, IOWA B CY 4-3554 Buy a Westlnghouse major applianca and get threo additional appliances without paying an extra cent. Great for your,homo or to give as gifts, they're all Included in the low price of any 1961 Westinghouse refrigerator, freezer, range, dishwasher, Laundromat®, dryer, wash-'n'-dry combination, or room air conditioner. Offer good until June 30, 1961. You can ba sure '...If tt't Westlnghouse. Look for this symbol when you shop.^ i ""'" ' Wesllnjhousi Oog-o-mitlc Hot Dog Cooker' ft GET AIL THREE OF THESE APPLIANCES FREE OF EXTRA COST WHEN YOU BUY ANY 1961WESTINGHOUSE MAJOR APPLIANCE! When you're late and someone may be worried... a telephone booth f> a most welcome sight. Jusfc a quick stop for a few telephoned woi'ds of reassurance, and you're on your way again, enjoying new peaca of mind. NQRTHWESTBUN &EL-L, Service, firtt » 94 Ap«r| o jay 1961 Center Drawer Refrigerator go' Sure To Register Each Time You are In The Store For The FREE . Magnus Electric Chord Organ No Payment 'Til July -K We Sell * We Install -K We Service -K We Guarantee BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE 'The Wildest Trader In Town' 215 E. State Algona

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