The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 20
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ft-Atgof>o (tt»>) Uppftf Off* Maine* Thursday, May 11/ 1961 MlKlf Rnrttfort Holena Meyer Of mUSIC DOUSierS Algono Will Wed NameOfficers SweaCityMcm AtLedyard Ledyard -"The Mudlc Boosters met Wednesday following Ithe Spring Concert : and elected the following officers -for the doming year;'Mrs ; "Elyin Carpeniteri president' Mrs" Wm." Knbrierj. vice .president; Mrs Glen, Klocke, secretary and Mifs Ervin Klinksiek, treasurer. Outgoing officers \ar.e Mrs Orville Brartt.'iprfesident; Mifs Maurtce Keil, vice "president; Mi's John" Kraftiersmeieiy. secretary; and Mrs Cecil Pingel,'.treasurer.! During the; business meeitinig it was voted 'to have ithe band take part in ithe Mason City Band 1 Festival June 13. Band queen is Carol Ann Runksmeiier. Receives Award •" '? Dr. W. O. Reece, Chicago, Research Veterinarian lot Swift and Co., was iorie'of iive from Swifts who .were in. New York City Sat- ujday' to receive the 1960 A- cheivement Award of Food •-inologists. Reece, son of Mr ,..d Mrs Ed Reece. ds a graduate of 'the, Ledyard school' and'Iowa State University at Ames. Guild Meeting , ' The Woman's Guild of (the Evangelical and Reformed church .'met Thursday with Mrs, John Brandt, Mrs Orville Brandt, Mrs Alvin Busch and -Mrs Melvin Busch as hostesses. Mrs. Orville 'Ruriksmeier opened the' meeting with a reading, ,*criplture and 1 .prayer::Circle re; .•" wi>re given 'and the social £• -.1 : t-ri-riinittee' was in charge ', , ,:• program -wilh Mrs John .Luaidt a- 1 ? chairman. ; Rev. Vriesen led''the' gi-oup in •scripture and prayer, t followed by a" saxaphone -scJlo by" Deanria Brandt. , Bible Schools Set. j : ,!, , •; • Bible School teachers from the Methodist church and th^'Evan- Helena Meyer, shown here, and Johh Dittmer announce their engagement and approaching marriage to June 4 at the Good Hope Methodist Church, Lone Rock. Helena has been employed at the *-,.....„.,.... .'....,.,! r ns Co forthi usi. ..wo j'caj s, and John lias recently .completed six months training in the National Guard and is farming near Swea City. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) gelical and Reformed church attended a Workshop at Blue Earth Monday night. Those attending from the Methodist church'were Mrs Harold Herzog, Beltty and Nancy, Mary Stephas, floris iBerven, Janice Thompson, I.uv'.'a Pingel and Ann' Carpenter ' •• who attended from, the .•••!• R rhurch were Rev. Vic;•••• Vriesen, Mrs Herman Gobtz, Sunday' School Supt., Mrs Fr&ci Selberg, Mrs Fred Ploeger, Mrs Henrietta Donitje, -Mrs Edwin SchWarz; Mrs Eari Jorgenson, Jane Egesdal, Sherry Klinksiek, Gail Bauman, Sharon Klooster;. Carolina Busch, Gloria Pingef and Carol Ann Runksmeier. Bible School at the Methodist church will be held May 31, June 1, 2, 5 amd 6 with' the program Tuesday evening. Ait the E. and R. church it will be held June 5 - 9 with the program to be held the following Sunday evening at 7:30. Mr and Mrs Howard Klinksiek ire parents of a baby boy born .vlay 2 ait Albert Lea. The baby, lamed Marvin Howard, weighed 7 Ibs. and 2 o/s. and was born on the second birthday of his sister Shirley. The Klinksieks have hree girts. Max Nitz entered ithe Blue iSarth hospital Monday as a med- cal patient. Randy Gelhaus had 11 boys as uests-Saturday at a birthday arty. •en.: a Marshall, 5, daughter ol J,ce Mnrahalls of EstherviOe. was brought home from Universi ty hospital at Iowa City last, week where she had been a rheumatic fever patient since Jan. 25. Her mother is ithe former Delores Gelhaus, daughter of Mrs Paul ,-.: naus. The Junior-Senior Banquet is to be.held Saturday night, with the banqudt at 6:30 and the Prom following immediately. The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday With Mrs Zilphy Hardt as hostess and 'Mrs Wm. Bauman and Mrs Carlyle Engel-i charge of the program, Poppies will be sold on Poppy Day, May 27, and wreaths to' be used for Veterans graves on Memorial Day are to be made that afternoon at ithe hall. Mrs Marvin Lloyd and Mrs James Sabin were appointed to serve on the nominating committee. Jim Oberwetter Finishes Army Radio Course Communjon class that Jerry and Mary Lou Boudew* yns :of AlgOrta ..were weekend guests of the G. Frankl Children. Don Butterbaugh New Swea .City Football Coach Don Butterbaugh,- &2, native of Westchester and captain of the Parsons College football team last fall, has been hired .as head football coach at Swea City high school. He will replace Bob Hahn, who resigned recently to • accept a similar post fit Tripoli. The Swea City school boatd announced the hiring of Butter- ^augh this week. , ( , Besides being head football coach, Butterbaugh. will also be head • baseball coach and B- squad basketball coach. He will leach government, American and i-wbrld history and will assist In -the physical education department. , Butterbaugh will graduate in June from Parsons. The football team captained by him last •'{fall tied for the Iowa Conference 'championship. Whittemore News The Lutheran Women Mission League faily \vas. held In St. Haul's 'church In • Whittemore May 10. . Speaker, Mrs L. M. J>a,tter96n of Aurelia, district LWML president. Devotions and presentation of Luther's seal by Mrs Wilfred Rrtdig of Burt; "The church's Outy toward the aged and invalid" by Rev. William institutional chap laity Harold f oefber 6f near Massil Ion was <iut 6h the Remember . Sioux City. recently wriert & poWer SaW slip* ned white he was cutting ddwfl rSaffib. It reqtifred SO ttitth* es to close the cuts'. , . ______ • "Good Ideas Never Die 11 for MOTHER'S DAY Vr. V'. 'Sunday, Kenneth Lawrence, son of Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter was baptized at St. Peter and Paul's church ait West Bend. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Lyle Waechter of Iowa City, Mr arid Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser and Peter Dahlhauser Jr. of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Robert Waechter and Mark of West Bend were Sunday dinner .guests, at the Antone Waechters. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Henry Dahlhauser and Betty of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Jim Dahlhause^, Bonnie and Dean-'of Wesit Bend.; COUGHS This Is The Season For All: The Family To Be On Guard And Prevent Serious Illness From Striking Some Member Down. Get Or* Thai Illness As Soon As It Starts. If Medical Attention is Needed, Call Your Doctor At The Earliest Possible Time. Remember — He Is Ready 24 Hours A Day To Serve You, So Try Not Jo Call Him After Hours Unless It Is Really Necessary. We Are Also Ready 24 Hou rs A Day To Guard Your Health. Call On Us For Your Prescriptions. RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY Army Pvt. James E.;Oberwet- ter,. above, so'h of Mr and Mrs August 'W. Oberwetter, ;.615 S. Dodge St., Algona,i recently completed .the radio-teletype operation course at the Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga. During the 15-Week course Ober- wetter " was 'trained to ' operate radio - teletypewriter equipment and to transmit and receive messages in Morse code __ and by the teletypewriter. He entered the Army last October and completed basic * training at Fort Riley, Kan. The 18-year-old' soldier is a 1960 graduate .of Adel Community High School. .- -*'i-' Irvingfon Youth Tour Of Europe . Irvirjglon ,.— Sldpn Altma}} eldest son of Mr and Mrs .John Altman, who is employed wi|h North Central Air Lines at .Minneapolis, recently enjoyed 1 a toui of Europe., Many, points..of -interest were visited in Italy^ France, Germany and England.,'"' -,, " .- ; 117 East Slato St. CY 4-2349 Mrs, Guy, Giddings,. sub,. rurau mail carrier, is on duty here, fpr two weeks.; Mr: ,Giddings > has'Had a bout with flu. He will resume his job May'l3. ( , ( l ' .• ' ' " ';,''^ Janet Davis: Was honored With a 'surprise;birthday.party, Kay .§, An enjoyable Unie y^S had, ~ illl,,after Which, ajunbheon ih'e birthday' cake ;an<^'. ice '. weref seHctd by ,Mrs Da'viS.' . Mrs, Olive Hansen is now employed at the H. Marlowe home nortji of Algona. j Mrs' ACarlowg recently 'released from St. Ann hospital is recovering satisfactorily. : \ ::."• '' '" ' Mr and Mrs Loran Larson drove to Webster t City - Saturday to attend the funeral of an old friend of Loran's. Mr sand Mrs Durwood Walke^ ond Kevin visited the Herman Lester family at Woden,, Saturday. The Lesters were former residents here. Mr and Mrs Clement Fowler and sons of '.Clare, Iowa spent Thursday p.m. at the home of Mrs Lee- Colwell. Darrel Davis has been transferred to Fort Campbell, Ky. He expects tp .spend part of'his en- istment time overseas. He en- isted for three yars as a paratrooper in the Air Corps. Mrs Carl Seep and Mrs Vernon £lein attended a shower for Bonnie Bristow at LuVerne, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole will spend Mother's Day weekend at Iowa City -with their daughter, Mrs J. Bird. Paul Bird, their eldest grandson, will be in First ARE CAR MINDED? INSIST UPON THIS SEAL 320 E. State IT DOESN'T MATTER WHICH YOU ARE IF YOU DRIVE A FORD WE HAVE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU You Can Get NEW POWER, NEW PERFORMANCE AT ONE-HALF THE COST WITH FORD RECONDITIONED PARTS • BRAKE SHOES • BRAKE BOOSTERS • CLUTCHES • FUEL PUMPS • WATER PUMPS • OIL PUMPS • CARBURETORS • DISTRIBUTORS • VOLTAGE REGULATORS • STARTERS • GENERATOR • ARMATURES • AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION • ENGINES. 1ACH CARRIES A NATIONAl WARRANTY - W! CAM REPLACE YOUR WORN OUT UNITS AT IOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS tET US TELL YOU MORE fwlotoi* Algona. Iowa CY 4-3504 CAR TYPE? IK T»l I LUXURY Cll IIICIT Jo Ann tensing, Jack Haften, To Wed July 12 vMr and Mrs Henry J. Lensing of Bancroft announce the engagement of ..their; daughter,,, JoAnn, sibove.'.tq Jack VHatte'n. Mr'Hat- tpn, also.--of Bancroft; .is'the ;son: Of Mrs Gertiiu'de Hatten an'the- late Frank Hatten. '• l Miss. I*ejxsing, f is .employed .at. the.Kbs'sufh' - County' * Assessor's Office and , her fiance ;by the Weidenhoff Corp. of-Algeria.- , •.Theiwedding wall'take place on Jqly »12. •• (UDM Engraving) ; . • ,,. .. Sell the Sentiment for Mother's Day , It's Your Most Important Commodity %MiS^ >ler - American Gem Society ALGONA.IOWA 1 H* •• ANNOUNCING. ... THE LARGEST RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATION OF GASLIGHTS ... IN THIS ENTIRE AREA. A TOTAL OF 8 GASLIGHTS WERE INSTALLED RECENTLY IN FRONT OF THE NEW MCVAY-HONSBRUCH HOUSING UNITS IN RAPIDLY-GROWING EAST ALGONA, OIV- ING A SOFT GLOW OF WARM LIGHT TO THE ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD. And You Can Have A Gaslight Installed For Only $L64 Per Mo, NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "Yoyr GAS Company" 109 §§ f Harlem Algona

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