The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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i^ Ja) Uppftf iBet Molne* Thu«dfly, May 18, 1961 Joe Collier,. Sofa Pratt, Chuck , Mf, and Mrs. M. M. Honsbtueh \v6Pe in Autelia, Sunday attending graduation activities for a •niece and nephew, 'Sue LaBarre, student at Iowa State' University, Ames spent the - Weekend here with- -her parents, Mr. ; and Mrs. Don Ferris. Jim Pratt, sophomore at Iowa Stale' Teachers College,- Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt. Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic" church were Marie Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haverly, Janet Sue, daughter ,cf Mr.'arid'MM.-Albert Book: elman and Brian Wayne, son of Mr." and Mrs/Wayne Goodman. Weekend fishing at -o— The Guild of the Presbyterian church will entertain the senior 'girls of the church at a pot-luck supper Sunday, May 22. The Thimble club met Monday at the home of Mrs. W. C.'Tay lor..'Recently Mrs. Taylor enter tamed a few friends on her birth day. ' ,..,..;...,... . '. '. —o—- • : ••• - • '. Mothers who were patients a St." Ann hospital during the Mothers Day weekend received red roses from M. H. HonsVuch local druggist. ' A "Ma and Pa and Me, Too", banquet of the Future Homemakers club of the high school Was held Wednesday evening in the high school annex. Mrs. Charlotte Collier is faculty advisor. POPPY DAY IN ALGONA FRIDAY, MAY 26 "WEAR A POPPY" ALGONA AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY The Wasleyan Setviee Guth of the Methbdlst church is itneifi Ing May 22 instead of May 15 —d— '., Music students' in grades six seven and eight at St. Cecelia's Academy gave a recital Mbrtd&y evening. Naomi Circle is meeting this 'afternoon (Thursday) at 'thfe home of Mrs. August Slagle for : a dessert luncheon. <• Catholic Daughters of Ameri ca had a pitfnie TUesdajr everiltfg at Call State park for the nuns at St. Cecelia's Academy. Denny Waller and Kalhy Bay are going to loWa City over'the weekend to visit the former's sister, Pam Waller, at the State University. : - • i A ladies golf. luncheon and .Card party was held Wednesday at the Country Club. Mrs. Jim Everds and Mrs. Craig Smith •Were in charge. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rekers and family of Cedar Falls visited Mrs. Reker's mother, Mrs. Fred Corey, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Sunday. Jason Etherington, freshman at Iowa State University at Ames, spent the Mothers Day weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Etherington. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler are being Visited by the latter's cousin, Evaline McElrea of Dunedin, New Zealand, who arrived Saturday. A family dinner was held Sunday. The Kiwanis Club entertained the Cub Scouts of packs 70 and 29 and their' den mothers at a picnic and track meet Friday evening at the state park. Elgin Allen was in pharge and the high school coaches and the sophomore track team supervised the fames. Danny, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Jr., was one of 81 second graders at St. Cecelia's Academy who had their 'irst communion Sunday at 7:30 mass. A breakfast for the class, eachers and Msgr..P. P. Gearen held 'in the school follow- ng mass. ( Recent baptisms at First Melh- idist church were Dawn Eliza- >eth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Warren Brokaw; Jeffrey Alan, Kathy Ann and Thomas Gene, children of Dr. 'and Mrs. Dean •Coob; Steven Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson; and -iori Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wohlers. NEW TREADS 7.50-14 TUBELESS WHITEWALLS 12-MONTH ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE! TUBELESS WHITEWALLS Applied on sound tire bodies or Mr. and Mrs. —.-. a ,.-•--Tom; Jine" and Peggy of Rapids, were Mothers Day guells of Mrs. Milton Dahl. ' The Dirty Digger*, Junto; fed. erated garden club/ fttef Saluf* day aftern'oon • at the * homtf j <S Sherry Baker. Mrs. J&mea is advisor, Mr. and Mrs. Don Alt and Sally and 'Jim of West DBS Moftt& were Sunday visitors in the-horn! of Mrs.- Alt's mother, KIM'.".""'* CJfeenberf. • • ''*"" Recently received new bers of the Methodist church afe Drr and Mrs. Dean Koob, Mri and: Mrs, James HersHbergeJrj Mrs. Herb Hedlund, Mary Anh Cole and Mrs. Duane Johnson.,- Sharon Sirayer, who teaches foui^h grade at Eagle 'QroveV Spent the weekend here With her. parents, Mr. and Mrs! , Keith Strayer. She was accompanied by her fiance, Craig Rule,' ienfdr at Iowa State Teachefs College. They will be married here Juri'e 11 and both have accepted teach'- ing .positions at Holstein next fall. The committee in charge of the party at the Country Club to be leld Saturday evening is Mr. and Mrs.,.Charles McVay, chai'meti, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Frank], Itfr. and Mrs. H. L Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley,.Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Smith, Mrs. Harriet Lynch and Delia and Edith Welter. Mrs. Frank Sterling, Mrs. Alice Clayton, Mrs.' Henry Johannsen and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey were honored with life membership pins at the 20th anniversary meeting of the Methodist WSCS. Mrs. L. J. Reed installed the new officers. Mrs. J. B. Asa led. devotions and circle chairmen in charge of the luncheon were Mrs. John Thompson and Mrs. Asa.' —o— Plum Creek Woman's Club jave a program and lunch for ;he residents of the county home Wednesday, May 10. Mrs. Ronald ardner led group singing with August Slagle accompany- ng. The Lucia Wallace brass quartet, Tim Will, James Voigt, Dean Teeter and James Boyd, accompanied by Mrs. Gerald Voigt, )layed several selections and Patty Hopkins played a piano solo. Carole Sloniker and Sandra Harmes gave ballet dances, accompanied by their teacher, Karen Navoichick and Russell and Alan Bode played a marimba duet. Each resident was presented with a May basket and the club members served lunch. A bridal shower was given Monday evening at the VFW hall •«a._ ..J.--«!>.Wt*.i-!iu- w ' ho w m fog performance- Attending the' banquet with Mark were his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Edward- JBbykefl, • his- 'scrfeibl principal and yrife, Mr. dfid Mr§. Jylvan ThieSSt*, and district man- tger, Jdhrt R, Bu,rns of.Emtnets-' ;btirg. ' ••-•':" ;'•' • v Sewlers Honored . 1; A' W.l.B.d Bowling banquet vitas held Morfday' evening at Van's Cafe ift'Algontf.fbr" 55 fi- ibhka ladies. ,who, ate. members, of- the Woodchoppers Mixed Doubles and,fyke Leaguers wo* tjien's league.^ • ' -,- ' ' , Immediately after the dinner League President, Mrs. Francis Gingrich, presented place winnings and trophies. , Individual honors were given tb| Lois Peters6n by the league for having high .series of ,557. T.yke Lanes had high 3-game series with 2,666 and' Caralee Fulman received a plaque for*improving, her average and Esther Petersen- received" .the sarhe for improvement in*mixed doubles. Mrsi Leola Mille* 'received the trophy for having the high game in* the league of 222. Lois Petersen received two trophies for high sefles,ef 66?>«pi him 6f 2&. 'Holly Davfdsoft •& trophy for best improvement through the season. ' -Mrs Flprertee- -> Eden v^'as ma's- ;tef* bf eerembrifes for tne'p-fbgfa1& preceding Wbancittet and deg- •oratidns - wef'e ^tnafie.' Hy^ ^Mrs.' Uleanbr Saefcau. Mrs,. Fern 1 Book- felmanV Mfs.' 1 F&ye • Callies 1 ? and iiiiiii M«. t Wins Gold Medal efc'-sdh ofM*. &t Hafttey Mate*, 21S S, xia v y , „ ,, iSiiiiiiiiiij iiiiiiniiiiii* DANCES Legion Ballroom Bancroft Friday, May 19 WALLY PIKAL And His Dill Pickles Friday, May 26 MARV REEDSTROM NO MATTER WHITHER YOUR WARDR0BE 1,5 COTTON, SllKSOR SATIN, YOUR COSMETICS WITH CARE AND 1*0 M NATIONALLY ACCENTED LINES WITH ACCENT ON BETTER* P1RFUMES ... '''"'. WE STOCK FOR YOUR TUSSY (ioifY LANOLIN-PLUS YAMM.EY MAX FACTOR DU BARRY SHULTON AND MANY, MANY pTHERS. , . OUR SERVICE AND ADVICE IS AS NEAli AS YOUR TELEPHONE. RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY 117 East State St. CY 4-2349 ! ^*r""fv«j -^^S^i^^jj Left — Ray Funk of FUNK PLUMBING & HEATING 119 South Dodge Phone CY 4-3234 "'' *' * TOTAL EXPERIENCE - 46 YEARS {•'» ttl'* !&j ^„'i &m S>r i» i^> iHT •miUHMiiil***"^ on your own tires The superior quality of Firestone New Treads allows us to give you a 12-MONTH GUARANTEE against tire failure from blowouts, cuts, bruises or breaks caused by normal ROAD HAZARDS encountered in everyday driving ... PLUS our famous Lifetime Guarantee. SJ2Z Our New Treads, identified by Medallion and shop mark, are GUARANTEED |, Against delects in work* inun^iip and materials during life of trend. Ayaiuijt normal road hazards (except repairable ljunclurci) encountered in «v«ryday pa^stnger Cjir use for 12 months. Repairs made without charge. replacements prorated on tread wear und based on li^t prices current at time of 2. A 3 3 3 3 ^ I | fflanltett May 2$"to Tdm Zwiefel. Hostesses wera Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, Mrs. Fielding Perry, Mrs. Walter Hagen, Mrs. Tom Buscher, Mrs. i Willard Zeigler, Mrs. Clarence Macumbcr, Mrs. Howard Fors- bcrg, Mrs. L. L; Riter, Mrs. Glen Harms, Mrs. Russell Guster and Mrs. Eugene Zender, all of Algona, and ~MrSi[" Howard Lunds- man, Spencer, 'J\«Irs. Peter Mertz and Mrs. Phillip Fisher of West Bend and Mrs. Don Clark, Lu- Verne. Entertainment was by the ladies' Barbershoppcrs and dancing pupils of Karen Navoichick. —O—• ; .The Bryanteer Chorus, composed of sixth graders of Mrs. Helen Odgaard and Walter McBride presented a Western Round-up for their mothers Friday. Mrs. Liliacc Scfrit directed. Robert Wesley, Steve Waller, Dianne Reefer, Tom Kain, Roger Johnson, Clinton Young, Bea Kay Marshall, Dan Danielsen, David Ruhke, Dill Boldridge, Tom Claude, Susan Rentz, Sherie Baker and Mickey Snodgress were in the cast. Steve Waller sang a solo and a girls sextet, Carol Gerike, Dianne Reefer, Linda Hunt, Marilyn Paetz, Mary Wilrett and Kristi Lcavcrton, sang. Other numbers were by the chorus, another sextet, Dennis George, L&rry Munger, Koger Johnson, C;:rol Gerike, Susan Johnson and Greg Snere, and a Virginia reel dance. The group sang an original hymn composed by Marilyn Paetz. 2&i Joe Bradley Firestone South of Algona Hotel Phone CY 4-2421, Algona, la. Beverly Richter Of Titonka To Tour Europe Titonka — Beverly Richter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richter, has been selected among 50 I.S.T.C. students who will tour Europe this summer. The trip includes two weeks study at Oxford University, two weeks study at the University of Yen ice and four weeks of travel 1 in ei(;ht European countries. The seminar will tour London and other parts of England, Vi enna, Moscow, Amsterdam, Cologne, Munich, Venice, Verona Milan, Peris, and Verseilles are now planned. •Miss Richter is a senior majoring in'junior high education. She will leave June }3 from Montreal and will return by jot from Paris. (UDM Engraving) $300 Scholarship Mark Boyken was one of 16 carrier salesman who received a $300 college scholarship aware at the Des Moines Register ana Tribune Company's annual scholarship presentation banquet helc Friday night at the Savory hole in Des Moines. Scholarships were an tto basis of schoias- Right — Ray Irons of ., ( 812 East McGregor «, '' Phone CY 4-3640 TOTAL EXPERIENCE - 59 YEARS i& HEATING EXPERIENCE... ...YOU BET! The Four Algona Heating Specialists and Plumbers Shown Here And Their Present Employees Have Amassed A Total Of 203 YEARS Know-How In The Heating Game - And They Are Ready (and willing) Any Time To Put That Knowledge To Work For You, No Matter What Your Heating Problem Might Be. And Right Now — Even Though The Mercury Is Climbing Upward As Summer Approaches - Is A Good Time To Contact One Of These Local Firms And Get Your Heating System Ready For Next Winter's Bitter Blasts. Don't Wait, Get Everything In Perfect Working Order Ahead of the Real Tough Heating Season So You Don't Find A Big Problem Staring You In The Face During The Winter That Will Follow Upcoming Cook-Outs And Picnics. Remember This — These Men Are All Highly - Qualified In The Heating Game, So Whether You Are Planning To Build A New House (complete with the latest in Heating and Conditioning Equipment) Or Plan To Rejuvenate Your Present Equipment, Get In Touch With One Of The Rays, Bob Laing Or A. B. Oakland They Can Serve You Best. • ' FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON GAS HEATING; CONTACT ONE OF THESE MEN-OR NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO, 109 S, Harlan "Your GAS Company" Algona Left — Bob Laing of LAING HEATING & PLUMBING 12 North Psdge . Phone CY 4-2104 TOTAL JXPERIfNCE - 54 YEARS R Ji ht ~ A-1 . AIGONA PLUMBING & HiAf ING 311 1 /* East Nebraska Phane CY 4,4240 TOTAL EXPERIENCE - 44 YEARS

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