The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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Of Burl Is Shower Honoree — Selena Meyer 'was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower glveh by friends and neighbors at the Hurt Methodist church Monday evening. to.fs.' Cuane Johnson registered the hiany guests, . A short prdg ram. announced by Marfttn Westling, included a vocal duet by Georgia Christerisen and tfoyce Angus; a skit' by Toots Hoppus, Georgia Holding, May* belline Lovstad, and Nantalee Hawfcott, and a clarinet duet by Frartcis McDonald and Cheryl Lovstad. ' S*C A Poefty Winners Memorial Plans have been completed for the ajinual' Mepiorial Day Obsef- varide ,in Burt.' ; "Metribers of the V.F.W. art iin change ,0f arrange- menis. The morning program will begin^protnptly at 10 la.rii. at the Legion 'Hdll:? ' : ' Colors Will be presented by the Boy Scouts. Bahd music" will be furnished under the direction 'ox William' • Hohtiseth, Erna Baars will have "charge of vocal mtisic. Speaker 'of the day will be SUpt. Russell Castor of Sutherland. .. Fallowing the program, there will 'be the usual parade to the cemetery for the honoring of .the war dead. The combined Ameri- 'can Legion, V.F.W., and National Guard firing squad will salute the dea'di The decorating of the graves will be Under the direc- 'tion of the V F. W. and American Legion Auxiliary members. Scouts Chartered Boy Scouting again became a .reality' in Burt when the newly, [reorganized Cub Pack and Scout The winners of the Poetry Contest sponsored by the C. D. of. A. from St. Cecelia's School are pictured above: . Division I was Pamela Reding of the sixth grade for first place; Mary Beth Slerba of the sixth grade placed second; Larry Muller of the fourth grade won third place. Division II in first place was Paula Osiwinkle of the eighth grade; Jean Owens of grade eight won second place; Belly Lechler was'third place Winner of the eighth grade. Another pre-vacaiion project was the construction of puppets outside of school for extra credit. Three of the outstanding puppets were created by Allen Higley, Daniel Owens and Robert Nichols. (UDM engraving - School Photo). troop were presented charters at the meeting of the Lion's Club Monday evening. Presently there are three Cub dens and three Scout patrols in Burt. The. Cubs, Scouts, their leaders ' and ' Den Mothers were guests of the club at. their meeting. . Four Scouts were presented their Tenderfoot pins by Scout Master Cliff Abbas. They were Tommy Lichter, Harold Lavrenz, John Patterson, and Merwyn Cunningham. In other business, J. L. Miller presented the Gold Key award to Herman Rachut, Sr.. for se- Ig ELECTRIC FREEZER MONTH IN ALGONA He Likes 'Rhubarb' In Baseball - And in December "Rhubarbs' between umpire and players, are commonplace during the baseball season. And today, rhubarb in December (if you like rhubarb!) is quite as commonplace. All you have to do is pick it fresh from the garden, wash it, drain, cut in Mnch pieces, dry pack it, and pop it into your electric home freezer. Takes little more time than watching that homer go over the fencel Garden-Fresh Eating For Next Winter There are many more good things you can enjoy next December, if you have an electric home freezer. You can 'very shortly buy garden-fresh produce and fruits in quantity, at lower prices, and in practically nothing flat have them stored away in your home freezer. The fryer season Is at hand, and ifs no work at all to prepare them for your freezer. Those wall-eyes you'll catch this summer — imagine having them lake-fresh when the snow is Snowing! AH That From Electric Home Freezer By taking advantage of lower summer prices on many food Items, and storing them in your electric home freezer, you can eat better and do it for much'less money. If you don't want to prepare foods for freezing yourself, you can still buy commercial frozen foods in quantity at big savings. They're always convenient, right in your own kitchen, 24 hours a dayl .•• Now Is Time Home Freezer Saves YQU Money ::, Visit your Algona electric appliance dealer and look over the new models in your home and begin stocking it with foods, meats and poultry you can buy cheaper in quantity during the summer. Freezer living will put you meals and money ahead) .. * * * FREE! FREE! FREE! I Statii>n*Wagpn Load of FROZEN FOODS Free Reoiiter at any Algona electric appliance dealer's store (there are 8 of them). On June 1, one lucky name will be drawn from all those registered and a station-wagon packed to the roof with I50.QO worth of frozen foods will deliver iff load fr»e to that person's home! Think of it — a wagon- load Of froien foods, and YQU might be the winnerl Algona Municipal Utilities mu," MEANS OWN (: ', IT w ^.^^ffi~m«M«|"H"H"M"i"i"l"H"hH > curing two new members for the organization. The group voted to send Ray McWhorter to the State Lion Convention in Cedar Rapids. Receive Diplomas Eighth Grade graduation and •award night was held at the high school auditorium Tuesday evening. Receiving 8th grade diplomas were Roberta Ackerman, Janice Abbas, Judith Cherland, Richard Gibken, Roger Giddings, David Harms, Mary Harms, David Kohlhaas, Dean Larson, Eugene Meister, Darrell Parcel, Sharon Peterson, August Sankey, Donna Schrader, Alan Schultz, Patricia Tostenrud, Roseanne Wiener, Patricia Woltz and Patricia Zwiefel. U. P. W. Meeting U. P. W. met May'17. Hostesses were . Mesdames Jess Harms, Roscoe Stewart and Axel Carlson. Devotions were by Mrs. Russell Patterson and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley presented the pro- grarn. Mother's Pledge led by Mrs. P. J. McGuire, Children's Recitations and sons: Sharon Patterson, Danny Bergerud, Briad Holding, Florence Long, Dawn Stenzel and Michael Mawdsley. A'tribute was given by Mrs. Ronald Ortman and corsages presented to the oldest mother, Mrs. M. E. Polhemus; youngest motli- er, Mrs Robert Angus, mother with largest family, Mrs Jess Harms, mother with, most grandchildren, Mrs. Louise Eden, and the mother under 40 having the most children, Mrs. Goodwin Bergerud. A poem was read by Mrs. Robert Angus, solo, Roger Bullock, characteristic's of a Christian Mother by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. Mrs. G. A. Smidt gave the closing prayer. Guests were Mrs. Willam Batt, Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona, Mrs. Louise Eden, Titonka, and Mrs THE. HT\PPY TASTE! You get the happy taste of fresh, sun-ripened citrus fruit in every bright and bubbly sip, PICK UP A 6-PACK Meindert Smidt, Woden. The honored gudst Was assist' ed in opening he* glfU by.sW/ era! of her clasmates and metals, Helen Harms', Judy' Radlg, Barbara Parsons and Judy SWdkef, Hostesses Were Muriel Acker* man, Mary Jean Andrews, Bessie Bussie, Millie Bohling, Mm- erVa Curtis, Velma CooK, Violi. Cunningham, Alvlra ChriStensen, BeUlah Davis, Kate Orden, Mrs. John Clifford, Nettie Giddings, Charlotte Habegnr, Shirley Ha- begar, Alleeda Harms, Wantalee' Hawcott,. Lydia ManusV MaM* O'Brien, Marie Parsons, Barbara Parsons, Ruth Pcte^on, Clara Reynolds, 'Mrs., Wilfred Radig; Vei-a Schwietert, Ethel Smith, Virgie Smith, Nadean Shipler, Judy Steckcr, Effie Teeter, Loretta Lichter, Marian Westling, and Helen wieske. Helena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer will become the bride of John Dittmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ditt-, mer, Burt, at, Good Hope Methodist church, June 4th. . 4-H Meetings The regular meeting of the Burt Bombers was held at thd home of Allwyn Lockwobd May 15. A talk was given by Lynn Bierstedt and David Lynch pre-; sented a demonstration. The group elected to send Lynn Bierstedt to the Short Course at Ames and Gene Lockwood to 4-H Camp at Clear bake. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bierstedt. ! Members of the Blue Birds honored their mothers at a tea at the home of Judy and- Jane Mitchell, with Francis McDonald assisting hostess. Corsages were, presented to mothers present and to Mrs. Thompson, Committee Woman and to the two leaders, Wantalee Hawcott and Jean Lockwood. A program, honoring the mothers was presented with each girl taking part. A demonstration by Jo Ann Ackerman and Rosemary Ulses closed the program.' Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding entertained in honor- of hei brother, Larry Olson, following commencement exercises Friday night. Guests were Mrs. Clart Marlow, ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ql- son, Blue Earth, Mrs. Velma Barrons, Huron, S. D., Mr. land Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Lone Rock, Mrs. Helena Jentz, Fenton, Mrs. Richard Bristow and family, Lu- Verne, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Linda, and Doug and Nancy Geilenfeld, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dremmel entertained following graduation exercises in honor of their daughter, Marsha, a member of the class. Guests were Mr. and Ivlrs. Bert Baldwin, Algona, Mr. and •Mrs. Leonard Stenzel and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dittmer and Nelle Dremmel. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen and family of Northwood, Jerry McMullen, Lakota, spent the weekend at the parental G. H. McMullen home. Beth Miller underwent minoi surgery in Fort Dodge Tuesday for the removal of a cyst near her eye. The Burt Community School picnic will be held at noon Thursday, May 25. The Band Mothers will again be in cnarge of the dinner and will furnish the drinks. Committee chairmn in charge are Doris Keith, Eleanor Gardner, Viola McDon&M, Naomi Chipman, Ida Belle Black. Ann Baumgard, Evelyn Angus, Grace Ackerman and Betty Miller. The high school band will furnish music during the noon hour. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Spcrry and family, Minneapolis, Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Sperry, Brooten, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stenzel and family, and Nelle Dremmel were Sunday guests at the Ray Dremmel home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfrcdson, Humboldt, visited Saturday with Mrs. Cora Stow. Baptismal services were held Sunday' for Judy Lynn Groen and Lori Ann Richards. Rev. Samek officiated. Judy Lynn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groen and Lori Ann's parents are the Kenneth Richards. C.D.A. Names New Officers At Whittemore Whiltemore — The following officers of the C. D. of A. for the year 1961/6? were elected at the regular meeting held Thursday eyeing, May 11: Grand regent, Mrs. Rita Derner; vice grand regent, Mrs. Hilda Fandl; prophetess, Mrs. Norma Bormann; financial secretary, Miss Marcella Fandel; historian, Mrs. Beryl Bisenius; treasurer Mrs. Florence Dahlhauser; monitor, Miss Loretta Fandel; sentinel, Mrs. Edna Waldschmidt; lecturer, Mrs. Loretta Butler; organist, Mrs. Frances O'Brien; trustees, Mrs. Kathleen Dctrick, Mrs. Audry Morman; Mrs. Jean Simons, Mrs. Zita Bormann, Mrs. Johan na Gengler and Mrs. Mary Schmitt. Members of the nominating committee were Mrs. Ann Bormann, Mrs. Hilda Fandel, Mrs Loretia Butler, Mrs. Johanna Gfngler and Mrs. Evelyn Winkel. Court whist was played with Mrij. Evxl>u Wiulitl winning high Thursday, May IS, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper DM MolnW-7 and Agnes Loebach, low prize* The committee in charge o* the May meeting was DeloraS Henry, Audrey Korhian, Florence Dahlhauser, Clarice Elbert, Marcella Fandel, Johanna Gengler, Pearl Besch,. Marjorle Kenyon, Frances Mosbach, Jean Simons and Catherine Walker. EX-RESIDENT PASSES Word was received here by friends and relatives of, the sudden death of Mrs. Ray Oliver of Austin, Minn. She died Wedesday afternoon. Funeral services Were held Saturday morning. Buriai Was in St.. Michael's Catholic cemetery. The Olivers are former Whittemore residents Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potralz and Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz attended the funeral of Mrs. Roy Hilkins of Des Moines Tuesday. Mrs. Hilkins was a foster-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker of Milwaukee, Wis, She leaves to mourn her death her husband, a 1V4 year old daughter, her 'foster-parents and one sister. Mr. Barker is a former band instructor of the Whittemore public school and Mrs. Barker was the former Bertha Potratz, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richara Potratz. May Day Breakfast The annual May Day breakfast was held Saturday by members of the C. D. of A. in the Plantation with the following committee in charge: Esther Walters, Frances Mosbach, Kathleen Farrell and Dorothy Duffy. An entertaining program followed the breakfast with Mrs. Mildred .Elbert as ' toastmistress. The following program was given: Reading by Mary Catherine Elbert, songs by Mary Loebach, skit by Theresa Hyink, Eileen Nurre and Coletta Mullin, talks by. Rev. Philip Dailey and Rita Derner, "Mother's Happiness" by Frances Mosbach. The door prize was won by Mrs. Leo Nurre. Servicemen . -~ A/3c Maurice E. Fickbohm completed his 15-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Fickbohm. He had been stationed at Amarillo, Texas, where he attended tech school and will receive furthei training on his arrival, at Forbes Air Base, Topeka, Kansas.' A/2c Paul Johnson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Whittemore, who has spent a 30-day furlough here with his parents and relatives, left May 21 for McCord Air Force Base in Washington, from where he will leave for the Air Force Base at Fair- tanks, Alaska. A picnic dinner jwas held at the home of his parents in his honor with his grand/- jparents, William Kelly of "here, 'and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Johnson and Shirley Baumach of Emmetsburg. Airman Maurice L. Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Besch, has. completed his initial course of air force basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. He has been selected to attend a technical training course for radio and radar maintenance at Kcssler Air Force Base, Miss. To Boys Stale Mark Capesius, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Capesius, a junior at Garrigan High, has been chosen to attend Boy's State at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, from June 4 to 10. Mark was chosen by the American Legion on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and service. Besides his regular curriculum in school, he is out for football, baseball, basketball and is a class officer. Reuben Butzke, teacher in St. Paul's Lutheran school, took his eighth graders on a Skip Day Thursday at Mason City. Norman Schultz, formerly employed as a trucker with Leroy Elberl, has accepted a position with the Fullerton Lumber Co here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Kollasch bought the Fuchsen home und will take possesion immediately. P. J. Fuchsen will make his home in Illinois whore he has a son and daughter living. Mrs. Bernice Barry, Mapleton, spent last week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Edmund O'Brien and family. CEILING TILE You don't have to be a Handy- Andy to do a perfect job of installing acoustical tile on an old or new ceiling. We'll tell you the easy way and we'll get you started right. For quietness and beauty, there's nothing like an acoustical ceiling. Come in soon and see the many new designs for every room in your home. Use our budget plan. BRONSON BLD'G. SERVICE Kathy Bay Gets SUI Scholarship Iowa City, Iowa — Kathy Bay, high school senior from Algona, has been named a recipient of a Freshman Merit Scholarship at The State University of Iowa. The award is to apply during the freshman year. She was named an alternate award recipient earlier this year. According to Charles Mason, coordinator of student aid at SUI, some of the original receivers were unable to accept Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay. •*m>»smw8»o*Mss^^ FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Algona CY 4-3731 Charier Burt Phone 233 N. Hwy. 18 Algona ST AID IS MOST IMPORTANT FIRST AID before the doctor arrives can mean much. So be sure and keep your home medicine cabinet equipped and ready for action at a moment's notice. The initial treatment of injuries can be, and usually is, very important. ALL necessary FIRST AID Items are stocked by us at all times. Come in, we'll be glad to advise you on your FIRST AID needs. .'••' . RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY CY 4-2349 Why now's the time- weed as you feed Fast growing spring weeds are tough competition for grass. They steal nutrition, water, sun—and growing room. Once they're entrenched, much of the damage is done. A single application of BONUS*® now will foil the weeds and favor the grass. BONUS kills dandelions, plantain, buckhorn, all similar weeds— and at the same time feeds grass to greener beauty. Weed as you feed, an entire 5000 sq ft lawn area in less than half an hour. Just fill the Scotts Spreader with clean, granular BONUS, set the dial and—walk! Introductory offer saves you $5.00. Ask us about it, BBBOBOM FREDERICK CY 4-412? The best place in Algona Jo buy fine quality hardware — at a saving! ALGONA Bring your lawn problems to our Lawn Program Advisors. 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