The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 1, 1961
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Plum Creek Girl To Head H 'Audrey fcardner, fofember of the Plum Creek Mite 4-H club, .Was elected president; 6£* : tKe county girls 4-lt'fpr the Comirif year at the annual Rally Ray held last Saturday fit S\ye'£ City. " Other officers named Were Kathleen Eden, Buffalo' Boosters, Titbnka, vice president; Leota Ann Voss, OLu Verne Livewftes, secretary; and Rosemarys Gisoh, Gresco qhums, Algona, treasurer, Mrs. Ethel Chamberiin, Irving" tqn, was initiated as an Honorary member. Susan '-Nitchals, county .president, presiqed «it tiie meeting vynicn was aitended by aoouc 400 persons, it was heiu at tne siinool. insiallation of officers took place uuiMug Uiu, evening ' .... . jiarvey Johnson, International _ Faun x ouu! .n/XLuange o| roresp Ciiy wad gut-it snowing siiue's and giving 'a i/aiK oji riis recent tnp |.o niiica, ; Mary Keiny, onion Aieuiean, Aigona, -won nrsf in fne seiuoi division or tne Cpumy Urns Ureeu speech; ijinua iiueppiiei, LaKOta jjUCKifcs, jjaiojta, vyoii fifgj. in tne iiubinieuiait; UIVIMUII -uiiu Cpiulie ±joinmiin, Kiveiuaie KUsi- iers, : ; Aigona, ibceiveu iitii' junior creed. Mrs. Primasing At West Bend Funeral services for Mrs. LOUISA frimasing, 87, longtime resident of West ±send, were held Wednesday morning, May 31, in Sts. Peter and . Paul Catholic church at West Bend. Rev. Louis Grevmg officiated 'and burial followed in the church cemetery. Hamilton funeral Home of Algona was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the rites were Leo and .Levme .b'neden, doe .ua- ber, fcmil jjerner, iM'anK Macei'n ana Jonn Couii>s. Mrs. 'Primasing died in' 'a Le- Mars, Hospnai Cii4i,ui-aay [ihornuiy following .a : t'/z ye4r illness. ' Louisa Moator, daugiuer os, Steve and Maj p y ivio^tor, was born Jan. 1, iti'it at Luxemburg, la. She was married to John Primasing Oct. 4, 1U93 and the Primasings moved to the. West Bend area in 1BU8. Mr. Primasing, wno died in lyoa,- and three children preceded Mrs. Primasing in death.^ ___ _ ,_^__ .._.-.. She is survived by two "daughters, Mrs. Agnes Steward, Burt, ana ims. L.euoa Uueiun, Siuiey, four .sons, ur, unaiies i j i f imusuie : Melvm, tugene Primasing, Jor- aun, Mini;., i^ivul rnniasiut;, £>uii Gabriel, Cal., and Kay Priniasing, Courtland, Cal.; a sister, 'Mrs. Mary McGinty, IJubuquc; 12 grandchildren; and 25 great- grandchildren. Irvington Girl Infraction; Fell From Swing Irvington — Paula 8-year-old daughter ol' ivir. and Mrs. Henry EisenDarth, is a patient at Park Hospital at Mason City. Paula fel} irom a swing breaking a piece off her ejbow joint. Surgery has been performed and her arm is now m traction. Mr. and Mrs. B. O, .Davis attended open house 'at wary Col» well home jn J-avermore 'i'hui'S: day evening honoring her son Tom, who graduated irpm high school. Mrs. F. Struthers and children spent Wednesday at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sykes, in Livermore. Mrs. Lee Colwell attendee} graduation 'at Livermore Thursday. Her grandson, Tom Coiwell, was a member of the class, Mr, and Mrs. Cierald Frankl had open house at their homt Sunday evening honoring tneir son Patrick on his grauuauon from Garngan high schuol. Begin Series Of T-V Operations ^61", a serjes pf U)t 'l y , twelve hour Jong programs w»U be seen pn Channel gl, Fort Podge ning Frif&y, June SJnd. '4'he program is UUed "New ar Drums kjy Surgery". On the prp- gram viewers, will meet an actual patient who wlW RB Ppef ated on sp th»t new ear dwn?s will replace the ones that }>o longer fHnpljPO- You'll spp the patient, Hjjp dotiors, the opet^- tion as though you were in fa medical class. The pyr flw sp of the programs is to acaijamt I'lju genwal pul)- lieation 'with the wondertul world oftnedlcine, surgery, hofe- fhtittdtiyv Junft 1, 1961 an ordinary person \yfteti he or she requires the-"Verviti4s' of modern medicine. Hilbert Of Mr. andiMrs. Frank Hilbert, Luyerne, lannounce the engagement and approaching marriage of ' their daughter, Catherine, shown here, to Jerry Krischel, son of Mr. and Mrs..'Louis Krischel, Havelock. - An early < Ju}y wedding is plajmed at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Si^ Joe. (UtfM Engravihg)' ( " *' ' 11 Cancer Society In addition to the name^ listed last week as having been preserved in -memory by donations to-the American Cancer Society, the. following have also been mernoriplized: Apdrew Larson, Mrs. Kollasch, (Id.) Upf»*r Dili Malneg-5 Moe, J/fitinie Miller, Klla Pert!) dfe"orge Hawcott, Johnny Hannai Bessie Wlrtkle, Milo Miller, Mrs.' Arthur Priebe and Philip Wander. Board members of the Kossuth Cotihty cha'pter met May 24 .at Van's dafe for a business meeting. Mrs." Joe Lynch, Sr. is memorial Chairman for the county chapter.* ' '"•....• 5 From County ToMomingside Sioux Cily .— Gary Kesting, son of Mrs Walter Kestingj 701 East Lucas and Sherry Ann Read, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chalmer Read, 332 So. Minn, street, all of Algona Marilyn Hinckley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Hinckley of Burt, la., Earl Routh, son of Mr and Mrs Evan Routh of Lone Rock, la., and Janet Walker, daughter of Rev. .and Mrs Harvey A. Walker of Fenton, la. hava been accepted for entrance in September at Morningside college here. Miss Walker has been awarded a music scholarship based on her audition at the college here. Riverdale 4-H Unit One AAef Thursday, May 18 the Riverdale Rustlers Unit I met at the gym in St. -Joe. Roll call was a Statement about customs or habits of people from Spain, Mexico or Italy. The special activity was learning to understand our neighbors. Corrine Bormann gave a talk on ''Table Etiquette." Mary Alma O'Brien and . Ruth Ann Klein gave a talk on vegetables. Kristine Plathe and Charlene Thilges gave .a demonstration on candy. A cooky demonstration was given by Connie Bormann. After the meeting there was an exchange of May baskets. Lunch -was' served by Kathleen Beeson. ' Opening Friday Evening JUNE 2 • EvQry nlflb*. f x £9Pf Saturday TRY OUR SPIRALS 5 Hamburgers (to go) $1.00 BROASTED CHICKEN BASKET - •• "• " "''•' •'•'" Chrome Drive -In Highway Jet. 18 & 169 Algona ITS IN THE BAG! It'l cf fore Treat ywwetf to a new mowing thrill! The Toro Pony9 Rider has the famou3 M Wind>Tunnel"t tntf-* super-vaoiiwp frefzej every blade of «ras» upright for * neat, clean cpt . , . even long ^ W W^ffaM'.mttedJrw And the wind tunnel ajrstream blasts clippings, leaves, lawn utter the bagging attvh,nient. AU this plus . D . ) N0 cllilBPWg «ver with the Pony Rider-even >ith tha bi| pff, clippi»0» arf dispersed evenly ') Sturdy 4-5 h.p. engine has two speeds forward, .Qua' In reverse. Blade locks easily in transport posi* tjon. Single-lever h'eight-of-cut adjustment, instant* dutch, single lever shift, ir* »t Tan Mft. Corg. in ond f9« fheTcro p?ny jp Only $349.95 NORTON MACHINE WORKS WEST OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE SWEETENED Oft UNSWEETENEO GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 - si oo FINEST PORK & BEANS 3 ^; Si 00 HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE SYRUP 2 •-:. 39 NABISCO BACON THINS or VEG. THINS " 29 C SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER Jar PILLSBURY FLOUR 1 HEINZ KETCHUP Bottles GIANT TREND FREE BAR OF SWEETHEART SOAP GREEN STAMPS vyilh purchase of ROBIN HOOD F LOUR ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ .^^^^H^' *^^* ^^^^ 25 lb. bag Si 79 HllEX.:. gallon 49c mm OLIVES...... Of. 59c POP SALE ORANGE OR DOUBLE COLA 16 Oz. Bottles 29c SIX PACK LET'S COOK UP A COOK OUT!!! CHOICE CUTS eef Roast Lb. SWIFT'S PREMIUM Sliced Bacon LB. 49 c CHOICE T O Or 1 -Bone oteak LB. 98 c TOM THUMB IQToPkg. STEAKETTS Rock Cornish Hens EACH 79 C CHEESE BURGER CHEESE PKG. Tw C COOK OUT MiATS CLUB STEAKS BONELESS CLUB STEAKS BAR-B-QUE RIBS RIB EYE STEAKS » ROUED ROASTS f COUNTRY SPARE RIBS f CUBED STEAKS f GROUND BEEF TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NQ EXTRA CHARGE FLORIDA GOLD Orange Juice 5 Cans SEA MIST LEMONADE Cans 98c CAMP- WHITE SHAFTgR POTATOES 10 Lbs. 39c CALIFORNIA ORANGES 3 Dozen $1.00 GOLDEN BANANAS Lb. tic Large Cantaloupe Each 39c WATERMELON Each 98c;

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free