The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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fin* v*fc*Viue (la.) U PP »r D«i M»ln 1961 Auxiliary Has New Officers f. ii' ; •• -Wesley/-- Thfe, Amctican Legion Auxiliary met June 1. .The ahnual election of officers was held. Edna Flom was re-elected pses., Clara Hauptman, vice-pfes- laiht;. Clare - Thomas,. re*elected dlfcretary; Helen Johnson, reelected treasured; Rita Rieke, rc= elected chaplain;" Norrine Studer. ,„_ enfe Vista 6ileg5 library. ' ,'!?,.-,.. Hefman Adolf of Richmond Cal. came Saturday to visit hi sister,. Mrs., .Will.. Martinet and family, Other., Sunday .guest were the Harold Maftineks, Art Stankeys of Spertcer,, .Vincen Schmitz's of Clear Lake and Em mett Paetz's of Burt, •* ti •> *i'< fe--.••- • LuVernd k t x By Mrs. Farn Blgings *»'*< ,'. V» >i-!i ^ ?• I'. Stelr-atiArms; i. Eileen Johnson. hStorian; -i Josephine Meurer. rtette. Hauptman and Laura i iKlelnpetcr, executive board m^rnbers. •Noffind Studer> was appointe( to fethe; library •,board to succeed ClIrffOTiomSS, whdn her term ex pttes,ln August. "fatillne Pfeffer and Mary Reil iijjjj served lunch. Sfypwfer Honored •Julia Nygaard is to be honored), at a. shower Thursday evening ( June 8 in the Methodist chUrch parlors. 'She will become the bride of Robert Chambers 01 CdrWlth jh the local Methodist chfareh.' The young couple will live ih Albert, City, Where he Will teach- .vocational,,agriculture. He graduated last week from the UiilVei'Sity at Ames. 4-H Club Tour . 'Wesley township 4-H boys club irtet Saturday morning in Sexton and visited the farms and proj- etits. of each" < member. Joe Skow and Chas. -Nygaard; are leaders. Robert--Johnson;-youth leader, and Boria Pervane, >a Turkish exchange student of Algona, were guests; . .'•'• •-• ;";'''<> V ')." fi • •A noon picnic was, tht George ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bichty left Monday -for a vacation 'trip- to visit their son Mr, and Mrs. : Hfir- tild Lichty at Idaho Falls, Idaho. They drove as far as North Platte, Nebr., and visited. rela< lives there 'and took a train foi the remainder of their journey >'Mfs.'.Edwin Marty, 'Mrs.' ;C. ,O McClellan/ Mr. ahd 'Mrs. Hfenrj Kubly visited. Thursday in Waltham and Austin, Mittrin -with the Eldon and R6bert Marty fami- h*es. , . *. , : - t^ • • • • Mrs., William Goctseh -speir Tuesday' at Lake Okobc-ji where she 'attended! ah- all-day; staff meeting of Methodist churches. i Mrs. i»aura. Meyer Jtfeh A liesud for, Colorado .fcpnngd, Colo.,, to visit iier, daughter, biu i»yie am iaim nome- 101 ^ ana uieir lannues wni. ba,, present. .. , i ( ,,*A f.jJatis : and si Ladsvbasebal g6me was piuyed-an the aiter- ubon on tne oscai- Hammono wiui-tiiC boys deteaung ine "old fellows." Mrs4?Doian 95 . : '•>'.<•. •Mrs.i Ella 'Dolan^ ^observed hei 95th birtnd'ay June 2, in tne tjpod T bamancan liome in Al- Bena wher6.'slie has lived sinct October, 19BO. She had lived with •her daugntcr, Mrs. George Vnz- tljum and lamily since tne death of her husband'Ed in 1923. She also has two sons, ,11 grandchild- rfin, 44 greatgrandchildren and 1. great great '-graifd"child. , ^Mr. and Mrs!. Al- Wagner spent the weekend an the home of their son, Ben Wagner and wife in Ft. Dpcigc. .'"..-, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent .Eisenbacher, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, 'Mrs. Norbert Hilbert and Ecr Eisenbacher attended the 'funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Jule Puff, 65, at Ashton Tuesday of last w'ee.k. They, called on- Father K-lein and report that he is en- jcJying good health. ; Sister Kevin of Waterloo and a 'companion sister came the first of the week and , arc teaching catechism at Forest City. Sister {Cevin is a daughter of Mr. and NIrs. Elmer Doughan. ISistcr Mary Dion, who taught at Rockford, 111. last year, came Jyne 8 for a 5-day visit will her mother, Mrs. Alt' Studer, and other relatives. ,Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert and family attended a Fandcl family reunion at Whittemore May 28. 'Tuesday Club will hold its annual picnic breakfast June 13 at the Dr. Paul Warner home. Assistants are Rulh Schrauth and Hazc-1 Gerdes. On the entertainment committee are Faye Loebig, Marilyn Olsen and Marie Licktoig. Yo-Yo Club met Friday evening at the Methodist church. Hosts were Charles and Luther Nvgaards and Richard Maclsens Merle Rasmusscn was elected president; Esther Smith, vice- president; Florence Hansen, secretary-treasurer. The group planned -an ice cream social for July and a picnic dinner for the families Sunday, June 25. The four Nuns who taught the past year in St. Joseph's parochial school left June 8 for Milwaukee, Wise. Alan Jordan and Duane Becker are employed in construction work at Algona. Rev. Robert Jones, Mrs. Charles Nygaard , and Mrs. Elmer Glawfi will leave June 18 for the North Iowa Conference in Sioux City. Mrs. Nygaard is delegaU from Wesley and Prairie Center and Mrs. Glawe from Corwith Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robin- soi) and her sisters, Miss Ger- Uilde Will of Ft. Worth, Texas and Marje Will of Chicago, who were visiting here, spent the Memorial holiday in the L. E Dever-caux home. WSCS met June 7 at the Methodist church. Hostesses wort Mescjames Orville Weiland. Geo Qste'rcamp, John Woiland and Harold Price. Devotioins were iQd, by Hazel Gerdes and missionary lesson was given by Margaret Jonps. Mrs. Bettie Wester, Mrs. Leil;> Jordan and .friend from Dea MoiiT's and Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hflpswidh and f'lmjly anrl her father.; David Johnson of Corwith. and Jurscri Skow werr Synd:|v dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Erie ICiih;h,qim. , . Charles Jordan resiuncd his position as teacher of social studies in the CorwHh-Wesley school June 1 and will go to Storm Mrs. J^enton. and- cmldren, fani Will make, the acquaintance 01 the new baby, Connie Marie Penton." ..-!-<<-„. I' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baker anc MticKey left Friday for their vacation visiting in the Ozarks. They will 'also visit Mr. and Mrs. jester Baum /at J oplm, Mo. Mr. and -Mrs. Allen Blake; Richard,' Suzie ,and Robert wen» Saturday to Green Mountain to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. J. Langbehn. Richard remain* ed for a vacation on the farm ol his' grandparents. ' : Tuesday visitors in the Henry Kubly home were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ruberg of .Fort Dodge arid '"her mother, Mrs. Emmr Kubly of Renwick. .Ava Chambers of Seattle Wash., was a guest of her cousins Mr. and Mrs. .Edward Hof. A pio nic supper at the Hof home hon 7 ored the guest Thursday evening Mrs. Edward Hof, Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs. Minnie Henderson Mrs. Earl Neal, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, and Mrs. Norma McClaran went -to the Paul Blume home Saturday afternoon to heir Mrs. Blumer celebrate her birth day. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Fjetland o' Dakgta City were Wednesday Jeyenjpg callers with Mr. and Mrs* Henry Kubly. • • •,., ! ; 'Mrs. Albert Genrich attendee 1 the graduation of her granddaughter, Ann Stevens Wednesday evening at Algona' high school. Weekend guests in the parental Bert Thomas home were Robert and Dorrance Thomas, Mrs Riqhard Huerta and children of St. Paul. M'arcia Stone entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, June 6 foi dental surgery. She will be i patient there for five days. Matt Karty is visiting relatives here and looking after farm ing interests. Matt spends tht winter months in Hot Springs Ark. He is living the summei months at the Mrs. Hortenso Fergerson home in Algona. Mrs. Marie Maass, Maybellt and Bobby went Monday to Cedar Falls for a few days as the} open their summer home at Riverview Park. They were accompanied by Dennis Marty and David Nafi'zigcr, who will spend it week at the youth camp of the Ey. United Brethren church in Riverview Park. Mrs. Marie Maass, daughters Lavon and Maybclle, visited u Rutland Sunday with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa. Ladies Aid met Thursday !r, the rooms of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church with Mrs. Clem Stripling hostess. Mrs. J o h r. Schnakcnberg presided. Mrs Gerald Awe, layette chairman reported articles ready to be sen! to World Relief. Mrs. Thee." Schnakenberg gave a report on the LWML Rally held in Whittemore May 10. Their pastor tht Rev. Allen Rudow gave BibK Study. Mrs. Edward Uelmert was a guest. The WSCS of the Ev. United Brethren church were guests ot Mis. Bernard Wolf Thursday evening in her new home in HumboJdt. Mrs. Melvin Martj- presided. Devotions, Mrs. Andrew Marty, lesson, Mrs. J. Paul Stevens. Guests were Mrs. Curtis Morgan, Mrs. Clyde Dudley Mrs. Russell Fox, LuVerne, Mrs, Knudsen, district leader, Mrs. Ida French and Mrs. Lundgren of Fort Dodge. • Barbara and Phyllis Pergande of San Antonio, Texas arrived Friday to spend the summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pergande. Rev. and Mrs. Howard Marty and children of Kalona were weekend guests in the parental Henry Marty home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgurl- ner were Sunday visitors with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gmmcnz in Des Moiuc-s. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harmon and son Lowell were Sunday guests of their daughter and sister, Mr qnd Mrs. Ben Seipker and family in Des Moines. .Corp. Biily Sauford of Fort CampJbel], Ky., is on furlough ai the ho|iie of his parents, the Frances Sauford family at Bad ger. Billy is the grandson of Mrs. Jessie Sauford, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sauforci und Connie pud his mother, Mrs. ,'« -vt' i • ; , Sattfore were guests Sun . Mlfclarothei'ta'hd son the ftraftces Sltlterd, lanUly in Bad |gft-, l 3Chey ! .Mftt,W'Ittefld the confirmation of Diane Sauted, their niece and granddaughter, in the Badger Lutheran church. Mrs Wayne Sauford Was DiatteVgod mother. • : ? "• ; , Guests Sunday in the William Erpelding home-"Were his broth* er-in-law and twin sister, Mr. and Mrs. -Paul Behounke of Hay field, Mirin. , ^ .. ' ' , Mr. aftd Mrs. Joel Reding and ferriily were .honored -Sunday evening when their neighbor* gathered for a Welcome to this vicinity. Cards were played i and they' brought .the refreshments Guests wet's Mr. and Mrs. Johri Pergahde, Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding, Mn. and Mrs. -Jo«> Putzstuck, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mr., and Mrs. Otto Jagels, Mr. and Mrs". Ralph Keene,- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales and families. 'Mr.' and Mrs. Alvin Weber . weekehd gilefSts vieHk tftelf OU n, Mr. and Mr8. Jeri^ Weoer a«ti Junior of Mankato, Minn. - * --Saturday -evening -dlnttet ests By Mrs Syl Wagner and Mrs.- fat* -Betmann Corwith, Mr. and Mrs<-,AlVto Webefi Charles,j-Mr. Leftoy Febef,.LflVerh£, _ Mrs. Jerry Weber ahtt Jt Mankafd, Minrt. ,A Jiiest lft«tt(e; John Weber hotte' was "trllii'! daughter, Mrs. Robert Stephens, and son Douglas of Center Point.' • ftonald and^Paul Trauger were weekend visitors'* with their aunt, the Irvin McddWans at Cleat Lake. Their parents, Mr. 4na Mrs, James Trauger and Larry went for them Sunday., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gptilee'Vls'i- ited recently in the Dale Wegener, home.- ^ , ... _._. in's brothers fers gSve thUrn a housewarming fl6re Illi !fileirkh(3lhl?ifi.tBftAroe.f A Social feve'fllhl wa* erJJQyeftAftdta lunch brought by the guests was sjBrved. Mr. atid Mrs. Bormant 5 -pfeSenteid a throw. jrug,'by ^ -A*" i.iif' *IA J ka- JJjicIi. -i,g-lfcjlL t *!«•„ 'the ealfer^mttendifi'gKWd , •a^id Mrs. Nicft Bormartn, MK'fihd '.Mrs. Henry Bormann, Mrs: Art lllgi >Mr* jandfJMr^,i. Charles .'Bar ., .Mr. dfid/Mrs., Peter fir•ig: Mrs'. vuStlrW Becker 'ark Becker, Mary Smith ano Bedker. -'"Mr. ahd Mrs. Richard Thul, Georgia and Janice spent the Weekend at L/ake Osakis, Minn. i Jphft SISW l%rnes, Ledl'ardf is a visitors' weanesday ano 'i'hitrsclay m the home of Mr, ana Mrs,. Eugene Thui>>*~ ••- - -»- - • • Mr, and^ Mi's. .Pete ,-Werlirig spent the weekend at Fox Lake Minn ,. _._ , Sheryll Reding, accompaniea by Janet Mliggie 'fr8m,. Calumet ana Betty NoOWSft'-frlomI'Hartley are on a 2-week ,tnp thfough southern states.. W« •Bancroft By Mfs. Lawcenee Bei-gmari Banns, of marriage were published Sunday in , St. John's Catholic -church for, John Kadow , and Linda, A^n Ldason, BUrt, and; ,o« erner, son of Mr., ant Mrs. d.i|C. Werner, Whittemdre •aftd,D6nft&-flergman, daughter 6f Mr. ftntt,MtS. ; Laurence Bergman, BancrM. •' 'Williarri McGulre, Hastings t -Minn., Tom McGuire, Lincoln i • Nebr .-,-• and -Martin- McGuire," em-j ployed at Emmetsburg, spent the weekend with 'their parents, the Chas-.- McGuires. ' ; i ' Mr,, land Mrs^.d'eraldt Rowlef arc -parent^ 'oii a sfln born recently fit St. Ann hospital, Algona, "-Relatives --from here ^attending. thfe wedding^ of , Walter, Wessels in St. Palil Saturday" were Mr and Mrs. William Rustemier, Mr, and Mfs.. Laurence Menka, Richard Menkes, Alfred Menkes, Walter .Menkes, Ralph. Menkes, John Merikes. Art Menkes,. Raymond Menkes,' Bob Menkes, andi Mrs Geo. Rahe • who also, visited her son and family at St. Paul,, Wai-, ter Wessels is a cousin of the Menkes and , worked' for John Menke last- sumine'r. „ t j , : jn , Co. •• 6f ie,d the-c6rt- ofiice „-.,— J at/'Swea/GKy-,- aficoruin'g to ani'^'announcemeht,! ;mad6 by PostnfMir ffifeAer.811. 3,-* fidward .,-.. nv.ij(«*»i U jf) ^>«.*J ***•*«•»'»» • i 1 ""IT*' 1 i Undef ,*;uili^)ostal ..department's terms/'thir A mmbYJlai firm will coflstfWCt tHe" building ;pnt the c0n, ner-of Third avenilei and'Second .street and,, lease f it' to .the, postal department -fl)»sdo;. years?; with four 5-year refibwfl, options. •The new tyuilding'will have an interior space ' of 2,333 square feet and will be constructed on a site which • lnclUde v s 10,675 Square feet, designed"tb provide ample paved areas, for parking and movement of -postal vehicles. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Small, barbecue size Govt. Insp. Grade 'A 1 ' '' ' ' " - ' ' ' ' QUAHTltY , SlOHtS '. PRICES FOR JUNE 8-9-10 SWIt'Tt t ' f , J%A Essex Summer Sausage tl' 69C ti>* Wsre Sliced Bologna Siced Cooked Ham ^ swim rxcMipH. c.> n < M Ring Bologna S BIBI . , , ..:,: - , readed Shrimp Freshly, Ground ., I / -'.': - *:j . *. • . - - . ~\ lum|s, jul^y yodr^ -birds that are wonder- ^^ ful to barbecue!On the spit Whole or on, ' •' the Grill in halves. Low in Calories, too. 3 to iSlfa. average , BOSTON. BUTT PER LB. ROASTS f 50 S StAMPi IFRIE Alt National Meat ' Wl ™ TH ' S - COUP( ? N - HEN YOU BUT " h Guaranteed* \ Buddlg Chipped Be0f 3 ^ *1 .. . . __ N '^lkjBk-.I At Your NATIONAL'FOOD STORE M ' Tender, Juicy"roasts ••••C i : Coupon E> P VesJUM 10.1961 with^very little ,• .j -i waste . PER LB. ^Vi H 39 -lr. NATIONALfS 3 STAR CORN FED BEEP '. .. IT'S U. S. «« FRONT •& SS L* c\ n;wffh ciiir . Y Farmers, B'G SAVIN^Sjyg^ MVORJTE iiiu ^ TASTIER!^ FRESHER! ^ ••l?^?'*™"^ 1 ' SO THUIFTY! June is the month to gest supply and best quality.'^" t •,: Make June DAIRY MONTH at your * j 1 *t jt *•* 'f *i- Save King Horn I Stamps 50 ggJS STAMPS FREE WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY ANY $2.50 PURCHANSE At Your NATIONAL FOOD STORE Coupon Expires June 10, 1961 ! 50 K STAMPS FREE J .» WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY ' . • Bbetje Dutch Mustard rt. I A» Your NATIONAL FOOD STORE I ' Coupon Expires June 10, 1961 ,Pineapple, 12-OZ. CARTON I WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY !Six Months Floor Wax £,.$1.19 J At Your NATIONAL FOOD STORE • Coupon Eipires June 10, 1961 Duncan Hints Deluxe Cake Mix, pkg. ..... ...39e Kraft Jet Puff Marshmallowj, IQ-oi. ...'. 25« Sum-R-Aid Beverage Powders, 7 for 2So Low-Cat Beverages, 24 01., 2 for ... 33o PREMIUM SODA AA CRACKERS ,.LB. PKS ...... 30 C BLUE LABEL A> . KARO SYRUP <K ... 25° SOLDEN CORN OIL 49° *>*< '* Liquid LIMIT ^ .™~ 27 «,.„ ' ' , -.••-..- *»•. ' -^tfte. " ' • Niagara Starch «^ ^ 25 Ad, for Automatics " DOLE "^ ,,, ' Pineapple-Grapefruit, or ALOHA ' *& Pineapple JUICE (f . .. . . " . .YOUR CHOICE ORCHARD FRESH, FROZEN Orange "Juice ^c^,. TYPHONE or ORCHARD FRESH ; . Sliced Pineapple --» BLUE RIBBON. Asst. Colors' ' Luncheon Napkins SO FRESH ( Salad Dressing NATCO __ . . ... Tomato, jCatsup FINEST, ^ _ Pork and Beans GARDEN FRESH, EARLY JUNE Peas:..: Beans GARDEN FRESH FROZEN AIF0 ^^ Peas »^^ -*& - fk ? NATCO SPARKHN© Canned MILK 46-oz. CANS Ajax Cleanser Fab, Giant Package 79* Bith s;« ' Palmolive Soap £ ** Palmolive Soap 3 '« 31 6 l *°'" 1 i . • ^ Mmmmm. Oord«n-0ood Urge package OOq i^ Beauty Bar -'•KW Vel Liquid, 12-0?; ffi flu 24-oi. No D«poi!l N« Return Battles. ~~» NATCO TALL CANS Natco CHEESE SPREAD 2 -LB. BOX Rich and Creamy Toasts Just Rght FOLGER'S O° RRIRPES : COFFEE Star-Kist"" TUNA Chunk, No. '/j Can Johnson's HONEY GRAHAM 2 271 CRACKERS Fresh and Crisp, Mb, Box.,,,, T ,.,,;rr.>., FINER NgW CROP GOLDiN KERNiL Sweet Corh FRE§K CRISP, .grew'' Head Lettuce , U, S, N9, I New POTATOES ,Rnest QyaBfy Taste the Qifferenet o v »r. tom wg your m»»U lots ol Ngfional'i lavingt. Cantaloupe/ R§d & ©rtin ©ripis, ling • Plums

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