The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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T^F.- 6-Atfldfla (la.) Uppir P« Molnai Thursday, June 8, 1941 Honor 1 Mrs Chamberlain Mrs. Ethel Chamberlain, leader of the Cresco 4-H Chums, Is shown above as she was .being initiated as an honorary member of the Kossuth County 4-H girls' organization at Rally Day, held a week ago SatUrday'al'Swea'City. • . Others, 16ft to right, are Bernadette Hilbent, Ruth Ann Klein •and Mary,Alma, O'Brien, all of 'the Riverdale Rustlers 4-H.- There'We're" 436 girls'in attendance, and two clubs, Riverdiale Rustlers I and LuVerne Live Wires had perfect attendance in uniform. . • •••••••• '-•• -•'.:'•'. i ; • •. Results of .the Country .Girls Creed contest found Connie Bormann, • junior Winner; Linda Hoeppner, intermediate winner; and Mart Reilly, senior;.winner. (Extension Photo — UDM Engraving). Gary Giddings Of Surf Is Wed June] Burt — Mrs. Wm. Giddings. Gary, Grover, Craig, Gail and Niel left Thursday evening for Benton City, Wash, where they will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddings. On Saturday, June 3, Gary was married to Arlene Stevenson, daughter of Mrs. Blanche Stevenson of Marysville, Wash. The^ wedding was held-at the Little Mission Church in Marysville. Receive Diplomas 19 members of the 8th grade of the Burt school were awarded diplomas Tuesday evening. Delmar Angus, president of thr school board, addressed the class Receiving diplomas were Janice A.bbas, Roberta Ackerman, Judith Cherlund, Richard Gebken. Roger Giddings, David Harmsj Mary Harms, David Kohlhaas, Dean Larson, Eugene Meister, Darrell Parcel, Shiaron Peterson, August Sankey, Donna Schrader, Alan Schultz, Patricia Tostenrud, Roseanne Wiener, Patricia Woltz, and Patricia Zwiefel. was presented the citizenship award given each year by the Kossuth County Bar Association. Making the presentation was Attorney Veril McClure of Algona. David, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen, Burt, plans to attend Iowa State University next fall. •Dr. Robert Melville and Mar tin, Iowa City, spent last weel at the home of. Mrs., Helen Vo gel. They were joined on Satttr day by Mrs. Melville and threi other children and all spent ovei Memorial day at the Vogcl home Kftlhryn Manus, Washington D. C., is enjoying a vacation with her mother, Mrs. Emma Manus Shirley Schwietert arrived a' the homo of her, parents, Mr. ant Mrs. Merle Schwietert after completing her sophomore year at Iowa State University, Ames. Shirley left on Monday for the Black Hills in South Dakota, where she will again be employed at a Dude Ranch during the Summer months. The Boy Scouts met Monday night at the hall. Craig Lauritzen, Donald V/estling and Steven Grubb took a preliminary ex^ aminalion for their Tenderfoot requirements. ^George Thul and MVs, _, Thul, and Mr. Becker the of the late: Joseph and M Becker, all from St. Joe, Peter Beckers Wed 25 Years St. Joe — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 28, also the graduation of their son Arthur from Garrigan high school and son Charles from eighth grade in St. Joseph's school. Mr. and Mrs. Becker were married in St. Joseph's church and have lived south of St. Joe on their farm. They are the parents of five sons, Allan, Maurice, Arthur, Charles and James. Mrs. Becker is the former Bertha Thul, daughter of the late Mrs. Will Reding is a pfitleri in St. Joseph's hospital at Fbi- Dodge. Mr. and i.trs, Frank Hiib'eft Cathy and Jimmie and Mr, fche Mrs. Raymond Kohinaas arlt Lions Ann, Howard and Mario; attended graduation exercises at Webster City high school. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wey. dert attended graduation exer. cises at Adams, Minn, high school Wednesday evening. Nancy Wey dert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weyciert, former residents of St. Joe and West Bend, was a graduate. Miss Weydert'was recently selected Dairy Princess for the Adams district. Rev. William Devine from Le* Mars spent several days here 'ast week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Devine* Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Evanston i-orn Humboldt are moving this week to the house on the Kohlhaas farm vacated by Richard Kohlhaas in 1960. Mrs. Evanston is the' former Rosalee Reding daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding. Ronald is employed by Becker Construction Go. Alice Bormann spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs; Ed Bormann. Alice, student at Iowa State at Ames will be assistant home economist at Centerville. Mrs. Maggie Thilges and granddaughter, Jeanne Rayser, and Ann Fischer spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gappa and family at Ayrshire. Wed turn Id : In So. Dakota Otlosen — Deibeft eJMpa son of Mr., and <tytrs. Lester .wehi> spanrt, will be married Juttfe lb to Shirley Chnulaett at ,tfte Lutheran church iri Braokifigs} Soulh Dakota. Mr. Wehrspahn-js a sea ior studertt in animal hiisBahdf at the.univesrity of Sotith Dakota. ' t , Joins Air Force , knut Oppedahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl,' Sr., wafi sworn into the UnitedjStates Air Force Saturday at Ft. Bridge; loyd Cooper, Hurriboldt, ' a grandson of Mrs. Essie* Cooper, was. also one of the group. The boys left by train for 1/ackland A.F.B. near v San An- onlo, Texas for their first .five weeks of basic trainirig. Mrs. Ray P e n t i e o who a patient at Lutheran hospital Ft. Dodge is improving. • Mr. and Mrs. H&rrnan Kramer West fiend and M>. and Mike Coyle were Sunday dinner -Itrthfe Ray, .Telfords. Af* .^re'Mrs, Mary and Wins Honors At iSwtea dity May 21 the Riv- erdjile Rustlers 'Unit I attended Rally' Day, The girls that best fecited the. "Gauntry Girl's Creed" ffbffl the junto*, intermediate and Senior divisions, ft* ceived a cefsa'ge. Connie Bbr* manft won first; iri the juntof" dass, Kristine Plathe and Mary Alma O'Brien received honorable? mention. • • • ," / Ruth Anft 'Klein, presidfritj gave the roll call, The Rivet-dale Rustlers tfnlt 1 had the privilege 'ef- initiating .the--hoft6tary mem- bef which wn's, M>^ fithel Cham* ' ' SALES B66K9, register tick* fg|$ffrfcttfbeft8, addfe* and cash fefeiste foils at the Upp« £0 eomfortabte JUST & HbURS AWAY OR LESS... Enjoy a Mlnne«dla vacalldn this yeaf. Stay at J th« first "full size" fesdrt area ooirtb nbrtK an. . Hi-Way /71. Lots 6( Wohdartul places (a May. , •tillable for any family on any budflst. SwlftK • „ mine, boatino arid the fishing's oreat , , , ilftfp !• ki- - ' * ' ' Write today for an association tolor-br6Churtt or better yet, why not as*r for one At 'Ma offlct of this newspaper. • l Kondl/ohl County tn'W«it Central Mlnh«lold ' Splttr, Minnesota , ( Dear Sirs! Please Send me your resort folder, Noma Adefrtii. _i.T<Jwrt_ fabulous MOORE BUSINESS FORMS., All sizes. Upner Des Moines Of- i fice-Supply Dept., Phone CY 1535, Algona. Shower of Shirt Specials for fathers' day, Sunday, June 18 sggm Citizenship Award David Rasmussen, Burt senior Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell Judy, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Atwood, Sherman, Texas, art leaving early Wednesday morning for Eagle Lake, Ontario, Canada, where they will enjoy ten dnys of fishing. Keith Mitchell left Monday orning for Des Moines. He plans to work with his brother. Gorman, during the summer months. Betty Bea Christensen, Tulsa, Okla. is enjoying a week's vacation with her parents, the: James Christensens. Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen, Burt and Betty Bea of Tulsa attended graduation exercises at Iowa State University at Ames Saturday. Their son and brother, David, received a bachelor of science degree in mechanic£»l, engineering. David has enlisted for a 3-year period of service with the United States Marines and leaves June 12 for San Diego, Calif, to begin his training. Elsie Lockwood and Beth Miller took Pat and Mary Tostenrud to their home in Royal on Friday afternoon. Pat and Mary had been staying with Mrs. Lockwood until the end of the school year. ••••••••••••••••£ HOME LOANS - Low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal and interest plus your taxes and property insurance can be combined into one easy, payment like rent. Come see us before you build or buy. Perhaps your present payments are too high? MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - See your material dealer or contrdctor, our Association has a very special plan for handling loans to help you. Write or call on Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n ALGONA (Since 1917) IOWA Savings & Investments — Accounts Insured to $10.000 BYF. §. L. I. C. Making your city a better place to live, work and raise a family- the result of a GROWING Savings and Loan business I short-s dress shirts knit sport shirts ON SALE THE DRESS SHIRTS... handsomely tailored sbSaoffine wash 'L wear fabrics.,. premium broadcloth, whisper-weight batiste, open- air-weaves! Cool white short sleeve styles in convertible, spread and button-down collar types. Permanent collar stays. Sizes •"" "" THE KNIT SHIRTS... keep you cool and comfortable through hbt weather. Several handsome styles in soft cotton. Fashion collars in plain knits. Regular -collars in colorful striped patterns. Many colors a aJzgueaaltmedium, jarge. Big special purchase value! ' Chevrolet Brookwood 4-Door 6-Passenger Station Wagon Chevy's got more ways to pack fun into your life! The climate couldn't be better for packing up and going places in a new Chevrolet And you'll find a whole slew of models at your Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center specially designed to make the packing almost as easy as the going. Six easier loading Jet-smooth Chevrolet station wagons, including the lowest priced full-size 4-door model in the land. Nimble new Corvair Lakewoods, only wagons with cargo space in the rear plus a lockable trunk up front Spacious, sure-footed Greenbrier Sports Wagons, with up to twice the room of regular station wagons. Even versatile, easy-riding Chevrolet trucks that are just as handy with playloads as they are with payloads. Your Chevrolet dealer's is the place to do your picking—and right now is the time when the picking is really good! Suburban CarryaS Here's a work-and-play Chevy that combines a station wagon look and ride with truck-built ruggedness to pack people and gear over rough going. Chevy Corvair Lakewood TOO Static* Waytm You get a two-way toter in this new Lakewood (* handy trunk up front and 58 at, ft. in back with «e«4 down). Plus Corvair's wooderfally easy handling! 108 SOUTH HALL Seefanew Chevrolet* at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer'9 One-Slop Shopping Center KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY AIGONA, IOWA CY <M554 men's DECK PANTS DAD PLEASERS SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICED For leisure time at home or away. Hop belt favorite in sanforized cotton or black with contrasting trim on outseam. Piz^g 28-38. cool, •aty-cor* walking fhortf No-pleat adjustable waist or belt-loop models. Easy-care cottons in ass't plaids, Bolida, 2.98 sport shirts OUTSTANDING GIFT BUrS AT Deafened to keep you comfortable and their neat good looks even on the -* dajni! Easy-care drip^nr ^rael, \ fabrics need no (190%. Meticulous!/ *eypenfflve4oo.t" detailing. ' • ~ Dad s«v«ral pairs of fummor S&t IOW PRICED

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