The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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; ,. >ia * V?** *****" - . aTlu WAI ***ajiivf~ :--•-' returned from a fishing triti to Red Lake, Catiadn. Mtt, James Baker entertained ten girl* Saturday in honor of nor daughter, Sherrlc's twelfth birthday. ' Kathleen Devine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ChUek Devirie. had a tonsilectomy last Week at St. Ann hospital. United Presbyterian Women are having their general meeting, a dessert luncheon, today (Thursday) at the church. ' Mrs. Josephine • Kiecker and' Mrs. Bea Baldwin left Wedncs* day for a vacation in Minneapolis and other Minnesbta points. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heimet and Shirley, Limja and Judy left Saturday for'a Vacation at Dner Lake, Min'n. ,and. other poiiits in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond were in Iowa City over the weekend, where, they attended com-- mericement exercises in which the former's brother was graduated from the State University'. !. ' Jeanelte ,; B justrom i and - Joyce Huehhold'entertained 'at a '.'Dres* ser top'' bridal shower forj Judy Strahorn ;of 'IowafFalls,* Sattir- day evening ; . at : 'the BjUstrom home. Miss Strahorn, : daughter of forrrter Algonans,] Mr. ; and 'Mrs. Kenneth StrahOim, will be married. Saturday at' Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mr*, fiugdne Huf chins and Richard imd Bucky Buchan* ah have left on a vacation trip to California. Dr. and Mrs. L, I. Strohman •are the parent^ 6f a son born" Saturday at St. Ann hospital. They also have another son. , Mr," and Mrs. Harold Smith were Visited Sunday by the former's niece, Beverly Rlchter of Titonka who left the next day for a European student tour. , Mr. and Mrs, Tom (Bud) Halpin and Mike' and ' Denny of Boohe spent a couple, of days of last week here with the for• mer's mother Mrs. Leota Halpiri, Mrs, Fred Kent, Sr., Mrs. W. P, French, Mrs. A. M, Quintard, and Mrs. 'Fred, "Kent, Jr., were hostesses at a brunch 'Tuesday morning at • the Algona Country ClUb. ./ , : Mr. and Mrs; .*•«. S. Blossom had as y -.their • wfeek^nd- , guests their •" sori-iri-law > and / daughter, Mr. j and Mrs.; Sigurd -iFardahl of Fbrdst •City; Mr.' Fardahl! played in the' golf; tournament "at the Country Club Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs.; Chester Schouien ha^e, returned' to their home in Keokuk after , a week's visit with their spn-in-l?iw and daughter, Mr; and Mrs. 1 Don 1 Ferris. TheV came for commencement in which their granddaughter, Char- 1'ehe LaBarre was a graduate. filefey Bean, infant son of Mr. aftd Mrs, Wayrle E. Meyer, was baptized Sunday nl SI. Cecelia's Catholic Church. v M«, 'Leota Halpin has receiv ed word that her grandson, Bob Webster of Red Bluff, Calif, has left for Sweden where he will spend the summer .as a foreign exchange student. Bob's rnothei is. the former Ida Halpin artd he was born in Algona. .: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton has.- as their guests the la'tter's /brtother-in-law and ' sister, Mr. arid' Mrs. Bill Crosby, Bill, Jr., Ellen >and Joe from Thursday to Sunday^ Mr. Crosby is mayor ,of MarshialltoWn and 'attended 'Governor's Day here Friday. ' Ruth circle of the Presbyterian church met Tuesday e'vening» at the home of Mrs. Warren Nelson. Mrs. Richard Mawdsley and Mrs. Stanley Sorenson were co- hostesses; Mrs, Harley Troutman, Jr. gaye the program and Mrs. James Walker, devotions. Carol Adams,/Audrey Frye, Elizabeth ' Post, Rosetta Johannsen, Bernadine Allen, Nellie Van Allen, Esther Benson, Myra Ostrum, Esther Helberg, Atha Hardgrove and Bea Lynk attended a district convention of the Royal Neighbor lodge at Armstrong June 5. The Algona lodge, had charge or the memorial services in the evening; Carol Adams and Beia Lynk were hon-, 6red oracle J and recorder; and Ann Harvey, Elsie Hudson, Evelyn 1 Hunt and : Bea Lynk were Algona members receiving district awards for R. N. A. insurance. ' ' IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Air Condition OneRoom This Summer! , • | i • •••• See Your Algona Electric Appliance Dealer Now — See How Little It Costs. ' ' ' , ALGONA Municipal Utilities . "AMU MEANS YOU OWN IT" GENERAL NOTICE! TO DESTROY WEEDS Notice is hereby given this 15th day of June, 196! pursuant to laws of Iowa, to all owners, occupants, agents, and public officials in charge of lands in Kossuth County, Iowa, that noxious weeds standing, being or growing on such lands shall be destroyed or eradicated by effective cutting, tillage, cropping, pasturing, or treating with chemicals or other effective methods, or combinations thereof, approved, by the local weed inspector, by June 15, 1961, an'd as pften as may be required thereafter to prevent weeds from blooming and maturing seeds. Upon failure to observe this notice the .local weed inspector is required to proceed pursuant to the law and have the weeds destroyed by such methods as he finds necessary, the expenses of which shall constitute a lien and be entered as a tax against the land, and be collected as other real estate taxes are collected, or by other means as provided by law. The Board of County Supervisors ask your cooperation in this weed control The Board of County Supervisors ask you cooperation in this weed control problem: John Rode, Chairman, R. A. Harvey, County Weed Commissioner. For methods of controlling noxious weeds, see your County Agent, township, municipal, or county weed Inspector. Sandra Phillips Weds 8WEA CtTY ' Twelve members of the locnl chapter of the Future Farmers of America and their advisor and four chaperones returned Monday evening from a week of fishing and cnmplng nt Clear Water Lake, Ontario. Boys going were Maurice Carr, Jim Grabinowski, Donald Miller, Keith and Gary Waterbury, Luverne Wiskus, Myron Hurlburt, Richard Blair, Terry Johnson, Chuck Thursday, June 15, 1941 Algona (la.) Upper De« Mdfne*-3 Heiclenwith, Ronnie Linde and Alan Mnthcr. They were accompanied by Clifford VanBerkum, advisor, Marlyn Johnson, Dick Hade, Lorimor Bjorklund' nnd Bruce Ivorson. Linda Wcbnr was chosen by the Swea City band ns Miss Svvea City to nltond the North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City Juno 13. Miss Weber is a senior and daughter of DM-and Mrs. R. E. Weber of Bancroft. She .has been active in band and vcfcal music activities, was a crieer- iMdor nnsl homecoming 'attehd- ant. as well as being in class plays, taken part in the slate music and speech contest, been on the nnuiial and paper staff and in the Camera Club. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Sandra Phillips, daughter of Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips, Algona. and Tom Zweifel, Fairmont, son of Mr and 1 Mrs Henry Zweifel, Algona, were married in the Trinity Lutheran church here May 28. Rev. G. =J. Gerike officiated. Both newlyweds are graduates of Algona high school and Miss Phillips attended the -University of Iowa. She had been employed at Druggists Mutual here. Mr. Zweifel is employed by the Sherwin- Williams Co. at Fairmont. A complete wedding story appeared .earlier in the UDM, (Nells Isaacson Photo-UDM Engraving) Pam Weisbrod Bridal Shower Fenton — Pamela Weisbrod was honored at a bridal shower Friday evening in the Fenton Methodist .•• church parlors. Miss Judy Eigler was in charge'of'the guest book. Mrs. Richard Stucki presented the prpgranv which consisted of two piano selections by Ardith Walker, a humorous reading by Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, a skit presented by the .Fenton Woman's club land introduced' by Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and vocal solos by Mrs. Helena Dodds 'and her daughter Susie. After the program Pam opened her many beautiful gifts. She was assisted by her sister Nadine, Susan Hantelman and Judy Voigt. A delicious lunch was then, served by the hostesses. Miss Weisbrod and A/2c Garry Bleckwenn will be married June 25 at the Fenton .Methodist church. Zumach Infant i "i ... . ; Baptised Sunday Fenton — Baby Lori Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zumach, was baptised Sunday at the Depew Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Koenck were Lori's sponsors. Guests for dinner following church were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Koenck and son, Mr. and Mrs. William DeWall and Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zumach and family and Mrs. Merwin Hurlburt and family. Class '50 Has Fenton Reunion Fenion — Sunday, June 4, the Lone Rock class of 1950 held a picnic reunion in the Fenton park. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and family all of Lone Rock. Roger Bill Flaig of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jensen of Hackensack, Minnesota, Mrs. Verda- Dell (Behrends) Pruitt and family, Mrs. Delores (Marlow) Toller and daughter of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James. Mrs. ' Voigt was a teacher of the group. Mrs. Pru- StaroftBe savings set cv 4 fireball for go, i**« got toning way»on gat! Too maneuver like the smaller can... save on oil, tires, upkeep. Out on the highway you gol The Specie's 155 h.p. aluminum Fireball V-8 gives you double the' pow per pound of many compacts—yet rivals the compacts for gas sav- toffH What's DMM you enjoy the same typo Control Arm ride as full-size Buicks ... roomy § ,• i "?»| 0 rt . . , luxurious Buick interiors. facer Under most models iu the low-Diio* field! Take 4 spin today) BlUCK SPECIAL SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW . . . YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER IN ALQONA I*$ C H U L T Z B R OS , — SOUtH lufck P«P/er f« Doublo Vr itt's husband is in the service in Labrador and she left last week to join him there for three years. Trudy Huskamp is attending the Youth Congress of the North Iowa -Conference of the Methodist church at Clear Lake this week. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Walker and Eugene Huskamp, who wiU represent the Fenton Methodist congregation, will attend the Annual Conference at Grace Methodist church in Sioux City June is: , •.;, ;.'. Mrs. Robert Sewell and Ricky, Long Beach, California We visiting Mrs. Sewell's parents Mr. and Mrs. George. Jorgenson 1 , Sr. Rev. and Mrs;. C. C. Callahan spent Friday and Saturday visiting in the home of Mrs. Florence Behne. Rev. Oallahan performed the Fischer*Menz ceremony in Lone Rock on June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weiske, Paula and Kent, Cedar Rapids arrived Friday to visit in the : Frank McPall home. . They attended the Fischer-Menz. wedding in Lone Rock on Saturday and pn Monday.they, left fpr.a,,va- 'cation in. Minnesota and 'Wisconsin. j, Gerald Voigt left Monday for Ames to ;• attend an agricultural Credit school at Iowa State University. Mr. Voigt will complete a two year course which consisted of two weeks last yeai and two weeks this year. ; : Stanley Sieere and Warren Zimmerman of Alta Vista, Kansas were weekend guests in the Jerry Walte home. Mr. Zimmerman went to a wedding on Sunday in Milwaukee (and the young men returned to Kansas on Monday. Mr. Steere is a fellow student of Jerry's at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Kansias. A picnic was held in the Fenton park Sunday in honor 01 Mrs. Eugene Huskamp's birthday and Father's Day. Those present were the guest of honor Mrs. Huskamp, her husband, Eugene and daughter Trudy, Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borchardt and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James all of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. Sarah Geigel and Mrs. Katherine McMurray all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck! were dinner guests in the Richard Stucki home Sunday. The dinner was in honor of Marion Stucki's birthday. Edith Laage, who teaches retarded children at Elmwood school in Des Moines, is spending the summer with h,er sister- and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwartz, i St. John's Lutheran Laymens League and their families enjoyed a picnic supper Tuesday evening. Algona 4-H Club The Algona Dairy 4-H club and visited each of the member's The club met at'the Bode farm and visited each of the members farms and saw their projects. The projects this year included beef and dairy calves. The tour ended at Oall State park with a picnic enjoyed by all. Bible Class Ends Fenton — The Fenton Methodist Bible school had its last class June 9. The total enrollment was forty-four. SCHOOL Maple Hill school, near Armstrong is closing after 45 years. Records show that enrollment at the school some 35 years ago ran as high as 119 pupils, a very high enrollment for such a small school building. MOORE BUSINESS FORMS. All sizes. Upper Des Moines Office Supply jDept.. 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