The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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Velma Meyer Of LakofaWeds Arlo Dorenbush '* ef e united in evening in a «* ,» ^tighter orv Mr. , Mr 5- Wm. Meyer and! Arlo the soh of Mr. and Mfs. John " ., ii —- -«"v*= wfi'ti Mr. and ..Mrs. Kenneth Aukes:, '/•',* : f ''/The bride wore a pink silk organza street-length dress.. .The bride carried a • bouquet of red -roses and allies of the valley. Their wedding trip was to Claremont, S. D. They Will'make their home at Boone. •' /ScouJi Ingpecled Uniform ; and , appearance in- :,SDection was held at the meeting ,. • of the Boy Scouts Monday 'eve'. ning; at the City Hall. Inspector's were:James Meurer, Martin Becker and Harold Koppen. Only one Scout, Bruce Meur- \er, had a perfect • score .of 100.%. ; The inspection .included the t general .appearance, of the boy •'(good posture, clean face and ','hands, hair combed, neatly dress- 'ed, 'clean fingernails), also the '•appearance of his clothing, ano ;ihsignia inspection to see if all :boys had their insignia attached correctly. . • Waited ' " , ** . the American Legiofi. , Auxiliary met Moriday: evening at the Legion hall. Mrs, j*aul 'Kollflsch gave a tallt'p!ldctidh ctf 6fficers was , held w ith 'Mrs.' Rbbert Thompson bejng re-elected pres* Ident Mf S . Paul ftbllasch re. elected,secretary, and Mrs. Jamd Meurer re*eleetecJ historian. New officers .elected Were Mrs, Stan* ley Stecker, vice president; Mrs, Jerry , Heetldfld, . treasurer,' Mrs. Vlndent Miller, Sgt.-!at*Armg and Mrs. Robert Stenzel as chatjlain. The officers will be installed in July. Hostesses; were Mrs. Robert Thompson rind Mrs. Fannie Schaumberg of EJmore. , T Gaifden Club Met The Lakota Blue Jays dard'eh Club met Monday at the home of Vera and Viola Huettner. A letter'of thanks was,read from Mrs. Wilma Fairbanks from the Wilfair Rest Home iat Burt> :hanking the juniors for the May baskets, June 21 was the day selected,to go on tour of Union Slough. The hostesses served lunch. Aiiline Position Donna M. Hertzke, daughter of .jr. and Mrs. Maynard Hertzke, jakota, has been assigned to the >ositjon of reservations agent for the 'Northwest-Orient Airlines. She will be stationed in Minneapolis. .'.'..' ' .,•": Miss Hertzke attended Lakota high-school. She had completed the Weaver Airline Personnel School's -extension course and was attending the resident school in Kansas City when selected for the position. Mr.- and Mrs. Earl Haas of El- mofe \were Tue&cky t*venlng vis'at the .Elmer Haas home. The Mary and Esther group of St. Paul's Lutheran Church Women met Tuesday evening and Wednesday afternoon. Has tesses for the Mary group were Avis Weringa t Irene Peterson Marten Enneberg, Agnes Thomp' Son. Devotions were given by Mabel Clabaugh. Topic was given, by Nofma Rieffer, .Lillian Aukes played the organ solo Hostesses for the Esther group were Martha Wallentlne, Kath- *yn Goetz, Lois Miller, Tressie Thompson gave devotions and Margaret Steenhard • pave the topic. Lillian • Aukes played an organ solo. The Daily Vacation Bible school picnic for St, Paul's was leld June 0 at'noon. The senior confirmation mothers prepared he pot-luck dinner and the jun- or confirmation mothers were on cleanup. Certificates were presented to the pupils and to the eachers and helpers. Gifts of ap- >reciation 'also were given to the teachers arid helpers. Luther League met Sunday evening, Servers were Lynn Hertzke, Duane Sheldahl and Jerald Hertzke, Lynn Hertzke was in charge of the devotional period and Arnold Sachs gave the topic. The July meeting will be July 11 and the annual homemade ice-creani social will be July 1^ at the parish hall. Tuesday evening guests for a picnic supper at the James Meurer horn.e honoring Jan on her tenth birthday were Glenda Hertzke, Patricia Lewis and Jane Blome. ' Mrs.. P. C. Geilenfeld, Paul and Gary attended the wedding June 3 of Mrs. Geilenfeld's niece, Peg- gy Lee Johnsoft and Allen vid Sell of Tripoli. The wedding was at the Little Brown Chufcn ih Nashua. ...-.' •.-;'-• Lorraine Christ, '-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Christ, wa'S confirmed at Bethlehem Lutheran church at Buffalo Center Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bishop 6f Cedar Rapids, Mr, and Mrs, Vir> gil Wells of Blue Earth, Minn.i Mr, and Mrs. Walter Christ and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christ, Mrs. Signe Nelson and Linda Spear. They were all dinner guests at the Alfred Christs. Afternoon, callers at ( the Christ home were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Patterson and family of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Christ-and family of Lake Mills. Engagement Of Sheila Hansen Announced Here We Ekterid Our Best Wishes To The Members Of The oh' their beautiful new church " ! ' THE 1 NEW OFFICE EQUIPMENT IN PASTOR'S STUDY J -I SUPPLIED BY na Upper Des Moines ' i'-f- ;•/•'- -.*v' -• ^[•'•'..' "''..''NV" '-j" "i*«* ' • S f'.T /•>•*•-*' ••«•'• '. L«. ., * , . -' 'L.- .' - I Commercial Printing Office; School Supplies PHONE CY 4-3535 L\ .vwvvwv We Are Genuinely Proud of the New PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH and the part we had in the construction... CONGRATULATIONS TO Plumbing & Heating | S Uiurffii lowq Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Hansen, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage, Sept. 9, of their daughter, Sheila Ann, shown here, to C. Richard Tippin, Mason City, son of Mrs. Theodore De Coursey. Webster City. Miss Hansen is a graduate of Algona high school and Iowa Methodist School 01. Nursing, Des Moines, and is presently employed at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr. Tippiit is a graduate of "Webster City high' school -and is employed at Mason City. (UDM Engraving) Marilyn Peglow Of Algona Is WedJunelO Marilyn Kay Peglow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peglow of Irvington became the bride of William J. English, son of Harold English, Saturday, June 10, in St. Denis church, Chicago. The bride was attired in gown of white organza over taf feta. The bodice and the skir were detailed with appliques o Alencpn lace and seed pearls Her tiered illusion veil fell from a'pearl tiara. She carried an or chid and carnation bouquet am her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, gift from the groom. Kathy English, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid and Torr Joyce was best man. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels, Der Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peglow, Harvey and Jon, Irvington and Mrs. Donald Petersen, Graettinger. After a short trip, the coupU will reside at Chicago. STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. CAU US Ft ... DEPENDABLE I*. SERVICE PHOTOFACT EQUIPPED ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN We understand your set best because we're fully equipped with a SAMS PHOTOFACT Service Pata Library—the wvW's finest. We have tj* complete manual witk tun M> formation on the ctrcoitm, adjustments, and proper replacement parts covering tfa* wry $e< yw ownl • Quick, Expert Rep* * Guaranteed Reptaceae* Parts t Reasonable Cost s Ask to see the PHOTOFACT Folder covering yew wy own set. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE PT 4-3613 Bctncorft Couple WedJunelO Darlene Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simmons, and Patrick Sheridan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan, nil of Bancroft, were united in marriage in St. John's Catholic church there Saturday, June 10, at 9:30 a.m. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a White silk gown >and net veil. Attendants were Becky Becker and Louise Garry, bridesmaids, and Tpm Sheridan and Richard Simmon*, groomsmen. A reception was held following the ceremony in the VFW hall at Algona. The newlyweds will reside in Texas' where the bridegroom is stationed in the army. Thank You Note The Algona National Guard Unit received a letter of thanks this week from Helen Ingham Farnsworth, daughter of the last remaining member of the Ingham family which resided here m'any years ago, thanking them for naming the local armory William H. Ingham after her grandfather. Mrs. Karnsworth resides at Long Beach, Cal. with her mother, a daughter of Oapt. . Ingham. The local unit sent a birthday card and photo of the members of the unit to Mrs. . • ACORTS Air-Condition One Room This Summer 1 KEEP COOL AND COMFORTABLE - See or Call Your Algona Electric Appliance Dealer Now. Algona Municipal Utilities ccntly and the letter came as a result. thuMday, Jung M, 1961 Algona (Id.) Upper De> PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER IMPORTANT TIPS... Designed To Help YOU j Save Money! Here are a few suggestions that could pay off in a big way during the months that follow: LEAVE YOUR GAS FURNACE PILOT LIGHTED THIS SUMMER. MOVE YOUR THERMOSTAT SETTING TO THE LOWEST POSITION. HAVE YOUR FURNACE CHECKED THIS SUMMER - BY OUR SERVICE MEN OR A LOCAL HEATING CONTRACTOR. The advantages to YOU are many: THE SMALL AMOUNT OF HEAT FROM THE PILOT REDUCES CORROSION, PREVENTS EXCESSIVE RUST AND THEREFORE PROMOTES LONGER LIFE OF YOUR HEATING UNIT. HEAT IS AVAILABLE AT ONCE DURING DAMP AND COLD SUMMER NIGHTS AND DURING CHANGEABLE FALL AND SPRING MONTHS WHEN CHILLY DAYS ARE FREQUENT. A THOROUGH INSPECTION CAN BE MADE WHEN THE FURNACE IS NOT IN OPERATION, ADJUSTMENTS AND SMALL REPAIRS CAN BE MADE TO PROMOTE LONGER AND MORE EFFICIENT SERVICE FROM YOUR HEATING PLANT. AVOID LIGHTING CHARGES WHICH WILL BE MADE FOR ALL RELIGHTING SERVICES. So Leave Your Furnace Pilot Lighted .... The Dividends Are Many. , North Central Public S0ryj<& Co; 1 109 S. Harlan "Your GAS Company" Algona' 22-INCH SWATH-CUT PREMIUM QUALITY POWER MOWER ' ', • •ii'inlii i .' .<-,,,.. >~m > i , t -T ( ,, • POWER BY IXIDE • FINISH BY DU PONT • TIRES BY FIRESTONE No aai . , , No oil ... No dragging wire* , . . A powerful battery deilgned for jet- age aircraft »oppll«» qylef powor to mow 10,000 )K|. ft. of laWn on a jingle charge. To r«chorg», limply plug Into anx con- V«nI«n»,OUtlBt oVBrnlghr. About 2^(? worth «l«ctr|«lly recharges moWer campljitalyi Hoavy ^uty chqrger comei wjth mower at no exfra ?o«f. Will even recharge your car battery, Saf* key starter. Trim* right up »o walk* and ihrup». Free leaf mulcher. Balj bearing wheel*. BATTfRY POyyiRfP ROTARY SEE IT ON DISPLAY! NOW AT * ' I

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