The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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Lakofa Bride Shower Honoree An open house MW. Robert AriM- o 41 ? e Presbyterian ., , Harlan Kruse gave devotions. Caroline Groff plfyed 6 piano solo. Two readings were FXJLJP •&**<' P- A> Giitknecht. carmen, > Cook sang a solo, ac> compacted by Nancy Hurlburt. A reading was given by Mrs Earl Paulson. A .piano solo by Marilyn 'Rippentrop. She was assisted in opening her many gifts , by her sisters Marilyn and Corrlne. Sandra's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Tel- kttmp, pored at the tea table. •Hostesses were Mrs. O. M. Rippentrop, Mrs. Albert Rippentrop, Mrs George Ennen. Mrs. Ronald Heetland, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mrs. Earl Thompson, Mrs. Elmer Paulson Mrs. Andrew Jensen, Mrs. Rob ert Rippentrop, Mrs. VernOn Smith and Mrs. Burdette Hoepp. ner. Mr. ,and Mrs. Alan Hiscocks of Des Moines spent the weekend at-the parental V. A. Barrett home. Lucille Larson, postmistress at Scarville, visited Mrs. Pearl Smith on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hertzke of Austin, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beener of Independence spent the wteekend at the par- YOU CAN PAY All YOUR BILLS AT YOUR CORNER MAIL "BOX WITH A. If you are planning , to build... We'll help all the way There never will be a better time to build q new homo than right now before the next building boom storts, But before you begin, let us give you the benefit of our years of ex* perience In new home building, We'll be glad to help yow pick the site, shpose the design best suited to your family, arrange the cor»« tracting, end we'll help you get the mpst fo^ 1 vorable financing, let us help oil the way, tRIEHQME SHYl'tt for homebuilding help to on ktndt of wvafher *•• hot or cold* •oin or ihtn*, you can pay all your bill* {• • • at youi comer man box, fuit a few •tept from your own front door . •. and at O oo«t LESS than atlnc; mon*y oxtUul, SERVICE CHARGE.\ NO CERTAIN BALANCE REQUIRED. OPEN ACCOUNT WITH ANY AMOUNT. KEEP ONLY ENOUGH IN BANK TO PAY\ CHECKS YOU WRITE,, "ISyOtf CAN MAKE YbUft^Af^TC. fJlpbsiTS BY MAlC> IOWA STATE BANK Your Partner In Progress Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .'•,:'. . Algona, Iowa ental Ray Hertzke home. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel and Sue attended the wedding of Sandra Slaba of Armstrong and Kevin Thoreson of Swea City at Armstrong Friday* evening. Sue had charge of the punch table. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel and Sue will leave the end of this week to spend front a hldfith to six weeks at their cottage at Spirit Lake. Colette Schissel of Minneapolis and Mr,' and Mrs. Joe Schissel will spend the July 4 weekend with the A. C. Schis- sels. Mrs. Edward Buckles of Boone accompanied by her sons Steven and Jim and her daughter Ann spent Monday at the,parental'W. E. Ley home. Mrs, W. E. Ley entertained the Birthday Group at her home Tuesday, honoring Mrs. Harry Mussman on her birthday. Others present were Mrs. .A. C. Schissel and Sue, Mrs. H. H. Murray and Mrs. W. D. Ley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perrin attended the wedding Saturday afternoon of Kenneth Jensen ana Joanne Hanson at Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stcenhard observed their 10th wedding anniversary Saturday and guests Sunday were -Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Koppen and Linda and Dale, Mrs. John Steehhard, and Edwin. Monday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reed and sons oi' Fort Dodge. Bonnie and Sharon Tietz of iHayward, Minn., spent last week visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz. Linda Tieman of Fenton spent Tuesday at the Tietz home. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner KELLEY LUMBER CO. °0gr Business Is Building" WXION ^ QTTOSIN - M6QNA Mrs. Alphons Berte entered St. Ann hospital in Algona Friday for medical aid. Mrs. Berte had been home convalescing two weeks following surgery at St. Ann when she re-entered. . Mr. and Mrs. John Thul, accompanied by Sister M. Magdlyn O.S.F. and Sister' M. Agnese O. S.F. returned here Wednesday, The Sisters had gone to Dubuque to attend retreat and Mr. and Mrs. Thul had visited with Mrs. Thul's sister, -Sister M. Amlilia O.S.F. at Mt. St. Francis Convent... . Mr. and Mrs.,Roman Gales and family from Sycamore, 111., spent the weekend with Roman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.'J. Gales and family. Mr. and Mrs.'Jde Vollmer, f ron, Bancroft were Thursday visitors with Mrs. Vollmer's mother, Mrs. Rosa Stattelmann. Sister M. Salome O.S.F. and Sister M. Clarissa O.S.F., from Dubuque visited this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Freilinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Evanston were given a surprise housewarming Sunday when neighbors gathered for a social afternoon and a picnic pot luck supper. •Mr. and Mrs. Evanston recently moved from Humboldt to a house on the Kohlhaas farm northoasi of St. Joe, and Ronald is employed with the local Becker Construction Co. They were presented a card table from their neighbors. Mrs. Alphons Berte entertained her 5UJ club Thursday with ^uzabeth Berte and Mrs. Peter Keding as guests. Receiving prizes wore Mrs. John B. Reding, Mrs. E. J. (Jales and Mrs. William B. IX-vine. Mrs. Willie Thilges entertain ed her 000 club Thursday evening. Receiving prizes were Mrs. muunce Ktamg, Mrs. Harold Thilges und Mrs. Cletus Salz. Catherine Hilbert will be hon orcd at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph hall Sunday, July 2 at 1:30 with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss Hilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kiunk Hubert, will be the bride of Jerry Krischcl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krischel of Havelock St. Joseph's church July 8. Bonnie Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker of Wesley, is visiting here in the home of«her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kramer and family. SENECA NEWS Seneca Church Women The Blakjer Lutheran Church Women mot at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mesdames Melvin Braitrud and Elmer Krause as hostesses. Mrs, Ted Jensen had charge of devotions and presented the Bible study. Mrs. Fred Johannesen presented the Cause of the Month, which was "Youth". Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn, Shirley and Larry, aJso Sharon Hanson of GraeUingcr and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson, Jr. of Fairmont, attended a family reunion at a Rock Rapids park Hast Sunday. Mrs. Cecil Baldwin observed a birthday anniversary Friday af- lernoou, June 16 by having neighbors and friends in for Enr joying the courtesy were Mrs. Art Paulson of Lone Rock, Mi's. Lester Osborn, Mrs. Oscar Petterson, Mrs. Clarence Men*, Mrs. Robert Lynch and children, Mrs. C. O. Bailey and Kathy Men-ill, Mrs. Jake Nelson, Algonu, Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr. Mrs. Ted Jensen and M»'§- kyte fiofitewl- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kauffmaii, daughters Pamela and Peggy left Tuesday for Salt Lake City, where they will attend their son, Delberts, wedding. Also going from ,this area were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Osb&rn and family of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Swenson and family from Rad- clifi. Larry Fox has been hospitalized and has been confined to his home wM an infection tfn his face. LONE ROCK By Mrs Darryl Householder Mr. tfnd Mrs..Everett Hanna attended dedication . services ai the new Presbyterian church in Algona Sunday. Mr. and_ Mrs. Art Person were Sunday supper guests in the Ear Eichhorri home in Elmore. Mr and Mrs. Gerald Soderberg i and family of Bancroft 1 were also guests. The group celebrated the birthdays s of Mr. Eichhorn and Cindy Soderburg.' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Earing. Kenneth, Denise and Rhoda of Shell Beach,' Cal,'are visiting for a few weeks in the home of Mrs. Amanda Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. -Walter Thompson, Alex Donovan and Neva Thompson visited in the Clarence Schendel home in Ames Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Lichter and daughter Mary Jo, of Algona were dinner guests in the Neva Thompson home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Decker and son were Sunday dinner guests .in the Darryl Householder home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson 'of Clarion and Neva Thompson were Sunday dinner guests in the Walter Thompson home. Lyle and Linda Thompson visited during the weekend in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson'. Alex Donovan of Ferndale, Wash., is spending a few days in the Walter Thompson, Ralph Thompson and the Neva Thompson homes. ': Nellie Miller of Wykpff, Minn, is, spending a few days in the home of i Mr. and Mrs..'Wallace McArthur. • Mr. and Mrs. Garryl Householder attended the weddirlg of a cousin bf Mrs. Householder, Al Olsen to Lois Engle at Crawfordsville. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kneedler of Mason City were Sunday callers in the Donald Kneedler home. ;,• Donald Kneedler is attending a four-week course of the North-western Bell Telephone Company at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and family spent the weekend in the Arnold Kuecker home in Minneapolis. Mrs. Alice Bierle is visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Bessie Householder at Postville. ' Mr. a'nd Mrs. Benjamin Meyer were Saturday supper guests in the Clarence Kraft home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson of Clarion were Sunday evening callers in the Jack Quinn homte' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and Janet of Cowrie were callers in the Charles Morris home. Mr. and ( Mrs. Clinton Rath attended the Rexroat family reunion at Eagle Grove Sunday.' Mrs. Everett Ilanna visited Friday afternoon in the Mrs. Mar- gurile Gardner home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman of Algona to attend .a family dinner at the Earl Bowman, Jr. home at Dodge Center, Minn. Marlys Radig spent the weekend in the parental Donald Radig home. Miss Radig is employed in 'Dos Moines. Mr. and Mrs, Ortwin Ticlz were recent callers in the John Gramenz home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Jane enjoyed a picnic together Sunday at the lakes. County Cancer Fund Drive Within S150 Of Its Quota The Kossuth County Cancer drive is nearing is close' and is within less than $150 of its state quota, part of $700,000 being raised in Iowa. The Kossuth county quota is $6,580. Angus Cotton, Lone Rock, is in charge of the drive which includes 520 volunteer workers in the 28 townships and 14 towns of the county. Those assisting in planning and carrying out the crusade in addtion to the volunteer workers were Mrs. Phillip Diamond, program chairman; Mrs. Harriet Lynch, memorials chairman; and Mrs. A. M. Quin tard, chaper chairman, all of Algona. Any additional checks toward the fund may be sent and- made out to the Kossuth County Caa cer Fund, % Angus Cotton, Lont Rock. A living memorial may be established at any time b> contacting Mrs. Harriet Lynch Algona or Mr. Cotton. Township and Chairman Buffalo — Mrs. Henry Orthel, $130.51. Burt — Mrs. Russell Patterson (East), $49.00. Mrs. Dale Schroeder (West), $58.40. Cresco — Mrs. Jerry Haas, $98. 50. Eagle — Mrs. Arnie Ostergaard, $56.00. Fenton — Mrs. Arthur Priebe. $143.65. Garfield — Mrs. -Harold Montag, $107.00. German — Mrs. Clarke Miller. $93.50. Grant — Mrs. Lars Skaar, $74. 12. . Greenwood — Mrs. Edgar Kollasch, Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, $85.50. Harrison — John Isder & John Zimmerman, $82.50. Mrs. Mildred Holland 'of Elk River, Minn, spent last week in the Ortwin Tietz home. Barbara Tomlinson, Carol Bollinger, Bonnie Geitzenauer, Joann Lufkin and JoAnn Dreyer enjoyed a picnic at Call park in Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen were weekend guests at the Don Ackerman home in -Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Bollinger and Marilyn attended the wedding '6f Pamela Weisbrod to Gary Bleckwenn at Fenton Sunday. Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Emma Hurlburt, Mrs. Ervin Wetzell and Neva Thompson gave Mrs. 'Glair Bollinger a surprise birthday coffee in her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Heetland and family of Fresno, Cal. were Monday guests in the Wilfred Radig home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended the wedding and reception of Dennis Lund and Kathryn Stevens at Swea • City. *. Duane Habegar, Berl Priebe and Gary of Algona and Paul Haase of Burt spent nine days fishing in Canada. Enroute home the . group attended the New York Yankee-Minnesota Twins baseball game in Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. Will Davis of Phoenix, Ariz, is visiting in the Lawrence Dittmer home and with other relatives for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angus of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Will Davis, Phoenix, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Drown of Curlew, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angus of Burt attended the wedding ot Harold Angus, Jr. of Algona and Janice Wallace of Dclavan, Minn. at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person and John were Sunday guests in the Tom Trenary home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sehultz and Mr. and Mrs. Chot Alme oi Ottosen were Sunday callers in the Maude Blanchard home. Hebron — Elmer Schafferj. $85.00. Irvington — Mrs. Wilbur Ruhnke, $63.50. Lincoln — Mrs, Lyle Patterson, $88.00. Lotts Creek — Mrs* George Winkel, Mrs. Will Lauck, $108.80. LuVerne —,Mrs. John Voss, Jr. $90.85. Plum Creek — Mrs. Ronala Gardner, $67.75. Portland — Mrs. Frank Becker, $98.50. Prairie — Mrs. Albert Johnson, $62.80. Ramsey — Mrs. C. • C. Inman, $65.50. Riverdale — Mrs. Eugene KoJ lasch, $120.00, Seneca — Mrs. Chris Dahl, $92. Sherman — Mrs. Alvln Weber, $105.00. , Springfield — Melvin Logeman, $66.50. Swea — Mrs. Elvin Swanson, $117.00. Union — Mrs. Herman Thilges, $91.75. Wesley — Mrs. Chas. Nygaard, $34.50. -Whittembre — Mrs. James Beach, $108.80. Towns Bancroft — Mrs. Joe Kramer, $208.43. Burt — Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman, $156.00. Fenton — Mrs. Ray Stoeber, $140.90. Lakota — Jerry McMullen, $105.00. Ledyard— Legion Auxiliary, (Ruth Simonsmeier) $41.35. LuVerne — Mrs. Jon Nelson and Verlaine Johnson, $151.00. Lone Rock — Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, $102.15. Sexton — $10.00. St. Benedict — $15.00. Swea City — American Legion (Greg Deim), $400.28. Titonka — Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher, $189.93. Wesley — Mrs. Paul Erdman, $115.00. Whittemore — Mrs. Elmer Steier, $201.10. Algona — UNITED FUNP, $800.00. Thumtoy, Jun> 29, 1961 Algona (la.) ft* Mr. a«d Mm Elmer Dole re- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness ceived word Sunday of the arri- drove to Winithrop, Minfli, Frli val of a new grandson. He is' day to spend the day with the Stephen WlHiam, son of Mr. and Harry Felters. They report crofts Mrs. J. Bird, Iowa City. - ' -Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dltsworth and in that area severely damaged by a recent hail stoijm. Irvington Marguerite M.' Hayes Timmie Frankl is spending a few days at the Don Bormann home neiar LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schepp- mann and four sons, M Cajon, Cal., arrived June 23 at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmann, Algona. LeRoy has served more ithan 20 years in the U, S. Navy and expects to retire soon. BUY OF THE WEEK I HOT WEATHER COMING! MODEL MCA 117, 1 TON, 7>/a AMP. WESTINGHOUSE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER REGULAR PRICE $279.95, AND WINDOW KIT @ $12.95. OUR PRICE INSTALLED (While They Last) »_ . ' OTHER MODELS, SIZES TO MEET ANY NEEDS Beecher Lane Appliance CY 4-3613 Algona, Iowa Just Arrived- Big New Shipment of BLAST JACKETS ONLY SL95 at Diamond's "Jacket Headquarters of N.W. Iowa" We have Wayne programs for Calves and chicks foo. YOU CAN ON WAYNE for fast starts — top nutrition — economical programs — quality ingredients. Get More for Your Money with the TAIL CURLER PROGRAM. KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY 216 W. STATE CY 4-4206 • I QC •QUALITY COUNTS RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY 117 East State CY 4.2349 Algeria

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