The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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Raymond Kemna OfWhitfemore In New Post Whiliemore — Raynv&nd Kernna, son of. Mr. and Mts. Clarence Ketrma who farm southwest of , here, has accepted ejn ; electronics technician, post at -Med Tron- jcs, Inc., Minneapolis., He studied at Brown Institute in .Minneapolis and has a first jc^ass radio telephone operat6r's lictense and is in industrial electrdnics. Ha graduated from Presentation Academy in Whittemore 'with the class of 1956. < Al ISU Meetings Freshmen who will enroll at Iowa State 'University in -the fall are attending orientation sessions throughout the summer 'to per- 'mil them to take their aptiude and placement tests and to meet their faculty advisors. Attending. a meeting in the college of en-1 gineering was Earl Maafcs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs, and attending a meeting.In the college of agriculture was,"James Wed June 20, Whittemore Nichols, son'of Mr. Ralph Nichols. and Mrsl Uncle Passes ; ' Mr. and' Mrs. William Fandel Sr'.,'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel, Mrs. .George Streil and Loretta •and Marcella Fandel of Whittemore, and Mr. and,.Mrs. Alfred Semon and George Fandel, Sr. of Algona, attended the funeral of an uncle, Joseph Fandel, 80, at Ladysmith, Wise., Saturday. Thi. laller farmed Ihree' miles' west of here before moving lo ( Wisconsin 48 years ago. ' ' Back From Trip Major Mary Kain,; an Army nurse, currently stationed atiFprt Sam Houston In Texas, entertained Mary K. Loebach, BarbaVn Drone and her mother, Mrs. Fern, Drone, on ,a 6,000 mile journey through the west with their destination Portland, Oregon, to visit Dr. and Mrs. William Laidlaw pnd family. Mrs. Laidlaw is the former Eleanor Kain, sisler oi Mrs. Joe, Loebach, Mrs. Drone and Major Kain. Major Kain and Jennings Peterson a nephew.from Porlland, are visiting here twith relatives • and with Mary Kain, mother of Major Kain, Algona. Shower Honoree { A miscellaneous shower- wa? held in honor -of Jean Zumach in the Lutheran church parlors Thursday . evening. About«, • 120 women - attendee^ -Miss Zumach;. Ztrmach, Whittemore, and Crayie' Meyer,- son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, also of here,-will bo married Sunday evening, July 0, in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs Mr. and Mrs.* Elmer Maahs; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Paul -Potratz, : Eldota Maahs and Wilfred Schnieling o here, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Se bers of Algona, pleasantly., sur prised Mr. and Mrs. Franc Schwendemahn' Tuesday evenin on their. 25th wedding anniver sary at their home in Fort Dodge Mr. and -Mrs. Hugo Potratz an Mr. and, Mrs. Clarence Struecke of Fort. Dodge were also presen Mrs. John Corbett, £. N .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwi Heidenwith of Swea City, and niece of Arthur Heidenwith wa a caller at the ho'rne of her uncl and aunt Tuesday -in Whittemore Mr. and 1 Mrs. Arnold Baas o Jeffery, Minn., spent the week 'end at the home of the former 1 sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck. • "r. and Mrs. Elmer Sweet o Albert Lea spent the weeken at the home of Mr. and Mn Thomas Dunphy. Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur Heiden with and. Mrs. Dorothy Rosen dahl of here and Mr. and Mrs Ralph Sebers and daughter o Algona visited 'at the .home o Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker Sun day. , MK and, Mrs. Ellsworth Held enwith and son Lyle spent la: .Spirit Lake for la. week" . and .outing. . 89 YEARS .Henry Schell, a citizen of Wa verly since birth,- ; will leave af ter 89 years : of "residence there He owned a grocery store from 1,899 to- 1945. He is moving tc Fort Dodge. STGRAGF CABINETS, metal, x Upper Lies'Moines. ANNOUNCEMENT Regarding Rate Changes On Some Long Distance Calls Within Iowa Effective July 1, the; following changes were made In the application of rates to certain long distance call* within Iowa, For person-to-person calls, the initial three. minute rate is increased in varying amounts, depending on distance, from about 11 to 29 per cent over present day-time rates for thes« calls. ' The present discount on person -to -person calls after 6 P.M. and on Sundays and som« holidays is discontinued. Overtime charges for additional minutes of conversation .time beyond the initial period on both person-^o-person and station • to ^station calls is being computed to 'the nearest lower penny instead of the nearest lower nickel. Thii more precise method has become practicable through the use of electronic data processing equipment. There is no change in the basic three-minute rates for any station-to-station calls. Also there is no change in the basic three-minute rates for person-to-person .calls for distances up to 16 miles. Monthly rates for local telephone service remain unchanged. However, certain non-recurring service connection charges are changed. These changes are necessgry to meet continuously rising costs of operation. They *pply to those services for which the cost of provision is highest. For example, the cost of handling an average person- to-perion long distance call is about twice that of » station-to-station call. This accounts for the widening of the rate differential between these two classes of service. We believe these pricing changes hive been made on an equitable basis, If you have questions regarding any of them, we should appreciate your calling pur Business Wedding vows were spoken Tuesday, June 20, at 9:30 a.m. in St. .Michael's Catholic church Whittemore,. ( by Marguerite • Erpelding, Whittemore, and Frank Brcka, Garner. Father Philip Dailey performed the double ring ceremony.'Parents of the couple are Mr.' arid Mrs. John Erpelding Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs Edward Brcka, Garner. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Ed Tigges served as matron of honor. Gertrude Jakoubek • was bridesmaid. Raymond Brcka was bestman, Gerald Erpelding groomsman, and Francis Erpelding Tusha. ushers' were- and George After the cerempny, a dinner- reception for 150 guests was held at the Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore. Mrs. Martin Frideres and Mrs. Paul Tlach poured. Tht: cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. Leo Crowley of Armstrong was cut by Mrs.. Charles Tlach and Mrs. Paul Erpelding. Caroj Tlach registered the guests. Mrs Paul Haverly, Mrs. Gerald Erpelding and Mrs. Paul Young opened the gifts. A wedding dance was held that evening for relatives and friends at Duncan. '; i•*;/..- .-.>,.. The bride is a graduate :; of Presentation Academy, Whittemore. The groom is a graduate of Garner high school and is employed by Eyman Implement Company, Forest City. After a wedding trip the couple will make their home in Fores City. (Nels Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving) Gales received prtees, M>S. .toe Berle received the. door prize. Miss Hilbert will became the bride of Jerry tfrischel. son of Mr. and. Mrs. Louis Kriscihel 01 Havelock, Saturday, July 8 . at 9:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hilben of Fort Dodge are parents of a son born .June 29 in St. Joseph's hospital at Fort Dodge.. Cheryli Hilbert, .1-year old' daughter of Mr. tmd Mrs. Dennis Hubert,. is being cared for here by her paternal grandparents, Mr.- and Mrs. John Hilbert. Sunday afternoon visors in the Hilbeft hom<r Were Cheryll's maternal .grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Waiters from Dana. Barbara Triul from Minneapolis spent the-4th of July Vveekena with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Thul and family. > Mr. and Mrs. -Henry (Bud) Kutsch'ara and family'Were hosts Sunday at their 1 home to a Froehlich family gathering. The annual C.D.A. 'and K.C. family .picnic for St. Joseph's parish" is to be held Sunday noon, July 16 on St. Joseph's«grounds. All members and their families are invited to attend. Coffee, ice cream and Kool Aid will be furnished with families requested to bring food 'for their group and their own table service. Informal entertainment is planned for the afternoon by the committee in charge, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Friders, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beeson, Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. :. Delmer Plathe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding and Mr. and Mrs, John Geischecker. Seneca Stars Are Hosts At Mother's Tea Seneca The Seneca Stars Group To Have A NORTHWISTIRN HU TILIPHONB COMPANY Ottosen — American Lutheran church Women met Wednesday afternoon at the church parlort with Mrs. Bertha Jacobson an<' vlrs. John Vinaas as hostesses. Psalm I was read responsively vlrs. Roy Enockson was elected lUtheran Welfare contact per- on. July 11, several ladies wil ew at the Lutheran hospital. The primary class at Bible chool studied Moses. They relied the commandments in un- son and sang several songs, They were accompanied by Mrs. Rich rd Kinselh. Mrs! Bertha Jacob- on is their Sunday school am 1 Jible school teacher. Mrs. Earl Olson gave the les on. Mrs. Louis Jacobson's grouv ill have a bake sale at thr nayor's office Saturday, July 8 jeginning at one o'clock. Merle Holt and Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain atended tht Iowa District A.L.C. convention at Decorah Monday through Thursday. Gary Kinseth was nine years old Thursday, June 29. Evening guests to celebrate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mount O. Kinseth and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and Rhonda Mae of West Bend SWEA CITY NO. 2 feted .their mothers at a tea- June 27 at the Francis Sullivan home with Sylvia Sullivan as hostess The group voted to hold its locdj, achievement show August 1 ai the Seneca school at 7:30 p.m They also voted to hold their family picnic at Fairmont, Julj 16, with everyone bringing a picnic dinner. Due to the resignation of the club president, Alyce Petersen. Jolleea Mueller was elected to fill out her term of office. The group heard Mrs. Art Bergum tell of a judging school which she) had recently attended at Algona. I - : ! Refreshments were served by the hostess and .her mother; Mothers ^present... includes^ Mrs ( : Roy Mueller, Mrs. Ted'• Jensen' Mrs. Andrew Slefanski, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Francis Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre attended the wedding of lh,e for mer's cousin, Maxine Hudson arid Glen Reeves of Graettinger Friday night, June 23, at Graet linger. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft attended the funeral of the former's aunt, Mrs. Norman Pingle Monday at Ledyard. Mrs. Chlora Godfredsen of V-iirr"ont, Minn., was hostess tc the June Birthday club at her home Thursday. Enjoying the courtesy were four Senecans who along with the hostess had June birthdays. They were Mrs l Baldwin, Mrs. Lyle England, Mrs. Herbert Krause and rs. Melvin Madsen. Mrs. Lyle England entertained at a coffee Monday in observance of her birthday anniversary uests included Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs ecil Baldwin. Seneca Blakjer Lutherai? church women attending guesl day at St. Paul's Lutheran church al Ringsted included Mesdames Ole Pedersen, August Nelson. Chefland, .Tulian Chrrlanrj, Elmer Krauso, Henry Looft, Henry Jensen and Bcrthn Olsen Pay Assistance Benefits, June/ Totaling $27,076 In the month of June, Kossuth county, paid out a total of $27,076 in the four public assistance programs as follows: • Old Age Assistance — 229 cases totaling $18,900. Aid to Dependent Children — 53 cases with 207 persons, totaling $7,103, Aid to Blind — 7 cases totaling $786. Aid to Disabled —• 4 cases For Building or Modernizing. Miss Hilbert Of St. Joe Shower Honoree Sunday Si, J.P9 — Catherine Hilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert, was honored at a miscellaneous shower in St. Joseph's hall Sunday afternoon, with friends and relatives attending the courtesy. The gifl lable was cenlered wilh a bridal centerpiece with orchid and while slreamers and red ro?es on Ihe labl?. Catherine was assisted with her gifts by Connie Krischel and Mary Kay Shanley. The aflernoon was spent playing 500 and socially. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and, Mrs. Ray Here's BATHROOM EXCELLENCE by Kohler of Kohler Add beauty and vo/oo to ypMf home with durable, flnf quality Kohler fixtures. Time payments arranged. Sizes and ttylet to fit every preference and budget-*in fix colors and white. let ut help you plan your new bathroom, washroom or kitchen, CALL CY 4-4240 ALGQNA PLUMBING AND HEATING 31T/3 E. Nebrpska Algona, la. COULD YOU TAKE OVER MOTHER'S JOB FULL-TIME? If'you lose i Full-fliM Mother, you' must take over... or hire help to make a home for the children. Voli will have less time to earn end yet expenses may be greater. That's whyyoii should consider the protection offered This Is a policy for women only, to nelp provide needed cash if something happens to Mother. Ask also about •WCK.O.MATIC" . . . the way ta budget insurance through your bank. For Detalli—Call or S«i DON STARK 218 S.MOORE ALGONA, IOWA Phon CY 4-3351 totaling $207. Thufsrfoy, July 6, 1961 Mgona (la.) Upper Des MolnM-3 There were four now cases —— ; — opened and five cases closed dur- in e the month. You've Seen It Advertised CORDLESS ELECTRIC POWER MOWER No gas ... No oil ... No dragging wires . . . A powerful battery designed for jet-age aircraft supplies quiet power to mow 10,000 sq. ft. of lawn on a single charge. To recharge, simply plug into any convenient outlet overnight. About 2Vic worth electricity recharges mower co mpletely! Heavy duty charger comes with mower at no extra cost. Will even recharge your cor battery. Safe key starter. Trims right up to walks and shrubs. Free leaf muleher. Ball bearing wheels. Giant 22-inch swath-cut. SEE IT ON DISPLAY! iNOW AT D'You Suppo IS THERE ANY CHANCE OF YOUR TELLING MY FOLKS THE WATER'S ONLY GOOD FOR DRINKING? You'll Like This, Too, Sonny I A NEW WELL IS A PLEASURE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! FOR: * WELL DRILLING • JEEP DITCHING O PUMP REPAIR Phone CY 4-3848 IN ALGONA Elbert Well Co ALGONA, IOWA This Area's Oldest And Most Reliable Name In The Well Drilling Business

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