The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 15
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ir.,1,.., S in« ch l 13 ait' 8 o'clock. Committee hWe of thVluncH Ind's-ddal hour swill be'- pHylUS' Bbrfharfn, ' L'ucille Illg, Helen Gales, ? Borfnafih, i MtiWe* Mil* * Altman,vNorene Erpel- ding,- Heiett- Kayser, -Mary The Court- has sehedule'd a C.B.A. guest flight; fpf, neighbor i«| Courts sept. 2? 'With a 6:30 the' parish 1 dinner in wan. Refceptidn of members will be held ,0ct. 18 with Caro- lifie Bohnahn, Vi61a ' Fridefs, Amelia Wagner and Lois Bbr- mahn/ oft the membership com* mittee, Helen LbuiSe Zeimet, Infani daughter of Mr. and M¥s\ Ray Zeimet, was baptized Sunday in Si Joseph's church by Rev, Leo C. Sehuniacher, Sponsors were Delores Zeimet and Robert Zei- diet. ' * / , , • •BanriV of mafrlag'e Were p ; ub- lished in St. Joseph church Sunday for Richard 'Von Bank of here and 'Elizabeth 1 DoPWeilef 01 Armstrong. MisS Dortyeller is the daughter of Mr; and Mrs, fceorge DbrWeiler.o'f Armstrong and will' be the bride of Richard (Pat) yon Bank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jbhn Von Bank, Sept. ,5 in St. Mary's church at Armstrong. 'Knights t qf Columbus will Sponsor a benefit beef barbeque Aug. 31 w(th- the public invited will' gff froto id, f to 10 o'cloeK with- seletStetT tivlties' planned, fot~air eveHi efttettalfltnent fot everyone 1 . , Sisters Of St.- Joseph's will b& given a miscellaneous and fob3 shower Aug. 29 at 7(90 with the ladies from the community invited to attend and meet the Sisters, "A social evening is planned 'by the C.D.A. committee in charge, Adeline Berte, Mary Sate, Irene fhitges. Heleh Oales, Betty , Jane Reding, Calhleen Thilges. Rose • Dangeleser and Betty Berte. Mt. a*hd Mrs. Adam Berte an'd; Mr,, and Mrs.- Cietus'$al2-fetutn.» ed home Saturday from a week's trip through, Minn, and 111. vis-' fthig.'wittt relives. , * Sis'tei 4 M. Madelme an'd Sister M. Phyllis from Dubuque were 1 " vfaMptylem BABYSITTER || [[RE n NHUIU Continuous flpw DRYE AUTOMATIC MOISTURE CONTROL Now you can dry grain C-O-N-T-I-N-U-O-U-S-L-Y -without worry or guess work . . . just 'set! it for the dryness you want— and forget it ... Automatic Mois- .turfe Control* does all the' work. " Whether you sell grain or put it ih a bin for government storage, all your grain has the same moisture- content. • ,. s ., ., •A^ ; ybii-bring t in*th^w6t j grain from the field, place 'ih'toil'h&lding hopper . . . grain flows from hopper into drying atfd codling cKam-' •• Bert on botHt sides' of 'dryer- where two powerful fans, (dne for* ; heafiht aha/bne f6r«c6oHng) DRY GRAIN QUICKLY*. . . and { c6ob dry'gfattf flows v out automatically 1 • •• •• • I ^, V ,5 , , - NO BABY-SITTERS ARE NEEDED FO#M-W j,. Before-you buy any dryer— get the'facti on~M 1 -C— a'hd ; '.theji makeiypur cornparison. NO OTHER DRYER .offers, all -, three:, (1) Pushbutton ease of operation ' (2) Quality of dried product and (3) Low cost of - ' . COMFIN OR PHONE FOR Wallace's Farmer ALGONA IMPLEMENT W. Sales & Service CY 4-3501 Algona visitors here last weekfWlth reV" afiVes~.', Sister 1 ' M. Madeffne"' $ a 1 daughter of Mr. arfd Mfs. " B. Reding. Mr, and Mfs. fidb-A"Mer'sorf returned to their home at Lan-' sing, Mich. Sunday after a weeK's visit here with relatives' and friends. Mrs. "Anderson is' the former Elaine Wagner^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. A, .Reding picnic dinner wasl, held Wednesday at the homo o/, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thilges and Mrs. Lizzie Bormann with Sis- 4 ter M. Phyllis as honored guest* 1 Sister M. Phyllis and Sister M" Albertilla were dinner"" guests' 'at the home of Mrs, Mary Capesius and family, Friday. - f \ LOG CABIN' Mrs. H. O. Rollag, of Alberta (L Canada, and her sister, Mrs. Bf E. Lackness, Oakland,, Calif., re-, turned to their,former home af-1 ter nearly eighty years. They visited their old log-cabin home on the farm of Ossie Anderson' near Rembrandt. Twelve children and their parents lived in the! four room cabin which measures' 16 by 24 feet. e Vows tion isciimidt, : relf g'i'ous 'vbws for 1 SPECIAJ. FOR SEPTEMBER STEAKS Char-Broiled-Fried THURS.-FRr.-SAT. We specialise in receptions Weddings - Anniversaries. No Charge' for Club'I Mond. & Tues. for Private 'PkVlies. HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. 34-35-36 ''were ambhg' the 25 wh6 first 1 temporary profession' vo\vs or -we^e clothed in tHe religioUs habit at the Present^ tion MotherhoUse, Mt. Loretto^ v Dubu(}Ue,' I0wa'/ oh August 2$. The Most ReV. Le'o Binz, Arch"bishop of Dubuque, presided at ^he ceremony. Sister %A&ry Benedict, daughter 6f , Mr.' and , Mrs. Elliott Wald-, , took ( th'e two years. will ^remain at Mt. Loretlb for' the ,nex£ two years as, a ior 'to receive' fuftlTer instru in the religious life and to com- iplet'e -her professional prepara-* tion. Two 1960 Garrigan graduates who were clothed in the habit and the white veil of a Presentation novice were Miss Janet (Joet'z, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip ^'petz, Wesley, and Miss Janice Lickt'eig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig, also of Wesley. They will be knowi) 'as Sister Mary r Janet and Sistex Mary St'. James. MISS Bonnie Ulfers was also Science Shrink* Piles New Way Without Surgery f"4'l. '.«,''.. trt,''>9 ' "<>.t+*p ,'-'."' . , ^_5^_ . -•' clothed in the religious habit. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs., Charles, Ulfers 4nd foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keiths Ballard, West BertdT j -ler religious name is Sister Mary Rosalyn. She graduated from the West Bend High School ihjthe 1960 class. ^ i The three y.oung.-w6rrien-cloth- in tlie religious habit -begin a o-year training period,, during hich they will • study ;the obligations o"f fh^.reli|Mf \lif& f moral and dogmatic .theology, ana Sacred Scripture. . I In the accompanying .pictare; Bonnie Ulfers is r stajfiaffig",r, .with Janice, Lickteig-^'t thejieftilh.d J.anet Gbe'tz at the right, just before their clothing iii the Presentation habit at Mt. 'Loretto, Dubuque. ' , • ,'•'• ' •'. School Bells called Voijth daravanett, were J elt~at St.. Paufs h in. Whittemore. /aners are traveling fot the WaltheT League In- terftati6nal youth organization and official youth program of the Lutheran church Missiouh Synod. 'The Caravanefs assisted uw Atf&u*f H 1**f youth of the Ideal Congregation in de'votionai Services, topic dig cussibri, service projects, r«cre- atibrial and fellowship programs, they joined members of "I local Walthef League society in visiting some of the homes of some of the young people, first time science has found a' new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In ease after case, while gently ,.relie.vUig pain,.actual-reduction • Hokt'ariiiiingof all-re«u]taw«r» •o thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be • problem I" The secret Is a new healing substance (Blo-Dyne«)-tJi«coyery of a world-famous research/Institute. This substance 1« now available In luppoaitory or ointment form under the name Prtparatif^ B*. At all drug eoaoUrj. Air eondlttontng-an extra-cost option that )fnt'- you fingsrtlp tampafatoe control Tiyjfc;, bettfey lor Buyinga; new JET SMOOTH ^!|(S flHpliBir ^Iff^r W* ip™ ^W ^9if W^BWWl^ t ^^f'^ t look bow everything's weatber, beautiful f£»vrotry!?9f 'fte mn w /elegant;*lrtijpalas!) t acIJinfc for" r ,,^^ M (»purse-DleaaingBropkwopd, perhaps?)'or toapkering for anything in between, jfoui 1 , Chevrolet dealer hft3 the rignttc»i*st 8'jiwt-rJgbt price, . every Cbevj» has a Jet-smooth. , V8, vijn tor "ft ? * Savings, Body by FW& CFaftWPpsWp^^ ^tt4 geftT'gobblJng luggaga space.. Top that apr—^m' off wjtb wjiat ypuj 4eal°r '\^^ gdronesT Summer s^i Now's a crac%g goo4 tfme ts'fipTneby a nimble newijiorvair tilh it| toucfc» a^d-tura steeriag, gentle 'going, clean Btopping sud; (jig-in . traction. All abjpard for Whitlemore — The WHitte- rr)dre school will. open its' 1961'62 school term Aug. 29 with no school o;i Labor Day,';The\ te- pulty for this tefm:-Is • as : follows: -i,e|rMor7han, Supt.; * J';*W? ( Sy,ke)£ u principal; Mrs. Edward Nesseh, MaVcella Fandel, Loretta jFandql ana Mrs. Richard Vaughn will teach the grades. St. Paul's Lutheran sch'ooi will Open the 1961-'62 schopl \ year Wednesday, A'ugus'f Sfl.Jat 9 a.m. Reuben Butzke, prirtcipeil/ will teacfi grades 6-7-8; Erwini Borcherding, grades, $~4-5;•' and' Elenora Gehring 1 ahd 2. " ' Home On Leave ' i William' Meyer is spending a 15-day furlough here with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs, 1 Wjlliarn Meyer, Jr. He is a 'm'ember of the Marine band ahd is stationed at San Diego, Cal. I ', John M. Christensori will arrive here Wednesday for a 30- day leave. John is serving abotod the guided missile frigate USS IVfahan operating out of San .Fraricisco. He is the spn of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Christenson. Miss Berkland Honored A shower was held Friday evening in St. Paul's' Lutheran church in honor of Marlys Berkland, Minneapolis. Mrs. Clara Vaudt won tne door prize. Miss Berkland will be married to Edward Maahs Jr. Aug, 27 in the Depew Lutheran church- at 3 p,m. Shower Honoree Joan Waldschmitt was honored- at a shower in : the Academy hall Thursday evening. 500 was played, Mrs. Anthony Busher- 1'eld winmng high"; Mrs. Maurice Fick,bphm, low; and Mrs. James Butler, "door prize. Hostesses were Mesdames Dennis Lichteig, Ja6k Licht'eig, Urban Lfchteig, Kenneth Forbutfger, James Wald- schmjjt, .Rolland , Waldschmitt, Jaitt04 Dahlhau'ser, Edwarfi Kenyon, • Wjlliam Besch, Anita Ul<- lefs, .and Arnold Koilasch. Miss Wa|:ds9hmitt .will be married to Rich,ad' Thompson of Ottqsen in St. Michael's Catholic church Saturday morning, Aug. 26. They wilf Hve. in St. Louis, Mo. Caravaneis Appear . Qf . three teepagei-s, the car tbjt fa no en4 of fun I i • COMING BANCROFT/ LEGION HALL WHEREVER YOU GO ON LABOR DAY.. IT COSTS ONLY SOc TO CALL FROM ALGONA To Any Of Thefce Points: Minneapolis, Minn. Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Canton; So. Dak. (3-rhinule station raifls for calls after 6 p.m. and all day Sunday; Plus tax.) TMURS., AUG. 24ttt LE8 BROWN- AMD HIS FAMOUS ORCrL Fftt., AUG. 2STH SALUTfi TO PEPSI-COLA MIDWEST CARAVAN SAf„ AUG. 26TH CHARLIE TRUBSELL AND THE AIRLINERS TUES., AUG. 29TH — 8 to 11 TEENS THE ROYAL RHYTHMS Parents FREE — Teens 75e FREE GATE EXPOSITION at Fairmont, Minn. WED., AUG. 23 Through SUN; Children's Afternoons • s 'T ThiirS. ahd Sat. v Mosi rides lOc SWENSON'S THRILLCADE Thurs. evehing and Sun. afternoon and evening; *' * .'•...'.• ; •'•'..••.' : ' •• ,. • '•'.'. i. '-••'. •'.'•* FLYIKIGB RODEO Friday evening and ' Saturday evening. Low Grandstand prices Adults $1.00, Children 50c (Sbrifle dftsn I the;Gat6L is always FREE. A change in ownership of the Davis Paint store. We are pleased to announce that we have purchased the store from Bob Reding. We are happy to make Algona our new home and look forward fo meeting you. A cordial invitation is extended to Bob's customers to continue using this store's service. We also will be happy to be of service to new patrons. Your patronage will be appreciated I FRANK AND HELEN SAITER I wish to take this opportunity to express a big THANK YOU • , y*4MI to all the people who patronized me. I am deeply grateful for the trust you have placed in me while in business in Algona. I .also wish to extend my very best wishes to my successor, Frank Saiter. Frank plans to open a new department as well as other exciting events. I am sure he will operate the kind of store you will desire to patronize., Again, folks, a big THANK YOU I BOB REDING

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