The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1961
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t, and MM. , &, S. AM, hav Jdftted relatives at dfiss Lake ' MiftiL t6t s6nie fishing. , I Cecil Schlhn&eller left Man day for Arties' wher'e he will en- r his first year of prcf-veterinar ts. Agttes Kolosar, Sioux City, , fa reecnt guest. Leo beneeh, Des Moines, . d .his sister, *Mrs. William ffy and family. Laubenihal, Chicago, Turner had >as -. Labor Day weekend tftest their daughter, Mrs. Ruby Walton, Alinneapolis. ^ Union ' Twp.' > Mothers ' arid Daughters club will meet -Sept, 14 at the home of -'MMe Schenck. Myrtle Rutledge 'and Maureen Hovey will be tfri menu commit- fee. r LEADING THE FIELD IN CUTTING, BLOWING ; KB40 ICUT-N-BLO . w ,$ ' • U«» at <fua?-purpo!» cutler* [i blower, or at blower only, ino . culling. Switch from one opi»ro> lion to Iho olher in mtnutei. .-,:-, v ^,:;..-, ; :,:,;., • te'i :,»V.rialit«'Mgh'capacity KMOff ideal for tmall «» well a* large {obi. • ^ ' • Screen jtzei available For wlctt ., fange of controlled cub <* SEE KOOIS NEW KB40, KB20 AMD KB30 FORAGE BtOWERS- '"~~\IHEN DECIDE ^ BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 N. Main Algona ,. Alice Kresensky has been at- f tending a church cfonference at Lake .Gejfteya,, Wi$, ' *•% «*'Iftfc .Vallo Kauda hfd % ahd,Mrs.,pfarence May- iflhd, filmore, Minn., "as weekend guests. Jffi* L.,,R. Walker is being H*J>te4 by her daughter', Pearl, Chtego who will remain here till' Sunday,« , Mrs. Dick Post and children 5? ent , ther Labor Dav weekend -at Manilla with her mother, Mrs Lillian White. • -• i .' • Mrs. Gebrge Laboure dnd family, Griand Rapids, Mich, spent a day recently' visiting 'Mrs Clem Cavanaugh.- n/f Bill ^ B , 0u * he ' S6n of Dr - and Mrs. Melvin Bourne, is leaving Sept. 12 to enter Dartmouth 'college, New Hampshire. Sept. Id. at ihe First Baptist church Sunday School will,begin at 9:30 a.m. and the mornint worship service at 10:45 a.m. Mrs. Howard Wohlers, Willard Snustad and Mrs/ Newton CoughenoUr will present la group of duets and solos Sept. 10 at 3 p.m. over station ' KLGA.' ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker :ook itheir son Duane and Ear *.ich to St. Mary hospital, For lodge, for check-ups " day. The first meeting of Cresco Mother and Daughters club wil meet with Mrs. Douglas Wildin Sept. 13. Peg Wildin will be las- sisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sirayer Glenn Jr. and Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Zentner- spent Monday kt Winnebago, Minn.,'with Mr. anc Mrs. Leo Keefe. Mr. and Mrs.- Earl Bowman had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman Jr., Dodge Center, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Liafllier, Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs.- Richard f p.otratz, Estherville, and the respective families, i / Recent activities of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor land children have been •attendance at the rodeo-at Sidney, £ "weekend visit at Lake Mills with Mrs. Taylor's parents Mr, and , Mrs. Herbert Zielske, and" the' Labor Day weekend at their trailer house at the Okobojis, , Mr.'and Mrs.* Gene' Hood had as gue'its"* 1 %t ' dinner* Thursday Mrs. He,len Flynn and daughters Carol an,d Joan who are leaving for Minneapolis to make their home. Mrs. Flynn will be enrolled at the university, Carol will enter St Catherine college at St. Paul and Joan-will be 'at Briar Cliff college, Sioux City. Raymond Mugge, an associate 01 Mr. Hood, was also a guest. Mary Jean Hood, daughter of Mr. land Mrs. Hood was hostess at a barbecue supper Monday evening, Guests numbering thirty were present, and honored girl friends who are leaving,for various colleges. ... dftd MM..0. A\ Sharp were visited, over the Labor Dav weekehd by Mr. and Mrs. Del bett sharp? Omaha, Nel£ , Mr. and Mrs. Albin Spongtorjjf w *£? W*F d °Y. er t* 16 - kabor Day" weekend by Mr. and ,Mfs. ter •Aon Sppniberg) Davenport. Mr. shd-Mrs. Chssier fiehoby wefe visited Saturday • and Swv day by Mr. and Mrs. Rober. Hicks and children, Ames. * Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Anderson are spending a fornight in Den* ver, Colo., visiting with Mr. land Mrs. Melvin Knoll and family, i. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Snyder had as weekend guests -Mr. and Mrs. Merton King and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hawley, St. Paul," Minn. ' Sandra Scoii was visited ovet the weekerfd by Dennis Richey, Iowa Falls, at the home'of hei grandmother, Mrs. Kate Steph* snson. Mrs. kale Slephenson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Julie ,Baag. ;o Minneapolis last week to see ;he baseball game between the Twins and Baltimore Orioles. Mrs. Frank Vera, Mrs. Eliza' jeth. Post and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank, Mason City 1 spent the Labor Day weekend at the Ted Vera's cottage at the Okobo- jis.- Nancy Geilerifeld accompan ied Mr,, and 'Mrs. Paul Olson and Larry Olson, Blue Earth, Minn., to LuVerne where they were supper guests of Mr.- and Mrs. Richard Bristow., ;/ v ';Honald Taylor - spent 'ihe Labor Day weekeWj," at'Cedar. Rapids and assisted his brother Dick in work on a new home being built. The previous weekend, Mr.' and Mrs. Taylor were iguests of Mr, and Mrs. Russell Hutchins at .Minneapolis'. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Welzel and Mrs.' Clara Pompe spent the weekend at Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cavanaugh, going there after attending the wedding in Des • Moines of the Wetzel's daughter, Patricia Ann to Earl 'Jordon. . ^ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alderson and the latter's mother, Mrs Annla Sutton, have had &s guests Mrs. Lowell Bylander and children, Minneapolis. Mrs.' 1 Bylander is i the former Adella, Czapp, daughter^ofi, Mr. and'Mrs. Fyeti ^zap-^jfMirier 1 Algonans. - ;; Mr. affd'Mrs. Chris, Wallukail, Mr. - and Mrs .Han?. Wailukait, Fort Dodge, Mr. and, Mrs. Geo.' Beebe, Humbold't,. Mr. and) Mrs. Andrew WaHukait, Adel, Mr, and Mrs. Maitt Walflukait, Da- itota City, and.Mr.'and Mrs. Jack Wailukait, Sioux » City, 1 were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wailukait, Des, Moines. FANNY'Coming To The Algona Theatre Sunday Caught up in ihe'po&riane$ arili .isissibn of a girl's love and ihe sea's lure, Leslie Caron and Hotel Biichholz star as ihe yowng lovers in Joshua Logan's production of 'Penny' for Warner Bros. The Technicolor ' presentation,: also, starring Maurice Chevalier and Charles Boyer, opens Sunday at ihe* Algona Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith had as Supper guests Monday' Mr.' and Mrs. Raymond Harr and children, Des Moines. . Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Snyder Were' visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Le Dow and • family, Minneapolis. ! Mr.' and< Mrs. Don Sherman spent Saturday and. Sunday at the Okobojis with-Mr. and Mrs 'F. M. Holt' .and Mr. and Mrs Gene Zender. ' Mr. and Mrs.'Adrian Sterling have.- had as recent guests Mrs Herman Schwandt and daughter Mrs. CharlQtte 1 keats and cHild ren, Wdolstbck. • ~' Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan took tKeir daughter Molly to Fort Dodge Sunday where she 'itook a iplane for.Chicagd: She will be employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor had Mr. and .Mrs. William New, Nevada,'as. guests Monday. Mrs New is the former Phyllis Sawyer, ,daughter of,, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. .' ,' Kevin Schmitl'came from De: Moines for the 5 weekend and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Tony Schmitt, went to Pirn Island,. Minn., for, .a visit with Mr.' and Mrs.; Frank Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tscheliei have been visited by Mr. 'and Mrs. Calvin Tschetter, , Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. The son Ronald who works in Minneapolis, wa£ also home for a few days. '•,Mr. ..and Mrs. Don ; Sjogren were recently visited by" Mr. ariq Mrs. Bernard Hultman 'ana daughter Sandra, Los Angeles', Calif., 'Mrs. Esther Veden,' Grange Falls,^.an"d-her parents, Mi-, and <Mrs."' Albert Johnson 01 Pomeroy. r.Mrs. Bertha Pommer was visited a few days by her daugn- ter, Mrs. Caret DeWaard, Titonka, while Mr. DeWaard, was in Kansas attending funeral ser- yices for an aunt. ., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slobe haa as/ weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Ray Madden and, family, Minneapolis. Mrs. Madden came to attend the 1946 St. Cecelia class reunion Sunday evening at Van's cafe. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder were visited last week by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orian Cheetham, Crestoh. Mrs. Snyder gave a neighborhood coffee one morning honoring her mother. Mr. and Mrs. John Helmers were visited over the Labor Daj weekend by Mr. 1 and Mrs. Pete Helmers 1 and Tony, Sioux City, and MY. and Mrs. Richard Hel- meM «nd three children,. Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Perry, Moravia, and Mr. and Mns. Robert Lehman and Barbara, and Mr, <aind Mrs. Walter Beck, Jo Ellen and Jonathan, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Spear wsrt recently Visited by Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bartels, Algonquin, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bartels, Chi. jcago. Other guests at another time Were Mr. and Mrs. George Babbcock, Eagle Grove, former Algonans. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Snydor are moving to Anaheim, Calif, thu first of the week and Cecil will continue his refrigeration and aii conditioner business. Their home here has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirsch. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick took their son Michael to Minneapolis Wednesday where he took a plane for Pompano Beach, Fla. He has spent his vacation here and at Big Sandy, McGregor, Minn., at the family summer home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Elchenberger, Sabetha, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn, Topeka, Kan., and Freda Eichenberger, Maryville, Kan. The Raths and guests attended a family reunion Sunday Lone Rock. Mayor's Court Several motorists paid fines in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here this week. Included are Harold Larsen, Ringsted, $10, no trailer plates; and Meilvin Tooms, Pella, and Elarl MacVay, Britt, $10 each, illegal passing. Court costs were assessed tn addition to fines. SUNFLOWER Gian't 'sunflowers are the pride of Henry Hoordhoff's garden in Orange City. He has .one plant that measures 15 feet tall. %&X®3XOt!OilX^^ BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE . WESLEY TITONKA' ALLEN J.B£AJKE, DIRECTOR < 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO .CONTROLLED b^(cofe^jl !^uVer ; ne (Home Office) 3 Days I Look ahead to Clean, Easy Picking and Extra-Bushel Yields PIONEER Corn Get yours from- YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R, I, Mawdsley ''.,„-.„„„ Algona Aaron Steussy - . . ...... . . , Algona Terf Hoover, Sr, •„„„,;.„.,„ Algona Henry Schroeder _..... lone Rock iugene Kollasch -.-.,...,-,--. Bode Walter Vawdt ....**... WhiitWfirp Robinson Produce ,.,.,,„, Wesley Pt thmt r« •*• Qernt r ON "SHOW ROOM" FURNITURE RIGHT OFF THE FLOOR OF THE "HEART OF AMERICA" FURNITURE MART FROM KANSAS CITY! TOP QUALITY FURNITURE AT WHOLESALE PRICES! JUST A FEW EXAMPLES MATTRESSES or BOX SPRINGS FpmousMake ^ ^ „ j^ 10 Yr. GUP ran tee *jj^ SbU Reg. $79.50 l^(BliWri|r FQQ» Stools by w P«orlw«k /f ^w,,,,^^ $8,95 SPc/SieTIONAL Rtg, $337,5Q „ $14§,00 2 Ps. SICTIONAI. Reg. $167.§Q —- $89,50 DINiTTi SIT S pc. Reg, $179,50 ,, $78,50 Chqirs Reg. $99-50 $37. W YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO COME IN AND SEE TOP QUALITY FURNITURE AT WHOLESALE PRICES! TERMS! And SPECIAL DISCOUNT to Newlyweds! ^^i^ ^HJr dMI^ Hp^ WW WS ^B(F ^OF Wrfr ^pS^ OF BARGAINS South Of Courthpuse ViMfi ; A thick and matted, growiji of trumpet vine has growti up and come to rest ott 'the tower of B vvindmill on the Cyril Beck farm west of Delmar. The growth commenced more than 10 years ago. Marjorie and Mildred soft of WJltott' Junctibrt i-ecenttly received theif Sa1:HelOf of Arts degrees from the State Univeftfty of Iowa. Between them, they have .28 yeans of teaching experience. FALL SEMESTER EVENING CLASSES BUENA VISTA COLLEGE STORM LAKE, IOWA COURSES OFFERED Art 15, Lettering Business Administration 22, Principles of Accounting (second course); Economics 115, Elements of Statistics Education 118, Diagnostic and Remedial Reading Education 125, The Exceptional Child English 51, Greek Mythology English 101, Shakespeare General Science 3, Physical General Science History 5, Introduction to Asian Culture ! _,*' ' '' - • • " * Psychology 21, General Psychology Psychology 126, Personality Development Psychology 127, Advanced Personality Development Religion 1, Life and Teachings of Jesus x General Science course carries four semester hours credit, other courses three hours. Registration and first class meetings, 7 p.m. Wednesday, September 13, 1961. Classes will meet on 13 Wednesday evening during fall plus Tuesday, November 21, and Tuesday, December 19, the final class period. ( Credit earned applies toward" teaching, certificate renewal and toward bachelor's degree. ,. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, contact: THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE BUENA VISTA COLLEGE STORM LAKE, IOWA CHEVY CORVAIR FIRST PRIZE FOR THIS AREA ONLY 310 PRIZES FOR THIS AREA ONLY! IWOVIE CAMERA AND .'• PROJECTOR ZOOM tfNSI Presto HOT DOGGERS WATCHES SLICER SERVERS NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO WRITE! Ask your dealer for an official entry blank or mail him this ad with your .name and address and he will mail you one. Come in soon—. there's absolutely no obligation. THE SIEOUER QIU HQMK HEATER v/ith SUPER FLOOR HEAT and enter the SIEQLER SWEEPSTAKES at BURT HARDWARE HARDWARE & APPLIANCES Phone 58 BURT J®WA

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