The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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0>p*f DM Motowt Thursday, 5r»'pf. 2t, t96t St. Joe, Has Busy Schedule Si,j Joe <- 6.D.A. their first meeting of the fall Wednesday evening, Sept. 13, with grand regent Evelyn Erpelding presiding. Mary Jane Origer was presented a past regent pin b'y the court. Anna Bormann will be in charge of the courtesy program for the neKt four months. A film was shown and also slides and talks, ftosalia Bormann from here and Thefsa Thilges > from Algona accompanied..the Catholic Daughters four, 'made the first 2 weeks in August. The State Catholic Daughters are .sponsoring several ptfler trips and anyone interested;' should contact the local grand regent.;; > ' fhfe birthday gift was given to Ruth' Bertev With., Maggie :Thilges arid ; Bertha-Becker, receiving plate; 'prizes. _ The'.local court has an interesting-schedule of special activities planned for the coming yeat. " The ''• first event of ' the fall sea- somis a CDA Guest Night,for neighboring courts Wednesday, Sept. 27 with a 6:30 dinner in St. Joseph's school hall. Committee in Charge of this event will be Florence Altman, Carolyn Zei' met, Sylvia O'Brien, Marie Zie- met, Betty Berte, Alma Illg Cathleen Thilges, Mary Lu Becker, Julia Behounek, Norma Jean Reding and Marjorie\Winkel. Activities .scheduled for October include a meeting Wednesday evening, Oct. 11, with Ruth Kohlhaas, Leona Stahl, Helen Reding, Rosalia Bormann, Alma Illg, rSusie Reding, Cecelia Mc. Guire, Rosalia Erpelding and Carolyn Zeimet in charge of arrangements. The CDA Fall Harvest Festival with an oyster and chili supper will be held Oct. 15 in ,St. Joseph's school hall. Kitchen committee will be Veronica Gales, Bernadine Hilbert, Amalia Wagner and Marie Thilges; dining room committee will be Dorothy Kohlhaas, Caroline Weydert, Edna Reding and Rita Plathe. Reception for. new members will be.held Oct. 16. Applications for prospective members are to be submitted to the grand regent before; the Oct. 11 meeting.' ' Relative Passes Funeral services for George Schaefcr, 70* were held at St. Patrick's: Catholic. church:: in* Clinton Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Mike Hofer, Edwin .Thilges and Mr. and Mrs. John Berte attending. George Schaefer was an uncle of the Thilges and a cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Berte. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul spent Sunday with Msgr. George J Theobald and Susie Naber at Hospers, formerly from here. They had also spent several days at Spencer, having left here Thursday. Steven Joseph Reding, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Joel Reding,- was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo. C. Schumacher. Sharon Reding and Richard McEvoy were sponsors. Rita Haag Of Ledyard Weds TrimonfMan Ledyard — Rita May Haag daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyil Haag, and Arthur F. Putze, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Putze of Trimont, Minn., were united in marriage by Rev. Bernard Montag Saturday morning m a double ring ceremony at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Attendants to the bride were Sandra Schneider, Algona, maid of honor, Colleen ReiJly, Ledyard, flower girl, and Craig Cayler, Bancroft, ringbearer. Arthur Haag, brother of the bride, was best man and ushers were Francis and Lyle Haag, also brothers of the bride. Soloist was Vernon Haag who was accompanied by Mrs. Haag, organist. A reception was held for about 150 guests from two until four after which the couple left for a wedding trip put west. They will be at home in Angola, Indiana where the bridegroom will be a senior in electronics engineering. The bride graduated from the Ledyard Community school in 1956. election. Ot oin<cere. • f- i - ^ ,.; - The IVtisfeibn/to be 1 held'herd Oct. 1-8 was tjlseussed The,S6- ciety will serf/e the KnlghtSfdf Columbus {breakfast Oct. & . ' The Harwst Supper 'will ibe held Oct. 2% with serving to be tram 4 until 7 p.m. Hostesses j were Mrs. James Kollasch, cliairman, Mrs. Vern Anderson, Nlrs. Cecil Sykes, Mrs. Milton* Jorgenson, Mrs, John Karsten an«l Mrs. Ed Kahler. Mission t*eskval Mission S 'estival Will be; observed Surtdlay at Bethany i Ev-. angelical ami Reformed chtlrch. Rev. and M'ris. Vivian Laird will be in charge of the days services. They will sfSeak and show pictures at the services and will also meet with ; the Sunday School | at. 9. Times f tar-the services-are as follows: Sunday School, 9; Morning worship service at 10; afternoon service at 2:30 and the evening service 1 is to be at 7:30. Supper will'be ; served following the afternoon sicrvice. • Hot Lunch Meriting The Kossuth 1 County School Sendee Association met at the Ledyafd' school Wednesday Wrkir^as!H8sfesiei; , r .. •'new.{Officers, Mrs. lottil Richardson ,bf Swea City 1 , Mrs, ( Dora^Dremmel, Mrs. Peterson of 'Lone Rock,'-and Mrs. Cora Garner of Bun; presided over the meeting.. The state meeting of the group will be held in Octo* ber. ' Refreshments were served by. the Ledyard hot lunch worker^, Mrs. Agnes Mayer. Mrs, Lent Warner and Mrs, -Martha 'Schroeder. Mrs. Albert Barnes was taken to, the Buffalo Centeb hospital Friday flight. Mrs. S. L. Powers of Elmore and ' Mrs. Grace Kehoe of Mankato were Thursday luncheon guests at the home of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan. . Mrs. Zilphy Hardt is spending this week with her daughter, the Adolph Kueckers at' St. James, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hans, Keith and Kim of Fairmont visited at the Earl Jorgensons Sunday. . . *& Mrs, 'Marie JJalversdft wil ! an overnight guest at the f, i^Hai* vefson 'nome 'in WEltie % " ! %ttfsday. *,f-' - Mr,.and Mi's, AJBeft Looi, „„„ Oretcheh and Mr.,- aM,MfMlTdflft Looft , attended the" 'w'edifinlg^Sf Judith Rich, ; oldest \ daughter 6f the Bud niche's of FalfmdflS • Steven Bernard, infant Son of" Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Reiliy|%!B baptized Sunday 'Woftiul^f by were Mr, and Mrs/Rllph'Cayjfef of Bancroft, T%." Cay-lets t i " dinner guests at Relllys;foilo| the baptismal. • ';'-,' • ' •/ ' Mr, and Mrs, Cfefald -M|hthte and daughter, of Cedat 1 were recent guests at the "patent" al Johh Manthie home. r ,'» X; ' • School Board Prexy „ Mrs. Roland Grefe, the 'forfner Mary Cruickshank, daughter 6f Mrs. A.-R. Cruickshank, Algona, was elected president of the Des Moines school board Sept. 13 Mrs. Grefe is a graduate of'-Al* gona high school and Morningside college and taught for Several years at Roosevelt in Des Vloines. Her husband is an'.'attorney and they have one son Roger, II, Sh6 r has: been in comrnunity .affaire and & 'as preMialbf JJffi^e<&foWc Voters. re? \ •£•? **|-"ff -i fd ,' 5 * * * j * * • * MhafiUHbAMutt&w^ ?± £ { . Cosmotoldgy Cflhii! ;f : Delrae Keffitia.and .Mite'sistip- son are in dttfendaftta .'aUa ,666* motology . conference' arid clinic being held this we'ek at the State University - of ,10wa. The "future <J icrs Association met Sept. > Burt. If was a "planning" meeting, wjth twa pfesefttifr&ffl each hay Snd 86fne baled stow burned ,flch«bl ift , the eburil' A large barn on, ers farm near 'PMi._ _..„, destroyed by vfire'i-lc^Mftyi'Kfh%- barn was struck by lightning during a thunderstorm.' About 1J0 sows and pigs in thff'b&ift j saved, but 2& pigs, V.&OO/toaleflf of* New My Stops Itch-^ Pile* N*w V.rfc, N. T. <Sp««l.l)_>J«« th^ first time science has foqnd » n«w' healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, atop itching, and ralleti pain — without sargery., 1A case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction Shrinkage) took plate. { . Moat uaajti&ft of all-rcsul tt W*M Paih t« thorough that idtferert tt*d* astonishing sutemenu like "PilM have ceased, to he * problem I" , The tecret if a Bew healing inb- • ttence' (Blo-Oyae«)~dl»cOTei7 of , • world-famons research Institute. . This substance ii now available In tupporitorv or. ointment font under the name Preparation B*. At all drag eauntexa. with theAuildlng, . , < * j »?* ^ i^'sl^SL^i^ _t M*ta*»Ai- , f F M^SSl^v Deports he mijfed |. tre'e in blbom tit'Ms pl^fci.' the tree' Is 60 blooms, Pol kens , was an aunt yjft/gyfigx/MX^^ 1 • • ' • f * s l )| fi ^ • ^L JE JJy^J I\E PUNfRAjifj. ~* !M ' MOMES AT = "";'' '\tl|ONKA-,v /. BLAKE, DIRECTOR < i i ' -CORWITH : 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED ' PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) ', .(Home Qffiee)!' AND AND PATRON IZf VIKING OIL CO. GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL WE GIVE'GOLD BOND Or K|NG KORN STAMPS BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Depot »»»»*»*»••<»»*•»»••••»•«>»»»•»»»» • • e • . e OWA STATE BANK, Algona, Iowa "Your Partner In Progress" •;-.••,.,•.•,...'•' • ', . ' ' •'"'V.••:•:-. •-,-•' .• • -.•'• ,--' FARMERS ELEVATOR Buyers & Sellers of All Grains • Get our bids on your grain before you sell. • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse., H. Dale Cole or Corwin C. Peer 419 S. Phillips St. CY 4-2741 -•«• BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND TYPES CYpress 4-4266 • For Remodeling, Modernising < •, For,Farm & Homo Building • • For Heady-Mixed Concrete Ready-Mix Concrete ; AND LUMBER CO. W Roto-Rooter Sewer Service For Clogged Sewers and Drains No Unnecessary Digging — Guaranteed COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER Serving Kossuth County - Ph. CY 4-3523 Algona Collect BEN Building Contractor All Types Building. ;^ ForrmandvTown .,•//.> 122 South Heckart, Algona ' ' Phone CY 4-2865 ' t ' . % : . (Please Call After 6:00 P.M.) ' *< Your Banking Needs: SAFE * CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community IOWA STATE BANK Hosary Society The Rosary Society met Sept. 13. Mrs. Frank Rotterman and Mrs. Ted Goeke were in charge of the program: Two accordion sojos by Mrs. Rotterman and a poem by Mrs. Arnold Becker, Mrs. Al Johnson presided at the business meeting, Mrs. Leslie Mino gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Herb Pannkuk the treasurer's report in the. absence of Mrs. Bernard Reilly. A thank you note was read from Mrs. Mel Haag followed by the MILLER LUMBER CO. Building Needs of all Kinds LOWER PRICE MAX BARTHOLOMEW, Manager East State at C & NW Track* - Algona Iowa State Bank Located State & Dodge Streets The progress of Algona and the surrounding communities is something our people can well be proud of. You need only to step into the spacious, modern quarters of the Iowa State Bank to realize that every effort is bemg made to maintain the pace of progress — all in keeping with good, sound banking principles. of checks, and | Free, Ihree-minute parking in front of the bank, sidewalk teller window, film record ELECTRONIC BANKING are a few of the steps in progress for better service. , , , , I For the further protection and safety of their Depositors, they have increased their Surplus account f from $100,000.00 to $150,000.00, and their Capital structure is now CAPITAL $150,000.00. SURPLUS [$150,000.00 and UNDIVIDED PROFITS $270.000.00 for a total of $570.000.00. The officers of ihe Iowa State Bank are A. F. (Al) Agena, President; Harold GUmore, Chairman of the Board; Gordon Hall, Vice President; F. L. (Roy) McMahon, Vice President and Cashier; and Ed J. Gilmore Asst Cashier. The Board of Directors include LjUte Linnan, Hugh Raney, Clarence Mawdsley, Harold Cowan/Harold , Gilmore, Al Agena, and Roy McMahon, Moving • Storage • Crating We Move Household Goods Anywhere Fully Insured - New, Modern Storage Warehouse All Type* Crating - Phone CY 4-2275 POST Transfer & Storage So. Phillips St. Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS The Preferred L. P. Qa* BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THERMOGAS CO. of Algona Phone CY 4-2841 Algona ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Deere Headquarters In Algona "The Quality Name In Farm Equipment" On Diagonal St. at NW Track* Algona Implement Co. FARM EQUIPMENT • FARM SERVICE MOTOR TRUCKS HOM1 APPLIANCES Phone CY 4-3501 ; 1407 Commercial St. General Machinery Repair Welding - Cylinder Boring SPECIALTY PARTS MANUFACTURED ALGONA MACHINE SHOP W . 5t*t» St. N Hipj ; DONOVAN'S SPECIALTY SHOP CUSTOM MADE ALUMINUM AND COMBINATION DOORS & WINDOWS ! • RUSCO & NELSON i ZEPHYR AWNINGS 610 N. manorial AlOONA CY 4-22Q3 AIGONA PLUMBING & HEATING i DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE-THE FINEST IN PIUMBIN6 AND HEATIN6 EQUIPMENT sii&W 4 /!*?; f PHONE CYprcii 4^240

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