The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 5
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<t I •* Nai , ftt Tuesday and sistei o' called' Hostesses fot.<t' ita Mitchell.! bfn ,< Maty" ., > OIBurfBand ,-;'i8 members vansweree toll call • at:-thfe-first meeting 01 the yeaf ofetHe Burt.Saflci Mothers held Thursday, fevering} ' ' ' The triN&'toffieers ,<&7the year began theft"; duties 'at' this meeting. They are: Evelyh**."Angus president! Pat Kohlhaa's, vic« preSi^efttKBertha Willfett r - secretary; Doretta Abbas, treasurer, Musics' was- furnished^by Mrs Holmsfeth' and-Fra«cis McDonald" It indldded sejfrei' '' • and a solo by The Burt Ban • band at 1 the L. Band Day'>arid'Fj Des Moine^, Sat!}. , , The -,BaM,'Mothers,-toted purchase wSiter gloves' fof b members and L'eo'tfu'dsxfQr, $*• majorettes ^or ^up* 1i - iV -'> 4 «'-' v --' • gomes. |\ I'. 1 w ,•:;'•' ' Hostesses'for: the the '-boar'd members, 11 'Lebla Gardner, Viola McDonald and Phyllis Wiener. The- Burt Band has elected Carole -Sue Wiener ifo,-represent them as' their Queen 'at the' Al gona 'Band- Festival, Oct. 7. • U.P.W;-Meefing ^ t\^,\ Aboiit' SSimembers 'pf/the Burt U.P.W/ ' attended ""the " regulai meeting held' Sept. 20. Mrs. Harold Becker, president, presided at the meeting. -Mrs. Earl Shipjei gave devotions. f The t Fellowship of our Least Coin was dedicatee with Palma Holding, Arlene Chaffee, Virginia Becker, taking part. - • - • •'• , The organization, voted to pre sent an honorary membership' to Mrs. "Amelia Polhemtfs.' (r~ The fall Presbyterial will be held atj.Dows, Oct..J9. ... Officers, elected to preside-during 1962 'are Mrs. Ben Bahling nominating , committee for i years, and circle chairmen,. Mrs C. M. Gross, Mrs.' Roscoe' Maw'd- sley and Mrs. Charles Scott., Naomi' Junkermeir presented the program of the day, a filmstrip was' shown' and group" discussion-was led by Maxine Angi. "' , JMrs. Wm. Keyes, Chicago, was a guest. -, Hostesses were Mesdames Nels Nelson, "Tom' Trenary, s C. • M. Clapsaddle. us. 'Gross and J,- B MaTk ..arrived at • the „ ef .home Thursday evening for '4 few days, visit. Rev. £rt$ Mrs' Friedf ichs* tdf f-Moriday <-'i er 1 tMt> "us." ' '• '. K ' ' '• :, Rev. Frledrich will 1 be ihstall* ed as-pastor of the Trjriity Luth- ertfn church at'*M£rdtts Suntjay "if j * ' , f / .« *" For' the 'past .'five 'Jtears ReV FHedrich has, : subpli^d the'pul pit at St; John's Luthfe-an church at The D6lls, Oreg6ft; Mrs. rich is the former Evslyfta dau'ghter ,6f., Mrs>?, Ella,' i) Rev," Friedrich's parents'aj ReV. and Mrs,'.W/->K'Frfldl Fentori. 'The- FHadrleh 1 *children remained with " * A: - 5M " —- f .i.**"O*.+U. • w« M 4.H* 'ried. eyer leyer th^ ich oi at Buff Until" 1 their settled. are , , will sponsor a bake ,' \0cti Ifjft , Riedels - .. . : / . Ella Slgdbee was hostess h Her h'6mei W .members of the 'idelis CltfsjS ..Wednesday, 'Sept: '. JeSs^'lfosh'Waiij . _ „ ".'.&& ' Mr. and'.Mrt, jLiWifi ! **& ho'sft in'ttfef I M. MiMie A<T "'•-'-" \i», jfrem -IWetfii aethoo P.M " pnd , Marian Shlbman arrive,!*' >me the end q| the* week from rai days Wcatioh spent at elrolt Lakes, Minn, ' Delman jSchwtetert; Washing- n, D. C., is enjoying a two eek visit* with «latives and "ends in the Bart . , .of tne, ttvetiing Circle .Wefe/J tie Ruth CiKcle at the cfiurcfi parlors, Wedfies4 nlng. Ruby tfihckie^ H* tioM and rHe-ditatioAs ftn-. f ilton -^ai in charge 'elf <thf fttt, gram. Hostesses' lot the" •evl were Marlene payi* .knd. - Schalleif. ••-•••• . ;."<;*:; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles'- 866$ Mr. 'and Mrs. W. W. 6oeUfcK6fj lone Rock G.L Ends Ordnance School (n Army I j Aberdeen Ptovina Otound, Md. *L Ar-my Pvt. Richard M. Bierle, m of Mrs Alice Bierle, Lone Rock, Iowa, recently completed the 12- \jfeek fuel and electrical system repair cdurse at The Ordnance School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.. Bierle was-trained to inspect, adjust and.repair fuel and electrical system components on wheeled and tracked vehicles. , . . He entered the Army last March ahd received'basic training at Fort Riley, Kan'. ' The 21-year-old soldier is a 4957 graduate of Sentral High School in F,enton an* attended Estherville Junior College. He was employed by Hodgman Construction Co., Fair- n)ont, Minn., before entering the Army. • , ' CJaislfiflds Pay Di*ldend« Thursday Sept, 28, 1961 Algeria (la.) Up P «r Dei Me!n«~S _ L. .1. .*.._" ^ ' ... * - - •"!- —-- '--• • •• ----- - • - --•tt.t-.-iU-.frT-r n-r.rt- - •-•—--*• Jerry Heinen To Head Wesley 4-H The September meetihg of the Wesley Boys 4-H was held at the home of Roger Wubben. Wednesday, Sept. 13. The ClUb elected new officers as follows: President, Jerry tteinen; Vice President, Chris Nygaard; Secretary-Treasurer, Alan Asa; Reporter, Monte Hammond; Recreation Chairman, Roger Wubben. The mooting was adjourned, and Mrs. Wubben 'Served a very fine, lunch. Youth "Work Day" Congregational Youth Fellowship will conduct a "Work Day For Christ 1 ' on Saturday, Sept. 30. Members will wash cars, and are available for other work. By phoning CY 4-2845 anyone can get fast, immediate home help of almost any kind, 6r a car wash. Funds raised will go to church-related activities. INVINCIBLE METAL dealer — Upper Dos MolneS Pub. Co., Algona. **» '•> ; :- : ..^"-'' i t STRONGHEARJf DOG FOOD LB. CANS Sflpt. Harold Martin announces that the National Merit Scholar- snip qualifying test will be given at the school at 9 a.m^JVIarch 1 6, 1962." Students who wilF gisd- uat$ from highV,-school. %" , Ifl63 are"eligible and he',asks that jail 1963 graduates of the Burt', Community School who wish to" enter the 1962-'63 National Merit Scholarship competition register now at the school office. 'Eugene' Bahling, 1 - son of' the Merwyn Bahlings is the' decora-' tions committee co-cfiairnten for the SCI'S The" Limit, State College of Iowa this year's: Homecoming scheduled for -the ,yreek- end of Oct. 14 at Cedar > Fails?* 1 Mr. ad Mrs. Owen Hopkins JTredricksburg, accompanied the 'Luther Milkrs pn,a weekend trip to Fairibault, Mfnn. _.„ „>. ,. 12 members of the *WSCS 'attended 'the Fall .;-, pel. MONTE PEA S 303 SIZE $' CANS bEL MONTE • CREAM STYLE ; CORN 303 SIZE O A( r'CJ&NS Olf DEL MONTE SPINACH , , . ( 303 SIZE CANS KRAFT CORN OIL MARGARINE LB. PKGS. ILEAN Attend Meeting.;, t . Several members of the^Burt Fedeflfed Woman's club wili'bt' in att^nidance at the annual meeting of the Sixth District of Iowa Federation "o'f Woman's clubs' to be held at the Thompson school auditorium Thuysa^y,'-f 'Sept. 26; Registriatiori and' ^coffee' hour frpm. v 6:15 to 8;45 will ,be held a.m. with 3 o'clock, a noon luncheon. At a tea vvill be' held at the home of Mrs. ClarH Mechem, Rev. Sigyald Fauske, .president of Waldorf College,; /will' be guest speaker ' "Of" the day, A special guest will'"be Mr.Sr.Lloyc} Thurston, State president ."of the Iowa Federation. '' ' ,-, pf Christian Service Seminar, for' the' Spencer District, h$d"at the 'Methodist -churkh, 'at;j ^uthven Friday. Attending ' were " Beth Miller, Edna Smith,' Jenny Riebhoff, Ethel Smith, * Elsie • Lockwood, Mary Jean Andrews, Leona Lovstad, Genevieve Graham, Rowena Ryergon, Marlene. DayiS, Francis Sarchet ' and;" Florence Spear. , ' ', A-, - "'• • Mr. ahd Mrs. Clarence,, Sevenson, and Mrs. Milton ,Mehli /Albert' Lea, Minn., ',were', t gue'sts at the Erwln Schwietert'home Sun- i^£a<'«b .^.-^r>,,,... , -,?.. Members, of , the^Fortnightly Club .will meet with" Ruth Garman at her' home in Algona- Friday, Sept. 29, , . /,, • Mr. aftd Mrsc Bill Brandt and Dorothy, Wells, Minn.; were Sunday visitors at the Al Hmckley home. Other weekend 1 -visitors were the son, Larry, Maqupketa, Mr, and--'Mrs. Cliff Holding and Gebrge, Beckers. ' Mrs. ^awrence Hefly, Hardy, was a Sunday guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs, J3rwin Schwietert. " •Mr. and .Mrs.. Eugene StewarC, .'-{ JM il (J- TENpER BOSTON BUTT Pork Steak V ( s ALL V^RIfTIES MIX C)R MATCH OR » BONELESS Poa-k Roast LB. ! ' 'DEL MONTE The business that builds *j * Insured Savings and kQan ^gsppiations like ours are the nation's largest wwee of home loRns. When you jgayt with u*, ypur : ,., , in addition to earning excellent f9r>8» . . » helps develop »ur ^tii't ft savings wgount with us, Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. ' -•: >• ; D|L MONTE MsH A CANS SUMMER SAUSAGE 69 WILSONS SAVORY SLICED BACON ii\ i DEL MONTE DRINK PIN-GRAPEFRUIT 46 OZ. CANS STILLWELL FROZEN STRAWBERRIES BROOKDALE FROZEN FRENCH FRIES 10 OZ. PKGS. HICKORY SMOKED READY TO EAT WHOLE OR SHANK HALF HAMS BUTT HALF CENTER SLICED Ib. PKGS. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 5 LB. KR. 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