The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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Church Choir At Lone Rock Seeks Members Lofte, flack — U.P.W, of thsi Lone Rock, Presbyterian church will meet Set. 5, Devbtions will 'be led by fytrs, Edward Blanchard. Mrs. Art Person will be in 'charge of the program. The,top. ic will be conversations on Ecu- • menical Missions, Hostessess will • be Mesdames Ralph Hammerstrom, Jesse Blanchard, Milton Madison, Eldin Marlow and Mary ' Genrich. , Presbyterian church circles ' will meet Oct. ,19. The topic will be Hallelujah, Christ is Risen, The Lucille circle will meet in the home of,. Mrs. Merwyn Marlow. The JeSspn; will be by Ruth ; Blanchard. The Thelma ' circle will meet at the Jesse Blanchard home with Mrs. Clair Bellinger assistirtg^Mrs.' Roy Jensen will present the lesson. .The Patsy circle will,meet in the Mrs. Bob .Marlow home. The lesson will • be presented,: by Emma - Hinz, ,, The church choir will practice Thursday/evening at 7:30. Mrs. •Milton;Madison'' is Me director. Anyorte wlio'would like 'to sing; •with the group is welcome ana invited to attend. home. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber vis ited Mr. Weber's sister and hus band, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz in Canton, S, D. recently. Mrs. Charles Osborn, 'Mrs Milton Madison and Louise "God den of Lompac, Cal. were' cof fee guests Wednesday at the P M. Christensen home. Mr. and Mrs, Artdy Petersen of Galva attended the Krueger family reunion last Sunday ii the Charles Morris home. Mrs. Milford Mitchell was hostess Wednesday honoring Tena Jensen's birthday*. Present were MrsV Roy Jensen, Mrs. Rogei Jensen, Mrs. Eric Seegebarth, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. All Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lee and Tena Jensen. Mrs. Frank was unable to attend. Mrs. Howard, Bierstedt visited in the Bertha" Kressin home in Fenton Wednesday. Homecoming Change ; • The Sentral high school Horne* coming has been postponed from Oct. 7 to Friday evening, Oct. 27. at 7:30 p.m., when they will meet ;. Thompson at Sentral. , Mrs. Emma Hurlburt of Lone >,;Rock and Mr. .and Mrs. HarVey 'Rath of Algona -were Friday afternoon callers in the Dale Schroeder home. Sunday afternoon guests in the Schroeder home .were Mrs. Emma Hurlburt, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and •family, Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Hurlburt and family. The group celebrated the birthday of Mr Schroeder. Mrs, Rose Kraft of Lone Rock /and Mr.- arid Mrs. Jim Walker and family of Algona visited Sunday in the Harvey Laabs family at Fairmont, Minn. • Mrs. Mary Genrich attendee, the Kossuth County Rural Car- 'ners meeting Saturday evening in the Morris Givens home at Titonka. : , ', Mrs. Delmar Angus -of Burt was honored at a surprise birth( day party at her home on Sunday by relatives. Guests'were Mrs, Mary Genrich, .Mr. and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, Janelle and Dayid, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith and Kevin, all of Lone .Rock. Wednesday afternoon guests in the A. A/'Krueger home were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Mrs Milford Mitchell, Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Florence Macum ber of Algona. Mrs. Florence Macumber of Algona spent a few days visiting in the Roy Jensen home in Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Garryl Householder and Vicki and Mary Faith of Madison, Wise, were Sunday guests in the Carol Olson home K 1 i Ll . vetrmoro - The group celebrated the birthday of the Olson's daughter Ruth. Mary Faith is visiting a few days in the home of her sister, Mrs. Garryl Householder and her family Sentral high school band'will participate in the Estherville Band 1-estival Saturday Oct 7 n,!L quee . n fo ?: Sen fal is JoAnn Dieyer, daughter of the Frank Dreyers of Lone Rock Mrs Emil Brandenburg of Colorado Springs, Colo, visited recently m the Dale Schroeder hom e Th schroeders lived in M? Brandenburg home when Mr. Schroeder was in the ser vice in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegenor recently attended a party in the Jess Lashbrook home in Algona Mr and Mrs. David McKim and Kalhryn of Bruin Heights, Maryland were Thursday evenim, supper guests in the Wegener CEILING TILE You don't have to be a Handy. Andy to do a perfect job of installing acoustical Jile on an old or new ceiling. We'll tell you the easy way and we'll get you slatted right. For quietness and beauty there's nothing like an acoustical ceiling. Comp in soon and see the many new designs for every room in ypur home. Use our budge! plan. BRONSON BID'G. SERVICE Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mfsv JSlkabelh Kennedy am Mrs. Edmund Larsen entertainec the Rebecca Circle of the Bur Methodist church recently. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Thompson of Minneapolis came honte Fri day night to spend the weceknd Hwy. 18 Algona The Portland Social Club will meet Oct. 12 in the home of Mrs. Wendell Christensen. There will be election of officers. Mrs. John Carlson will be in charge of the program' and Mrs. Jesse Harms will have the surprise number. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young and'Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Kain were Sunday dinner guests: in Joe Loebach home, at Whitte- their parents, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs Edmund Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson were Saturday supper guests in the J. R. Thompson home. Erling Frette of Blue Earth was a Sunday dinner guest in the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed- muttd Larsen home. Mrs. Mervin Bristow of Irving- ion and Mrs. Donald Carroll and aaby, Bruce Allen of LuVerne were Visitors in the Bernard am Chas. Phelps home Wednesday afternoon. Chas. Phelps is a ;reat-great-grandfather to the baby. , ' David Brown, track coach a 5urt, took David Harms, Larry bhnson, John Lovstad and Alin Geilenfeld to Iowa City earlj Saturday morning for track They returned home late Saturday night. They visited the Cattle Congress at Waterloo and had the Amana colonies. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter entertained in their home at a dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Griggs and daughter Karen, of Tucson, Ariz., Mr, arid" Mrs.' Claude Seely of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family "of' Burt. U Sunday 'guests its th were Mr., ana, jv Ronald and. Judy , e Mrs. Everett JDanlela ter Margofy all of * and Jenny Harms Mr. and Mrs. Albert *« family were afternoon 1 Mr. and Mrs. William 0,,«, n p, 0 n Sr. of Lone Rock were Suttdav evening visitors, -, , Jake Smith was take^^ St. Ann hospital, 'Algom day morning. He 'was' "" * from pneumonia. It - •„„„, xjrs( feared he had suffered' <& \heart attack. i • *i * i' Mr. and Mrs. Robert iWood'and Jean were Sunday eveittngVvis* tors in the parental W, ApWood lome in Algoha. Mrs. Stanley Ruse and Leroy, Virs. Edward Harms and,Dougas, Mrs. George Hlx and 'Mrs Victor Fitch and Kore'ne' dropped in Monday afterriooh to surprise Mrs. Dwight Ruse-on her birthday, bringing a birthday cake, jello and sandwiches. "It isn't the servants that come at your call; it isn't the things you.possess, whether many, or little—or nothing at all; It's service that measures success",, It's A Boy Mr, and Mrs. Charles HallBau- er, Sioux City, became .the/parents of a boy, Sept. 28 at Lutheran hospital. The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 12 ozs. and has been named Michael Richard. Mrs. Hallbauer is the former Ruth Zurhach daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Aft Zumarh. I.nrtp T?nr>b- Tk« '«i.i_£ > 'SSBfifc^' ta i at , ot* tt Club' day eveihiftg al theThomYoi ela Kaitfffflfln, '-< Officfrs-'eieeted „,„,. leen MtfellerV president} ., Slefanski, > vice president) „„„dace Vatidt, 'secretary? 'Audrey Bergum, treasurer; Sylvia, Sullivan, historian; Jill Jenseri,' report* er; KbJtenhe ahd Frtihcene Stefanski, photographers'. Five new members were Enrolled in the Seneca Stars at this meeting. They'are: -Anne Fort-* ney, Linda Kracht; Kathy Ber-i gum, Becky Jensen, and D"onna Hansen. Linda McDonald was-a guest and'is a prospective member. Leaders for the year will Be Mrs. Art Bergum ahd Mrs. Hob- &&, ul^^l-ll,:^!.'., .^L'A,, &. .t!'' '"' "'' f'' *' ';'•** ^ Homemakers Mef Aurt efeefe,kdi|tej«alfeer9 sept awn the eamtMmlty «>6m ' ae,,8. afesdii aftd Mrs. -ftos'&te Mflwdsley, Jr. » t 9? tt ''In>WftJl«<»J»« #W Mf s, Jehu Scuf&am. and fficers Were elected. ,fKey' rsvRotfald.Gar'dne'ry 'chair T T' * T "i" j-vwiieiiu T-UUI uiieri criair* matt, 'MfS., Hollls, .BehscHatel', Vice eMSlfmaft, Mrs. Floyd Bode! secretary, ,,and' Mrs. Mike Sch< mldt) trea'surei*, A workshop 1 will be held Oct. 13. at the MetHodist churchJttAl^na, Mrs. Randall Clark outlined highlights of th^ 1962 prdgraht and Mrs. ,Waltfer Campney t6ld'' of her trip to Washington, D..C., • ' .SOYBEANS Art Schmith, who farms south- i*£ ?u Pt°*? e > » had a soybean plaht that had oVfef 180 pods , — ^-"—" «•*• *>*-» , cj^AVk AT41 Of f\il Zumach, Lorte Rock. The 'paternal grandparents are Mr. ^ano. Mrs. Fred Hallbauer, Cherokee, FUNERAL SERVICE t Ambulance and Air Charter Alflond CY 4-3731, Burt Phone 233 1962 Rambler Ambassador V-8, the action-packed compact, ' f New Sfyle! New Savings! New Safety! New Lower Prices on Most Models! New Lounge-Tilt Seat Adjust front seat cushion hydraulically for comfortable knee height. Optional. New Double-Safety Brake Syitem Tandem master cylinders, one for front brakes, one for rear. Standard. New Road Command Suspension New springs, new control arms, new outer ball joints, new steering ease. . Rambler Classic, Ambassador V-8. New 33,000-Mile Lubrication Most Rambler models require lubrication only every 3 years or 33,000 miles, whichever occurs first. New I- Year Engine Coolant, Dowgard Fulfill Coolant protects cooling systems. (Low cost.) 24-month, or 24,000-mile warranty.* New 4,000-Mile Oil Change Now go twice as long between normal engine oil changes. Oil filters standard. New Battery Guarantee Doubled If battery fails within 2 years, or 24,000 miles, it will be replaced without charge.* JVeoj-Best Rustproofing Deep-Dip rustproofing up to.the roof, zinc-clad below-door body panels.' New E-Stlck No-Clutch-Pedal transm|ssl« No-clutch driving at a fraction of usual cost. Stick-shift economy. American. New Wider Track Wheels Classic and Ambassador have widest track of any compact. New stability. 102 Ways New and Better... Take a Discovery Drive and See 1962 Rambler Clas.ic Six, the all-purpose compact. Come discover how you share Rambler's progress! Dis. cover new beauty in cars more useful, mo?e livabe more service-free. Cars that resist rust, slay new long r,' cost less. Discover new performance, handling, corner! mg ride. Interiors that rival $6,000 cars. Discover much more car for your moneyl New Gas-Saving Automatic Transmission New Flash-0-Matic for 6 cylinder cars. Near standard shift economy, Optional, New 11% More Road Clearance 27% more road clearance in the *62 Rambler Classic &ncj Ambassador V-?, 19% more in Rambler American. New Improved Ceramic-Armored jMuffler If Ceramic-Armored muffler or tailpipe rusts out (collision damage cxcepted), a Rambler dealer will replace it free as long as original buyer owns his Rambler. *NOTE: M* |N2 (Um&kri pwctuu) Inm M luthofUtd Bfn!)Uf dttltf. |l 6»tt«» Uill 0( cwUal lukiduiioi Hilt 2 IfUt Of 24.000 nillM, yfclcfc. «»« wtun lint (alWM, »«ll- |HM. " KtMMt tKWM), liltl* 1963 Rambler America C onvert ibl e , New mm RwllnJng Bucket $&% Nothing smrpa«8?« them at any price, Five positions, "- L - - • • - '* f ' OF COMPACT CAR ^^^ ««^^ • ~ ^*** *F wm-^f^^^ ^P ^»:^» w^-f-'w «^- w-* 'W^**** w ?w» WTW* WflwipWpWiT'HHB DAU'S GARAGE-125 South Podge St-Algona, Iowa SPECIAL! CARTRIDGE TYPE CAULKING GUN Do-it-yourself I • Make vour hem« »', r «nd* ' ^ and water «ghf. I^K3,5aSJSSl ^.JJ.29 ic operation. Just drop metal or paper cartridge in gun and yoti're ready to work.. , SHUR-CALK REG. 45e 24 e SAVE2U C SAVE 4le CAULKING COMPOUND Easiest, morf economical way to caulk and seal. For use with all standard aunt. Compound won't run, sag or crack Cov. t« 15 to 20 lineal feet. 9 FOOT EXTENSION CORD SET HAMMER N«w J ouflot .xt,nif(»ri cord Ni fn fh» modern FLAT ifyU; -flrown pl«t!e cord, heavy dufy eontacfi «nd molded-on cap with ipring bladei. REG. $» Q^l $2.79 ^I^T 1 A ntw Briar Edg. hammer by fru« f«mptr with t*n;pir(d «4*«|, head finlihtd black. Rr» L ' •ntd wood hand!*. TRIM BRUSH WITH THE PURCHASE OF A 3-ln, WALL BRUSH • »•' AT THE LOW SALE PRICE OF $]99 REG. PRICE $2.75 i An extra heavy 3 Inch bruih for superior results on large areas, inch straight brush to finiih the fob. Both brushes have all sterilized pure black hog bristles, FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES 60% off National Brand Prices ~ 8 to Customer 8c EACH - 5 For DC Inch ELECTRIC DRILI $9 f f7 Portable Power Tool For The Home Shop, with 3-geared chuck and key. Motor Is Fan cooled. Takes all Attachments. Regular $18,98 HOUSE BROOMS, 5 Sewed Made of Finest Straw Broom ONIY •—.-., $1,19 ANP POZENS OF OTHER FAIL SPECIALS Welcome to 13th Band Festival if C (ILL EN RDWARE AIGONA

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