The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 20
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«-Af86nt» (»fi.) Upper D« Melne* triuwtJay, Ndvembef 9, 1961 To Have Party For Students Burl — Thirty-five members answered roll call at the Nov. meeting of the WSCS Wednesday. President Mary Jean Andrews presided. Florence Spear had devotions. The lesson was led by Beulah Davis. She was assisted by Rowena Ryerson, and Jenny Riebhoff. A film strip was shown by Rev. Bbhi. f The group., ' voted to again sponsor a dinner party for the Methodist youth away at college or wbrking. The party will again be held during Christmas week. Hostesses for the day were Hazel Teeter, Lulu Hawcott, Irma Doegc, and Alice Cole. Ladies Aid Met Thirty members and two guests were present at the Nov. meeting of St. John's ladies aid. Mrs. Wilfred Radig showed slides and reported on her trip to the International LWML com vention she attended at Pittsburg, Penn. She also gave a report on the Lutheran Home Finding Society Auxiliary meeting held at Fort podge on Oct. 17. Delegates to this meeting were Mrs. Radig and Mrs. Lawrence Presthtis Mrs. Ella Meyer and Mrs; R, Willrett reported on the LWML SECOND CAR SALE! IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THAT GOOD SECOND CAR (AND SOME ARE FINE FIRST CARS) PICK ONE OUT! SEE OR CALL US - AND BUY IT NOW ! Chev. 4-door, green ______________ $295 Ford 2-door, blue ________________ $335 Ford 4-door, green ______________ $295 Plymouth 4-door, gold-black ______ $295 Olds 2-door, black ______________ $265 Ford 2-door, green __ ___ _________ $195- Byick 4-door, blue ________________ $150 Buick 2-door Riv., blue _________ ; ___ $195 Buick 4-door Riv., blue ____________ $125 Chevrolet 2-door, green ___________ $145 Pontiac 4-door, green _______ . ______ $150 A variety of standard transmissions, automatic transmissions, overdrives, 6-cylinder engines and 8-cylinder engines. 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Officers were elected for- th earning year: Mrs. Eugene Mey er, president, Mrs. Robert Sch midt, vice president, Mrs, Alfre Schadendorf, secretary, and Mn James Christenseri, treasurer. The group voted .to send Christmas boxes for the boys ii service. These boxes will be packed Nov. 12. All donations are to be brought to the church or to the home of Clara • Reynolds. The group also voted to hold a Christmas party at the Dec. meeting with a 50 cent gift exchange and 50 cent donation for charity, Mrs. Schultz was presented a farewell gift. American Education Week is being observed throughout thr nation this week with Nov. P scheduled as' Future Teacher's Day. Several prospective teachers in the Burl school are planning to' visit at some college or junior college in Iowa and southern Minnesota. The Young Adults Klub of the Burt Methodist church are holding their annual creamed chicken supper at the church Nov. 9. Serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. The menu includes all the creamed chicken you can eat, biscuits, vegetable, salad, rolls, dessert and coffee. Paul Olson, Blue Earth, spent Saturday with his daughter and family, the Larry Holdings. Members of The Fortnightlj Club enjoyed a day's outing Fri day. They had dinner at Spen cer. Making the trip were Beth Miller, Lefie McMullen, Elsie Lockwood, Ethel Dremfnel, Esther Bahling, Jenny Riebhoff Clara Reynolds, Lydia Schwietert, Jenny Whalen, Ruth Garman, Elva Boettcher and Thecl Christensen. Mrs. Harm Groen was taken to University hospital, Iowa City, Wed. where she will undergo tests and receive medical treatment. Patty Groen, Velma Dixon and Gladys Doege took their mother to Iowa City. They returned home the same day. The Rebecca circle, Methodist church, will sponsor a church Family Night Wednesday, Nov. 13. A pot luck supper will be held at 6:30, followed by a program. Carolyn Plott, Algona, who spent the summer as an exchange student in Europe, will be the guest speaker and show slides of her experiences abroad. The Goodwill Truck will be in Burt Wednesday, Nov. 22. Bags may be obtained from Mrs. Gladys Hawcott for used clothing, etc., and should be returned to he Hawcott home not later than Nov. 21. United Presbyterian circles met Nov. 1, circle A at home of Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., cir r cle B met at the church with Mrs. P. J. McGuire, and circle .C met at home of Mrs. Ben Bahling. Mr. Don Hawver, Aredale, cal led at the Al Hinckley home Wednesday. The first of a series of three parent-teacher conferences sched u!ed in the Burt school, was held Wednesday. The mid-year con ference will be held some time in January and the last scheduled one will come just before the beginning of the last nine weeks of school. Members of the Burt student council sponsored a skating party at the Star Roller Rink Monday evening, for all junior and senior high school students. The Burt Woman's Club will meet with Lillian Meinzer Monday evening, Nov. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and boys were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Ella Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petersen took his brother, Orie, ^o University hospital, Iowa City, Saturday. Petersen had been hos pitalized at St. Ann for severa 1 days prior to being taken to towa City. Valgene Westling and Roger Shipler are enjoying a 10-day furlough from Fort Knox, Ky The boys will report to Fort Sill, Okla. at the end of their furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Volontine spent Thursday and Friday a the home of their daughter an family the Walter Rugers, Lu Verne. The birthday anniversai ies of Mr. Volentine and hi grandson, Thomas Ruger, wer observed. Mrs. Elva Simpson, Algona, i spending several days with Bur friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. Willrett spen Oct. 29 at the home of her moth er, Mrs. Claus Wibben in Titon ka helping her observe her 85tl birthday. Also present for th. occasion were all of her 10 child ren, many of her grandchildren and some of her great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ihnen and family, Sutherland, spent Saturday at the Merwyn Cunninghams and with other friends in Burt. Mrs. Elsie Lockwood and brother Herbert Hoffman spent Monday with their aunt, Mrs ''arl Werling at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting their children and farni- ies, the Kenneth Grahams and John Emmerts at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ladell Olson and on Jade, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow were Thursday visitors at the Larry iolding home. On Oct. 25, the freshman tomemaking class of Burt high chool, under the supervision of Mrs. Larry SoWors, served & dinner for 1 the school board. Gue~sts included Mr. and Mrs. Fred/Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sowersy.Mr and Mrs. Delmar Angus, Mr. anc Mrs. Ellwyn Stenzel, Mr. am Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mr. anc Mrs. Gerald Huber and Wm Madsen Jr. Titonka Girl Engaged To I.S.U. Student Tilonka — Mr. and Mrs. Telko Sleeker of Titonka announce the engagement of their daughter. Marybeth, above, to Harold Prince, son of Mn and Mrs. Herbert Prince of Keokuk. Miss Sleeker'is a,graduate of Titonka High School and American Beauty, Academy of DCS Moines. She is presently employed at Max Harrimen's Beauty Salon in Ames. Mr Prince is a Keokuk* High School graduate and is now a senior at Iowa State University, Ames. First Concert is Smash Hit Dick Schory and his percus- iion and brass ensemble gave the Kossuth County Community Concert Association 1961-62 sea son a wild send-off in the high school auditorium here Monday light, Oct. 30, with a presentation of Percussion Pops. If the following programs 'there are three more on thf agenda during the winter and spring) match Schory's kick-off show, the Association will have ts finest set of concerts in his- ory. „ It's doubtful if any musical ag- legation ever accomplished more in Algona (and Teddy Wilson's crew was real good in 1957, during one evening's entertainment. Presenting a program that featured some of the top instrumentalists and percussionists in th<business, Schory and his 19 cohorts ran the scale all the way from such old favorites as Tiger Rag to his own Bolero Didblo (and then some). Undoubtedly the top individual performance of the night' came midway through the second half of the program when Bill Hanley, who is as adept with a trumpet as anyone in the business, calmly coaxed everyone into his fan club with his rendition of My Funny Valentine Rogers and Hart never heard it played any better. There were three other rca' favorites on stage, too, and'they performed with the agility necessary to sell the arrangement" directed by Schory. They were Robert Wessberg, Edward Por emba and Michael Drevcs who meandered and scooted, music in hand, through a maize of drums vibes, etc., that covered the entire front half of the stage tr provide the different sounds and DOHTWAIT TO 01 ATE 711 IT'S Before the little woman gets on your neck about the house beina cold and drafty...before you're UD to your neck in enow...fix yourself some low-cost storm windows out of Warp's FLEX-O-GLASS and get 'em up. It s easy! Just cut with shear* and tack over screens or frames Only 29« a running foot at your local hardware or lumber dealer, quality ftof music a trad it from the' edffiftehJM ,'f today. • Along the Way, * played ShdW Me, HoIidfiV» ftji Percussifcn,. Ah American iff Par* is, music, from. Gam6lbt r Tht Souhd of MUSic, fi6iffe--Mi and Music Man (76 Trembbnes), Till There Was Y6u, Can Can, &«' van, Portrait in JaZSi, Heat Wave Lazy Bones, StUhiblin', Misirlou Hernando's > Jfld&twfly,, Bully Greensleeves, Slaughter on Tenth Ave. and for an encore, Jockeys. The rendition.of Stumblin'<be- gan as a take-off on Lawrence Welk, and even SChqry's movements while directing made everyone in the audiehce feel that the number had begun toltP — "a-one, a-two, a-three". Other featured artists included Fred Kramer, Arthur Schroeder and Gary Ross, trombonists, 'Dave Thorp, tuba, and Wilfred Van Vorous, guitar. The rhythm drumming of Robert Obermeyer was also outstanding as was, the use of a variety of assorted implements not ordinarily connected with orchestral work. IP IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT . Weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole were their daughter, Mrs Joe Bird and children, Pdul, Ann,. Susan, Kathy, Joan, and Stephen; and Mrs Heli QoerHch and daughters, Ingrid and Karen, all of Iowa "City, and Mrs Sadie Yanke of Mason City. Mrs Lee Colwell and daughter Doris Davis visited relatives at Geneva -Wednesday. ' On Sunday they were dinner guests at the home of Mrs Mary Colwell in Livermore and attended the Everett Raney funeral. ' SQUASH Palmer Holden of near fipton recently displayed a 45 pound Hubbard squash that was raised in that area. 60 Mr.-and Mrs. Pearl Adamson 5f Osceola recently celebrated their 60th-wedding anniversary. They have lived in their present lome for the past 50 years. BUSINESS FORMS > KUMJIK4 ANO HAWWAtt WHOUSAUti •• •- "* lf" u ' mONt MM SALES BOOKS/ Plain or Imprinted LEDGERS And LEDGER SHEETS FILING SUPPLIES CARBON PAPERS - ADDER TAPES TYPEWRITER - ADDER RIBBONS * * * SPECIAL FORMS, STATEMENTS, RECORDS PRINTED TO ORDER YOUR BUSINESS SUPPLIES AT UPPER DE9 MOINES PUBLISHING CO. 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