The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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&-AI&ena (to,) Upptr Dei Molrm Thursday, November 16, 1961 Lakotan Presents $4020 Check For Iowa 4-H Camp Jafifce Abbas was elected to activity dhairmari., She will te place Debbfah Schullz, who i moving to Red Odk/' A workshop will be held jn ,the near future to make gifts 10 the mothers. Janet Cherland Rose Ella Kahler and Valari Holding were appointed a com mittee to moke plans for th workshop. . projects to raise money for the club treasury were discussed, bu nothing definite was decided. "Beauties of Nature" was the subject of a talk given by Jane Cherland, while Rose Ella Kah ler spoke on "Color In Oui Home". A demonstration wa» presented by JoAnn Ackerman and Rose Ella Kahler. Names for Christmas gifts were drawn. Guest mothers were Mrs. Larry Holding and Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr. Nick Thomson of Lakoia presented Dr. James H. Hilion, preddent of Iowa Side University a check from Kossuih Counly for $4,020.00 to be used for improving the Stale 4-H Camp. Pic- tured'left to rght are, Nick Thomsen, Dr. James Hilton and Robert C. Johnson, county extension associate. Six counties presented 4-H camp fund checks to Dr. Hilion ai Ihe Friday meeting. They were — Kossuih, Cherokee, Bremer, Dickinson, Hancock and Emmet. Kosiuih 4-H Junior Leader members have already reserved Ihe camp February 3-4 for a weekend of winter camping. Good Neighbors Visit Andrews FarmAfBurf Burt — A corn picking and plowing bee was held at the Dean Andrews, farm Thursday. 16 men with six pickers. 15 wagons and two elevators made", fast work of picking 37 acres of corn. On hand for the good neighbor deed ,were Duane Gross, Ivan Kohlhans, Duane and Fred Ha- „ „„„„ ,„<.„ beger, John Haupert, Glenn _ Tee- home of Jane""Mitchell' Saturday! ter, Lee Cole, Raymond Vogel, Orie Peterson, Ted Hoover, Sr., Pat Bradley, Lyle Fraser, Dale Struthers, Dr. M. I. Lichter, Q. A. Bjustrom, and Michael Scott. Those who didn't assist in the corn picking, disked bean ground and plowed. Neighbor ladies on hand to help Mrs. Andrews prepare and serve food for the workers were Mildred Vogel, Charlotte Habeger, Hazel Teeter and Sadie Struthers. • Dean recently seriously injured his right hand when it became caught in the elevator belt on a bean combine. Blue Birds Meei The Biirt Blue Birds met at the' The TRIMETTE SPORTABOUT, TJjiurl/iAta. TV Series 192-A-06-M ! 19" tube (overall diag.), 172 sq. in. picture LOWEST PRICED FULL PICTURE RCA VICTOR 19" SPORTABOUT • Full-Picture 19" Tube (overall diag.) • Super-Powerful "New Vista" Tuner • 18,000 volt chassis (design average) e "Golden Throat" bound Decorator colors, compact (Jeciyu $199.95 WITH UHF 112 N. MOORE ALGONA CY 4-3260 Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lacy spent several days at Clinton where they visited her daughter and family, the Donald Hrycays, who are moving this week to make their home at Stanford; Conn. Mrs. Bess Thomas, Des Moines, close friend of Mrs. Rena Buell, came to Burt and visited with Mrs. Buell during the Lacy's absence. Mrs. J. L. Miller was the gues of honor when members of the T.N.T. Club gathered at her home for a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday in observance of her birthday anniversary. Hostesses were Benita Mitchell and Mary Jean Andrews. Members of the Fortnightly ing worship service-wilt .Be at the Burt Presbytfe?fari;£hflft' at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Ne^.' 2S Rev. William Bohi of .the; Melh odist church will deliver the message. Music will be Dy,dhe joint choirs under the of Erna Baars. Class Of 1956 ; Holds Reunion At Ledyard Ledyard — The 1956 graduating class held its five-year te^ uryon at Fairmont .Saturday night. Attending wete Mr.-ffah'd Mrs. Francis Schilfe vtjf Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. John Rosenberg, John Fairmont; Carpenter, Mr. and Omaha, Ned.: VTr. and Mrs. Ernest Burrow, St. Club will meet with Genevieve Graham Friday, Nov. 17. Mrs. Etta Holdren left Sunday by train from Mason City for Los Angeles, Cal. where she will visit relatives over the winter nonths. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Eiawcott and Kenny took her to Mason City. Lawrence Miller, Runnemeade. 'Jew Jersey, spent Sunday and Monday with his parents, the J. Millers. Lawrence had attended a business meeting in Minne- polis.- Carilyn Hinckley and Earl louth, students at Morningside College, Sioux City, spent the weekend with their parents, the AI Hinckleys and Rev. and Mrs. Svan Routh. They accompanied Myrtle.Hanna of Sioux City-, who •isited her brothers and families he 'Everett and Bob Hannas. The U & I circle met with Adella Ulses Tuesday afternoon vith Carole McGuire assisting lostess. Evelyn Angus and Vera "chwietert presented an inter- sting and imformative lesson on lard floor covering. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson returned to their home in Washington, D. C. after a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson. Blainc, Brian, and June Vaske, of Rolfe are staying at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Ervin Ulses, while their mother is hospitalized. Norman and Mary Carlson spent the weekend with their parents, the Axel Carlsons. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. Flossie Leason, Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Grouse and family and Mrs. Billy Glfford and children, Lone Rock, Lura Sewick and Roberta Kraft, Forest City, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Algeria. J. L. Miller, spent Monday at Ames where he attended a meeting of the Iowa Institute of Cooperatives held at the Memorial Union on the campus of Iowa State University. Mr. Miller £• a state director of the organization. The featured speaker of the clay was Glenn C. Peterson, training assistant of the Bendix Corporation. Burt Band Mothers will meet in the band room Thursday evening, Nov. 16. Hostesses are Viola McDonald, Dorothy Bernau, Helen Schwietert, Ann Baum- garcl, and Esther Hilton. Grace Ackerman and Dorothy Peterson will be in charge of entertainment. The Band Mothers ask that any one having a purple and sold twirler outfit at home please turn them in at the school soon. The annual union Thanksgiv- 'aul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Kramersmeier, Waterloo: VIr. and 'Mrs. Larry Meyer, .Vellsburg; Mr. and "Mrsl Bryon loffman, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs Jelbert Schealler, Burt; Mr.'and Irs. Richard Klatt, Blue Earth, flinn.;' Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Richrdson, Mr, and Mrs. Alan Loucks, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Darnell, Keith Knoner, and'Ros- alyn Bashara, all of Ledyard, 4 , and of Austte, The guests, OF ' , women'; ar'ttddrnan Tuesday af ternoomiM>s,!EsJe CSber Mrs, w bert Thdfsen, , Jes'se -Vafi Bu8klrifc,'MM % Roy felford and Mrs. Ralph - Richards.;- 4 ; Ladies from other to\yrt8 -were also guests ,a«d each • gjtfup'provided a number for the jfrograjn,' Mrs. Richards gave two readings, Mr, artd Mrs. Webb 'Mesler* schmitt of Ottumwa spent the weekeftd at th& home*'of, Raymond Loos. Mr. and,Mrs.'Rich* ard Kinseth and' family visited with them,-Sunday, irfbfning; and were dinner IgUiests-.'at. -t«e: Itoos home. •,: «/>• • ~^ •• - ,,i Becky .Hankiris-was a weekend guest at; 'the/\Raiph 'Jadoljsoti home, to help "Kathy,observe her eleventh birthday. Saturday, eye- ning guests if OK-the* Odeasmn -Were Mr. and-Mrs;' Louis TJaealfeoji, and family ahd- Mrs. t Bertha *Jacobson and, Afland. ' ' Mrs. boh:Kant;'6f Cedar .Rap-' ds and.'-Mrs.-Melviria-'Bergu'm of Humboldt • were 1 " Wednesday' dinner guests at the home of then brother, Mr. 'and Mrs. OliVei {ins'eth. The guests called at'the Kihseth home 1 that af- Carol Winter of Mankato, MiHn. Former teachers who attended were Mr. and Mrs. William Wiemer, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Li- lum of Bricelyn, Minn, and Mrs. R. F. Snyder of Swea City. At the social hour and meeting, Mrs. Schiltz, Duane Darnell and John Carpenter were apr pointed to make arrangements for another reunion in 1966. Delmar -Kramersmeier acted as master of ceremonies for the evening and Ernest Burrow read the class phophecy. The group had an enjoyable evening visiting and recalhn b school days. lichard ternoon. Auxiliary Meeting Matzener-Estle Legion Auxil- I never realized how easy it is to "Bank by Mail"! save money by-mail way, i t': ' r s ' e ' )s a k' Jn ^ " m We are as near to you as your mail box. Ask for some handy bank by-mail forms today. With Winter weather com- i.-ig on you may want to (ake advantage of this '• bonking service. OWA STATE BANK MEMBER F.P.I.C. ALGONA ary met at the Legion hall Tuesday night. Mrs. Melvin Busch,' educatipi) 'hairmarl, reported that she had taken apples to the school personnel on the first day of American Education Week in appreciation for the work they are doing with the children. She also rc- jorted that she had presented the Dook "Need a Lift" to the school. This is the American Legion's iducation and scholarship hand- b o o k containing information about hundreds of college and vocation school scholarships for qualified high school students in this area. ,, , The Unit is to send gifts valuga at $14 for the Veteran's gift shop in Des Moines. The Unit is now three members over the quota of 51 members. Mrs. Glen Klocke conducted the Blue Book quiz. Refreshments were provided by Mrs. Mary Bashara. Engaged To Wed Announcement has been made of the engagement of Dorothy Zjelske of Emmons, Minn, to Gary Courrier of Kiester, Minn. Dorothy attended Ledyard Community School and graduated this spring from Emmons. She is employed at Albert Lea as y bookkeeper. Her fiance is a I960) graduate of the Kiester public school and is employed at tnt Kiester Coop Creamery. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Professor Herbert Ritsema, director of the newly-organized marching band at Northwestern College, Orange City, has ai. nounced the election of band officers for the coming year. Included are Janice Frerichs, sophomore student from Buffalo Center, secretary-treasurer; and Juay Herzog, junior from Ledyard, student senate representative' Judy is also corresppnding secretary of the Student Senate OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark and Mrs. Albert Thorsen left Saturday for Springfield, Mo. where they will visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Lorenc for a few days. Mrs. Lorenc is a daughter of Mrs. Hundertmark. The following ladies are attending night school at West Bend Wednesday evenings: Naomi Struthers, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. Charles Welter, Mrs Ruy Tblford and Mrs. Emil Welter of Bode. Margaret Holt entered Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, for tests Sunday afternoon. A birthday dinner for Kathy Jacobson, who was eleven ana a pre-Thanksgiving dinner took place Sunday at the Ralph Jacobson home. Attending were Mrs. John Larson and Jay, Mr and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mr and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mrs. John Larson and Jay left Monday by train for Washington State. Mrs. J Larson and son will remain there while her husband is stationed ar Ft. Lewis. They will also visit at the Melvin Vinaas home at Poulsbo. Mr. Vinaas is a brotnti of Mrs. Donald Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thorson^ Ronald EllingsOn, senior student at Sduth Dakota -State College at Brookings, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin EI- lingson over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were Tuesday supper guests at the home of her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona, to help her celebrate her . eighty-seventh birthday. A/2c David Evenson: returned Wednesday to Eglund AFB -in Louisiana after a furlough .with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivari Evenson. , ,St, Joe — Mf$, Waggle Thilges, son Bernard ahd Clarence Smith left Saturday' evening for Lincoln, 'Nebri where they were cal- led'to the bedside of George Zelle>, jjiatierit? in Veterans' 'hospital Mr: Zellef,. from Watertown, S. D., died Sunday evenftfg after several month's illness. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Maggie THilges from,here, Mrs. Susie Butler, Ortley, S. D., and e brother Philip, Clara City, Minn. Euneral services will be held in Watertown, S. D. ' ^Albert Christenseh and Ronald Illg from Omaha spent the weekend here with home folks. Both are attending'a trade School in Omaha. • ' Ifers. Harold Frlders entered Mercy'-hospital iri Fort-"Dodge Friday 'as" a medical patient. • r the* Garrigan , drama, department will present a three act corned?,, ."The .Miser", Sunday evening,/Nov., 19, at f 8 o'clock in the Cardigan auditorium' at Al- flower with five petals forming brown. She has .had the plant a star shape and"'with a second thf* years/- setting 1 it out ift the star shape inside a ring. The sumwec fittd'ffleving, it inside in flower' is yellow, spotted with the fill. • ' y _ ^ ; Science Shrinks Pil0« New Way Without Stirgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain ft** Yottt, ft. f. (SpMliD-Po* first time science has found ft flew healing aubstaflce with the astofl- tilling ability t\> shrink hemorrhoids, atop Itching, and relim pain — without «nre«ry. •• . In «««« after case, whfl« gtntlr relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Ko»t fttnutag ol aU-^NMlt* MM id thorough that inff*rer« «a<J« astonishing atateinenttlika^PilM have tinted to b« a problem!" The ««cret la « new healing inb- lUnca (Blo-Dyne»)-dlscbverj 1 at i world-fflmoos research inatlttiU. This aabstane* la now avallabl* In tuppotitery or ttnimtnt /ort» tinder the name Preparation tt*. A4 *11 d*u« toonteok ' ' goria. Mrs. 'John B.- Donald Illg and Reding, Mrs Mrs, Donald Reding spent the weekend in Du- btique with Sister M. Madehn*. O.S.F. at I. C. Academy.' Sister M. Madeline, is the former Kay Ann Reding,"daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding. CACTUS Mrs. Andrew JVtensen of Manchester hag an unusual cactus BLAKE FUNERAL rfOMES CORWITH HOMES AT •LuYERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN'J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR ' T '24 HOUR AMJB;UlANCE r SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHON't JU'-2-!3322 : ((:q!lect)'. 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