The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1962 · Page 3
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Ted, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvej Fmley, is stationed at Vance Okla. Mrs. Leon Laird, Connie Hal. and Goldie Erickson spent Saturday at Mason City. Crcsco Mother and Daughter Club will meet Feb. 14 at the home 6f Mrs. Gladys Eisenbarth. .Mr. and Mrs. Lee ' Schcnck, Douglas, Leanne and Gordon spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mrs. Jean Ferguson. Mrs. L. E. Llnnan and Bernie have returned from a few days in Chicago. They made the trip via plane from Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins left Friday for Sulphur, La., for 'a visit of a couple of weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox were at Fairmont last Sunday to visit with an aunt, Mrs. Dan Harris at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zentner and Mrs. Glenn Strayer were at Mankato, Wednesday to see Mrs. Leo Keefe who was hospitalized there. The next regular -session of the Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will be held Wednesday, Feb. 7, at the Algona Country Club, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Katheriiie Krause left Jan. 25 for Monrovia, Cal., where she will visit till April 1 with her sister, Mrs. Ira Benedict and brothers, Ted and Carl Hansen. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul James were Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis. Beverly and Evelyn James, students at SUI, visited their parents during the semester break. Mrs. Nels Isaacson has returned to her home here from Lutheran hospifal, Fort Dodge, where she underwent surgery Jan. 2. She will convalesce for some time before returning to her duties at Isaacson Studio here. Mrs. .Charles Harvey and her daughter, Mrs. Roger Will, Welcome, Minn., took the 9ther daughter, Mrs. Harry McCorkle, to Des Moines where she entrained for her home at Glendale, Calif. She had been here some time prior to the recent death of her father, Charles Harvey. Persons from a distance who attended last rites for Martha Jaskulke included Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weaver, Hertha Johnson and Linda, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scandin, Ironwood, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shapper, Bricelyn, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Laabs, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Jaskulke, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jaskulke, Granada, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Jaskulke, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Naurocki and Mrs. William Jaskulke, Fairmont. RCA VICTOR TheASHTON ; New VUta TV ' 8erle§232-C-27-M y S3" tube (overall dlaa.) I 282 square-Inch ptctui* Peak RCA Victor Performance 7 e Super-Powerful v ••New Vista" Tune? e 23" (overall diag.) full-Picture Tubi $299.95 with UHF IMPORTANT NOTICE! This week is COLOR WEEK and prograrhs over NBC-TV on Wednesday and Saturday will be exclusively color. You'il 0et your best color programs in this area over Fort Podge (channel 21) and Rochester (channel 10) ANP ON AN RCA VICTOR TV SET. TOM'S Radio & TV Algona Roger Wildin of Hobarton spent the weekend with Gary Grishafti. Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte were supper guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Ukers at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Georg spent last Sunday at Albert City with the letter's father, .E. 0. Danieison. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding returned Thursday from, a two week vacation at Brownsville, Tex., and points in Mexico. Mrs. Fred Will has returned from Boston, Mass., where she had spent a few weeks with Mr. ant' Mrs. Lyle Martin. Mr. and Mrs. John Helmcrs were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmers and family, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Heeren, Ciil- dy and Susie spent the weekend at Hampton with the former's mother, Mrs. Jurene Heeren. Mr. and Mrs. William Laubenthal were dinner guests last Sunday of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter and family,. Emmetsburg, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter and Mrs; Pearl Potter last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagert ndve returned from Versailles, Mo., where they visited Mrs. Joan Lain ahd at Genoa, Neb., with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson.' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood arc going to Winona, Minn., to attend "parents weekend" at St. Teresa college where their daughter Mary Jean is enrolled. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Joseph were visited Friday by the Orval Josephs, Sr. The son Jim went home with his grandparents who brought him home Sunday, Phyllis Scott has gone to Tucson, Arizona., to be with her father and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Scott and will enter upon the second half of her junior year in high school. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick anil Ann spent the weekend at Des Moines with Mrs. Stephen Kenefick and daughters Stephanie and Katy, and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown. Word has been received of the death at Denver, Colo., of dhris Bisgard, about 80 years old. His daughter, Mrs. Ralph Longnecker (Agnes), and her husband are former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld las as guests recently Mr. and Mrs. Marion Donohue and family, Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dreyer and family, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riedel, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cook, former residents here now living at Webster City, spent last Saturday at Spirit Lake with the parents Mr. and Mrs. Chet Cook and Sunday here , with Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Harines spent last weeeknd at Manchester with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons. Midweek they were at Minneapolis transacting business and Thursday Mr. Harmes flew to Chicago on further business. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heimer were visited Thursday by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin, Clarion. Sunday, the Heimers went to Rochester, Minn., to visit with the mother Mrs. Kate Heimer and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heimer. Mr, and Mrs, Henry Pletch have received announcement of the birth Monday, Jan. 29, of a son to Capt. and Mrs. John Clayton at Orleans, France. He has been named Bruce Lee. Other children in the family are John and Mark. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson were visited over the weekend by their daughter, Mrs. S. G. Kakos and daughters, Pat and Connie. They were accompanied by Mrs. Jack Tally who visited with her mother, Mrs. Emma Knudsen. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Geieel were visited a day recently by their son Bob and friends Joe Scarpello. Columbus, Ohio, and Dr. William Miller, of Fremont, Ohio. They are on the Minneapolis circuit of wrestling. Bob's home is in Ama rillo, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gilbert wen at Petersburg, Minn., last Tuesday and visited with the former's mother, Mrs. Chris Magnussen. Enroute home they stopped at Estherville to visit Mrs. Gilbert's sister, Mrs. E. R. Verhines and father, Fred Johnson, who makes his home with her. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst were in Omaha, Neb., last weekend and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Blackman. Mrs. Blackman will be remembered as Naomi Tellkamp. nurses aid here a few years ago. The Fursts were in Des Moines last Monday and visited with Mrs. A. D. Lehman at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don West. Mr. w»4 Mrs. Ro^coe Mawdsley are vacationing in Florida and will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clemeos a( St. Petersburg, Mr. aj4 Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Margate, Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clarion Long of Armstrong, will observe their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 11 with an open house to take place between the fiours of two and five o'clock at the Nazareth Lutheran church, Armstrong. All friends and relatives are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz at Pompano Beach and Dr. and Mrs. Guy Ciapsaddle at Fort Meyer. Mrs. Clemens will be remembered here as Ella Lewis. Call Examination, Postmaster, Burt An examination for postmaster at Burt will be open for application until Feb. 27, the Civil Service Commission has announced. Glee Bullock has been acting postmaster for some months, and is a candidate for permanent appointment as well. The position pays $5,370 a year. . Competitors must have had some experience in postal affairs, and other qualifications. Application forms may be obtained at the postofficc at Burt. 200 In Primary Cast For "Snow White' Here, Feb. 7 Faints In Office Seneca — Linda Ullenswang, 10 year old daughter of the Lawrence Ullenswangs, spent Wednesday night of last week at Holy Family hospital. Linda, who had been suffering with the flu, fainted while in the doctor's office. She experienced severe pain in a collar bone, so was :aken to the hospital where x-rays Were taken. With 200 primary grade students in the cast, "Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs", will be presented by students at Lucia Wallace School, Wednesday evening, Feb. 7, at 7:45 p.m. in the school auditorium. Georga Ann Voigt, musid instructor, is directing the production, assisted by teachers and the principal of Lucia Wallace. ^ The production will include six scenes. Susan Plott is the narrator, Virginia Schultz takes the part of Snow White, Maria Wittkopf.ils the Queen, and Lori Calhoun the Queen in disguise. The dwarfs ate Tom Burt, Scott Buchanan, Ronald' Chamberlain, Jim Pergande, Ter-' ry Rutledge, Randall Smith 'and Craig Stevens. Pete Frankl is the Huntsman, Gary Jones the Prince, and pages are Jim Harris and Tom Ellefson. Chorus and tableau numbers will include ladies in waiting, mirror, a flower chorus, bunnies, skunks, a huntsman chorus, queen's attendants, trees, forest creatures, woodpeckers and owls, with the entire group in the grand finale. Special assistance has been giv-. en by Bonnie Winter in stage seen-' ery, Mary Hays in choreography, Cathy Chrischilles, Kathy Hobbs ai\d Cynthia Potter. Bake Sale The Algona high school FBLA will hold a bake sale at the Fare- way store here this Saturday, Feb. 10, beginning at 8 a.m. Burial Jan. 29 For Mrs, Weiner At St. Benedict Services for Mrs. Barbara Weinor, 94, long time resident of Brilt and St. Benedict, were held Monday, Jan. 29, at 1:30 at The First Lutheran Church, Britt. Interment took place at the St. Benedict cemetery, with Father Nicholas Rhuba, giving th? committal service. Mrs. Weiner was born Barbara Slallwitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stallwitz, June 23, 1867 at Dwight, 111. In 1887 she was united in marriage to James Weiner at Dwight, IB. The couple fanned for many years near Dwight and came to St. Benedict in 1901, where they farmed until retirement. Blessing their homo were two daughters and two sons, Lena, Frank, William and Edna. The family circle \vas broken in 1924 when Mr. Weiner passed away and again in 1946 when the daughter Lena, then Mrs. George Ferstl passed away. For several years she resided with her children and later established her own home at Britt where she resided with a daughter before she moved to California. The past several years she has resided with a grandson and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weiskamp at Britt. . Monday, Jan. 22, she had the misfortune to fall and was taken to the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt where she passed away the following Thursday afternoon. She is survived by her sons, Frank and his wife Ratherytt, Rockford, Iowa; William and his wife Charlotte, Algona; and Edna, Mrs. John Weiskamp, San Leondro, Cal., as well as the son-tn- law George Ferstl, Algona. LuVerne Burial For Ex-Resident Funeral services for a former LuVerne resident, Miss Dorothea B. Marty, 56,' of New York City, were held today, Tuesday, at 2 p.m. at the United Brethren church at Renwick, Rev. J. Paul Stevens officiating. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery. Miss Marty was found dead Feb. 1 in New York, a victim of a heart attack. She had been empldyed as a nurse for 32 years. She was born and raised in LuVerne. Tuesday, February 6, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper De* Moines-3 12 Below Zero A five below zero reading here early Monday morning and 12 below this morning (Tuesday) brought an end to a balmy three days of Kossuth county weather. The warm trend during the weekend chased a lot of snow into gutters and low lying areas in the form of water that is now ice following the latest freeze-up. A warming trend has been predicted (but so have several others this winter) for later this week. License To Wed One wedding license was issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. It went to Earl H. Ludwig, Whittemorc, and Carole Hum, Algona, Feb. 1. Visits In Oregon " Mrs Mary Kain of Algona left by train from Boone, Friday eve-, ning, for a visit to Portland, Ore" gon, with her .daughter. ., INVINCIBLE METAL ;; FURNITURE franchised ... dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. '," 0®Wy&8X!l^^ Bull Sells For $800 An Angus bull consigned to the Iowa beef'tcsting station at Ames, by Torsten and Edith Lagerstrom of Burt, from Toreby farms, was sold for $800 to Mawdsley and Sons of Burt last week. The sale was one of a number taking place at the annual sale event. Vacation In Texas Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcott have arrived at Brownsville, Texas, for a winter vacation, and are staying at the Del Mar Hotel Brownsville is the mecca for quite a number of Algona folks about this time of the year. SPRING SALE OF FINE VALENTINES IN A BANK? YES — AND AGAIN, YES! THE MOST SINCERE VALENTINES A MAN EVER WRITES GO ACROSS OUR COUNTER A check to meet the installment note payment Deposit slips on the savings account for the youngsters' college fund or that checking account plan for household expenses .... The receipt for a safe deposit box to hold bonds, insurance policies, the deed to the home "if anything happens to me" . . *.' -.'..'''. YES, WE HAVE A LOT OF VALENTINES IN OUR BANK THE REAL VALENTINES We Would Like To Help You With Your Real Valentines, Too I OWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp for Wallpaper SAVE % THIS WEEK! Reg, 29c DESIGNS 2 -sz 29' Reg. 49c DESIGNS 2 - 49 2 Reg. 39c DESIGNS ROLLS Reg. 57c DESIGNS 2^57 2 Reg. 69c DESIGNS ROLLS FOR 2 |. 79c DESIGNS ROLLS CARSON 210 E. State it. for Color Algona, Iowa Wash 'N Wear PRINTS Washable fast color "Olympic" prints and coordinating plain shades. All pre - shrunk with crease resistant finish. CKoose now from bur huge selection of bright new Spring prints. 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