The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 13, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 13, 1962
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2-AI06ntt (la.) Upper Das Motnes Tuesday, Petbruary 13, 1962 'i'-Mrs. W. J. Slgsbcc was hostess to 1 her canasta club Monday. «Handy Howard, infant son of tlte. and 'Mrsv 'John' Rawiis; was baptized recently at the Methodist thurch. ' ' '-Mr. and'Mrs. fiatoJd Slhimoris are parents of a 7 'potind, 4 ounce daughter, born Feb. 7-at St. Anh frtjspital. .^arry Ilutzcll,- son of Mr. ami Mrs. 'Lawrence HutZell,' re'cently began a position teaching science, in the Melvin schools. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bcrtc arc the parents of a 7 pound, 12 ounce son born >• Monday at St. Ann hospital. Gene Allan, infatit son?of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Wagner, was baptized recently in St. .Cecelia's Catholic church. >. - . : - . The Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee will meet MOte day evening, Febv 19, at the 'Algeria Hotel. A guest speaker has been invited and lunch will be served. USED CAR SPECIAL! I960 DODGE 4- What a car buy . . .this 1960 Dodge'Hardtop 4-door now on display at Percival Motors . . .a locally-owned, one- owner car with all the equipment, Automatic transmission, power brakes and steering, radio, white sidewall tires with . two BRAND NEW tires op front . . . gorgeous'black and white finish. CLEAN,,of course, and priced at only . . . $ 1895 PERCIVAL MOTORS DODGE and LANCER CARS REMEMBER THE NORMANDIE? She was one of the finest oceat faces ever boffi. When World War R Started she was to be converted to a troop carrier. While uidergoing alterations to the Brooklyn Mavy Yard, a tape fire occwwl ~. ito Ronuandie by capsized « nod aod aft far taw yeaa. ..... lfi«e»eataatyrfebted,tbeeafcksthel^ cteae-to reveal a stl-alanS-perfect Vafcpar finish. A Ueaeodoa This same lasting protecfiou— with aB fe richness awl beauty is yours wfaeo y«i hsfet oo Super Valspar Varnish, ta 3 soft gloss, tew tustn SALEPBlCEOal rrawmi CY 4-418? $2.79 quart FREDERICK HARDWARE STORE \ .v^n.J-i-A ' ' A A ~A } \ \ I I.VDWL.A^.-/. The best'place in Algona lo buy line quality hardware — at a saving! ALGONA 240 At Federal Land Bank Meeting Kathy, Infant daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann, was a patient "at St. Ann hospital sey- 'e'ral days last week with erysipe- 'las. i ".:;.. Marabelle Taylor, missionary to the Cameroun in West Africa, will be guest. speaker at the worship services Feb. 25 in the Presbyter- ian'church here. C.D. of A. will sponsor a Valentine dance Wednesday evening at the K. C. hall. Music will be by the Friendly City Five of Algona and the public is invited. Couples Club of the Methodist church met Sunday evening at the church. Guest 'speaker was. Phil Diamond! Mr/.; and Mrs. Arnold Hill were chairmen of the committee in charge... . • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker and Barbara of Delavan, Minn, and Mrs. Daisy Cook. Mrs. Cook, mother of Ray, and Mrs: Walker observed her eightieth birthday. Ruth circle of the Presbyterian church is meeting this evening at ;the home of Mrs. Warren Nelson. Mrs. Ernest Egel and Mrs. Lyle Alberts are assisting hostesses. Mi's. Keith Christie will give the .program and Mrs. Arthur Hix, devotions. Richard Mawdslcy, Herman Becker, Milford Plathe and Jim and Jerry Haas drove to Rochester, Minn. Thursday to attend & wrestling exhibition in ..which former Algonan "Texas" Bob Geigel participated. 1 After the match^they enjoyed, a, vjsit with-Bob. . '£ ' Ron Tschetter has returned to Kalamazoo, Mich, to resume his studies at Western Michigan University in food distribution. He has been home the past several months assisting at the former Consumer's Market during the illness of his father, the late Joe Tschetter. League of Women Voters units are meeting this morning and evening (Tuesday). The morning group met at the home of Mrs. L. L. Snyder and the evening will meet with Mrs. John Schuttcr. Mrs. William Finn and Mrs. Jack Limbaugh are program leaders. —o— The Sacrament of Confirmation will be observed at St. Cecelia's Catholic church Monday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. His Excellency, Bishop Joseph M. Mueller of Sioux City will be here to conduct the services. Practice for the event will Friday evening at 7 at the church. —o— Mariners of the Presbyterian church' will meet Sunday evening Tor a pot-luck supper. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christie and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Harmes are the com mittee in charge. Topic for discussion will be fall-out shelters and Dr. C. C. Shierk will be guest speaker. —o— Robert Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Hardy, is home on leave from the air force after spending 18 months at Okinawa. He wil report March 1 to Minot, N. Dak ffhe Hardys had -as their weekem guests their daughter, Cindy, and her fiancee Dick Lundquist, boll- students at Mankato State College Rev. and Mrs. Newton Coughpn our left last week on a monih' vacation in Arizona and' othe southern points. Dr. Louis Snyder lay leader, will be in charge o services at the Methodist church during their absence. Guest speak er F^b. 18 will be Dr. Lester Au man of Spirit Lake and Marc 4, Dr. Harrison G. Dawes, district superintendent of Spencer. .Officers have been elected for the newly-reorganized Presbyterian Men's Council. Wes Hardy was named president, Bill Marshall, vice -president, §nd Glenn Jones., secretary-treasurer. Burton Marines is project chairman; Keith Christie program chairman; A. D. Crawford, spiritual chairman; and Rev. Myron Brower, advisor to the board. St. Aim Hospital Auxiliary will have a Valentine silver tea Wed- riesday afternoon from 2 until 4 at Some 240 members attended''the annual meeting of the Federal Land Bank Ass'n of Algona, last ^Thursday evening, Feb. 8, at Burt High School. '''''• ,'r, - f ' At the business meeting, Hugh Black and Hugh Raney were reelec* ted for three-year terms as directors. The organization meeting followed the election. ... . Dinner was served by the Burt Band Mothers. Art Buffington, vice president of, the Federal Land Bank Of Omaha, was guest speaker. He spoke on tho subject of credit and its use in farming efficiency, especially when capital investment tends to become larger. , Officers, directors and key personnel of the Algona association are pictured above. '•-'.: Seated: Lawrence Dittmer, Lone Rock and Douglas Wildin, Algona, directors, Stella Mae Breen, Arthur C. Buffington, Assistant vice president of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha (native of Kossuth County), Hugh Black, Algona, President of Algona FLBA, G. F. Van Horn, Regional Manager for FLBA of Omaha. Standing: La Verne Anderson, field assistant, Hugh Raney, Algona and E. H. Hutchins, Manager of FLBA of Algona. Veronica Higgias and daughters of West,Send, Mf Itid Mtfs Kenneth Haveffy, Mt ifid Mrs Dennis Hav« e% 4b afcd Mts' Frankilft Bads mm attd Mft Clair Hildman 6f Wtewfr. ''-••' vfif 1 i ana UtS ft <J. Capeshis and fiitttily and Ella Burke attended the 82nd wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, parents of doctor Capesius, with a dinner at Algona last week. -Mr and-Mrs William Lauck celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Feb. 11 with open-house ffom 2 to 4 p.m. in St. Paul's Lufliefan church parlors. "Mr tfnd Mrs Lauck were married Feb. $, 1922 in.St. Paul's Lutheran' church by uie late Rev. William Paulstick. Jefferf .fifties Kressin, infant soft of Mr arid Mrs'James Kressin of Lttts drSek, xvas baptized in St. Paul's thutch Sunday. Rev. Cled KflutscM performed the baptismal files. Hfi'.spbttsors were Mrs Paul Meyer and Michael Kressin. Dim ner guests in his honor were Mr and Mrs. Paul Meyer and daughters; Ronda and Paula of Ottosen, Mrs Maynard* Kressiti, Martha and Michael of-Lotts Creek.-Mr and Mrs George Gade of Algona were afternoon callers. Eldon F. Andre, son of Mrs Geo. Winkel of Whittemore, was awarded a bachelor of science degree in business admmistratidn from Orel ghton University, Offlfiha, Nebras- ga, at the cdficlusfoh of Jje cur* rent serfestef, He fi a.grnUM 6f Presentfl'tibtt Acldemyr with -the class of 1958. , • ' jeffery, Allan, infant son of Mr and MrS' Robert petrick, ftt -W tized in St. Michael's Catholic Arthur Heidenwlth i attended the funerit! of Mike McEttfoe, held Tuesda* Sit Algoha. • Mr and ! Mrf'Sam Shipter returned home Friday from Florida where they spent four weeks on vacation. the .hospital. Mrs. J. F. Milder and Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch head the committee in charge. Spring hats and coats will be modeled by Mrs. Everett Baldus, Mrs. Gordon Winkel, Mrs. Ed Adams and Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. J. B. Harris will be commentator. Mrs. Berl Priebe Named To Head Iowa Auxiliary Mrs. Berl Priebe The Iowa Angus Auxiliary elected officers for the coming year last weekend at their annual meeting, held in conjunction with the Iowa State Angus Show and Sale. At the meeting held at the Savery Hotel in Des Moines, Mrs. Berl E. Priebe was elected president, Mrs. Bob Lynch of Maloy vice president, and Mrs. Charles /arley of Menlo secretary-treasur- r. One • of the projects of the roup is encouragement and recognition of young people in Angus vork in 4-H, with a $500 scholarship presented each year to a girl \vith an outstanding record. Qual- ty beef promotion is also stressed, working in cooperation with the American Meat Institute and the National Livestock and Meat Board. Mrs. Priebe has asked Mrs. Tor sten Lagerstrom of Burt to lieac this committee. Mr. Priebe serves on the Executive Board for tho Iowa Angus Association and their son Gary is vice president of the Junior Angus Association. men. The Fun and Do club entertained their husbands at a 6:30 dinner at Algona Wednesday evening, after which 500 was played. Harold Schmeling and Mrs Bernard McDonnel won high, Roland Ostwald, travel, G. C. Loebach and Mrs Wayne Gade won door prizes. Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mrs Aurelia Leininger home were Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald and Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich. Sunday dinner guests ai her home were Mr and Mrs Johr Leininger and sons of Albert Lea; Minn., Niel Colwell of Algona, Mr and Mrs Harlan Leininger and son, and Mrs Adelia Meyer. Afternoor callers were Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmerman, Mr and Mrs Dennis Wehrspan and Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich. Mr and Mrs Joseph Priester cele brated their 54th wedding anniver sary at their home Sunday evening The guests included Mr and Mrs <5harles E.V.Kollasch of .here, Mr Mrs Robert Walker ,£nd;Mrs Fowler's W/eekly MAIDEN FORM BRA'S - Reg. $2,50 i-l:----~- Each $1.59 - 2 for *?.00 BOYS BLUE JEANS -Sizes 3 to 8 • f ^_4^---------- NOW ^ 1 ' 00 *?' Huge BATH TOWELS - Extra Heavy to $2.50 —L. 77c r-' 4 for $2.75 Girls BOUFFANT SLIPS - $1.98 to $2.89 ValJes - Size 10 only _ 88c Ladies BOUFFANT SLIPS - $2.98 to $3.98 Values ___— NOW 1/3 OFF Ladies Fine WOOLEN SKIRTS ——- NOW ALL 1/2 PRICE Ladies BLOUSES - Dozens of styles - Vales to $2.98 — NOW 97c Womens Flannel SLEEP WEAR 44-46-48 - $2.98 to $3.98 — NOW $1.59 BLANKETS, Many Styles and Colors.tb choose frorn. Large and Extra Large sizes; Slight Irregulars Values if perfect to $8.95 - NOW $2.97 BIFLEX GIRDLES - Nationally Advertised NOW 1/3 OFF Large Assortment GIRLS DRESSES — NOW 1/2 PRICE Ladies KNIT SLACKS - Reg. $4.49 - NOW $1.97 - 2 Pair $3.50 DOLLS — A Nice Assortment to Choose From i_____ 1/2 PRICE Ladies NYLON HOSE - Reg. 89c —— NOW 66c - 2 For $1.25 See The Beautiful New SHIP & SHORE BLOUSES $2.98 - $3.98 All Items again reduced Childrens TUMBLE TABLE FOWLER'S Worried? Discouraged? Uncertain? CHRIST CAN HELP YOU- To Peace with Yourself and God To a Life of New Purpose and Worth To Happiness in the Home To Victory Over Your Problems Whittemore By Art Heidenwith GIANT RALLY of all PARTICIPATING CHURCHES. SUNDAY, FEB. 18-2 P.M. Algona Hi Auditorium Rev. Ralph Plautz, Hannibal, Mo., Main Speaker. — Children's Choir and Massed Adult Choir. Mr and Mrs George Streit entertained their card club Tuesday evening. Harold McDonnell won high and Charles G. Kollasch won second high for men, Mrs George Gengler won high and Mrs Harold McDonnell second high for women; low was Elliott Waldschmitt and Mrs Gerald Streit. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade entertained their pinochle club Sunday evening. Ileuben Butzke won high, Louis Greinert low for men, Mrs Herbert Zumach high and Mrs Hugo Meyer low for women. Mrs William Fandel entertained the Neighborly club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs Frank Eisele won high; Mrs William Beach, low, and Mrs William Fundel, travel. Mr and.Mre Melvin Henry en tertained their 500 club Friday evening. Arnold Fischer won high, Robert Simons, second high, Mrs Arthur Elbert, high, and Mrs Milford Elbert, second high tor wo- You are invited to attend Lutheran Open House Week February 18-22 Services Each Nite 8:00 P.M. At any of the following Churches Bemidji, Minn. ...... «v .ROBERT MASCHKE Glenbeulah, Wisconsin ALGONA-TRINITY LUTHERAN •MM*^*. LOTTS CREEK-IAAMANUiL LUTHERAN - BURT4T. JOHNS LUTHERAN .............. .REV L. D RUSERT SWEA CITY & ARMSTRONG OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN .,..WHITTEMORE-ST, PAUL'S LUTHERAN WEST BEND- PEACE LUTHERAN „„„.„„.. REV. 5 Pittsville, Wisconsin LuVERNE'ZION LUTHERAN „--„...,,,.--, — ,, REV. A . H . KRUEGER Butternut, Wisconsin LIVERMORE-IMMANUEL LUTHERAN ......... o j CHERNEY *~ Lake George, Minn. The Mherqn Chyr«h - Missouri Synpcl

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