The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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2-Alflona (Ie.) Upper D«* MoinM Tue«toy, fabruory 20, 1»62 Titonka Women Enter District Dress Contest TKonka — On Feb. 8, local women met at the school to model garments they had made after Vogue patterns. The Titonka Woman's Club had as entries Mrs dark Milfer and Mrs. Clifford Kranfz, who was the winner from this organization. Tfte Tttonka Federated Cteb Mrs, Vernoo Winger, Mrs. Neal Boyfceo, Mrs. Carl Caffies, Mrs Kenneth Krantz and Mrs, Barley Lehman, who won for this club Junior contestants were Jane Schmidt, Kathleen Eden, Janice Larsen, Linda Fritz and Jean Ise brand, who won in this class. These winners wfcr g& to the district contest to be heM Saturday at Belmond for further judging. Judges were Mrs. A, J. Budlong Mrs, Carl Caffiea and Mrs, Ivan Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Lewia E. Heifner of Kenwicfc, former residents here, spent Saturday at the home of his parents, the Lewis Heifners. Lewis, Jr., has recently been elected president of the Commercial Club in Renwick. Mrs. Dan Oberholtzer and baby son are spending two weeks in Miiledgville, ID. with her parents and also visiting a part of this time with Mr. Oberholtzer's parents in southern Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Art Crissinger entertained their card club Sunday evening. Bridge was played, with high prize won by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amesbury and low went to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler. Women of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Clark Miller to study "The Problem of Human Suffering" Wednesday morning. Titonka WSCS met at the church Wednesday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Anna Isebrand had devotions while Mrs. Ruth Burgess led the program. Hostesses for this meeting were Mrs. Leo Richter, Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr., Mrs. Wm. Amesbury and Mrs. Wm. Peterson. Doan WSCS met at the church at 2 p.m. Thursday with Mrs. Dale Struthers leading the program and Mrs. G. Bahling was hostess. John Pannkuk had surgery at Britt hospital last week. He is recovering satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson and Larry and Mr. and Mrs?"Merle Peterson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Peterson in Ft. Dodge. Ottosen Shower For Bride-To-Be Of Paul Kampen Ottosen — Marcia Hart of Hum- bofdt, who will be the bride o( Paal Kafflpen Feb. 26, Was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Commercial Club building Tuesday evening. • Gwefl Hart and Beverly Kampen presided at the guest boofe wtee 90 guests were registered. Mrs. Howard HeQlckson mtrodoced: Blar-^ cia, her mother, Mrs, Clifford Hart and her sisters, Betty and Gwen Hart. The hostesses gave Marcia a corsage of white roses tied with blue. For the program, Debbie Scnultz r played a piano sofo, Eleanor Movicfc gave a reading and; Harlan Tofteberg pfayed two numbers on the cornet. Mrs. Victor Meyer sang Ewo songs accompanied by Mrs. Alfred: Schnltz. Helping with the gifts were Mrs. Auxiliary Meeittg Merel Ludwig, Mrs. defaW Shiflett, Betty Hart aftd Peggy Kanv Petj. f-% . " .. . , '.,-:, Hostesses were Mrs. ] Lester Wehrsparm, Mrs. H. J. Nielsen, Mrs. Howard Heilfekson, Mrs. H. D. Benson, Mrs. Percy watuetn, Mrs. Jacob Ryg,. ,Mrs. Airtone Spefch, M«, ioren 0anfeL. Margaret tUKHHtt. B*fey Knttfaoo, Mrs. K&hasft, »«»•**» Mr*. H0w- ard Thompson, Mrs. L&ffel WoY- ster, Mrs. Roy EBoeksofl,, Mrt- Doeald Cooler, Mrs. Mtte Cbyfe, Mrs. Be Vere Newton, Mrs. Alfred Schtefi*,, Mrs. Merel Ludwig and: Airs. Cerafef Sbiftett Open How* Set The (fangfiterj of Mr, and Mrs. Zjnnel wffi base an open 'house for ffieir paresis Sdnday afternoon, Fefe. 35, firwn o'efcdt taaa fire at (be Peace Lntteras cteefc afi W*s* B«4. to observe ffietr anniversary. ' Mr. and Mrs. . . ried Feb. ESI ESTT. 5* are everyone is assiteS American Legion Auxiliary an ail day rag sew% the tiffii Cfoyte home Tuesday. I'welve Ia» dies were present at the pot tack dinner. ....... the ladies will see about spotw soring a poppy day poster contest at the Twin Rivers school at Otto- setf. A motion was made to pot the presidents name, Mrs. Olvifl Hang, as candidate for county president. Mrs. Hang gave a report dft the county meeting. The Ladles Rural Cfnb and their families met Wednesday evening at the Lester Webrspann home for their anniversary party. Eighteen were present for the seven o'clock ham supper. They enjoyed playing "Truth or Consequences." Mrs. Orlando Grefstad and Mrs. David Engle of Bode and Mrs. ; Percy Watnera were Wednesday : visitors at the Donald Usher home. Mrs. Grefstad and Mrs. Engle al' so visited Margaret HoiL Clarion Longs, Armstrong, Are Feted On 25th ant to*: cw- gltti by MM. Donald iM ftfn, Ronald JacObwfl ot &• tteftfllft ' - Long, Armstrong observed their silver wedding anniversary Feb 11 at the Nazareth Lutheran Church in Armstrong team 2 to 5 p,m. Martha Schipull and Clarion Long, both of Hurt, were married Feb. 15, 1937 at Burt, the Longs fanned in the Burt and Algoita areas for 10 years and have lived on a farm northwest of Armstrong lor 15 years. They are the parents of, four daughters, Charlotte Of $$rt Dodge, Carol, Donna and Betty' at borne, and two sons, Larry and Calvin, both of Armstrong. Shower Honoree Mrs. David Jacobsen was guest of honor Saturday evening at a miscellaneous shower at St. John 1 s I Lutheran church. Mrs. Thorvald Rasmussen eraceed the program. She was assisted in opening her , Oscar CTirfttanKW Wednesday with her slater, Mrs. Mary Bfaveiidef at,Spencer, Mr, and Mr», Jamee Hjswottand Mr, and Mrs, Wm, HcweU vf«lt«d Wednesday eVenlflf at the Leonard Lund home. Mrp, Walter Oberhau of Wftverly is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Minnie Hoien, Vercne Bachman, operator of the Beauty Salon here, accompanied a group of 1? Great Lakes cosmetologists to Cherokee Monday. Mrs. Bertha Brighten has returned from Iowa City where she received a medical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Giendon Prescott are visiting the Dick Baker family in Hemet, Calif. James Petersen has enrolled in the Northwestern Electro n icai School in Minneapolis. The Ringsted Women's Study Club met Monday evening!at the home of Mrs. Kefmit Christiansen. They discussed the community improvement project with sugges- tion* for tottefffietrt rying the RIMjrted Mr«, Carl iKn&fo'» wibmllMd fdf the emifl dfflca. New: officers wert elected for the new clutr year, Mr*. H«£ ftert Ja^bs^ii, preBldMt, J*»J« Oakct, Vico ipfesident, ,«nd M«, Owe* And A, secwtery-treas- UfeT, Stockholder of the Rolling Hills golf course elected t the same ofp cere for the second year that the club hds been in operation at a stockholders meeting Tuesday evening at the Legion hall in Ringsted. Robert Reed of Ringsted was re-elected president, Hermit Christiansen, Rlnsted, was re-elected vice president and the post of secretary-treasurer went to James O'Neill of Armstrong. Two new directors, Ernest Hanover and Arthur Costello both of Armstrong, were also elected. 62nd Mr. and Mrs. 'Dan Prltchard of Fayette recently celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. Mrs Prltchard has six sisters and one brother living. Publilhlnflf Co., " "II '5 A NAfUKAt" ORGANIC SOU BUILDER . MORE MELLOW SOIL Non Burning — Odorless LASTS WNOfiR CORN - GRAIN - F0RAGE LEGUME — Try It In Your Garden, Vegetables Taste Better TRY AND COMPARE I MARVIN REDING LIVERMOftE Phone 2607 BUJINEJtf PERJONALITIK AND JfHVIC€5 AND PATR - ONIZf • • • • • • VIKING CO. GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL WE GIVE GOLD BOND Or KING KORN STAMPS BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Deoot ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner BUILDING MATERIALS \ " • **• ! OF ALL KINDS AND TYPES CVpress 4-4266 e For Remodeling. Modernizing e For Farm t Home Building • For Heady-Mixed Concrete i, Ready-Mix Concrete AND LUMBER CO. IS THE TIME TO PLAN! IS THE TIME TO SEE FARMERS ELEVATOR Buyers & Sellers of All Grains • Get our bids on your grain before you sell. • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. H. Dale Cole or Corwin C. Peer I; 419 S. Phillips St. CY 4 " 2741 Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner returned home Thursday night (rorn a ft-weck visit with relatives in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Red Ing from Whittcmorc remained in Arizona for a longer visit. Mrs. Mathcw O'Conner anr 1 daughters, Mary, Parsons, Kansas and Mrs. Paul B. McGannon, Kan sas City, arrived here on Thursday to visit with relatives and attend thi; wedding of Beatrice Bormann and James Capcsius Feb. 17 in St. Joseph's church. Kossuth County Democratic Women will have a luncheon at the Algona Country Club Feb. 23 at one o'clock. Bri'lge and 500 will l>e played. All reservations should he made with Mrs. Jim Vipond of Algona by Feb. 21. Mrs. Alphonse Berte entertainer! her 500 club Thursday with prizes j given to Mrs. John Thul, Mrs John ' B. Reding and Mrs. William B. Devine. Mrs. John B. Heding entertains the club March 1. C.D.A. held a meeting Wednesday with Mrs. Francis Krpc-lding, grand regent, presiding. The annual Guest Night will be held Feb. 21 at (1:30 in St. Joseph's school hall. A film was shown. SIX) was pluyerl. with Mrs. Nicholas Wey- ilcrl and .Mrs. Alphorisc Berte receiving prizes. Mr.;. Ralph Reding received plate prize. Returning Thursday e v e ning from Manjuis,, Canada, ! when: they attended the funeral of 1. M. Thul Tuesday were John Thul, Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Milford I'lathe, Eugene Thul, Richard Thul and Raymond Kohlhaas. Isadore Michael Thul, f>6, was a brother of John Thul and an uncle of the others. Milford Flathe and Sylvester Wagner drove to Kansas City Monday to gel their mother-in-law Mrs. John Thul and also to drive the Thul car home. Roto-Rooter Sewer Service For Clogged Sewers and Drains No Unnecessary Digging — Guaranteed COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER Serving Kossuth County — Ph. CY 4-3523 Algona Collect MILLER LUMBER CO. Building Needs of all Kinds LOWER PRICi MAX BARTHOLOMEW, Manager East State at C & NW Tracks - Algona > «>•*••«••••+«»< [ So. Phillips St. Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS Th« Piafamd L. P. CM BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THERMOGAS CO. of Algona Phone CY 4-2341 Algona BEN WIBBEIM F iy. ~t *-fc \n has had his har& in tfie building game foKa fong time. In 1936 he came to Algona and started working for George Miller's building concern. In 1946, after 21 months in the service overseas with the 85th Infantry Divi- sion he took Mr. Miller's business over for himself. New homes are not the only things that keep Wibben busy. He's done extensive remodeling work in many homes and farms around the area. He turns out all kinds of building work, including cabinet making. A job is never too small or too large for this busy man who always has time to talk with everyone. While there's a bcick log of jobs, Ben says he never turns down any offers if they can possibly be done. Ben's expert workmanship and experience is well known in this area. This coupled with having the proper tools, experienced workmen and just plain hard intelligent work, qualifies him to be your next building contractor. See him for any of your needs, no mqtter what they may be .... insulating, adding a room, building farm building*, roofing, siding, modernization of your kit- chen or bathroom, new garage, stpre building or a new home. Call Ben at CY 4-2160 after 6 p.m. and you'll always get a friendly greeting, BEN WIBBEN BEN WIBBEN Building Contractor AH Types Building -^IFarm and Town ' 122 South Heckart, Algona Phone CY 4-2863 (Please Call After 6:00 P.M.) i Your Banking Needs SAFE • CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community IOWA STATE BANK Moving e Storage e Crating We Move Household Goods Anywhere Fully Insured — New, Modern Storage Warehouse All Types Crating - Phone CY 4-2275 POST Transfer & Storage CONTRACTOR All Types Building Farm and Town Algona Implement Co. V FARM EQUIPMENT • FARM SERVICE Ufl MOTOR TRUCKS ff| HOME APPLIANCES •SSJS? phone CY 4-3501 1407 Commercial St, KNIVES Albert It. Sorenseri of Hampton has the unusual hobby of knife- making. He has created about 300 knives of just about every b«e and shape. The hobby collection consists of everything from a small pocket kaife to large butcher knives. General Machinery Repair Welding - Cylinder Boring SPICIALTY PARTI MANUfACTURM ALGONA MACHINE SHOP M. C. Oakland W. Slot* St. Ed ERNIE WILLIAMS worter? In Alons Your John 0«tre "The Quality Nome In Farm Equipment Piogcnal St. at NW " ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING DAY OR NIOHT SERVICI-THf FINfi'ST IN PLUMBING AND HEATING EQUIPMENT jut KoWtir. Rbttm k &§»• PHONI CYprew 4-4240 IN

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