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fd Elect Offjcefs ._ , Uflfdfi fwp, Mothers tod Daughters club will mejet Mar. 8 at the home of Nellie Jenklnsbn. Menu is in charge of Ethel Smith and Mary Sflfchet, pfogram by Befnadette Reilly and surprise number by Myrtle Rutiedge. There will be election of officers. Our Radio & TV SERVICE i , • -•! ' i \ ' ;- • is like a Prize Winning Recipe .... Everyone Wants It i I We use only the finest ingredients and we are constantly keeping up with advances In the electronics field. The newer the set the more complicated it is to work on. Sets we have In our homes today have highly complicated electrical circuits and many, many midget tubes. We invite all of you to bring your sets, see our huge stock of repair parts we keep on hand to give you, along with our experience, 30 minute to • 3 hour service on most sets. I IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Sat., March 10, With Their 4-H Display UNION ALETHEANS Leader: Mrs. Robert Dodds; Pres., Mary Beth Reilly, Vice President, Marcia Angle TOM'S RADIO & T.V. ALGONA LOCKER MEAT MARKET — 519 DIAGONAL— NOW SERVING THE AREA WITH FRESH & -* -*„ CURED ^E AtS/* FISH « POULTRY £ CHEESES . , . Will stock packer's branded and graded fresh and manufactured meats. Also full line of home, butchered meats. Our processing and custom,service will continue'on a larger scale. ' LET US FILL YOUR HOME FREEZER I WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING AT LATER DATE I BOB HOLTZBAUER OWNER JOE DOWNEY RETAIL MANAGER TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Elm & Garfield G. J. C. GERIKE Special Lenten Services "Behold, we go up to Jerusalem" said Jesus. He went up to die. "Let us also go with Him" in spirit, so that we might have life I Trinity Lutheran invites you to make the journey by means of attending some special Lenten services beginning March 7th, 7s30 P.M. and each Wednesday thereafter. Each service is proceeded by a 15-minute hymnsing, Won't you join us ? THE WORLD REDEEMER IN PROPHECY. March 7th: Visions of the Redeemer March 14th: Visions of the Redeemer's Work. March 21st: Visions of the Man of Sorrow*. March 28!h: Visions of Man's Substitute, April 4th: Visions of straying sheep. April llth: Visions 9f a Submissive Ssvi«r, April 19th: 7:30 P.M. Communion Service. The broken Saviors April 30th: 12:00 thrpwgh 3'QO P.M. Meditations pn every hour and half h«yr on the Wprds Speken from thf Cra«u April 20th: 7:30 P. M. Commwnifln Service. Tt»« Wsrld Redeemer in the grave. 55th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs.- Wm.' Welhousen of Tltonka. celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on Saturday night, Feb. 24, at the hojne of their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Bode of Algona. Their children provided a 6 p.m buffet supper. Ardith Eden, their granddaughter, decorated the cake. The remainder of the evening was spent playing cards and looking at colored slides. o£ their Golden Anniversary in 1957. Attending the occasion were the Carl Krauses, Wilbur Welhousens, Raymohd Schutjers, Evert Slepers, Herman Welhousens all of Titonka. Ben Edens, Wesley, Dewey Valentines, Truman, Minn., Lloyd Krauses, Boone, Ronald Krause, Oskaloosa, John Boehms, Clear Lake, Jeriene Meyering, Humboldt and Carol Hulsizer, Marshalltown. Observe Birthdays A family dinner was held a week ago Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Dick Furst's at Humboldt, with those in attendance being Mrs. Ethel Wool ridge, Mrs. Dorothy Shatto, Mr and Mrs. Robert Holmes and Ran dy, of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs Henry Furst, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Furst and children Janet, JoJo Julia and Scott. The birthday o Mrs. Henry Furst, Dick Furst and Mrs. Holmes were observed. Mrs. Holmes is the former Karen Woolridge. World Prayer World Day of Prayer, sponsored by United Church Women will be held March 9 at 2:30 with the First Lutheran church,-Algona as host. Other churches taking part in the service are St. Thomas Episcopal, Congregational, First Methodist, First Presbyterian and Good Hope Methodist. Special music will be presented by the First Lutheran women. The public is cordially invited to attend. Church Meetings The Men's Latin American study class will meet Thursday evening at 8:15 in the Fireside room of the Methodist church. Mrs. Louis Kelley is the teacher. The Methodist Couples Club will meet Mar. 18. ... lurprlse Party Mrs. George Kohl was givetf 1 a party Wednesday evening in hotter of her birthday. In attendance were tfr. and Mrs. Albert McVay, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herberts, Mr.JM Mrs. Fred Pannkuk, Mr. and Mrs. ^eo McEnroe, Mr. and Mrd. ,'lra Kohl and Mrs. Helen Laing. Cafds were played and lunch provided by the guests were served. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmatin gave a party last Sunday evening in celebration, of the-birthday...of Mr. Kuhlmann's sister, Mrs. Clinton Godden. Guests were Mr.-- Godden, Mr. and Mrs.'John HelieSeth and Mrs. and Mrs. George FoX The evening was spent at cards.,, Bridge Hostess '''•';!. Mrs. William Navolchick enter tained her bridge club Tuesday evening. It is a recently organized group, the membership being Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld, Mrs. William Kraft, Mrs. H. M. Knecht,. Mrs. Don Higgs, Mrs. Dean Koob, Mrs. Duane Logue and Mrs. Walter Peterson. 24 Page Bonus Section Today's issue of The Algdna Upper ties Molnes brings a Bonus Section In rotogravure color td-our readers, , it is a 24-page tabloid special women's section, loaded with recipes and ideas for family meals, parties, birthdays, and even a church bazaar. This "Best of All Days" section Is worth filing away in the recipe cupboard, for future reference. eight o'clock. On a concert tour last season this piano team drew excellent reviews. They are undertaking a European tour this year so their appearances in the United Annette Hansen, 4 -, . ,•,. , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen entertained at dinner recently m ! observance of the fourth birthday of their daughter Annette. In at- ;endance were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Mrs. Erman Hansen,' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter and Darrell Dean, Mary Ann Hanseri,' and Carla Harig. '; Wed 16 Years Mr. and .Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Connie, Becky and Susan spent the weekend at Storm Lake with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. George. The sixteenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George and the birthday of Mr. Hemmingsen were celebrated. Coffee Party : Mrs. George Hobbs entertained at a coffee Monday morning) Guests were Mrs. William Clegg', Mrs. Clarence Fraser, Mrs. Mounl Kinseth, Mrs. Dick Lallier,-Mrs Howard Miller, Mrs. Ed Rhunke Mrs. Jim Vipond, Mrs. Tom Vipond and Mrs. Gene Zender. Mrs. Fraser Hostess Mrs. Louis Fraser gave a party Feb. 23 honoring the birthday of Mrs. Clinton Godden. Guests were Mrs. Mildred Fraser, Mrs. Gene Faulstick, Mrs. William Dau Jr., Mrs. Marilyn Flegg, and Mrs. Fred Meyer. Farewell Dinner Mrs. Nick Fisch gave a family dinner last Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. James Putzstuck, who have moved to Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. John Putzstuck have also moved there. Supper Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe entertained at supper Tuesday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herberts, Mr. and Mrs. Free Pannkuk, Mrs. Helen Laing and Mrs. Elizabeth Kohl. , Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa and Mr nd Mrs. Clinton Lighter were din er guests Frdiay evening of Mr nd Mrs. Percy Brink at LuVerne 'he Brinks have recently move( nto their new home. 'ancake Dinner Lions club annual pancake din er will be held Mar. 15 from 1 o 2:30 p.m. at the VFW hall. f Fairmont, Minn. Machinery omplete, milking equip, and mis- ellaneous. Wedel & Clark, auc- ioneers; Fairmont National, clerk, 'his is a postponed sale from >larch. Gets Gii Refund Check Tuesday, Marefi 6, 1962 Algona (lo.) Upper Pet States will be somewhat limited. The local association feels extremely fortunate In being able to book these artists. IP IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Moines Tom Frankl, shown at the right above, became the first customc of 'North Ce™ra Public Serv. Co. here to receive a natural gas refund check The check, in the amount of $12.15, was presented to Tom this week bv Pat Montag, left, manager of the gas company. Frankl who resides at 720 West Nebraska street, got the first check due to the fact he is customer number 1 on route 1 and his meter is the first read here each month. • Another 1500 or 1600 customers of the local firm will also receive gas refund checks. They will get their checks with their March 10 bill his weekend'. The refund, which will total about $20,000 here, is a result of a recent ruling by the Federal Power Commission, which ordered Northern Natural Gas Co. to return a portion of the wholesale price increase collected during 1959-60. According to Montag, amounts of the checks will vary and will depend upon the amount of natural gas used during that two-year period. (UDM Polaroid Photo — Engraving). A NEW OPPORTUNITY for the man interested in Selling Life Insurance <, Over 400 men in Iowa have ex. pressed an interest in handling cur new, modern, saleable policies—but a few areas ara etiU open. Policies are adapt* able to special needs of each prospective inwed. Backed by all the prestige ' pnd promotion of the parent Greater Iowa Corporation, owned by 12,000 lowans. Now eelling at the rate of over $1,000,000 per week. Attractive conwjissiow «"1 iwentive 'plan. Write tor detail*. W.K. NljUMN, PwVtnt GREATER IOWA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 4 wA9//y-pwi«f wWttlqy qf W» Qrester Iowa Corporation 4931 PQUGMB AVENUE * DES UQINES 10, IOWA March 7, Wednesday — Henry 'eddersen sale, Ms north on black- up from Dolliver, then 2 east and Vn south of Ceylon corner and 2 east. 114 head livestock, machinery, etc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; State Bank of Ceylon, clerk. Details in UDM today. March 10, Saturday — George E. Fandel sale, 4& west and % south of Whittemore. Machinery, pullets, bred gilts, calves, etc. Complete listing in UDM today.-Arnold & Quinn, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. /' March: 10,'Saturday — Mrs.;Ben Block sale, 2 miles west ana % mile north of Ottosen. Machinery and equipment. Andersen & Kleve auctioneers; Iowa State Bank West Bend, clerk. Details today. Thursday, March 15 — Joe Bramley sale (postponed from Monday, March 5). Complete closing out, machinery, etc. as listed in detail in today's paper. At farm located V4 east, 1 south, 'A west and '/a south of Cylinder. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. March 20, Tuesday — William Brass sale, at farm located 1 mile south and V4 mile west of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, Fenton, clerk. Details later. March 27, Tuesday — John Marte, complete closing out sale of machinery and livestock, located, from intersection of highways 18 and 44. near Whittemore, a mile north and Vz mile east. Dale Yun- geberg, auctioneer, Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Complete sale details later in UDM. Edw. Zinnels Honored At West Bend Oltosen — Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel celebrated their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary at the PeacS Lutheran church parlors at West Bend, recently. They were married February 16, 1927 by the Rev. Immanuel Kitzmann at the Lutheran parsonage at West Bend. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, who also attended the anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Zinnel are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Leslie Zinnel, who is a senior at Twin Rivers high school at Bode. Leslie Zinnel presided at the guest book at which about 120 were registered. Mrs. LeRoy Worby and Mrs. Louis Jacobson were in charge at the gift table. The Zinnel's grandchildren, Tommy, Patty, Bonnie, 'Brenda and Carrie Jacobson sang "Round and Round" accompanied by Mrs. James Jacobson. Rev. Weiss gave a talk and prayer. Martha Usher sang "Bless This House" accompanied by Mrs. James Jacobson. Dining room host and hostess were Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Zinnel. Mrs. Essie Copper poured. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. LeRoy Worby, Mrs. Dean Telford, itrs. Ralph Jacobson, Mrs. Allen Wehrspann, Mrs.. James Jacobson, Mrs. Bertha Jacobson, Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Pianists Oiler Final Concert April 2, Monday — Robt. & Donald Powers sale, 7 east and 4 south The last number of the current season's Community Concert Series is scheduled for Tuesday, March 13, at the high school auditorium. Two of Canada's most outstanding musicians, the husband-and- wife duopianists, Margaret Parsons and Clifford Poole, pictured above, will appear in, concert at NOTICE WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY IN PREPARATION OF OUR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION DOORS OPEN THURSDAY EVENING AT 7 P.M. READ'S FURNITURE AND CARPETS, INC. "WEST QF GOURTHOUSf SQUARE" up After ]] years of scientific testing . . . 60,000,000 sleep recordings prove you get sounder sleeo with BEAUTYREST ResearcrTwas conducted by the United States Testing Co. in laboratory sleep rooms. Actual people slept on all the leading types of mattresses. Electronic equipment recorded their brain waves . . . heart beats. The findings: Beautyrest gave longer periods of sounder, deeper, unbroken- sleep. 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