The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1962 · Page 4
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v I. a < h< . i' PI rn tr in SI F, to •-M M et , Is ei ti al A fc F l v| d* .1 £ I C 4-Alflorta (la,) Upp^r CM MoJnes Towdey, March id. Biescr Is a patient at Veteran's hospital at Des Moines, receiving treatment for a knee ailment. 'Dr. c. C. Shltrk is going lo BHtt Wednesday evening where He will speak at a Civil Defense* Meeting. _o— ; Cindy Hardy, sophoinore. at Man kato State' College, spent the wdck- ettd here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Hardy. i —o_ . "The first of a Scries of leiitcii fiiid<week services will be held Wednesday! evening at 7:30 at the Presbyterian church. 'Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Julie Ann, daughter of.Mr. arid Mrs. Roger C. Scott, and Craig Joseph, son of Mr, and Mrs. Merlin Mertz. , Basil Muzorewa, African student at Morningside College, SioUx City, will speak at Worship services next .Sunday morning at the Methodist church here. The local church is helping to sponsor the student. Mrs. J, F. gilder was hostes? tb her Sowing' club Mortday. Pani Waller, sluileiit at the Stale University of Iowa, iowa City, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Walter. —o— Mr. arid Mrs. Allen Walker an parents of an eight pojih'd, three ounce 1 daughter born Feb. 13 al St. Ann hospital. They aiSo" Have a son. Jack vipotid and bcHny Waller, Algona students at the State University of Iowa, have been patients at the school infirmary recently with viruses. The Algona Ministerial Association is sponsoring an appearance Of the Buena Vista College choir Sunday, Mar. 25, at 4 p.m. in First Presbyterian church here. Willard Sriustad Will be the lesson leader at this week's lenten breakfast for Methodist youth. Hostesses are Mrs. Kenneth Brandow, Mrs, Edwin Mino and Mrs. Lillian Ringsdorf. IVfr. and Mrs. .tames St. Jtolffl Have .nSffled their, daughter, fie- lyce Dee. She was bbrn Feb. 'M at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Ken Parrish has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital after ijeing a patient there for severe! Jays with brbbd P'oisSnffig" in He'r jrm. Men's Fitffitii flf &c CMjigfbgn tlonal church will meet this eve ning (Tuesday) for dinner and a program. Virgil Guilder is in charge. ... In buying a Major Appliance OR Most anything else ... WHAT IS A PRICE??? Is it Just the numbers on the tag or in the ad? No - although THAT price is often the "hook" used to make a quick sale. . . and the sad awakening ' comes later. What is a price? Does it include • • • * Delivery — Installation — Service? (by trustworthy people you know and who know their business ?) * What are the actual carrying charges? * Is the model the one you want? Is it really a current model — or last year? * Do you find unexpected "extras" added to the price after you have said you will buy ? WHAT IS A PRICE? Obviously, it is many more things than just the figures in the ad or on the tag i WHO IS THE SELLER? Is it someone you know and can trust ? Is he AVAILABLE to back up his merchandise and guarantees ? Does he have a personal stake, or any interest in, or contribute anything toward making this community a better place to live? We at Beecher Lane Appliance sincerely appreciate the compliment you pay us by entering our door for your needs. We do our best to serve you well and bring you true values in Name Brand Appliances. FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS WE OFFER ...to purchasers of S3FRIGIDAIRE RANGES! It's the 25th Anniversary of Frigldaire Ranges! This handsome Wm. Rogers Coffee Service by INTERNATIONAL SILVER is yours FREE with purchase of any new 1962 Frigidaire Electric Range. HURRY...SUPPLY LIMITED! Beecher Lane Appliances Karen Haase, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Clifford Haase, received her School of Nursing cap from Methodist hospital in Des Moines recently. IKarrieo" Couples club of Trinity Lutheran church met Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. ,W. F. frau and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Huber were in charge. A series of Pre-Cana conferences will be held at Garrigan high school Mar. 20 through Apr. 23. Couples planning to marry during the n&xt year arid couples wed during the past year are eligible to attend. build of the Presbyterian churcli will meet Monday evening in the Fireside fbbhi Hostesses are Mrs. Homer.Kline and Mrs. Ivan Parrott. Mrs. Henry Furst Will give the program aha Mrs. John Foth, devotions. Xi Xi, Alpha Psi, and Zcta Xi chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will be hosts to the members of the Newcomers club at a party this evening (Tuesday), at Van's Cafe. Mrs. Jerry Anderson is in Charge of the program. A regular meeting of ilie Algona Duplicate Bridge Club Will be held at the Algona Country Club at 7:30 p.m. Mar. 21. Winners of lie last session, included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ev*erds, first, DellS and Edith Weltet, second, and Mr. arid Mrs. Dbti Hutchison, third. , —B—., r Couples Cilifc of First Luiherari church met Sutiday evening at the 1 church. TKei eoifimitte'e ini chafg| was Mr. arid Mrs. Dtiattfe Cafcsbrlj Mr*, arid Mrs. ftbbert Gaims, Mfc and Mrs. Richard Moen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemkee and Mr., and Mrs. Jerry Armstrong. Mrs. Fred Will and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee are planning to leave on a trip later in.the week. Mrs. Will will visit her son Milton and family at Council Bluffs and Mrs. Sigsbee will go 'oh to LincSlri, Neb; fe care for her, grandchildren while the parents, Mr..and Mrs. W. E. Beardsley are" vacationing in Arizona. Mariners' Club of the Presby- :erian church had their guest- night pot luck supper Sunday which had been postponed from •"eb. 18 because of the weather Dr. C. C. Shierk was guest speaker on fallout shelters and the committee in charge was Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christie and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. Tom Sampson went to LaCrosse, Wise, a week ago Sunday to at- .end funeral services for an uncle, Seorge Hemmingway. He returned .0 Algona Tuesday, but was unable to get to his farm home for two days because of the snowstorm. The Sampsons report seeing the first robin of spring Sunday sitting on a snowbank near their nome. Mrs. Adolph Bruellman, who has been making her home here with her daughter, Mrs. Bob Sigsbee, since the death of her husband, was in a car accident Saturday near Emmetsburg. The car she was driving is a total loss after rolling over and Mrs. Bruellman received bruises. Her granddaughter, Murial Sigsbee, 5, riding with her, was uninjured. —o— St. Cecelia's C.D.A. is planning a spring style show Apr. 2. Chairladies are Nellie Van Allen, Jo Ann Mertz, Carol Gotten, Virginia Sttrba, and Beatrice Miller, and the committee in charge is Frances Dodds, Sharon Lemkee, Ber- Iha Thuente, Ruth Sigsbee, Rose Scanlon, Jeanne Montag, Mabel Lee, Virginia Allen, Florence Valentine, Lenore Kinsey, Mary Ilia Kisch and Louella Wolf. New Milwaukee Wide-Door Box (Jars New all-purposr Box <5dfi «fr the .type now beirig delivered to the Milwaukee Road. The SOtfoot cars are equipped with roller bearings dnd both a 9-foot sliding door fittd a 6-foot 3-inch plug door, making a total opening of IS fe^t, 3 iliches. Their capacity is 70 tons, Of the 500 new cars, 350 are already is service. SenecansAre On Trip To Western States Seneca — Roxanne Volgt, daughter of the Paul Voigts, is staying at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, while her parents are on a vacation trip through the western states. The Voigts are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs of Lone Rock. Meeting Postponed The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club meeting, which was to have been held Monday night at the Charles Beaver home, had to be postponed a week.due to road conditions. The Seneca club received one of the top ratings on their exhibit at Algona 4-H day. Mary England and her roommate, Patricia Salisbury, Colorado Springs, Colo, .spent the weekend with Mary's parents, the Lyle Englands. The girls are enrolled at the Personnel / Training Institute, Omaha,. Nebr. Due to inclement weather, the girls were not able to return to Omaha until Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Barbara, Fenton, were Sunday evening guests of the Henry Wilbergs. Mr. and Mrs. : Morgan Tennyson and baby, son of St. James. Minn., sp'etf £ "the weekend with the '"Lester Osborns. Mrs. Rudy Christenseri ari'd Mrs. Martin Olsen of Ringsted called on the Ole Pedersens Wednesday and then took the Pedersens with them to Fenton where : they all visited with Mrs. Emil Bleckwen, vho is recuperating at her home ollowing recent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen lave their little grandson, Tommy Crueger of Fairmont, Minn., with hem while their daughter, Mrs. frueger, is with her husband, who s seriously ill at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester. . \ Mrs. Lorraine Foley Norris, son, Mike and daughter, Marlene Jo Anne, of . Granville, have been snow-bound at the home of her sister and family, the Wayne .lynches. Mr. and Mrs. Norris arrived a week ago Wednesday for a week's visit at the Lynch home and will return home as soon as road conditions improve. Mr. and Mrs, Marlin Wegener and children were Sunday evening dinner guests of the Charles Feyes, Fenton. The dinner honored the birthdays of Beth Ann and Karen Feye, Debbie Wegener and Clarence Wegener. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Wegener, Fenton. Home On Leave L/Cpl. William Hutchison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison, Algona, arrived here Mar. 10 to spend a 30-day delay enroute after his transfer to Camp Lejeune, N. C. He had been stationed aboard the USS Yorktown and landed Mar, 2 at Long Beach, Cal, following a Far East cruise, which completed his 2-year tour of sea duty. He will be attached to the second Marine division for further assignment. If you find life is empty, try Perseverance indicates a strong putting something into it. will; obstinance a strong won't. w®B&Qi&aas&^^ TERMS! "YOUR FRiaiPAIBE DEALER" TERMS 1 BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLfY TITONkA ALLEN J. BLAKE, 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuYerne (Home Office) Notes Of Servicemen Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yeoman of Algona have been notified that their son, Richard L. Yeoman, has been promoted to specialist, 4th class, in the U.S. Army. He is attached to a headquarters battalion, Army engineer training center, at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. •, Claire Don Schaap, Jr., son of Mrs. Clara Schapp of Algona, has been accepted by Northrop Institute of Technology, Inglewood, California, for enrollment in the Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance Course. . Claire is a veteran of the United States Army, and attended Algona high school, and Kemper Military School, 1 Boonville, Missouri, prior tb enrollirig at Northrop. Coast of California — David L. Steven, fireman apprentice, USN, sbn of Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Steven of 315 E. Nebraska st, Algona, is Serving aboard the destroyer USS Shields, which is participatirig-in Exercise Pot Shot off the coast of Southern California. The exercise, largest Navy training maneuver in the Pacific Fleet in nearly a year, involves more than 60 ships, many aircraft and elements of the First Marine Division and the Third Marine Air Wing. Yokosuka,": Japan -^ Max E. Flaig,,musician second class, USN, husband of the former Miss Marilyn A. Meyer, of,1021 'N. Minn, st., Algona, is serving with the staff of Carrier Division Five, aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea, which is scheduled -to arrive in Yokosuka,. Japan, on March 16., . '. •-."' . , The ship, operating;in Far Eastern waters with the'Seventh Fleet, ONE PAYMENT COVERS , , PRINCIPAL, INTEREST,TAXES, INSURANCE ; } , WITH A HOME mortgage with us, you make only one payment per month — face no sudden large bills at the end of the year. Your monthly loan payment takes care of the interest and principal plus building a fund for paying your property tax and the monthly payments on your, insurance. That's a lot of coverage — and It's tailored to fit your income. If you don't have this modern convenience— we'll be glad to talk to you about' getting it. HOME FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA MAKING THE KIND OF HOME LOANS THAT HELP YOUR COMMUNITY TO GROW AND PROSPER It happened 100 YEARS ago The oldest Incorporated trade assoctatipri In the country, the United States Brewers Association, was organized In 1862... the same year that IN lOWTA, ths whP'e state celebrated firant'?jreat vigtpry. i" iw»?'aA-.___ '«t which Iowa trpppa wer« .the first .to then, as nw Ind ll 86 1 RF»P ifEr^v »-r-^ _,,.Justa9lo was the f « er " t9* ' I MV »*» '»•»!» million tax dp)la , put feer means to cur state The in Hsjcentennlaf ylf^. the UnltN ', lrwr»B-'Awo«l»tItff Itill worksi cfin. o a»iff« ma,interuin«» of high sta|gj >.8f qdP«f-»n<* ale are served. gj fittftM 8. Md.Mfs. Joh kjforth st. ( ith- fif&fichrnent if, fib'fflfd thefflt rr - --• , t USS Coral Sea, which JU8I ,,-ived ih Yofeosuka, Japan 1 . The O ulp, is to spend two weeks In tho Japanese pbrt, |ivihg crewferi art ofoortU'nlty td Visit Tokyo, Mt, FUji the historic 'shrinfe city of imakurd. Anthony Jandl* feted At Tyke ?? Iri spfte of bad weather, m&re tlan''^ friends and relates honored Mr. and Mrs. 'Anthony •Jandi of Titonka on their golden wedding anniversary recently. Hos- t6ss was Mrs. Hanfofd Brock of \Voden and Eugene Jandl met the guests at the door. K Mrs. Sherald Syanes, Ames, had charge of the guest book, Mrs. Clarence Dlers, Bancroft, poured punch, Mary Jandl, West Bend, poured coffee, Mrs. Bertha Bils- boroiigh, Algona, cut the cake, anH Beverly Curtis, Delilah Peters, Debris Westoh, Marie Diers, Gather- (SfLeitAffts , , ^^Idhfltrs fit the Cavis iltfll W-filooMfleld W^re' y^Mims of broken^ the hospital at one QUESTIONS ANSWERED ON LOW COST CAR . INSURANCE , HAROLD SUNDET 70o S. 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