The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1962
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floats firMge Club MrsJWill Diamond Is entertain' ,lflg her.vfirldg8--eiulj tnte 1 evening (Tuesday)V'' ' \.Dinner Hostess •di Rotaer Clark entertained Mr. fiftd Mrs. William Foth and family 'at dinner Thursday eve- fling in observance of her birthday, Bridge daft Mrs., Clayton Pitteiafl B/f tffi** i«.-k*i*Jfci. liilSi.fe. Pftr.fiif cu jtlc Jjinfe, bridge Vcrufe Mrs-da^ eve« '••< ' Bet CafltO to 'Meet Mel canto will meet Wednesday, Mar. 28 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. B,ex Taylor and Sandra Wohlers are hostess arid co-h6stess respectively, "UTS CELEBRATE!" COMET SALES HIT 24 MONTH RECORD! NOW! SPECIAL LOW AHNIVERSARV SALE PRICES! BIG TRADE-IKS! THANK YO.U, FRIENDS! Yourenthusiastic'acceptance of ; the great new COMETjas made it a SOLID HIT! To ' -. < • celebrate 24 months of saleXsuccess, we:sreTJffering 1 ! i ,n l > SPECIAL CELEBRATION PRICES on the -62 COMET! ? ( '•'' '' Come in and see it...price it...bring your old car for an eye-popping appraisal and join the celebration ; (; with a new 1962 COMET of your own. Today's the day! ',' TAYLOR MERCURY, 105 So>f hillips, Algona, lowci SO THAT WE MAY YOU! Horry Boekolman, abpve, well known to many of you, has been attending a pn*-week advance teshniwi wuree in Detroit, Michigan. He is doing this so that we at JQi BRADLEY EQUIPMiMT may continue to' offer you the beft possible customer service at the dealer level fir MA$SiY,f IRQUSQN IQUIPMINT. Harry had a choice of 14 courses, all having to do with the latest of industry service methods, maintenance and operation of th» compan/i expanding lines of equipment. FOB SERVICE WITH SATISFACTION i^PPF ^jjjf? MHMP WRU^^^BiwW^P ^W^^^^^" ^^^^^^^w ww EQUIPMENT Host Newcomers At Party Alpha Pal, Zeta Psi and XI XI chapters of Beta Sigma Phi joined forces to entertain the Newcomers Club Of Algona, Tuesday evening, Mar. 20. Coffee and cake were served after which the group split up to play "500" and bridge at Van's Cafe. Prizes were awarded to Ray Bissau, Marilyn Moon, Gertrude Allen and Dianne Cogdall for high and low. The committee in charge included Marian Balluff, Ruth Jorgensen, Darlene Stephenson, Karen Navoichick? Jan Anderson and Maxine Hill. ' Host Card Party "', Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel entertained at three, tables of cards a week ago Saturday evening; Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rbbert Deal, Mr.,and Mi's.' Armour, Lem-; kee, Mri ^ and Mr&. Louis McEnroe, Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, arid Mr, ,and Mrs. Walter Zentner, 'After' lunch Was served, colored slides df the Egel-Kildow wedding were shown. Hous'ewarmlng ', Mrs. Adrian Sterling and daughter, Mrs. Helen Passmore, spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday at Ankeny with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, Sterling and Mary Beth. Mrs. Lundell's birthday was Sunday and in addition to the family observance 28 friends surprised her with .a combination birthday and housewarmlng celebration. Officers, Named At a meeting Thursday of the Good' Samaritan Nursing home Auxiliary, th£ 'following officers were elected: president, Mrs. Anna Presthus; vice president; Mrs. El-.' va Simpson; secretary, Ellen Carlson; historian, Mrs. Inez Wolfe; publicity, Mrs. Martin Becker. Linda Becker, 12 dinner, was-held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beckers in celebration of the-twelfth birthday of their daughter, Linda. Cfuestjp werei the^ grandparents, Mr. "and Mrs. Martin Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Prairie Gold Council is designed to help handicapped workers who are taxpayers, not tax burdens. On Saturday, Apr. 7, Cub Scouts, under Cubmosters Ed Sindelar and Ted Charles and the Den Mothers, will distribute a "Good Turn* Day Bag" to all homes In Algona. These bags' should be filled with wearable and repairable clothing and materials and small household appliances that can be processed for resale. . •-. On Saturday, Apr. 14, Boy' Scouts, under Scoutmasters Bill Klesath, Wes Bartlett and'Joe' Collier, will pick up; the bags., tot delivery to Goodwill Industries at Sioux City.. . .^ . j ^-v.l : . I , T.V , '. \ Correction It was reported in last week's UDM that the.Legiqn post at Titonka had presented the School for Retarded Children in Algona wjtb six folding chairs'. It was the V^W post at Titonka '.that gave the school the chairs.' • FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper DCS Molncs Mnrch 21. Wednesday — N.W. Iowa machinery sale, at Emmet county fairgrounds, starting at 11 a.m. All kinds of machinery. See listing in this issue. Burns & Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County 'Stale Bank, Estherville, clerk. March 22, Thursday — Ralph tt. Walker Jr., % west and % south Of Swea City, selling 65 registered cattle. Sale starts noon, full details and listing in today's, Upper Des Moines. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Claude Wylam, sale nlgr. :; March 2G. Monday — Charles North dairy dispersal sale, l',fe north, 2',i east and % mile north of Cylinder. Sale details in UDM Idday. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. ^Mai-ell 27, Tuesday — John Marie, complete closing out sale of machinery and .livestock, located, from intersection of highways 18 ;and 44 near Whittemore, a mile n'Orth and J / 2 mile east. Dale Yun- •geberg) auctioneer, Farmers State j Whittemore, clerk, Complete sale details later in UDM. March 31, Saturday, — Carol Potter complete closing out sale, located from Hwys. 18 & 169 2 west, 4 south and 2>,4 west. Dale Yungeberg, auctioneer, Security State Bank, clerk. April 2, Mdnddy ~ Rpbt. & Don* aid Powers sale, 7 east and 4 south of Fairmont, Minn. Machinery complete, milking equip, and miscellaneous. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Fairmont National, clerk. This is a postponed sale from March. April 5, Thursday — Lyle Mines & Orville Stensland auction sale, 9 miles west of Blue Earth, Minn, on tfy, 16, then 2 south and ^ mile west and offering 600 head livestock, including 36 head Holsteins, 194 feeding cattle, 286 head hogs, etc. Also tractors, and much other equipment. Complete sale details in UDM this issue. Wagner, Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Blue Earth State Bank, clerk. Ostwalds Feted On Anniversary Wliittcmore — Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald observed their 41st Wedding anniversary Saturday evening with a number of, relatives. The guests were Mr and Mrs Wade Hanson and Mr and Mrs James Tuesday, March 27, 1962 Afaona (la.) Upper De« Me>na§~9 Voigt of Algona, Mr and Mrs Martin Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt of here. Observes Birthday A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mi* and Mrs Arthur Heidenwlth Friday evening, to help Mr Heidenwlth celebrate his 74th birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algonn, Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mr nnd Mrs Herman Voigt, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith of here. Sunday callers were Mr nnd Mrs Lloyd Walker and Helen and Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers and Tammy and Steven of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mrs Mathilda Meyer of here. The Whittemore firemen entertained their wives at a 6:30'dinner Sunday evening. John Marte, who had been a par tient for observation in the hospital at Emmetsburg, was released Tuesday. William Lauck is a medical patient at Sioux City. Leland Alig-of Estherville, Conrad Alig, Mrs George Besch of here and Mrs Leroy Graham of Algona took Mrs Conrad Alig to Iowa City Monday where she entered University hospital. A numher of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch Sunday evening to celebrate Art's birthday; Those present were Mrs Alvina Schuller of Ayrshire. Mr and Mrs Otto Rtihnke, Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach, Mrs Adelia Meyer, Mrs Aui;elia Lelninger and Mrs Jenrtie Broclgan of Whiltemore, ORGANIC SOIL BUILDER FOR Corn - Grain - Field Crops WILL NOT BURN - ODORLESS No Fillers * No Chemicals Where Can You Get More Than Super-Gro For Your Money? CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES • Higher protein content. • Supplies major and, minor nature's minerals. • IncrenscSd benefits each year. • Long lasting. • More mellow soil. • Larger root structure. • Roots stay alive longer. M Bolter legume stands. • Does not corrode equipment. • Harmless to humans and livestock. TRY and COMPARE MARVIN REDING Livermore, Iowa Algona Couple Wed Announcement of the recent marriage of Ernie Sorlie and JoJCol- lasch .has- been made. ,The couple were .married at W.ebster CityAgpd are now at home at 14V4 East State St. in Algona. Mr. Sorlie is employed at Universal Mfg. Co. and Mrs. Sorlie at Sylvia's Cafe. . Surprise Dinner A surprise dinner was given Mar. 18 at Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey's' by Mr. and Mrs. 'Bernard Dahlhauser. honoring the birthday of Mrs. ; Muckey. Mr. and Mrs. Archie" Umbrell, Spencer, were also guests. Mrs. Umbrell is the former Judy Dahlhauser. . Honor Guest Mrs. Harry Potter gave a tea Saturday for Mrs. Paul < Strand of Grangeville, Ida. Guests were several friends whom Mrs. Strand knew when making her home here quite, a number of years ago. She is the former Gladys Morland, a teacher in the school system here. Three Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan spent from Friday till Tuesday with ,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wittern at South St, Paul, Minn. The birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Wittern and daughter Jackie Sue were observed Sunday. Family Dinner Mrs. Russell Buchanan entertained at a family dinner Friday evening honoring her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Allen Buchanan and family, Mrs. Edith Buchanan and Mrs. Carl Wuiff. Daughter Honored Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elmore and Nancy, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Elmore and Terry and Perry spent Sunday in. Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Mario Barillas. The birthday of Nancy was celebrated. Style Show The Kossuth County Federation of Women's clubs meeting will be held in Algona Thurs., Mar. 29, at the Presbyterian church. A style show will be presented by those who entered Vogue pattern contest. Algona Scouts Plan Drive For Handicapped Cub and Boy Scout leaders hero have announced plans for the annual "Good Turn Day For The Handicapped" clothing drive. The drive is not for an organization's profitable gain, but rather is a means pf income for 140 handicapped workers who are self-supporting, instead of state suppbrted. This voluntary project in the IS DRESS-UP TIME FOR THE HOME "BUVS" BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME THIS SPRING . , . WITH CARPETING. FOR HOMEMAKERS DRAPERIES, AND FURNITURE FROM BJUSTROM FURNITURE. • •• • ' ' • ; ' . • ,i ' . 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