The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1962
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To Fete High nun Alhfetf! were - ing- of baflqu m : abiejfo at ttie-fiu the annual /Award Nigh Monday's meet" "•" Club. The, be,_open to are avail- yneimgr 'or , schpo/. meeting wplon of Che fund coleldon f&Vm annual Santa Claus'my treats^ '*• ,The cHmak-'of Mondays -meeting t was a talk given by Clay Andrews of K1CD weather bureau.: -! ; Really" Big Man A snow 'man who will be with Burt folks for some time is the • one standing in the 'front yard of the Mike Baer home/ He is over 10 feet tall and about that large in circumference at 'the bottom. He was made by the Baer'jf soriy Jimmie. • Named treasurer Judy Mitchell was ejected treasurer of the Sub-District MYF, Sunday at .the Sub-District Banquet 1 and mating Held at the Algdna Methodist chuffih. Attending the 1 ' banquet from Burt were Judy Mitchellf Pat Schwtet- ert, Frances "McDonald, Carole and Roseanne Wiener, Donna Schrader, Judy and Raymond Spry, Gerald Hilton, and Rev. W. G. Bohi. , t Woman's Club 'Met Mrs. Ethel Dremmel was hostess Monday evening to members of, the Burt Woman's Club. Assisting her were Nelle , Dremmel and Marlene Stenzel. Frances McDonald sang a vocal ' solo, accompanied by Edna Baars. Wallace Hawcott entertained With slides taken on their recent California trip. The next meeting, of the, club wilj be held at , the' home 'of Rowena^ Ryeribn Apr?; a." "* 't, viw^VL-..,- , _ _ 4*y SchrllffeFnome atfc>hi H6ckfwdfix, fitting, „ _...'. Mr. aflf Mrs, §111 Holmseth eh- tertaifled Sunday in honor of theft daughter, Sh6fM Jo's birthday aftf niversary. Quests were her grand* «+«**» «*i*'li*«J. MfS( Rudolf ft at, Minn., ard C. Holmsetn, i>» Andrews, fndianola, and ?am Andrews, bea Moines, spent' the weekend at the parental ueaji Andrews horned ,, • , ' Lura Sewick, Forest City, spent the" "weekend with Mrs. Flossy 6rt aiid'oUier^ relatives and "rlends, - -' 5 Mrs. Nora Garner and Nettie Wisher were hostesses at ,'a 10 j'clock turkey dinner Sunday in ionor of the birthday anniversary of,Grover Qiddings. Quests.were Carol Etherington, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giddings and family and tne' honored guest. /Mr. and Mrs.' Russell Castor, Sutherland, were Sunday afternoon callers-at the Al Hinckley home. • I'the Fidelfs 'Class will meet with tfma Pratt Mar;" 28. Etta Holdren assist heft Bertha Wallace will iaye the prdgram.t Irvingfon Ideals ,'lrvirigiOn'ideals 4-H club met at the home of,Ellen and Vicky Siemer Mar. i7. Five mothers were present. .Linda Bristow gave rules and regulations to' members. Lynn Arndorter gave a talk and demonstrations were given by Rachel Jenkinson, Anne Penton and Linda Bristow. Courtesy was by Ej* len and 'Vicky, Siemer. Country Girls Creed Was recited by Linda Bristow. Next meeting will be Apr. 21 at the 'Bristow home. ; b*tf * .HeTiif., •• , Dietrich at. hone Association in Cedar Rapids Monday and fuesday; f His is held yeirly, lad, was .'tne sixty-seventh such meett i«ig« •'',"• , > Titonka Pf A met at the school March 19, The mixed chorus, con* sisting of 90 voices of' the high school sang three numbers and the girls sexette alsp sang a num| §er. Don R. Potter spoke on spe* clat education. Refreshhiehts' were served by the Mkrch 'etfffiniittfee. " . $SCS of ' Titbnka M"ethbdist church met Wednesday afternoon, DT&votten'S'were led by MrsV Sadie 1 Denton and the lesson was presented by Mrs. Carl F. Callies. Social committee for this meeting were Mrs. June Sparks, Mrs. Fay Callies and Mrs. Fern Kiwlnger. Parent-T e a c h e r conferences were held Mar. 24. Twenty local MYF members attended a sub-district meeting at Algona Mar. 18. PET DEER Wright County has a pet deer, Dr. George H. Gitz and Dr. T. G, Schalk have cared for the young animal since it was rescued from a snow bank earlier in the winter. The deer was six months old when it was found crippled December 27. It will be kept at the county 'farm Lone Rock Men Comoefe In A Lone hock «l Marian Harlan Hutehirisoh and._. left Wednesday JorJpes Mi ebhlpete Ift' ' Ihe Afltf Tournament feeing heW, an's Auaitoriuffi.'6ii ff went to'towi City wn;ef|j ffi pete*d in the state Bowling men*. Thfcy retarh&l heMe evening. ome Talent Shdw ' ' '-Ll.t A Home Talent show wllrlbc presented Tuesday,evenings*-Mat. 2?, at 8 p.m. at the Sentrai school. Une of tne teatures wili fc*<ft||e Kossuth County, Barber"shoppW Chorus. Lunch wjll be swveTcftl* the Sentrai Band 'Mothers. y * S/Sgt, Gordon Wegerter, Anchpf- age, Alaska, was an overnight guest in the Walter Thomj home Friday. Evening e were Mrs. Russell Thomi Burt, and Mr. and Mrs;.' 1 . Wi Thompson and Lyle and L Swea City,' Lenore Circle met Thi with Neva Thompson with''! Walter Thompsbn co-hostess. i v Wm. Knoll was'in charge of the lesson. ' ' - K Ruth "Cu-cle met Thursday witn Mrs. Robert fortney with Mrs. Albert Shaser as co-hostess. Mrs. Bernard Miller was .in charge of the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. John BehrendS were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pretty t at Emmets* burg. Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Krueger and Kermit were Thursday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Behrends. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen went to Sioux City last weekend on business. On their way home they stopped at Sac City to visit the Glen Hughes family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Madsen, Ringsted, were Friday, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen. „ , Mrs. "Merna Gregson and'Mrs. Dora Dremmel who cook? in the Algona school, visited the Lone Rock school Friday'during the lunch hour and were guests,of Mrs. Rose Kraft and Mrs. Alfred Peterson* 9?,-t.Mt Alcana «a.) INJURED Eugene Stock of near Lake View was injured recently while unloading silage into feed bunks. He became caught in a fork type wheel. His wedged body fortilnately stop- |ied the tractor. He suffered a cracked pelvis and cuts on his left leg. TRIPLETS Although triplet lambs are not uniidmmc-ttV it is quite uncommon for one mother sheep to have her third set of triplets. This happened at the Ted Geerdes farm east of George recently. DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALOONA For a glorious week-end in Minneapoli* Al th* N«* Holtl Maryland, on iny week •nd. you will g«i t lart* .double room, brMkfMt Tot two in th» Wiryland'i fibu lout Orleani room, fret TV and parking Free lodging to child ren under 14 when accompanied by pirentt. Special Mduced rant ai fb*al«rv MO DOOM! MO «f AHKLIN* TIUIATH) ¥ ppfoximately/' 85 Ijnembers 1 aric guqsts were present.;at the* annua guest-anight J .,.% '."tite^ Bifrt 3?—' Mothers. 1 when mempers, enter ed * their 'nugbaflds'^af a *6:3C luck supp6K>ai;; the school; . The"ffiiilor'*b*and 4 entertained w]th severa| >f< selections. They wfere directed by William Holmseth? Other entertainment included, Eli^ks shown by Ron Charlson on his fishing trip to Great Bear Lake in Northern Canada. Busy Schedule The Burt Band -Mothers have a busy calendar of events scheduled 1 for the next month or so. .' On Saturday, members of the executive board met and made ' plans for the purchase of new twirler uniforms, > On M?rch 27,,Group III served lunch at the annual Farm Service Co. meeting. On AP r - I 6 - the Band .Mothers will serve the annual Lions Club Athletic Banquet , The 1962-63 officers, will be elected at the April meeting of the club. The nominating committee is Pat Kohlhaas, Betty Miller and Grace Ackerman. Titonka Church Calls Pastor .Titonka — The'local Good Hope Lutheran church has called Rev. A. F. Gerstmann, now serving St. Paul Lutheran church W Tama, and he has accepted, planning to come to the Titonka church soon afte'r Eapter. They have a family of two,' -ttoothy and Steven. Shower- ; Honoree 'A post nuptial, miscellaneous shower was held Mar. 17 for Mrs. Kerry Hili; A short and appropri- s program ,was presented, after w))ich the bride opened her gifts, Gunch was served. Hostesses were Vfrs. P. vHaines, Mrs. -D. Sathoff, Mrs. J. Stott, Mrs. Dan Wubben, Vfrs. D. Norland and Mrs. H. Isebrand. , Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs h&ve returned home after spending several weeks in ^exas and Arizona. Music Festival The mixed chorus of Titonka high school was at Ledyard Tuesday afternoon where they participated in the Vocal M.usic Festival. Some 10 schoojs' were represented and several hundred voices took part. Mrs. Katfe !Bode is stjll confined at Britt hospital where she'is recuperating from a fracture she suffered'earlier in a fall in her home. Verla and Bill Brandt visited her Sunday and Monday Mr. and Mrs, John Rode, Mrs. Maggie Boekelman, and Mrs. Leonard YOU WANT YOUR NEW HOME to have the maximum in comfort and liability. Your home loan shouW provide the same financial flexibility. When you borrow funds for purchase or construction here, the terms we adjusted to your income and needs. **"" Down payment are reasonable , . . mainly repayments, often no larger than rent, pover all major expenses. Visit us this week for details pji younincoroe designed HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS ~ r M?.V V ' : '" V * .', ' t.'V> ' ' f • / '• >-4t •* Ai/jkIA JBU1 BO N THIRD ANNUAL DAYS *• BEGINS WEDNESDAY FOR 10 BIG DAYS ! In appreciation for the patronage you have given us, we will stage our third annual "BONUS DAYS". During the next 10 days, you will receive free merchandise with purchases made in our store — ABSOLUTELY FREE I Note the two fabulous Anniversary offers in the boxes below. It's our way of saying Thank You ! . . . And your way of getting EXTRA CLOTHING at NO EXTRA COST I Anniversary "BONUS" GIFT SHIRT'N TIE - WITH THE PURCHASE OF A SPRING SUIT * SIMPLY PURCHASE on? of our new Spring Men's Suits and receive a $4.§Q Wash 'n Wear Famous Brand Shirt and a Quality Npsktje - ABSOLUTELY FREE 1 Hurry I This offer ends, SATURDAY, APRIL 7th ! Anniversary "BONUS" GIFT SHIRT'N TIE - WITH THE PURCHASE OF, A -r Sport Coat & Slacks • THE VERY SAME OFFER is good on the pushes* af q Spring Sport Coat and a pajr pf slack? - 9 $4-50 Wash 'n Wear dress shirt and a necktie FREE with the above purchase. Offer ends, April 7th. •£"?-—•-* f ZENDER'S ALGONA'S LEADING MEN'S CLOTHING STORE EXTENDS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO YOU TO SEE THE VERY FINEST IN SPRING STYLE AND TRADITION FOR MEN

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