The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 8
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8-Algwio (fa.) Upper Det Mdlnii Tuesday, April S, 1964 ..:.-M*^^.», ..^.v,.. ., .» .^...,_. . r _ % ^, r ^..— r n .„ . T . t * t ' _^ r..^,,/,.* ^._ T Dennna Bell of Clear Lake was Was a weekend guest in the Merle Pratt home. Mrs. Richard Norton was hostess to her sewing club on Monday evening. , Beecher Lane is a patient at St. Ann hospital. He entered Sunday for a check-up. —o— Rev, Myron Browcr is in Storm Lake attending a three-day study meeting at Buena Vista College. Banns of marriage have bceii published at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for James Joseph Bertc and Alona Kinne. Marcus Anthony, infant son ol Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Martinez, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Sherry Read, who attends Morningside College at Sioux City, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Read. —o— Word has been received here that Russell Hodges, associated with Swift and Co. here for many years, has been transferred from Salina, Kansas, to Montgomery. Ala. where he will be in the ice cream division of the Swift Co. He is a brother of Mrs. Ethel Potter and Mrs. Milo Rentz here. I Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ballard are parents of a ten pound, one ounce daughter born Mar. 30 at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher spent Sunday and Monday with relatives at West Union. . —-o— Mrs. C. W. Conn has been chosen Mother-of-the-Month for April by the members of the Presbyterian Thursday-Nile Youth Club. —o— Dr. Fred J. Langcnbcrg of Storm Lake will be guest speaker dt the mid-week lenten service Wednesday at the Presbyterian church. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moc have named their new son Lindsey Francis. He was born Mar. 21 at St. Ann hospital and weighed 7 pounds, 7% ounces. Myron Talcott, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kelley of Algonn is one of two lowans out of fou persons in the United States tr receive a scholarship for further study from the Weslayan Founda tions of the Methodist church. He is at present a student at Unior Seminary in New York City anc Will go to Boulder, Colo, in August to attend the University of Colorado. Date Hutchlns, senior at the | State University of Iowa, loWfi City, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins. i—a — . Mr, and Mrs. Becchcr Lane had as their guests for a few days recently the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Shriver of Grafton, N. D. Lcc Lawson, former Algona res ident now of Boone, spent the weekend here with friends. Lee is the son of Charles Lawson and a freshman at Iowa State University at Ames. Mrs. Anton Didriksen will be lesson leader at the high school youth lenten breakfast this Wednesday. Hostesses are Mrs. Perry Collins, Mrs. Wes Bartlett and Mrs. Everett Barr. The final meeting of the school year for the Garrigan Parent." Club will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the school. Work by the students in the various departments will be on display. POTATO PRICES that can't be beat! 25lbs. WHITE COBBLERS 49< '2 BAG of LARGE SOLID $^29 RED PONTIACS NORTH DAKOTA RED RIVER VALLEY 20 TONS OF SEED POTATOES DUE APRIL 14! GET THEM THIS WEEK AT ... East End Grocery "North Iowa Potato Headquarters" —— — — i" » ^^— M • -vb ^mm mi^m / /\ \ COOKING W V\ N AUTOMATIC P n ! y £M S .P ves y° u such Perfect cooking control. \\ hile you're away, your wonder Gas range turns on the oven automatically — bakes the dinner— turns itself off when food is done and delicious. Choose Gas —for carefree cooking. GAS SETS YOU FREE..,SEE THE NEW GAS RANGES AT YOUR DEALER'S TODAYl NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-2484 "Your G99 Company" United Presbyterian VVomnn will meet Thursday for dessert luncheon. The program on Easter will be given by Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. Alfred Schenck will give devotions. Mrs. Charles Hardgrove is in charge of music. Choirs of the Congrcgation.1l and Methodist churches are combining to present a cantata, "The Holy City" Sunday, April 15, at 7;30 p.m. in the Methodist church. Ted Herbst and Mrs. Wes Bartlett ar' directors. New officers have been elected for the Clothing Appeal of Church World Service. Mrs. George Woodward is president; Mrs. A. B. Schenck, vice president, Mrs. Lowell Smith, secretary and Mrs. Anne Prestlius, treasurer. Rev. Evan Routh of Lone Rock is retiring president. Three Titonka Speech Students Get Top Rates Titonka — Students of Titonka ligh school who were in the State Speech contest at Fort Dodge, Mar. 23, placed as follows: Sherry Boyken, superior in interpretive poetry, Kathleen Ederi, superior in oratorical, Forrest Rode, excellent in humorous. Mrs. Edward Brandt is speech director. Algona Lenten Services Lenten services were held at both Titonkii Methodist church and Doan Methodist Wednesday evening. Rev. 0. Olson of Buffalo Center conducted Lenten services at Good Hope Lutheran church Wednesday evening. Rev. Olson is preparing a class of ten students for confirmation Palm Sunday. This class was presented for public question- ng just before the Lenten Service. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies pent a few days visiting at the ome of their daughter, Mr. and firs. Raymond Burchetts and fam- y in Lincoln, Nebr., last week. Mrs. Max Goldman, formerly of itonka, was speaker at Lenten ervices at Forest City Methodist lurch Sunday evening. .Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Stott and Mr. and Mrs. Eden attended the services and isited at the Goldman home later n the evening. The senior class sponsored its innual Pancake Supper Mar. 22. The proceeds are to be used for "Skip Day", when the class will go to the Twin Cities for a tour. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baade have returned to their home after spending the past three months at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cambra, in Redwood Valley, Cal. WSCS Circles of Titonka Methodist church were held as follows Wednesday: Irene circle at the Mrs. Eldon Attig home with Mrs. Howard Sparks, co-hostess; Hazel circle at the home of Mrs. C. F. Callies and Mrs. John Rippentrop co-hostess. Mrs. Lou Huber led devotions and Mrs. David Bolie had the lesson; Elsie circle at the home of Mrs. George Peterson; Mrs. Ray Hansen, co-hostess. Devotions were led by Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr. and lesson was presented by Mrs. Morris Givens. Mrs. Martha Boyken and Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher returned to their respective homes Wednesday after spending about two months in Florida and Texas. The senior class play was held March 31. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oesterreicher have returned to their home in Titonka after enjoying the winter in California. At Whittemore Whiltemore ,— Last Monday, a number of semi-trailer grain trucks arrived in Whittemore to haul government surplus corn to Minneapolis. They had stopped at Armstrong and Ringsted but were unable to load because of snow and mud. Seventeen of the trucks, were loaded Monday; one got stuck, two could not be weighed on the local scale and had to be Weighed at Fenton. Each truck hauls 600700 bushels of corn. Daughters Capped Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Loebach David, Leonard and Ann, attended ceremonies at St. Vincent's hospital School of Nursing, Sioux City last Sunday at Which 24 students received their caps. S " 1 Mary Loebach, daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, .and Myra Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Kelly Elbert of here, were in the class. . ; Attend Shower A miscellaneous shower wa§ "given for Mrs. Keith Colwell at Trinity Lutheran church in Algona Sunday evening. Those present from here were Mrs. Aurelia Leininger, Mrs. Harlan Leininger, Mrs. Adelia Meyer,; Mrs. Harold Zimmermann and Mrs. Frank Schumacher. ) .. - Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs Jr. were pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening at a farewell party. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. ;Harlan Leininger, Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Meyer, Mr. and Mrs .Dale Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Eldpn Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maahs, Paul Lauck and Marvin Ostwald. They moved, to Lake, City Friday, where Mr. Maahs will be employed- in. the McRory , clinic and. Mrs. • Maahs will be employed, at the Lake City hospital which opened Mar. 1. Wed 25 Years Mr, and Mrs. William.. Weber entertained a number of guest? .at their home Sunday : evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonnstetter on their 25th wedding anniversary. .!•(',!. Guests .included the honored couple and family, Mr. and Mis. William Bonnstetter 'and .family, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Origer and family, Mrs. Kate.Bonnstetter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gengler and Mr] and Mrs. Elmer 0. Bell, of here. Mrs. Elfreda Ulrich of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. John Dorweil er and son, Mr .and. Mrs. Frank Ulrich and Mrs. Ida Ulrich, Mallard, Mary Ann, Joan and Nina Weber of Algona, Mr. and Mrs: Arnold Christenson, Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ulrich of Graettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwig, John and Sandy of Rodman. At 500, John Dorweiler won high and Robert Gengler, low; Mrs. Charles Origer, high, and Mrs. William Bonnstetter, low for women. Lunch was served and Mr. and Mrs. Bonnstetter received many useful gifts. funk of Cyltadef. . Auxiliary Met the American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting recently in the Legion hall. It was .decided to serve the athletic banquet Apr. 16, and a committee was chosen. They also planned to send 100 chocolate Easter rabbits and 100 bags of jelly beans to Woodward. l The past president pins have been received and will be given out in the near future. Court whist was played following the meeting in which Mrs. Marie Schmeling. Mrs. Marion Hyink, Mrs. Conrad Hlggins won prizes. Mrs. Ralph Gengler's name was drawn for the door prize, but she Was not present, Lufteh was served by MM; AffletW Afeftd, MfS. Slfldys fifetts ahd Mn, Nertta fiownaaH. ,,1*4111 filbert, MM of Glai'ehCe.El- bertj returned td Norfolk. Va. Monday aftef spending att ii day furtdugh. here with relatives. He is in the navy air'force. • Larry Joseph, adopted infant son Of Mf. and Mrs. Elmer Steieivwas baptised irt St. Michael's Catholic church Sunday. His sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Youngwirth of Wesley. Evening dinner guests in his honor were Mr. ahd Mrs. Victor Youngwirth and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Steier and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. William Fandel of here, and Rev. James Fandel of Lake City. •• 4 , J.'T . J' t ' ' ^ I ' A < ^slJrrlrfH* Ss^'iffi MfS. Raymond Kollasch feta«ed to her home from St. Ann hospital aftef undergoing major surgery two weeks ago. Mrs. Herbert Zumach, who underwent minor surgery last Thursday in Lutherdn hospital, , Fort Dodge, was released Saturday. John Van Heise is & medical patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Otto Bell is now a .resident in the Lakeview Rest Home in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker received word last Friday that a son was born to. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer in Sioux City. Mrs. Walker is in Sioux City helping take new . ,. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Schntelinfl Omaha. Neb., are the fifiiflflts <j a son borri Mar. il Mrs. Marl Schmeling and Mrs. Anna Behnf are the grandmothers. . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moe- oi Algona have & new son born Mael 22. They new, have three boys. M and Mrs. Orville Barber grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mondragon. the parents of a boy born Mat. They now have two boys'and '*girls. Peter Haag was released froii St. Ann hospital Wednesday CORN YBELD the Modern Way with ARE YOU PLANNING A HOME of your own this year 1 Then now, while ample funds are available, is the time to see about the financing. '• Our loan service features prompt appraisal, quick commitment, low. down payment (20-25%), competitive rate and maximum loan to qualified buyers. Your monthly repayment covers \ portions of both principal and interest . . . may even include taxes and insurance. This rent-like approach to home buying carries you steadily forward to debt-free ownership with no big payoff at the end. Other features that work to your advantage are the open- end clause that permits future reborrowing for expansion or improvement without the necessity of a new mortgage'. . . repayment privilege that permits paying ahead to save interest charges or to provide a cushion against emergencies. Come in and talk over your plans with our home loan counselor this week. You can be a home owner almost overnight. ' HOME LOANS AND SAVINGS SINCE 1917 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION '; ALGONA, IOWA MAKING THE KINp, OF HOME LOAN THAT HELPS YOUR COMMUNITY TO GROW AND PROSPER. CERTAIN DEKALB HYBRID VARIETIES ARE BRED TO RESIST*.. LPH •55. Eugene Hood, Algona Albert J. Hermann, Algona Peter C. Reding, Bode Lawrence Besch, Whittemore i • ' • • • ,Archie Elbert, Algona Raymond Otis, Wesley Frank Droessler,, Bancrof Homer Matthiesen,' Fente Party Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald celebrated their second wedding anniversary at their home Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opheim, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt of here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bleckwen, Mr. and Mrs. Max Wilcox and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Barber of Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew TRUCK Porter Rowe of near Glenwood has a 1928 truck that cost him $850 when he bought it new and it is still in use around his farm. It still has the original head lamp lenses, and only the bulbs have to be replaced. Rowe built the truck bed himself and also added a gear that will lower all three forward speeds. It has about a 40 horsepower engine. He also owns a 1931 Caterpillar tractor. by th« f«mou* MOTHINH PTOO.M SANITIZING DEODORIZING MOTHPROOFING MIUDEWPROOFING MODERN Dry Cleaners & Toilers HIS. Harlan CY 4-4277 MIES THIRI) ANNUAL BONUS DAYS Still Going Strong! Hurry, as of fer ends this Saturday, April 7th! 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