The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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.) Upp.r D»* Molnw TuWihiy, Aprlf d, 1962 *«* LuVerne Band ^ Concert Slated For Apr. II LuVerne — Music Mothers me in the scho61 lunch room Mondaj evening with Mrs, George Schnet zer presiding. The music director, Rhonda Demlen, was present and gave £ .report on the LuVerne high schoo band concert to be presented Apr ,11; contest at Palmef Apr, 14-15 •with Mrs. William Goetsch and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., serving as chaperones, Election of officers to be held at the April meeting, Hostesses were Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Mrs. Allyn Brink, Mrs. Mervin Brlstow, serving coffee and cookies. JUgh Ratings Le Ota Ann Voss and Tini Blumer, students of-LuVeme high school, received two ratings ih the State Speech Contest held Saturday at Fort Dodge high school. Le Ota Ann k a senior and Tim' a junior. ••••• Birthday Guest Mrs. Freda Steussy of Algon was honored guest Thursday evening at the home of her daughter Mf. and Mrs. Mike Loss, Algona on the occasion of her 77th -birth' day. Guests were her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Rariey and children of Algona, her sisters, Mrs, Amelia Hoffman, Mrs. Dora Gronbach, brothers Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach, Mary Melaviri of Mvermore and Mr. and Mrs, Frank- Gronbach, LuVerne. /Honor Newly weds ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach attended a reception Sunday in the American Legion Hall ' in Livermore honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown. They .were married Mar. 25 in Nashua., The bride ,is a girl from Germany and has lived the past two years in the States. The proem is the son of Mr. and Mrs. uoy Brown of Livermore. Rlverdale 4-H No. 2 Makes tar Lake March 17 at St. Joseph's School hall, Riverdale Rustlers It held their mbnthiy business meeting, Plans Were discussed for going to the lake in the summer. Rosa Lee tllg and Mary sue Zeimet .gave a summary of the time they spent at Bomgaars store on 4-H Day. Mary Sue Zeimet gavo a demonstration on portfolios and Marian Kohlhaas gave a demonstration oh painting wood finishes. Florence McGuire, Marian Kohlhaas, Vicki McGuire and Kathleen Plathe gave a talk on picture- study, a club project. Plans were made to have a public card party on April 1 at the school hall. Lunch was served. Florence McGuire. was hostess. Florida end other states, Veffie Daley, LuVerne, his brother Wilbur Daley, St, Benedict, Visited Thursday to Tuesday with relatives in Springfield, 111. They also visited their aunts, Margaret and Ella Daley, in a rest home in Petersburg, 111, Mrs. Frank Gronbach was hostess to her 500 club Tuesday, High, Mrs, Eli Bager, low, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mr, and Mrs. William Hedrick visited Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale St, John and children in Fort Dodge. Laura ^Mfeyer^ spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids visiting £er-,s6n, Mr. ,, ,and Mrs. Robert ;Meer|and family! ; • ? Mr. and Mrs, Roland Walline and Sandra had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hosek and family of Fairfax. . Roland Walline has resigned, from driving a school bus for the LuVerne Community school. He s now employed as parts man at the CorWith Implement Company. Mrs. Harry Lichty entertained Canasta 8 Monday with guesi players, Mrs. J. 0. Cox and Mrs Herman Schulz. Honors, Mrs. Phil C. Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty report that Mrs. George Marty underwent major surgery in a Mason City hospital Mar. 27. Mrs. Marty is the former Rita Spooner, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner, .doctor here years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber en- tertaintd; Friday evening at an oyster steW with guests her parents, Mr.,and Mrs. A. A. Schipull, and neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thompson and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schipull were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs/John Schipull at Goldfield. Mr; and Mrs. Robert Barber and ioys visited his sister, Mr. and fe. William Myers family in Vhittemore Sunday. Mrs. Allen Blake entered Luthran hospital Monday and underwent major surgery Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller return- d Sunday from a three week'va- ation trip visiting friends in Mr. and Mrs. George A. Eggleston had as visitors Tuesday his sister, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Hup-, pel, Webster City. The infant son of Mr, and Mrs. Rb..,nd Lenz was baptized Mark 1 Antnony Sunday at Corwith with Rev. Clarence Hansen officiating! Sponsors were Jim Lenz, Warren Lenz and Hazel Brown. A dinner following the. service honored the baby. Richard Wegner is now at his home at LuVerne. Before the holidays he underwent major surgery at Lutheran hospital, After the hospitalization he has convalesced at the home of his niece, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider have returned from spending four months visiting their childreh. Two sons in Elko and Reno, Nevada and three daughters in Los Angeles, Calif. They visited en- route home Mrs. Schneiders parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wedel and family at Hereford, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker and Diane of Winthrop, Mass., will conclude their ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baker and Mickey Tuesday. They will visit his sister, Mr. and Mrs. -James Paponchis, stationed at Chicago, enroute east. RECORD Max (Ike) McGehee of Mt. Ayr was recently honored for 21 years of perfect Sunday School attendance. While in Korea, he often traveled from five to ten miles via Jeep to attend Sunday School classes. Mr. McGehee is 30 years of age. WED Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jager of Eddyville recently celebrated their C6th wedding anniversary. Special guest honoring the occasion was Mrs. Eustena Oldham who had attended" their wedding 66 years ago. ' BURT By M«. Al Hlnekley * i« * <-t t f • Presbyterian' chlirdn* .Clffiles will meet Apr. 4. All will Continue thdif study on the Book of Hbfnans. Circle A will meet with Mary fias* mussen. Circle B meets In 1 the evening with Maybsllitie Lovstad and Mary Jane Dtigan, - Clrde G will meet at thq chur<sh with Tlfcnry Smith as hostes's,.. 'rhe Carnival held at the Burl, school Saturday was a big success according to those ,in charge. Crowned King and Queen of the Carnival were sophomores Jerry Kissner and Donna Schrader, Clara Van Steenberg and Lottie tsenberger were Tuesday guests of Trma Doege. Mrs. Ella Meyer was hostess to members of The Friendly Birthday Club, at her home Tuesday, The second session of class book study "Under Orders" will be held at 7:30 p.m. Apr. 4 at the Methodist church. Both men and women are invited and urged to attend the classes led by Rev. Wm. Bohi Mrs, Ella Meyer was honored oft her birthday annivefsflry Friday when her children and their families joined her for dinner, Present were Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and family, Marcus, Mr. and; Mrs. Eugene Meyer and sons and Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer and family, Evening guests joining the group were Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Meyer, Fenton, Mrs. Al Hinckley accompanied Mrs.; Wallace Reynolds, Swea City, to Indianola Saturday where they attended the annual Mom's Weekend at the Alpha Chi Omega sorority house. Their daughters Judy Hinckley and Wallace Kay Reynolds are members of the sorority- ... ; • ' pitallzed at Park hospital, Masor City, for several days this pas! week. She underwent minor surgery. Circles of the U.P.W, met Wednesday with Mrs. Arlin Andreason, Mrs. Roy Anderspn and Mrs. Delmar Angus. Mrs. Lucille Behrends and child/ ren were Sunday guests at the parental Ornie , Behrends home, Lone Rock. "'•" fi ;••'':, Mr. and Mrs. Wnv. Holmgeth attended the Barbershoppers venison dinner at West Bend Tuesday eve ning, ! : . •Boy Clark is recovering to,his ALGONA CY 4-3538 SALE STARTS: APRILS PRE-EASTER MAIL ORDER OVERSTOCK SALE OVER 150 SPRING CATALOG ITEMS NOW ON DISPLAY AT DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES. FAST 2 DAY DELIVERY ON ALL ORDERS. ORDER NOW WHILE SELECTIONS ARE COMPLETE. SAVE UP TO Clothing For The Family * Spring Household Needs Womens Blouses Assorted Sizes & Colors I y** Values to $3.99 — NOW «fl I * Girls Dresses 4-6x Assorted Styles Reg. $2.98 - $3.98 1 77 Mens Slippers Sizes 7-12 Were $5.50 3 97 Boys Saddle Pants Sizes 6-14 Reg. $2.47 MENS COTTON SLACKS Reg. $4.94 - NOW 2 97 Girls Slips Sizes 7-14 Reg. $2.98 939 SEE THESE SAMPLES PLUS MANY MORE ON DISPLAY AT MONTGOMERY WARD CATALOG STORE IN ALGONA. COME EARLY Phone CY 4-3538 ..„.„ from a slight stroke, softer, fitt several weeks ago. ''The first id a series of five book sliidy lessons on the book "Under Orders" was held at the Methodist chiirch Wednesday evening, Wj G. Bohi is conducting the study, Mich is a church-wide project, The flfekt lesson will be Apr, 4. '.^tembers of The Fortnightly Club will meet at the home of Ethel Dremmel Mar, 30. The Jolly Ten Birthda^ Club m6E foi 1 a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Erma Doege Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs, Dean Reed and family, Mankato, spent the Weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. Leonard Warner, Algona, and Mrs. Esther Sorenson spent Friday evening with their mother, Mrs. Anna Bierstedt, Mrs. Merle Schwietert was hos- Several members of the OEF lathered Friday to give the Hall Its annual spring cleaning, The School of Instruction was held Mar. 26, Elloween Mansmith, Arnolds Park was hi charge of the instruction. A luncheon was held at the hall at 11:30 for officers and guests. The committee hi charge of the luncheon were Georgia Holding, Ruby Hinckley, Edith Cotton, Phoebe Thompson and Gladys Hawcott. A 6:30 dinner for officers, and members was held at Cunningham's Cafe Dining Room. St. John's Ladies Aid will meet at the church Apr. 5, with Arlene and Florence Schroeder as hostesses. In charge of the market basket Will be Isabell Koepke, Florence Koestler, Velma Lavrenz and Mathilda Madsen. • Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham was hostess at a 10 o'clock luncheon to members of the Friendly Four club. Mrs. Clifford Lovstad is president of the 20 year old club, Mrs. Robert Richter is secretary- treasurer. All members were present with the exception of a charter •iWember, Mrs. Ella Sigsbee and Mrs. Melvin Alt. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Dorothy Campney Apr. 11. Junior Leaders Of 4-H Meet "A good citizen in a democracy is a person who acts with deep, thoughtful interest arid concern for Qie welfare of everyone with whom he is associated," according to Kpssuth 4-H Junior Leaders. Junior leaders discussed the need of good citizenship at their March 20 meeting at. the Algona High School Annex. Members lead- Ing group discussions and recreation were Rosemary Gisch and Mary Beth Reilly, Algona; Carol Anliker, Whittemore; John Mesch- 61" _ M6gter and Cuane Metiger, Whittemore and Robert a Johnson, county extension associate nrtd Avis L. Lettow, county extension home economist , • Art Mogler reported on the recent trip to the State 4-H Camp, The Veishea program at ,Iowa State U. at Ames, May 9, xvas discussed, ' , f Plum Creek Elite Plum Creek Elite 4>H club met March 24 at the home of Joan Ward, The groUp will meet April 21 at the Community Room to color eggs for. the county home. Talks were given by. Gloria Miller |ave a demonstfattofi, Joyce Oft- Brietean spoke oft "tfidfaV' Guest Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Suif ery Stops Itch^Relieves Pain (*», N. f. (Sp«ui) « far (fa* flfst tlm« Mleftei hat found t B«» foaling *abit«ft« with th« ufan< (thing ability to thflnk fetttef* fhftlds, itop Itching, and rtljm paifi - without turgcty. In eas* a/tar 4as«, whfl« r*fltly Mtttvtflg pain, actual reduction '»hflnkftffo) took place, Ho«l unMlhjr of all-run) t* «•** 16 thAtotigt) tBat *off««'fl •ittAlihing auufflifltr Ilk* "PU«i hav* c«ated lo b« a pCubleftnl" The Mcret It« n«* h«atln> tub- iWncB (Blo-Dyn«*)-"Jll(!fl»«f> AT • world-famoUi rM«af«fc iflstltuU. TUia ttibitane* U Mow availabl* In »dppo«ilor» ot timntfnl torn ttftd«r th« name At all dfut built-in, do-it-yourself road-straightener ...tftafo Wi Wrack! (and you know who has Wide-Track!) ! YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WIDE CHOICE OF WIDE-TRACKS AND GOOD USED CARS, TM SCHOLTZ BROS SOUTH PHILLIPS- ALGONA, IOWA Public Auction WE WILL HOLD A PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE FARM LOCATED 4 MILES SOUTH AND 1 MILE WEST OF ALGONA; OR 1 MILE WEST OF THE IRVINGTQN CORNER ON HY. 169, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 10 SALE STARTS AT I P.M. MACHINERY 1949 IHC M TRACTOR, POWER PACK, RECENTLY OVERHAULED, A-l SHAPE. IHC F-14 TRACTOR IHC 448 CULTIVATOR IHC 3-14" PLOW ON RUBBER IHC 7' TRACTOR MOWER IHC NO. 62 COMBINE WITH MOTOR IHC RUBBER TIRE RUNNING GEAR IHC Itf PTO BINDER JOHN DEERE MODEL L MANURE SPREADER JOHN DEERE RUBBER TIRE RUNNING GEAR JOHN DEERE 13' DISC JOHN DEERE 12' SPRING TOOTH TWIN DRAULIC LOADER, IHC MOUNTINGS KEWANEE 4 SECTION HARROW KING & HAMILTON 2 WHEEL ELEVATOR DUNHAM i4 ( LAND ROLLER 2 " ST ^l L pl£' HnErtE « R c UNNING GEARS WITH 2 WOOD rLAKc DUXES ID'FERTILIZER SPR6AD6R OVERHEAD WAGON HOIST 4 SECTION HARROW CEMENT MIXER m ' '" •"" ' • - l ^ M><l ^^ HIII >Bi^MlHBHmimHHHI||HH|^HB^HM 1954 PONTIAC CAR, 4 door, poyver brqkes I I-H-C 4-can Milk Cooler, Surge Milking and steering, very good tires, in A-1 shape. I Machine, pipeline with motor, for 20 cows, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^***^^^^^ Bli ^* Bll ^ >a ** IB ^^ a *^ MI '**^*"'^^"^''"™^ i "'"""^^ ' MISCELLANEOUS BENCH GRINDER & ELECTRIC MOTOR AIR COMPRESSOR ELECTRIC SKILL SAW GAS BARBEL, 500 GALLON .1, / W ELECTRIC PRILL >/4" ELECTRIC DRILL 12" X 38" TRACTOR CHAINS AND OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. EXECUTORS HARRY SABIN ESTATE : : , IOWA STATE] iANK, CliRK BENiiN & LEEK, AUCTIONEERS

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