The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 11
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Da v« Weber 0 lone Rock On Tour In Choir M y-*& > * totegtor will take iwv? and &thtr members of We diefr on an ilklay trek through Nebras- ri p™?«to. Utah, California, Arizona, New Mexico, festis, Kali' Sas and Iowa. While in Utah, the fchoir will make an appearance at .the Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City. Highlight of the- tour will be an appearance in the Easter Sunrise *"- J M,tt the Hollywood Bowl. Engraving) ••^tf^HiVS^WPi^H^wta^rtriiHHMtt^^K Whittemore Art Heidenwith Dave Weber ,;i Dave Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs ;Dave Weber, Lone Rock, and. a -sophomore; at-. Waldorf College, -'Forest City, will leave Thursday, Apr. 12, With Jthe concert choir, ..Which is beginning its annual i'Easter tour, * 1 Mrs. Frank Spilles, . and Mrs. Frank Burke, Mr and Mrs. Robert Gengler, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gengler, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steier, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Elbert, Mr, and-Mrs. Charles Oriu ger, Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fandel, and Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Elbert and Mae Elbert of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Logue, Mrs. Milo Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Namer, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagner, Mr. and •Mrs. Glen Graham and Gary and Mrs. Vern Roethler of Algona, all relatives and friends of the late Robert Poirot, attended his funeral and wake Mar. 31, by Iowa State Bank There was a time when a fool and his money were soon parted. Now, it happens to everybody. Individuals, as well as businesses, have long since discovered the many advantages of paying by check. You save time and have n record of income and expenditures — for family budgeting and income tax purposes. Proper use of a checking account does away with the risk of carrying a lot of cash on your person. And it saves time, expense and trouble of going around paying your bills in person. :•..-". a . •; f < .-. * -V It's q wonderful idea to kiss the kids goodnight, if you don't mind waiting up until they come home. The strength of a bank is based on its good reserves and its good management. On top of that, we add FDIC insurance on your deposits in the amount of $10,000 per customer. Also for your added protection our bank has a $1,000,000.00 excess fidelity bond. The only commodity on earth that does not deteriorate with use is Knowledge. Algona's Home-Owned Bank IOWA STATE BANK MEMBER KBIT AIGONA, IOWA vwy MW*# - ffaw* h ,. f ^s^ f T WPP* ^^^PW* ^BI^WB iMnjjiijifjMt - ft**. CMfMftap, MiJsMillerls Honored At Wesley Shower Wesley -Virginia Mfllef Was hdfiored at a pre-mio'tla 1 ! shower Apr. l in St. Joseph's parish hall. JDennis Widen of Corwith played two piano solos, Mrs. orville Weiland sang two solos; Anna Mae Hirner sang two numbers. They were accompanied on ,the piano by Mrs. Elaine Downs, Several contests and games were conducted by Lucille Herner and Laura Klein. Hostesses were the Mesdames Vincent Cruse, Maurice Laubenthal, Clarence Dornbier, L. H. Klein, John Welland, Elizabeth Goetz, Joe and George Goetz, Albert Yegge, Joe Hauptman and Fred Thomas. Laura Klein, Dolores Krebsbach and Thelma Wichtendahl assisted with the many gifts. Miss Miller, who is manager of tlje Fowler Beauty Shop in Algona, will become the bride of Maurice Krebsbach of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krebsbach of Bancroft, Monday, April 23 in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. The young couple will live at Algona. Virginia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller. Af goner Gf r I f n Airline Job Leave For Florida Mr. and Mrs.' Reese Martin left Monday for Tallahassee, Fla., where they will make their home. Their youngest son Frank will remain here ; at the home of his sister, the Don Hauptman's, till the end of the school year. Martin has sold his barbershop and residence to Walter Elsbecker of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Elsbecker, 4 daughters and a brand new son moved to Wesley over the weekend. Enroute to Florida Mr. and Mrs. Martin visited his father, Ed Martin, Keosauqua. Music Contest Wesley Music students of Garrigan high school who attendee the instrumental Music Contest al Storm Lake Apr. 1 were Sylvia Downs, tenor saxophone solo ; Vicki Arndorfer, tenor saxophone solo; Jeanne Nelson, clarinet solo; Jim Walker, cornet solo. At TB Meeting Mrs. Herman Bode, Mrs. Frank Matern, Mrs. Ray Doughan and Mrs. Art Livingston attended the annual State TB meeting at Hole: Savery, Des .Moines, recently Mrs. Bode is Hancock County'sec retary, Mrs. Doughan is county •TB Seal chairman, and Mrs. Livingston is Boone township chairman. Mary Murphy Mary Murphy ^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy, Algona, is now employed as a reservationist by Northwest Airlines at Chicago. Miss Murphy, a 1960 gradaute Of St. Cecelia's Academy here, graduated from National School of Aeronautics at Kansas City, Mo. Feb. 23, 1962 and was employed at Northwest's office at Minneapolis for three weeks before going to Chicago. (UDM Engraving) Wesley Wizards Wesley Wizards 4-H girls met Apr. 2 with Sharlene Asa. Bonnie Hildman gave a talk, picture studies were given by Cheryl Cunningham and Sigred Johnson and Norma Goetz, Kathy Bruns and Cheryl Cunningham .gave demonstrations. Appear On Program Many Wesleyans attended the program Wednesday evening in the Britt high school given as a benefit for the Britt hospital Auxiliary. Local persons who took part in the program were Mesdames Frank Bleich, Tom Lickteig, Wilfred Becker, Luke Youngwirthi Larry Youngwirth, Donovan Studer, Philip Studer and Irene Hanig. They presented a skit. Mrs. John Paulson accompanied square dancers from Kanawha, Sylvia Ann Downs sang a solo, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ed Downs. Mark Becker, who is stationed at an army camp at Granite City, ii.. •• 'H evral i 's i t W£.ei> Becker home. He went to Chicago to spend the remainder of his furlough with his wife. Mrs. Hazel Gerdes and Irene Hanig went to Grinnell Friday to spend several days with the former's daughter, Mrs. Jim Lincoln and faniily, Sylvia Ann Downs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs sang two solos at the Style Show which was sponsored by the Algona CDA's Apr. 2. Mrs. Downs accompanied her on the piano. Mrs. Len Arn 7 dorfer and Mrs. Frank Bleich also attended' the Style Show. Friends of Mrs. Ida Young Worsley of Los Angeles, formerly of Wesley, were sure they recognized her April ? on the Linkletter House Party when she was chosen from the audience to answer a law question. She won $20. The Evangelical Free church of Wesley, the Upper Flat and the Methodists of Wesley and the Prairie Center will have a union meeting Apr. 20 in the Methodist church. Methodist women who attended the district WSCS meeting in En> metsburg Apr. 4 were the Mesdames Chas. Nygaard, Otto Henderson, Paul Erdman, Luther Nygaard, Robert Jones, Jevry FOX and Mrs. Martin Frank. American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting Thursday evening « the I, I. Lease fcomj, Mj-g. J. -f. Meurer was assistant hostess. Edna Flom president, presided. They voted to give $5 to a community project for improvements in the city park. John Carman had an appendec- tom in the Britt hospital recently Mrs. Marie Kunz of Algona, for merly of Wesley was a medical patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City, a week recently. The baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard of Algona has been named Kristine Margaret. Carol Root, daughter of the Lael Root's, participated in the singing of the Mass on Laetare, Apr. 1 at :he college of Saint Teresa at Winona, Minn. She is a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig en- ertained their 500 club Apr. 1 Herman Bode and Mrs. J. P. Studer won high score prizes; Herman Studer and Mrs. Len Arndorfer, low score prizes and Mrs. Herman Studer, travel prize. The Herman and Franklin Bodes were Apr. 1 guests in the Kenneth Prohaska home near Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Fox and family were Apr. 1 guests of her parents, the Fred Baades of Titonka. The latter couple had just returned from a 3 month stay in Redwood, Cal. with their two daughters, Mrs; Tony Cambra~and Mrs. Ernest Wise. Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained the Jolly Dozen Club Tuesday. 135 Wesleyans were entertained at dinner Monday night in St. Joseph's parish hall by the Bank-, er Service Life of Omaha. Circle I 6 of St. Joseph's guild prepared and served the ham dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Haverly moved recently from Mason City to LaCrosse, Wise. He had been employed by the Reynolds Photo shop in Mason City and she at the telephone office. Keith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haverly. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Youngwirth and family were Apr. 1 guests in the Elmer Steier home' at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Youngwirth were sponsors at the baptism of Larry Joe, adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. Steier, at St. Michael's Catholic church that day. A 10 pound, 1 ounce baby girl was born Mar. 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard of Algona at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Ballard is the former Nancy Doughan, daughter of Vincent Doughan and the late Mrs. Doughan. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Thada and children moved over the Apr. ] weekend to the tenant house on the Justine Becker farm home from the John Bauer house, which the latter bought of the Vincent Kleinpeters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and daughters moved in March to her father, Alphonse Berte's farm northwest of Algona. They were honored at a farewell party by a group of neighbors and friends before they moved. Mark Meinecke, 4 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meinecke of Jefferson, is a houseguest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Weber. Donna Bleich completed her 'J weeks practice teaching at Mason City public school Friday and returned to SCI, Cedar Falls, Sunday. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank BJeich and a senior. Tops PUtol Shoot Police Chief Al Boekelman of Algona "copped" top honors for individuals at a pistol shoot sponsored by the Webster City police department and Hamilton county sheriff's office at Webster City Mar. 27. Boekelman scored an aggregate total of 392 of a possible 4QO to walk away with the crown. Second went to Gary Mui- roney, Ft. Dodge police patrolman, who got a 379, and a highway patrol team, which included Dick Pedersen of Swea City, took the team titjp with 1433 of 1600. Noah Webster began writing the dictionary in 1B07 and finished in SENECA NEWS The Seneca Progressive Far mers 4-H Club basketball team wa eliminated from the tournamen Friday night by the Garfield team by a 61-19 score. They had ad vanced in the tournament by de featihg the Ramsey team in i well played game by a 43-40 score As a reward for their activitie. the group enjoyed a theatre party at Algona Saturday evening. Help ing drive were the leaders, Ray Bergum and Roger Jeflsen, also fathers, Wayne Lynch, Claudi Johnson, and Charles Beaver. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Jack Loofts, Rochester Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver had their grandchildren, the children of the James Beavers, Estherville, with them Friday and Saturday, while their parents attended a Sportman's Show at Minneapolis. The Seneca Modern Mixers meeting had to be postponed this week Tuesday until a future date, due to an outbreak of measles at the home of the hostess for the month, Mrs. Ted Jensen. Their little daughter, Karol, came down with measles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klien, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg drove to Minneapolis Wednesday and attended the Ice Follies that evening. They returned home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their great-granddaughter Junia Hassebrok's second birthday. , April A<i»n« <te.) U PP *r DM Guests included Junia's parents Dr. and Mrs. Roy Hfissebrok o Orange City, also Mr, attd Mrs Dale Long and Mr. attd Mrs. Em: Bleckwen of Fenton. Along wit! the birthday cake the group en joyed home-made ice cream. Kevin and Chickie Gardner o Superior, spent Tuesday with the! grandparents, the Charles Beavers while their mother accompaniec Mrs. Raymond Gardner to For Dodge where she visited with a college classmate and family, th James Johnsons, Fort Dodge. Junior High Has Novel Party The Algona junior high schoo! student council was host at a mosl successful party at the school here Friday evening, March 30 Arthu; Olson is student council •acuity advisor and Mrs. G. W Stillman was entertainment advisor fr>r the party. Jean Sigsbee 4 and B a r b & r. i Knudsen were co-chairmen of th« :ommittee in charge with John 3 ratt, Ann Bohannon, Donna As<,, J hil Taylor, Tom Snyder, Denny filler, Mike Stillman and Glen Tschetter. The first section of the three- tart entertainment was devoted to i basketball game between the acuity and student council members. Arnold ^ Hill, Keith Christie, lowie Stephenson, Art Cisr-r. and Willanl Snustad played for the eachens and Larry Munger, Dave COOKING that puts the.... IN MEN FOLK AUTOMATIC Imagine tempting .ypmy. menfolk with the aroma of their favorite foods with never a burned mishap. Enjoy the new wonder Gas ranges with automatic top burner control and automatic ovens. Buy yours now! ASK YOUR DEALER HOW YOU CAN STEP UP TO GAS COOKING NOW North Central Public Service Go. 109 S. HARLAN CY 4-2484 Martin. Danny Merryman, Bill Boldridge, Phil Specht and Dave Walker for the students. The faculty won by an undisclosed, but overwhelming majority. Next came the talent show with vocal groups, piano solos, dramatic readings, and skits including a hilarious number by John Pratt and David Martin as Juliet and Romeo which ended in a wrestling match won by Juliet. The evening ended with refreshment and dancing. CENTURY Mrs. Mary McElfish recently observed her 100th birthday at the home of her daughter in Massena. WANT ADS BHING RESULTS Skyline Ballroom Estherville, Iowa Booth Reservations Ph. EM 2-4397 after 5:30 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 14 MIKE SMITH Free Door Prizes Courtesy Lakes Truck Stop & Cafe, Spirit Lake. SUNDAY, APRIL 15 6 FAT DUTCHMEN RON-DA-VOO and DINING ROOM OPEN EVERY NITE Public Sale In order to settle the late B. Penning Estate we will sell the following described articles to the highest bidder at public auction at the farm located 2 miles West and 5 miles south of Buffalo Center, Iowa; or 3 miles east and 5 miles north of Titonka, la. on Thursday, April 12 SALE TIME: - 1:00 P.M. Esther Circle of the Ramsey Church will serve lunch. FARM MACHINERY 1951 JOHN DEERE MODEL A. 1950 JOHN DEERE MODEL B WITH 2-ROW CULTIVATOR. 1959 John Deere Baler — 14 T; Gehl Field Chopper with corn lead and pickup; Electric Wheel Trailer 017 rubber with PTO, un- oading Farmhand box; 7-ft. No. 8 John Deere Mower, new; 2-row HC Corn Planter on rubber; John Deere Endgate Seeder; 12-ft. IHC Ipring Tooth Harrow; New Idea 4-bar Tractor Side Rake; John Deere 2-way Hydraulic Cylinder with hoses; John Deere Elevator, 2-ft. on rubber; John Deere overhead Hoist; John Deere No. 55 ractor Plow, 3-bottom; Oliver 2-18 Tractor Plow; Speed Jack; IHC -14 Tractor Plow; 4-section Harrow; Case 9-foot Windrower; Corn heller, small cylinder; Corn Cribbing; Polis Windrow Turner; Stalk Cutter. New Idea No. 6, 2-row Corn Picker; John Deere 15-ft. Disc; AM 4-section Rotary Hoe; New Idea Tractor Manure Spreader, No. 12-A; Electric Wheel Trailer with rubber tires, flat rack; New Idea rubber tire Trailer with galvanized flare box; David Bradley rubber tire Trailer with wood flare box; Twin-draulic Post Hole Auger; Stan Hoist Manure Loader with snow bucket, manure bucket and blade; 6" Portable Saw; 5-8" Electric Drill; Cement Mixer; Wheel Barrow on rubber; Jari Sickle Mower; 20" Rotary Lawn Mower; Electric Fencer; Cattle Oiler; DeLaval Cream Separator, stainless steel; 2 Tank Heaters, 1 oil, 1 for cobs; 250-gal. Gas Barrel with stand and hose; 1200 bales Hay; 300 bales Straw; Some Horse Machinery; Pair of Skeleton Wheels for John Deere A; Junk John Deere Tractor; Cattle Oiler; Heat Houser, Tractor Chains - 12x38, Tractor Weights; 2 - 16-ft. ladders; 1 - 32-ft. extension ladder; Many other items*too-numerous to mention. f. 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door, Hard Top, Automatic Transmission. 1950 Chevrolet Pickup, 3-4 ton, 4 speed transmission. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Beckwith upright concert Grand Piana with bench; Dining Room Set - buffet, table, chairs; 1 Buffet) Maytag Square Tub Washing Machine; Coal Heater. Free No. 5 Sewing Machine. USUAL TERMS — Cash, or make arrangements with your >anker. No property to be moved until settled for. Not responsible for accidents that happen on the grounds. B. Penning Estate Clarence B. Penning and Marvin R. Penning, Executors DeVries Bros., Auct. Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk Lovely to look at. .. delightful to drive... MERCURY MONTEREY Best-looking buy for the big-car man Don't just envy the men who drive Mercury Montereys. Get your own and start living! Take your choice of 13 engine-transmission combos... glide around on Mercury's Cushion-Link suspension, the smoothest ride around ... and relax in all that Monterey luxury. Be practical, too—. this car needs service only twice a year! I Come see the cars we have waiting for you! TAYIOR MERCURY 105 South Phillips Algona, Iowa

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