The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1962
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I? SB II '! &-Al6dfl§ (!«.) Uppir Dei MdlriM Tuesday, April 17, 4-H Leaders Meet Kossuth County girls' 4-H club leaders will hold their annual .spring organization i meeting Monday, April 23 at the Algoha Presbyterian church. Club committee members in charge of the program are — Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton; Mrs. Wayne Keith, Burt; Mrs. Ben Anliker, West Bend; Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Lakota; Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock; Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Swea City; Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Algona and Mrs. John Ludwig, Corwlth. 'To be "contented" you need a poor memory and no imagination. 300 Game Nets Tr Mr find Mrs James. Gf With and John eaitte fforit!S!6^{cf^Jfltuf* day and took Mis Gftfltltfs ffid* ther, Mrs ftell McCall back with them Sunday Mrs Modal! will remain with them til! after Easter. Mr and ' Mrs Sob BUscher had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Gilbert Buscher and Mr and Mrs Dick Buscher, Joe Buscher. New Hampton, was here last week on business and visited with his parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Buscher, Sr. Mr . and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell maxmum of mad COM • Ask me about A-T Brand Certified alfalfa seed — Vernal and Ranger. GET YOURS FROM- YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. f. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy _. Algona Ted Hoover, Sr. :. Algona Henry Schroeder ....... Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch Bode Walter Vaudt Whittemore Robinson Produce Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. John Sires, Jr., Algona, right, probably,the top young bowler lit this area, received a trophy in recognition for his recent 300 line from Hans Bressler, Des Moines, at Hawkeye Lanes here late Wednesday afternoon. Bressler, representative of AMF, is shown here presenting the trophy, which is topped by the numerals 300, to Sires. John rolled the perfect game Feb. 15 while bowling with pave Hanselman, also of Algona, in non-league competition. He put lines of 248 and 216 with the 300 that day for a 764 series — highest iri history here. He has had many other fine scores. His league high is 265, While his league tops in series count is 674. So far, he has topped 700 five times in open bowling. Among his other top single line efforts are a 289 and several better-than 270 totals. ., ' ' ( John has been bowling about six years and works part time-at Hawkeye Lanes. He spends a lot of his spare time bowling .to keep his game sharp. Practically all of his bowling has been at Hawkeye. He recently bowled in the ABC Tournament at Des Moines and had a 604 series in the team event and a 1717 all-event count. (UDM Polaroid Photo — Engraving) The United States Testing Co. has proved what users have always claimed. You wake up more refreshed because you sleep more soundly on Beautyrest than on other mattresses. The independent coil construction is the secret of Beautyrest relaxing comfort. Order this world famous Simmons mattress today I Tufted or Smooth Tuftless $ 79 50 BOX SPRING $77.59 FREE VAN DELIVERY BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE TERMS ESTABLISHED 1925 ALGONA Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain ft. T. <Sp*«i«l> - for tii* flrst time science has found * new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, ftop itching, «n4 reJi»v« J>#in — without surgery. case after case, whfla gtntlj pair., »cu*s2 reduction took place. so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statement* like M PUe» have ceased to be a problem!" The secret U a new healing snb- Stance (Bio-Dyne»)-<i| SC overj ot * World-famous research institute. fbi* substance is now available h> tupporitory or eintnxnt form voder the name Pr«parati»» U* Mrs Lucille Zerfass was visited last weekend by her sister, Mrs Irma Altwegg, Redfield, Mrs C. E. Dearths was recently called to Cambridge, Minn, by the sickness of Barney Spencer. Mrs Esther Barton was visited one day last week by her cousin, Robert Fish and wife, Moline, 111. Mr and Mrs M. L. Vander Waal spent last weekend at Minneapolis with Mr and Mrs Lee Vander Waal. Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud were visited one day last week by Mr and Mrs James Elliott, Fort Dodge. Dr. and Mrs Harold Erickson will have as Easter guests the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Erickson, Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley z Mr and Mrs Harold Erpelding spent last week at Minneapolis anc attended the Sports Show. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason spent Sunday at Alton with the former's brother, Oscar, and were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Eason. Mrs. C. N. Robinson and her sister Mrs Pearl De Muth, Milford, have returned from a visit of a week at Harris with Mr and Mrs Perry Rickabaugh. Mr and Mrs Larry Olson are moving to Carroll from Blue Earth, Minn. Mr Olson is employed by a construction company. His wife is the former Nancy Geilenfeld. Mrs Joe Tschetter was at Rochester, Minn, last week to see Henry Tschetter, who had undergone heart surgery. He is superintendent of schools at Jasper, Minn. Dr and Mrs P. 0. Dorwsilcr arc expecting Mr and Mrs Milloar Me Elrea, New Zealand, for a visit here and in the vicinity till June. Mr Me Elrea is a cousin of Mrs Dorweiler. Mr and Mrs James Whittemore will be visited over the Easter weekend by Mr and Mrs C. W. Fassbender, Ingrid and Bill, Chicago, and the mother, Mrs Helene Fassbender, Fort Dodge. Mrs Ann Hanson wiSI have as Easter guests Mr and Mrs Maurice Mortenson and Todd, Mason City. Mrs Joe Lynch Sr., is going to Virginia, Minn., to spend the Baser weekend with her mother, Mrs J. M. Thurstan. Mr and Mrs Elliott Skilling have been visited by Mr and Mrs Norman O'Dell, who had been living near South Bend, Ind. while Mr O'Dell took training for army postal service. He has signed up for three more years of service and hfe and his wife are now located at Tacoma, Wash. Mr and Mrs Albert Granzow had Mr and Mrs Sam Medin, Whittemore, as dinner guests Friday evening. The Medins have spent the winter at Forest City and for a short time are now with Mr and Mrs Russell Medin. They will soon be leaving for their cottage at Woman L:-;ke, Minn., for the summer. Supt. and Mrs O. B. Laing were at Iowa City last weekend and the former attended a conference of Iowa Superintendents at Cornell college, Mount Vernon. He interviewed applicants at Ames, Iowa City and Cedar Falls last Mon. morning and at Charles City attended a meeting of city superintendents. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Charles City for Mrs Ray Whorton, mother of Mrs Warren Andreasen, who died Saturday following a lingering illness. Friends from here who attended the services were Mrs Jack Limbaugh, Mrs Jerry Lewis, Mrs Duane Schnell, Mrs Roy Vanderhoff, Mrs Harold Hovey and Mrs Alvin Andreasen, Burt. Mrs Helen Trauger had as callers- last week Mr and Mrs Claude Corey, former residents here now living at Elmhurst, 111. Mr and Mrs Matthew Platt and Mrs Anna Hillenga are going to Britt Easter and will be guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson. Mrs Robert Bonnctte suffered a painful accident when she stepped on a rusty nail one day last week. It penetrated about a fourth of an inch. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg went to Osage Sunday to attend the baptism of their granddaughter, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf. . Mr and Mrs Walter Zentncr spent last Saturday and Sunday at Minneapolis with the latter's father, wall Dally, who is hospitalized and seriously sick. Mr Dally is a former Algonan. Mrs Rose Loper had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs August Will, Truman, Minn., Mr and Mrs Alfred Erickson and son Leslie, Rudolph Will, Martha Will and Mrs Fred Will. Mr and Mrs Holger Peterson will have as guests from Rock Is land, 111., Mr and Mrs Lcroy John son. The two' families, will go to Melvin to visit Mr and Mrs Larry Hutzell and to Dawson to see the church of which Mr. Johnson will be pastor after his ordination June Mrs Richard Dallihart and Mrs Mount Kinseth spent last Saturday at New Hampton. Mr, Dallman Is employed there and he and Mrs Dallman were looking for a house. Mr and Mrs Dallman has as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs John Dallman Sr., and Mrs Donna Boles and family, Terril. Mrs William Hughes and her sister Mrs Robert Ohland have returned to Davenport after being here a few weeks with their father, Jim Kelso, who .suffered a stroke and is hospiltalized at St. Ann. A brother Ed Kelso, Davenport, had also been here. Callers have been the brothers, Ed Kelso and John Kelso. 'dill Ilk SiL * tifc. JL_" MLo~ American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Antone Sfleich. The ladies received & national citation for meritorious service. It was decided that rag sewing was their outstanding activity for the year. The county meeting will be at Humboldt Apfil 17, • The cafeteria supper served by the A.L.C.W. Wednesday evening was " very well attended. Lenten services Were held at 7:30. ' The Progressive Club met Thursday at^ the home of Mrs Oliver Kinseth.,Mrs Percy Watnem gave the lesson. Mrs Eugene Struthers had recreation. Mrs Olvin Haug was a guest. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain attended funeral services' for Mrs Kenneth Torvik-, wife of the Lutheran pastor at Eagle Grove, Friday , ..... flfld Mfsv:Cliffofci, Yolmf went to Mason City Wednesday ' supper'guests 1ft the Bflly Where 'Mrs, Yflung consulted a doctor, they" visited |ratidma antt grandpa Young at Clear. Lake dfi the way home- Mr. and Mrs, Roger Schmidt and family of Tltonka were Tuesday tensen home. nsen nome,r ; - *. MKJ«> Mr. and Mrs. fidmund Larsen spent Sunday evening In the Har* vey Larsen Hbfftev' .*:'.' , Mrs. flay ^itch Attended the funeral of her father. Chas, Clark, Thursday, at\thfe' Congregational church at Britt. - ; ' i have moved from the R. A. Johnston apartment to the first floor apartment of the former Leo Belock home, recently purchased by William Dau, Sr. Mrs Arthur Wiese has returned from Blairsburg where she has been the past month with Mr and DawnBeenken Of Titonka Is Wed Apr. 7 A double ring wedding ceremony was performed Saturday evening, Apr. 7, at 7 p.m. when Dawn Karen Beenken, and Herb Seller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seller of Detroit. They were married by Rev. John Janssen at Ramsey Reformed church. Mrs. Norma Tapper presided at the organ and accompanied Mrs. Dennis Dreesman, soloist. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly nylon lace. The dress, made in Cinderella style, had long sleeves tapered to a point at the wrist, fitted bodice and rounded neckline. The skirt had insertions of white lace. She wore a shoulder-lengfh veil of nylon tulle and carried a bouquet of red roses and white carnations. : Attendants of the bride were her twin sister, Donna, as maid of honor, and /another sister, Joan, as bridesmaid. The groom's attendants were Leslie Cheever as best man and Guenter Seiler as groomsmen. Carmen Beenken and Le Ann Gingrich were candlelight- ers. Bruce Tapper and Darry] Beenken were ushers. A reception was held in the church parlors following the wedding ceremony. Mrs. Ronald Oleson cut the three-tiered cake, which was decorated with blue carnations. Mrs. Phillip Luppen poured. Jean Gingrich, Janet Welhousen and Patsy Tjaden were waitresses. Lanita Gingrich and Mrs. Richard Beenken were in charge of open- PORTLAND By Mrs. 1 Victor Fitch Mrs Francis Pruisman. She assist-' in 8 the S ifts - Jud y DeBoer was ed in the care of various members of the family who had flu. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason are going to Nevada Thursday and will visit Mr and Mrs James Potter and family. From there they will go to DCS Moines to spend Easter with Mr and Mrs Irvin Ogland. Mr and Mrs Edwin U'ittkopf are going to St. Paul, Minn, next Wednesday to bring home the son Harlan who attends Concordia high school there. He will spend his Easter vacation here with his parents. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool are expected home May 1 from Mesa, Ariz., where they have spent the winter. They will spend 10 days in California and some time at Denver, Colo, before returning home. in charge of the guest book. The bride is a 1958 graduate of Titonka high school. The groom is a Grosse Points graduate and is employed at North Central Airlines in Detroit, Mich. They will make their home in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Wesley Boys 4-H Wesley Boys 4-H met at Oscar Hammonds on April 11, with 17 members. Four candidates for the summer camps were chosen. Monte Hammond gave a demonstration. Joe Skow, had diagrams on the motor course study. Mrs. Hammond served a very fine lunch at the close of the meeting. *Wjr MM* <* Ity, fa*J and wrvh*, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christensen of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur .Christensen and family and Alvina Haase of Burt were Thursday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Christensen in honor of Mrs. WendeU Christensen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Effie Teeter, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Buffington were Sunday dinner guests in the Wendell Christensen home. Mrs. Lawrence Govern and Mrs. Clifford Young went to Algona Tuesday afternoon. Portland Progress Club will meet Apr. 19 in the home of Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen, with Mrs. Axel Carlson and Mrs. Howard Sparks assistant hostesses. Program by Florence Reynolds. Mrs. Frank Becker and Mrs. John Miller will be in charge of the surprise num- production Costs HORMEL LIVESTOCK STATION ALGONA It happened 100 YEARS ago The oldest Incorporated trade association In the country, f the United States Brewers Association, was organized., in 1862... the same year that , CURLY wants to sell LIGHT BULBS Regular lamps or special lamps . . . you can find the largest and most complete stock of lamps in N.W. Iowa. Don't be satisfied with anything less than genuine G.E. Ltfmps. They cost no more. PRATT ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Corner of State & Jones Phone CY 4-4328 IN IOWA crews building the Mississippi and Missouri Railroad pushed the line to Brooklyn ... almost half way across the state, lowans cheered this pioneering feat' with glasses of foaming; beer/'-• For even then, beer was Iowa's traditional beverage of moderation. Beer still provides enjoyment for lowans, and a good jiving for many of them ... not only the employees of the Brewing Industry itself, but also for Iowa farmers and other suppliers of the materials brewers use. TODAY, In its centennial year, the United States Brewers Association still works constantly to assure maintenance of high standards of quality and propriety wherever beer and ale are served.. — UNITED STATES •BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Iowa Division —DCS Moines This is one 4 that acts twfa life «fee—ewqrf et the gas pump. (As a matter. tf fact, i Tempest 4 with automat/a transmission won its class In the recent Mobil Economy Run.) Get one you should, POff £/3C ?E| YOVB LOCAL AUTHORIZED PQNTIA3 DEAUS FOR NEW-ACTINQ USED CARS TOO, ••SCH'Ulf Z BROS, SQUW PHILLIPS ALQQNA.IQWA.

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