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

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1962
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V Upper De« M«W»* Tueitfoy, ApfiMX, 1962 BurtW.S.C.S. Names Officers Members of the Hurt WSCS ;,eledted officers to serve for the flew" Church year Which, begins June 1, ,. Mrs. Dean Andrews \vas re- •electad/president; Mrs. Wm. G, Bohi, hohorary vice president; ' Mrs. Glenn Teeter, re-elected vice president; Mrs. Milford Smith, reelected treasurer; Mrs. P. C. Soderberg, re-elected recording secretary; Mrs. P. L. Ryersort, promotion secretary. ' Other secretaries, chairmen, etc. elected were: Mrs. J. C. Geesman, Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Elsie Lockwood, Mrs. Dale Lockwood, Mrs. Fred Hilton, Mrs. • Kenneth Sarchet, Mrs. Janice Schaeller, Mrs. Gladys ^Hawcott, Mrs. Al Hinckley, Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Pred Davis, Mrs. Lance Riebhoff, Mrs. John Spear, Mrs. •Jerry Wiener, Mrs. 0. H. Graham, Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. Robert Sarchet, Mrs. G. H. McMullen. The president-elect has called a meeting of the above officers at 'the church at 7:30 p.m. Apr. 12, for the purpose of setting up com- /mittees for the coming year. ' Ladies Aid Met A discussion was held at the April meeting of the St. John's Ladies' Aid. Pastor Vohling led the discussion. Plans were made for the L.W.M. L. Rally to be held at St. John's church May 9. The guest speaker will be Rev. R. P. Jenkins, Omaha, Nebr. Esther Miller was appointed chairman in charge of the stamp and coupon project. Hostesses were Arlene Schneider and Florence Schroeder. The next meeting will be held May. 3. Hostesses will be Lydia Schwietert and Helen Smith. Burl Bombers The April meeting of the Burt Bombers 4-H club was held at the Sam McClesh home Monday evening. The leader, Wallace Hawcott, was unable to be present, so the meeting was led by Mr. L. McGuire. The minutes and treasurers reports were read and approved. The May meeting date was changed from May 14 to May 7. Lynn Bierstedt and Gene Lockwood were elected delegates to Short Course at Ames. Lu'n'ch Clesh. Served by Mrs, lillc- Circle Meetings Methodist church circles will meet Apr. 18: Rachel circle at the home of Benita Mitchell, program by Gladys Hawcott; Rebecca circle at the home of Lefie McMullen with Lorraine Campney giving devotions and Stella Geesman, program; Rhoda circle at the home of Georgia Holding. Lydia Manus Mil have devotions and Ethel Smith, program; Ruth circle at the church with Shirley Lovstad hostess. Florence Spear will be in charge of the program. Attend Meeting Mrs. Mary Oes"terrelcher, accompanied by Frances McDonald and Lana Cunningham, spent Saturday in Des Moines where they attended a State Future Teachers Association meeting. Frances and Lana and their sponsor Mrs. Oesterreicher attended as delegates of the Kos,suth County F.T.A. Goodwin Bergerud, Burt farmer, left Monday for Iowa City where he entered University hospital to undergo major surgery. Mrs. Bergerud has been a patient at the Iowa City hospital for the past three weeks undergoing treatment for a serious heart condition. The Bergerud children attending school are staying at the Al Hinckley the Hub Clothiers continues its offer of a big .. . EASTER HAM with the purchase of any suit or sport coat and slacks at $45 or more! That Is Right Folks — you will get a delicious ARMOUR STAR HAM with every purchase of a suit or sport coat and slacks of $45 or more at the Hub . . . you'll not only be getting an outstanding clothing bargain but also an Easter dinner on us. Our selection of spring suits, sport coats, and slacks has never been finer ... in fact, any accessory for men can be found at the Hub in the latest spring styles. So take advantage of this sensational offer —make your selection from our complete stock this week and GET YOUR ARMOUR STAR HAM ABSOLUTELY FREE ! SUITS from $39.95 SPORT COATS from . $24,95 fa SLACKS from $13,95 OFFER ENDS SAT.,APRIL21 AM»OMA,IOW* home. Mr. and Mrs. Stittf •I,KU family spent the wfeekgfi the latter's brother, Robert at Westside. - , -• M Mr. and Mfs. Ed''tfr6hhberfi, Kiester, visited at the Al Hlrteldey home Friday. ,<„ -. > Loreha Riebhoff, Des / Monies, spent from Wednesday through Saturday at Columbus. Ohfo, where she attended the National Cbfl« vention of T.V. Education. Lorena, daughter of the Lance RiebhWs was the only delegate from Bea Moines. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettbher arrived home late Friday, biter three weeks in Florida, ' Mrs. Helen Johnson is spending 10 days visiting at the homes* of her sons, Arlen and Richard,'.at San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Aftrlia PresthuS, Algona, is staying at.the Johnson home during her absence. Mrs. Helen Vogel arrived hdihe Thursday after spending several days with her daughter and faffl- ily, the Dr. Robert Melvilles at Iowa City. .* Mr. and Mrs. Walter iSqrehsbn and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Waf: ner and boys, Algona, spenP'the weekend in Minneapolis. They attended the Ice Follies and spent Saturday night at the (Clinton .Sbr enson home. ' • r ., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding spent Monday and Wednesday.' a Mason City. ' , , • \ \ Members of the T.N.T.. Club ihe for a one o'clock luncheon Tues day at the home of Esther Sor enson. The birthdays of Lillian Fredrickson and .Mary Jean "An drews were observed. Chuckie Glfford observed his 7th birthday Wednesday and. in honor of the occasion his mother Mrs. Gordon Gifford, entertained a group of Chuckle's boy friends at a party after school. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith-left this week for Dixon, 111. and St. Louis, Mo., where they will visit at the homes of their sons until after Easter. Irene Lauritson arrived home Wednesday after a week's hospitalization at St. Ann, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley became parents of their second son, born to them at St. Ann hospital Sunda, April 28. The little lad who weighed in at 9 Ibs.,' was named Mark Joseph. He has a sister and brother.. Recent visitors at the Mel Button home were Mr. and Mrs. John- Strawn and Mr. Pierce, all of Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Strawn is the former Evelyn Dutton and Mr. Pierce is the Button's grandson. The three were enroute from Ballas to Bethel, Maine. On Sunday, the Buttons and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter and Gwenyth, Mrs. Florence Schichtl, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and family, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schichtl and f/mily, Washington, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Johannson, Algona, were ai guests at the C. R. Cook home in Algona. Stork's at' Bancroft., M«, dorf had attended fi6r; brother Frank Mulligan's futef al Mfttfdfiy at Bancroft. Mr. and Mfs, ttoberf Skillifl'g attended the C. Clark funeral at Britt Thursday. Mr. Clark was Mrs. Shilling's grandfather. Mr. B. 0. Davis received word on Apr. 11 of death of his stepmother, Mrs. M. Davis", of Ottumwa. Dick Ddrnbier returned home Apr. 11 from Phoenix, Aria, where he'd been employed for a few weeks. Sunrise Easter Service Planned By Youth Council The Algona Youth Council tifider tkf Ma&fo of Wi& el isaaes'dnv advisor, will spoil»-. the annual Easter Sunrise Service to be held this year on EaStef at fa.nt, in the Flfdt Pfes* ByterJartchurch. Rev. Benjamin, Meyers, a senior at the Dubtique Theological Seminary, will be the guest speaker. Youth representatives from the Co-operating churches will also participate in the service. ''TFei/pwuig the Sunrise Service a breakfast will be held in the fellowship hall of the First Presbyterian church. Youth officers hi each church are selling tickets for 35 cents. The public is Invited to •attend, this service and breakfast. Reservations must'be made in ad- Vantfe for,the breakfast. ' SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, llshing Co., phone CY 4-3535, LEDfiER SHEETS «* Up- pfef Des Molnes Pub. 60.1 Al< §ona. FILING CABINETS, 2, fl, 4 r, also coftiWnatlon fll» ta^e cttblneis in »ftf- of Bi8«8. Office Supply ., Wppef Dei Molws* Pub. 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