The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1962 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1962
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CORN YIELD ROBBERS the Modern Way *JLB ' ' ' •• M with ~ CERTAIN DEKALB HYBRID VARIETIES fRE BRED TO RESIST -^^ APHIDs SLIGHT STALK ROT Eugene Hood, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Peter C. Reding, Bode Lawrence Besch, WhiHemore Archie Elbert, Algona Raymond Otis, Wesley Frank . Droessler, Bancroft Homer Marthiesen, Fenton (Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper proudly announces the appointment of NORTH IOWA DISTRIBUTING CO. 209 So. Main St. Phone CY 4-4335 as distributor of MILLER HIGH LIFE to the people of ALGONA AND KOSSUTH COUNTY In bottles in cans Many Lakofa Homes Honor Confirmations Lakota — Mr, and Mrs. Guj Beemer and Mrs. Bill Beemer o Webster City, Mrs. Beverly Hart Well and sons of Thompson were dinner guests at the Rbbert Beem er home following Monica's con firmation at the Presbyterian church. Mr., and Mrs. A. C. Biersted were hosts at dinner and suppei for a number of relatives anr friends at St. Paul's parish hall recently, following the confirma tion of their son, Steven. the Burdette Hoeppner's Were dinner hosts following Linda's con firmation at the Presbyterian church recently. Afternoon callers at the Kenneth Beck home following Betty's con firmatibrt at the Presbyterian church were Roger and Geneva WilcoX, Heyo Bosma Sr., Mr. ahc Mrs, Albert Bosma Sr., and evening visitor, was Waiter Bbeckholt Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weringa entertained at the Lakota City hail following the confirmation of their son, Terry at St. Paul's Lutheraif church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christ en tertained at dinner following their son William's confirmation at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Present were Mrs. Ella Addy and boys, Mr. and Mrs. August Christ, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Christ and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bon'no Schutter of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Schutter and Anita, Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Ubben and family all of Titonka. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Christ and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Herman and family of Titonka. Guests at the Otto Karels home following the confirmation of Susan' at St. Paul's Lutheran church for Sunday dinner were Mr. and' Mrs. Albert Karels and family of Le Sueur, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Karels of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Karels, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson and family, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Beadle of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family, S.wea City, Mrs. Edward Hammond, Swea City, John Schueler Jr. and family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Hove and girls, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. John Karels Jr. and family, Buffalo Center. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. William Karels and boys," Bancroft, " Mrr" and Mrs Leonard Karels, Sharon,. Marleno and Julie Bockman of Winnebago. Dinner guests at Roland Smith Jr.'s following Neil's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klocke and family of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Sr., Mrs. Pauline Klocke, Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht. Dinner guests at the Vernon Smith's following the confirmation of Marsha at the Presbyterian church were Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mabus and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Blome and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Heetland and family, Mr, and Mrs- De Vere Smith and family of Elmore. Guests for dinner at the Henry Dontje home following Eugene's confirma ti on at Presbyterian church were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dontje, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Harry" Tish, Swea Cityj Mr-, and Mrs. Roy Hintz and family, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. David Dontje and family of Forest City, Virgil Wallentine. Guests at the Laverne Edwards home in honor of Merle's confirmation at St. Paul's Lutheran church were Clarence Edwards and Mildred of Stevens, Horman Melz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nauman and family of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyers and family Confirmation Dinner .Bode '-> Mr. and Mrs, Bill Wood entertained a large party of rela lives following confirmation ceremonies in St. Olaf Lutheran church, Palm Sunday. With Hey M, 0. Kraabel officiating, fheir daughter Shirley was a member of the class. Besides Bode- relatives, those from out of town included: -Mr and Mrs, Ralph Schumacher anc family and Mark BottftetteTf, WHit« temore atid Mr, .and Mrs. Grover Refit* and the John Curry family df LuVerrie. of Cor with, Mrs. Dan Mylan anc Ivan Heidecker and family .of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs, John Dorenbusi were dinner hosts in honor ol Dwight's recent confirmation. Luncheon arid afternoon visi at the Herman Weringas in honor of Larry's confirmatidn at Sh Paul's Lutheran church were Mr. and Mrs. George Weringa and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Pete. Bruer, Mr. and Mrs, Jake Peterson, The Leonard Weinkaufs entefi tallied at a dinner Sunday following Richard's confirmation. Garden Club Met ' Lakota Blue Jay Jr. Garden 31ub met at the home of Rebecka Beemer on Saturday, April 14. Bight members and the leaders Vera and Viola Huettner were present. Marcial Paulsen becanie; a member and Emily Hoepprier' was a'guest. Lunch was served by Jecky. "resbytcrian Women : 6 The UPW met last week Thursday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mrs. Ronald Heetland, Mrs. Alvin Rippert- rop and Mrs. Jim Smith. Dew ions were given by Mrs. Robert lamilton; Mrs: Russell Winter was n charge of music. She introduced Mrs. Arlowe Blome, Mrs, Vernon Smith, Mrs.-Glenn Mabus, drs. Elmer Pa'ulsen,' arid Mrs. lonald Heetland who sang. They were accompanied by Mrs. Jerry leetland. The program topic on 'National Missions" was given by Mrs. William Schroeder. 'enchers Sign Contracts ' Two more teachers have signed ontracts for the coming year. Mrs. Thorland will return to the th grade and a new teacher hired or the 6th grade was Mr. Joseph Wagenaar of Orange City. Lakota till needs an English teacher and a foreign language teacher. Birthday Club MrsT Harry Rosenau entertained members of a birthday club at her home recently. Present were Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Richard Zielske, Mrs. L. A. Nitz, Mrs. Signe Nelson, Airs. Mary Telkamp, Mrs. Ella Ellman, Mrs. Fred Christ, Mrs. Rufus Olthoff, Mrs, Lena Schwarz, Miss Hannah Heetland and Mrs. Henry Blome. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow have returned home from the Hospital at Estherville. Mrs. Otis Jenkins is staying at the Farrow home to' help take care of them. The Lutheran Brotherhood met in the parish hall Tuesday evening. Devotions were given by Delbert Wentworth. A playlet was presented by Gottlieb Rieffer, Delberl Wentworth, Arthur Bierstedt and Rev. Meiriecke. Lunch was served by Paul Koppen, George Christ and Fred G. Bauman. Mr. and Mrs. John Roelfsema, Linda and Judy Kollasch, Terry, Skip, and Scott Kollasch, and Mrs. Tena Price attended the services at the Lutheran church on Sunday. Dennis Roelfsema, son of the Ivan Roelfsemas was a member of the confirmation class. Mr. and Mrs. William Hanken and children went to Oelwein recently to attend the funeral for Mr. Hanken's father, B. A. Hanken. The Lakpta Band Mothers met last Monday evening in the hot lunch room of the school. It was For a glorious week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New Al tht New Hotel Maryland, on «ny. wtfk *nd, you will gel i large douhl* room, break fan h iwo in ih« Maryland'! f»b«- loui Orle»ni room, fret TV and parking Fife lodging to child r«n under 14 when accompanied by parenu Special rvduced met ai announced that S new band unN rprms had been purchased and it is hoped they will be here for ffle spring concert. The next and last meeting of the year will be 1B May and election of officers Will be held. Hostesses were Mrs Ifvin Koppen, Mrs. John Cordes, Mrs. Walter Christ and Mrs. Albert Goetz. "Walter Rosenau returned home Worn the Buffalo Center hospital following surgery. '. l Mr. and Mrs. George Christ are Home after spending throe months at Benito, Texas. They had taken their trailer home with them and lived in it. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. RippCntrop, Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bishop of Swea City are home on Friday evening from a trip south. ' Saturday evening visitors at the Stanley Steckers for Michael's 9th birthday Were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ehrhardt, Swea City and Mrs. Fred Stecker. . ' v Dr. Helene Groff of Mason City \vas a weekend guest at the Dr. If, G. Groff home. She came to Attend the confirmation of her grandson, Clifford. ' 'Dinner guests at the Herb, Julius lome following Howard's confirmation at the Presbyterian church Were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Becker and family, Mr. and. Mrs. Cecil Julius and daughter of Fort Dodge, tfr. and Mrs., Arnold Becket- and •amily, Mrs.' Grafie 'Weaver and son, Wallace Julius, Buffalo Center; • ' •'•Mr. and Mrs. Otto Englebarts attended .services at Imtiiahitals church at Woden. Their granddaughter was a member of the confirmation.,clas$.'' i.S :•;-,. ''.; S, Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert ftollaseh 'and 1 family; Mr .and Mrs. Donald Kollasch and family visited with the, : men's father, Mr.; J. M. Kolr jasch at Bancroft.- • >' • ":-, 'Mr. and Mrs. 1 Alvih Boettcher and family and Judy Anderson-visr ited with Alvin's 1 (incle atfd family, Mr. and Mrs. -Fred Porter at Blue Earth. Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Selklng of Manson, J. E. Uketia and Mrs. n A. Winter were recent dlnnef guests at the Jerry Heetland home In the afternoon Rev. and Mrs Seiking visited with Mrs. Jerry Ukena at the Buffalo Center hos pital. Friday evening visitors at the Paul Christs were Mr. and Mrs Walter Haack and son of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. John Alke visited at the Frank Meyer home at Cor with recently. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Janse"n were supper guests 'at the Lambnl Jansens, Bancroft, in honor of Jerry Jahsen's 5th birthday. Mrs. Ed Buckels of Boone spent from Wednesday to Friday last week at the W. E. Ley home. On Thursday Mrs. W. D. Ley entertained at a coffee party, Mrs. Buckels, Mrs. W. E. Ley, Mrs. H. H. Murray, and Mrs. H. D. Mussman. - t Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier were dinner guests at the Marvin Junkermeier ^home following Jimmy Junkermeier's confirmation. ^ Mrs. Greta Stecker is home following a 4-month, stay with her daughter and family, at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina. • BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mrs. ... Elizabeth . Korrect, who was injured in a car accident last Sunday 'at: Emttietsburg, went to Laurens after her discharge from the hospital and will spend some time?with her son, George. D'avid and Duane McCliesh, employed iin Chicago, came for a weekend visit with their parents, the Glen McClieshs.;6ri , Sunday, they and Mr. and Mrs. T. X LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING Shop the Tuftiday, April 24, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper DM MaIn«*-7 Mescher were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch and daughter, Algona. Kay Menke, Mary and David Welp, Priscilla Govern, spent the Easter weekend with their parents. Bess Connelly returned to her hdme after several days with hef daughter Fay and family, Mason City. Very little farm work has been done here, due to the cold, wet weather. Many farmers are sowing their oats in spots where they are able to get in to work Eliminate weeds and increase soybean profits with Alanap I ALANAP, Weed-clean soybean fields mean bigger yields; and ALANAP® is the most effective pro-emergence weed killer of them all. Extensive field usage has proved ALANAP is superior for stopping profit-choking broadleaf weeds and grasses, including giant foxtail, before they emerge. Soybean growers report yield increases of 3 to 4 bushels more per acre from good weed control. , Just'one application dfcALANAp givel*you safe, positive weed control for up to 8 weeks. ALANAP eliminates the time and expense of mechanical weeding. For safe, effective, economical weed control, order proven ALANAP in liquid or granules from your local supplier. 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Drop by and investigate this great way to make a truck do double duty. A strong Chevrolet is your best bet for work or play. See your Chevrolet dealer for trucks that keep working and working and working and working! KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 101 SOUTH HALL ALGONA, IQWA CY 4*3554

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