The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1962
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2-Alflona (la.) Upper Pet Maine* Tuesday, May 8, 1962 Look Your Prettiest So many exciting events are ahead . . . graduation, Mother's Day and weddings! Look your best on that "special day" with a flattering new hairdo, styled by our experts. Be The Prettiest Girl at The Prom. PERMANENT WAVE GOOD MONDAY AND THURSDAY A gen lie but firm coltl-wavp permanent with soft, natural-looking coiffure. Good only (luring May. Regular $10.00 Value Help Yourself To Beauty State Beauty Salon June Delrae Nina Jackie Phone CY 4-3127 READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS Miss Schnefzer Of LuVerne Is Wed Recently LuviM-nc — Mr. and Mrs. George Schnetzer announce the marriage of their daughter, Shirlcen Schnetzer, Fort Dodge, to Glen Wester, Eagle Grove. The wedding took place May ) at Vermillion, S. Dak. The bride is a waitress at Tony's, Fort Dodge and the groom employed at Webster City. They will be at home at Fort Dodge. Mothers Tea Mothers Day Tea was observed by the Ladies Aid Thursday at the Zion Ev. Lutheran church with 70 in attendance. Mrs. John Schnakenberg presided and welcomed the guests. Rev. Allen Rudow gave the sermonette honoring mothers. Retiring to the fellowship rooms, an informal program was in charge of Mrs. Emerald Strand. Mrs. Marvin Anderson gave a poem honoring mothers. Mrs. Wilma Tiede show ed colored slides on her recent Hawaiian trip. Quartet, Mrs. Schnakenberg, Mrs. Strand, Mrs. Lil lie Hesse, Mrs. Walter Bierstedl sang with Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg accompanist. German games were played in charge of the president. Program was closed with solo by Mrs. Harold Meyer. At the tea tables Mrs. Hugh Shirk, vice chairman, poured Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Allen Darby, Mrs. Earl Hanselman, Mrs. John Hanson and Mrs. Lawrence Oberhelman. Oldest mother honored was Mrs. Martha Schneider, 80, LuVerne and youngest Mrs. Robert Witham, Irvington. Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kuehnast of Humboldt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Myers and Walter Myers to Cowrie Sunday. They attended the funeral for Mrs. \Viliam Fridell who died suddenly of A GRADUATION GIFT! WHY NOT A PORTABLE TYPEWRITER LOADED a stroke. She was a cousin ol Gerhard and Walter Myers. Circles Meet Circles of WSCS met as follows: Circle 1, Wednesday, with Mrs. Clarence Krause, Mrs. Jess Jergensen led devotions and Mrs. Elden Guess reviewed a magazine. Mrs. Elmer Kubly chairman presided. Circle 2, Thursday, with Mrs, Laura Zweifel. Mrs. Nels Jensen led devotions and lesson study given by Mrs. William Goetsch. Mrs. John Voss, Jr., chairman, presided. Circle 3, Thursday, with Mi's. Percy Brink. Guests were Mrs. Brian Stewart and Mrs. Ben Hefty and Brian. Mrs. Alvin Weber led the devotions and the lesson given by Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom. Mrs. Weber, chairman, presided. An auction was held. Evening Star Circle, Thursday evening with Mrs. Dale Zentner with nine members present. Guests were Mrs. Harold Nielsen Sr., Mrs. Allyn Brink, Mrs. Ben Hefty. Mrs. Hefty was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Roland Wai- line led devotions and gave the lesson study. Mrs. Robert Barber chairman presided. These were the last circle meetings of the year. SMITH-CORONA and REMINGTON FULL LINE OF MODELS And Up (including Federal Excise Tax) WHY NOT A GIFT FOR SECURITY OF VALUABLE PAPERS AT HOME, TOO!! FIREPROOF DRAWERS & CHESTS (Carry Insurance Underwriters Label) $19.75 And Up Edward H. Dehnert arrived Wednesday to spend the summer in his home. He left LuVerne last June and visited his two daughters, Mrs. John Peters and Mrs. Jerry Hargrove and families in Denver, Colo. Then on to Sacramento, Calif, to visit his son Arlie and family. He also visited in Seattle, Wash., and McAllen am Corpus Christi, Texas during the winter months. Mrs. Cora Ross of Humboldl visited Sunday with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hof. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz of Livermore were callers Thursday evening of her nephew the Gerald Ramus family and celebrated the first birthday of Billy Arthur Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Luchsinger of Humboldt visited Tuesday with Mrs. Emma Moeding. The occasion was to honor the 81st birthday of Mrs. Moeding May 1. Canasta 8 were Tuesday evening guests of Mrs. Frank Gron- Dach. Substitute players were Mrs. Harold Meyer, Mrs. Eli Baier, Mrs. Arthur Dimler. High, Mrs. Jess Lindebak, low, Mrs. Duane Neal. Richard Wermersen of Sioux r alls, So. Dak., was a Tuesday guest of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. hil C. Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Huff leff iVednesday for a two-week vaca- lon to Columbus, Georgia to visit heir son, Cecil J. Huff, stationed n the army at Fort Bcn.n'ng. As- sting at the Huff Cafe during icir absence arc Mrs. Herman iinz, Mrs. George Studer, Mrs'.' arl John and Mrs. Fred Merkle, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Wolf and fam- ly had as dinner guests Sunday is parents Mr. and Mrs. George \\o\l of Algona, his uncle Mr. and . Orville Anderson of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Dale, LuVerne and Keith Kubly, Oak Park, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hof were Sunday guests of Mrs. Cora Ross, of Humboldt, Florence Hof o Fort Dodge in Fort Dodge. Keith Kubly of Oak Park, 111 was a weekend visitor with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elme Kubly and Dale. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly wer in Algona Wednesday where the I called on former LuVerne friend at the Good Samaritan Home als Mrs. Rose Westling and LaVerl Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa, Mr and Mrs. George Grimsehl. Mrs. Margaret Engel and Mr: Laura Zweifel visited Thursda evening with their uncle Caspa Weigand at Lutheran hospita Fort Dodge. Mr. Weigand, 85, un derwent surgery there Tuesday. Mrs. William Goetsch and Mrs Alvin Weber attended a Nort Iowa Conference of WSCS at a all day meeting in Mason City Wednesday. The May meeting of the Women's Society of World Service was held Thursday in the Ev. United Brethren church rooms with Mrs. Lawrence Marty hostess. Devotions and lesson were given by Mrs. Edwin Hefti and Mrs. Jerry Wolf. Walther League met at the Zion Ev. Lutheran church Thursday. Plans were made to have an() sponsor a summer Softball team. Miss Bergman Of Bancroft To Wed Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Meredith Lynn, shown here, to Dennis Me- ~liesh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCliesh. The wedding will be at St. John's Catholic church June 23. UDM Engraving) Beauty Shop Is Now Open In St. Joe Home St. Joe — Mrs Marvin Origer has opened Wilma's Beauty Shoppe this past week in her farm home three miles northwest of St. Joe. Mrs Origer, operator, is a graduate of the Bernel Beauty School in Fort Dodge and was employed in Fort Dodge before opening her shop here. Mrs Origer, the former Wilma Tiernan, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Tiernan of Rolfe. Cousin Passes Mr and Mrs John Thul returned home Wednesday from Port Washington, Wise, where they attended funeral services for a cousin, Fank Bay, 76, Saturday. On their return home they also visited Mrs Thul's sister, Sister M. Amalia at Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque. Others attending the funeral of Frank Bay were Mrs Herb Kayser and Alb Kayser from here, Mrs Mary Kayser, Algona, Mrs Nick Eischen, St. Benedict, Corrine Kayser, Fort Dodge, and Casper Kayser, Waseca, Minn. To Elect Officers C.D.A. will hold their regular monthly meeting May 9 with Mrs Francis Erpelding, grand regent, presiding in St. Joseph's school. Election of officers for the coming year, will be the main business of the evening. The nominating committee selected at the April meeting is comprised of Mrs M. T. McGuire, Mrs Orville Wagner, Mrs Peter C. Reding, Mrs Alvin Klein and Mary Jane Origer. Mrs Paul Erpelding and Mrs George Wagner attended the State C.D.A. Convention in Council Bluffs Apr'il'27, 28 and 29. The annual C.D.A. Mother-Daughter Banquet is scheduled for May 29 with the St. Joseph's Knights of Columbus committee in charge of the dinner. C.D.A. Banquet committee will be Mrs Damian Centgraf, Mrs Frank Reding, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mrs Leonard Studer, Mrs Clarence Bormann, Mrs Rein-> aid Salz and Mrs James Stahl. : Conrnittee in charge of the meeting Wednesday evening will be Mrs Dona) 1 Reding, Mrs Henry Zeimet, Mrs Vfllliam B. Devine, Mrs John Thul, Mrs Daryl Baker, Mrs Tony Becker, Mrs Maggie Thilges and Mrs Maurice Reding. WA/T- ADS BRING RESULTS PREPARE NOW FOR THE RAINY DAYS AHEAD! We install, clean and repair gutter's and downspouts. We specialize in all sheet metal work. Licensed, insured contractors, serving both residential and commercial* Guaranteed materials and workmanship. LAING'S Plumbing & Heating Algona CY 4-2104 IF YOU DON'T HEAR WELL You Are Cordially Invited to Attend a FREE HEARING AID CLINIC Conducted by the Well-Known Hearing Aid Authority. At The ALGONA HOTEL, ALGONA Friday, May 11, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Without cost or obligation, this noted Beltone consultant will make a thorough, scientific analysis of your hearing needs — will demonstrate the latest Beltone Hearing Aids and recommend the one which you require for satisfactory hearing. If a Beltone will not help you — you cannot buy one. You are welcome to bring with you any friends who need hearing help or, if you prefer, give us their names anJ addresses so that we may contact them or send them a valuable booklet on deafness. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Please Write If You Wish Me to Call at Your Home BELTONE- 906 W. Grand - Des Moines 9, Iowa CLOSING OUT AT FARM 2 MILES SOUTH AND 1 MILE WEST OF ALGONA, ON SATURDAY, MAY 12 For Abstracts, Bonds, Tax Records, Valuable Papers, etc. A Size or Style To Fit Your Own Hpme Space, UPPER DES MOINES ^PMP ^^^^ Wd^^ H^^W^^^ ^^^r ^9 *^HI WWi W| Tj^B ^^P^ ^^^^ ^^|^^ ^ DKKSS Two year old Jqdene Schroeder of Lost Nation recently donned a red cotton dress that was 88 years old, and that had been worn by three generations of her family. The dress was worn by her grandmother. Mrs John C. Schroeder o| Maquoketa and her great-grandmother the late Mrs Bertha Dean of Maquoketa. 111 E. CAU ST. ALQONA, IOWA 1IOI5BY Miss Murgaret Winter of Truro hu.s a collection of cups and buu- cerh, at this time numbering \d'2, from seven countries, and 11 status. FOXES e F Miaul, Marcngo, bagged 1C foxes this past winter with both gun and trap. SALE BEGINS AT 1 O'CLOCK MACHINERY Farmall H Tractor with new power pack, A-l. 2-row Cultivator. 7 ft. Tractor Mower, Int. with windrower. 2 - Plows: 1 Oliver Raydex 2-14"; 1 Case 2-14". Case Combine with new canvas, motor just overhauled. IHC one-row Corn Picker, semi-mounted. IHC Spreader, No. 100. 4-section Drag. 15 ft. John Deere Disc. 12 ft. Springtooth. IHC 2-row Corn Planter with fert. attachment. Hog Feeder, 30 bu. wood. Speed Jack 3 — sets of new 20-hole chicken nests. HOGS 6 — Registered Poland China second litter gilts, open; 2 from the Henry herd at Emmetsburg; 2 from Friedow herd at Kanawha; 2 form Curtis herd at Churdan. Vacc. fpr erysipelas, cholera and lepto. 24 - Feeder Pigs. New Surge Electric Fencer. Electric Brooder. Small Grinder. Heat Lamps. Windrower. IHC 6" Hammermill. Cylinder Corn Shelter. Cob Burning Tank Heater. 10 ft. Horse Disc. 100 gal. gas barrel, 50 gal. barrel. 100 gal. fuel barrel and stand. Coal heating Stove. 2 — Oil Burners. Other articles too numerous to mention, SHEEP-LAMBS 25 - Ewes, some with lambs. CALVES 3 - Calves, wt. 600 Ibs. S T RAW 2.50 - Bales of Straw. TERMS - Cash, no property to be removed until settled for; not responsible for accidents BERNARD MILLER and Edge, Auctioneers

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