The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1962 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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Mr. ohd Mrs. Richard Mawd- ffcyhad as dinner guests for Mother's Day and Mr. Mawdsley's birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winkelhlan, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Winkelman and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pitkin and family, all of Buffalo Center. , Plum Creek Woman's Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs Floyd Bode. Elsie Wilrett gave the opening number and the program was a round table discussion on gardening. The next meeting will be June 13, a guest day at the home of Mrs. Lyle Davis. See the new dressy look for spring in fine hats styled by / Adam! Fine fur felts in latest shades of black, carbon, grey, brown, tan, olive. Sizes 6% to 7J£, ©PIONEER registered trade* S&fiSSK You're more sure of the crop when you're sure of the seedj " PLANT PIONEER Corn SEE orCAU GET YOURS FROM — YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy Algona fed Hoover, Sr Algona Henry Schroeder Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch Bode Waltet Vaudt Whittemore Robinson Produce Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. STOP! YOU MAY HAVE WON A TORO POWER MOWER Check the TORO ad in your May 22nd copy of "LOOK" magazine. The "Lucky Number" coupon may entitle you to a free 19" Toro Whirlwind. BRING YOUR TOR01UCKY NUMBER' COUPON IN NOW NORTON MACHINE WORKS Mr. nnd Mrs. Brnji Moypr o Monticello were Mother's Da> guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mey er. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNoIll ant family of Spirit Lake spent Run day with relatives and friend; here. Mrs. Craig Vlnsnn nnd Pegg) and Jane of Hock Rapids spen'i Wednesday here with Mrs. Milton Dahl. —o— Jack Vipond, Iowa City, spent the Mother's Day weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vi pond here. —o—• Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Whittemore were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith. —o— The Birthday Staff of Reboknh lodge is meeting this evening (Tuesday) at the home of My rile Turnbaugh. v —o— Mrs. Bertha Pomincr is a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason iity, where she had cataracts removed last Tuesday. Soroptimist club will meet Wednesday noon at Hotel Algona. The program is in charge of Clan Zender and Louise Magnuson. Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have its monthly party meeting this evening (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs. Lament Wcl- lendorf. —o— Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweilcr have as guests Mr. and Mrs. Millar McElrea of Milton, New Zea land, who are on a round the world tour. 117 N. HALL ALGONA CY 4-4651 Don Potter was elected to the board of directors at the annual meeting of the Mental Health Center of North Iowa held Friday evening at Mason City. —o— The Big Six birthday club will have a pot luck luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs. J. P. Smith. Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee's birthday is being observed. —o— Methodist MYF and IYF youth groups will have a joint meeting May 20 with John Schutter, Jr. showing his pictures and telling about his trip to United Nations. " Couples Club of the Methodist church had a family pot luck supper Sunday at the Call State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stock were chairmen of the committee in charge. —o— Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will meet Sunday. Alice Condon will be guest speaker and committee in charge is Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Huenhold. —o— Women's Missionary Fellowship of the Regular Baptist church will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the church. Hostesses are Marian Mains and Donna Vanderhoff. Joan Mains will give the lesson and Donna Vanderhoff devotions. —o—• Edward Rcilly. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reilly, was taken to Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Thursday evening for an emergency appendectomy. He is a junior at Garrigan high school and holds .the dubious honor of being the first of the Reilly's is children to have surgery. Pam Waller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller and a sophomore at SUI, will be among students to be honored at Honors Convention May 19 at Iowa City. The convocation is for B-plus or better students. Miss Waller will also serve as one of 110 Orientation leaders for freshmen at the University next fall. _o— Couples Club of First Lutheran church will have a potluck meeting Wednesday evening at Call State Park. If adverse weather interferes, the meeting will be held at the church. The committee is Mr. and Mrs. Ernie George, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gerdis, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jacobsen and Rev. and Mrs. Edsel Isaacson. Westminster Youth Fellowship of the Presbyterian church hail its last meeting of the season Sunday, a breakfast at the church. Eighth graders who will be members next year were special guests. New officers were elected and in- stalled. Thoy are Marilyn Skow moderator; Kay Agena, vice mo derator; Diane Maliieg, secretary Mary Jo Brower, treasurer; anc Gary Colwell, representative to the Algona Youth Council. *_o-^> Mothers received special recog nilion at the worship service a| the Methodist church Sunday Mrs. Mary Miller Was the oldest mother present and Mrs. Erbc Shipler, youngest. Mrs. Lyle Reidinger was mother of the youngest child and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mrs. A. J. Ricklcfs tied for having the largest number of children present, four each. Mrs. George Miller of Dayton? Beach, Fla. was the mother present from the greatest distance. —o— A bridal shower was given for Claudia Ruark Monday evening at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Sabin. Mrs. Ronald Gardner, Mrs. Joseph Skow, Mrs. Don Asa, Mrs. Harold Colwell, Mrs. Wayne Hanson, Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. Mrs. Harold Sabin was mistress of ceremonies at the program; Mrs. Joseph Skow gave a reading; Pat Schneider, accompanied by Mrs. Richard Wawclsley, sang; and a duet was ;iven by Edith Ann Ruark anc David Sabin, accompanied by Mrs. Claude Ruark. Mrs. Chuck Schafer and Mrs. Robert Schmitt of West Bend poured. Miss Ruark will be married to Marvin Shafer of West Bend May 20 in the Presbyterian church. Vr-rno was nflmrrt m business manager in connection with Ihe Veishea preparations. Veishea, an annual event at Iowa Stale University campus, Ames, was held May 3 to 5. f'arle, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eiivle Hanselman, LuVerne is a sophomore at the University. Missionary Guild met Wednesday uith Mrs. Eli Bagcr. Guests wi re Mrs. Martha Schneider, Mrs. Amelia Hanselman, Mrs. Anna " msciman, Mrs. Clarence Nielsen. They voted $5 for Care package and $:, for the Helen Keller Blind (>\<Tsea.s fund. Friendly Neighbor Club were guests Tuesday evening of Mrs. Henry Ktibly with nine attending. Mrs. A. A. Schipull had the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss are fjarenls of an !! pound, 2'a ounce son. Steven Jeffrey, born Sunday, M;iy ii, at St. Ann hospital. They mm have three sons and one laughter. Grandparents are Mr. ind Mrs. John Voss, Jr., and Mr. )d Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Lu- Mrs. Edward Ramtis visited the 3<!si week in Wesley with he laughter, the Irvin Hildman fam WE HAVE DISPOSABLE FILTER BAC8 for all General Electric Vacuum Cleaners ONIV $1,25 tte ceoutw Mrfprmancf btorlnj Ihlf tro BEECHER LANE APPUANCi ALGONA CY 4-3613 Karen Baer Of LuVerne Weds Hardy Farmer LuVerno — Karen Baer and Myron May of Hardy were married at 7:30 p.m. May 5 at Wayside Chapel of the First Methodist church in Mason City. Rev. LeRoy Bauman officiated. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Becker of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald May of Hardy. The Mays will live near Hardy where the bridegroom is engaged in farming. Bridal attendants at the wedding were Beth Neal and Lavon Maass, both of LuVerne. The groom was attended by his brother Dennis May of Hardy and Gary Saturn of Mason City. Hold Annual Tea The annual Mother's Day Tea of the Tuesday Club was a one o'clock luncheon May a 7 at Humboldt with all members present. Guests were Mrs. Everett Stevens of Sexton, Mrs. Allyn Brink, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, Mrs. Harry Naffziger. New officers named committees for the new year. The club will bq on vacation during the summer resuming meetings in September with Mrs. Marie Maass new president. Business Manager Earle Hanselman, Jr., of Lu- Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Schtiltz o Pella were Wednesday and Thurs day visitors with his mother, Mrs Mary Shtiltz. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanforc family visited his mother, Mrs Jessie Sanford, sisters, the James Trauger and Milton Wilhclm families, Sunday. Saturday evening visitors of Mrs. Sanford and the Traugers were their daughter anc sister, the Irvin McGowans of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Moeding and children of Estherville visited Sunday with his father William Moeding, his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Moeding and Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Baumgartner and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner attended the funeral of Mrs. Stanley Olson, 44, Woden, Thursday. Mrs. Olson was a sister of Mrs. Victor Baumgarl- ner. •BURT By Mrs. Al Hinckley LWML Rally The Algona Zone LWML Rally at St. John's Lutheran church May 9. Opening devotions by Pastor A. E. Vehling. Welcome, Mrs. Eugene Meyer Burt, response, Mrs. H. Lauch', Garner, report by Christian growth chr., Mrs. Wilfred Radig, the church year in word and song was presented by Mrs. R. Wilrett. Noon luncheon by the Burt society. Devotions by Pastor D. E. Weiss of West Bend. Afternoon speaker, Pastor R. F. Jenkins of Omaha. St. Luke's Society of Cylinder extended an invitation for the Fall Rally. After closing devotions all returned to church parlors for lunch. &RS ago The oldest incorporated trade association in the country, the United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862 ... the same year that «*A*<Mr IN IOWA, our famous civil war governor, Samuel J. ' Kirkwood, for whom many streets and public buildings tare now named, was inaugurated for a second term. Throughout the state, the event was toasted with foaming steins of beer. For then, as now, beer was the traditional beverage of moderation . . . light, sparkling refreshment that adds a touch of old-fashioned Iowa hospitality, lowans have always enjoyed, the good fellowship that goes with every glass. 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, ' ftlNrfED STATtS .;.., ... .-' JBREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ;j,dwa .OiVisto'n — Ues Monies Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain «*W T.rk, H. T. (Speclfl) — For tb« first timo science hag found * new healing nubstuncu with the astonishing ability to ehrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and reliev* pain — without surgery. In c«a« after case, whfl* gently •clieving pain, actual reduction {ahrinkage) took place. •o thorough that (offerer* mad* astonishing statements like "PU«« buve ceased to be * problem I* The secret is a new healing sab- •unce (Bio-Dyne*) -discovery of a world-famous research institute. Thi* fubstance U DOW available In ruppotttorj 9 under th« name rlttfinft hV tnnch hour svas by Mrs. Flonry Schrop- der. A skit, Okoboji Bound, given by several ladies of the Burt society. A/c Richard .Johnson, his wife and small son, Phoenix, are enjoying a .10-day le^ive with his mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson and with her sisters Mrs. Cordon Oif- fortl and Mrs. Clair Reutzel. Mrs. Myrtle Trayer, Milnor, N. D., visited from Wednesday tinli! Tuesday with her niece, Hattie Hulterstrum and with her cousins Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mrs. Doris Larson. Mother's Day guesls of, Mrs. Helen Johnson were Mrs. Myrtle Trayer, Milnor, N. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reed and family, Mankato, A/c Richard and Mrs. Johnson and family, Phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Nelson and son, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gade and son, Algona, and Mrs. Doris Larson and family. Virginnia Bohi, Sioux City, spent Mother's Day weekend with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. VVm. Bohi. Larry Hinckley, Aberdeen, S Dak. and Carilyn Hinckley, Sioux City, spent Mother's Day weekend at their home here. TiiMrfSy, May !5, Algona (fn.) Upper 5e» Gorwith-Wesley Grcids Gradual ion for the Corwilh-Wes- ley senior class will bo May 22. it has been announced. Dean Win. Wesselink of Bucna Vista College will make the commencement ad- dress. Rarralanreate will be held May 20 in tho Corwith First Bap- Lighting the way of men to bet- lermenl is I no finest profession known. Home financing your biggest headache? ---—±7" ease the pain REFINANCE LET us draw up u new home loan — out? you can afford — custom- fitted lo your present income and budget. HOME LOANS AND SAVINGS SINCE 1917 HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. Afgona, fowa HOME LOANS THAT HELP YOUR COMMUNITY TO GROW AND PROSPER Eliminate weeds and increase soybean profits with Alanap I ALANAP I ^ ee d-clean soybean fields mean bigger yields, and I— 1 ALANAP® is the most effective prc-emcrgence 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 of ALANAP gives you safe, positive weed control tor up to 8 weeks.'AI.ANAP 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: Insist on ALANAP in the distinctive white and blue container., NAUGATUCK CHEMICAL DIVISION United States Rubber STANDARD Q U A L I T Y ANHY l-Your most ECONOMICAL source of Nitrogen Nine to 10 cents per Ib. of ACTUAL NITROGEN delivered to your farm. 2-Your most EFFECTIVE form of Nitrogsn. It promotes earlier spring growth. 3—Application is made 10 to 12 inches deep in the moisture and root zone. It resists leaching. Your soil is the carrier. 4—With adequate sub-soil moisture and the perfect soil condilion we have this year, Nitrogen will pay off at the rate of $3 to $5 for every dollar invested. S-PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR SIDE DRESSING! There is bound to be a shortage of Ammonia later on. 6-We furnish applicator and tanks. You apply your own; or for a nominal charge we will do it for you. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW W!TH THE FOLLOWING AREA DEALERS KRANTZ & KITZSINGER - Titonka, Iowa MURRAY ELEVATOR - Bancroft, Iowa MARVIN PERKINS - Rodman, Iowa OR ORDER DIRECT FROM PLANT MOR- Plant At Irvington, Iowa Phone CY 4-3548 or CY 4-4026

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