The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1962 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 22, 1962
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4-~Algoiia (la.) Upper DdS M&lnei Tuesday, May 22, 1962 Poetry Winners Are Announced U'hitlcmore - C.D.A. hold a meeting last Thursday evening. Following the meeting, election of officers took plncc with the follow- ing officers Cor 1962-63 elected: Grand regent. Mnrcella Fandel; vice grand regent. Hilda Fnndi'l: prophetess, Norma Hnrmann, financial secretary. Mildred Adams: historian. Beryl Biienius: !rra."ur- er, Florence DahJhauser; monitor, Lorolla Fandel: sentinal, Ediui VValflschmitt: lecturer. Frances O'Brien; organist, June Klherl: trustees, Clara Haag and Ann Us Take Care Of Your FL O W E R S FOR Assorted Cut Flowers Potted Geraniums Cemetery Wreaths Cemetery Urns Potted Plants Combinations Carnations Gladiolus Daisies Rcscs WE ALWAYS HAVE A BIG SELECTION O? FLOWERS AND WHEN THE OCCASION CALLS FOR FLOWERS, MAKE IT A MEMORABLE OCCASION WITH HUENHOLD'S FINE FLOWERS. Stop In And Make Your Selection NOW Or Call Us. V/E TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ANYWHERE ! PHONE CY 4-2584 ALGONA GREENHOUSES ALWIN J. HUKNHOLD 720 No. Phillips Bormann. The nominating committee was Ellen Nurre, Theresa Hyink, Ati- relia Besch. Kathleen Detrick and Leona Slreit. Announcements wore made of the poetry winners: First place, M.iryhcth Foley, sc.coiul, Ann Loo- bach and Patricia Schuller, third. Alary Urich. One of the largest crowds to attend a May breakfast was present for the Mother-Daughter break fast Mary's Day. There were 150 present. The following program was given: tribute to mothers. Kileen O'Brien; welcome, Mrs. Oarman Adams, accompanied on thn piano by Linda Adams; tribute to daughter;, Mr-;. Leo Nurrn; songs, Eileen and Ellen Elbert, Maurin? i\ 'Ilin, .loan Kollasch, Mary 7,3-'' ilcukal, Linda Dielrick, Mary Ann! Bonnan, accompanied by Mrs. I Richard Vaughn; reading, Rosalie Hyink; talk, Rev. Philip Dailey. James Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, has been initiated into Pi Tau Sigma fraternity for students in mechanical engineering at Iowa State University. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl and Kay Frances. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and Lyle and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and Roger attended confirmation exercises of Helen Lynette Walker at Albert Lea, Minn. Sunclav. Helen is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer wore her sponsors. All were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker. Mrs. Nick Reding entered St. Ann hospital in Algona late Satur- dr.v. Si..ion Albert entered Mercy hospital. Mason City, where he underwent eye surgery Tuesday. Mrs. Mike Thill was released from St. Ann hospital Monday, and was taken to a rest home in Esther ville. Ann Mikes Of Algona To Wed Here Aug. 25 ANNIVERSARY The Columbus Junction newspaper recently celebrated its 75th anniversary and {'.'-, owner and pub• lisher, B. H. Shearer, marked his 53rd anniversary at its head. A GRADUATION GIFT! WHY NOT A Feature - LOADED SMITH-CORONA and REMINGTON FULL LINE OF MODELS And Up (including Federal Excise Tax) We Meet or BEAT every catalog price — See what you're getting — And no Express or C.O.D. charges to add on. t>**~»^'l»~'*i**vfV"'^Vl''~"M^tr**^^ WHY NOT A GIFT FOR SECURITY OF VALUABLE PAPERS AT HOME, TOO!! FIREPROOF DRAWERS & CHESTS (Carry Insurance Underwriters Label) $19.75 And Up For Abstracts, Bonds, Tax Records, Valuable Papers, etc. A Size or Style To Fit Your Own Home Space. Ill E. CALL ST. ALGONA, IOWA 1 :ie engagement and approaching marriage of Ann Elizabeth, shovn here, daughter of Mrs. Heli'n Mikes, Algona, and the late Ronan Mikes, to William J. Kopish, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kopish, Fort Dodge, has been announced. The young couple are seniors at Iowa State University, Ames. The wedding will take place Aug. 25 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. (UDM Engraving) Seneca Ladies Plan Shower Honor, May 24 Seneca — Mrs. Otto Wilberg am' Mrs. Linus Jensen entertained the Blakjer ALC women at the church parlors, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen had charge of devotions and Mrs. P. H. Jensen presented the Bible Study. Reports on the Emmetsburg conference were presented by Mrs. Martin Wilberg and Mrs Henry Looft. The group made plans for B miscellaneous bridal shower tr honor Marlys Bratrud which will be held Thursday evening, May 24 in the church basement. The Cause of the Month, Lutheran Cooperation, was presented by Mrs. Fred Johannesen. Mrs. Manno Pietersen of Ringsted was a guest. The group will hold its annual jirthday party on June 7. Hostess- s will be Mrs. Elmer Irs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. August elson, and Mrs. Julian Cherland. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham ad their little grandson, Tony lelmcrs with them several day? f last week, while their parent? verc visiting with Mr. Helmcr'; athcr, Johp Helmers, Algona, who vas seriously ill at the St. Anr lospital. Mrs. Henry Looft was a guest •if the Blue and White 4-H clur at their Mother's Tea held Wed ncsday evening at Bancroft. Reneca Stars 4-H club entertain ed their mothers at a Mother': Day breakfast Saturday morning May 12. Following the breakfas the girls presented a program given by Andraa Stefanski, Lind<Kracht, Anne Fortney, Francen< Stefanski, Cheryl Jensen, Roxanni Stefanski, Kathy Bergum, Jil Jensen, Audrey Bergum, and Bnc ky Jensen. Mothers enjoying th courtesy were Mrs. Ted Jensen Mrs. Woodrow Kracht, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Andrew Stcl anski. Guests included Mrs. A: fred Petersen, and Mrs. Henrv Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever apH daiifhtor Ringsted, drove to Clare, Thursday evening where they visited at the Frank Woodbeck home ant! helped Mr. Woodbeck observe his 81st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen were Sunday guests of their daugh ter, the Emil Bleckwenns, Fenton Other guests included the Bleek wenn daughter and family, the Merle Lockwoods, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friseth and Mr. and Mrs. John Woodbeck and family of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests of the Af fix-d Petersons. Mr. and Mrs. Art Clausen, Swea C'ily, drove to Bradgate Friday where they visited at the Gene Madsen home. Mrs. Carrie Jensen, who recently spent a few days at University hospital, Iowa City, re turned home with them. under simulated combat conditions using a new bomber launch technique. An Algona high school graduate, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle of Algona. Sergeant Clapsaddle and his wife, the for- mer Josephine P. Pelisek of Algona, have two children. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Uppet DCS Moihes Pub. Co., Algona, Notes Of Servicemen Kljjin AKH. Flu. — Master Sergeant Don I). Clapsaddle of Algona, was a member of a Strategic Air Command B-52 jut bomber aerial force which recently dem- on.straled il.s combat effectiveness before President John F. Kennedy and other dignitaries heru. Sergeant Clapsaddle was a gunner on one of the eight intercontinental bombers which took off * VOTE "YES"* •£ -fa * for * * America's Finest * * Court System * * * * * * * Constitutional Amendment June 4,1962 YES THE IOWA PLAN FOR THE SELECTION OF JUDGES Here's What the Plan Does for You! 1. Guarantees your right to vote on each District and Supreme Court Judge on his personal record of performance after each term of office. 2. Removes the selection of Iowa Supreme and District Court Judges from politics. 3. 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