The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1962 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 29, 1962
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Conduct St. Ann Tag Day The women shown above were among those who participated in a recent tag day held here by St. Ann hospital Auxiliary members. Shown al'the right (foreground) is Mrs Craig Smith, chairman of the fund drive. Others left to right, are Mrs Jim Evcrds. Mrs H. M. Smith, Karen Navoichick, Mrs J. M. Milder, Mrs J. B. Harris. Mrs E. M. Balclus. Mrs Dorothy Higgins, Mrs William Navoiehiek. Kathleen McEnroe, co-chairman. Mrs Ed Gilmore and Mrs Vincent Brennan. (Isaacson Photo — L'DM Engraving) 6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 29, 1962 Lakofans Give I-V Parody To Raise Fund Lakola — Lakota recently line a fund raising project to raise money for the summer recreation program. The men presented an "Art Linklrlter" show. "Chuck" Enneberg as Art Linkletter was master of ceremonies. Robert Beemer as Jack Slattery. was the announcer. Art interviewed such notables as Abigail Van Buren. Matt Dillon and Chester, Connie Boswell, Laurel and Hardy, Marilyn Monroe, Edith Head, who in turn interviewed three ladies portrayed by Herman Jutting, Wayne Henricks and John A. Dorenbush. Also appearing were Jose Jiminez. Miss America and a lady from the Jack LaLane club. Art also interviewed 4 school children portrayed by Wilson Brack, Clayton Helvick. Donald Peterson and John Ellsworth. The audience also participated in the show and numerous prizes being awarded. Band Mothers Elect The Lakota Band Mothers met Monday at the school. Election of officers was held with the following re-elected: president. Mrs. ! Sieve Tjaden; vice president. Mr«. John S. Rippenlrop; and treasurer. Mrs. V. A. Barrett. Mrs. Al Johnson was elected secretary. Hostesses were Mrs. George Weringa. Mrs. Floyd Clabaugh and Mrs. Donald Clapper. The Lakota band under the direction of V. A. Barrett will again this summer give concerts on the city hall lawn, the first being slated for June fi. New Teachers Hired Two more teachers have been hired for the coming school year. Kenee Chaussee of Sioux Falls has been hired to teach French and English. Earl Zwagerman fo Hospers has been hired to coach boys aasketball, baseball and track and to teach physics, chemistry and general science. Mr. Zwagerman is married and has two children. .uther League Elects Luther League met recently and new officer;; elected who will take iver their duties in September are: (resident, Patricia Mayme; vice iresident, Richard Cushman; secretary, Caroline Groff; and treasurer, Derald Goetz. Hosts for the evening were Wallace Christ. Linda Nitz, Richard, David and Earl Cushman. "\ffake up After II years of scientific testing . . . 60,000,000 sleep recordings prove you get sounder sleeo with Research was conducted by the United States Testing Co. in laboratory sleep rooms. Actual people slept on all the leading types of mattresses. Electronic equipment recorded their brain waves . . . heart beats. The findings: Beautyrest gave longer periods of sounder, deeper, unbroken sleep. Beautyrest independent coil construction lets you sleep relaxed . . . awake refreshed I Tufted or Smooth Tuftless EASY TERMS FREE VAN DELIVERY 1925 Gerald H. Bierstedt. University of South Dakota, graduate from Lakota. is one of the 56 students at the University of South Dakota who received a straight A average during the first semester. Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Kruse entertained a group of Presbyterian ministers and their wives at a dinner party Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thompson and family moved to Lakota last weekend from Poynette, Wise. They are staying at the parental L. A. Meyer home until they can find a house. Roger has bought a truck and will work with Thomas and Bob Thompson in their trucking business. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sleeker are parents of a son born May 7 at Buffalo Center hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs., 9'-, ozs. and has been named Thomas Wesley. This makes a family of two boys and three girls. Kindergarteners Of Wesley Take A Bus Trip Wesley — Ethel Flora, kinder- ganen teacher of the Corwith-Wesley school took the 24 pupils to Britt on the Jefferson bus Tuesday morning. Each child purchased his own ticket and thoroughly enjoyed the trip, the first for most of them. Arend Scheure, another teacher met the bus in Britt and brought the group home in the school bus. Miss Flom gave the youngsters a treat which they enjoyed eating in the city park. Anna Flom accompanied her sister and her pupils. Guild Meets St. Joseph's Guild met Tuesday evening, May 15 in the parish hall Circle 3 will serve a Fathers Da> breakfast on Sunday, June 17 after the early Mass. Following thi meeting a very nice program wa presented by grade pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hanig had a; their Mothers Day guests Mr. an' | Mrs. Leo Hanig and Stanley, Mr 1 and Mrs. Bill Hanig and Dougla ariri Mr and Mrs. Al Becker ant Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goetz uf Britl Mrs. Adelia Thistlewood of Min neapolis, Minn, spent the weekem with her sister, Mrs. Viola Studei and their mother, Mrs. Jennie I.uken, the latter a resident at flood Samaritan Home, Algona. Mrs. Mary Flom, Anna ant Ethel enjoyed a wfiner roast Monday evening. May !-l in their log cabin. Their guests were Alma Funnt-murk and her brother Julius in honor of his birthday. Tuesday Club met May 15 with the Mesdarnes Al Lickteig and Fred Thomas. Mrs Cliff Anfinson demonstrated flower arrangements The clubs annual picnic dinner scheduled for city park on June l!i has been moved forward to June 12. Mrs. John Weig was brought home May 1-t from the hospital in Britt. She is improving but is confined to bi;il or wheel chair. Their daughter Mrs Joe Drum rner of l.ivenn.jix- .^pent last week helping care for tier Mrs Mary BraOfield and Mrs Otto Ik'iiili/i ,on v.eii''.s co their church (ink' group May 10 in the BradfifKi home. Rae Ann Brink Is Band Queen At LuVerne I.u Verne — fiac Ann Brink daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Brink. LuVerne, was chosen by LuVerno high school to represent I In- band at the Mason-City Band Festival on June 1!). Kan Ann is a junior and is an pcli\e participant in the girls glee club, girls track, basketball rnd Softball teams. She is the junior class president, and student council secretary. Her subjects this year include, English, chemistry, advanced algebra, and American history. She is the marching band majorette and active in Methodist church Carl Andersons Of Swea-Eagle Back From Trip Swea-Kaglc — Mr. and Mrs. Carl \nder. c on returned home' Tuesday after a two-week trip to eastern states. They visited a son, Wallace and family at Gary, Ind. From there they went to the home of another son and his family, the Dale Andersons at Cunningham, Pa., where they visited for a week. On their return, they spent two days at the Wallace Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. floyd fifeltke became parents of their seventh child, Susan Marie, May 3. She weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces. The Brekkes now have four boys and three girls. Mrs. J. H. McGregor reports their daughter, Mrs. Ernest De- Very at Dolliver, is ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Walker have recently moved to the Oliver Blomster farm north of Swea City. The Walkers lived in Swea City for a few months previous to moving to Eagle township, coming from Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans visited Mrs. J. E. Ukena at the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday evening. At the Darrel Newlin home Friday evening for Darrel's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Newlin and Pauline, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Newlin and David. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link and Wendell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Link were recent dinner guests at the Tom Preston home. The birthday of Mrs. Sam Link was observed. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johansen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wegner and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jo- •uinsen, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Verlie Beyer of Metley, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Rahms and family, Trimont, and Mrs. Norma Boy:!r, Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Kosloske home in honor of the confirmation of the Kosloske's son, David. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson returned last week after spending 2'i weeks visiting the Keith Riede- sels at Roscoe, 111. They visited at. the James Reynolds home at Crystal Lake, 111., also. meeting. The annual 4-ft tmif will be June 5th starting at Mosbachs and ending at Laucks. Steve Detrick is to see about getting the school grounds for the picnic. Dennis Elbert, Dale Walker, and Tom Derner were selected to go to camp. Hosts for the meeting were Arnold Kollasch and Lester Fuchsens. Whittemore 4-H Twenty-nine members and one visitor, Karen Fuchsen, were present at the Whittemore 4-H May Lone Rock Man Aboard Carrier In The Atlantic Lone Hock — Word has been received by the Lorenz Geitzenauer family from their son Paul concerning a cruise he has been on for two weeks. He is aboard the aircraft carrier USS Franklin Roosevelt, which is presently cruising 30 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Aboard are political dignitaries including Army personnel and a senator from New York. The purpose of the cruise is demonstrating the capabilities of such ships, such ES firing missiles, guns, etc. Paul, 19, is a 1960 graduate of Sentral high school. He enlisted ifl the navy in January, 1961 and received his basic training at the Great Lakes Training Center. He played in a small band there and then attended the U. S. Naval School of Music in Washington. D. C. He is now leader of his unit of the U. S. Navy Band. Paul has received a promotion to the new rating of Petty Officer. GARDEN Orrie Morlan believes he has one of the earliest and best gardens in Scranton. Do you want some proof? Well, so far he has had onions, rhubarb, asparagus, lettuce and radishes from the garden. IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT J Lots of other businesses operate like' v co-ops * • • ' "In a recent year, according to a Small Business Committee of Congress, about 35.000 cooperatives were doing business in this country. During this same year, there were 85,000 other organizations which did not call themselves cooperatives but which operated on a basisof service to their members, much like our co-ops do. "Among these were groups of grocery, hardware and clothing stores. By pooling the buying power of hundreds of stores (hey make savings which are passed on to the member stores, helping them meet competition through higher quality merchandise at more favorable prices. ' "TTiese buying groups operate much like co-ops and benefit their members in the same way. The big difference is that patrons of a co-op are the actual users of the supplies and services they buy."- shares If) CO-OP BENEFITS Copjwl^fc, J»J3. by Cc-ep Adv. WANT AOB BRING RESULTS NO. 12 OF A SERIES HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR, Algona . . . Ray Reid, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR .... Larry Twedt, Mgr, FARMERS ELEVATOR CO, Swea City Russell Parker, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lorenz Gejtzenauer, Mgr, WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO R. W, Jurgens, Mgr. CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO,, Ringsted. Kenneth Patterson, Mgr, LuVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR Eldon Guess, Mgr, FENTON CO-OP ELIVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr, BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR J. L. Miller, Mgr, IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR . , . , E. F. Immerfall, Mgr, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode , , , , E. N. Ellington, Mgr, LEDYARD CO-OP EliVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr, coollih , . '••Si,.,!!- 1 ' GAS WHOLE HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING IS SO OOIET YOU CAN HEAR A A qgiet whisper of flame is the motor in a gas air cond!. tioning system. And there's hardly a moving part to wear These are the reasons why gas whole house air conditioning is so quiet in operation, and operates for years trouble* free. Another advantage of gas air conditioning: if you have a gas heating system, it can probably be simply added on to it at low installation cost. For whole house air conditioning that's quiet as a kitten and trouble-free, easy to install and economical to operate — choose gas. Set your local natural gas utility or gas heating and air conditioning dealer. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-9484 "Your GM Comp«ny" Algpn«

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