The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 17
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Lakofa Shower Honors Buffalo Center Girl Lakota - A shower was held Sunday for De Ann Nelson, dan- ghter of the Albin Nelsons of Buffalo Center. The program began with devotions by Pastor Olson. Karen Brandt played a piano solo. Donna Mae Christ and Naomi sang accompanied by Donna Rae Yagge. Connie Heetland gave a reading, Mrs Donna Rae Yagge accompanied by Charlene Tutton! sang a solo and Mrs Edwin Christ and Carolyn played a piano duet. The bride was assisted in opening her many lovely gifts by Connie Heetland and Lorraine Christ. Hostesses were Mrs Alfred Christ, Mrs Henry Steenhard, Mrs Ted Wallentine, Mrs Evelyn Burma, Mrs Sandra Bashans, Mrs Alvin Boettcher, Mrs Dick Weinkauff, Ruth Heitland, Ella Addy Eris Wells, Mrs Edwin Christ! Alma Brandt and Ann Patterson. Miss Nelson will be married Aug. 12. Class Reunion Members of the class of 1944 of Lakota high school and their families and Supt. arid Mrs John W. Cook and Carmen enjoyed a pot luck picnic Sunday at Buffalo Center. Eight of the 13 members of the class were present. They included Joan Heetland (Mrs Glenn Mabus), Lakota; Carolyn Schaumberg (Mrs Verle Elwpod), Buffalo Center; Mary Louise Bauman (Mrs Jack Eisenhauer), Buffalo Center; Joe Berschman, Lakota; Everett Thompson, Ledyard; Ver- na Mae Edwards (Mrs frank Meyer), Wesley; Eleanor Koppen (Mrs A. A, Hildman), Burl; Elaine Sleper (Mrs Robert Stewart), Elmore, Minn. The Lakota Luck'ies 4-H club held a booth committee meeting Saturday at the home of Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and Linda. Present were Patty Lewis, Arliss Christ, Mrs Nick Thomson. The name of the booth is "Simple Accessories For Study." It will be seen at the county fair. Lakota Luckies 4-H club held an Achievement show at the city hall Monday. Home furnishings was the study for the year and the winners will take their articles to the county fair. Judges for tho show were Mrs Wayne Keith Burt, and Mrs Maynard Jensen Swea City. The leader - advisor for the show was Mrs Nick Thorn sen. David Kienitz, who has spcn Ihe last seven years in the air force, has received his discharge, and returned to Lakota. Sunday, Fred, Vera and Viola PJuettner entertained members o .he Iowa Great Lakes Gladiolus Society at a picnic dinner. A social afternoon, honoring senior members of St. Paul's Lutheran church was held July 18 Sunday guests at the Paul Christ home were Mr and Mrs Heiko Bruns and Amanda of Titonka, Mr and Mrs August Christ and Mr and Mrs Will Mabus. Mr and Mrs Henry darken and boys were Sunday guests at the Phillips Schroeder home at Ames. Mr and Mrs Ray Becker visited Sunday at the Donald Joos home at Woden. Sunday evening visitors at the Paul Christ home were the Elmer Boyken family of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton and boys attended the baseball game between the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins recently. Guests Sunday at the Robert TO SHEAKLEYS on their GRAND OPENING We Wish Them Every Success In The Future. We Are Happy To Have Been Selected As Painting Contractors For Your Beautiful New Store! MAY WE BE OF SERVICE TO YOU TOO? Phone CY 4-3494 ALGONA'S PAINTERS AND DECORATORS MERGEN & WEBSTER tottaseh home were Mr and Roman Thiel and family of St. Benedict. Wednesday visitors at the John Roel/sema home were Mr and Mrs Milton trasamar and family, Elmore, and Mr and Mrs Robert Kollasch and family. Mr and Mrs Harold darken and family of Webster City were Saturday guests at the Henry Clarken home. Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis and Virgil visited at the Prank Lewis home at Minneapolis Sunday. Mrs Cristina Bauman visited at the John Gerdes h»me at Swea City Tuesday. Mrs W. D. Ley entertained at a birthday luncheon honoring Mrs H. H. Murray Friday. Guests were Mrs H. H. Mussman, Mrs Art Schissel, Fairmont, and Mrs W. E. Ley. Mr and Mrs George Meyer attended the funeral of her uncle, L. H. Junkermeier, at Ledyard Friday. Lonnie Trasamar, Douglas Kollasch, Phyllis Trasamar and Joleen Kollasch visited a few days last week with their grandparents, the John Roelfsemas. Mr and Mrs Don Fennema and baby, Minneapolis were weekend visitors at the parental Ted Wal< lentine home. Sunday they were dinner guests at the Ruben Hoi- comb home at Swea City. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray attended the wedding of MargareJ Murray at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mrs Fred Schroeder, Mrs Gertrude Gutknecht, Mrs Edna Winter and Mrs Jerry Heetland attended the funeral of Mrs Con Higgins at Whittemore Friday morning. She was the former Laura Winter, daughter of George and the late Mrs George Winter, former residents here. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Mr and Mrs Jim Smith visited at West Bend Sunday. Dr. and Mrs John M. Schutter of Algona and Mrs Minnie Schut- for of Wesf BPfid visited Hannah Heetland Sunday. Albert, son of the Ray Beckers, went to Rochester on Wednesday for a check-up. He will undergo surgery in the near future. Mr and Mrs Jerry Bierstedt of Vermillion, S. D. were weekend visitors at the A. C. Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Vernon Richardson and children were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Jenifer Bosma home. Mr and Mrs Donald Boyd and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Boyd home at Boone. RINGSTED By Mrs. Marie Hansen The annual flower show will be held Saturday, Aug. 11, at the multi-purpose room at the high school building. Shirley Janssen of Rodman has been hired as home economics teacher in the Ringsted school system this fall. Miss Janssen has been teaching in the Rock Valley school and is presently on an educational tour of Europe. Mr and Mrs Wm. J. Hansen and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Don Mead home with Mrs Mead who had returned home from Holy Family Hospital at Estherville that day. Mrs Joe Ellens and Mrs Bertha Brighten visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Bertha Olson at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Francis Foth and family of Bancroft visited Sunday at the home of Mrs Johanna Metz. Dr. Willard Irmiter of Blairstown, Mr and Mrs Maitland Kelley, Valerie, Barbara and Monica of St. Paul visited Monday at the home of Mrs Marie Hansen. Mr and Mrs Robert ftahis and Wm. Wiskus of Chicago, Mr and Mrs Paul Sanflner and family of Swea City, Wm. Wiskus aftd'Lu- vcrn of Bancroft were Sunday guests at the Edward Meyef homo. Mr nnd Mrs Floyd Fisher of Danube, Minn, visited Sunday at tho home of their daughter, Mrs Lyle Bensen. Norman Hammer left Sunday for West Virginia where he will spend six weeks in marine training. Mr and Mrs Gerald Geesman and family spent Saturday at Titonka. Hev. and Mrs Paul Mork, Timmy and Daniel of Glendale, Calif, arrived here Wednesday to spend a month visiting at the parental Otto Wilberg home and with his parents, Rev. and Mrs P. L. Mork at Windom, Minn. Scott and Steve Sunde of Estherville spent several days with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Eurl Summers. Mr and Mrs Manno Peitersen are spending this week with their son Daryl and wife at Enid, Okla. .Mr and Mrs Albert UUestad re- urncd Friday from Devils Lake, North Dakota where they visited • week with their son, Robert Ullestad and wife. Mr and Mrs James Berninghaus of Algona and James L. Geilenfeld of Otis Air Force Base in Mass, visited Sunday at the Peter Thorson home. Mr and Mrs Emil Andreasen and family of Emmetsburg visited Wednesday at the home of the former's sister, Andrea Andreasen. Mr and Mrs Fred Brown of Mason City, former Fenton residents, visited Wednesday at the Peter Thorson home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Jacobsen and a cousin of Mr Jacobsen's from Denmark will leave Thursday for the World's Fair at Seattle. SHEAKLEYS CONGRATULATE AND WELCOME YOU SHEAKLEYS Our Next Door Neighbor To The West. We Like The Way You Look And Look Forward To Many Years Of Neigh* borliness. Best Wishes On Your GRAND OPENING This Friday and Saturday. BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN LOCALLY OWNtD - NATIONALLY KNOWN Gerald Vio|»t BBBBBBBtBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflfla thp Sunbonnrt rtardVn fflub mpf Thursday nnd traveled to Ijakotn where they visited Huettner Oar- den. Enroute home the club had coffee at the home of Mrs Ella Nelsen. Mrs G. J. Jensvold observed her birthday that day and the group presented her a gift Mrs Eldon Soper and sons of Big Springs, Neb. are visiting nt the parental Burton Cronk homo. Mr and Mrs Earl Jensen visited friends at LeMars Sunday. Mr and Mrs Cecil Langerman, Mark and Marsha visited Sunday evening at the Glenn Bonnickscn home. Arne Rovn returned home Thursday from the people-to-people tour of Russia. Mrs Rovn and Carmen met him in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs R. A. Busch and Dennis attended the funeral of L. H. Junkermeier at Ledyard Friday. Mr and Mrs Gary Meyer and family and Mr and Mrs Gordon Culbertson and family visited at Mason City Sunday. Mrs Phil Lachelt was honored Friday afternoon at a coffee party at the Robert Nicoson home at Armstrong. Mark McCunniff returned to his home in Kansas City, Mo. Thursday after spending three weeks at the Wm. J. Hansen home. ', AUmiSf 7, 1961! Alfjonn (Irt ) Upficr n« supporting 200 pounds. The only Claude E. Wilson of Mnlvern has I ( ' nnp h(? Pvor purchased is one he a hobby of making canes, lie has some made from weeds, with HIP finished product easily capable nf bought while attending Simpson college in inon and ho still has thai cane. LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING way! Shop the 11 YELLOW PAGES The Officers, Directors, and Employees o? this Bank personally welcome you to Algona. Your Fine New Store Is A Welcome Addition To Our Community. Congratulations on your GRAND OPENING this Friday and Saturday. Algona's Home Owned Bank I2BBBB OWA STATE BANK BBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb- To Sheakleyi We are pleased to welcome the new Sheakley Store to the circle of our competitors. We feel that this fine completely modern store is a great asset to the Algona business district. Just as competition is the life of trade, so additional modern stores make Algona a more attractive place In which to shop. It Is the best way to keep trade at home. If is a step forward and we welcome it whole heartedly. And so we say again, WELCOME TO ALGONA, SHEAK- LEYS, an independent store with faith in Algona and this community. ^ *TH> 5^*T TU* ^ *^ ^ Cnriscnilles '2P. OfS. Sin«> 11170 ,, , and THANKS for giving us the opportunity to serve you in the remodeling of your store. Best wishes on the occasion of your FORMAL GRAND OPINING, this Fri. & Sat. Your beautiful new store is a great asset to Algona and Kossuth County. READY MIX CONCRETE and LUMBER CO. 202 North Lantry BUILDERS ALGONA CONTRACTORS Call CY 4-4266 VfcMll^lglllUlV|pgli|<yJ^

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