The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1962 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 11, 1962
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()a.) Upp» f D,« , September 11, 1362 Burt Council Puts Ten Ton Embargo On Streets Hurt — A 10 ton load limit will be enforced on the black top streets in Burt. This, resulted in action taken by the Burt City Council at their September meet ing Monday night. The council also voted to ,«„„ a water line extension on the north side of the city park extenflnc eastward for about two blocks. The request for the extension of the water line came from the Farm Service Co. who are contemplating the building of a new office. Water will also be available in the City park when the extension has been completed. Present at Monday's meeting were councilmen Dale Lockwood, George Becker and Don Patterson, also Mayor Nals Nelson and City clerk G. H. McMullen. New Clmrch Members The Burt Methodist church gain ed four new members on Sunday. Received into membership by confession of Faith were Mrs Shirley Wagner, Roger Graham and Donald Westling. Received by baptism and confession of faith was Nancy Ackerman. Rev. W. G. Bohi officiated. Going To College College doors are opening for the first time for several Burt young people. Keith Mitchell left Tuesday for Iowa State University at Ames; Mankato State college welcomes Larry Westling, Duane Willrett. Cheryl Lovstad and Dennis Miester. Beginning her studies at State i College of Iowa is Janet Black- while Evelyn Cherland enrolled at Wartburg. Audrey Gardner left this week to begin nurses training at Alien Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. Joyce Angus left Monday to begin a course in Beauty Mr and Mrs Milton McBride anr' Douglas, Costa Mesa, Calif, are enjoying a throe weeks vacation «v ihc parental Kenneth Cvtk homr and with other relatives anr' friends in the area. Mr and Mrs Andy Phillips an family spent the Labor Day wer-k end at (he Robert Moore home The Phillips moved on SafuHa from Lincoln, Nob. to Sioux Cit where they are now making their home. Mrs Phillips is the formei Polly Mcofe. Mr and Mrs Charles Bohi, Indianola sponV the weekend with hi; parents and sister, Rev. and Air W. G. Bohi and Virginnia. Little Terry Illg, son of Mr and Mrs Francis Illg, former Burt residents, underwent an appendectomy at St. Ann hospital recently Mr and Mrs Don Thompson, Oakdale, and Judy Hinckley Cedar Rapids, spent the Labor Day weekend at the parental. Al Hinckley home. C. M. Gross is recovering at SI. Ann hospital where he was taker by ambulance following a sligh: stroke suffered at his home. Miss Elda Baas, U'hittemore visited at the Al Hinckley home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Rudy Willrett wer. hosts at dinner on Sunday honor ing Duane and Dean Willrett. wh-- left this week for school. l~V:ir and Mrs Wayne Eckels, nee Jud Marlow gathered at their hon near Britt on Wednesday evenin for a housewarming and chivori Roger Ulses who has been ci joying a two wrk vacation wit his parents, the Ervin Uses, It futsday to resume his saiJios the Universal Grade School Omaha, Neb. James Bormann, St. Joe, Weds Barnum Girl St. .For — Helen Grnrge. Hfni'.:h tcr of Airs Ann George of R urn and the late AUv-rl (!:• TV became the link- of J;nvs n >i mmn. son of Mr w\ Mix Bormann of St. Joe. S.iiur !.:\ .sept. 1 at to a.m. in (" T ii : - Chrisii church in Pert P her Daniel Lynch officiate,! ouhle ring ceremony Douglas Knecht an,! Stein served as ,>coiy:e: The bride, g:\en in by her broUier-in-lau of Barnum. uore .1 de so.e lace. It neckline, with re-ei nnd ioiii: point e\u Married At Burt the will attend college at Maryville Mo. while Duane is enrolled a Mankato Commercial. Guests werv Mrs Lucille Johnson and Karen Ait of Algona. News of interest to Burt residents was the birth of a son. Kevin on Aug. 31 to Mr and Mrs Don Carman, Houston. Tex. The little lad who has an adopted brother. William Gregory, 1 year old Aug 4, weighed in at 8 Ib. - 3 oz. Mr and Mrs Bill Carman, Algona, former Burt residents are the . Llo.-.:- Sh.irmi Miller, daughter of Mr >•„•.,/ -m.l Mrs B. E. Miller. Burt, and u-.:.' ., \..:vn .1. Klieber. Jr.. son of Mr :<•:::;;; .UK! Mrs Aaron Klieber, Emmets to a tuitx. wore married Aug. 19 in St i.!ivr, ; John's Lutheran church at Burt ..ITHV. «-nh Rev. Wm. Scheer officiating u -in A reception was held in the •-M.T.- church parlors following the cere- i aicniy and the young couple are at the LaJames Beauty School in Mason City. Resuming are the following Burt I P roud grandparents. young people. J. D. Andrews and Members of the O.E.S. will hold David Rasmussen at Simpson Col- their first meeting of the fall lege; Virginia Bohi and Carilvn season at the Hall at 8 p.m. Tues- Hinckley at Morningside, Dwayhe day, Sept. 11. Gebken and Ronald Cherland at The August meeting of the Burt Iowa State University, Ames; Jay Bombers 2-H was hpld af thp hnm.1 Hoppus at Luther College; and of David Lynch h Shirley Schwietert at I.S.U. Friends and classmates of Mr 'IT -is ex's: man. ;d P:cs Bormann F;:~j:fr.iki playeu e aiu aivoitipan- Annette George. SHEA KL «wvh > adjusts to each side ° f > rately. White or black cotton with French-, t undemips. 23-34: A, B, C. $a . 50 „>. S: J50 , K nylon and Lycra -DuPon,-, spandex fiber', In our slimwear department. Warner's* Tomorrow, the bra with the perfect lit will keep its fit; each cup is set in elastic mesh of uncovered Lycra* only .i:u-:-.v serveo. MS Dick usnered C^ the nuptial led Eileen a who sang. Following the ceremony, a reception and dinner was served to 225 guests at Fort Dodge. Mrs : Merle Laubenthal was in charge of the guest book. Mrs John Arnold served punch. Gifts were opened by Mrs Jim Meyer and .Mrs Joe Triplett. Hostesses were Mrs Dick Walling and Mamie McDermott. For a wedding trip through the northwestern states, Mrs Bormann wore a tan suit with lipstick red and black accessories. Mr Bormann is a graduate ui St. Joseph's high school, St. Joe. Mrs Bormann is a graduate of Barnum high school. St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing in Fort Dodge and Sioux City and St. Ambrose College in Davenport, where she has been employed since graduation. The couple will be at home near St. Joe where Mr Bormann is engaged in farming. at home at Spencer following .n.iiir. | a wedding trip to Minnesota. A complete wedding story appeared in the Sept. 4 issue of the Upper Des Moines. (Glenn's Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) Housewarming At Irvington For Beckers Irvington — Members of the Fun & Do Club and their husbinds sponsored a surprise housewarming for the Herman Becker family Monday evening. A six o'clock dinner was served by them and later cards were played. Mr and Mrs H. Becker won high .prize, Mr and Mrs Francis Froehlich won low and Wifma Arndorfer won travel prize. The group presented the Becker? with a sofa pillow as gift. The party terminated a bit earlier than expected due to a power failure caused by lightning — plunging ail into darknt-ss for a couple of hours. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Joe Beitz and chil drcn of Buyck, Minn, were Monday the Bernard Phelp.s in visitors home. Mr and Mrs Melvin Haase and ?irls were guests in the Levant VIoore home Friday evening. Mrs Hazel Carroll took her son Bill to Ames Tuesday where he will enter Iowa State University. The Four Corner Social Club met Sept. 4 in the home of Mrs Rollo Moore. Those present were Mrs Herman Harms, Mrs Wilbur Spear, Mrs Bernard Phelps, Mrs Merlin Van Hove, Mrs Verle Nelson, Mrs Hazel Carroll, Mrs Glen L;.rsen, Mrs Victor Fitch and Leona Haase. Mrs Loren Hanson and children were guests of the meeting, Mrs Hazel Carroll was in charge of fun time. The contest was won by Mrs Merle Van Hove who received a prize. The meeting adjourned and lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Oct. 2 in the home of Mrs Verle Nelson. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hauptly were Sunday dinner guests at the Verle Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hill and family and Evert Hill were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Merlin Van Hove am! Dale in honor of Mrs Van Hove'f birthday. Mr and Mrs Herman Harms and boys visited in the John K. Harms home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Bill Hauptly o' Woden and Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson, Titonka, were Monday supper guests in the Verle Nelson home in honor of Debra Nelson's sixth birthday. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker werp hosts at a barbecue picnic dinner Labor Day. Guests were Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary, Royce, Roger and Barbara Ann, children of Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan, Bill Trenary and Doyle. Afternoon guests and guests tor a barbecued chicken supper were the above named and Mr and Mrs Donald Cunningham of Chicago, Roy Conley of East Chain Minn., and Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary left Thursday for Arnegard, North Dakota where they will visit a sister of Mrs Trenary's, Mrs Irma Leeck, and the Erwin Leecks. h and Mrs Trenary plan to be gon about two weeks. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Koren and Judy and Bennie Leeck wer Tuesday evening visitors in th lome of Mr and Mrs Leonarc Leeck. The Portland Progress Club wi meet Sept. 20 in the home of Mi- Harold Becker with Mrs Tom Tre ary assistant hostess. Mrs Ros oe Stewart, Mrs Lloyd Bartlet nr Mrs Glen Larsen will be ir harge of the surprise number. Mrs Lawrence Govern attendee ie pre-nuptial shower for Mar orie Govern of Blue Earth, given t the Ledyard church. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern ttended the wedding of Mr and rs Timothy Murphy, DCS Moines, ast weekend. "Keep searching for the other fellow's good points, remember he has to hunt for and maybe he'll be harder put than you are." IONE ROCK NEWS Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Mr nnd Mrs Jce Lynch were Rachael Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch. Mr and Mrs Allwin Lockwoptl nnd Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod visited the Raymond Bierlc home at Lakota Monday evening. A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Joe Lynch Aug 31 at Holy Family, Estherville. The little lad weighed li Ibs., n oz. and has bren named Joseph Edmoncl. He has a sisler and three brothers. Grandparents are Mrs Margaret Lynch of Lone Rock and Carl Simmons of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Willis Coiton entertained Mr and Mrs A. P.' Taylor of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs « John Cotton and Deborah of Port Dodge at their cottage on Lake Qkoboji for an extended Labor Day holiday. American Legion Auxiliary met Sept. 5 at the Legion hall. Plans were made for the fall housecleaning of the hall, which will be Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 18. Hostesses were Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Mary Fiaig and Mrs Viola Ohm. Visitor* at the home of Mrs Emma Hurlburt for the past week were Mrs Bernard Tigges, Mrs Fred Wcgener of Algona, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mr and Mrs Fred Rath, Mrs Albert Shascr, Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Henry Sclirocder, Mrs Donald Hurlburt of Fenton, Mrs Roy Zunkle, Mrs Ornie Bdirends and Rev. Meyer. Idle Hour Club met Aug. 30 at the home of Mrs Marion Inman with 12 mcmbery and one guest, Mrs Ross Inman, preset Irvington Ideals Mr an.i Mr api.I, \ i-i; The August meeting of Irvinp- ton Ideals wa.s held at the horr." of Donna Bosch. Mrs F. Jeninn- son. Mrs Arnold Arndorfer Mr- M Brisiow. Mrs I,vie K:mev' Mr Fox. guests, an-1 Vickie F.IX :, prospective member attend ed. Anyone intu'e,:H :n ,, mint; th" flub plea.-e contact ,he leader Mrs F..|uurd Areri'l A demonsra- tion ua.s given by Kih/n S.envi Klection of offuers \ni; he Sept i' 1 ' at the home of K,,cnel Jenkin->nn Lunch wa.i scned b, UUU;M an Mr 3 Besch. J lin H.v. ••. i '.kir,;uiT! anl .Mi- nilitf i:>.:r><.' Mn-luv th< a fr.end , -..,.• l,h,-,g Claude- F.,wli.r kfi Friday (<><• Pine K,ur. M:nn :.. -pen-! a few wwki ur.h In., Iji-n'lv r. F.mmc-f " '> (> ^ .-I'-'im^anier Mr ami Mr, II ]| ,. lt ,,f i^niso: Plum Creek Elite I'lurn Creek Mi Augu-a meeting at tnr i, ( ;i<>n;i and Bever!;, ,\M]i r '•i"re gi\en by Jean M-M/ B ..Ie. and !{•••. r-riv u-ri'-e Vnunj; JJJM- ,-, , -(ration on f!o\\c drnj'ha La Bo;, s Town. -Vr iir-l Mr, K P ;,Mer -a ihr.ii- (I ,u;',: H. FitlJ-,, Be\en\ Ahead!! THE 1962 CORN CROP ISN'T TOO FAR AWAY Grain Bins T SAFE MODEL 258 • TRIPLE CARE CLEANING POWER • MOTOR DRIVEN "DISTURBULATOR" • NEW VINYL DUST BAG COVER • SANITIZED* DISPOSABLE DUST BAG » STEP-ON TOE SWITCH • ADJUSTABLE 3 POSITION HANDLE • SOFT VINYL BUMPER • ROLLS ON 4 WHEELS ONLY »" HIGH • LIFETIME LUBRICATED MOTOR • ALL METAL CONSTRUCTION took for the Butler trademark before you buy Butler quality grain bint are pre-engineered to* tract- ing standards by the men who know grain itoraga best. They go up quickly— last longer. They glv« yw the safest, moat dependable storage you can buy. What's more ... it's easy to convert a Butler bta Into an cm-farm drying system if yon decid« to ttojni AND dry your grain, It costs little more to own the yery best. A* your local Butler Blue Ribbon Dealer, well be happy to discuss your grain storage needs with you. Just givf us a call or stop by. There'* no obligation, Your full-lint /leodqoar/erj for Butter quality form oqu/pmeaf WE INVITE FURTHER INQUIRY JOE BRADLEY BESTiSuppuANCE EQUIPMENT "v/y;u«,i T i_.-.. • TERMS "Wildest Trader in Town ALGONA 116 So. Thorington ALGONA CY 4-2421 TO OWN YOUR OWN -•/•••:•„.•;'; ; : V.Itete. our practical It takes just a modest down payment .. and the balance in rent-like monthly ins' " I ;' CURRENT EARNINGS 4% COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY | HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS i AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1917 MAKING YOUR TOWN A BETTER TOWN IN WHICH TO LIVE -. THROUGH SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS. J LITTLE LUXURIES I haven't been one to tie satin ribbons around towels in my linen closet; that didn't seem practical. But see what one neighbor does! She lines ribbons with narrow belting, and adds a section of elastic underneath, where it won't show. Ribbons expand and contract, as she adds or subtracts linens. Same friend even edged her linen shelves with real eyelet ruffles! V> PUP TO PUPPET Has a stuffed pet lost some of its innards? Scissors and stitches will convert it to a hand-puppet! Keep the head stuffed. Cut off tail and back feet. Take seams deeper in the body, if you must, to make it fit a small hand. Puppets can bo enjoyed by moppets who are much too adult for cuddle toys. (Tut-tut, Mom! Of course the puppet is fun Give it to Junior, KNIT FIT New knitted fabrics are simple to sew, but most of them do need lining. Here's an easy method. Cut out lining first, but wait—don't un-pin that pattern! Now, put both pattern and lining on the wrong side of the knit fabric. Pin together; cut again. Remove the pattern, but leave lining pinned to the knit. Now (with lining on bottom) stitch all around each piece, a scant fourth-inch from the edge. Proceed just as though lining and fabric were one. BANANA CREAM BEAUTY A jiffy dessert that's just delicious — this week's good word from Mrs. Clyde Jayne of Audubon, Iowa. Dissolve 1 pkg. orange gelatin in 1 ',& cups boiling water. Immcdf- ately add y. t cup sugar. Stir until dissolved. Cool in gas refrigerator, till slightly thickened. Gently fold in 1 cup cream, whipped and 4 bananas, sliced. Mound mixture in 9-inch baked pie shell -r-^ or graham cracker crust. TV yp Return to gas refrigerator W, fi (temporarily, of course). •'\.-'.-V-^) t I.** LOST FROST There's so much grand- news about gas refrigerators, I simply get carried away. Did you know neither' refrigerator nor freezer needs defrosting, now? (Imagine never, ever having to budge big chunks of drippy frost again!) The gas refrigerator is an economical kitchen mate. And oh, so quiet and convenient! Then there's the matter of making its own ice cubes ... but don't listen to me; go look! At you* local gas company or gas oppli- ance dealer, IT'S INSTANT In this day of "instant" mixes and quickened paces, it's nice to note our fuel is "instant" too. Natural gas responds at once. Turn it on; it's on ... turn it off; it's off ... instantly! No waiting for a warm-up. Modern-living gas is made for modern* minded people! It's just naturally faster, cleaner, and less costly. Your local gas company orders this wonder- fuel from Northern Natural Gas Company. Why? To keep you in instant convenj- P^CO, of course. © Nprthern Na»ur«l Got Compeny, Qmaho,

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