The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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6-Alejbnci (la.) Upper De* Molne* Tupsdev 13. 1962 Wesley Library Burns; Drive For Funds On V. .-„•?..'•>•, Wesley Wizards Wesley Wizards 4-JI girls hel their annual award nite Nov. 3 ii the I.O.O.F. hall. Lois Bentele i, t i leader. Six year seals were pre s.v.-.sor.r $ a '-'! sented to Lorrie Funnemark, Nor ..'.- '.''.. *. AV iV, i ma Goelz ' Janet Cunningham am <''''•• v '!"'' v ] , •''Elaine Ooetz: 5 year certificates . .-•• :>•> ',:•(• lou.i • to sharlene Asa and Judy Sea \!>r-:.' ,;f Book !.iv< TV I'hr'.s'ma* party wili ;.n be held Pec > with a pot hu-k li::ii-h to bo served at 7 o'clock vr . Each member is asked to bring ; gift to tx> sent to the Institution. Woodward Clara Hauptnian. president, presented a surprise box which was supplies ' an explanation and demonstration \Vcslpy — The \Vo<!ev Tor ily Library suffered a'so or in a fire of unknown orison 4. Since this organization •'•= ated by donated time and fuivls it becomes necessary to ask the people of Ihe area to give a helping hand in order to restore and replace the books a thfit the fire damaged or ruined | of painted plates and piggy banks A fund drive is being held at the ' Mrs Marjorie Goetz assisted. Exchange Stale Bank All are I urged to contribute to this fund ! Lunch was served by Rernice | Vitzthum and Clair Thomas. 500 was played. Mary Lou Studer and Mildred i Fox) Studer were on the entertainment committee. Myrtle Lease. Minnie Studer and' Marjorie (Joe) Goetz are on the kitchen committee for the Christmas party. Rita Youngwirth and Eileen Johnson are on the entertainment committee. Judy berg; 3 year pin to Mary Jo Beck er; Lorrie Funnemark won a blue award for long time record book oon " i and was chosen 2nd alternate for ?u;: on by-j the Chicago trip. c:--":\ .1: and :v to sine S?5 to VV.v.i Fioni gave Parly Plamird American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Nov. 7 with 24 present. Helen Johnson, treasurer, reported that $80.70 had been cleared at the election day lunches and the bake sale, held in the Legion hall. Fifty one bibs and 7 bedroom Flippers had been made by mem- The club received a 4-H achievement seal and a Standard club certificate. Completion seals on record by Iowa State Bank We don't mind suffering in silence as long as everybody knows we are. Have you ever had the fever? I mean the new car fever? Once you start looking - and shopping and comparing, it becomes one of the strongest compulsions. Don't fight it — select the car of your choice — and stop at Iowa State Bank. Our low cost auto loan is easy to arrange and convenient, too. A salesman should not be ashamed of his calling, but rather by his .not calling. The reason money is called "jack" is because the queen takes it. The difference between "out selling" and "oui-selling" is just a little dash. Conscience gets a lot of credit that should really belong to cold feet. Algona's Home-Owned Bank books went to Lorrie and Nancy Funnemark, Helen and Kathy Skow, Mary Jo and Shirley Becker, Janet and Cheryl Cunningham, Elaine and Kathy Goetz, Sandra Carlson, Judy Seaberg, Sigred Johnson, Kathy Bruns, Esther Hildman, Sharlene Asa and Norma Goetz. Best Senior record book, Lorrie Funnemark; Best Junior record book, Sigred Johnson; Best Intermediate record book, Helen Skow. The Albert and Louis Lickteigs were guests in the Ed Kenyon home in honor of the first communion of the Kenyon's twin sons, Ronald and Donald. Lucy Ferstl will hold a farm sale Nov. 19. Mrs Clifford Carlson has been chosen mother-of-the-month for November by the members of the Presbyterian Thursday nite youth Mrs Ed Robinson of North Platte to ierre, S. D. Nov. 9 for a weekend visit with the Bill Wilson family. Mrs Robinson remained for a longer visit before returning to her home in North Platte. "Act Your Age", the junior class play, was given in Corwith Nov. 0. Mrs Viola Studer was a dinner guest of Mrs Norine Studer, Algona, Nov. 7. Mrs Mag Bleich and Mrs Mary Rockwood attended the pre-nuptial shower for Nancy Hiscock, daughter of Mrs Mavis Hiscock at Britt. Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan moved last week into the house which they bought from the Fred Rusmussens. Mr and Mrs Ras- •niissen moved into the Doughan 'arm house. The Pat Rasmussens bought the 80 acre Doughan farm "ust east of Wesley. club. Helen, Reuben and Marilyn ;OWA STATE BANK Skow were among the group of Presbyterian young people who spent Saturday at Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Guy Dimond announce the birth of their first great-grandson, born Nov. 5 to Mr and Mrs Duane Lauer of Orient. Mrs Lauer is the former Mary Lou Dimond of Algona, formerly of Wesley. The Community Club has scheduled a Boy Scout organizational meeting for Nov. 15 in the American Legion hall. Women's Society will meet Nov. 14 in the Methodist church parlors. Alice Arndorfer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Arndorfer, is studying speech therapy at Briar Cliff college, Sioux City. She was honored at a capping ceremony Oct. 31. The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Forburger Nov. 1 has been named Timothy John. Lucy. Joe and Jack Ferstl were admitted to the Westview Home in Britt recently. Kermit Conner of Popejoy and Irwin Haynes of Boone spent Nov. 8-12 in the P. C. Haynes home. Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes plan to accompany the R. W. Saunches and the Bill Nadelhoffers of Eau Clair, Wis. to LaPorte City Nov. 24 to attend the wedding of John Hood of Algona and Elaine Kathleen Auld. Mr and Mrs Frank Hauptly spent the weekend in Omaha, Neb. with her niece, Mrs Eugene Loots and family. Arthur Olsen, Mason City, spent Thursday with the Frank Hauptlys. The Lester and Arvin Larson families spent Sunday with mother and grandmother, Mrs Peter Larson of Goldfield. The occasion honored the 88th birthday of the senior Mrs Larson also the birthday of Mrs Lester Larson. The Wesley Unit of Hancock county memorial hospital auxiliary held its annual meeting Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. at the Mrs Mary Flom home Ethel and Anna Flom were co-hostesses. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Baylor accompanied Mr and Mrs Henry Weiland of Britt and his sister, ST. JOE NEWS Ruth Ann Klein, daughter of Ir and Mrs Alvin Klein, Judy kVagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, and Judy Bormann, daughter of Mr and Mrs ^rank Bormann from Davenport, ormerly from here, spent the weekend here with relatives and riends from Briar Cliff College, ioux City, where they are students. Knights of Columbus met Nov. 7 with Raymond Kohlhaas, Grand Knight, presiding. Committee in charge of lunch were Harold Bormann, Ralph Kohlhaas, James Bormann, Donald Weydert and Alfred Zeller. A special K.C. district meeting and guest night was held in the K.C. club rooms at Algona Nov. 11. Mrs George Forysthe and Gary of West Bend spent several days last week here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul and family. Relatives and friends gathered at the home of Elizabeth Berte Nov. 5 to help her observe her birthday. 500 was played with Margaret Reidmiller and Mrs John Berte receiving prizes. Miss Berte received gifts and a birthday cake and lunch brought by the guests were served. Attending the gathering were Mrs Alphonse Berte, Mrs Nick Berte, Mrs John Berte, Agnes Berte, Mrs John Becker, Mrs Louise Thul, Mrs John Origer, Mary Jane Origer, Mrs Wm. B. Devine, Mrs Joe Sinn well, Mrs John Thul, Mrs E. J. Gales, Mrs Peter Bormann, Mrs Tony Becker, Margaret Reidmiller and Mrs John B Reding. C.D.A. will hold their meeting Nov. 14, Mrs Francis Erpelding, . - . BUY NOW! USE OUR E-Z TIME PAY PLAN WITH A CHRISTMAS) BONUS OF NO PAYMENT UNTIL FEBRUARY ( i Huw aporty can a car get? Just take a look at the new P-85 Cuflaa for '63! Rakish new silhouette ... comfort-contoured bucket seat* . . . center control console* give it the look and feel of a thoroughbred sports car. And its Cutlass V-8 turns out performance to match! Coupe or convertible, the 1963 Cutlass is Oldsmobile's lowest-priced sports car. At your Olds Dealer's now! . 0ellMl „ ^^ nun "SOMtTHIMG IXTIH" AIOUT OWMRIS / QLOeTVIOBILE Exerting new blend Of beaucy and aption^.. in th« low-price flelcfl DAU'S GARAGE, 125 South Dodge, Algona, Iowa grand regent, presiding. Committee in charge of lunch and social hour will be Mrs Anton Becker, Mrs John Hilbcrt, Mrs James Stah!, Mrs Tom McKeown, Mrs John B. Heeling, Mrs Bob Altman and Mildred Bormann. Mr and Mrs Don Bormann are parents of a son born Nov. 6 at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge. They have a 13-month old daughter Dana Lynn, who is staying with her paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann. Mr and Mrs Henry darken from Lakota are the maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs John F. Reding are parents of a son Jeffery John born Nov. 8 in Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs John Berte and Mr and Mrs Harold Reding. Mr and Mrs Ronald Evanson, Candice and Jeffrey from Waterloo FOUNDERS' DAYS SPECIAL! SPECIAL PURCHASE OF FALL MILLINERY Included are all the latest styles in felts, velvet, fake furs and various pile mater- »< ials. Come early for the best selection. Regular $3.99 and $4.99 values NOW .. •%.•&• ^^.'^fym : * 7- - •^&s»»^--M f •*'j*-y JfK>>>\ ; j Sf-tf-f.'j-'-i•'. v* u'l ??T f ££*ffijJ8(&*ti?,'' *. ftfS fcm ./a $» .'I rr < $2.88 are spending this week in the home of Mrs Evanson's parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding and Sharon. Mr and Mrs Frank Slattlcman of Humboldt are parents of a son born Nov. G in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. This makes 3 boys and 2 girls in the family. Mr and Mrs Will Reding and Mrs Rose Stattle- man, all from here, are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Eugene fhul were Saturday evening visitors in the Jake Becker home at Bancroft. Thursday afternoon visitors in the Becker home were Mrs John Thul and daughters, Mrs Milford Plathe, Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Thursday evening visitors were Mrs Algred Reding, Mrs Harold Rading and Mrs George Wagner. 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