The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 2
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—Alffoftd (lo.) Upper D*s Moin»« Thurjday, April 1, 1965 Wesley Shower Honor Sunday, \VESI EY 4-1! MFT Wesley township lxi\s -1-Hclub nipt at thr John Hildman homp Moiiii.i\ rvpninfi, March 22. Paul •! * April 4. WESLEY - Rosannp Hildman. daughter of John Hildman will i* honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Josephs parish hall Sunday April 4, at 1:30 p.m. She will become the bride of Richard Carbone of Chicapo, 111. April 19 in St. Josephs Catholic church here. She has l^een employed as reservations* at TWA Airlines in Chicago. Krrpison, Krdora] conservationist of Tltonka was a pnpst and pavp .1 talk on Wild Life of birds and :->»<Tial5. ajiil showed slides. Francis Hildman ^avp a t..lk on "Gun Safety." Esther Hildman talked on "What Does Credit Cost." Paul Hildman gave a demonstration on "How to Make a Sun Dial." Francis Hildman presented several pillar selections ami accompanied the group singing. Mrs. Hildman served a lunch lx>fovp Mir meeting. - i) RESIGNS AT BANK Kay Hilbcrt. who has been employed the past 8 years in thp Exchange State Bank has resigned her position as of March 31. Her cousin Rita Eisenbacher, daughter of Vincent Eisenbacher and the late Dorothy Elsenbachpr has replaced Kay. Rita completed a business course at Hamiltons in Mason City in Noveml>er. Kay, a daughter of Norbert Hllberts, plans to visit her sisters Judy and Mary who are employed in Denver,t»foregoing to Glendale Calif, to visit Betty RickP, daughter of the LeRoy Klckps. - o - EX-WESLEYAN HONORED Mrs. Myrtle Kauba Wynne, a former Wesley resident now of Albert Lea, Minn, was honored March 9, when she was chosen outstanding member of the year JMJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJUU. ELECTRIC COOKING For the busy homemaker whose time is valuable, the modern electric ranges are designed for convenience. They're automatic, fast, clean—and attractive. And if you choose electric "built-ins"—the built-in oven, with separate surface units—you'll have the utmost in cooking convenience. See your dealer about a modern electric range—another way to live better, electrically. Algona Municipal Utilities of Business ant! Professional women's club. Mrs. Wynne Is head of the womens wear department at Wallaces store in Albert Lea. She was presented a gold card and corsage by local president Leonora Rise at a breakfast held In the Pine Room of Avalon Cafe. She will be eligible lo attend the state convention in Rochester, Minn. In May and the National Meeting In Wash. D. C. in July. She and her hus- l«nd, J. D. Wynne recently returned from a vacation trip to Ft. Lavuierdale, Florida. - o - HERE FOR FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons of St. Paul, Minn, were Monday overnight guests of her father Ed Hildman. On Tuesday norm- Ing March 23 they attended the funeral of the latters brother- in-law, Peter Klrshbaum Sr., 79, at Sacred Heart Catholic church, Ayrshire. - o - An Easter dance will be held at the Duncan dance pavilllon April 19, sponsored by 5 circles of St. Josephs guild. Tickets at the door will be $1.25, and $1, If purchased before that evening. Carol Root who teaches first grade in the Hoover school in Cedar Rapids spent the weekend in the parental L. T. Root home. Her sister Mrs. Richard Murphy, husband and 3 children of St. Louis, Mo. came Saturday for a weeks visit with their parents. Mrs. Clair Wlngert accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Wm. Mayer, Irvlngton, and Mrs. Mary Lalller and son Marvin, Algona, went to Klmball, Minn. Tuesday March 9 where on March 10 attended the funeral of Mrs. Adam Hommerdlng. The deceased was mother-ln-lawofMrs. Urban Hommerding who is the former Laura Wolf, who with her husband lives In Clarissa, Minn. Laura Is a sister of Mrs. Wlngert and Mrs. Mayer. Mrs. Bertha Chesterfield and two sons William and Burton of Manhattan, Mont, were guests of their cousins the Joe Skows March 21-25. They were enroute to Janesville, Wls. to visit relatives. Wednesday evening guests in the Skow home were the Geo. Seabergs and Judy, D wight Sea- bergs and Lisa, Philip Seabergs, Dan and Louisa Skow of Ames and Rev. and Mrs. K. Mills of Goldfleld., Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard and youngest son Billy spent March 21-24 in Rochester, Minn, where he attended a clinical Review. Mr. and Mrs. 'Wilfred Loebig attended the funeral of Mrs. Viola Wiatt at Ft. Dodge recently. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Llckteig, Don and Dennis Potthoff visited her father Henry Riesberg a resident at St. Anthony's Home Zing into spring! Chevelle by Chevrolet It's the most popular mid-size traveler built- which isn't surprising when you consider who built it. There's no doubt that a car like this could get by on its good looks alone. 'But the fact that it is built by Chevrolet assures you right oil' it's got a lot more going for it than merely mect.s the eye. It tells you, for example, you can have the impetuous kind of power—6 or Y8—that Chevrolet has a reputation for putting in its cars. It tells you that you get Body by Fisher handiwork in.-ide and out. It tells you that you're going to get a ride developed by engineers who are old hands at putting the squelch on bumps. Knowing all this, you probably won't be startled by the fact more people are now buying Chevelle than any other car its size. But you will have a happy surprise when you check it-hat you can buy one for—right now at your HIGH TIME TO TRADE Chevrolet dealer's. uwmwivwuiouim lin& into spring in a new Chevrolet, Chevelle, Gorvair, Chevy n or Corvette KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. in Carroll Sunday March 21. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ricke and Boh and Mrs. Mikp Vitzthum accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stufflick of Kanawha attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. (Lucy) Karl Hoffman in Algona. W.S.C.S. will meet in the Methodist church April 7, with the Mesdames Veva Lease, Richard Madsen, H. U. Smith and Maureen Harr. The lesson will be given by Mrs. Olive Erdman and devotions will be led by Mrs. P. C. Haynes. The Operetta "Camelot" has been postponed to April, 4-5 at Garrigan in Algona. Miss Cherann Bernau of Btirt who will marry Clinton Eden in April will be honored at a shower in the Methodist church parlors Friday evening April 2. Duane Larson was a patient in the Britt hospital last week for treatment of a siege of pneumonia. He is a son of the Art Larson and is employed by Howard Funnemark. Mrs. Marie Starquist was brought home Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been 10 days for medical care. The three eldest grandchildren of Mrs. Olive Erdman and the late Paul Erdman, .will graduate from high school in May and all plan to attend college next year. They are Paula Clegg of Eaton Rapids, Mich., Michael Erdman of Franklin school in Cedar Ralids and Diane Robinson of Corwith-Wesley. The latter has been accepted by the University of Arizona at Tempe. Ray Hansen went (o Mason City March 25, to meet Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seefeld who were returning home from a winter stay in Weslaco, Texas. They were house guests in the Hansen home until snow could be cleared away from their own farm yard and driveway. It was 90 degrees in Weslaco when they left. IOTTOSEN I By Mrs. Donald Usher PHONE 295-3554 ALGONA, IOWA 108 S. HAIL Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers and family were Monday night visitors at the Donald Cooper home. They brought along a birthday cake to help Mrs. Cooper celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs.LeonTerwllliger and daughters attended the Sport Show at Des Moines Sunday. James Jacobson celebrated a birthday Thursday. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. Bertha Jacobson and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Larson of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehr- spann and family. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem visited her mother, Mrs. Manda Mitsven at Bode. They also called on two of Mrs. Watnem's aunts, Mrs. Laura Enger of Bode and her sister who was visiting Mrs. Hilda Selvik of Owatonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Wergeland of Hardy, Mrs. Harold Dale of Dakota City, Mrs. Sherman Silbaugh and Zoe Ann, Mrs. Richard Christiansen and Jana of Humboldt and Mrs. Art Christiansen were Friday coffee guests of Mrs. Jennie Bratland. Mrs. Wilbur Stone of Rochester, New York is visiting at the Donald Usher home. She is a sister of Mrs. Usher. Sunday dinner guests at the Usher home in honor of Mrs. Stone were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Winther of Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henrikson, Julie and Lu- Ann of West Bend, Ruth, Martha and Sara Usher and Kenneth Weaver of Ames and Tom Olson of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henrikson of Emmetsburg were morning callers. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth celebrated their forty-ninth wedding anniversary Sunday. They enjoyed a telephone call from Mrs. Bob Naeve (Delores), their daughter who lives in California. Afternoon guests were Mr, and Mrs. Mount 0, Kinseth and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. James Barber of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and sons. The children brought their parents an anniversary cake, a gift and money. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and family attended a Licht family reunion at Vincent Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson were Sunday supper guests at the Lowell Shelgren home at Gilmore City to help their grandson, Michael Shelgren, three, celebrate his birthday. Ann Ludwig of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Clem Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann spent the weekend with their son Neil at East Moline, Illinois. PFC. Roger Wehrspann is taking two weeks of training in engineering at Camp Wolters, Tex. He has been stationed at Ft. Polk, La. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann. Earl Olson, who has been a medical patient at Lutheran hospital, came home Friday. Stephen Evenson has been discharged after six months of training in the National Guard. He returned home Saturday from Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem, was three years old Wednesday. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waechter and Mark of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem. feeder cattle. A complete bonded provided. Also private treaty order buying service is to be. tra^nc- win be available dally^ Livestock Sales At Humboldt Changes Hands The Humboldt Livestock Commission Company, Inc. of Humboldt, Iowa, one of the largest auction markets in the cornbelt, has been sold to a new Iowa, corporation known as the Humboldt Cornbelt Livestock Exchange, Inc. The reported sale price was $250,000. The new owners will take ownership April 1, 1965. Officers for the new corporation ares David Moorhouse, president and general manager; Bob Drake, vice-president and sales manager; John B. Powers, vice- president and yard manager; and Robert Patterson, secretary- treasurer and office manager. Also included on the Board of Directors are Robert Klrkpat- rick, Joe Dodgen, Dale Fraser and Bill Thomas, all of Humboldt. An auction sale on Tuesdays is planned to handle native cattle, sheep and hogs. A Friday sale is also planned for this fall to handle Western stocker and IT ISMT FAIR? HE /ALWAYS KEEPS INTRAININ6 BV /-* DRINKIN6 WHOLESOME e? MILK PRODUCED BV Folks e4 all agei need - and Ilk* - HomogtnhMd Milk. Serve It with every meal. CO-OP (VwMlrMOfif R ^M lONf UOTK AA '•, J2/JS • SWf A i'lir Hi' .' <1' STRONG CHURCHES... Make Strong Communities "Beloved, do not imitate evil but imitate good. He who does good is of God; he who does evil has not seen God." —Ill John 1:11 We must acknowledge God in all ways. We must accept the principles of Christianity, and live by these principles. We cannot, if we are concerned with salvation, be part-time believers, part-time Christians. We cannot conveniently forget about God when we meet temptations, large or small. Life is rich, is filled with hope and promise when it is a good life, a life that shuns evil and seeks truth. Living the good life is not impossible, nor is it extremely difficult. We have the great example of the life of Christ upon earth. We cannot dedicate our lives so completely, but we can accept and pursue the principle of good over evil in all things. Read your BIBLE dally and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy "p. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 — Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Bay* POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & long Distance Phane 295-2275 - Algono, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO, Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks — Firestone Tire* — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169

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