The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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4—Algeria (la.) Uppftr Dei Moln** Thursday, April 22, 1965 Wilson - "The office of President requires the constitution of an athlete, the patience of a mother, the endurance of an early Christian." F. D. Roosevelt - "Presidential plans for future onpa^e- m^nts are, I find to my sorrow, more susceptible to change than tlie plans of any private citizen." EXPERT ELECTRICAL OF ALL TYPES Residential — Industrial Farm — Commercial We Invite a Chance To Give Estimates on Anything Electrical ALGONA ELECTRIC Co, SI ROTH Phone 295-5339, Algona, Iowa IS THE TIME TO INSTALL THAT NEW CONCRETE SEPTIC TANK AND THOSE NEW CONCRETE STEPS WITH ORNAMENTAL IRON RAILINGS. 72 STOCK SIZES & SHAPES CONCRETE STEPS Or ORNAMENTAL IRON RAILINGS 3 SIZES AVAILABLE 500-800- 1000 gal. APPROVED FOR IOWA & MINNESOTA CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS BE SURE TO VISIT OUR DISPLAY AT THE ALGONA HOME SHOW ALGONA VAULT SERVICE HIWAY 169 295-5273 LORDS TO PURCHRSE LORDS TO IMPROVE DON T WAIT ... INVESTIGATE NOW I ... SEE OUR BANK FOR THE BEST TfRMS When you get a loan to buy the home in which your family will know so much happiness, it can be one of the most important steps of your life. Our loans are made to fit your needs and budget, to make home ownership the joy it should be. JOWA STATE BANK i'lGON'A IOWA Ledyard PTA Will Elect New Officers LEDYARD - The Parent-Teacher Organization will meet April 26. There will be a style show by the members of the home economics classes and an industrial arts display. There will be election of officers during the business meeting. Serving on the nominating committee are Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Blome, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dontje and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson. Chairman of the program committee are Mr. and Mrs. Joelng- ebritsen and heading the refreshment committee are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch. - o - Thursday, Jake Stubbe of Baxter and Mrs. Glenn Behse of Des Moines came to help their mother, Mrs. Albert Barnes, celebrate her birthday, which was on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Stubbe and girls of Ankeny came Friday, along with many of the Ledyard friends who called throughout the day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog received word on Saturday that their son A/1C Roy Herzog, who Is stationed at Schilling Air Force Base in Kansas, will be discharged May 27. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnson, Elmore, were Wednesday night supper guests at the parental Burton Johnson home in honor of Mrs. Darrell Johnson's birthday. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pingel, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Darnell, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Junkermeier, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Gilbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Runksmeier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kramersmeier, Linda Egesdal, Mr. and Mrs. John Darnell, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Runksmeier and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and boys of Winnebago surprised Mrs. Johnson with a birthday party. Mr. and Mrs. John Rosenberg and family of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Green and family of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hagedorn and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Dallas Green and Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and Dianne were afternoon guests. Jon Gilbertson became ill during the evening worship services at the E. and R. church on Friday and was taken by ambulance to the Blue Earth hospital where he remained until Saturday night for observation and tests. Good Neighbor Club met at the home of Mrs. Charles Reese. Betty Herzog, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental Harold Herzog home. Mrs. Lillian Brack was a guest of her daughter and family, the Walter Millers at Buffalo Center Easter. Her granddaughter, Priscilla Miller was at home for the weekend and the family helped her celebrate her birthday on that day. Glenn Dyer, Joliett, 111., visited . with his mother, Mrs. Eunice Dyer at the Heritage Home in Bancroft and with his brother Howard at Ledyard. Easter guests at the parental Alfred Busch home were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schiltz and family, Bancroft, Alvira and Duane Busch of Minneapolis and Maxine Busch of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids where they visited at the Gerald Manthei and Geraldine Robertson homes. Mrs. Hazel Carpenter was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Sunday. Ann Carpenter and Nancy Herzog, college students at Ames and Orange City, spent Easter at their respective homes here. Ernest Ploeger is now a resident of the Heritage Home, Bancroft. There will be a Cub Scout pack meeting at the Legion hall April 28. All Scouts and parents are encouraged to attend. Mrs. Ida Darnell arrived home Friday. She had spent the past four months in California visiting at the home of a daughter. She also spent a week in Minneapolis visiting relatives before coming home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Knoner entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Ehrich, Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Janelle and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Johnson, Jackie and Darcie at dinner Sunday at the William Knoner home. In the evening, all but the Merle Johnson family went to the Glenn Johnson home and surprised Mrs. Johnson on her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Gilbertson and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dar- 'nell were Sunday guests of the John Darnells. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan, Jeremiah and Pat spent Easter in Minneapolis with the R. C. Nehotte family. Madonna Sullivan, Minneapolis, was also a guest there. Janice Brand Honored At Ledyard Shower LEDYARD - Janice Brand, bride-to-be of Keith Klinksiek, was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church April 3. Taking part in the program were Gail Bauman, Mrs. Howard Klinksiek, Mrs. Maurice Keil, Mrs. Arlowe Blome, Mrs. Arden Runksmeier, Vickie Thilges, Barbara Schroeder, Pam, Denise, Cynthia, Mildred and Shirley Klinksiek, Becky and Sandy Warner. Mrs. Irvin Brandt presided at the coffee service, Denise Klinksiek was in charge of the guest book and Miss Brand was assisted in opening her gifts by Sherry, Pam and Denise Klinksiek. There were 27 hostesses. - o - NAME OFFICERS The following officers were elected at Thursday's meeting of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church: president, Mrs. Virgil Loucks; vice president, Mrs. Elvin Carpenter; secretary,Mrs. Howard Thompson; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Looft and the following secretaries, spiritual life and missionary education, Mrs. Everett Thompson; local church activities, Mrs. Cecil Plngel; supply, Mrs. Marie Halverson; campus ministry and membership cultivation, Mrs. Harold Herzog; upper room ministry, Mrs. Hazel Carpenter and the new member on the nominating committee is Mrs. Elvin Carpenter. - o - CLASS CONFIRMED Sunday morning ten young people were confirmed at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church, Pamela Klinksiek, Cynthia Klinksiek, Joanne Lloyd, Dianne Kessel, Rebecca McCoy, Dennis Johnson, Eldon Jorgenson, David Smith, Walter Simon- smeier, and Robert Gilbertson. - p - Kelley Kae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Junkermeier, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Victor Vriesen. Her sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Don Fennema of Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Marlln Lloyd and Kevin of Mankato spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ingebritson. Sherry Klinksiek, Linda Pingel and Pat Mayne students at Mankato are spending this week at their homes. Award Night will be held on April 20, with dinner at 6:30. Awards will be presented to students participating in music, athletics, the Betty Crocker award, speech, the Editors of tn° Put- U-Wiz and the Annual, and sch- olarship winners will be announced. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jorgenson and girls visited with her mother Mrs. Agnes Zielske and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Raschke and family at Fairmont Sunday. Mrs. George Thompson planned to spend Easter with her sons in Sioux City. She plans to visit the three homes before returning here. C. A. Jurgens, Mac and Dennis, Colorado Springs were overnight Thursday and Friday visitors at the Jim Sabin home. Hospital patients released this week were Ernest Ploeger and Carlyle Engelby from the Blue Earth hospital Saturday. Mrs. Frank Nitz from Blue Earth Friday. Mrs. Howard Thompson re- mains a patient at the Buffalo Center Clinic. Mrs. Zilphy Hardt has moved back to her home here after spending a number of months at the Heritage Home in Bancroft. A/2C Marlin Johnson returned to the Chandler, Minnesota Air Force Base Monday after spending the weekend at the parental Everett Johnson hone. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch and girls were visitors at the home of her parents, the Clarence Westres at Humboldt Sunday. Wishing For A' Bayer Won't Make That Sale! QUALITY CONSTRUCTION at a FAIR PRICE • Your Plans Are lit Good Hands When Y<w Caff On Us • For Your (few Home Construction. We Feature Highest Quality and Workmanship. 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