The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1960 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
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»~A>f«na (la.) Upp» f Tuesday, July 1 9, 1 960 ! 4 Guard Units Left Saturday Ames Driver In Crash; Charged With O.M.Y.I diaries R. Stansbury. 49, Ames, was charged with OMVl nftrr his auto and a vehicle driven by Earl W. Routh. 16, Lone Hock, collided on highway 169 north of Algona at 8 p.m. Saturday. Stansbury was bound over to district court by Justice C. H, Ostwinkle who also sentenced him to five days in jail for driv- inc without an operator's license. Hoth vehicles were headed south on 1G9 at the time of the crash. The Ames auto struck the Routh machine from the rear and inflicted minor damage to both vehicles. The mishap, and the four following, were investigated by local police. Maynard V. Shackelford, 17, Algona, was driver of an auto that crashed into n.veo stump on Overmeyer Drive at 5:40 p.m. Sunday. He was later charged with failing to have control and fin§d in mayor's court. Damage to the auto was estimated at $250. Friday at 12:03- p.m., little Gordon Schenck, 3M>, son of the Lee Sehencks, Algona, ran into the side of a pickup truck driven by MerVin C. Cronan, 58, Algona, on East North street near the boy's home. He suffered a.slight scratch on his foienead. The same day, at 8:10 a.m., autos driven by W M. Anderson, 48, and Ambrose Lickteig, 63. both of Algona, collided at the intersection of Phillips and Elm streets. Damage to the Anderson auto was estimated at $100, while $300 damage resulted to the other car. A city street sweeping machine came loose from a tractor driven by Oscar J. M^ers, 21, Algona, and crashed into a parked car owned by Raymond Bilsborough on North street. Dam- ago to the Hilsborough auto was estimated at $225. Rotary Makes Tour Algona Rotary club members mnde a tour of inspection of, the Universal Mfg. Co. plant here as its Monday noon program, following luncheon. Guides at the plant were Oscar Melcalf, Pudge Miller, Walt Lichter, Pat McQuiston and Jim Hnudewyns, of Universal. "fly-In" Picnic Area Flying Farmers enjoyed a "fly-in 1 picnic at the Algona Airport, Sunday. A meeting of tho district group followed ' the picnic dinner. Ron Gerber nnd Don McCarthy wore two local members who helped in handling arrangements. Church Buys House The First Methodist church of Algona has purchased the house next door to the church building for use as additional Sunvy School space. Possession date is Aug. 31. In charge of the fund solicitation are Roy Hulzcll, chairman, Joe Tschotler and Robert Kelley, co-chairmen; Ron Mock, secretary; David Loffert, II. Dale Cole. Swallowing ..your pride will never give yoif.indigeslion. Algona Girl Is Capped Recently National Guard unit was joined here Saturday by units fronstorm Lake, Spencer and Humboldt for the long trip to summer camp at Camp McCoy, Wise. The four units pulled out from Algona shortly after 9 a.m., had lunch at Hanlontown tit noon, bivouacked at Caldonia, Minn. Saturday night and were slated to arrive at Camp McCoy at 10 a.m. Sunday. The above photo was snapped as vehicles and men from the Algona and Humboldt units began the trek from the junction of highways 169 and 18 north of town. Capt. Warren Nelson, commander .)!' the Aluona unit, is shown under the black arrow giving a big wave goodbye to bystanders before he climbed into his jeep and he Innjj line of equipment got underway. The Storm Lake and Spencer units were stopped at the time a mile east on highway 18. While at Camp McCoy, the units will undergo battery tests, something that hasn't been clone since men from this area went overseas almost 10 years ngo. The local men are slated to arrive back in Algona at 10 a.m. July 31. Five officers and 59 men make up the Algona unit at Camp McCoy. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). ™ U P P E R DES AAOIN E.S'g + r octet >? i ' • / "» Wed 25 Years To Wed In Fall Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel of Algona will observe their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary with an open house for all friends and relatives at the Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore, from 2 to 4 p,m. Sunday, July 24. They request no 'gifts. Mrs Winkel is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Algona, and Dr. Winkel is a son of Mrs Mamie Winkel, also Algona. They were married July 24, 1935 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here and have been residents of Algona since that time. Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs Vincent Esser and family were dinner guests last week Monday of. their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Clifford .Esser at Mason City. It was a celebration of the birthday of Vincent Esser. Guild To Meet ' St. Thomas Guild of the Episcopalian church will meet July 21..Hostesses will be Mrs Charles , Schlievert and Mary Fraser. Mrs John Fraser will have charge of the program. TOM'S Televiews Mr and Mrs Bcrl E. Priebe announce the engagement of their daughter Constance Kay, shown here, to David W. Barth, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Earth. Brookfield, III. The bride-to-be will graduate from Drake University in August'with a degree in English Literature, and is a 1957 graduate of Algona high school. Her fiance was a June Drake University graduate with a degree in pharmacy and is now employed in Western Springs, 111. Miss Priebe •is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority and Mr Barth was affiliated with Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. An October wedding is planned. Townsend Club Activities Algona Townsend club met at the Wilbur Holdren home Tuesday evening, July 12. After the regular business Mrs Chester Wil- Icy talked on "Tax Equality". A tending "This is Friendship" by Miss Ila Bilsborough was'appre- ciated. The next meeting was scheduled for Tuesday evening, July 20, at the home'of Mrs P. W. Hanson. The topic will be "It's your government". Mr and Mrs Chester Willey were remembered with cards and gifts for their wedding anniversary. Other activities followed .with awards going to Miss Janice Danielson and Mrs Lloyd Hauback. During the lunch hour Mrs Holdren conducted the riddle session. Guest Honored Mrs Walter Burtrand of Chicago was honored by a'group of friends at the Robert Steven home here recently. Joining in the courtesy for the visitor were Mrs Charles Aman and Harold, Mason City; Mr and Mrs J. P. Steven and Jeannie and Mr and Mrs Milton Steven and family, Burt; Mr and Mrs John Opheim and Dawn, Norfolk, Va.; Mr and Mrs Ted Johnson, Boone; Mr and Mrs Everett Shipler and' family, Fairchild, Wise.; Mr and Mrs Gene Ruling and family, Britt; Mr and Mrs Darrell Steven and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Steven, Mr and Mrs Virgil Shackelford, Mrs Truman Shackelford and Jerry, Mr and Mrs Jerry Holder! and family, all of Algona. Engagement Announced Comedy Spot, a summer innovation, (CBS) this week was con- Chived by, written by and stars Carl Reiner, a situation comedy which co-stars Barbara Britton. Tune in for some terrific entertainment 8:30 Tuesday night. With the regular TV programs •bout to rejoin us in a couple of months, it's more important than •ver to get that second set. Save • family argument. We have some beautiful used TV's that are real bargains. This is alto a good time to switch lo color, More and more color "regulars" and "specials" are entering th* TV scene, CBS will carry a 30-minute preview of next week's Republican convention Thursday at 9:00. and §U n**t we«k long, we'll be en- by political slams, better then situation Coffee For Guest Mrs George Harris entertained at a coffee Saturday afternoon for Mrs Louis Verveer, Downers Grove, 111. Other guests were Mrs Magnus Lichter, Burt, Mrs Everett Anderson and Mrs Lyle Raney. Gerber Reunion A Gerber family reunion was held July 4 at the Kossuth County fairgrounds at which 150 persons were in attendance. To Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison are going to meet their daughter Joanne in Des Moines July 28 and will remain there a few days to attend the wedding of Mrs Hutchison's niece, Lois Carroll and Robert Beh. 'The brother of the bride, John Carroll, San Jose, Calif., well-known former resident here, will also be at the wedding. Joanne makes her home in Tucson, Ariz., and will come here with her-parents for a visit. Married July 2 On July 2, at the Trinity Lutheran church in Blue Earth, Al Wittkopf and Letha Webb, both of Algona, were united in marriage by Rev. Thompson. They are at home temporarily at 206 South Thorington, after a brief wedding trip. Mr Wittkopf is employed at the Weidenhoff Corporation here. Lori Gerdis, 3 Mrs Arnold Gerdis gave a party "June 30 in celebration of the third birthday of her daughter Lori Left. Guests were Robbie Carlson, GorP nie Diekmann, Julie and Judy Erpelding, Brenda Goodman, Julie Johnson and Mike McGinnis. Games were played and refreshments served. Betty Murphy, pictured above, was capped at exercises held recently at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Mason city. . Betty is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Murphy, Algona, and was secretary of her class. (UDM Engraving) Linen Shower Mrs John Schutter, Mrs William Finn, Mrs Henry Guderian and Mrs Willard. Steffan gave a coffee and linen shower Friday morning for Patricia Hedlund, whose engagement and approaching marriage to John Berninghaus has been announced. The wedding will take place August 21. Moose Hold Picnic An Algona Moose picnic at Lost Island park came to a fast conclusion, Sunday afternoon', as a storm swept in from the northwest about 4 p.m. The picnic, however, was enjoyed by some ,50 or 60 persons until the weather changed. Th« spreader fanM* aaked for. Quick latch PTO connection, clutch lor ea» clean-out. Full year THAT8 RICH .., For the inswer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in U12 N Moor* ~ CV 4*3260). ! TOM'S MOW t TV Mr and Mrs William Prothman, Algona, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kathy, shown here, Fort Dodge, to David Macumber, Perry, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Macumber, Algona. The wedding will be held Sept. 10 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. The bride-elect is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and is now employed at Fort Dodge. Mr Macumber is. a graduate of Algona high school and is now employed at Perry. (UDM Engraving). , Guest Honored Mrs Albert Granzow entertained at a coffee for Mrs F. E. Sawyer during her recent visit here. Guests were members of the Idle Hour bridge club of which Mrs Sawyer was a member, and a few other friends. Club members are Mrs Edith Buchanan, Mrs Fern Foster, Mrs Albert Granzow, Mrs Ann Hanson, Mrs Hazel Lusby, Mrs D. D. 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