The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 18
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B~Algonti (la.) Uppt* P«* tuMctay, S«PT. 27, 1960 Miss Haag Recent Bride New Railroad Adele Haag, daughter of Peter Haag. West £end, became the bride of Lowell C. Shimon, son of Louis Shimon, Pocahontas, during a ceremony performed by Rev. Philip Dailey in St..Michaels Catholic church 'at Whittemore Sept. 10. Tne newlyweds are..shown above. The complete story of the wedding appeared in,the UDM Sept. 13. (Nels Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving). , , Elect Officers The Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart Church of Ledyard met Sept. 1^. Mrs Al Johnson lave a report on the deanery meeting held at Esthervllle last week. ( Election of officers for the coming year was held.' Those elected were: Mrs Al Johnson, president, Mrs A. E. Weaver, secretary and Mrs Bernard Reiley, treasurer. Mrs Ted Thilges gave a reading and Father Mohtag gave a talk. ' '. • ' Hostesses were Mrs Leslie Mino, Mrs'Paul Kollasch.i Mrs Louis Lappe, Mrs, Lee Olson, Mrs Cyril Miller- and Mrs Marcial Bartolo. Used At Lakota * i . lakola — During' the past, ten days, workmen of the Rock Island: Railroad .installed a new automatic flasher, bell and stop sign at the crossing of the five railroad tracks , over the pavement in Lakota. Automatically when a train approaches from either direction and reaches a point about three-quarters of a mile from the crossing, the four red lights. start flashing, a bel 'rings and two stop signs with reflectors turn to face • oncoming traffic from both ways. As th last car passes the crossing th circuit is broken and the signa . operation stops. All is electricallj timed and controlled. Firemen Called The Lakota fireman were call ed to the Ted Wallentine farm Wednesday afternoon. The mo tor of the ensilage cutter caugh fire. The fire was under contro by the time the fireman go there. • Mrs Don Boyd and Mrs I. E. Wortman were in Marshalltown Tuesday to attend a meeting for presidents of Uie U.P.W. and Presbyterian officers. . Mr and Mrs C. F. Enneberg and Rochelle attended dedication services for the Luthern Church at Emmohs, Minn. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Frank Krall returned home Thursday after a few days visiting with relatives in Hastings, Neb. Mr Krall, local depot agent, is enjoying a three* week vacation form his duties. Lance Corp. Rex Larson of the U.S. Marines arrivud home for a leave Wednesday. He had been stationed on Okinawa the past 16 months. When he returns he will report to North Carolina. Corp. James Bruer .arrived home Friday for a 3d-day leave from Indian Springs, Nevada. He will report to New Jersey and will go to Thule, Greenland for a year. Itent Gerzema had the misfortune of getting hit by, a baseball during practice Friday 'evening. He was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital Where he had 8 Stitches taken across the eyelid. Ledyard Township Homemakers and 1 guests making a tour of Fairmont were Mr'A.vC. Gutknecht, Mrs Ervin Schwarz, Mrs Henry Steenhard, and Ann, Mrs Fred Christ, Mrs Jerry Heetland, Mrs J. C. Blome, Mrs Mary Telkamp Mrs Earl Paulson, Mrs Ray Blerle and son, Mrs Maurice Carlson, and daughter, Mrs Elmer Paulson, Mrs. Glenn Mabus, Mrs Jones and Mrs Frauke Schan dendprf.. • I . School Supt. John ,C o o k announces the 1960-61 season of Lyceum programs to be held at the Lakota School auditorium and invites the public to attend any or all in which they might be interested. Dates are Sept. 28, Nov. 28, Dec. 6, Jan. 20, Feb. 8, Feb 23, Mar. 15, Mar 29 and Apr. 4. The Lutheran Brotherhood of Stl Paul's Lutheran church met in regular session Sept. 14 at the parish hall. Rev.'C. Walker of Elmore, Minn, gave the address and conducted the discussion period. Lunch was served by Raymond Hertzke and Eldon Sachs. ' Monday evening,, Rev. and Mr; Harlan Kruse were guests at a dinner party at the home of Rev and Mrs Jim Lyoit or Estherville The dinner 'was honoring Rev and .Mrs Jim Warren of 'Ring sted who will move to Milwau kee, Wis., after nine years of ser vice in Ringsted Mrs Herman Jutting, Mrs Pear Smith and Audrey Ruby attend ed the Business Women'-s Retrea at Clear Lake Saturday and Sun day. Nine Boy Scouts and Scoutmaster Gottlieb Rieffer enjoyed a cook-out at the Robert Ruby farm Monday evening. Scouts enjoying the outing were Mike Campbell, Eugene P a u 1 s e n, Bruce Meurer, Ronald Johpson, Dean Koppen, Paul Kruse, Mark Hamilton, Virgil Lewis and Jerry Garrett. Mr and Mrs .William Kienitz and Mr and Mrs Dean Kuchen- reuther of Titonka were guests for dinner at the Carlyle Gerzema home at Buffalo Center Sunday, honoring Mrs Kejnitz on her birthday. * Kossuth Future Teachers Met, Burt, Butt — An organizational meeting of the Kosstlth County Chapter of the FTA (future Teachers Association) was' held at Burt Sept. 19. Six schools Were" represented at thd meeting. They were Swea City, Algona, "Titonka, Lakota, Sentral and Burt. Twenty 'members attended. Six sponsors were also present. They were Miss Sorensen, Algona; Miss Olson, Swea City; Mr Brown, BurtJ Mr Hill, Titonka; Mr Martin, Burt; and Mrs Ocs- trriecher, Titonkd,' who Is county' sponsor. ; The meeting was called to or'. der by the president, Susan Montgomery, of Sentral. The other officers are vice president, Peg Keith, Burt; secretary, Joyce Riebhoff, Algona; treasurer, Sherry Ljn Wenger, Titonka; historian and parliamentarian, Carmen Larsen, Swea City; reporter and publicity, Beth Johnson, Ledyard; recreation and music, Jbhn Cordes, Lakota. It was decided that each school would elect one member for each of the following committees: program, services, social, publicity, membership, finance.' These committees will meet at Burt Oct. 3. Also at. that meeting a librarian will be electee and the constitution will be adopted. ' u!J> *. ,, _ The enrollment In the, Bult school kinderfatten class climb ed to 38 Rhonda per joi •ollment ift" all"|fadeS Is "284^, ', The toftSt qiifcrfer^oj; .thevsehdtil will end the first week 1ft NoV, The first in a series bf parent- teacher 'conferences will probably be held' J tjie- following 'week. Further information Aft regard to the conference will be given later. Lions Plan Pa*i> , . t District Governor Mel ftoble of" Cl«riort was' 1 'featured speaker at the Burt 1 Lions Club meeting Monday • evening. v Other guests were coach Lewis Finch and Charles Scott. Lion George Becker, gave the Invocation.. A mUscial program enjoyed by'.thos'e present included a clarinet solo by Frahcis McDonald accompanied by Marsha Dremmel; a vocal solo by Roger Bullock, accompanied 'by i<Miss Baars; a Vocal trio by Lions McMullen, Hilton, and Becker, and' a violin selection by Lion Beck-' er. Plans were made for the annual Halloween costume party and Leo Mitchell whs appointed chairman. The 6:30 dinner was prepared and served by. Legion.Auxiliary members,, Celia Scott, Viola Becker, Helen Wermers, and Vera SchWietert. Underwent Surgery ,. George Hawcott, who has oeen hospitalized in Rochester for the past three weeks, underwent surgery this past. week. He "is recovering as well as can be ex- peet6d\, M> and MM ' Wallace ttawcdtt attd 'Ke'nneth, Etta Hoi* ,' and- Selirta Clifton visited Mrs Hawcott Jn ' ' the school aeY&oiMiei we?e x-ray* ''.f^ffflelen Johnson neld open adtii&vfrom'a to 6 p.mvand from ?.,to 8 p.m. Friday in honbr of the 85th birthday anniversary of Mrs Hedwig Larson, Forty erla-' tlves srtd ffiertds called to extend 'their best wishes. ', Mfs Larson, who'made a extended • Visit- to her homeland,' Denmark, sevefal 'years ago eri» joys good health in spite of her years. She has made her home with Mrs Johnson since July 1. Infant Shower •Mrs Dennis Wubben was hostess fto several of her classmates 'at her home • Mohday evening. The occasion was a shower in ho- titir, of Bonnie Marid Klaas, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Klaas and Debra.Kay Boyken. infarit daughter of Mr and Mrs Rogef Boyken'. Present besides the two honored were Mrs Duattc Dittmer. Mrs Jim Klaas, Mrs Roger Boyken and Judy Hlnckley. ' • ; T,B. Tesls , T.B. Skin tests were given to 78 pupils of the first, fifth, 9th and 12th grade of the school Tuesday. \ ,' Giving the tests were registered nurses Mrs Richard Campney and Mrs Harley Hanson. They ' were assisted by county T.B. chairman Jennie Riebhoff, Evelyn Angus, and -Ruth Patterson. ' ' On Wednesday the mobile x-ray unit was at the school and St.' John's. tutheratflMlcs Aid member ted & , Mother and Daughter's' < Tea at ' thd church Friday evening, i • / MM Wilfred Radig was mistress of ceremonies and announced the program: Vbcal number by Deanrte 'Marlow, Linda Helena and' Prancle Meyer; a tribute to the mothete-by Mrs -Lyle Marlow; a tribute to the daughters Was given by, Mrs Ralph kierstedt, assisted by Mrs £u* Claif'e , j Sdiwedeft/'lAtia, Cuhf Lavxjftfte Blleeh,- attd Smith' 3t. The piugram eluded by words of if.. by Pastor Sehultz and, a Carolyn Madsori. Mrs " Westhud poUted, Mr and Mrs Cecil and Mrs Nels Godfredsofl City,- visited at.,the Cor a home Wednesday evertitt Mi", fend •• Mrs Ken Co Terry spe'nt Sunday, at ge Schroeder- home in. d.ity, " RADIO-TV Find it fast In the YELLOW PAGES of your phone book Clean, Easy-Picking PIONEER Corn .1 . ORDER YOURS PROM-* Your Local Pioneer Salesmen: R. I. Mawdsley ........ Algona Aaron Steussy .......... Algona Tsd Hoover, Sr, ........ Algona Henry Schroeder ...... Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch - - , ........ Bod© Walter Vaudt ....... Whittemore Robinson Produce ....... Wesley Jack Dethmer$ — Garner District Sales Mgr. Dodge Upsets The Apple Cart In 1960 Dodge upset the apple cart with Dodge Dart, in the traditional Ford, Chevrolet and Plymouth low price class. For 1961 Dodge upsets aople carts all over the place with a full size .Dodge .called -DART. Again the .competition .will -be wailing and gnashing their teeth. Dodge's .compact .car .called Lancer is a compact that likes oeople, .and-you .will -like -the things you don't have to give up. The custom Dodge called Polara is the best of Dodge at a very modest cost. You will cheer the low prices . . . though price is only part of the reason to go Dodge. You will buy Dodge because you're just plain smart and know that Dodge, any Dodge is a whale of a lot of car for your money. A car that is big in everything except money. The<-place to buy it is PERCIVAL'S in Algona, where service is first and the customer is king. Service is an important part of a new car purchase. PERCIVAL'S have built their business around service, so when you have read all the new car ads, compared all the salesmen's claims, slammed all the car doors and kicked their tires, remember what you buy is service. So before you buy, stop at PERCIVAL'S and ask for Dave Miller Gene Kreyer or the boss, Clayton Percival. Let's talk over your next new car purchase, you owe it to yourself as it is a big purchase. Be sure service is included, PERCIVAL'S LONG ON SERVICE DODGE - DART - IANCER Algona YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOINES A . ,-*•'/ ism •t ',' On September 29, AT PERCIVAL'S, Dodge will upset automotive apple- carts all over the place. With a compact Dodge called LANCER With a full-size Dodge called DART! I With a custom Dodge called POLARA Among the competition there will be wailing and, gnashing of teeth. However, you will cheer, low prices will be only part of the reason. See three great new ones from Dodge. AT PERCIVAl'S, SEPT. 29. Join In The Fun, Toke A Ride, look Us Over, Have Some Luneh Win A Prize I You'll Like What You See At ... , . . ".'< IONG ON SERVICE ™:BImli 1 W JWI/•••. PART LANCER

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