The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1960
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e>»Alftt>a (ia.) Upper ft^ Melw Tuesday, Oci. 4, 1966 jf~ "" "~ "'"''" '• _ ' " ' • ' i^i i UNI i nil inn M ,,•,..... .1^. • .1 ,....,•.— _—_ LuVerneClub Names Officers For New Year 4 LuVerne _ The LuVerne Progressive Woman's Club began the fall season with a dinner meeting Monday evening. Mrs Ray Stone, Mrs Irvin Chapman and Mrs Max Patterson made arrangements for the dinner. Husbands of the members and Mr and Mrs Emerald Strand Were special guests. Officers of the club, for thif year are Mrs Allen Bla}-\ president; Mrs Stone, vice "president and Mrs Roland Walline, secretary-treasurer. Mrs Strand was welcomed as a new member. Entertain Guests A get together was held Sunday evening at the Gerh-rd Myers farm home for Earl Henrv and his daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Hopkins <,t l'aii;:uii, New York, as they left Monday after spending two weyks visiting relatives and friends. Supper guests were the honored guesta, Mr and Mrs Herbert Danger and Michael, Garden City, Minn., Walter Myers and Mrs Martha Schneider LuVerne Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Arnold Myers, Paul Schneider and the Ray Punks Algona, Mr and Mrs George Schneider of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Edwin Kuehnast of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider, Richard Wegner, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer of LuVerne. Don Priar, Buena. Vista College, Storm Lake called Saturday with his parents the" William Priors. Friday evening dinner guests were their daughter Mr and Mrs James Slo»er and Danny of Forest City! ' Weekend guests in the Cecil Baker home were their son Mr and Mrs Don Baker, of Buena Vista Coltfge. Storm Lake and Daughter Karen Baker of Mason City. Also Mr and Mrs Robert Umsted, Dayton, parents of Mrs Cecil Baker. The I.Y.F. group of the Methodist church enjoyed a hayride Thursday evening. It was their guest night and about 25 were in attendance. Haymond Nelson supplied the hay rack and tractor for the evening fun. After the ride they enjoyed a weiner roast at the home of their soonsors Mr and Mrs William Goetsch. Mr and Mrs Henry Langerman of .Fenton were weekend guests in the home of their daughter Mr and Mrs Gerhard Myers and family. Mr and Mrs Ray Buenger ot West Bend were Sunday guests of her brother, the Edwin Hanselman family. Mr and Mrs Keith King of Clarion wore Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Vcrnon Eggleston and girls. Sunday guests in the Earl John home to honor the sixth birthday of their son Garnet were his aunt Mr and Mrs Robert Bravick and family of Hritt and Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson, LiA ? erno. Mrs Jack Genson -and Rusty have gone to Phoenix. Ariz, after she spent the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs Vernon Eg- gloston. Jack went earlier to find employment and a home for his family. "Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson. Sr. were hosts to a dinner in their home Monday evening, honoring Mrs Esther Jensen and her daughter Mr and Mrs Joseph De Mona of Racine, Wise., visiting here over the weekend. The dinner also honored the birthday of their son Robert Nielson and Walter Engel. Other guests were the honored ones, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson, Mr and Mrs Engel, Mr and Mrs Edwin Jackson, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielson, Mr and Mrs Dale Bentncr, Gretchen and Tommy, Mr and Mrs Skip Nielson, Mr and Mrs Dick Nielson and their families, j Jerry Neelands Of Burt Are Honored, 57th Burt — Mr and Mrs Jerry Neeland observed their 57th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 25. A family dinner was held at noon for relatives and friends. Attending were the honored couple, Mr and Mrs A. J. Neeland and Beth, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Albert Witmus,' Alan and Jerry, Algona, Mr and Mrs Tom Meyer, Corwith, Mr and Mrs John Schurr and Elaine, Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Hemy Meyer, Lakota, Mr and Mrs Rudy Tietz and Wayne, Mr and Mrs Bernard Gifford, Mr and Mrs W. F. Larson, Mr and Mrs Theodore Jacobsen all of Burt. Classes Elect • The school year is off to a good start in the local school. All classes have chosen officers to lead them in their year's activities. The seniors hnvo elected yne Gebkcn, president; Jay Hoppus, vice president; Peg Keith, secretary; and Joe McGuire. treasurer. In the junior class, Keith Mitchell, president; George Patterson, V. president: Evelyn Cherland, secretary; and Janet Black, treasurer. The sophomores have elected Richard Presthus. piesident: Ray Lichtcr, vice president; secretary, Lana Cunningham; and Billy Wermers, neasurer. Heading the fM'shman class will be Jane Mitcheti,. president; Gerald Hilton, vice president: Bill Hamilton, secretary; and John Lovstad: treasurer. Serving on the Student Council are Joe McGuire, president, Cheryl Lovstad, vice presidentf Jo Ann Ackerman, treasurer, Gwcnyth Teeter, secretary, Judy Mitchell, Brian Zwiefel, Mary McFarland, Dennis Hierdt, Janet Black, Dennis Meister, David Rasmussen, and Peg Keith. New Manager Irvin Perdue, who has managed the Kossuth County Cheese Factory for the past year and half, tendered his resignation here and accepted a position as manager of a large factory in Wisconsin. The Perdues are moving about Oct. 10. Gary Olson who has been his assistant since he came here, will remain in the BIT: t plant. Suffers Injuries Mrs Don Mitchell received word Sunday of the serious condition of her nephew, Chuck Williams, Welcome, Minn. Young Williams was injured seriously in a football game Friday evening. He is in the Welcome hospital and is still receiving oxygen. He suffered a collapsed lung nno other injuries. Mr and Mrs L. C. Williams Welcome, were j^eekend visitors at the home of their daughter and -family. The Uon Mitchells. The Burt Lions •Members are calling on folks in the area completing the binnday calendar sales. Al Hinckley, wfio is hospitalized at Oakdale, arrived at his home for a few days with his family. He returned to Oakdale Monday. Carilyn Hinckley, a freshman at Morninpside, Sioux City and Larrv Hinckley, Aberdeen, South Dakota and James Hinckley, Corsica, South Dakota also spent the weekend at home. A/1C Leo L. Roy arrived Sun- from Traverse Air Force Base for a 30-day leave with his wife Doris and son Bruce at the home of her mother, Mrs Florence Bagby. Grace McKim, a freshman in home economics at Ames, soeril the weekend with her parents, Don't Accept Unsatisfactory Work! ' - • . .-,....... • . gfr COfiP/INV ' • f LAINTS •- •"'•••';•£*?' • ****>i%i^* '.i*ivT*it irr • ' pWSfSiSWU .> 3 •$*'*•• tw^^^m^m^^A'''^^" * * w,\*.'sis^.(.(i .^SKK. ^,£&Lt~ * t~»jtl\ - :P T - ~J * ^t t* the William Mcrtifru. Mr and Mrs Jim Woltz and family spent. Sunday with his parents, the E. R. Woltzs. Mr and Mrs Mcrwyn. Cunningham were Sunday evening visitors with former Hurt residents, the Martin Zimmermans at Whit- temoro. Hurt friends were sorry to learn of the cr;tical condition of the Zimmerman's 18 year old son, Craig, in the Iowa City hospital. Rev. H. A. Smidt and Roscoe Mawdsley attended the annual fall meeting of the North Central Presbytery in Marshallto wn Tuesday. Mr anfl Mrs W. W. Gillespio, Algona, were honored at a family dinner Sunday. The occasion was in honor of their 47th anniversary. Other guests were their daughters and families, Mr and Mr* John Kissner and Mr and Mrs Ivan Kohlhaas of Burl and Mr and Mrs Ervin Gerber, Algona. Six voting people of the Presbyterian c?4iurch were the recipients of Bibles on Sunday upon their promotion in Sunday School. Receiving their Bibles were Linda Becfe^r, Sandra Ortman, Danny Long 1 , John Patterson, Steven Grubb, and Warren Waltman. Roger Steward, a junior at Upper Iowa, Fayette, spent the weekend at the home of bis parents, Mr and Mrs Walter' Steward. J. D. Andrews, Indionola and Pam Andrews, Des Moines, visited their parents, Mr arid Mrs Dean Andrews over the week,end. i * fioven ycmnR pooplr Bibles from their church during the regular Sunday worship ser-' vices at the Methodist church. Receiving the Bibles upon their promotion from junior Sunday School department io the intermediate department \Verc Jane Barlslou, Jimmy Baer, Douglas Black, oJel Chipman, Dallas Curtis, Bobby Lovstad and Dtane Johnson. Rev. Fred Samek presented the Bibles in behalf of the congregation. Several From Bancroft Are Hospitalized Bancroft — Many folks from here have been or are still patients of hospitals: Mrs Mae Lattimer who underwent major surgery recently; Mrs Frank Froehle, medical patient; Daniel Mulligan, son of Mrs Paul Mulligan, medical patient; Chas Baker, who suffered a stroke early Sunday morning. All are at Holy Family hospital, Esthcrvillc. Laurence Walsh is a patient at the Veterians Hospital in Des Moines where he will undergo surgery this week; Mrs Laurence Bergman is resting comfortable at home after suffering a heart attack Sunday morning at her home. Prnnk Bfiker nrrived hero from Philadelphia to be with his father, n 'patient at Holy Family hospital and to be with his sis- tor, Monica. Alice Menkc and Donnri Bergman went to Des Moines where they took their state board tests Thursday and Friday. Mary Schumaker R. N. at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, returned with them to spend the week end at the Engesser-McGuirc residence. Mrs Mae Dolan and family went to Fort Dodge Friday evening for the weddihR of Mrs Dolan's daughter Mary Kay who. was married Saturday to Thomas Roberts. Wesley Driver Charged After Two-Car Crash A Wesley man, William J. Martinek, 73, was charged with leaving the scene of *n accident and failing to yield one-half the traveled portion of r, highway following a two-car mishap ;it 4:10 p.m. 2\2 miles west of Wesley Wednesday, Sept 21. Autos driven by Martinek and Ray J. Mugge. 58, Mason City, collided. The Ma.-,un City vehicle was headed west and the Martinek machine was headed cast, at the time of the crash. Damage estimated at $200 resulted to the Mugge auto, while $25 damage resulted to the Martinek cnr. Patrolman Dick Pedersen filed the charges after investigating the crash. Ten Pay Fines In J. P. Court Ten men appeared in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court during the past week and paid fines, with the majority a result of traffic violations. V William J. Martinek, Wesley, paid $25, failing to stop nt the scene of an accident, and $15, failing to turn right; Gary Abbas. Hurt. $10, disturbing the peace; William Bingham, Mason City, $15, no control of vehicle: Donald L. Gigler, Wesley, $8. speeding; Jack uelaney, Irvmg- *on. S5, no valid regi.4trat:on, and $5, no operator's license. Gary L. Angle, Algona, $10, speeding; T. E. Naig, Terril, $5, overload on registration; Jon McGinnis, Sand Springs, Okln., $10. improper posing; Bill H. Broome, Clear Lake, $10, failing to yield the right-of-way; and Roger Hendrickson, Bancroft, $10, following too close. Costs were assessed in addition to fines. BIRTHDAY" Fred Wells' of Independence, recently celebrated his 9ffth birthday. Mr Wells was born in 1801, at Chesham, England, married there and came to this country in 1890. The couple had ten children. 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