The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1959
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Titonka Staff .Ready; School Opens Monday , TiAtonk a schools will open Monday Aug. 31. Teachers will be as follows: kindergarten, Veida Brims; first, Mrs Miller Nelson and Mrs Janice Geitland- second, Irene Haugh, Mrs Del' oris Kanseth; third, Mrs Nancv ? lp £ 6; 't 4 ' - Mrs Bew y Gartner, 4, Mrs Marjorie Larson Loga- matt; 5, Mrs Gladys Doocy. • Fifth, and sixth, Mrs Ruth Stephens; 6, Mrs Novella Bud j"tj' u nd j, 8 ^ rs Dords Sathoff and Richard Gipple; math, Witl- jam Ormston; homemaking, Mrs Orpha Beenken; science and boy's athletics, Arthur Crissinger; his- T 01 7' football, girl's athletics, Lyle Opheim, Commercial, Bruce Hill; English and library, Mrs Betty Brandt; ) vocational agriculture and phyfeics, Harley Lehman; band, Phillip Faaborg;* special reading, .Mrs Carrie Torgersen; • principal, ' chemistry Sylvan Thiesse. and .shop, Superintendent and 12th grade social studies, W. P. Truesdell; Veterans instructor, Russell Docksteader. Custodians are Ed- ward ttafms and Donald Dall-1 man. Office Secretary is Mrs fitaine Ricks and secretary of the' board is Harold Gartner. Cooks are Mrs- Louise Stock- wt'll as manager, Mrs Hfelen Krominga, Mrs Ellen Boelkes and Mrs William Giratfd. Bus drivers are Wilbur Sexton, foreman, Will Girard, T. A. Dunmire, Greta Smidt, Thomas Loats, Earl Stott, Richard Iseforand and Robert Lang. Members of the board of education are H. W. Kitzinger, Lester Eden, Walker McDonald, George Seatberg and Harold Gingrich. Mrs Ethel Downs is treasurer. New & C. Officers The Titonka Chamber Of Commerce met and elected Holland Fox president of the organization for the coming year. Al Baade is vice president and treasurer and Lawrence Heyer, secretary. Directors are J. R. Schutjer, Walker McDonald, Charles Becd and Frank Fisher. Wed_ August 13 ^ In a double ring "ceremony in St. Joseph's church at Wesley Gladys Helland of Cylinder and George Doocy of Titonka were wed Aug. 13 at 3 p.m. with Rev. Boeckholz officiaiting. Attendants were Mr and Mrs Arthur Doocy. The bride is a graduate of Cylinder high school and Waldorf College and has taught the past three years in Titonka and will again teach this year. Mr Doocy wtis a graduate of Swca City high school one! is manager of the Farmers Co-Op oil station at Titonka. They are making their home in Titonka. , iMf and Mrs Fred Peters of Ft, Wayne, Ind. and X t1icir family spent the weekend .visiting at the' home of Mrs Peters' twin brothers, Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman and family. Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell and Becky returned Sunday from a trip to northern , Minnesota and Canada. iMr and Mrs Kenneth/ Swan and family moved Monday to their home in Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Richard Gipple and son Kelly have moved to Ti tonka from Columbus Junction. Mr and Mrs Gipple will teach in the Titonka schools. The Titonka W.S.C.S. will hold their monthly' meeting at the Titonka Methodist church Sept. 2, With Mrs Allen Eden giving the devotions, Mrs Lester Eden, tho lesson and hostesses are Mesdames Louis Huber, John Isebrand, Ernest Hansen and W. H Kitzinger. The annual Harvest' Supper will be held at the Titonkr Methodist church Sept. 15. Mr and Mrs J. L., Intel-mill find Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove are enjoying a week's vacation in Cdlorado. Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer am Rudy of Corwith were visitors a the home of Mrs Anna Swytc Sunday. SCHULTZ GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION INVITES YOU TO THE OPENING OF PHILLIPS ST. Special For Friday And Saturday 200 GALS. GAS FREE WITH EACH 1959 BUICK SOLD 100 GALS. GAS FREE WITH EACH 1955 OR NEWER * USED CAR INCLUDING 1958. Phyllis Sarhnu and Violet 'aren spent from Wednesday U-H Sunday at the home of the Jnell astons in Clear Lake visiting Cynthia uhd Paula Ension, Miss Patterson Of Grant Is Shower Honoree Grant — Mildred Patterson o Storm Lnke was honored at a pre-nupt,ial shower recently at the Grant school. She is the daughter of Mrs Leonard Mino, Mildred, her mother, the bridegroom's mother, Mrs Ervin Ott of. Evorly and Mrs Dale Evans, the bride's sister of Dexter. Minn. wore givpn gladioli corsngcs. Mrs Do.lmor Rudolph of Fair mont was in charge of the program as follows: a trio, WalJia Reynolds, Karen Ramse and Diane Mino, sang, accompanied by Mrs Lars Skaar; a reading by Mrs Virgil Tokheim: two read* ings by Mrs Eldon Link: a oiano selection by Mrs Harold Mino a humorous reading by Mrs Delmer Rudolph, Mrs Dale Waterbury was ir charge of tho coffee service anc Mrs Bob Wood poured the punch Following the dessert lunch Mrs Dale Evans and Nancy Pat terson assisted Mildred in open in<g her many gifts. Hostesses were Mesdames Will iam Gios, Ervin Huskamp,' Vern Anderson, Archie Ditsworth, Del mor Anderson, Virgil Tokheim Eldon Link. Ervin Link, Donalc Mino, Merle Johnson, Daisj Engstrom .Harold Mino, Al Ziel ske, Morris Lien, Walter Mino W. L. Reynolds, Otto Kelly, Vernon Hutchison, Roy Valvick, Leslie Mino, Leon McCoy, Glen Mino, Delmcr Rudolph and Harley Work. ' Miss Pattorson was married to Maurice Kramer at the Methodist Church at Swea City, Aug. 23. = St. Joe Girl, 4, Gashes Arm In Door Accident St. Joe —• Diane Bormann, 4 year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Bormann, was a Thursday afternoon and night patient in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge after receiving a gash in her arm and the, loss of blood. Diane ran into the glass in the storm door at her home while playing. Carroll Burfis Rites Tuesday At LuVerne LuVerne — Funeral scrvicoa were hold nt 11 n.m. Aug. 25 for Cnn-oll Burtis. 62. in the e-hapH )f tho niiikr Funornl Hume with *ev. Worlhio V. Usher officiating. The LuVcrno Amcricnn Legion offiriated at tho committal sor- vioes in tho LuVcrno comt-tovy. Carroll Burtis was born May 5. 1897 at LuVorno to tho Into Bailey F. Burtis, and Eliznboth Blnttio Burtis. lie received his education in tho LuVorno school and RI-OW to mnnhood hero, llo Ihon ontorod the nrmed service* of World War 1. Ho never married, was a painter by trade, llo died Aug. 22 in the Veterans hospital at Mnrshnlltown where he Was a pationl tlio past two years j Carroll is survived by a twin brother, Harold of Mnrshnlltown t\vo other brothers, George Bur|is of Webster City anrl Kolso> Burtis, Augusta, Wis. Also two sisters, Gertrude. Mrs Lloyc Coppock. Opportunity, Wash, and Cerilc, Mrs Phil C. Lichty LuVorno, several n laces and 'nephews, llo was preceded in death by his parents urn) a brother, Austin Burlis. Post-Nuptial Shower Mrs Arnold Elbert, Hnrlan, the former Janice Marty was honored with n post-nuptial shower Sunday .in tho rooms of the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church. Guests wore registered by Mrs Jurloan Woltha of Randall. Mrs Dunne Anderson, presented a 'program consisting of a pinno solo- by Sharon Hcinkol. vocal duot. Sharon Smith and Sharon hleinkel;. vocal duet, Mrs Edwin Hunt, Mrs Jerry Krause, accompanied by Mrs Anna Krause and jjames. Mrs Wcllha and Paula Jo and Agnrs Elbert assisted the bride in opening her gifts. Mrs Edward Elbert poured. Hostesses wore Mrs Anderson and daughter, Mrs Earl Dclmer- ing, Mrs Curtis Morgan, Mrs Sylvester Brace assisting Mrs Weltha, Mrs Edwin Marly, Mrs Henry Kubly. skiers, finrn nnrl T..uf11a Blum or mid ro turned Sunday to hor hmno at Duhith. Minn. Mr awl Mrs G. M. Will loft, Wednesday for Srnttlo, Wash,, to visit hor sisUT, Mrs .loo Gnllnjihor and family. 'Mrs Wayno Dnrrvbrrgrr anrl laughter. Mrs Mnx Boyor of Sioux Falls, S. D. ramo Monday md nt tender! the funeral services for thoir unolo Carroll Burlis. Mr and Mrs Chuck RknKerhoe and baby havo moved to ntako oir homo in Rembrandt wlu-ro ho will ront-h at tho school there. Thursday ovornitcht guests in tho homo of Mr and Mrs Allen Blake and family woro hor brother, Mr and Mrs John Lannbohn of Gladbrook. Mr and Mrs Boy Kickers ol Wostsido. thoir son, Mr and Mrs Mori in T?iekers, Shoryl a n rl Mark orf Arciulin visited Sundav in tho II. J. Hin?. h'tmo. Mr and Mrs Irvin Mi'ior nm 1 family of Holjnond visited Run day with his mot.hor and brother Mrs Matio Moior and Hoy. Patti 1'altorson and Robert r Murray of Dos Mm lies won weekend visitors with Palli's par onls. Mr and Mrs Milo 1'attorsot and family and Roberta's p.raiu mother. Mrs Clara Wolf. .lorry Pattorson and Rieha Krauso li.lvo now completed fiv months! (minim; with Hie Nation nl Guards at Chanuto Air Fore Thursday, Aug. 27, 1959 Algeria (lo.) Upper DM MoJ»W»~3 Base. Born in tho Lutheran hospital n Mr nnd Mrs Bernard Miller of ^ort Dodge a fivo pound daugh- or, Sholloy Mario, Monday, Aug. 17. They have a son Bruce. Mrr, Miller. 1 tho former Dolores Hina the dautjhtor of Mr and Mrs II. J. Hin/ <>f LuVorno. Earl Swifter, sisters, Violet tnd Luelli'i Swiger, accompanied by the llernian Bloich family of Hardv attenderl the Hobo Day at Britt, Am; 1!( and railed on Mr and Mr«. Bob Randall, former icliboi s. Friday tho SwiRo called in tho 'IfiiRh Edwards home at llumholdt. Sunday visi- tofH were Mrs Tholrmi Zwiefol and Vieki of Clarion and tho Herman Bleiehn of Hardy. Mon- dav morning i alters wero Ml F.'-.tlier /vviefel Frorir'h & grnncl- d.-nichtei- Linda of Conei)rd, Cal., and her'.htor. Mrs Leonard P.n haumer nf Corwilh. Sunday quests in tlio Mr ;\n<\ Mr 1 ; Donald Krnrso home wero Mi >; Katherino Wncner of West Bend; Mr and Mrs Billy Barton fannlv of Fort Dndgo; Mr and. Mrs Ervln Bafton and Mr and Mrs Earl Barton and -gift* Mr and Mrs Lavefne Jeffers flft Gary Not-cross of LuVetne. Mrs Donald Cameron attd sort Dale of Goldficld visited Friday afternoon in the home ol hef nieco. Mrs Billy Hardcopf and family. Mr and Mrs Elden Guess and Go-Id ie Gay went Saturday to Cloar Lake to celebrate the sixth birthday ot their granddaughter, Day Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Knight. Mr and Mrs Harding Hansen and children visited the past wf.'Ok with his sisters, the Edwardi Woidman and Clarence Bathka families at Norfolk,' Neb., and hfs brother, the Clifford Hansert family at Sioux City. LEG Joan Pnulsen of Stnnwood recently sufforod a badly cut leg when a bottlo was thrown by a rotary lawn mower. The mower struck a pop bottle, breaking it and throwing it against tho girl's FREE State Representative Scott Swisher called Saturday evening in the William Bigings home en- route from Lake Okoboji to his home in Iowa City. Mrs Barbara Cachrane con eluded her extended visit hero With her brothers, Edward Blu mer at Algona, Peter and Free By Clair Blossom SPACE EXPLOBATION Although Iho compelling reasons for increased interest in tho rapid dev- elopm e n 1 o f spnco technology have been military, two other imp o r t ant factors must also be included. One is human cur;,;'/! iosity t o ~ x '" e x p 1 o r e and discover. This has led men to reach the far corners of the earth and ioday they turn to outer space lo satisfy their intellectual curiosity. The second factor is that of pure research: pushing frontiers of science further and fur Iher out. Now let's get down lo earth anc decide on a sensible insurance program, feel free lo call -on us for assistance in this Held. Bios spm Insurance Agency, 109 No Dodge Street, Algona. Phon CYpress 4-2735. ANNOUNCING A DIVIDEND Amounting to $ 7,300 To Stockholders of the ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Farmers who hove FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS share in the earnings of the association. They also find that: Payments are low, They can pay in advance without penalty, They deal with a local association. For a Federal Land Bank Loan on your land, See Us at Land Bank Office, south of Penneys in Algona. (Preferably Mondays and Wednesdays). EUGENE H. HUTCHING Secretary-Treasurer FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FREE WITH 8 CAL. OR MORE OF GASOLINE 1 LB. ARMOUR HIC KORY SMOKED SLICED BACON IN TRAY PACKAGE Visit Our New Station. FAST, QUICK DEPENDABLE SERVICE ON GAS OIL TIRES Accessories Be Sure to Register Here FOR THE FREE DRAWING PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AT THE PHILLIPS ST. DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT. 1st S25, 2nd $10, and 3rd $5. (Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire Florence and Richard attendee the Rodeo at Sidney on Saturday. (Rev. Frank Illg and Pearl Namers from Ogden accompaned by Mr and Mrs John Tebbie and Joe Homely all from Springbrook, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Frank Droessler and Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet of Bancroft were Sunday afternoon visitors here with relatives. Mr and Mrs George Scuf'fham of Algona and the latter's brother and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Lyons and family of Artesia, Calif. we«e Sunday afternoon visitors here in the George Wagner home. Mr and Mrs'Emory Preston and sons from Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Edward Thilges and daughters from here were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs Rose Stattleman. The . latter is Mrs Preston's grandmother. Mr and Mrs George Wagner and Shirley and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Thomas were Sunday evening visitors in the home of v Mr and Mrs Jim Doaks near Vincent and enjoyed a steak fry. Relatives and friends of Madonna Marlow of Humbpldt daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow of Bancroft will attend a pre-nuptial shower in her honoi on Sundav, Aug. 30 in St. John' Hall in Bancroft. Miss Marlow will be the bride on Bernard Kramer of Algona, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Kramer of Riceville in September. STOP AT THE "SUPERIOR SERVICE" DURING of the new SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET SATURDAY SCHULTZ COMPLETE GARAGE SERVICE BUICK SALES AND SERVICE CUT RATE 4iAS, OIL, TIRES, ACCESSORIES, CIGARETS, CIGARS AND POP Wesley Girl Is Now A Nurse Wesley — Mary Cruise left Aug. 23 for Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she is employed. She was graduated Aug. 8 from the St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing. At the breakfast in Hotel Hanford Wedgewood Room, Mary president of the class, welcomed the guests, OVTrs Veva Lease returned Aug. 15 from a 6700 mile trip through western states and parts of southern Canada with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Burrell Lease of New York City. Clarence Ward had major surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Aug. 11. Mrs Viola Studer returned Friday from University hospitals, Iowa City, . where she had a check-up. A baby girl, Jennifer Lynn was born Aug. 12 to Mr and Mrs Ed L. Johnson at the Bintt hospital. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert and Mrs Helen Johnson are the grandparents. Mrs Tom Forburger Jr., nee Julia Raney came Aug. 10 for several week's visit at her parental, Dr. H. H. Raney home. 1 REGISTRATION FOR 7 VALUABLE PRIZES! - SUNBEAM ELECTRIC WAFFLE BAKER GRILL 6 - EMPREX ELECTRIC FRYING PANS SALT and PEPPER SHAKER SET With the Purchase of 6 or more Gallons Superior Gas You gel all this PLUS our VALUABLE SUPERIOR CASH VALUE STAMPS! BE SURE TO DRIVE IN ... No purchase necessary to register for the 7 big prizes, and you need not be present to win. HOWEVER, YOU MUST REGISTER ANYTIME FRIDAY OR SATURDAY TO BE ELIGIBLE, su • 700 SOUTH PHIUIPS ST. - ON THE MEW WANE HHHIWn 1M • lllliHIIIllUllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllU

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