The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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;r ti-t tiL •i' l<3 M d h: 31 fcl fl. iff ; H y- - sV • "f • ' • *•* > • K>v V '] i%4< jfcr t' sw .*'*•,'si* Algona halfback Jerry Cowan, who zipped around and scooted through Clarion's line -for a total of 08 yards September 25 as the Bulldogs dropped a 27-7 decision to the Cowboys, is shown at right in the above photo as he set Bail around Clarion's right end for 22 yards early in the first quarter of the game. Other Bulldogs in the photo are Gary Peer (63), quarterback, and Jerry Oslruni (30). fullback, while Cowboys identified (while jerseys) left to right, are Ron Moshcr (44), Jim Anderson (48) and John Phillips (39). The Clarion defender shown to the left of Cowan, flying without a trapeze, was not identified. (Dusty Isaacson PhotO-UDM Engraving). 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Oct. 8, 1959 Charlotte Wise Wed Sunday At Wesley Wesley — Charlotte Ann Wise, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Wise, became the bride of Gary K. Larson . in the Methodist church Sunday, Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. .Rev. Robert Jones officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's attendants were her sisters. Gloria and Ruth Wise and Judy Larspn. Connie Molitor and Cheryl Shoeman were flower girls. The bridegroom's attendants were Dennis Larson, Jerry Nelson, Roger Martin, Raymond Furst and James Frederick. The latter two were junior groomsmen. ' •;'A reception for 200 friends and relatives was held in the church parlors following the wedding service. .. .. The young couple will live near Crystal Lake until March 1. She will work in the Forest City hospital." She recently graduated* from Broadlawns hos pital, Des Moines, Lakofa School Federal Aid Lakota — Supt. J, W, Cook announces that the local school is requesting federal aid for science equipment totaling $?,671. If the request, is 'granted, the Federal government vtfll pay half the amount. This equipment twould include l«boraidry tables, .microscopes, alcohol. bu!i*h,ers, aquarium and other things. Church Rally bay Sunday, Sept. 27, was Sally Day at the PreSpyterian chUtch. Rev. Kruse Was in charge with Mrs Burdette .> Hoeppner, senior Sunday school Supt. giving out •the announcements in the adult and Mr* 6. A. (tat* kehechV jtimior stipt. g4vM| out j.h&.f>fomotiph^ardft to thrjufliof cfofgei. - " ->, . *••' -"vi-j'i 1 - < Aftettdanee jreedfd: j&iris were Carded to kaihy aftd Paul Knis6 f .Toyte,-• Mike atui LteSft Bferl^ Jhtiifty Ber&hftian, Linda, Charles and , fitftily ,H<Sej>ptter. Marilyn ftif>pettti-o& ftichafd &n4 Donna: Paulson, Shirley Sniith and Dale Happen. ' v ( Mr and Mrs C, C.•_. tended the funeral of- ,,„ Mrs Lew Kllngert-befg, .at rnore, Minn, Tuesday 1 ,- •; «•Mr, and Mrs Hay Becker ,._. pleasantly surprised Mohda' evening-fn npnofVpf their, I7t wedding. 'anh-iversafy. ^ ''Pre^&ftt •^fire the Allen Vaske brfitntbr^ Minn.; the Al Duddings.ithe, Doh*. aid Kollaschs 'arid the Irvih Weavers of Buffalo Center, the Robert and Paul Kollaschs : ;and the Louis Prices of Lakota 1 * The gaests 'brought a nice lunch and 500. was played. '~ , • , . Mrs 'Signe Nelson .' received word of the marriage of Her tftffilet of Son* ouia, Calif, to Patr!«4a Holmes of the §ame jilaee, A Mrs Rdbert Ste^te and Misr Atta JohftSbft actfomt«nled Mr ana MfXtaftce RMbhoft of Burt whele th%y'atteAd&d'the ftisncral Of their, five nitfnth old gr^at- fliec'e, .Sara' Woods, daughter o> Mr aftd^Mrs Dthi woods. , 'fhe JUajtottt Acortt Glut erttere talned the' local school 'faculty at a tea THtirsdaf/afternoon'at the PresbyterjAn church. ^ ' • Mt'^'Arnoli! Seeker underwent ertief^eflcVjfeuisgery at the Buffalo Center" fiosjpifcal on Thursday. She is doing>leely,. v 4 • , Neil .gftvith," eleven year old stirt of/Mf aHd Mts Roland Swiith, J#.,' un'derw r en^ 'an appendectomy Friday:in;the .hospital at Buffalo Cefcter', ;< " " •" ',, ' • , - ^ Mrs willlam > fMfeyers entered, the hospital 1ft Blue Earth Monday morning. Lakotk's - three most recent in.dufctees: in the Marine '-Corps, Terry Spear,- Dale Junkermeier and Michael Ellsworth, haVe tMfc 8M Can* ing at 'Marine, baste at Diego p* arrivM ta ay Satirdav tot* Waterloo ' wh'tfe speftd^v^al and family, Sachs, . A pet cat Iselonling to Sextons of Albia was found te : cently in a furnace piipe.wnere it had been traced, for several days. The cat had fallen through a hole in the pipe artS because of the slope of the pipe, 'wag Uhabla to get out. • ;A reunion after & 6§ year separation was enjoyed .recently by Mrs J. J W. Gruber- 6f -, Laka City and her cousin, Mrs, Jbse- phine Mote of Evariston, 111, 'Mrs Grtrben who is,76.ahd 'Mrs Mote, 80, grow Up together oft 'farms five miles apart in Indiana; . ... ... • j _ . '... - i-g-i. - -- " Scouts Get Badges ••A Scout pack meeting was held in -the Legion hall Sept, 28 for three groups of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Brownies. Profits from the sale of popcorn at summer ball games was divided among the 5 groups and each received $29.45. Mark Goetz and Ronnie Johnson received Webelo badges and are now eligible for scouting. Pack charter was presented by Dr. Pfeffer, district chairman to John Meuhe of the American Legion. He in turn presented t to Don Kraus scoutmaster. The charter bore a 100% registration. Lunch was served by Mrs Frank Bleich, Mrs Ivan Johnson . and Mrs Larry Youngwirth. 'Mrs Clara Haverly reports a new great-granddaughter,-' born to Mr and Mrs Jerry Gray of Ankeny Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ed Gink of Wo'dcn are the grandparents. George Gray of Corwith is the paternal 1 'grandfather. : : Mrs Clara Haverly, Audra"arid Paul were Sunday guests of the Ed Cinks at Woden. Ma'rlys Goetz, daughter of Mr ] and Mrs Joe Goetz, is employed in Des Moines. , .:,,'.... Rosary devotions will be held in-St. Joseph's Catholic ' 'church each Sunday afternoon at 2:30 during October. . 'Mr and Mrs N. J. Meurer oE Plover were Sunday guests. i,n..the J. T, Meurer home. Ground work began lasfWeek for a new home for Mr and' Mrs Bernard Schrauth. A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Don Eden Oct. 1. Mrs Eden is the former Mary Foxen and the young couple also, have a daughter, Donna, Mr and Mrs Fred Eden are the paternal grandparents. The infant has...been named Danny.. .Mother and,baby were brought "homef. Monday, Maurice DeBoer, Marshalltown, formerly of Wesley, visited his sisters, Mrs Forrest Eckels and Mrs Ralph Tjaden and..-.lheir families and other relatives and friends here several days last week. Banns of marriage were published for the first time "in'St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for Joan Hilbert. oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Norhert-HJ-l- bert and Will Duffy, son of\.,Mr and Mrs William Duffy of Algona. The wedding will be...Qet. 24 at St. Joseph's Catholic church here. The Herman Lyons family of St. Paul were weekend guests in the parental, Ed Hildman home. Mr and Mrs Bob Kain ofi Algona wore Sunday guests. Senfral Loses 38-13 In First Football Game Sentral's Daryle Preston supplied the biggest thrill of the night, an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown," but Armstrong had too much power and came through with a 38-13 victory at Armstrong Monday night. The contest, first in .history for a Sentral team, was postponed'from Friday night due ,to '.wet grounds and rain. - ; .• , Sentral,/ which plays all of its four games away .from home this year, will travel'to Swea ,City for a meeting" with the Trojans Friday (tomorrow) night. Swea City .dropped* a 7-6 decision^to Thompson' Friday' night and" is 1-3 for the season. Terry Holm notched three lo.uchdowns for Armstrong-. Ha counted on runs of 35, 20 & eight yards. Chris Fetter,s scored two six-pointers on one-yard plunges and Gary Schumacher got the other Armstrong score on a one yard smash.; " Preston also scored Sentral's other TD as-he rambled for 24 yards. : •'-;••• Coach Ken Walter's crew displayed plenty of willingness and hustle in the Sentral attempt at stopping the -;favored,. Armstrong club. Aa'msftroji'it,' H' now unbeaten thrp^|fitKits^*jfllf^.games, including a perfect' season last •fall. : Boys 4-H To Elect •The boys annual-county officer election will be held Saturday, Oct. 17, at the' County 'Extension Office, starting at 1:30 p.m.. The program will be in charge of tha 1959 county officers.— Philip Fisher, Jr., president; Kevin Thoi'spn, vice-president; B idly Wisku's, secretary-treasurer ;a n d Howard Thilges, reporter... METAL "NO HUNTING"'SIGNS ' available at Upper Des Moines Des Moines Pub. Co. ' ' EXECUTOR'S SALE OF Real Estate at Public Auction . . the undersigned executor of the LILLIE M. YOUNG ESTATE will sell a and a 2 FAMILY RESIDENCE 1 FAMILY RESIDENCE " ' ) I 1 C"V !?' both located in Algona, Iowa, at public sale to the highest bidders, subject to the approval of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. The Sale Will Be Held In The COURT ROOM At The COURT HOUSE in ALGONA, IOWA -FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1959/ 2 P. M. DESCRIPTIONS The South 82 ft, of Lots7 and 8, Block/I, Original Plat, Algona, Iowa. This is a fine two-family home (duplex) located on corner of Jones & Kennedy Streets, includes a double garage, all located on an extra large lot. Each unit has separate utilities, Good rental income property. The South 44 feet of Lots ] and 2, Block 6, Original Plat, Algona Iowa. A fine rjiodfrn pne^family residence with garage. Ideally located at 213 North Thorihgton Street, just north of the La ing Hotel corner. ', " " 'All oHhese units are rented and the existing leases will be assigned to the purchasers with all rents fj-om November 1, 195? 4 V/.'li 1 .' Conveyances will be by Executor's Deeds and abstracts will be furnished showing morketcible tHIe. •WMMWI wi | l?rslven Nov. 1,1959, sybject to existing leases. The 1959 taxes, payable In I960, rjlj'fes ^5«* byjlxecytpr,.Other terms will be anripunced at tlmt ef sale, ' p 1 1 *4 *i J ' • ' " - ' '».. M ,-"• r • ' \^\ v- . i;»A>-^ ^•^" LilHe M. Young Estate t, r • \ ' \ ,' ' > ' f *.«,'"' '? , ' t /. ' '> By H. W« Milleri ixesyter ' ( - ' ' ' f " " .'.*', A Cordial Invitation Is Extended to All to Attend the — ' . • *'',*'* '»..," of Algeria's NEWEST and LARGEST Bowling Lanes In the New Modern Building on North Main Street F-R-E-E REGISTRATION U, FIRST PRIZE s •: • Bowling Ball SECOND PRIZE ; 1 • Bowling Bag THIRD PRIZE ; • Bowling Shoes FOURTH PRIZE 1 0 10 Free Games/ FIFTH PRIZE J • 5 Free Games 6th thru 10th PRIZES *' 0 3 Free Games Nothing To Buy to Register jr^r^r v TT' I9 «a! 1:00 P.M. 'TILL MIDNIGHT Continuously WIAAMMWIMIAAfMIIMWWWMIWIMWWIAIWWIIUIII^^ W LAN WITH THE LATEST EQUIPMENT! INCLUDING UNDERLANE BALL RETURNS AUTOMATIC PINSPOTTERS • Pictured "above is the^hew modern SNACK BAR to add comfort ^nd convenience to your visit to ALGONA LANES. Non-bowlers also are welcome to stop in and* enjoy .a hot dog and a cup of coffee, etc. You'll enjoy the pleasant atmosphere et ALGONA LANES, whether, it's for bowling or a snack, ALGONA LANES IS OPEN CONTINOUSLY DAILY r;ROM 1;00 p.m. 'TILL MIDNIGHT! * FREE BOWLING LESSONS EVERY AFTERNOON — MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS * SPECIAL STUDENT RATES FROM 3;3Q TO 6 P,M V — MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS * Open Bowling Every Afternoon -Also Fr^ay. & Sunday Nites— * PLENlr OF FREE PARKING **WWWWWWWWWWVWWMWW MEET THE OWNERS RIEDEU DAII.EY

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