The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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(to.) D« Melne* Thursday, Oef. 8, 19S9 IPs •<i j II' .5 P. 1 l <\i * !tt,' wr ' ' m.. •: t ••V.? IM t R-J wg.v Sep/, 20 At Ringsted Janet Geilenfeld, daughter of Mrs Lester Hasbrobk,'Estherville, and James Berninghaus, son of Mr and- Mrs Louis Berninghatis, Lone Rock, were married Sept. 20 in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. Rev. Harlan Blockhus officiated at the double "ring ceremony. After a short wedding trip to Wisconsin, the couple now- lives at Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving). Homecoming At Swea City Is Friday Night Swea City — The 12th annual Homecoming of the Swea City school will open Friday afternoon with the parade at 2:45. Prizes will be awarded to the best decorated bicycles and a pep meeting will be held. The highlight of the event will be a football game with Sentral; game time 7:30. The Queen and King will be crowned. Both the Sentral and Swea City high school bands , will play during the halftime. Following the game lunch will be served for alumni, teachers and former teachers, football players, cheerleaders and seniors. There will be dancing in the gyim for the alumni and high school students. Teachers Named The church school teachers of Immanuel Lutheran . church-of Swea City were installed Sept. 27. sThc following will be teachers and substitutes', for the coming year: Teachers are Mrs.Elmer:Swan- son, Nancy Pehrsorv -K a'r~e-n Johansori, Patricia Roalson;., Gunnard Larson, Mrs. Cecil Thbreson, Mrs Morris Drew,-Mrs Morris Johnson, Mrs Ed Peterson, 7 Mrs Monford Peterson*'. Mrs Emery Charlson and Mrs Marcus Langerman. Mrs Earl Kvamsdale, Mrs Arlo Krum'Weide, :Mrs Carl Anderson, Mrs Harvey L, Lai-sen, Mrs Leonard Ap'pelquist, Mrs Walter Schmicking, Mrs Lester Nelson, Mrs Harvey C. Larson, Mrs Walter O'Grecn, Arnold Duor, Arthur W. "Larson, Mrs Person and Mrs Adolph Mogensen. •;,/"" Lloyd ThoresQTi' will coi^tinuq as * "superintendent as will Mrs Albert Swanson as asst. supt., and Janet Walker will be secretary until Jan. 1. Swea City high school students began their annual mag'azine' sales Oct. 2. The official board of t.he...Swea City Methodist church-'.met Sept. 28, Mrs Wm. Shoenhaif of Bancroft, Mrs Harold Jones and Mrs Mancil Hutltftirt served, The Swea City Buddy PopfSy" Day netted $101.80, according to Mr? Morris Johnson, chairman. Grant News Eight week old Kurt Allen, son of Mr and Mrs James Johnson, has arrived home from the Blue Earth hospital where he has been since birth. Mr and Mrs Dick Waterbury Were recent dinner guests of his. parents, the C. O. Waterburys. Dic-k and Mrs Waterbury wi'll be moving from Swea City soon, an he has been accepted for duty as a patrolman at Cherokee. Other guests at dinhor his sister, Karen and Mrs Nellie Waterbury of Armstrong and Ernest Griffin of Spirit Lake. * ' The WSCS met at the Otto Kelly home last week. Mrs Vermin Hutfchisbn led devotions and Mrs-Farmer, Mrs Harley Work and Mrs James Hacker reported on the Seminar at Titonka. Last week, a group of men of the Grant church congregation wore making repairs and generally getting the church ready for the winter months. Workers were chairman William Gies, Vernon Hutchison, James Hacker, Martin Tokheim, Wnrren Broncs, Lars Skaar and Virgil Tokheim. Mrs Leonard Mino entertained recently at a birthday dinner in honor of the Mino's grandson, Kendel and her husband. Neighbors of the Harold Minos came in full force last w'eek and plowed 45 acres. Helping were Irvin Huskamp, Orville Ramse, Warren Thompson, Bill Wyler, Arnold McFarland, Bill Tokheim, David Dontje and Morris Quam. Harold was severely injured in a car-tractor mishap a few .weeks ago. Mrs Eldon Link was a patient in the Estherville 'hospital several days last week. Maynard , Krosch underwent an emergency appendectomy recently at the Blue Earth Hospital. Give Results Of September Tests In Dairy Herds Twenty-six herds with* 406 cows in milk were tested on regular D.H.I.A.\ and 34 herds with 440 cows in milk were tested on ' owner-sampler plan* during September,- according to Forrest G. Holbauer, D.'H.I.A. supervisor. Cows* completing lactations of over 400 Ibs. of butterfat were in the-herds of C. H. Wilhelmi, Freyholtz' & Meyer, H. Bierstedt, A. Boettcher, H. Bartelt, D. Hofbauer, L. Menke, H. Soderberg, Sidney Payne, Glen Rasmussen Farm, E. Wichtendahl, Dale Long, Fitzgerald & Son and Milton Madison. 'Herds averaging over 35 Ibs. of butterf at were 'those of Ralph Walker, Jr., Leander Menke, John Ruger, Ed Tigges and Les- p ter Gray. William Welch, Algona, son of Mr and Mrs' Michael-Welch, attended St. Cecelia's' before entering the army in January of this year, He tpok his basic training i at Fort Hood,- Texas.* He is 'assigned to the 48 Medical Battalion of the 2nd 'Armoured Division at Fort Hood. (UDM Engraving) ' OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher, , Mr and Mrs Afthttf spent the weekend ndth Bef ents, Mr and Mrs Pattl ;% at Indianola. «>SY"" ; Mr and Mrs Albert BgtftHtt Saturday morning for Stiffeucfci Minn, to attend the furietat that afternoon of a long-time friend, Mrs Landaas,. Mr and Mrs Donald StrUtherij of Rochester, Mich, sjxint from Thursday until Saturday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Watsoft Struthers. • Sgt. and Mrs Charles fronatti and daughter of El Tdro Marine Base near Santa Ana, Cal. Visited" at the Charles Ellingsoft home from Sunday until Wednesday. Mrs Elmer Larson, Brian and Joel oT Genoa, Colo, came Saturday to spend the weekend with Mrs W. E. Hundertmark. Mr and Mrs Fred Kaanpen visited at the Hans Hempen home at Laurens Monday and Tuesday they spent the day with Mr and Mrs Henry Kampen .at Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Dean -Andrews of Burl and Mr and. Mrs Henry Mertz of Wesley were Sunday guests at the Clem Ludwig home. Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family were Sunday visitors at the Bjarne Oppedahl home at Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Nick DeFransico of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson* Thursday evening visitors at the Richard Kinseth home for Byron's fourth birthday wer'e aftd , KJnseth aM Mf aftii , •»»«• 811 vL »•••*«». +~*-^\f -4b> faWily %erejld««ly „„ the If aft* StshrMer? hoftie Clear Lake ' jMr ahd kts' gd rtfemna and „„., family were Sunday vfcitdrs aVers hotne of hef, brdthe^ M* Mr* Matt MerScti at fiagle Of oVe. Mrs Elmer Larson and sons of , Colorado, Mfs W, fe* Hunder* , mark and HoTfctrd. Ste,ui«ers twefe,Sunday.guests lit' the 1 -Alii bert ThotsenS. t Howard tteliickstift,;-Mfs Telford and Naomi Slfuth- attended a 441 leadiri at the douhtry ,Clt|b at ^ T Y P I N 6 f , f j^l^^H^^ ^^_ ^^^^^^~ ^^.^^^^ ^^^^^_^ • P.APER Full Ream - 500 Sheets WE STERN BOND- 16 Lb. Hutnibbtdi Moftday, hi-neigh bar 8 Clalf Bfdssom AUhdligh his hame is held in high ftsfc Cdtarrifeus died H$tf6fant of* Upper Des Moines Pub. Co* * "* * j " ALOONA iahce of his erids. His firif expedition t o the New .Wofld ift 1492 marked the beginning of a new era. A map maker by Irade, he a n g ed thfe history of his time. Only by great personal sacrifice was this made possible. On October 12th we pay homage to a great man in history,'Christopher Columbus. , . ; It is very important!fir you to discover the necessity of adequate insurance protection. We will be happy to assist you whenever necessary. Blossom insurance Agency, 10$ No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4 2735. The benefit 'card party held Tuesday evening at the Commer-. cial club netted about $40. Mr and Mrs Donald Jones and Brent o£ Des Moines visited Saturday at the Morgan Hagen home. , ' < % The Lutheran W.M.F. realized about $150'. at their chicken sup^ per Saturday evening. , • t'f 'Mrs Roy Jacobson, postmistress, is taking • a ten day vacation beginning Monday. Mfs'^H. ,-id,' Benson is acting * postmistress" during that time. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Oliver ^Kinseth 1 attended the Rural Letter" Carriers Association of Humibqldt county Monday evening at Liver-, more. • Mr .and Mrs Maurice Mc& Gee were hosts. , 1 After five weeks in a traction cast little Gindy Ludwig is free of it since Thursday. She,-.broke the bone below the hip in a fall. Now she will learn to walk again. She is the> daughter of the Joe Ludwigs. Mrs Lillian Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann and Roger" attended the wedding and reception of Karen Benjamin to Donald Claude at the Trinity Luth,- eran church near Rutland Sunday. MORE BARGAINS From Our Circulars The Impala 2-Door Sport Coupe SEE IT NOW AND SEE ALL THESE IN THE tnewt my Ming luggm compartment New convenience has been built into Chevy's big, vacation-sized luggage compartment by lowering the loading height. .NEW spaciousness inside IneJde yptt'Jl find room and more room. There's room to sprawl in, rpom to sit tall in—and the rooftine has a respect for bats, A new flatter transmission tunnel is a boon to the middle man. Here is the kind of space that invites the family, 1960 Chevy! THRIFTIER // !new!!! V8 PO^VER Under the hood thrift is accented in a new standard V8, engineered to deliver up to lQ<fi, more miles for every gallon while giving you more zest at normal speeds, Or you might choose its teammate—Chevy's Hi-Thrift 6 —the engine that starts saving the moment you flip the ignition switch, NEW QUIET AND COMFORT Thicker, newly designed body mounts insulate you from road shock and noise, insuring an almost cocoon- like quiet. Full Coil spring suspension melts bumps as no other suspension system can. Oil hushed hydraulic valve lifters reduce engine noise to a whisper. !NEW! refinements for tne driver Everybody will want to be the driver when he sees the kind of pleasure a turn at the wheel brings. The driver finds Chevy has further cushioned him from engine impulses by an improved clutch linkage system. He'll also find a convenient new parking brake that automatically returns to normal height after application^ NEAREST TO PERFECTION A LOW-PRICED CAR EVER CAME! 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