The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 5
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6-Algona (la.) Upper D« MetftM thwnday, Oct. 12, 1967 GHS Student Gets Letter From NMSQT RON GILBRIDE A letter of commendation honoring Ron Gilbride for his high performance on the 1967 National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) has been received by Garrigan High School Superintendent, Fr. C. H. Friedmann. Ronald, son of Mrs. Patricia Gilbride, is president of the senior class, student council and the local chapter of Alpha Mu Theta, a national mathematics organization. He Is among 40,000 students in the United States who scored in the upper two percent of those who will graduate from high school in 1968. The commended students rank just below 14,000 semifinalists announced in September by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). The commended students' names are reported to other scholarship granting agencies and to the colleges they named as their first and second choices at the time they took the NMSQT. NMSC encourages these students lo make every effort to continue their education. Credit Union Day Observed For nearly 120 years, credit unions have fought against poverty, economic ignorance and loan sharks all over the world. Thursday, Oct. 19, has been set aside by 30 million credit union members around the world to commemorate the formulation of the credit union idea in Flammersfeld, Bavaria, in 1849. The day will also commemorate the establishment of the first credit union in Algona in 1964 by Weidenhoff Corp. employees. Through CUNA membership, credit union members in Algona have contributed directly or indirectly to the World Extension Program of CUNA International. CUNA International Foundation provides the means to channel this money for World Extension programs. This money has gone toward technical and financial assistance for credit union Dora Faulstick Funeral Set At Whittemore Mrs. Dora Faulstick, 71, longtime resident of the Whittemore- Lotts Creek areas, died Tuesday morning in Lutheran Hospital, Ft. Dodge, where she had been a patient since Oct. 2. Funeral services for her will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore, with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. Burial will follow at the church cemetery and McCullough's Funeral Chapel, Algona, is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be Lynn and Randall Theesfield, Roger Faulstick, Daniel Gilmore, Larry and Jerry Gade. Dora Ann Gade, daughter of August and Marie VossGade, was born at Whittemore May 30,1896 born at Whittemore May 30,1896. She married Hugo J. Faulstick at Whittemore Feb. 11, 1920 and they farmed in the Lotts Creek vicinity prior to retirement when they moved to Whittemore in 1952. He preceded her in death May 24, 1955. She lived with a daughter, Mildred, at Whittemore until June this year when she entered the Good Samaritan Home here. She was a member of the Ladies Aid of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore. Children surviving include Victor, West Bend; Mildred (Mrs. Forrest Gilmore) and William, Whittemore; Lorna (Mrs. Duane Wallukait), Ft. Dodge; and Marie (Mrs. Richard Theesfield), Storm Lake. She is also survived by 18 grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: Hugo, Algona; Edwin, Whittemore; Warner, West Bend; Herman, Fenton; Erna (Mrs. Emil Bierstedt), Fenton; a half-brother, William Bell, West Bend; and a half-sister, Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, Whittemore. Three Mishaps Much Damage An 18-year-old Wesleyan, Jim Youngwirth, sustained a cut lip that required several stitches when tne auto he was driving slammed into a farm driveway two miles west of Sexton on highway 18 at 1 a.m. Saturday. An auto driven by Charlene L. Leonard, 20, Emmetsburg, sustained an estimated $650 damage and she was charged with failing to have control following a one- car crash north of Algona on highway 18 at 3:10a.m.Tuesday. The tenicle, which was headed west, hit a bridge when the driver reportedly fell asleep at the wheel. City police investigated. Dad's Night Is Big Success At Sentral LONE ROCK- Fathers ofboys who are on the football squad were guests Friday at Dad's Night at Sentral school. As the boys entered the field and were introduced, each father met and stood with his son. Coach Bert Hansen was met and joined by his dad from Pocahontas. After a victory by Sentral over Armstrong, 28-0, parents of the boys were invited for coffee and cookies in the assembly room, made and served by the eighth grade girls. - o - SISTERS TOGETHER Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Mrs. Grace Davis and Mrs. George Crow were guests of their sister, Mrs. Lillian Drown at Curlew. All these ladies are sisters and this was the first time in fourteen years that they had all been together. - o - A bridge was involved in a third mishap during the weekend. A truck driven by Craig J. Jensen, 21, Algona, dropped through a country bridge along a gravel road 6 1/2 miles east of Irvington, totally smashing the vehicle. $2,000 Worth TV Tools Theft of an estimated $2,000 worth of tools, TV parts, etc. was reported to the sheriffs office here this week. The equipment was stolen from a station wagon owned by Harold Schumacher, owner and operator of Schumacher's TV and Appliance, Whittemore. The vehicle was parked in a garage near his place of business when the theft occurred sometime during the night of Oct. 5. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood was called to the scene as soon as the theft was discovered and lie is still working on the case. Stolen from the vehicle were three tool chests, 420 assorted tubes, tools, spools of wire, three soldering irons and miscellaneous other equipment. DAUGHTER WEDS Gloria Householder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Householder, was married to Alvin Sparks, Aug. 18 at Omaha where the couple are making their home. - o Guests Sunday at the Wayne Bellinger's home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kressin and boys of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger spent Sunday at the Melvin Meyers at Swea City. Michael Lee, who attends Bethel College at St. Paul, visited this weekend with his parents, the E. A. Lee's, and his grandmother who is in St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Evelyn Earing was honored with a birthday party last week. Guests were Mrs. Robert Hanna, Sally and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pettit and Peggy, Mrs. Bernard Pettit, Robert and Donald, Mrs. John Person and boys, Mrs. Glen Householder, Mrs. Howard McChesney and Bernard and Alton Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. Kearn Marlow, Humboldt, became parents of a daughter Oct. 3 at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge. The little lass weighed 6 Ibs., 9 oz., and has been named Michelle Yvonne. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow and Mrs. Georgia Marlow visited the Kearn Marlows Sunday getting acquainted with their new granddaughter. Mrs. Adela and Neva Thompson attended the funeral of Ralph Donovan at Algona Monday. Mrs. Adela Thompson, Charles and Neva were Tuesday evening guests at the Warren Thompson home in Swea City in honor of Linda's 17th birthday. Thursday supper guests at Mrs. Adela Thompsons were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donovan, Bellingham, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan, Britt, and Henry Kueck, Algona. Sunday evening guests at the Merwin Marlow's were Mr. and Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nyman and Otto Jensen. Monday morning coffee guests at the Willis Cotton home were Mr. and Mrs. George Crow, New Providence, N. J., Mrs. Grace Davis, Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and Bob Angus. Guests here from Germany visiting the Karl Ewoldts are Mr. and Mrs. Willi Havenmeister and Mrs. Elli Kramback. Sunday guests at the Bernard Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tigges and family of Fenton. Monday callers at the Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Willi Havenmeister and Mrs. Elli Kramback, Germany. Mrs. Eldon Marlow entertained her birthday club last week. Attending were Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Dick Wetzel, Mrs. Milton Marlow, Mrs. Wildred Radig and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt. Mrs. George Kissner was a guest. Guest Day was held Thursday at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Ladies from the Burt and Fenton churches attended. Guest speaker was Rev. Laverne Seth, missionary pastor of the Indian settlement at Tama. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Geitzenauer received word Friday that their son, Larry, was made sergeant Sept. 26. Larry is serving in Viet Nam. A/2C Eugene Hutchinson is home on a 30-day leave after serving 14 months in Turkey. Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Hutchinson home were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hutchinson and family, Estherville,Mr.andMrs. Kenneth Hutchinson and family, St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutchinson and family and Judy and Dennis Hutchinson, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner left Friday for a few days visit with their daughter,Mr. andMrs. Darrel Long and family, Bettendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Jayne, spent the weekend at the David Dreyers at Oelwein. Sunday they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and family to McGregor and Wisconsin. "SJO-GOOD" CARRY OUT OPEN 11:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M. FOUNTAIN SERVICE ONLY AFTER 10:30 P.M. FLAVOR MATE TWIRL DELICIOUS BROASTED CHICKEN COOKS IN 7 MINUTES Chicken Basket .' 'i-90f Chicken Basket '•:•-*/.25 Shrimp Basket S/.25 Chocolate, Vanilla, Tuist IOC 15C -J5c Served with French Fries, Tri Taters, Puffs or French Baked, Cole Slaw & Roll. Sandwiches Hamburger 30C Cheeseburger -lOjt Tenderloin ^c Lettuce & Tomato Extra Fishwich 35 <r Potatoes-all kinds 25c Cole Slawor Salad 15C Barbecued Beef or Pork Sandwiches Tub of Breasted ChicKen CONES la. Tit is SLUSH Orange. Cherr\, Lemon, Lime, Grape IOC 20? DRINKS Coin', 7-1 />, Orange. Rout lieer IOC IOC SUNDAES Chocolate. Btitlcrti alt h. Chen\. Slimt hen \. I 'nn l ai>i>lc 4 Pieces '. $1.00 8 Pieces $1.90 12 Pieces $2.80 20 Pieces $4.70 IOC MALTS . Chen\. Slum herr\. I'/in 'ti\>\>le CALL IN YOUR ORDER - HAVE IT READY WHEN DESIRED Located at SJOGREN'S GROCERY PHONE 295-2116 »0$EQ MONDAYS PHONE 295-2116 Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained her Sunday school class at a backward party and a treasure hunt Monday after school. Those attending were Joy Kraft, Jonathan Blanchard, Cindy Rath, Susan Fortney, Sandra Knoll, Jason Brace, Brian Brace, Kent Madison, Alan Miller and Cindy Miller. Connie Marlow and Dale Person were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Miller were received into the Presbyterian Church of Lone Rock by transfer of letter from Marion. Mr. Miller is a teacher at Sentral. Several couples attended the Mariners meeting at the Burt church Sunday evening, with Rev. Walter Morz, Algona, speaking on marriage and the home. Mr. and Mrs. Les Johnson, Algona, called on her sister, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family, Whittemore, were also callers.that afternoon. Bryan and David Meyer, Swea City, are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, while their mother, Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Swea City, is at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. The Meyers are parents of their third son, born Sept. 27, weighing 6 Ibs., 3 oz. The little lad has been named Michael Lee and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus spent Sunday at the M & J.R. Hakes Fooderama at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nes- wold, Britt, were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Lee, and also called on Mrs. Pauline McGuire who was admitted to St. Ann Hospital, Saturday. Boy ken Named One Selector, New Assessor Ed Boyken of Titonka was selected by members of the county school board to serve on the committee which \\ill eventually name a new county assessor for Kossuth. The new assessor is supposed to be named between no wand Jan. 1, 1968. He (or she) will replace Leo Immerfall, who has served in the post since 1948. County Auditor Marc Moore reported Tuesday afternoon that no applicants for the post had come to his office seeking information forms which must be filled out and filed by anyone interested in being appointed to the position. The forms are available to all and should be obtained and filled out as soon as possible. Eventually, the State Tax Commission will give a test to applicants and the conference board will make the appointment for a 6-year term after receiving results of tests from the Tax Commission. A legal publication, announcing time and place of the examination, is supposed to appear in official county newspapers so that all applicants logically have a chance at the appointment.- The county conference board is made up of one member each from the county board of supervisors, county school board and mayors We're not joking - we give 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK!! WILSON'S CRISPRITE BACON WILSON'S SUMMER SAUSAGE Ib. • ichub ea. 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