The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 18
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"\ (la.) Upper De* Molne* Thursday, May II, 1961 Whiffemore's Junior-Senior Banquet Held v Whiifemoi'e — The Junior Senior banattet of Whiittemore High School was held Saturday evening April 29, at the Plantation. The room wns beautiful decorated^ in a tropical effect with Hawaiian scenery. The Senior class of 1961 includes Howard Medin, President: Earl Maahs, vice president; and Ivan "Lauck secretary and treasurer, Marene Christenson, Cleo Meier, Donaild Nichols, Pern Smith and JuanJta Vaudi The Junior elass is David Gade, president!:; Gloria Walker, vice president; Daniel Rosendahl. secretary; and Ella Rae Maahs, (treasurer; Judy Grimes, Karen Metzger, Robert Meyer, Kenneth Roeber,. Allen Schultz, Nancy Schulitz, Nancy Swanson and Michael Zimmermariti. Hospital Notes Erwin Stems was released from St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Friday and returned home to recuperate. •. A daughter was born Friday a.m. in St. Ann hospital in Algona, 'to Mr and Mrs DeObert Wichtendahl. The little Miss has three brothers. She weighed 7 pounds. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Russ Medin, Thursday, in St. . Ann hospital ' in Algona. They now have three girls and two boys. Arthur Mogler underwent surgery last Tuesday, and his father Sam Mogler underwent surgery on Thursday in Iowa City hospital. Mr Mogler was released on Thursday and returned home. Louis Braatz was taken to the University hospital in Iowa City, On Wednesday for a check-up. Mrs James Busherfeld entered ithe Palo Alto, hospital in Emmetsburg Thursday as a medical patient. Mrs .William Roeber was in Mason City Friday -where she had a check up with an eye specialist. Place ,on Honor Roll Six studenits from Whittemore have been named on the Garrigan high school honor roll, with an average of 90 and over for nine weeks. Those from Whittemore are Marilyn Hogan, senior; Eileen O'Brien, junior; Mary Kay Neitzel, sophomore; Lewis Elbert, Damiiel -Ludwig, and Mary.Jane Besch, all freshmen. At Sister's Rites • Mr and Mrs George Baas and Mr and Mrs Paul Ludwig qttend- ed ihe funeral of Mrs Raymond Rieland held Saturday morning in St. John's Catholic church in Clarion. Mrs Rieland was a sister of the women, and the former RRa Wolfe of West Bend. She is survived by her husband and three children. Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and daughters Gloria and Nancy and Kay Frances Rosendahl of Whittemore visited at the home of the former's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker and son David Eugene in Laurens Thursday evening. Relatives of here received word ithat Erwin Bargmann, a former resident here, is a patient in 'the hospital in Estherville after a heart attack last week Friday. Henry Kueck of Algona, and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith were Mond'ay evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwilh. Whittemore Firemen were called to extinguish a grass l'"' L> ncar the Milwaukee railmad track south of the Wallace Simpsor. farm Thursday forenoon. Mr and Mrs Stanley Simonson Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors AvailabU For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la were pleasantly surprised last week Tuesday at a house •Warm* ing party. The evening was spenit at cards. In 500 Mr and Mrs James Dahlhauser won high; Mf and Mrs Frank Eisele won low; and Frank Eisele won <the travel prize. Lunch was brought by the guests. The Simonson's moved to the farm vacated by Emanuel Weiss four miles west of Whittemore. Mrs Marie Schmeling accompanied a group of women on a tour to Minneapolis last week. The Whittemore Coop Elevator board members and their wives surprised George Winkel at his home Wednesday evening, honoring him for his 25 years of service as a board member of the eleva- 'tor. Mr Winkel was presented with a beautiful walnut and gold plaque. Cardvs were played 'and a lunch was served brought by the guests. This would be a better world if we had more wild life in our forests and less in the big cities. It's the rich man who doesn't hestiate to ask the store clerk to show him something cheaper, JoAnn Wentworth Of Ledyard Is Engaged To Wed Ledyard — Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, JoAhn, to Maurice Blair, son of Mr and Mrs Dale Blair of Swea City. There has been no definite date set for the wedding. Name New Marshal Junior Skartland of Blue Earth has been hired to replace Robert AFITUIS as town marshal. His duties began Monday, May 1. Receives Scholarship Pamela Kcil, Ledyard senior, has received a $250 academic scholarship from Iowa State University in Ames. She plans to study home economics when she enters college next fall. , Elect Officers Newly elected officers for the Ledyard Community School Parent-Teacher Organization are. president, Mrs vice president, Melvin. Loge mann, secretary, Mrs '.Sidney t>ayne, arjd treasurer, Mrs ^Qv D. DeBoer. The treasurer's": repte included $183 realized, from -the Award Night dinner, which is', to be spent on additional dinner* ware for the school dining room. A style show by the Home Jficon* omics classes made up the, program. Otto Stenzel, who has been & patient at the Veteran's hospital in Minneapolis since the middle of January, has undergone his third major operation. He \vfls reported doing as well as could be expected. Arlow'e •• Blbme, team, Sharon Rbethler and'Mar- "-•--- * •- c ia gabin, showed interesting ways to fix breakfast fruits. The ma'in* event of the evening was when Avis LettoWj. home econ* omist, showed a film on how to buy meats. Dorothy Barkema as- Cresco Chums . The April meeting of th Cresco Chums 4-H was held at Carol' Tester's with 16 members and two lenders present. Mrs Ethel Chamberlain, It'pder, was back after an illness of heveral months Sheila Frideres gave- a talk on' lawn care. Ann Seger agv'e a talk oil the basic 4 and Linda Meehlhause told the importance of eating meat. Rosemary Gisch then described how to cook different meats. A junior demonstration sitted. Guests were Mesdames Kenneth Roeth'ler, Jim, Besch, Ronald Sabjn, Marlin Meehlhause, Avis Lettow and Dorothy Bark* ema. Ringsted Glass Prom On May 6 Hingsted—Seniors were guests of the junjors Saturday, May 6, at the junior - senior prom; Lyle Sprout and PhilLachelt are class sponsors, Rev. James Rowe will be the speaker for Baccalaureate at St John's Lutheran church. Commencement will be held Monday, May 15, at the high school gymnasium. Honor night will precede these exercises on May 12 af the gymnasium when the Valedictorian and Salutatorian will be Announced. Kay Glasnapp is senior class president with Anne Dominy as vice president, secretary Linda Glasnapp, and Nancy Johalisen as'treasurer. " '" The 33 seniors are Keith Widdel, .Be Etta-Watson, Glen Smith, James Petersen,' Barbara Peiter* sen, Esther Paulsen, Gordoii Nelson; Diane Mead, Michael Madden, Larry Kramer, John Kimmet, Pat Kllleen, Nancy Johansen, LeRoy Jensen,'.Roger and Juanlta Jensen, James Jensen, Dennis Hewett, Russell Heerdt, Mary Hansen, David Hansen, Linda and Kathryn Glasnapp, Peggy Giffin, Kathryn Fliehler, Anne Dominy, -Judy Cornelius, Judy ChristensenJ Roger Christensen, Paulette Christensen, Roger Anderson and Judy Anderson. Sylvia Gulbertson, employed with an airline in Chicago, spent from Thursday until Sun-' day at the parental Merle Culbertson home. The Culbertsons are former .Fenton Resdents. Mrs' Ralph Riedel is spending this .week with her grandchildren in Omaha, Nebr. while their parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert Underwood are on an expense-paid Vacation to'Miami, Fla. offered to him'by a drug company for which he works. TF IT'S NEWS. WE WANT IT LuVerne News *" Mrs Robert Siirby and children) who have'been With her toother Mrs Minnie Henderson -slhoe the death of her father, Phil C. Men* derson t returned Sunday to their home in Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Ralph Davidson had as guests Sunday Mr and •Mrs James Oregerson, Marlyn and Mavis of Rutland, Mr and Mrs Garden CaV!ds6h nftd Lu- Ann of fluft, Mr and Mrs Alleh fhti and family of GraetUrtfeei',' Mr and Mrs • %Hbfl. Rita aftti Jeatt of lAtVeMSe,' Mrs Bert Thottias was:honored on her birthday Sunday when a few neighbors and relatives came in with ai, deborated eake and refreshments. They, were Mrs Otto Wille, Mrs Arlene Bahmann, Mrs Mabel Thompson, Mrs Richard Hewitt and 'Mrs Six. ' -, «t< FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and -Air Charter AlaormCY 4-3*31 Burt Phon« 233 BUJINEIT PERJOrtALITIE5 AND VIKING GASOLINE WE GIVE GOLD BOND Or KING KORN STAMPS AND PATR-ONIZf BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Deoet FARMERS ELEVATOR Buyers & Sellers of All Grains • Get our bids on your grain .before you sell. • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. H. Pale Cole or Corwin C. Peer 419 S. Phillips St. CY 4-2741 LINDSAY FULLY-AUTOMATIC WATER SOFTENERS Featuring Fiberglass Tanks , guaranteed for the life of the origin• al owner, the Lindsay line of softeners is the finest, bar none, on the market. . FREE WATER ANALYSIS LINDSAY SOFT WATER SALES - RENTALS - SERVICE 708 So. Phillips Phone CY 4-3755 BEN WIBBEIM Building Contractor All Types Building ~.Jqrrn ( and r Tqw ( rji ,,;„„. 122 South Heekart, Algona Phone CY 4-2865 (Please Call After 6:00 P.M.) Shown above are Howard Miller and Donald Deal, owners of the Lindsay Soft Water Service of Algona. Both are Algona natives. Roto-Rooter Sewer Service For Clogged Sewers and Drains No Unnecessary Digging — Guaranteed COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER Serving Kossuth County - Ph. CY 4-3523 Algona Collect MILLER LUMBER CO. Building Needs of all Kinds LOWER PRICE MAX BARTHOLOMEW, Manager East State at C & NW Tracks - Algona Lindsay Soft Water is a subsidiary of Union Tank Car Co. of Chicago, and is one cf the oldest and largest manufacturers of home water softeners in America. Services offered by the local firm, which has offices in the Brown Dairy Building, include 24-hour emergency, sales and rentals on all types of water softeners. The office is open from 8:30 to 4 p.m. The service department, run by Don Deal, promises to remove rust, alkalies an dodors from water, as well as softening it. Howard, is an Air Corps veteran, and worked as automotive parts man for Kent Motors and Percival Motors before June 1959. He is married to the former Beatrice Kollasch of Whittemore, and they have five children. Deal was born and raised in Algona, and is a veteran of the Korean conflict. Prior to entering the soft water business, he was service manager for Percfval Motors. Your Banking Needs SAFE • CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community IOWA STATE BANK BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND TYPES Phone CYpress 4-4266 • For Remodeling, Modernizing • For Farm & Home Building • For Ready-Mixed Concrete Ready-Mix Concrete AND LUMBER CO, Moving • Storage • Crating We Move Household Goods Anywhere Fully Insured - New, Modern Storage Warehouse All Type* Crating -Phone CY 4-2275 POST Transfer & Storage Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS The Preferred L. P. Gas BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THERMOGAS CO. of Algona \ So. Phillips St. Phone CY 4-2841 Algona , , ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Peere Headquarters In Algona "The Quality Name In Farm Equipment 1 ' On Piagenal St. at NW Tracks General Machinery Repair Welding - Cylinder Boring SPECIALTY PARTS MANUFACTURED ALGONA MACHINE SHOP < < i < < « ( I M. C. Oakland W. State St. Ed Hagg '' Algona Implement Co. FARM EQUIPMENT t FARM SERVICE MOTORTRUCKS HOME APPLIANCES Phone CY 4-3501 1407 Commercial St. DONOVAN'S SPECIALTY SHOP HOME OF CUSTOM MAPI ALUMINUM AND COMBINATION POORS & WINPOWS t RUSCO & NiLSON t PPHYR AWNIN6S 610 N. Diagonal ALGONA CY 4*3?Q2 NIK ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING I PAY OR NIGHT SERVICE-THE FINEST IN PLUMBING ANP HEATINO EQUIPMENT KoW»r, fUunR % Crwt c Lux-Aire and Ajntriwn 9twidw4 Fiun »c*i ood Air Conditioning. « IN8INKERATOR PHONE CYprei, M240 IN ALGONA »»*»t »»t»t»*»»<•»

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