The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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, * »- 1 «. -M Burf Circles Met Wednesday ™5"w 7" J^Mcrlan circles met Wednesday: t/fPun? A r at lhe church w 'th Mttbelhne Lovstad as -hostess. Mrs Frank Becker gave devotions and'Mrs Dale pundas read from Concern, A report on the Billy .Graham Crusade, held recently,-in Minneapolis, was given by. Ey/elyn Mnwdsloy, Marlcne Stenzcl and Mrs A. E. Lee ot Lone Rock. Bible study was le< L'fe ^H'he Angus., Guests were <Mrs Lawrenee. Newbroueh and Mrs Lee, Lone Rock, Mrs DuanAfOiUnter 'and. '-Mrs R. J Thompson. . . Circle. B',-~ at the home of Mrs Donald Ringsdorf.- Ruth, Patteiv Somlcd devotions , and n lsp reviewed an Article. Bible study was given by Mrs R, H. Thompson. Cirqle C, met with Mrs J ~ G. Clapsaddlc. Guests were Mrs W. J v . Hamstreet,.,-,. Brownsville. ; Texas, MrViBernaija; Olfford and Je'annine Chafer. Mrs .Roy Ringsdbrf led .devotions. Mrs Eari.Shipler gav;e.,a feview. Mrs Nels; Nelson j|M;|lbic}' ; study. At each'Of 'the circles.'a 'special bf> icrirtg was taken for summer medical rnissioris. ,,„, ,.-. W.S.C.S,'Mei ' Members ol W.S.C.S. met at' the church ^Wednesday with 38 members present.';jfo'stesses were Esther Hilton, Genevieve Graham, Doretta Abbas, Gertrude Aekermah a'nd' Helen Vogel; Elsie Lockwbod 'gave devotions and Phyllis Wiener had the program. Rules for the use and Care or society and church property and equipment' were drawn up, adopted and some= will,be posted on church bulletin .boards. The group voted to sell Everyday and Christmas greeting cards Lt x«n0nd gift wrappings. /«{' Reports were given by various . chairmen. The Goodwill truck will be in Burt Aug. 23. Alaska Trip •. • - ••• Mr and -Mrs Ray McWhorter are enjoying a sight 'seeing vacation in Alaska. Word, from ttiet McWhorters .stated they were enjoying sight-seeing :by airplane, Alaska train, motor car and boat excursions. Reunion Held A Chipman family reunion' was held at Eagle Lake on Sun/ day. Attending from here were- Mr and Mrs ,C. B. Chipman. and Mr and Mrs Lawrence., Chipman, and family also attending were ' ; the WilfjsjQhipjBians,.-Milwaukee;, who are visiting at parental C. B. Chipmans, also the Myron Chipmans, Ames, Mr and Mrs I/co. Brown and Mr and Mrs Emory Brown and family, Garner. •'••.'•..• rived here this week lot an e*. rived hee this week for an extended visit here and with his sister and family, the GlenM Grahams, Algona. ' • i ;Mrs Leo Mitchell and' Mfani sort, Jeffrey, arrived from {lie Estherville hospital Thursday evening. '•- • Rev. and Mrs William Bohi and Virginia spent Thursday 8t Laurens. : . Carilyn Hinckley left Monday for .Arnolds Park where! she ''.will be employed , the remainder; of the summer. -<• ••<••": Members of »the Hurt Blue 'Birds enjoyed a S^day outing at' Lake OkobojL ' Accompanying the' girls were their .loaders, Wantalee Hawcotf and Jean Lockwood. • - • .•.'•:''• I Mrs* Glenn Teeter underwent Triinoi' suVgery at Mefcy 'hospital, Mason City, Thursday morning. ..- Sandra Roba,. Elmore,.';,spent the past week,at the.F. G. Soderburg Hohie. j .) ' • .-; 'The Brownie Scouts enjoyed an overnight camp-out at the hbme of their loader, Mrs Russell Patterson Thursday. : • » Mrs-Nice Rios, Fort Worth, Tex.,' Mrs Jim Klaos, Marshalltown, Mrs Duane •, Dettmer, Mrs Roger Boyken and Judy Hinckley spent Friday night at the home bf Judy Wubben. ' The Young Adults Klub of the Vtethodist church met for a barbeque supper - at the Richard Campney home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jim Klass and daiighter, Bonnie, Marshalltown spent-the, past, .week at the home of 'her mother and sisters, Mrs .Hiram Afkerman and girls. They were :oined Sunday by Mr Klaas and all returned home .that evening. Mr and Mrs" Donald 'Stow, P.ensacola, Fla. are visiting his mother, Mrs Cora Stow. Other guests at the Stow home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Bill Stow and Mrs Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, •and^Mr and Mrs. Merwin Johnson and family, Swea City. • , Friday evening supper guests at the Al Hinckley home were Mr .and Mrs Claude Seely, Algona, Mr, and Mrs Lawrence Chipman and family, Mr and Mrs Harley Hanson and family, Mr 'and Mrs Bernard Gifford and family and M. J. Trunkhill. The occasion was in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Mr Seely and Mr Hinckley. Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Leon Layton, West Union. Judy and Carilyn Hinckley spent Saturday and Sunday at Indianola. Norman Mitchell . arrived at the home of his parents Friday. Norman had been hospitalized at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines for. a week. .-, •'.'*:•_ ; ':, . Ruth and Esther Hodgson are ifr-ap<%!feterr'Minh'r wHerd Esther went for a check-up. Mrs Clara Rentz left on -Thursday for Iowa City where she will go through the Clinic, Mr and Mrs Bill Brandt and Dorothy, Wells, Minn, were Sun- Wed At Whittemore Aug. 25-Sept. 3 Des Moines LARGEST FARM MACHINERY SHOW OF THE YEAR IN IOWA BaclT again, 7 of the nation's 8 biggest manufacturers fn the Farm-0-Rama, one of the world's largest tents. Plus 50 more exhibits. Forty acres of the newest in farm machinery. NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW 4-H-FFA FAIR, QUALITY MEAT SHOW. CORN & GRAIN SHOW. FARM GADGET SHOW. TEAM PULLING. POULTRY $ RABBIT SHOW, NATIONAL HONEY SHOW. Th» Form fxpciltion Of A Mfttlro* JtPirinfl JOHNNY PULEO and hit Harmonica Cong Nighti, Aug. J8-S«pt. 1 Two-hour star-studded spectacular. Huge pro. duction numbers, lovely dancing, prancing chorus, scintillating songs, bright comedy, cast, of over 200. Smash hit revue of 1961 in Iowa. BIG CAR RACES Afternoon*: Auy. 27 j. S»Pj- 1 * ? - . OTOCK CAR RACES AfHrnopn: Xu«. Z6; Night: Sept. I . JAI.OPY RACES Night AUK. 27; Afternoon: Aug. 31 SUPER-MODIFIED "RACES AJUnjoon: Sept. 9 HORSE RACES AlUirnooni:, Aug. 29, 80 GREYHOUND RACES Night: Aug. 2$ THRIlTsHOW NighU: Aug. 28, Sept. 2; AltemooiH Auf . HORSE SHOW Aug. 2B-Sept.S HUNDREDS OF BIG FEATURES NE PAi^G G ^fl«0^?KP^t$"» It is believed that he lost control of his ca»y having fallen asleep enroute home from Fairmont. His car careened v Mo a ditch hitting a 'faMef's man Pictured above are Mr. 'and Mrs. John Schamber, who were married July 23 in St. Paur"s;' : Lutheran church, Whittemore. rRev Cleo Kautsch. officiated at theidbuble ring ceremony!' '• '• r. n s. aro caner, o aee, nn. .' v ; ' Follbwing a wedding trip- the couple are now; at home in: Kan kakee, 111. A complete weddhig: story appeared in the- July 27 issye of the Algona Upper Des Moines. (Glenn's Studio Phoito — ,UD1V Engraving.) > •••:;''. :• ; : . , .•.' ;• V '•-..- . day guests at the 'Al Hinckley home. Mr and Mrs Vince Brannon and son of West Plains, Mo. visited the past week at' ; the home of Mrs Brannon's brother, the J. L. • Millers. All attended a picnic at Havelock Sunday. Mr iand Mrs B. Mark Lee, Denver, Colo, spent several days at the parental, Frank Tellier home. POND Thirteen year old Max Jones of Toledo^ suffered a deep gash in his foot 'that will require Ttim to be on crutches when"^he was wading in a farm pond near there. and driveway and then went across the road "and hit several highway signs. A nearby, farmer, awakened by the sounds, came put to find him lying outside of his Cars 'He immediately summoned author|( ities and Mr Larsen was taken by ambulance to' .Fairmont, but Wfls dead upon arrival at 'the 1 hospital there. ' Clifford was born November , 28, 1D35 to Helma Wilberg and Reuben Larsen and lived his entire' life in the Armstrong vicinity. He is a graduate" of the Armstrong high school and served in the army for two years, .being discharged in August, 1960. He has been farming with his father one mile south of 1 Armstrong. Clifford is survived by his parents, Mr and Mrs Reuben Larson of Armstrong, one Sister, Marilyn of Omaha, Neb. and one brother, Roger of Armstrong. His grandparents were the late Mr and Mrs Hans Wilberg of Fenton. ', Family services were held Tuesday at the farm home with public services at the Nazareth Lutheran church at Armstrong, Rev. Stanley Hansen of Ringsted officiating. Burial was made in Armstrong Grove cemetery. 1-Foot Putt Gives Ferris Golf Victory ;., Jerry Ferris slammed in a 30- fbot putt on the 42nd hole Sunday afternoon to edge' Craig .Smith, 1-up, and grab the: Algona "Country Club. champion- qlilp for 1901. : The match: was as. thrilling as any ever played by Arnold Palmer or Gary Play- M*City Driver Won 1959 Crown Thursday, August 10, 196! Algona (la.) Upper De» Motnei-3 Is Minnesota Crash Victim Ringsied — Funeral services were "held'at 2 p.m. Tuesday for .Clifford Larsen, 25, Armstrong, Who was killed in a car accident ready 1 Sunday .morning on,,the; -Wfcktop highway 9 miles south of Fairmont. ' ... . two, finalists practically shadowed, each other throughout the lengthy match, . which had ••been slated to go 36 holes. They were tied with identical scores and even-up in match play after 18 holes, then had .a little .trouble during the third nine- hole round keeping their scores, respectable. Ferris led, 3-up, starting the proposed final nine. However, he failed to capitalize on his lead and.,the two were tied at the end bf 36.' They stayed even, with both ; playing . ,pretty 'fair golf, thFoffelr the f irst"'five ""Holes ''be- .fofcVT Ferris ended it with his lorigr putt. THE 1961 COUNTY We'll be there, too ....... ready to tell you all about the new Minneapolis - Moline Farm Equipment! . Ted Zieman, Mason City, was the leading .midget auto -race driver in the northwest during the "1959 season and at the present time is fourth • in point standings for 1961. Zieman is among the many drivers who have already filed entries for- the big night of racing Aug. 18, beginning at 8 p.m., the filial night of the' Kossuth County Fair. It will mark the first appearance of midgets here since 1946. The sense of taste records only four variations, sweet, sour* salt, and bitter. All the different flavors affect us through the sense of smell. Mr. arid Mrs. Phil Diamond j.spcnt several days last week vacationing in Minnesota. \ —°— : Mrs. John Ramus was honoree at a pink -and blue showor Tues- ;duy evening at the Kenneth Cowan home. Hostesses wove -Pal Cowan, Marijune Williams and Pam Waller. Court whist furnished I h e entertainment Guests were the honoree's mother, Mrs. Lelloy Lnti, Barbara Lau, Connie Hull, Cindy Hardy, Siri .Norton, Linda Smith, Jmi Bode and Jcnnnic Sires. Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl where they met the former's brother, Joe Agena and family of Sibley. for a picnic. They brought home their son, David' and Jim Colwell who had attended Presby- tcrian junior high camp. Also at the session from the local church wore Bob and David Martin, Vicky McConnell and Kenneth Kichter. • —o— A breakfast and bridal shower was given for Linda Smith at the home of Mrs. Robert McCullough Saturday morning. Guests were members of Mrs. Smith's bridge and sewing clubs ana Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. Delia McCullough, Mrs. J. N. Fleming and Mrs. H. M. Honsbruch. A skit, written by Mrs. McCullough, was presented With children of the club members portraying their mothers at club meetings and, closing with a mock wedding. Muscles are divided into three classes, voluntary, involuntary, and cardiac. BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK. HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) V£X$%X$a&&^^ STOP AT RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY IF YOUR WATCH OR CLOCK NEEDS REPAIRING. LOOK IT WON'T COST YOU A CENT TO STOP AND IT MAY SAVE YOU MQNEY...YOU GET REPAIRS AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD. LISTEN... OLLIE JOHNSON HAS THE YEARS OF EXPERIENCE NECESSARY TO INSURE TOPFLIGHT WORKMANSHIP-AND RESULTS. RUSK Drug & Jewelry 117 East State CY 4-2349 };88^GlpXM®88^^ Algona _ ... MM MIHHfAPOlIf __ . 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