The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1961 · Page 15
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•T&'i -*V2: . f* *, 5 ) £ r £ » , ' f , roft News * ' n f Catholte .church for Char- /Mfthey and tfareft Ml- s.~js the SOT of Mr. iJW Of W lof red Eckh«n, Tuesday . Mary Welb and Kenneth Beef, msh.were sponsors, s • Father Kurre spefit several 4ays here with relatives and said mass Sunday and'Tuesday in St r Min's churehv Tom McGuire, Dennis Mc» Cllesh jtod -Kenneth Bergman spent the weekend in Cedar *S$& visitini the H. K, Lamps family, Kenneth and Clarence Me- Guife spent the weekend iaking in some ball games ih Mlnneapo- , Richard, John, Walter and Allen Menke and Gerald White left for Washington state where v t A NiW LOOK ABOUT US BECAUSE WE HAVE VED f vJ H. r '^ n '^' i | , froin'the fyatf Electric building to just a few doors I >Wit,<rTh» *dm0 fcid* o^ the street, the same bus!- IftiteMUtlMMame owhefchfp .... the only thing , .that has changed is our new quarters and we -"welcome all our old and new customers to see us in our new quarters. f I SO^LE DAYS EVERY FRl: & SAT. 78 RPM RECORDS 5c ea. 45 RPM RECORDS TOc ea. SALE OF NEW 1960 ZENITH TELEVISION SETS (WHILE THEY LAST) Your Chance To Get the Finest 1 . . And On Sale i BACK TO SCHOOL RADIOS - RECORD PLAYERS Kossuth Radio : AND RECORDS NEXT TO SHILLINGTON BARBER SHOP - ALGONA i . S . . they and see" some bair games, and Mr. Whitfe-will vlsif a brotH.# he haStft leeft it#|le>eM ^feam Denrty Mefike if 4^sdn- di M>. and Mrs. Walter Menke. SERVICE MEN Jbs'ebh Domlhic Bradley, l6, enlisted today in the United States Marine Corps for 3 years and was assigned to the Marine Corps Recruit Dep'ot, San Diego, Cal. for 12 weeks of basic Ma>- rine indoctrination. Following recruit training, Bradley will be transfered to camp Pendleton, Cal. where he will undergo 4 weeks of individual combat training. He will be granted initial military leave following completion of this course. Joseph, 'the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley, Algona, is a recent student at St. Thomas College, Minneapolis. He enlisted through the Marine Corps recruiting office at Fort Dodge. SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (FHTNQ—Serving aboard the 'guided missile frigate USS Mahan, operating out of San Fran- Cisco., is John M. gamut* ttSN}' Stitt,, «"' Mft .Mrs, Merteft JT< CT®is1g Whtftemore. The Mth&rf deriding post-shakedown repairs and ffietfifieattehs" at the- Francisco Nsvfcl ghij>y»d- preparation tot Murnintf tfr ih November. ' '' The fHkate is being With the recently devislbfSed 4 val Tactical Date Systefft, aft 'ftf v tef-ship computer and ttomfflilfii- cation network desighed 'td 'glVe 1 Nftvy ships increased Sfieed' ift hiandllng 1 combat 1 informatfbftnf! the jet and misslte age, ! 7 •OTTOSEN Mrs Dortald Usher Mrs. Roy Jacobson, • postttias- ter, is having a two week vac<a j tion. Mrs. H. D. Benson is acting postmaster. < < Mrs. Herman Kram6r of West Bend entertained at a coffee par-- ty Friday. Attending from West Bend were Mrs, Tom Olson and Mrs, Agnes Tabor ari'd. those from Ottosen were Mrs.' Caroline Telford, Mrs. Helen Campbell, Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Mike Coyld, Mrs. E E. Movick, Mrs. W, G. Cooper and Mrs. Edward Zihnel. Mr. and Mrs. John Madsen ac- panied Mr, and Mrs. Roger Adsen and LoH to visit the m Madsens at La Moille, lll.i the weekends, •s. Edward Zinnel and Les- attended the boys 4'tl jj.vement night at the Legion Building at Humboldt Saturday ,«IV6ning. Selma Nelson, Mrs, W. er and Mr. and Mrs. Roy iTelford attended the State Glad $hW at Humboldt Sunday. Later *tKe Telfords visited Mr. and iMfs. Wm. Wendle at Mumboldt. |dMr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle at* ftthded the Nash-Coyle family "r^tlnion at Rice Lake Sunday. }f'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- $$mn and Neil and Richard |2eman spent the weekend at the ;Til Rogness home at Minneapolis. The boys enjoyed seeing a couple of baseball games. 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and 'family attended the Joe Jacob- 'son family reunion at Clear Lake 'Sunday. Outgoing officers were ,£arl Olson, president; and Mrs. Jones secretary-treasurer. t Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson attended a farewell Sunday evening at the Henry Olson home ftt 1 Bradgate for Mr. and Mrs. M&rvyn Olson who left Monday fol' Vista Calif, where they will •*('•• • * . ;_ '• •' 11 <* i * •• » • < i t »•*•" j , c <, '™ u ^WL,* v o v **t'..tyL_.J^&* a <'»•) ^PP ef P M M* >n<> "* y » Algona Lady Nursing Graduate PUBLIC SALE I f Katharine McEvoy will hold a public closing out sale of her house- hold goods and furniture at her resi- dence at 317 North Garfield Street in i. t Algona on Saturday, August 26,1961. ,£ Watch for further details next week. (33) their home. ( sMrs. Ted Perry and Mrs. Howard Hellickson took Mr. Perry to Veterans hospital 'at Des Moines Tuesday where he had je-rays and they put a hew cast on his leg. ^Weekend visitors .at the Arthur Petersen's Were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson and John of Water-town and Martin Pedersen of South Dakota. ,Mr. and Mrs. Knut O'ppedahl, Jimmy and Roger left Thursday to spend a week visiting their son, Knut Jr., Who is ir the service at Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer JO Ellen, Mar_k, Dana and Doreen left by train from Petty July 26 for California, returning Aug 10. They visited Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman at Cupertino, Calif Mr. < and : Mrs. Wm. Heller 01 Glendale and Mr. and Mrs. C. C Johnson "'also spent a weekend at the Balgemans. ' , Mrs. Le Roy Worby entertained Au^. 9 for the seventh birthday of her daughter, Vicki. Attending were Marsha Halsrud, Marcia Kinseth, Pamela Halsrud, Debra Telford, Patty Jacobson, Cindy Bankins, Judy Halsrud, Carolyn Qlspn, Joan Inger, Paul- ,tg Pflibsen, Nancy Lambert Bhyllis' Anliker and Mary Ann Dpdd. Mrs Annabelle Long, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Gronbach, Algona, was graduated with high honors from Antonian School of Practical Nursing, Carroll, Aug. 6. Pictured from left above are Joyce Mann of Storm Lake, and Mrs Long as 'they received awards from Sister Mariquiita, Director of the school. They were chosen as the two best nurses of the year. They are both characterized by their outstanding nursing abilities, professional poise, and high scholastic,'' rfi-ilhg. They are members of a class of 27. Mrs Long was also the second highest in scholastic rating 'Hi the class. .'(UDM Engraving) OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS President WALTER W. GOEPPINGER Vice-Pre§5dent ' i LUCIUS W. FITCH Vice-President JOHN P. HELINB Pierson Vice-President AARON MILLER Waterloo Vice-President WILLIAM K. NIEMANN JJes Moinea Treasurer W. N. SHELLENBARGER Marion Secretary ** JOE W. HAMMER De» Moinea Assistant Treasurer MAX E, McCOY , Boons Assistant Secretary . „ RICHARD E. WILLIAMS Dea Moinea ( : CHARLES H. BETTS WESLEY DAY Pet Moinea R. HOLLINGSWORTH BOSCOE MARSDEN Amea OWEN J. NEWLIN Pet Moinea HERBERT U,; PUMBECK t Dei r««M>OFAPVI»0R* MABVJN A. ANDERSON "' \ Ames . -FLOYD ANDJW f Ames ' \ J& EDWARD BAUR * Jl ¥/^ l£ ^°^ EB \ MarsMltown ' WWWAM A, FARNJBR • v ••\ ^AiTER T. HART? ;, ' H lies M , f • Those who are attending the National Luther League Convention at Miami Beach, Fla. are lluth Usher, delegate; Sara Usher, Mary Ann Holt, Stephen Evenson and Jerry Newton. Ter-. ry Lee is also at the convention. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mr.- and Mrs. James Barber and family enjoyed a picnic dinner at Arnolds park Sunday. Carie Mae Haug stayed at the Barbers and Ronnie Barber oame to the Haug home for a few days visit.' . Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth visited the Mount O. Kinse<f:» home -at Algona Saturday.' •. i '".-, Mr. .and. Mrs. Robin JolKffed of Garden -Grove, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Merland Cody of Hum- ; boldt'visited Mrs. Helen Campbell Sunday afternoon. : Mr. and Mrs! : Oliver Iliriseth attended funeral services for .Carroll -Adams, at' Humboldt •iW-pdne'sday. . , . Sunday evening visitors at the Mike Frohlings were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith and family of Emm'ejsburg and overnight guests were Mr. and Mrs. Claude White and 'family of Rangely, Colo. • ... • & Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wier,arid family '6f Barrium, Minn. ;W0re Tuesday .. and Wednesday a.nd Saturday overnight ' visitprs> at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. : Mike Coyle. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Knutsdh were Friday supper guests ai the home of his mother, Mrs. Mrs. Ole Knutson at Bradgate, to help, celebrate her birthday. ': Friday morning visitors at tht Carroll Olsons were Mrs. A.,^Q. Ronning and,. Mrs. Art Larspn and Sonja of 'Hendricks, Minri. and Mrs. Tom , Olson of West •Bend. ' : . MIMEOQRAPH ; P AP EH;' all sizes, colors — Upper Dies Moines Pub. ! Co,, '' j TI Offer limited V7i Invest NOW i *• • »The public offering of common stock In the The Create? Jowa Corporation, available only to lowens, Is.WMlTJBB t« J5,OPO,000 IBUAliES »t $2.00 pep ghwe, dM»4 every dijy that passes sees \to number of Available 5Jwej at tUe initial cfE«f« |»g price y»pWy ^ewesstag. ) Already M4?R THOUSANDS OP IQWAN^, recogntefeS . this opportunity and supporting thq Greater Iowa objectives «f the jncojrppjratws, fegive i?ives|e4 to tWs stP9j? at a, rate, fpy exceeding expectations. Everywhere in Jowa, PROGRESS* JtllJTOBP, PROf'iT-MJN^^D citizens are getting in PA &9 ^rpun^SoppftltWstevestmentppjiprtcwJ^. v do not delay, Th.!? i To; THE GREATER IOWA CORPORATION •'JWU Inftnsil Av»., P«i M»InM'1?j l«ya Ssnd Ilit 12-pog» presptclvi en common itpck now •H«rfd by Tht C'eoitr lowo CfltpoiflHsiif ( BD} a b»na lidf S Ititdtnt«{tbi Stelt «f Uwa. ' • NAME. OCCUPATION, .COUNTY. »IQW4 Sandra Shumway Will Wed Here In September Find ft fast in the YELLOW of your phone WHEELS ALIGNED and BALANCED by the newest Mr. and Mrs. 'Gaylord D." Shumway announce the engagement and approaching early September wedding of their daughter, Sandra Fay, shown here, to Daniel Gething Walker Howe. Mr. Howe is the son of Mrs. Lucie Howe of Denver. Colo. The bride-elect is an nonors graduate of Radcliite College, Cambridge, Mass. Her fiance was graduated from Harvard University and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Both have been attending Oxford University at Oxford, England, the past year and they plan to return to England to resume their studies. .UDM Engraving) EAR EQUIPMENT Uneven tire wear? Let MS inspect and correct caster and camber, align toe-in to I original specification for safe, better tire wear. WHEELS ALIGNED Front-end alignment Now only $^50 Front end shimmy? We'll precision balance both front wheels. Install necessary weights to smooth car ride and correct uneven wear. WHEELS BALANCED Complete wh«el balance on any size lire, Now only $150 per wheel weights included DRIVE IN TQPAYII . JOHNELBERT'S EN CO Wesleycm Weds Garner Girl At Mason City Karen Formanck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edword Formanek, Garner, became the bride of Keith J. Haverly, Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Haverly, Wesley, Aug. 10 in St. Wenceslaus church, Duncan. Msgr. W. C. Ilradecky performed the ceremony. Pat Formanek was maid of honor and Paul Haverly best man. Following the ceremony a reception and dinner were held at Garner memorial building. The bride is a graduate of Garner high school and had been employed in the telephone office at Garner. The bridegroopi graduated from Wesley high and is employee} at Mason City where the couple is now at hprne. Will Reactivate DeMotay Group Plans have been completed for reactivating Prudence chapter of this Order of DeMolay m Algona. A meeting of boys and their • parents will be held the latter part of September. All boys ,age 14-21 are eligible 1 fur membership in DeMolay. The organization is sponsored by the Masonic Lodge. Boys ested may obtain infornj^,' cbntagtins any menibt .advisory ' " ~ A * 1J

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