The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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»«4k\« B 4-AI06ha (fa,) Upj&r DM Mdtali. thimdfly, Auflu^ 31, 1961 Bancroft Girl Will Graduate From Nursing Bancroft — Jeln Ann Rake, ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ;Rahe, Bancroft, is a member of the - graduation, class of St. Jo» •seph's Merey^ §oho61 of Nursing ' at Sioux ,City. Commencement activities are to be held Sunday with a mass at 11 in the chattel of the hos- ,,pit/al. Diplomas Will be presented at 8 p.m. in MeAuley auditorium, With a reception'at the close for graduate's, parents, and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rahe and other relatives will attend. Daughter 111 Mr. and Mrs. John Farrow received Word that their daughter, Mrs. Jake Gigler, Titonka, was • taken from. Buffalo Center hospital to Rochester where she will take treatments for a month. Mrs. Gigler is the former 1 Hazel Farrow. ' . • , •Welp Reunion Many •relatives from ? here attended the'..'Welp. : .famlly. reunion at the Plantation at Whittemorc , Sunday. Frbhi here;, were the F. J. Welp. families, the J. H. Welp families, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Welp and family, Mr. /and Mrs. Roy McGuire, Bertha Welp, ana many others. ' ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGuire and Pat and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Cdrr'' s£ent Tuesday 1 ' and Wed* nesday at the Minnesota Stale Fair. Mr. and Mrs. B. H> Sudemeler Minneapolis, spent Thursday & the Laurence Ber'ginan home anc visited with relatives in Algona Thursday night ' Mr. and Mi's. Marvin Becker spent t'he weekend in Minneapolis with relative^ and attended the state fair.- Mr. and Mi's. Lawrc-noe Bergman spent Sunday at the William Hughes residence, Emmets burg. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torino received word their daughter, Mrs. Howdrd Nagel' underwent major 'surgery at Trimpnt hospital, Trimont, Minn., Friday. Martin Krapp is a patient of St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, for medical treatment. Irvingtoh Ideals The Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the home of Becky Daley Aug. 26. Plans for a hayride were made and-it is to be held Sept. 4 at the Edward Are'nd home. On food committee are: Jane Raney, Luanna Leek and Linda Ruhnke. On entertainment: Elaine, Pooch, Anna, Eileen Penton, and Vicky Siemer. At the'county fair, the club received 23 blue ribbons, 21 red, and 6 white. Talks were given by Linda Bristow'and Ellen Siemer. A demonstration was given by Vicky Siemer. Lunch was served. . \ Fatigue is recognized as a major clause of accidents; inefficient vision is a major cause of fatigue. Ringsted School Opens Sept. 5; 12 New Teachers RingSled — Ringsted school Will bdgin Tuesday, Sept. 6, ac cording to Supl. G, A. Orr Charles Valley of Logan will b the new high School principal. The new band director is Rob ert Edgington, Mobcriy, Mo. Mrs.' Beverly llendrickson, Oel wein, English, Laurence Jones Estherville, Social studies and in dustrial arts; Lavcrn Meyer Wesley, mathematics; B e 11 > Boyd, Dubuque, vocal music Alice Peters, Sioux City, home making; Audrey Harms, Buffalo Center, 6th grade; Patricia Bee- Son, Washta, second grade; Mrs Elnora Peterson of here, thira and fourth, Mrs. Shirley Stefan ski, Fenton, first and second grade combination, and Lowel Haugen, Fonda, science. Teachers returning are Mrs. James Sorens'en, 1 junior high language arts, /James Smith, mathematics; , 'John Manson) coadh -and : science, Thomas Herrick, commercial;, Mrs. Melvin Weisbrod, kindergarten; Mrs. Marcia Schumacher, first; Mrs. Harold Holte, fourth, Mrs. W. P. Kearns, fifth, and.Edward Pringle, 6th grade. Mr. and Mrs. August Sorensen attended ordination of their son, Harold N. Sorensen at Tyler, Minn. Sunday. Rev. Sorensen las accepted a call to the" Fredsville Lutheran church near Cedar Falls and will be officially installed there Sept. 12. JUST ARRIVED .... THE NEW SPEED WEIGHT BICYCLES FOR BOYS and GIRLS FRAME: New "speedweight" Design. 26" and 24" Boys—Four Bar Cantilever. 26" and 24" Girls—Three Bar Twin Truss. FORK: Murray Triple Truss Crown. SADDLE: Two Tone Waterproof Top. Coil Springs. FENDERS: Custom Fit Crescent Design RIMS: AH Steel Hook-Type. Chrome. TIRES: Black 1,75" Cross Section with Inner Tube. CHAIN GUARD: New "Speedweight" Design PEDALS: Ball Bearing, Bow Type PARKING STAND: Side Kick-XJp Type Plated. IN 24 AND 26 INCH SIZES . . . A Thrilling Combination of Beautiful Design with High Qualify makes the "Space Flight" first choice for those who demand the best in a popular price range. COASTER BRAKES: Komet, Chrome. REFLECTOR: Stimsonite on Rear Fender. FINISH: Boys - Flamboyant Red with White Trim. GIRLS — Flamboyant Blue with White Trim. THE PRICE IS RIGHT . . . <39.95 JUST COMPARE THEM! M /VRDWARE «88fflj»SM«m;»8&H&4»{sW^ ALGONA '•It* » t Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rapp who were married August 17 at Sacred Heart church, Livermore. Mrs. Rapp is the former Sharalyn Kramer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vernon Kramer, Livermore. The bridegroom ds a native of Gllmore City. ' , A reception was held;at the Plantation Ballroom at Whittempre following the ceremony. The couple is at home in ; GUmore 'City, where the groom is employed. ' ' "' ' The bride is a Twin Rivers high school graduate and the bridegroom graduated -• from Gilmore City high.. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) . • . . .• Larry Flint of Kessler Air Force base, Miss., is spending a 'urlough at the parental Nels Flint home. Mr. and Mrs; Lawrence Petersen and family of Norfolk, Virginia and Mr., and Mrs. Robert Arney and family, of London, England are visiting at the parental L. A. Petersen. home. Test 26 Herds For D.H.I.A. Twenty-six herds were tested n 'D.H.I.A. with 639 cows on est and 28 herds tested on own- r-sample with 450 cows on test, iccording to Forrest Hofbauer, >v;ea City, north unit supervis- ir. . . " ;, Summary for the month as ollows: Sidney Payne — 2* cows, 44.9 bs. milk, 3.1 test, 1.4 Ibs. fat. Laurence Loeschen 10 cows, 1.6 Ibs milk, 3.2 test, 1.4 Ibs fat. Frank & John Droessler 23 btifts, 42.2 Ibs milk, 3.2 test, 1.? " bs: fat. • ' . • • i Ralph Walker, Jr. 29 cows. 39.9 bs. milk, 3.3 test, 1.3 Ibs. fat. Leander Menke 24 cows, 43.1 ?. Tiilk, 2.9 test, 1.2 Ibs. fat. Walter Campney & Son 34 cows, 36.3 Ibs. milk, 3.3 test, 1.2 bs. fat. Ed Tigges 15 cows, 34.9 Ibs. milk, 3.3 test, 1.2 Ibs. fat. •LEDYARD By Mrs Earl, Jorgenson Mr. ahd Mrs, A.' E. Lauritzen of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin visited friends here on Wednesday. Pamela Keil aiid Nancy Hurl- bui-t were Saturday evening dinner guests of Janis Goetz. The girls will be leaving soon for college. .'••,.; Mr. and Mrs. James Bolanid 3trid four children of Boone were recent visitors at the D. B. Mayers. Mrs. Boland is the former Madonna Holland, who taught In the Ledyard school. • Mr. and Mrs. William Wiemer and Deanna spent the weekend in Minneapolis. : .' Mrs. Clayton Rosebqro has returned from, a visit with her >' Accompanied her an the {rip and reMairied in Coldrido.'illWy' Blsd visited with ,the AfArJUfiertsj fdrmeft i Ann -Tog^rson returned h&fne* Friday- from" a two 'week «ViSit«With .relatives in AVOCfl -afld ,dpu'hcii Bluffs. , ' ii^ 'Mfs. A'lbort Hans and' ibAfri Edwirt Mans ahd of| yftAtt&t,- Minn.,^visite<i sjh Lakoto^S^ea OiW and-JLedyted over the weekend. ' Mr, attd Mrs, t Larry Stafford, Nancy and Tommy .of, Galefla. 111. .were guests of her sister and fatiiily, the Arlowe Bldmes -on Wednesday morning. They havfe been visiting relatives and friends in the are'a this Week. Mrs. Geo. Gonias, Pant rind John and Mrs. Neal Warren and Tammarte, visited the parental D. B. Mayers from Monday- through -Wednesday. -'> SUNFLOWER A sunflower 'at the home of Mrs/ Margaret Harm6n of Ames got a toehole in 1 «.f three-quarter inch crack between a patio slab ?nd building, foundation and grew to 13 feet, five, inches in height. Mrs. Harmon believes the flower grow from seed she put out for birds last winter. Electric co-op savings stay in this commu- i nity — because the owners (members) live here. This makes our community Stronger and more prosperous. - . • Symbol of co- opirollv« raral «Ut- lrin<atlon - - - and . rfcpflndabl*, nonprofit oltetrlc strvlco (or rural (amIIUi of IW> camrminlty,, Humboldt County R.E.C. Phone 99 — Humboldf, Iowa fo $6tting the most ptof liable for scut • Cheek the fields marked with Pioneer signs. ' • See your new Pioneer catalog for information. . ' • Ask me any questions you have about hybrids. '.\ ORDER YOURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley ........... Algona Aaron Steussy .. ........ ..Algona Ted Hoover, Sr. .... . ____ . . Algona Henry Schroeder ....... Lone Rock Eugene Kol lasch .............. Bode Walter Vaudt ......... Whit temore Robinson Produce ..... ____ Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. , Upper Des Mpines Pub. Co., Algona. " . ;' TIE Kw HsppY TASTEI Ton get the happy taste of fresh,, swi'ripenecl citrua fruit in every bright and bubbly sip. PICK UP A 6-PACK HIllBMBllllBHMBHBMBlIIMBslllBaiBBBBllBBBBBB ••••••••••••••••f pBBIHKHBHHBIHiBI HHB ||| "PLEASE DON'T HUR MY LITTLE DEAR DRIVER: Today my daughter, who is seven years old, started lo school as usual. She wore a dark blue dress with a white collar. She , had on her 'new black Shoes. Her cocker spaniel, whose name is "Scott", sat on Jhe front porch and whined as she waved "goodbye" and started off lo the halls of learning. Last night we talked about school. She told me about the girl who nits in front of her . . . the girl with the yellow curls . . . and the boy across the aisle who makes funny faces. She told me about her teacher, who has eyes in the back of her head . . . and about the trees in the school yard . . . and about the big girl who doesn't believe in Santa Glaus. We talked about a lot of things —• tremendously vital, unimportant things — and then we studied spelling, reading and arithmetic and then to bed. She's upstairs now , . . sound asleep with "Princess Elisabeth" (that's her doll) cuddled in her right arm. You guys wouldn't hurt her. would you? You see. I'm her Daddy. When her doll is broken or her finger is cut. or her head gets bumped, I can lix it ... but whtn she starts to school, when she walks- across the street, then she's in your hands. She's a sweet little girl and I'm so proud of her. She can run like a deer and darts about like a chipmunk. She likes to ride and swim and hike with me on Sunday afternoon*, But I can't be with her all the time ... I have to work to pay for her clothes and education. So please help me look out for her. Please drive carefully, please drive slowly past the schools and intersections . . , , and please remember that children do run from behind parked cars. (Author Unknown) ' THIS MESSAGE IS BEING PUBUSHED FOR THE HTH STRAIGHT YIAR IN THE INTEREST OF QUR CHILDREN'S SAFETY BY Foster Furniture / PIECE DESK ENSEMBLE Including 7-drawer Double Pedetfal De*k, Comfortable Chair, Desk lamp, Blotter Pad and Other Small A$sw**riw, ——-^—-— ------——-<•„- ONI-Y

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