The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 11
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Off To College LJS^Lt-MT' and ^ Vih nb a cher ' '«hd family * aiy. to e' she' entered St, * ' The Leo doe ^ fatfiily took Dolores to.DubUaue %here she entered the tartl convent. Both girls are 196? .graduates of Garrigan higl, school in Algona. • *u U J^ AW) N ^ lsc ' n ' daughter of » 1 ,?]? n ^ e Ne ' so «s will enter Briarc iff College 'in. Sioux City Sept, 11 for her first -year. Tomrny Root, older son of Mr •and JVlrs. Lael Hoot will enter Georgetown University ih Washington, D. C. where he has been employed by the general Law administration this Slimmer. Carol Root entered St. TereSa College at Winona, Minn. She is a 1961 graduate 'of Corwith-Wesley school. x Judy and PAul.pfeffer will -re-turn to the University at Iowa City. •• • i Dan Arndorfer, son • of the Leonard Afndorfers, rettirns to the University in Iowa , City/ Roger Floin • returned to Iowa State University at Ames for his junior year. Alan Jordan, a ;.961 graduate 6f Corwith»Westey en ters Drake University at Dei Moines; ;Diane. Dl&fier feritere« Lutheran hosplfel 4s student fttir.se f6r her first year flft< j™^™ **'* *«-i Aiiat year anc Joyce Paulson, -entered Simpson* College, Indianola ^for hei first year. They, are 4961 graduates of Corwith-Wfesiey, , The boy born to- Mr. artd Mrs, Ernest Gerdes 'of Woden ~.Aug. 2eP was baptized'Sunday, in the Catholic church at-lBWfalo 'Center and named • Richard - ft'&an Gerald Studer-' of Masdfi f< Glfy and Mae StUdfer pf .Santa, F« Springs,- CSllf.'Wer.e 's 1 j^6ris6r l s. " Mr. and' 'Mrs. Tom' tforbu'rger lad as their weekend guests his brother-in-law land sister. Mft and Mrs. Cliff Wheeler irid theU son-in-law afld ' daughter, Ml*, and Mrs, Don , Cooper of Kan- kankee, 111,' These folks and th£ Ken Forburgers, Merle' Losses, Larry YoUngwlrths and Joe •Kricps enjbyed a 6 o'clock picnic dinner at the Al Erpelding home, i , Mrs. Kate Wagner was honored at a pot luck dinner at her home Sunday as it was her birthday. Guests were her' children! the Wm. Frams, -Humboldtj Ray Kleins, Hurnboldtj , Cecil Rezo- luko, i Joe" Wagner,s, Algona, Amil, John, Bill, and Nick Wagner, <Algona; Jerry Dav'is's, Al goha; Bernard Zellers, • Ottosen and Nipk Wagners. Mrs. Herman Wise is teaching first grade in the L'uVerne public school. and Mrs. *L. L. Pfeffer TIRCP? FEEL BETTER NOW WITH "PEP UP" Nature's own pure medical ^ oxygen recommended as | an aid to overcome tired- T ness or'fatigue brought on from over activity. Especially beneficial for asthma and other bronchial disorders. Ask your doctor! SPECIAL OFFER Please send steel cylinder, mask, and a full 7 gallons of "Pep Up^oxygen to: Your Naitii— Your Addresi _Slat». Your only coil It $4,95, S»nd chftk or moiity ordir lot , SARJON; 7625 8 MILE RD., WARRIN, MECH; '" • (36-37) Science Shrinks Hle^ New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch~Relieve$ Pain Twk.' N. T. <8pMU1> — For th« flrat time science ha» found a n«w healing »ubstance with th« aaton- Isbing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, etop itching, »nd reli«Tt pain —without surgery," In case after case, whtl*'gently relieving pain, actual 'redaction <«hrinkage) took place. Xoit amazing of all-rMulU wv« fo thorongh that iofferers mad* astonishing statements like "File* have ceased to bt, a problem l 1 ^ Th«*ecret I* a new beaming auk-', •tanca (Blo-Dynef )-<llscoT»ry «f « world-f*mou» research {nstltoU. This labftane* Is" now avallabU ' In «jppp«t(or» or *tn(m«n( form under the name Preptratton Kfi, At'all drug eounUnt , Is t0achiftijf. -Mafgafet tUrlSsd tft Pt. D6|g6 M'herfe she e6m|ft6rdftl tabjebfi M ^6' Bleleftv fetiufis tb Ptfllrto"l6V»'li State T&C& er^'Colleg*. ... V'Mrs. Ghloie Simpson's soni,' bom Aug..'29 to the LeWerkes df firitf, haS .nain'ed &>bert AUen. , • m. aad. Mrs.'»on Mai-ti CaHtoh, S, D. visited h Mrs. Qta.ce, Martin Chlpie Simpson'Mday . "Mr, aOd'Mrl Clarence DaiW mefell of Chicagd and their sbft- Jh-law and daughter, Mr. arid Mr?. James Bee, of Owatonwa and Mrs. Dammerell's son Lor^ ren Steven of Chicago, Beverly Bteenhoven of Tyler, Minn, ana Ruth Wise, student nurse at Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines, were weekend guests' in the Herman Wise home, James t>ee, Loren Stevens and Miss Steen- ioyen are students at the Min* tsterial Bible College. A coffee party was held recently at the R/ay Hansen home. jUests were the Hansen's daUgh :er, > Mrs. Robert Genung and sons of Des Moines, Mrs. Orville Smith and daughters, Mrs. James vuckenreuther, of Marshalltown, Mrs. George Gremrtier of Brllt and Mrs. John Paulson. Aug. 30, Mr. and Mrs. John 'aulspn attended the golden wedding anniversary reception for Mr. and Mrs. John Chahibefs in the Methodist" church at Klemme. 'Mae Studer-left'Monday for her home at Santa Fe, Cal. 'following a 3-week visit at the parental, -Alf Studer home and with other relatives. She is a buyer for Sears Roebuck. A farewell party was held in'her honor at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ea' Downs and family. Sunday eve* ning. Other relatives were - the Gerald Studers of Mason City Leo Youngs, Garner, Ernest Gerdes, Woden, Stan Chapmans of Minneapolis, and Mr.-, and Mrs Alf Studer. Mrs. Adelia Thistlewood' of Minneapolis spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Viola Studer. They visited' their mother, Mrs. Jennie Luken at Algona, and were .Sunday evening dinner guests of the Bill Studers" Algona. Forty hour devotions will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church here,Sept. 12, 13, 14. Tht annual tUrkey dinner will be served to the public Sept. ! 17 serving to start at 4 o'clocv Catechism classes for grade children will , begin Sept.' 9 at St. Joseph's parochial school.. Mary] Jo Becker ^ was brought lome. Saturday" from Mercy hos- >ltal, JMason City,'.where-she h'ad been »for .a-week. She had suffered a broken elbow in a fall from a bicycle. The firemen and their wives held their anniial steak fry at the city park Sunday evening." • • • \ «• -it, . . i., J • A Whi^emeye drttfef/'Bofeg Meli)e', 'waS ..ooitrtd O^fF to Ji triet court after he waived r"~ liminary hearing-of fjtfo enfit.^p, OM<M ; find resisting" arresifliB Mayor C; C.-Shierk's dburj-' *"* this weekend. A 'total &'4* y Mid Was' Set'lri the 'two' tnft'fl after charges were filed by P Plum Creek Elite ,The regular .meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was held Aug. 12 at the home of Jane Walker. , , Talks were given by Diant Bpde, Susan Bode, and Gloria Miller gave a : demonstration. Plans were discussed for a cookout to be held on Sept. 6. CARBON PAPERS, office' supply depl.. Upper Dos Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. trolman Dick Pedersen. ,,Meine was also charged Wi reckless, drying" and dfivh Without a lidense and the s pr Ifmiriary hearings were cohtl ued until Friday, with ~a $ bond, set in each case, ^AH charges were the r< of a mishap' a mile west of .™- gona Saturday night as counfe" drivers continued to set a torrd pace of mishaps durit)g'"t»| week. • , i Melne's auto,- struck, a. cif driven by Larry Reefer, 17, AJU jona, from the rear as the tatf ter backed onto a highway from a,farm lane/The Reefer car wal completely wrecked and Melne?! 1955 Mercury sustained $1SQ damages. Reefer was uninjured and Meine suffered minor bruik ,es. His total • appearance borfcf Was furnished. *' Oscar Romer, Jr., 18, Algona. was fined $10 and costs by. Mayor Shierk Tuesday for faili" ? -" to have his' auto under cont lu after his auto-failed to make & curve near Call State Park Sunday afternoon. Juanita Cooper, 29, Algonai <a passenger in the auto, suffered cuts and bruises on the neck 'and arm and wa's treated at St. Ann hospital. The driver was uninjured. The 1950 Ford being driven by Romer slammed into a ditch and sustained $700 damages, according to Patrolman Bill Tordoff who investigated and filed the charge.' •-•••-.••• l A Jackson, Minn, man, James Coffield, 23, suffered fractured ribs when his auto and anothei driven by George McPhail, 70 Winnebago, Minn., collided •$ ialf-mile west of Lakota at thb lighway 169-9 junction Friday norning. The injured man wal? treated at a local doctor's office and released. < . »-The Winnepago man later paia a $25 fine and costs ,in Justice* Wax O'Keefe's court' at Swea: £ity for making an improper ;urn. McPhail was headed west "laking 'a left turn'when it crash? doff investigated. 1 • JM f • f^PW^ V'V r^^^V^W Swea & Eagle into the Coffield car whic «— -—' "-•w w^r^«.AX,J^« ^.«i WliiVJI !^as headed .east. Extensive damage -resulted to both autos. Patrolman Duane Hpman inves-' :tigated and filed" the charge against McPhail. William Boettcher, 64, Fenton, suffered a head cut and bruisei left arm and/shoulder when he was thrown from a tractor to the pavement after a wagon attached to 'the tractor was struck from the rear by a bread truck driven by John B. Rabe, Clear Lake. Rabe was fined $10 and costs for failing to have control in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court. The mishap occurred a mile south of Fenton oh'highway 44 Thursday and fatrolman Tor- Roland dfabel is a coKmarV patient at Holy'Family hosp'ttavEs- therville. Hp euttered 'the hospital Saturday evening' and expects to'bfe hospitalized for awother two weeks. Mr'and Mrs Warren Brones and children were Sunday guests at the home of the William Moores:at v Elma. Enjoying a picnic dinner at Mankato, Minn. Sunday Were Mr and Mrs Virgil Tokheim and family, Mr artdi Mrs Allen Quinn and family, Mr an^l Mrs Ralph Craig and family, Armstrong Mr and Mrs. Harley Work and Michael, Mr and Mrs Harold Work and family,- Lake Mills, and Mr and Mrs Orville Work and family and Mrs Opal Pierce, St. Paul, Minn Mr and Mrs Walter O'Green Mr and Mrs Sam Larsen and Mr and Mrs Richard O'Green spen Thursday to Sunday at the summer cabin of the Larry Petersons at Platte Lake.-Minrt Mr and Mrs Howard Decker and family spent Sunday at (the Harold Decker home. Mra and Mrs Ailbert Hans ol Willmar, Minn, and the Edward Hans were Saturday callers at the'home of the Walter Hans. Friday evening guests alt the Jarl Lefstrom home were Mr and Wrs Emil Schulz of Wilton, Wise., Wr and Mrs Howard Pingel of Tomas, Wise., and August and Alfred Melz of Lakdta. , Mr and Mrs Carl Lefstrom and William attended a picnic Sunday i at 'the August and Alfred Mdl^ home alt Dakota. Caryl Larsen attended a Luither [League camp board meeting at (Odebolt Monday. , Friends and neighbors were 'guests alt the home of Mrs Har!Vey Larsen Tuesday to honor Mrs [Irvin Bathe. At the coffee party iwere Mrs F. C. Newlin and Paulline, Mrs Sam Larsen, Mrs Otto Larsen, Mrs R. S. Mather, Mrs Mancil Hurlburt, Mrs.., Orville Thoresen, Mrs Cecil Thofese'n and Mrs \Vallace Dawson, who Was; (he aesisitant host&ss. ' Wednesdtay 'and Thursday guests, »t the William Gies home were Mr &nd Mrs John Millef and M^s Lillie Darsen 1 of Hum- baldt. Mr and Mrs Laurel Peter-sen and Sheila and Mr and ' Mrs Everett Thbrsen were Iowa Staite Fair visitors Saturd-ay and 'Sunday. Mr and Mrs Frank Schriber and James of Ruthven were Sunday callers at the Cecil Thoresen home. t ' Orville Thoresen and Thor. Cecil Thoresen and Kenneth and Duane; Sohmicking attended ih? ball game Sunday in, the Twin Cities between the Twin and the Baltimore Orieles. Mr,and Mrs Henry*Irmiter were Sunday evening callers, ait the Hans Petersen home. Mrs Gene Thompsen; and her parents, the Walter Minos drove to Council Bluffs Saturday to visSt Mrs Mino's father, Mr Effington, who to hospitalized following a heart Blttack. Irvington News Mr. and Mrs. John Simon were recently visited by their niece Dr. Joan N. Win.andy, physician and surgeon, at St. Francis hospital in Chicago.'-'Her surgical nurse, Sheila Stevens, : accompanied her here. Ann Winandy, also >a niece of the Simons, concluded her two weeks vacation and returned by plbne to Chicago to resume school. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley and 'Mr. and Mrs. Milford • •, . • • * ••- « -• -..''.,... ^ Thursday, Scpfambor 7, 1961 Algonfl {]&) Upp«r Ptf M»jfliNN> Plath4 drove to Minneapolis to spend a few* days attending the Minnesota • State Fair. , " Mr. .and MrS. Charles Colwell are parents bf a daughter Kristie Ann, born' at' St.'' Ann hospital Aug. 29. This makes their fanv ily three girls and three boys. Guy Giddings drove to Iowa City Sunday to bring his wif* home sifter medical treatmefit th*' past week. • •-.-'•. Mr. 'and: Mr*. Fred Struthers and family visited friends at Clarion 6n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. OrJan Qtt and children spent Labor Day week* end with his. brother the Dale . Ott's at Waterloo.. 'Have You Tried This? CHUCK WAGON Serving Every THUJIS.-FRI.-SAT. . , 6 TO 10 P. M. All You Can Eat For $1.50 Plan a Parly and enjoy a big nite aty HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. 34-35-36 Enjoy Nature's Beauty TULIP BULBS In Stock Soon I Take your pick of beautiful, hearty MUM plants , , in bloom ... in the field.. Take Indoors and enjoy their beauty! '____ ____ GRASS SEED IN BULK , Straight Blue grass for Sunny Lawns. Fescues for shady lawns. Also mixed grass seeds. Fall is nature's time tp seed. The soil Is warm, the weather Is right, and there 9re months of good growing ahead. Don't forget Peonies and Perennial plants COMPLETE NURSERY ' i STOCK j DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER NORTH OF CATHOLIC CEMETERY. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUCTION A mile east of Fenton on the b'lgcktpp, then VS-mile north, on Sale Begins At It30 P, M; .' Mr, and Mrs, Blonde Ogk 4-Piew Bedroom Set With Night Stand, Spring And Mattress; 3-Piece Dark Bedroom Set; 9 x 12 Rose Colorejd R^g; Qak Kitchen Set,? Table And 4 Chairs; 3-Cornered End Table; WalnMt Drpp.Uaf End Tpblej End Tables; Floor lamp; 2 Table lamps; Green Shades; Cpmmode; Aqya Foot Stool; Magazine Racks; Cprner WhaNNot Shelf; Lawn Chair; Electric Heater; Hand Law,n Mower; Child's Sled, Wdgens,- $ft Of 8 Pishes; Bpwls; Kitchen Utensils; Pictures; Fruit Jars; Stqne Jars; Glass Butter ChMrnr Hgnci Cream Separator; Jamesway 500 Electric Brooder Stove;'Chix Feeders; Tanks; 3 Iron |«dff Dreiser/ Curtain Stretcher, . ' ! • ''" .. • • .,,•.-.. ..,.:. -^....... .-_ ,•••... : 1, Mrs. Shirley Orpss will offer % following items? white e>nam$l kitchen board; oak China closet; 2 Rembrandt lamps with green shpdes; grllj; V9§es; tenda; baby strpller,- feopj^srschopj ^§k, 3 |n a wnit; fruit fartrand clothes ra^k, FENTg>N BANK, CLERK AUCTION Due to my asthma, I will sell my cattle to the highest bidder on the farm located 7 miles east of 18 and 169 junction at Algona, then one-half mile north; or 1 mile west of Sexton, then one-half mile north on TUESDAY, SEPT. 12 SALE STARTS 9 A. M. (REMEMBER, THIS IS A MORNING SALE) HOLSTEINS — Second calf heifer, fresh July 30 WF calf at side. — First calf heifer, fresh August 1 5. - First calf heifer, fresh August 18 WF calf at side. — First calf heifer, fresh August 1 8 WF calf at side. — First calf heifer, fresh August 18 WF calf at side. — First calf heifer, fresh August 30 WF calf at side. - First calf heifer, fresh August 19 WF calf at side. - First cqlf heifer, fresh by sale day. — First calf heifer, to freshen in fall. — Second calf heifer, fresh August 20 WF calf at side. — First calf heifer, to freshen in winter. - Cow coming with 3rd calf in winter. - Coy/ fresh with 4th calf August 21 WF calf at side. - Cow fresh last spring and open. - Jersey-Guernsey cow, fresh 3 mo. with 5th calf, a good famjly cow, 3 *~ Holstein steers, weight about 900-950 I bs, 3 - WF steers, weight about 600*750 Ibs. 3 — Holstein steers, weight about 400-450 Ibs. 1 — Holstein heifer, weight about 400 Ibs. AU CATTLE TB AND EfANGS T6STEJD, : MISCELLANEOUS 1 - Westinghouse 8-can side opening milk cppler in good. . condition;- 1 — Magnetic PeUival milker with pipeline for 13 cows; extra pipeline for 20 cows. PON'T FORGET - THIS IS A FORiNOON AUCTION/ STARTING AT 9 A.M, TS&M5 - Cosh or make arrangements with clerk before sale. N« property to b« removed until sibl? for accidents, should any occur. tor, (tot retpen- ^^p ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^w ^^^^^^^ W^^^^^^M ^^HB^I^^ ^^^Rlllilplp I^P iSd OWNER & LEEK, AUCTIONEERS IOWA STATE SANK, JOWA, O£IK

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