The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
Page 11
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rtefe .wan reserve champion on ils yeBfllhg Molsteln heifer and second <wltR his heifer calf, plus ihowfrianship' honors. ^ tteuben" -Skow of Wesley won irst on his Hampshire boar, third irtd ' folitth with hfsi "gilts; fand{ Second flh hi*- litter. Dafiel Show placed tftird with his, JJampshire 1 * Pictured above are Mr and Mrs; Earl Etao&.^ho were married Sept. 9 at St. Joseph's' Catholft,chtircht f ,in Wealeyrfflie, complete wedding story was in last week's JJpperD&-jy!oineg. rv "- v- The bride is the former Carol Studer, daughter .of Mr and Mrs Julius Studer of Wesley. The bridegroom is a son of Mr |nd Mrs J. M. Elmore of ^Algona. The couple will be at home on a fanri northwest of Algona. (UDM Engraving) Name Officers For Swea City School Groups Swea Cily — Officers for various ^classes and groups of the Swea City school have been elected. Roger Con way was named president of the student body; Larry Simonsmeier president- of the student council, Darleen Mino, vice pres.,' Barbara Beck, sec' retary and 'Jim Grabianowski, ; treasurer. Class officers . are • Lorraine Kracht, president; Roger -Conway, vice pres.; Elaine Verbrugge, secretary, Larry Clausen, treasurer, seniors. Jerry Thompson, president; Don Cummins, vice pres.; Laura Mino, secretary, Richard Olson, treasurer, juniors. , *sfohh Guyer, president, Bob ; Simonsmeier, vice 'pres.; 'Carol Franks, secretary, and Judy Abbas, treasurer, sophomores. Petrea Thorespn, president, Vivian Thorson, vice pres., Danny Anderson, .secretary, and Rodney Smith, /treasurer, freshmen. Student council members ; are Bill Hubbard, Jim Grabianowski, Larry Simonsmeier, Maurice Curr, Keith Waterbury, Darleea Mino, Jack Hinricksen and Roger Sanders, seniors, Twila Pulver, Caryl Larsen, Barbara Beck, Rick- 1 Seylar, Bill Clark and Bill Blomster, juniors. , z . • Sharon Johnson, Denise Seylar, Jennifer Mogensen, Jim Nelson, sophomores,' Cheryl-•Kvamsdale and Reid Farland, freshman. Letterman Club officers are Roger Conway, president; Larry Claussen, vice; Deriise Seylar, secretary; Lorraine Kracht, treasurer. Darleen Mino was elected pep club president, Elaine Verbrugge, vice, and Laura Mino, secretary- treasurer, Cheerleaders are Lorraine Kracht, Barbara Beck, Caryl Larsen and Linda Patterson; B- team, Diana Campbell, Denise Seylar, Kay Johnson and Cheryl Kvamsdale. Oil To College Twenty-seven of the 1961 graduating students of the Swea City school have enrolled in college this fall. They are, as follows, with schools: Elmer Abbas, Gary Pix- on, Mankato State College; Maurice Anderson, Mr. and Mrs, Gary Larson, Glendon Peterson, Linda Weber, Curtis Hanson, State Col- legfe of jowa, Cedar Falls; Patty Bajley, Anne Pixon, Mason City Beauty School; John Boland. Lee Geerdes, Fort Dodge Junior College; Tom Diaz, Jim Elliott, Waldorf; Richard Farland, Ronnie I4nde, State University of Iowa, Jqwa City; Judy tfurlburt, Morningside; Rog'er Johnson, Mike Sipwart, Iowa State U., Ames; Carmen Larson, St. Qlaf; Lynette Lund, Mankato By^ 1 ness; Sharon Mpgnuspn, CaJU, Jfc,college; Connie Opsal, Drake; Nancy Patterson, Upfler Ipwa; Wallis Kay Reynoi4s, Sjmjia?0; Cfgry Snyder, Buena Vista; BeV- erly Thorsoo, Lutheran hospital, to 'Chicago i.and the National 4-H Congress in Nov.' Ronnie was honored for his longtime record book. Ronnie has been a 4-H member 8 years and held several offices during this time. School Notes Students,-,of the. >; Swea City school |hi the 1st, 5th, 9th and 12th grades received tuberculin tests Sept. 8 at the school. i The knnual high'school sponsored magazine sales will begin Sept. 27. . / * Music boosters .will meet Sept. 25. ^ . / Federated Wpmans Club will meet 'Sept. 25. ' , ' ( The PTA of the Swea City school-met last Monday evening •with 200-persons in attendance. A reception for teachers was held. • • * • T Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lake •.> became the Barents of their first child, a" daughter Sept, 8 fit Buffalo Center. The miss weighed 8 Ibs., 2 oz. and has'been named Marie Ellen, Virgfefeh , e won sfee6ttd aW'llth In ;he medium, light .weight Angus jaby,, beef class and second f ttd ;hird with' her 'Angus 'breeding heifers. Tont Henry ol Algoftfi placed 7th artd the .medium Angus- class. Duane Hilbert Of LuVerne ^lafieii fd.urth'.lh ,tHfe light Weight .Anrfufi 'gptfp'. 45ick Reding of WhittemOre1> placed J5th in the iightf division. yefne placed 22nd in the weight Angus class. Angus LU- Darre'll fi-"""* won second Hereford at Alfofta fifth' tt'ftd" same class. 1 V >> The livestock' jUdgijfg*, Bthifbut of fiMBS - t!6n team of>Br1rin. Itpdney Jjetrteh won a>; blue'$! .fito kfld 'the Senior tem " JarrleS flergum land-Dott isch a red. : Both teams itferli the Seneca fiaiys' Cmbr, Ray Befgum and ftoier I^atal accidents/at ihtte^tec^ occur on the drier's rless efficient eye, Was'.&und In 3D out of 33 oasa in a' California study. County Entries At Clay Fair Kossuth County won .top honors in the :Clay County. District 4-H 'Baby 'Beef Show at Spencer. Kossuth exhibited the champion group of five in both the Angus and mixed breed baby beef etm- test. Kenneth Bierstedt of Whitte Many dollars are spent on the outride of your home to beautify it ... but . nothing enhances it as much as LANDSCAPING • J * '' * We are happy to have been selected for landscaping the < A ' '_ i- •* : • , GOLD MEDALLION HOME ' *' • f *: Be Sure To See Hie Simple Yet , ,•',>• Economical Way This Wees I *', FALL \S NATURE'S TIME TO P1ANT Is isn't too late to make .your plans. We will be on hand at the Open House Friday and'- 'Saturday to answer your questions. DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER Your Home Owned Nursery North of the Catholic Cemetery - NURSERY HOURS 1 to 5 Daily-Sun. 9 to 12 & 2 to 5 COMPLETE NURSERY 1 STOCK , Wfd« , r jo 'Cochran, daughter of the JUs-'hard ;Cot'hrans of Newton, and Dpjiald Johnson, son of the Jfcymofld Johnsons, Swea City, Were united in marriage at the Presbyterian church, Newton,, B. "flie couple we at home in l£wa City wUcip he is a law st« dent an^ slie is employed at tUe Iowa Ci|y Press Citizen. 4i« * r *^ YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT THE MODEL HOME THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY . . . NO ADMISSION .CHARGE i As You Stroll Through The Entry Way, Kitchen and Bath . , .Note the Embossed, Inlaid Linoleum and For\ ' ' " ' mica Tops! . ^ By CARSON'S Here's something you will like ! The Mural on the Bedroom Wall I By CARSON'S That's Vinyl Tile on the Bedroom floor and floor tile in ths basement, - •.,-.••:.:./ By CARSON'S rv -' •- '- ff T. , Yes, You Will Like What You Set In Algoroi'i Wwt To» tqlly EJwtfk Gold MedaUlon Home. *1i1 OUR FIRST OPEN And FOR COLOR GOLD MEDALLION HOME ' , , ,•!*!•• • ' ' I WE WOULD LIKE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT .... INSULATION... IN THIS CLIMATf ONE OF: THE BEST CURES FOR HKWfTOAT BILLS, COLD FLOORS AND HARD-TO-HEAT ROOMS IS TO INSULATE YOUR HOUSE. THE SAVINGS IN FUEL COSTS PAY FOR THE INSU- •\ LATION IN A SHORT TIME, AND YOUR HOME WILL BE MORE COMFORTABLE TO LIVE IN WINTER AND SUMMER. WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO THE JOB. ELECTRIC HEATING... IN THE HISTORY OF COMFORT HEATING, FROM AN OPEN f IRE IN A CAVE THRU A FIREPLACE IN THE WALL THRU THE SPACE HEATER THRU THE AUTOMATIC FURNACE AS WE KNOW IT TO- DAY, ELECTRIC HEATING CAN BE IOOKED ON AS THE NEXT LOGICAL STEP IN DEVELOPING THE BEST, MOST COMFORTABLE HEATING SYSTEM KNOW. ALTHOUGH RELATIVELY NEW IN THIS AREA, THERE ARE ALREADY SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND ELECTRICALLY HEATED HOMES IN THE U.S.A. THERE ARE OLD HOUSES AND NEW HOUSES, BIG AND LITTLE HOUSES. Come To Our Open House & See! ion Co., Inc. <5us j»Mndh Jerry Uaneagr 214 N, JrVoodworth 321 S, Jents 1 S^tAfiUSi^M^^?^

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