The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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Thursday, Sept. 21, 1961 Afgdna (fa.) Upper New 4-H Year Pla EfcLivtHlre t; •1* 1 1 .,.•,•' /*» t* j ,.p;0.< i Worker , funeral services , !wette , heljd Monday mbming at Sacred 'Heart churcli in Livermore.'for - Fort AS ihe nsw extension year begins, Dean Barn is, left, county extension director, Avis_ Leilow, center, county extension home economist, and t Robel'l Johnson, right, extension associate, got together recently ^o studj^the results of-last year's'program'and formulate plans for the new, i/ear. At the present, ithe trio-is finishing up the coun ,yvvide State 4-H Camp drive for funds and checking,4-H project record books after recently havlng..'a Very busy time of during ithe Kossuth County' Fair. (UDM Engraving) •;' ' •" . * Wed At Whiitemore Mr and Mrs Patrick Morgan are pictured above following their wedding-which "took place Sept. 2 in St. Michael's Catholic church,' Whittemore. Fr. Philip Dailey performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch, Algona, and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Mike Mergen, Whittemore. Mr Mergen is with the U. S. Marine Corps and stationed at Olathe, Kan. where the couple will make their home. A complete wedding story appeared in last week's Upper Des Moines. (Glsnn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) DeVereNewfons OfQttosen Wed25 Years Ottosen — Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Newton celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 17, with open house at their home in the afternoon and evening. Their four sons, Monte, Donald, Jerry and Jimmy, were hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Newton were married Sept. 13, 1938 at Thoi by Rev. Thorsen," Mr. and Mrs Lester Newton, their attendants, were also present at the anniversary. A program was given in the afternoon. Rev. Harold Mountain gave the devotions. Linda Lenning read'a poem and Mrs. Mountain gave a group of readings. Rosemary Newton presided at the guest book where about 200 were registered. Mrs. Helmei 'Leaning served th6 punch and Mrs. James Lenning poured. TJie cake was made by ( Mrs. Martin Meyer. , • Mrs. Newton's mother, Mrs. Lillie Lenning of Dakota City and her aunt, Miss Petrq Heir vik of McAllen, Texas, attended. About twenty-five relatives and the hostesse.s were supper guests at the Newton home. The kitchen hostesses were Mr?.' Ql- vin Havjg, Mrs- Oscar OppedahJ. Mrs. I?nut Oppedahl, Mrs. How- aid Hejlickson and Mrs. Fred Kampen. ' Blanchard Reunion Mr. end Mrs. Chester Alme and Mr. and M/s. Alfred. Schult? entertained 54 members of the Blanchard family Sunday at the Ahne home. Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn of Orlando, Fte. were' the honpred guests. Other guests were Mrs. Maud* Blenchardj Mr. arid Mrs. tfarlan Blanchard, end, family, Mp, and Mrs. Blanchard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard and family of Lone. Rock, Mr, ana Mrs. John Sones of Sioux Rap. ids, the Tom Sones family ot Marathon, Mr. and Mrs. Darrcl Brugman and family of Webb, Mr, and Mrs. Art Bofenkamp of Storm Lake, the Roger Madsen family of Graettinger, the Wendell Steven family of Laurens f the Gordon Blanchard family oi Mason City, the. Eugene Blanchard family of Omaha, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson 01 Algona. Mrs. Maude Blanchard and all nine of her children were together for the first time in several years. A party with a pot luck picnic dinner was held at the Commercial Club building for Mr. and Mrs, Herman Veerkamp ot Blooming Prairie, Minn. They are former residents of this community/ Attending from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bruellman and family, Mr, and Mrs. George Bruellman, Eugene Bruellrnan, and Ivan Schmidt of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kemna and family, Victor Meyer and three children. Mr. and Mrs. Kermii Fowler and Eldon Meyer, Ivar Evenson and Stephen, Mrs. W. G. Cooper returned Saturday from a trip to visit her daughter and family at Scotts Bluff, Nebr. ' The UPW met Friday aftei- tjopn with Mrs. Essie Cooper as hostess. • She also read scripture Mrs.- Ralph Richards read front "Concern," Thursday evening visitors at the Ralph Jacobsons to help Mrs Jacobson, celebrate her birthday were Mr, and Mrs. Ponald Larson, Mrs- Berta Jacobson • and Arland and Mr- and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and family, Wednesday evening suppei guests at the Donald Larsons were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Larson and. daughters of Bode, Mr. and Mrs, Jim jacobson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad- Johnson and sons and Ronald Vinaas, They celebrated Ronald's birthday, and it was a farewell for Diane Larson,' daughter of- the Gordon Larsons who will attend SUI at Iowa City. \ ' Rev. and Mrs. Harold -Mountain, Mrs. .Ivan Evenson, Ruth Usher, Mrs. Merle Holt, Mrs. Charles Welter and Mrs.' Leo Tofteberg 1 attended the Sunday •School Teachers Institute at the First; Lutheran church at' Hum-, boldt, Sunday.- ; ..•••': A Silver T,ea was held at the Presbyterian church at . Liver- 'more Wednesday affernoori. Attending from here were Mrs. Earl Long, Mrs. Roy, Telford. Mrs. Joseph Leitl, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk anc' Mrs. Ralph Richards. -' .. ; , Dwayne Hauge : Was thirteev years old , Sunday, Afternoon gue.sts at the Olvin.'Hauge homt for' the occasion' were Mr. anr 1 Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth^ and fairs '.ly, Mr, and Mrs.'"Jaijnes Barber and family of West Bend and Mr and Mrs. Mount O. Kir\seth arir farjrjly of Algona.' i'^i V-Mf. and Mi's. Eugene Blancifj* ard and family pf Omalla, Nebr were weekend guests at the A! fied Schultz home. FILING CABINETS, 2, 3. '4 drawer, also -combination filing-storage cabinois in var- - iety of sizes. Office Supply Dept.,- Upper Des Moinea •Pub. Co., Algona. 'Sweeney, 68,'who died 'urday at Mercy hospital) Dodge. ' , The. Lindhart funeral hom6, Humboldt, was in charge of the final arrangements. Father Ipeter Sturm of Sacred Heart conducted the last rites. Burial was ^irt M*t .Cclvflry cemetery. 1 , ,' Miss Sweeney served as Liv- ermo're .town clerk, worked 'at the post office 20 years ,apd then was with.. the 'Livermore. State Bank for some time. • She was born June 16. 1893 Ih Grove township t ( tp ^ Margarej. Murphy ^ Sweeney and Owen v J. Sweene'y ( - She ,' was raised, isrtd- educated, at; ,I]iyermoreV.' . |j \ .Miss SweVney'whs a' t iflcfniber of Sacred .Heart -Cath6hd Church at LiVer'mpre. , " { •'*'*'•,?; Hei/> survivors' include ,|trtii brothers, Prank 'of West Bend, Charles of Grand Rapids, Peter of Livermore, Ray t of Fpri ( Dodge and Eugene of Britt; tw.p sisters, Mrs.' Sad,ifc- /Scot£,'';Fdn Dodge ahd 'Mrs. Margaret. Powers, Fort-'Dodge; a number oi nephews, and nieces; Pallbearers were Dennis,, Edward < and C h a r 1 e s Sweeney, Charles Powers, Harold Scott and Wm. Quealy., . : ! ,./ ( .-i_ : . Miss Sweeney was,-preceded in. death by her parents and three brothers. WING , Sept. 22 f m i ; CARBON, PAPERS, office supply •.: dept., ' -Upper -Des' Moines Pub. Cb., Algona. HAMBURGERS BUNS .MIRACLE WHIP MOBILE ...ALL YOU NEED FOR BETTER BUNWICHES PRE-SEASOSS! OFFER $94.50 RADSON MOISTURE TESTER Most accurate, easiest to use moisture tester ever built for farm use. It's here — the first car for 1962 — the new OLDSMOBILE and F-85. See these wonderful new cars this Friday at Dau's Garage in Algona. This is Algona's first car showing of , the year and you'll see why — for Oldsmobile again leads the field. Bring mom, bring the kids and view the terrific new "OLDS FOR '62". • , Oldsmobile Introduces a New Styling Motif, New Highs In Engine Performance and a New Concept in Product Reliability! Free Coffee and Doughnuts all Day! We'll be serving coffee and doughnuts for your refreshment pleasure too. the new highlights that will make Oldsmobile the pacesetter for 1962. See Moat economical, safest complete crop drying system ever designed. TH1 BIGGEST BIN BARGAIN EVERI Act now to get more dollars for your crops . , . and a $94 60 Radson, Moisture Tester to boot. This valuable instrument teUe you when crops are ready to harvest . . , saves you dockage at the elevator even helps you make more accurate yield-per-acre estimates n^? d A^? U if?J, a R ADSON tester free if you order your -SIOUX- DBI-AtL PIN now (any size over 3.000 bushels). Thia completa drying system increases your harvest profits in several ways: It lets you harvest earlier to reduce field losses and lessen chance, of weather 'SSntiV 1 tQ *«ke .advantage of top market! prices? And Exclusive -SIOUX, engineering cuts your dryfrfg «*to'*Me it multiplies your 9 80UwJe8t ' "^ *«» Wflrt •c Stop in today, geethe -SIOUX. M us show its out« *94.§Q RADSON -^ THIS OFFiR ? WiEKS ONtY ^ ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO, Highway 18 i«it CY 43374 Watch for the 1962 Rambler-Coming Oct. 6 Oldsmobile & Rambler Sales & Service A t G Q N A IOWA , ReadaboutlheNew 1962 , F-85 and Oldsmobile! ; _-The il062 Oidsmobile. 88's and 08'sr along with an ail ftew Starfire Coupe'an <F, the 1962 Oldsmdbile F-Sft'sj will go t>ft.saIeN at Dan's Garage in Algona, beginning FrET day, Sep ( t. 22, > * • • *" Jack F. Wolfram, general manager of- pidsmdbiie ahd a,vice president of Gen^ eral MotorSj' said that the new' full-size t Oldsmobiles will feature a dramatic hew* styling siljiotiette ( witlv a longer, loweC sportier lo($,} outstanding engine per«» formance and quality and, reliability un^matched in Otdsniobile history. • » "Ths fresh new''proflies df our ' 1962 88'* aWd 98'$,'' Wolfram said, -r "has been achieved through complete- .„ ly different front ahdi rear, .sfyllrig, ^ new fender lines, and new 'crisp roof «* designs." . - • ;•';";'. : : ; . ; : •..'.* "The advanced roof ; styling," he:colt** tinned, "is typical in our new 98 Holiday.-^., Sports Sedan which combines the eye ap- peal of a Holiday coupe with the conveni*-"-'- cnce and utility of a four-door model." Wolfram emphasized that the new Olds^,..;" mobiles are even quieter, more comfort- able and smootlier in operation this year. _.„ jsq Pointing out that Oldsmobile's top -• performing four-stage Hydra-Mafic "', transmission has been Improved again .......J for 1962, he explained that a new -; "pressure-compensated shift pattern" provides a smoother-than-ever transi- ** lion between the four speed ranges. And, on the full-size cars, the Hydra* • Matic utilizes a new concept—counter-phased gear sets — which virtu- " ally eliminate gear noise even in neutral. "New highs in Oldsmobile engine performance for 1962 result from several im«..- portant design improvements," Wolfram continued. "A new 'Combustion chamber shape and higher (10.25 to 1) compression' ratios in the Rocket engine step up power- and performance throughout all driving * ranges. These improvements in engine,, efficiency, coupled with 'lowered rear axle • gear ratios, increase fuel economy con-v siderably." "In the case of the Dynamic 88," he con-.,. tinued, "it's ultra-high compression 280- horsepower Rocket engine delivers a substantial increase in performance as well^, ,as increased miles per, gallon on premium- grade gasolines." (A 260-horsepower Roc-, ket engine with an 8.75 to 1 compression ratio is available as an option at no extra',".'. cost for those who prefer to use regular- grade gasoline.) ' .... ' M "In line with Oldsmobile's concept of increased reliability," Wolfram said, "the i ;-• ^1962 Oldsmobile chassis, including front"". 11 suspension,, steering linkage, propeller . shaft, generator and distributor, will not need further lubrication under normal op^" . crating conditions." "This is also true of the new tapered roller bearings which replace the ball-type wheel bearings for greater durability in-" the full-size Oldsmobile for 1962," Oldsmobile's general manager also said that a self-adjusting feature has been incorporated in the power braking systems of the full-size 1962 Oldsmobiles. This feature automatically compensates for brake lining wear by adjusting the clearance be- •— tween lining and drum, eliminating , v the need for frequent brake adjust- , ments. "These improvements," Wolfram said, "along with Oldsmobile's determination to build a car of superiority, are designed for greater customer satisfaction through . greater product reliability." Along this line Wolfram explained that Oldsmobile recently appointed a Reliability Director, reporting directly to the general manager. He is charged with the responsibilities of inspection, quality con-" trol, and "whatever it takes to build a car as faultless as it is humanly possible." Greater distinction between all series of 1962 Oldsmobiles has also been achieved through the use of different moulding treatment and identifying insignia, while interior trim designs and materials have been developed specifically for each. New instrument panels also carry individual series identification. Seventeen body styles are offered in the 1962 Dynamic 88's, Super 88's and 98's. Fifteen exterior colors and six harmonizing interior combinations are offered, all of them of durable; high-luster acrylic lacquer. The new Cutlass Convertible, like its companion model, the Cutlass Couple, will be equipped with all-Morocceen interiors, front bucket seats and Cutlass 185 ultrahigh compression, aluminum V-8 engine. "For 1962," Wolfram continued, "we have made further styling refinements a.nd mechanical improvements. In addition, Oldsmobile's increased emphasis on quality and reliability designed for even greater customer satisfaction, places the F-85 in a class by itself in the low-price field." In 1962,'for the first time, all F-85 models will be equipped with a heater and defroster as standard equipment. Easy installation of seat belts is provided by reinforced brackets, which will also be standard. In addition to the newly-introduced convertibles, the Oldsmobile F-85 line includes for 1962: An F-85 four-door sedan; four-door, two-seat station wagon; four- ' door, three-seat station wagon, and a club coupe; an F-85 deluxe four-door sedan and a deluxe four-door, two-seat station wagon, and the very popular Cutlass Sports Coiipe.

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