The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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•a* 1 Hurt In Wesley Crash The 1 completely wrecked auto* shown Here was driven by Michael J. Cruise, 17, .Wesley, when it collided auto driven by Cora O. L'arsori; 57, Ottosen a' mile north, of Wesley at 4:15 p.m. Monday. Cruise suffered a bump on the head and ,was knocked out in the mishap. He was treated: at the Brltt hospital-for his injury. '.,.,,. The mishap occurred at the intersection of a county road blacktop and a new portion of highway 18 which is under construction and not operi for traffic. The Cruise auto was headed north on the county road and the other car was headed: west on highway 18 at the time. Damage to the'Larson auto was estimated at $750 by Patrolman'Charles Bird and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. • -Bird charged Cruise with failing to yield the right-of-way. (Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst Photo T- UDM Engraving) . Betty Leasing Is Bride Sftd RGLO radio and TV; Mason City, will beconie news difectof for a radio and TV atatibh at! LaCrbsse, Wisc, f Oct. 1. The wedding 'is planned 'for Nov. 5. (UDM Engraving) District Court Session Ends During Week A jury of eight women and four men found for the defendant, Willa Ruth Bdldwin, in a damage case brought by Joseph M. Fox as the district court term came to a close here during the past week. The jury deliberated five hours Wednesday night, Sept. 20, before denying liability on the part of the defendant. The case was a result of a mishap on a construction project on lighway 9 in the Ledyard viein- y some .time ago. The jury's ruing indicated Fox, who was iruck by an auto driven by_ the efendant, caused the accident vhen he stepped from behind an bstruction into the path of the chicle. There was one way traffic in ie area at the time. The Baldwin uto had been given a go-ahead ignal by a flagman and the de- endant claimed it was impps- ible to stop in time to keep 'from itting Fox. t . Two new cases w;ere filed in istrict court during the week. George Wagner, plaintiff, is ask- ng $587.27 damages from Norert Frideres, defendant, the re- ult of a mishap northwest of St. oe. Wagner's petition states that is, auto and a tractor driven by Viiliam Frideres, Son of the de- endant, collided after the tractor ntered the country road from a arm lane. . *)* In the other matter, Betty 'ipple charges cruel and inhu- ian treatment in a petition in rhich she seeks a divorce from toward Tipple. Mr. and Mrs. 'ipple were married at Jackson, linn, in 1945. The plaintiff, asks." ustody of four minor children. Pictured above is Betty Lensing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Lensing of Bancroft, who became the bride of Kenneth Frideres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres of Alt;ona, in a ceremony Sept. 1G at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft, as reported in lust week's paper. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high and has been employed as receptionist in the office of Drs. Schutter and Koob in Algona. The bridegroom is as- sockitcd with the S & L store in Algonn. Following a wedding trip to Colorado the couple is now at home in Algona. (Glen's Studio foto—UDM Engraving) Three Are Hurt And 3 Charged In Area Wrecks Area wreckers continued to be kept busy during the week—a they have for a month or more us the 1 rash of auto mishaps con tinuud to plague drivers contin ually. Fortunately, only three persons, Michael fCruise, Wesley, Jeivy Pilcher, Ajgona and Salem Mustola, Detroi(, Mich., received injuries during I the past seven days. Details or the Cruise mishap will be foimd elsewhere in today's UDM. Young Pilcher, 14, suffered head lacerations when a car driven by Kent Immerfall, 15. Algona, crashed into a tree on the parking of the Eugene Abbott home at the intersection of Overmeyer Drive and Minnesota street Saturday. Pilcher was rushed to Dr. R. K. Richardson where he was treated. City police who investigated the crash charged Immerfall with failing to have control of his vehicle and failing to have a driver's license. Greg Arrowood, another passenger in the auto, was uninjured. Damage to the auto was estimated at $300 and a tree, struck by the auto, suffered $150 damage. Mustola, 49, suffered injuries to his right knee and right side when he fell from the auto he was driving on a washboard gravel road a mile west of Cor- ivith at 12:05 p.m. Thursday. He was headed v/est, applied his irakes, the car jumped sideways and the door flew open, allow- ng him to fall on the road. The auto then went across an intersection, into a ditch and through fence into a bean field. Damage to the auto was slight. An Algona man, Leonard L Pesicka, 35, was fined $10 and costs in Mayor Shierk's court lere for failing to have control of nis vehicle as a result of a mis- hup a fourth-mile north of St Joe on highway 169 at 11:40 a.m Thursday. Pesicka and Larry M. Anderson, 2G, Des Moines, driver of the other vehicle involved, were headed north at the time. Pesicka began a left turn and the crash resulted, according to Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who investigated. Damage to the Des Moines auto • was estimated a $500. LaRee Olson To Wed Nov. 5 The engagement and approach ing marriage of LaRee Olson Fairmont, Minn., daughter c Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Olson, A: gona, to Paul Morsch, Fairmon son of Mrs. Doris Morsch, ru been announced. Miss Olson, Fairmont high school gradual has been employed at the Fail mont Sentinel office. Morse former announcer with KSUM Algona Couple Wed Sept. 10 At Lotts Creek Zulabel Almarie Ankenbauer, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. *A. V!« 3ayer of Des Moines, became the >ride of David Larry Erickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 2rickson of Algona, in a ceremony Sept. 10 in the Immanuel jUtheran church at Lotts Creek. lev. A. E. Vehling officated at he ceremony. M. P. Shormann was organist and Patricia Schneider, soloist Leola June Wolf was maid f honor and Diane Markla, >ridesmaid. Sheryl Leib was lower girl and Larry Wolf, ring- jearer. Fred Erickson was best man and Vern Reisner, groomsman. Dan Wolf and Larry Dreyer eated the guests. The bride was given in marriage by her brother William Ankenbauer. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held n the church parlors. Jean Becker and Mary Arndorfer registered the guests. Mrs. William An- cenbauer and Mrs. Larry Dreyer cut the cake; Karen Seller and Donna Reefer served; and Cheryl Immerfall, Evelyn James and Jo Ann Klemme were in charge o« .he gifts. Waitresses were Lucille ade, Karla Kinnick and Joyce Patrick. The bride is a 1960 graduate of Algona high school and is employed with the Iowa Highway Olivers Examiner office here. The bridegroom is a 1957 Algona high school graduate ana attended Dunwoodie Industrial Institute in Minneapolis. He is employed at Ken's Auto Service. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills, South Dakota, the couple is at home on a farm near here. John Harold' Kossuth County Council of Education will open its'council'year, in Algona next Wednesday' evening, with a smorgasbord dinner starting at 6:30 in the Annex, followed by a program on which John Harold will be a featured speaker. Mr Harold, formerly superintendent at Cedar Falls, is the new/executive secretary of the state teachers' organization. Kossuth County Council representatives are as follows: Algona — Edgar Meyer, Walter McBride,- Mrs Janet Andreason; Mary Hays and Judith Whitehurst.' Bancroft — Mrs Madeline Lovstad. • ',' •' " . 1'' V-' . ' • Burl — Harley Hanson, Mrs Alice Anderson and Mrs Harold Martin. Grant «-i Pearl Higgins. ,< , ;; *•••'• Lokato — Charles Perrin arid Mrs t Clara Hassle. ' Ledyard — Eldon Fain, Vernon Anderson and Lloyd 'Ogilyie. LuVern'e — Howard Smith arid Mrs Lavon .Mallory. .,..-. ' Senlral — .Robert Burkgren, Mrs Robert Weisbrod and Mrs Lawrence Pingel. T«wKr^.Ha«ey, .benftiani wai* ter Hansbir; ''Shirley TJarks ' arid Merlin Schrtll. *', •,'>• , , y - J Whitteftfftl — Julie Gagfioft., .. Mr Harold,'» widely kflpwri f6* His Writing oft 'edUcStiOrtal top-fcs 1 . He now heads an ofgan'teation, of 25,000 public school staff'members in the > state/ Anyone • interested' is welcome' td attend. . y Rites Held Here Funeral' services Ipf, Afmette Hoover, 2, daughter df '-Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hoover, Titonka, were held in McCullough's Funeral Chapel at 10:30 a.m. Tues" day. Rev. ,Max Goldman of Ti* tonka officiated and burial followed at Eastlawrt Memorial Gardens here. The'little girl-died Sunday night. She is survived by her parents, a brother arid a sister. - . .. • Federated Women The Sixth District convention of the Iowa Federation of Women's .Clubs will be held Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Thompsbn school auditorium, Starting at 9 a.m. There will be lunch at noon, Top Percussion Group Appears Here Oct. 30 • The appearance of .Dick Schory, RCA; recording' star and" his troup of 19-talented musicians, will kick-off the 1961-'62 Kossuth' Community Concert. As- Thursday thru Saturday "fiat- tie At Bloody Beach" • 7:00 and 10:00. "Upstairs And Downstairs" 8:30. Saturday matinee," Cartoons at 1:30.' "Battle At Bloody B'eacli at 2:00. Sunday "Please Turn Over" 1:40-5:00-8:20. "Marines Let's Go" 3:1.5-6:30^9:55. • . . Monday 'thru Wednesday "Marines Let's Go" 7:00 and 10:00 "Please Turn "Over at 8:40. THURS. THRU SATURDAY HERE COME THE FIGHTING FURIES OF THE PACIFIC! ALGONA 2 'NEW. FEATURES She's so nice to have around the house! MYLENE DEMONGEOT •SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY- At 1:30 — "BATTLE AT BLOODY BEACH" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS : Hobby Show Set Here Oct. 27 The Extension Family Living Committee will again sponsor a public Hobby Show on October 27 from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. in the Algona Hotel Ballroom. New hobbies will be featured this yeai and the family Living Committee will sponsor a display on gifts to make for Christmas. Avis Lettow, county extension home economist, requests that anyone having a hobby to display contact her at the County Extension Office soon. This will be a part of the Family Living program which includes the leader training lessons for organized women's groups iii Kossuth County. Corwith Supper The Corwith Methodist church will serve a smorgasbord supper next Wednesday evening, Oct. 4. A detailed menu will be found in the classified ad section in today's paper. "MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, alt »im, colon — Upper Pe» Pub. Co., Continuous Sunday From 1:30 Sunday Thru Wednesday - 2 New Hits! ALGONA THOSEFlGHTIH'.LOVIN'tiAmRMCKS - ARE TAKING OFF ON FURLOUGH ••FOR GIRLS, GIMS.GIRR! SECOND HILARIOUS FEATURE THE TlTJlLATlNG , 1 TALE OF A \\ Tfepwto«rcof "ferry ft Km" DM 8ta< * fhwe, «th*vttttffflftp#«B &r% al^feH.-the'f^rieatil^aor., _ tiif ^IfltSft-lWWWp.^ V5R' ••*''^» ettteti6rV>'s diet .yfth». provi! all 6vfif ; tn6 edt ing'toUrt''tKftt• '.have?- .1h?l«d slaps' at many urifvefsitiesiimd • colleges.* The fdfriWi*" Chtfage* Symphony, dfummei 1 , and"'COhv Janyvwfll present a 'UhlaUe arid Original ShiM In 'the high School auditorium," Scene" of alPAsspdlft-' tion concerts.- The', membership drive this year. resulted in a sell-out arid there are no mpre tickets available for 'the series, except to newcomers who have moved to this' area since the drive ended. Mrs.* Newton-Coughenour can be contacted- By such newcomers who wish-'to secure season tic- 1 kets.' ' , MIRACLE WHIP ...ALL YOU NEED FOR BETTER BUNWICHES X 111 E. Call S». 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