The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 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 28, 1961
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Ann Vogel Is New Queen Of Bancroft Band Efanctofi — Ann Vogel was fleeted band queen for St. John's' high school. Ann is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Willis'Vogel and a senior at St. John's. 1 0th'er candidates wore Jo Anh Vaskc, daughter of Mr,'and Mrs. Leander Vaskc, Rita Hendrick- sbn, daughter of Mrs> Richard Chipman,, La Vonns Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, and Jean Hustemeier daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Kustdrneier. Shows: Honoree /• A dpscellaneoUS'shower honoring rSbrilyn Mulligan Was held Sunday in St. John's hall. Marilyn, who is employed at St.'-Joseph' hospital, will-be married to John Healey, Omaha. She is tht daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mulligan. ,.,. .-...'. Twin Succumbs '.-..• Mrs. May Dolan, received word of twin daughters born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Fort Dodge. The twins were identical and one died shortly after birth. Mrs.- Roberts was Maty Kay Dolan before her marirage ( Besides her parents and twin sister she leaves .her grandmother Mrs. May Dolan,, Bancroft, great- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hum, Ringsted. • - i . • Creamery Banquet - ' , •'. Those frorri here attending the creamery banquet ^at Plantation Ballroom, Whittembre, Thursday evening'were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schrandt, creamery manager board members and wives, Mr. atad Mrs. Gene Nurre, Mr.'and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lampe and ;JVTr. and Mrs. Ed Vaske, and creamery .employees Kenneth, Hildorfer, Dennis McCleish and 'Meredith Bergman. "';•• .. '.'•"• ".' ; Over 200 feed •; dealers and chicken dealers 'and employers •and their w.ives- attended a bar- "beque chicken dinner vat the Welp hatchery. Wednesday ever 'riing- .'•'''• . , V: 'A Menke ;family get-together was •. held Thursday evening -at the--Legion ;club .room honoring Mr. and Mrs. Otto Menke, Spokane, Wash., who are visiting relatives here. . , Mr. and Mrs,. Carl .Jpnsep.-.aricl How's This For A Real Catch ? s%i, , While .the World 'Series and football are in ^the air,, there are .siill sime good FISHING stories/and the'folks above give evidence J of one of them. ^ . -V • Pictured left to right are Mrs Al Bullock, Al Bullocft, Susan Bullock, age 9, Ray Alderson and Mrs, Alderson, all of Algona. In the foreground, is perhaps one of the finest collection of'walleyes caught this summer by acybne in this area. .... ' ' - .. • .''( I , ' • •-.;. • , The party drd^e;'1400trhiles; to* pjbre Lake;, Saskatchewan,' Canada, north pf' Prince Albert The* bought ;hbm'e,- f8| vj/alleye^ find itwp north- erns'.-The walleyes'averaged about : <5 pounds edcn. M'ost-werk caught close to the dock at the primitive lake camp, 80 miles from a telephone. They kept the fish in a trailer outfit enroute home, well iced. You aVe allowed tp bring, 16. fish each back from Canada. . • • '. family moved into the 'Laurence Kdmna residence, which trjey- recently purchased. Mr. • Je'riseri is employed at the Welp hatchery, Mrf ;and .Mrs. Don Schiltz' and daughter moved to Estherville where he.will be employed. Jqseph ,Welp, Jr., attending St, Thomas Academy,'St. Paul, spent the weekend with- his parents, the'J. ,H. ; Welps. '''.• Mr. and -.Mrs'.: Jack Lynch, Madisoij Lake, -, 'Minn., 'spent Thursday, evening • with-, their •daughteV,-' Mr. •;• and Mrs. : Marvin Becker;';'^. ;' ''!"; . ' .''• " Alice:,:Long, Chicago, spent a few days"} with': her parents,' the Art Longs. Alice was on a two week vacatipji.; She is employed as receptionist at Mercy hospital. Chicago.. • l a : '• , r $ '•-. '' ' * . • . : " ;;'^.<. ;; FALL ' • p . ' ':•' ..Stariiey , Olson'of Woden re cently!:- suffered ; spine injurie< that s \paralyze'd him from 'the waisVdqwn-Jwhen he fell 13 feet onto, a' steel, plate tat the Farmers .Cp^pjp i Eleya^o/1' in ;Hanlontown.' EdHildmansOf Observe 50th •Wesley .-r- Mr. ^and Mrs. Ed Hildmari:' will '.celebrate their golden wedding • anniversary ."Sunday, Oct. ! 8., A dinner for thefarri- ily will.-; be: held ;at noon in the parish hall, followed by- open house. V; - . Dr. 'and Mrs, Robert' Jongewaard -visited the Dr. .Warners in Minneapolis, Minn. Sunday, , : C.D.A. met Tuesday 1 'everjing, Sept.' 26. Josephine Gauge, 'Matilda' Goetz, Marian Youngwirth, Florence Hildman, Florence Kudej and Marie' Orthel •' were on £he serVing commiyee. Mary, Weber, Clara Erdmanj Berriice Vitzthum, Helen Youngwirth, Mary Kricps and Helen Plathe were on the entertainment committee. - ' , --.-";• A group of Algona Rebekahs were entertained Friday' evening by .the Wesley group in the IOOF hall. The '<• Algona .ladies presented a prpgram and tht Wesley ladies served lunch. ; Mr. and Mrs. Clem Uhlenhake qf Waterloo visited, briefly in the R.' C. Bauer home Friday. ? Mrsi-iLael Root left .Saturday for St. Louis, Mo. ;tp visit their daughter -Ellen and. family, Mf, and Mrs. '^Richard Murphy arid Mary Teresa. The St; Joseph's Guild held their regular meeting Tuesday evening. A report of the , annuai turkey dinner was' given. Bridge ,and 500 were played. Lunch was served by Circle 6. The next meeting will -be on the third Tuesday of•! pc.tober^ • ( ':": Mesdames Charles and' Luther Nygaard, Robejt Jones and Olive 'Erdma.ii and Katherine Haiiptly attended an all-day" seminar at the Methodist church in Ruthven Friday. , • .'.-.-: ;'-,• I;.; ' WSCS ' will "meet in the Methodist church Wednesday -afternoon, Oct.' 4. Hostesses will be D'Loras Price, Edna Flom, Marjorie Hemmingsen and Anriie .Haynes; devotions by'Cora Smith and lesson by Dol6res ( < Madseri, * Rev', and Mrs. Robert Jones arid, daughters attended ,the wed} be here toinorrow! Starting tomorrow at your Ford Dealer's, you will discover a line of. Fords so long, so new; so varied that everyone will find his personal Ford—the car that fits his pleasure and needs precisely! m For those who want a true luxury car, there are two distinguished new. series of Galaxies— both swift as a rumor, silent as a.secret/With Thunderbird styling, and quality that sets a hew industry standard, the 1962 Galaxies give you every essential feature of far costlier cars. • If you are looking for economy without compromise, .look to America's favorite compact: this year there are more Falcons than ever tp choose from— 13 in all. • Wagon fanciers will find unprecedented variety—from a new wagon that seats eight tp a Falcon Squire Wagon with'.the rich woodlike finish of the fariious Country Squire. • Pick the Ford-in your future with ; this confidence:, every 1962 Ford is built to 'a standard of quality so high,will change'a.11,your : ideas of, how'fine, how quiet, how endunng a car can be. CALAXIE/500 CUIB VICTORIA (foreground) " it easier than ever to raove «p to fine-car changes and minor fabrication* Bratei GALAXIE TOWN SEPAN (backgrowd) Jux.ury-at the low Fprsl price, All Galaxie* adjust themselves automatically,. * '.'The Calaxie/SQO-new in name, new *re beautifully built to be more service- -• In luxury-is for those who want all of the free. They go 30,000 miles between major elegant extra*. TUe 1962 CaJaxie wake* JwbrieaUQiis, §,000 wile* between oil JTAICON SQUIRE WACO?T.. . Br»n4 new for "&, V* rteek *n,4 lophisticated. Inside, it is available with Futur* bucket seat* woodlike ftcel tide pandiuj. Features of the futurg-now FALCON FORDOR SEDAN ... Just one of 13 Falcons for 1902, this 4-door sedan has an improved version qf lh^ Falcon $b( engine that last spring recorded the best gas mfieage for a Six or Eight jn the 25- year history of the Mobilga* KfNT MOTOR COMPANY, AlOONA, IOWA 3?0 IA!T 5TATI STRUT 5Y 4-3184 ding of a hloce ahd o6Us!n, Kath* leen Fishef, daughter of Mr^and Mrs. Richard Fishbf of Appiirig- ton, and Larry Boots of Durndtit Suhday, Sept. 17 at DUrttofe Mt young couple wiil^ive-lri Hafrip- ton. Mrs. Jones ahd daughters, attended a shower for the now bride Saturday afternoon at Eagle Grove. Mrs. ^ Leila Jordan, whd' is employed in Des Moines, ahd htt son Alan, who is attending Drake _ University there, spent the week' end with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Wester. The Corwith-Wesley schools were closed Monday,' The teachers "attended a Haricock county institute at Garner. ; Mrs. Mag Bleich attended a pot luck dinner of the Kbss-uth Historical Society in the ; armory at the Algona fairgrounds • last week. ' • . ''• Louis Martin is now statioried at Jacksonville,.Fla. where he'is attending a naval, school of aer* oriautic electronics. He had be6n transferred fom San Diego, Cal, where his brother, Irwin, is at-, tending a naval radio. school, They are sons of Mr, and Mrs. Reese Martin, '. ; The Neighborhood Birthday Club met Saturday • at the Fred RasmUssen honie in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Rasrhussen and Mrs. John Richter. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jongewaard, Mr. and 1 Mrs. A. J. Discher and son, Mr,'and Mrs. Arvin Larson and Diarie, Mr." and Mrs. Cliff Carlson, Mr..and Mrs. Garel. Leek, Mr. and 'Mrs. Lou Simpson, Maynard Swanson and ,Mrs. Gertrude Swansph; metn,- 'tiers of the Homebuildefs o^ the Evangelical Free church gave Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wattier > a^4 family a housewarming "in iheir home in Minneapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Le<5 _Goetz 're-i I port a new grandson, ( Andrew Lee, 1 born Sept. 19'tOrMr 1 . and Mrs. James Gpetz "Who, li^ve -in Munich, Germany. Th'ey have' an-other small son, Randy. Jim fs in the army. » Mr. and Mrs. Leo'Goetz 'aha' family visited/ 'thejr daughter and sister,. Mrs. -Dennis Vitzthufn and family r at Aurelia^The Vitzthum family are rndving to Rock Rapids where he is employed iri 'a meat market. • ^ ' The boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vitzthum Sept; 13'In the Britt hospital was baptized in St. Joseph's Catholic, church l?y Father Wm. Phillips : arid was named- Duane Edward. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ricke were spori- 'sors'and .were, dinner guests , in the Vitzthum home. , "•' >' I Mf. and Mrs. PrtA word Sunday guests in the Antoh Rasmusscn- home in Eagle Jame* ' Allen Marniltbrt was bro'u&ht Home Saturday from th(5 Britt hospital where he was borti Sept, 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton. Mrs. Hamilton had corne home several days earlier. Mrs. lilm Bleich arid infant soni JohH Adblphj were brought to the fteese Martin horrfe Saturday frorri St. Ann hospital, Al- goria, where the infant was born Sept. 17. :Mrs. Bleieh i<i the for' mer Carol Martin and this is their first' childi Mrs. Mag Bleich is very prpud of her 'first grandchild, • :•• ' Engagement Of Ledyard Girl Is Announced Ledyard — Mr, and Mrs, Otto Richter of. Elmore announce the engagement of their daughter, LaVonne Alberta, 'to John Her-, bert Eichhorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl. Eichhdrn of, Elmore. Miss Richter'-is a 1961' graduate of the 'Ledyard. Community 'school and Eichhorn Is a graduate of the Elmore school. He-is engaged in fanning hear Elmord. October.28-has. been chose'n as the wedding.- date.. was released from Buffalo Center hospital Monday. She hat! been a medical patient there for a week. Thursday Sept. 28, 1961 Afgono (la.) Upper DM Mefn«-*3 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Oct. 3. The Gold Star mothers will be guests of the unit. Mrs. Marvin Lloyd is to be the hostess and Mrs. Carlyle Engclby and Mrs. Alvin Buseh arc in charge of program arrangements. Sunday dinner guests at the J. F. Sullivans were Mr, and Mrs. Julius Johnson and Patrick Sullivan, all of Humboldt. Mrs. Albert Barnes was released from Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday. Darwin Jorgenson, student ai Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, visited the parental Earl Jorgenson home over the weekend. Carol Ann Runksmeicr, student at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, • Minn., visitcq with her parents, the Orville Runksrr.oiers ,over the weekend. I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ternes, Mrs. Mildred Ternes and Wayne and Melnnie Hanson of Shot-burn, Minn, were at the home of Mrs. Mildred Ternes' parents, the C. E. Kollasches a.t Whittemore, Thursday night 'where they ana other relatives, the Orville Kol- lasches and family of Esthervillc and the Charles Kollasches of Milwaukee, helped them observe their fifty-eighth wedding anniversary. Beth Vriesen, small daughter of ; Rev. and Mrs. Victor Vriesen, Riverdale No. 1 4-H Elects September 21 Riverdale Rustlers Unit lelected officers: President, Bernadette Hilbert; vice president, Kristine Plathe; Sec.- Treas., Charlcne Thtlgesi Historian, Lenora Hilbert; Reporter; Corinnc Bormann; Photographer, Kristine Plathe; Music, Connie Bormann; Librarian, Paula Thilgcs. Mrs. Alvin Klien and Mrs. Ted Hilbert attended 4-H Leaders Training. Lunch was served by Charlene and Paula Thilges and their motto r. Local Church Ta Mr. and Mrs. Knute Orton, Baptist missionaries from central Africa, will present their work Sunday, Oct. 1, at 10:45 a.m. and 8 p.m. in the Regular. Baptist church here. The public is invited to attend. The Ortons recently returned after four years in France and Africa. Mr. Orton is a son of Mrs, Myrna Orton oi Algona. ';", REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Oes Moin»s Pub. Co., Algona. .,,.; 'S Gems of the week! MEN'S 'THERMAL UNDERWEAR i , "Warmth without Bulk" ; Rtg. $3.69 , per Top-wM I* , Bottom V , I,' \ EACH MEN'S INSULATED UNDERWEAR Regular .';•« $9-95 , Sale priced MEN'S ZIP-OFF HOOD PARKAS SIZES 36 TO 50 »10.00 Each DIAMOND'S! , .NW. IOWA JACKET HEADQUARTERS PEOPLE WHO .•'"• . ••.-;:••". -• •-«•• • ; --, J .'->--. •-.,-: •: •.--• ...:..•.' A Buy at Read's Furn. he. 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