The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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(1e.) Uppif Pes fhurtdoy, 6#8fefi> S, 1961 Seniors Name Annual Staff AtLakotaHi •, ,The senior class, with Mrs. Kiewiet as advisor, Has organized their annual staff and have started working on the 1962 Eaglite. The annual staff is as follows: editor, Juanita Cordes; layout staff, Kathy Peterson, Marvin Heidecker and Harold Bauman; photographers, Dean .Christ and Dennis Weririga; an- ,'hual sales. Roger Newman, Clare ^Barrett, Elaine Anderson and •Rita Weringa; and ad sales, Albert .Beck*' 1 . T/nrry Becker, Paul Geilenfeltli UV.d Kent Gerzema. , Named To Board -, Supt. Jo>tt Cook »-•« elected ia reoresen 1 <:iv.? coun. "i member :\ot the Iowa Girls High School •'Athletic Union. There are three (.directors for each of the four •.'districts of Iowa, making 12 in '"ail. ^District Meeih." .( Lorraiie, .ottinty librar- ,ian, anc Carolyn Lfey attended a Future Teachers Association Dis- itrict Convention-at-Algona Sat- ,urday. Election of District officers for the Coming year held. . ; -Junior Social The junior' class held a social Saturday evening for the entire high school'student-body. It was ( well attended with recreation ' provided for r in - .the'; form ol dancing, ping-pong, and bad- miriton. Their, "purpose was to help provide;'for funds for Jr. activities during, the coming year. Shower Honoree Luella Price was'honored with a shower Sunday afternoon, Oct. 1, at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Former classmates, with 'Mrs. Edward Wibben in charge, gave the program. The opening devp- '• .tioris were given by Rev. Mein- eekei, Mrs. Hex .Larsoft re&d the stafV of Ltielia's life. >, .- ' ' 1 ArfOwyti Erdahl sang two s"e lectidhS, Mrs. Fred 0.' Socket gave a'reading and Mrs. Jfyle •Riptsentrop gave a poem. " Following the program the honoree opened her many lifts, after which lunch was served bj the hostesses, Mrs. Otto, Hertzke, Mrs, John V. Dorenbush, Mrs. Bill Griesej-Mrs. Maynard Hertzke, Mrs. Alvin Boettcher, Mrs. Ray Backer, Mrs. Henry Clark* en, Mrs. Ivan Roelfsema, Mrs. Milton Trassemeiv Mrs, Robert Koilasch, ,Mrs. Don Kdllasch, Mrs. John Roelfsema, Mrs. John Wibben, and Mrs. Arnold Becker.' 'X' v !; " • •' • • Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith vis' ited at the home of their son and family the Vernon Smiths Sunday. They helped their grandson celebrate a birthday. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Heetland and family and Mr. arid Mrs. DeVere Smith and family of Elmore.' •; .American 'Legion Auxiliary met Monday at the home ot Edith Schroeder, with Leona Heetland assistant hostess. There Were ten ladies present. The membership report was given by Kay Ruby, Jacky Stecker gave the program. ' Broomstick favors were made to be sent to Woodward hospital. Special music Was provided by Leona Heetland at the piano and Edith Schroeder at the organ. Lunch was served by; the hostesses. ••' Mrs. AAna Gilchrist of Emmetsburg visited with her .sister, Mr. and Mrs.'Walter .RosneaU last Thursday. Brief cail=rs were Mrs. Gilchrist's daughter and friends of Cylinder. ( .' Visitors, at : thei J^T W. 'Cook home last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Roberts of Sheridan, Wyoming. Mrs. Cook returned home from the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday morning. She ,had surgery la'st Wed-, .hesday.' •'' . The Jr. Garden Club will meet Oct. 14' ; iriste*J -61 the regular day idue to tHa' Band .Festival. The meeting will, be held at the city hall with Rena Steele as hostess. ' • Supt. and Mrs. John Cook, Mr. Peltfft, find M>. Bulfef are 1 at tending classes at Mankato Mon< They are taking 'teiif special fields, n vlffbfs with Mrs. A, C,,,KlocK6 werfc Mr, and Mrs. Clarence SwartS arid family of fifote Earth and Mr. and Mrs,. GMerttt .Klicke .and family ot Lettyard, Mr,'fihd Mrs. Ed Christ were supper gtiests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mabus' Sunday. Hannah Heetland was pleasantly surprised Mbnday when her niece, Mr. and Mrs. John Dickens of Pine Bluffs, Ark., stepped briefly, Mr? and Mrs- George - Bauman visited .with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bauman Friday night. : Guests at the John Alke's Sunday were his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and family o) Lone Rock, Mrs. Frauke Schadendorf accompanied Mrs. Bill 'Sniidt to guest day in the Baptist church at Buffalo Center Thursday. Mrs. Will Bauman stayed, with her grandchildren Wynette arid John, while .their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Bauman attended a wedding at Minneapolis last weekend. While i in Minneapolis Mr. and" Mrs. Baumann visited. Mr. arid Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Zielske and Walter w/ere Sunday dinner guests of < the Paul Aldenburg's at Elmore; Mr. and Mrs. George Risius of Buffalo Center visited with the John A. Dorehbushes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boettcher visited with Mr, and Mrs. Bill Mabus Sunday. - : •' Mr. and Mrs. John Roelfsema Were Sunday visitors at the Edward Krull home at Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wesseles of Clear Lak'. : csilod at the John A Dorenbush home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M.ike .Christ, Sr spent Sunday ev'iring with Mr. and Mrs. Richn-t Zielske. Mr. and Mrs. I'-tugh Lewis visited their, son,'Mr. and '-Mrs. •Frank Lewis and family at Minneapolis Saturday and Sunday. John Cordes, who attend* Central College at Pella,, spent the weekend with his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. John' : Cordes. ; Mr. and Mrs., Henry Ciarken went to Fort Dodge Friday to visit an uncle of Mr. Clarken's, Bill-' McCabe; Mr; McCabe is ilr quite Ml at tori? ftj Visitors at^ Jionie Stmda> Aibmus 1 Khi Wesley. ' Mh and went to visit their soft Ernest BaUfnafC IA'J tfil noon Mr. and' 4.Mrl, Ruth and Mrl JB went to Mason City grandson ahd son,' d/yel&bld fir- nest Jr. who is in Me 1 **;? Hofehal The little boy had aft'agpWded- tomy Thursday mornlngc ' > *• Mr. and Mrs, Bob Thompson and family went to" BufMo^CeV ter Saturday evening <tb heljuthe Bud Sfihaumberg family - celebrate birthdays. Those with birthdays were Bud arid his daughters Doreen, Donna and Joan, j * ' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boettcher arid Randy of Wlnnebago, visited the parental Henry ,B~Oett< cher home Sunday, ' '*" The Cub Scouts with Cubrrtas- ter Bill Hanken in charge, held their first Pack meeting -of the year Thursday. There. we£e #0 Scouts and 13 parent 'present* Den 1, with Barbara ,Beemer, Den Mother, gave .the program and served lunch following 'the program. , ' . . ,> • . I ,.:„ There will be a C6tinfy* Institute for teachers. Friday,! Qct.' 6i at Algona with_ all teachers attending. ( ' r t H The baseball and soft'ball"teanis and their .respective coaches went to Minneapolis Sunday to take in the Minnesota Twirls— Detroit Tiger baseball game. Mr. McMullen and.'Mn -'Pete'B son went to Minneap.j'i," 5"rida> and Saturday to attend a science teachers convention. • '*',.(' Mr,' JBulfer, vocal » music t instructor, attended a muilc convention at Sac City Monday. District Meeting ; ' 6th 'District meeting of Republican Women will be held . Oct.' 9 at Hotel Warden, Forf Dodge. Registration will be ai' 9:30' and a luncheon is to. be • served at noon. Mrs. Max Goldman will be the main • Speaker J and, anyone jvishihg to; ? make- > refserVa^ons may contact -Ava Simpson at? CY 4-2388. 1 1 ,1 tees Heavy, .-tJteii.'Lti * .f.i^ — Eif. "*^W*-iU~i.. M • < J-, Albert, AlIeH, Cflv*eV fyas finltJ $81.78 6ftd costs iri MfiJ^Of' G,' C. Shierk r 9 court 'hefe, 'this 'We^k when, it v^as fdUhd his .truck h&S 6,178 pouhds fflOfe,'potatoes',ffh it than are allowed "UJtaer the law. The fine for overload Is s&* sessed at the rate of a penny a pound. ' , < ' Mayor's court was busy all week. The following paid seeding fines: Donald Patterson, Burt, $7, David Hilbert, Wesley, $20, William Stohe, Lone Rock, $15, Suzanna Erhart, Des-Moines, $7, Elwood Nelson, Titonka, $1A, Howard Sharp, Centetv/ life, truck, $10. William Welch, Algona paid $25, intoxication;, David Hainzinger, Fenton, $10, failing to have control; Russell Shipler, Algona/ $10, expired registration plate; Henry-Rossman, Defiance, $15, passing school bus; John Carman, Corwlth, $5, failing to yield; Kent Immerfall, Algona, $25, no -valid license,* and $2o, failing to have control ($15 each susperid^d}." f V Michael Cruise, Wi^leyi $i v i, failing to yield; and Richard EJ- slemah and Sidney, G-i.fkjen, St. Cloud, Minn., $10 each, consurn jng, beer, on a public highway. Court costs Were assessed in addition to fines. 12 Cars, Trucks Registered Here Past two Weeks A total of 12 new vehicles have been registered st -the office of the county t treasurer during the pa'st two Weeks. TKe dib'in' salqs was undoubtedly, due to/th^-fach- the 1962 models were due in lo-, cal'' show 1 •• rdoms. Here are the owners of the cars and trucks: , Chevrolet — M.-S-.^Blome, El- moice, 'pickup; ..WhUtemdre, Feeds, ^Vh'ittemerej truck"; Lonei iRoch. Co-Op Exchange, Lone Rock,' truck; Frank Cink, Algona. Al^ft'i, 1 ".; •,''.'*''! r^r ~ vaikMMbn ^iH'.^'LitdWA iwest'-B^fidi '*'/*' 'i l jj4",' «.",'<;''-v-i Only 3 Mishaps In Past Week Three^"mishaps were reported in the county during the Weekend, Only person injured was Larry D. Hill, 18, Titonka, who suffered bruises when hid auto and another driven by Robert G. Harms, 17, Titonka, sideswip-' ed near a narrow brid£« 3V4 miles east of Titonkn r.t 1:30 p.m Sunday. Hill Was treats.! t»t tns Britt .hosp-'tal 'for his 'iijuries ano charged with failin s to haVe control of his auto. The other driver i was charged witn overtaking on '•a bill and speeding by Patrolman •Charles Bird who investigated the crash. The Hill auto over-' turned in a and was called t a total loss, while the other vehicle suffer^.' $75 d f mage. At 3:30 a.m. Sunfiiy, Eric Smith, 20, Algona hie loose grav- ( el and lost control of his auto '.two miles south and I'/fc miles M ' ^ ' " ' t ' j ^ ^ ^ ' *' i/ i' • * ^ I, •> y r '\ West'ef. ATfaHa, tffte <*&&&& wti flrii*'«*& Mv$|tli$tJ&, " "'?'. TiS.^jn£.^i^t; Cf,«a£ffiH&<fL **Ak" A '' (Jkfnllnj ^fti'^toWl^ $&S [W69lsy»,JWU l d6p4%Jifel^-fl5ld* &aac#A WTfifiAft '.»«lMi HgPt'W/^eMiH'l^nifvlrii^'Saftd^. aft^lfie reportfemy, *&eye -,6vs< lOetti/'at'SfeiJasiSWi^Mfisli'.hili tM &h$* Ifne wnen his'auto ear- "{hefft f ,An, bt&h\ Heus! ^111 ,b6 \\At>A \atlh & da 1 * driVett'B^'M^r>- ,tt^d;ffiSmV2>1tft 8"to.«i,' AW'teWi lfne^herfhis;i'uto eaf. Jided With, S 6to? drivi wyn- ; E." Battling, 4i South Phillips sited j age to 'the dut6s was 8t- $400 : ' by PoUeeman. jQe^Me*, .An, bpeh^liiqus ..'.will ttBd,*fiNSHM*to JPwoii- Al tide's eridifeieflds'fite invited to ^tteftdK;V4.V A't v '- Upper Des lit E. Call St. ALGONA -s ' *. • , , Phont CY 4-3535 ,','; Your Newspaper . - r w '* i f~t \ *~ me ', .- V -t . fs " t'l VV f j ; . . , • to County Band Festival! i •• •• .-. -.--.. THE CHRiSCHILLES STORE would like to have every band member stop in and see the really lovely selection of sportswear at the sportswear headquarters of QUALITY skirts, sweaters, and blouses. Yes, we want you all to feel free to come to the 2nd floor at the CHRISCHILLES STORE and spend all the time you like — make yourself at home ... . SWEATERS — Darlene - Barnhard Altmarin Bradley-Fritz - Sportempo • Majestic.- " College Town — , , . and skirts to match each and every sweater. SLACKS — Jack Winter of Milwaukee • Queen - Tami - College Town, -*Many with matching sweaters. / BLOUSES — Fritzi - Majestic - MacShore — All sportswear is TOP QUALITY — with the label always in the garment . .. buy here with confidence. SPECIAL FOR BAND FESTIVAL SLACKS 1 group of Jack Winter special priced FROM REGULAR STOCK — $9.00 value — $5.98IH SKIRTS, 1 group of wool styles special priced FROM REGULAR STOCK — $8.00 value — $5.98111 SWEATERS 1 group to match or contrast skirts and «l« k * — $10.00 or $12.00 value — STANDBY 1 CATSUP 04 Oz. Bt.) 49c ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1^^^^^^ Standby Whole Cranberry Sauce 2 No. 303 Cans 45c Garden Pork & Beans ... 3 No. 303 Cans 39c •• .•,<'.'• 1 j« Richelieu Yum Yum Pickles-Cross Cut Sweet Jar 39c Garden Pickles - Dill or Kosher Dills Large Jar * 29c HOME OF SEID1ESS GRAPES •1% IB. 39c JUST A FEW LEFT Strawberries $ 30 IBS. FROZEN ''" ' ' ttiehelieu Raggedy Ann PeacKes - HalyeS or Sjiced 1 STANDBY PRESERVES GIANT2LB. 12OZ. SIZE 99c STANDBY SALAD DRESSING Quart 39c Standby, Extra Fancy Halves, Apricots No. 2% cans 49c Standby, Whole Salad Asparagus Spears 3 Cans $1 No. 1 Red Potatoes .:..-., 10 IBS, 2?c THIS YEAR'S CROP HONEY 1 LB. JAR 2 LB. JAR 5 LB. JAR 31c 59c $1.17 •B LEAN PORK CUTLETS IB. 49c FRESH SHOULDER PORK ROASTS LB. tic ' BORDEN'S • ICE CREAM ALL YOUR FAVORITf FLAVORS FRESH PORK HOCKS IB. 31c FRESH BEEF LIVER LB. 35c FRESH HOMEMADE BRITT RING BOLOGNA LB. 49c ALL GUTS OF VEAL FRYING CHICKENS OPEN SUNDAY 9A,M,TONQQNANO DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY

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