The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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S*A||6«i (la,) 0p£if Bi* Matflit thunnfaft Ocfobef 12, 1961 Awards tt... " Two Algona men, Ron Taylor, left, and Jim Doody, have been hori ored fof their work with the Algbna JayCees, They were recently presented JayCee of the' Month certificates (they're shown holding one pi them) for their efforts during' the club's successful new car drawing at the Kossuth County Fair in August. tj % The certificates 'are issued by the state organization and are signed ' OfficersA(UDM Polaroid Photo—Engraving) vw * Elect Officers A large group attended th Kossuth County Democratic Wo men's Club Fall Luncheon a Van's Cafe, Algona, Oct. 3. Th annual election. of new officer followed the luncheon. The fol lowing were elected to take of fice Jan.; 1, 1962:,,Mrs..James Vipond, Algona, president, Mrs. EC Goche, Bancroft, 1st x vice pres. Mrs. H. A< ( Holmgren, Lone Rock 2nd vice pres., Mrs. Morris Berk ness, Armstrong, 3rd vice pres. . Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley, Algona (th vice pres., Mrs. Elmer Steier. Whittemore, 5th vice pres., Mrs . Bob Reding, .Algona, secretary and Mrs., Robert Gengler, Whittemore, treasurer. Mrs; 'Eugene McCarville, Perry,-state' president of the Iowa Federation of .Democratic Women's Clubs, was the speaker. Bridge and 500 were ,in play following. Mrs. Lawrence Winkel won high bridge prize and Mrs, Wm. .Erpelding won high 500 prize. Mrs. James Vipond was the: winner of the door prize. Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund entertained at a family dinner Sunday. in observance of the birthdays of Mrs. Neva Munger, mother of Mrs. Hedlund, Spencer, and Charles Genger bf Peterson. Cither guetss were Mr. and Mrs. Don Munger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'Genger, Peterson. They were joined for the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Larson Spencer. Suann Soderstrum, 5 Mrs. Weldon Soderstrum entertained Thursday in honor oi her daughter Suann, who was 5 years old. Present were Mrs, Kevin Nash, Connie, Martha and Crissy; Mrs. Dick Frideres, Christy and Denise; Mrs. Eugene Hei- nier and Judy; Christie Jorgenson, Burnadette, Theresa and Becky Reilly and Mrs, W. H Brandow. Suann's grandmother, Mrs. Leonard Helgevold, Eaglf Grove, visited here on Saturday C.D.A. Meeting C.D.A. will hold a 7 o'clock dinner-meeting at St. Cecelia's hall Oct. 12. Chairladies are Carol Kain, Anita Kollasch, Anna Goecke and Ruth Robinson. In conjunction with the meeting there will be a food and gift salt with Kathleen Griffin and Mathilda Ristau as chairladies. Newcomers Met Newcomers club met Oct. 3 at Van's Cafe. Mrs. John Dole wa: the only new member. Higl bridge winner was Judy Everds and Marilyn Moon won high in 500. Channaine Eickelberg won the door prize. The next meeting will be Oct. 17 at Van's. To Present Skit The Algona Federated Woman's Club will meet Oct. 17 at the Farm Bureau building. Mrs William Finn will have charge of the program. A skit will be given by Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Louis Lynk and Mrs. Leo Steven. Honor Birthday ' Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie, her daughter Mrs. Verle Elmore, Mrs George Manus, Burt, ar?d Mrs Phil Puffer, Corwith, will be guests Friday afternoon of Anna Meyer at Corwith. The birthday of Mrs. Elmore is being celebrat ed., Joan Taylor, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor entertained the parents, Mr. ana Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Willrett, at dinner Sunday in celebration of the fourth birthday of their daugh ter Joan. Members of the Crippled So ciety board rnet Monday evening at the Johnson House. A talt was given by John Gilligan, Des Moines, field representative 01 Uie State Society, United Fund At $3725; Business Drive Now On H. vTn < * -j ; V ',-r' <v ' •3! ^ jy tt S V, >; - >* ^ , ; v ••* Donations received prior to the ctual opening of the campaign ;ot Algona's annual United Fund drive off to a good start last iveek—with a total of $3725 col- ected so far, according to Wes Jartlett, president of the organ- zation. That total, shown on the accompanying graph thermome- er, was in the treasury Saturday night. Local business firms are now Deing contacted and the canvass of homes in the residential areas will begin Oct. 20. A total of 11 organizations benefit from United funds collected here. Wed 25 Years Mrs. Emily Ringgenberg spent the weekend at Blue Earth, Min nesota, with her parents, Mr. anf Mrs. Abe Tuttle. A family observance of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tuttle was held Sunday at the senior Tuttles. Wed Nov. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Deanna Patrice, to James Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Thilges of West Bend. The wedding is Nov. 14 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Open House Held Open house was held Sunday at the Ambrose Call State Park shelter house by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peck, honoring the eightieth birthday of the former's father, Harvey Peck. About 100 guests were present. Observes Birthday The birthday of Lloyd Muckey was observed Saturday with a dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey's and dinner Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams. Chet Williams was also a guest at th,° Williams. Card Club Met Mrs. G. A. Sharp entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. The previous -week the women met with Mrs. Lawrenct Cink. Bridge Club Mrs. Elizabeth Post entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Bridge Hostess Mrs. James Kolp is entertaining her bridge club this evening (Thursday). Rites Held lor Elmer C. Smith AtSweaCify Swea City — funeral services for Elmer C, Smith, 77, were held Monday, at the Swea City Methodist church with Rev. E. R. Maues officiating. Interment was in Harrison Township cemetery Mr. Smith was born Nov. 23, 1883 at St. Charles, corning to Kossuth Co. as a young man where he was educated. He was married to Anna Belle Rider Dec. 22, 1909 at the Rider home at Swea City. He was in the real estate business, being asso ciated with his son, Gifford, the last 20 years. ,He has been in poor health several years but was able to go to the office most days. He became ill nt the office two weeks ago, then was taken to Holy Family hospital where he died Thursday. He is survived .by his wife; son Gifford; two daughters, Mrs. Claude (Bernice) Haag, Swes ity; and Mrs. Harold . (Elsie) Svans, Albert LeS; two sisters Mrs. Belle .'.Black, Algona, Mrs 3ertha Eckholm,, Mas.on City: md three brothers, Ray, Swep 2ity; Luther, ;Des -Mpines; and 3rnest, Estheryille; ! nine grandchildren and, 'three great-grandchildren; ;': '"• "> Judy Weir Of Wesley Td "* - •fl3,80jf Kemtlt ' " Illegal milfflefcS; V- iJt.^ Burt, Rev, tt. A. * IViliSCI — -——, o ____,j. *.._„ WMVMUUUT T.HV St. Ann hospital, AlgotiS, following a lingering illness. , Burial wad fit the" Buft cemetery and.Garry Fuheral Home of Ban , croft, was in' change, of i ments. L - She,, meh's {gY6upS> for ^iany I years at Burt, until ill health fbrced, hei> t6 resign. Shi iuth, wi tome at Burt. a;s active in,,several oups 1 for ^frtahy I years il ill health fbrced, hei he is survived by a sister, ith whdm' she made her Mr and Mrs Ralph WeiTj Wesley, announce the engagement and'ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Judy shown Here to Edvterd Otis, son of Mr and. Mrs.Udmurid Otis, Wesley. The wedding Will be Nov. 21 at St. Joseph's Catholic church, ,Wesley. Miss Weir is a graduate of Titonka high school ana i^ presently; employed at Algona Implement Co. ; Mr Otis is a graduate of/Wesley High school and is engaged in farming. (UDM Engraving) Truck Overbad, ! v . ' | ' "- 1 *-f » -J * Speeding Fines Levied By Mayor Mkyor C. C. Shierk's court was a busy spot again this week. Speeders were numerous. Persons who paid fines for speeding included: •Thomas Lynch,- DeS Moines, $15, Kermit Krueger, Lone Rock, $10, James Higgs, 'Fort • Dodge 1 , ' $14,- David Hoien, Armstrong, $8,. Robert ,. Johns, Creston, $10, Arnold Wigans, - .\ Fetttdri, licerise pl&teis, $5j Fr-a-fl" efe?; ' W&t Bend; ' TWrck lat.SO'CS ehfaTg^s). Cotirt costs were assessed in. 1 , addition to ,f -<-, < ' * OMVI And DL Cases Pending • A^Fenton may, Ralph W. Sennet- der ( 'was charged with OMVI, fourth offense, 'in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here this tveek after he -Was arrested southeast of Fenton on -a 'county road at -10 p.m. Monday. Appearance bond was set at $1,000 and was furnished. The hearing was postponed. In another justice case, John Harrington, GOldfield, was charged With operating an auto while his driver's license was under suspension. He was bound over to the next term bf district court after 'he waived preliminary hearing. Bond was set at $500 and furnished. SHIPPING TAGS — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. GUESSERS CdNTfeSt A pair of lie games, Califariui andj in^ arid Utah Slate, 6-6, failed'to hi* this week as no less than five perions games right. ' ,J \< Top man oh the ioiem pole M who has been a regular guesser lot the 69 total points seared as lowri e wiih a 56 point guess to lake.the, $7 line was another Algohan, Gavy-Hai guess and Louis Blelch, Wesley,-w point guess. Hagen will receive i'mdsi i naged id get 16 of 20, • »/, ' • '< " fP < v "M\i ', Gillespie, Algona; 1 m came deftest 10 " leutherii ~ - "--* lace award. Next in? /i ho had a 54 poinf^- and $3. a w\y • 'H Others with 16 games right, bufXlfiui'.otf.ort pbinte, wort'' ? Mrs. Robert Harms and Rick Slobe, both OrAjlgontu 'v ', .'' ' \ , • Just out of the. money with 15 game'sVrlght wereiRonald,; CSilbride, Tom Kenefick,, Jim JohnsOn^JBrry; Betlch, v Mlkej.'- v Householder, Mrs. Les Kenyoii/Gette Beiseh/vSleve.Chrlschllles, f,( Dave Hanseltnan, Jack Williams and Si% -Wdbd (a* former win.''« ! ned), aU of Algona, Mrs. Robert Kain, Whillemore and Jo Ellerf' Meyer, Oltosen. .V ', i lU ,'JS ;'''', ', A large number of guessers got from l6|o 14 games right , and Mrs Melvin Kern, Algona, who got nine,6jE ZOrgamei right, '• ' 'was a warded'th6 mythical crying towel for.! th^w'eek — ,bul She , • will probably come back and make' a* bid" for some of itie cash this week. , -'• ' ./. . 'M ",,^ ;l 1 "; . " Another big contest, complete with 20 ;games listed in ', sponsors' boxes, will be found in today's,issue 6{ the Upper Des ;, Mdines. .Sharpen your pencil, get the eraser ready and pick the winners. , ,, ._„» ' - '• r 1 .'?. .'7s* '( '• Reed Anderson Dies/Spencer A Spericer man, Reed ' Anderon,' 67, brother of two. Algona adies, Mary Sands and Mrs. Ray rons, died -Saturday iri a hos- ital there. „.,.,,...' A'resident'of'Spencer for the past,41 years, Mr. Anderson,haa been^ employed, by a transfer-and fUriiiture'. company there. Funeral, services "were held Tuesday .afternoon M the 'Congregational' churqh at Spencer-.anb biirial was'atjthe BUrt township cernetery., Besides Mrs. ! Sands and Mrs. Irons, he is survived by his wife, a son, two daughters a sjste/. and ; three brothers. MAGIC MARKERS, for labeling. boxes, packages, drawing, .'marking, etc. Varied colors. Tipper Des Moines ' Publishing Co., Algona. 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