The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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October 12, 1961 October 12, 1961 Riverdale 4-H Unit Elects •The regular meeting of dale Rustlers 4-H unit 2 club came to order Thursday, Sept, 21. Charlenb and Pallia Thilges were hostesses. Eledldh of dMcers was held, they are as follows: Resident, Rosa tee lllg, vide president, Mary Sue -Zelrnet, secretary-treasurer, Lois Erpelding, historian, Sandy (5^Brien< repor- ter, Vickie McGuire, music, ence MdCritif e, librarian, Jean McKeowrt) courtesy, M, a r i o n Kbhlhaas. Kathleen Plathe and Janice Thul gave a demonstration at the fair on "Banana Nut Bread" which received & blue, The fe$0th got a red ribbdh, and the activity poster received a bl^ Florence MdQuire sahg 4*H night Sandy O'Brien ^received tt blue ribbon and secdnd ^lace lfl\the judging /contest. Next meeting will be the in stallation of new officers. Cc/nnic and Corrihe Bormann. will hostesses. . ' ; Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien attended the leaders training school. 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South Phillips St., Algona I Wesley—Margaret Ann Bleich was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's parish hall Wednesday evening, Oct. 11 v She will become the bride of Vern Olsen Saturday, Oct. 28. 3he is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich. She is employed at the telephone co. in Algona. Library Board Met , > The library board met Wednesday evening with Mrs. August Studer with all members present. They /voted to observe National Book Week, Nov. 12-18, by having an open house for school children up to and including 6th grade Nov. 15. A schedule of volunteer librarians was made for the next 4% months. The board will meet Feb. 15 with Ethel Flom. Mrs. Clara Erdman gave a treasurer's report and a report on new books, added to the shelves since the last meeting. Auxiliary Meeting ' The American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 5, with Mrs. Edna Flom presiding. She and Myrtle Lease gave a report of the 8th district American Legion and Auxiliary fall conference held Oct. 1 in Mallard. A County American. Legion Auxiliary meeting will be held here Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 14. They voted to give $1 to the Freedom: Foundation fund, at Valley Forge. 'Norine Studer and Louisa Becker served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alve of Ames, formely of Wesley, visited friends here Wednesday. A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Forburger Tuesday, Oct. 3, in the Britt hospital. They, now have. a . family of four boys and a girl. The Urban Lickteigs and the Tom For burgers are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wagner celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary Oct. 1 with a family gathering at their home. Diane Gardner of Austin, Minnesota Spent the Oct. 1 weekend in the parental Leon Gardner home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner spent Tuesday in Algona with a sister-in-law, Mrs. Jim Camp, who is recuperating from serious leg burns suffered recently in a gas explosion in. her home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen spent one day recently in Redfield with h er , sister, Mrs. Wary Eiscrhart and son. Mrs. Will Ketchem of Emrnets- mrg, mother of Mrs. Don Kraus of Britt, formerly of Wesley, has been seriously ill and hospitalized several weeks with a heart condition. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eden spent Monday evening, Oct. 2, with the Frank Meyer family at Corwith. Bill Rockwood, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Rockvyood, and Betty Thilges, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Herman Thilges of Algona, will be married, Nov. 18 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. >Mrs. S. C. Christensen of Nora Springs spent Sunday with her mother,, Mrs. Mary Bradfield, and son, Jack. Mrs. Maureen Harr and Cheryl and Marleen spent .Oct. 8 at Whittemore in the home of'their daughter and sister, Mrs. Harlan Leininger, and family. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Girard of Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wehrspan and family of Whittemore. The occasion honored the birthdays of Cheryl and Marleen Harr. Work has begun on the 2-bed-, room ranch-type house for the Robert Rockwoods. Mrs.. Mag Bleich attended an New 'Cadettes' Lineup For Season Announced elementary workshop at Algona Sept. 30. Mrs. Clyde Smith and Jane and Bernard Mettille of Phoenix, Ariz, visited their sister, Mrs. Robert Rockwood and family several days recently. They all attended the funeral of their nephew, Mike Foley, 19, at Corwith Oct 3. Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth, owners and operators ot Johnny's A. G. Market attended a wholesale grocer's district meeting at Mason City Oct. 3. Guests in the Charles Price home Oct. 1 were Mr. and Mrs. Nbrdean Johnson of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price, Irystal Lake, Mr. and, Mrs. V01- gene Hansen, Cedar Falls, Mr. md Mrs. Oscar Monson, Mason y, and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rasmussen, Garner and their 'amilies. John Paulson is in traction in his'home to correct a back injury. Their daughter, Joyce of Indianola spent the Oct. 1 weekend at home. She accompanied the Bob Genungs and sons of Des Moines who visited her parents, the Ray Hansens. Lorri Funnemark ' and Lihda Detmering got red. ribbons for their demonstration on homemade ice cream Oct. 3 at the Waterloo Cattle Congress. Mr. and Mrs. George Detmering, Lois Bentele and Clarence Ackerson attended the Congress that day, Wesleyans who attended the 8th district American Legion and Auxiliary fall conference at Mallard Oct. 1 were Alvin Becker, Bill, Bob Heinen, Larry Grandgenett, Lyle Hirner, Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease. Mesdames Elmer Doughan, N. F. Weber, Herman Bode, A. N. Richtsmeier, J. M. Kunz, H. H. Raney and Tom .Lickteig attended the Deanery o£ Catholic Women at Armstrong Sept. 29. Father Phillips also attended. '??&•<• ' 'V EVERYONE will be heading for the BIG PANCAKE JAMBOREE in BURT on OCT. 14th. There will be FEASTIN' and FUN for every- one ... so bring the whole family to the LEGION HALL in BURT for FUN and FEAST 1 SPONSORED BY BURT LOINS CLUB AUNT JEMIMA in Person! Yes, the Famous Pancake Queen and her staff will be here to serve you with her mouth watering pancakes served with hot syrup vCMjwJ fresh sweet butter, tasty sausage links, hot delicious coffee, or ice cold creamery milk I The more pancakes you can eat the more Aunt Jemima will smile! ADULTS STUDENTS PRE-SCHOOL No Charge . Packages A complete membership list of the "Cadettes," precision marching team at Algona Community High (School for the 1961-62 schooK.year, has been announced by Principal Elgin Allen. There arc It' new regular members and severfcnew alternates among the total of 32 girls. Trudy Bartholomew, sophomore, is manager of the group, and Mrs. Merle Moxley, director. Returning 'for another year with the "Cadettes" are Barbara Brandow, Kathy Feater, Wanda Grisham, Mary Misbach, Jean Rovn, Jackie Rowley and Brigitta Whittemore, seniors; Kay Agcna, Anne Haasc and Joan Ward, juniors, and Jodie Chally, Nancy Cole, Betty Holt and Sally Steelc, sophomores, New girls include: Jan Olson and Carolyn Plott, seniors; Barbara Boyd, junior; Marcia Angle, Joan Post and Mary Ann Sigsbee, sophomores, and Trudy Alt, Jean Christiansen, Marilyn Deal, Gayle Phillips and Diane Smith, freshmen. Alternates are: Jane Cole and Judy Willrett, juniors; Gretchen Deim and Kendra Seely, sophomores, and Jane Geilenfeld, lon- na Walker and Ann Wilson, freshmen. The "Cadettes," who have been featured during the halftime intermission at basketball games here for several years, appeared on the ' program at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament in Des Moines last spring. Jitfcwijjk ^Wl Iff^k ^* ^^^^^^^r OF AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE MIX (Drawing every hour on the hour) SEE - The Coloring Contests of Aunt Jemima, COMi - And Have Fun At The Pancake Jamboree in Burt, SATURDAY, 11 A,M. to 7 P,M, Kitty Knoll Is Queen Finalist For Homecoming Kitty Knoll, a student,of Mercy Hospital School of; Nursing in Davenport, from Algona is among 10 finalists in the St. Ambrose 'college homecoming queen contest. She is .a daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Larry Knoll. She jyas selected ;by a panel of judges,'; composed of college >fac- ultv H^J^IIFS iSM their • Drives * and members..; of',,the student council, A . popular vote of thd student body, will determine: the queen and her court, but their identity will not be revealed^until Friday, Oct. 13, at the annual homecoming danca, , i Miss Knoll is one of four Mercy hospital girls in the field of ten. Other finalists include three students at the St. Anthony's hospital school of nursing, Rock Island, 111., and three students from Marycrest college, Davenport. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13Jh ORLIE WORKMAN AND THE SUNSET BOYS SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14th HENRY CHARLES AND HIS ORCHESTRA WED.. OCT. 18th - 8 to 12 National Dance Package RAI DONNER You don'i know what you get TONY ORLONDO • Bless You RAM STEVENS JANICE GRANT BOBBY VINTON PREPTONES Parents FREE - Teens $1.50 Watch for the 27th — 28th OCTOBER FESTIVAL MORE COLORFUL THAN HAWAIIAN NITES ••UUIWIIIIIHIIIIttllll Illlllllllllllllilllllt)*! PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa SUNDAY, OCT. 15 hlENRY CHARLES SUNDAY, OCT. 22 MARV REEDSTROM SUNDAY, OCT. 29 GUY DE LEO TUESDAY, OCT. 31 HALLOWEEN DANCE Come as you are nite I NOISEMAKERS FRANK BUHR No Advene* Booth Raiervotionf Doors Open at 8:30

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