The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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Zumach Is Church Head At Whitf emore , - . - •*•"' Th ? anflXffi] meeting, o! St. .Paul's corigrega 1 - tioft was held Oct. f3. After d£- votions by Rev. Gleo the regulan routine' of-the busi'- ness meeting was opened bjv chairman' Eirner Ma'ahSi It wa' B voted that the'old parsonage and garage "be sold by calling for sealed bids. , Erection of 'officers was" held The .following officers were elected: chairman, Herbert Zu- macn; vice chairman, Ole Gunderson; financial secretary, Eldon Maans; elder, Erwin StruecKer; school- board, Raymond 2mneil; finance committee, Harold Greene. Joe Kollasch Kenneth Mergen, Bert Seely and Harold Poppen; youth committee, Sterling Simonson and William Ostw"aid; nominating committee. Martin Ostwald, Leonard Meyer and Elvin Meyer; auditing committee, William, i'aulstich ana Wilbur. : Koebqr and, Ha-rlar Vaudt; mission committee, Henry Lauck. • -.-•'.. : Supt. Resigns Ray Olson,\ Whitterriore ; natural gas supt. has resigned to take 'a position with the gas company at Austin, Minn. : he will stay here until Nov. 1. All the gas applicants will be hooked up oy that time. Private Leo" J. Farrell arrived home Friday from Camp Pend^l- ton, Cal. after four months training with the Marine Corps. He will report back to Camp Pendelton Oct. 29. Thomas Farrell, USMC, has been promoted to corporal recently. Corporal Farrell and his wife are stationed in Kailuo, Hawaii. Mr. and ';• Mrs. George Meyer gjuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuy (PLANTATION I BALLROOM = Whlttemore, Iowa an , with sstaruSd'hgme Monda nihA afW visitiMl tfittf feativ iH Fj^Mte ftttu Wfeift'dn, a>W Wendell, Miiin/ The& aTsff- enjo^r ed several dayl of flsfitfig. - >. Mrs. Lote'hz" Gfade, Mrs". (3Iec Kautsch, Mrs,- Eida Simonsonv Mrs. Herman Voigt and Mrs victor Dau attended' the ahntiai flf thfe Woman's Auxil- 6f ttte 1 Lufhe'raniHome Iftnd., mg Society in Fort Dodgft Dele gates from an ever Iowa fiitend- 1 old with registration' a«d coffee 4 n'Our beginning at g a.fH. and the" meetirig beg*mning at 10 a.rrf. Marc611a and" Loretta FaYideJ 1 attended a science wcSWtshep 1 fo/ elementary teachers at Emmetsburg Saturday. James C. JJerner, son of Mr and Mrs. Cletus Derner, has beeft promoted ,to branch manager of the American Loaii f*lari at Tor- rmgton, Wyo. Mr. Dernfir grcvl up jn this vicinity and is a'grad- uate, ^of Presentation Academy and Loras College'. Erwm Boi'cnerciing, St. Pauff, Lutheran school teacher who te a patient in University hospital Iowa .City, underwent surgery for a tumor or some obstructiori oh his brain Friday moMrig; Louis Braatz, who has been ? patient in 'the University hospital lowa City, is seriously ill suffering from a stroke* on his left side, ahd has been in a"- coma, for the past, week. ; August Roeber was <a patient in St. Atiri -hospital in Algbna several days last week. Bancroft Man Suffers Loss Of A Finger Bancroft — nichard Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Schiltz, employed by • United Air . Lines. Chicago, had, a heavy 6bject fall on his hand,; smashing three fingers and had one smashed bad it had to 1 be removed. so Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Anliker, West Bend, .are parents of a 10 lb: sort born recently at Sf. An'ri hospital. Mr. arid Mrs. J. J. Welp hore> are grandparents' for th'e first time. Mrs. Laurence Bergman erifer- tained a group' of ladies at a coffee party Friday afternoon 1 . Hi'gh prize was won by Mrs. Cletut> Dorr. ' . SUNDAY, OCT. 29 -i-GUYDELEO ^president, George Bierstedt, ,Vice TUESDAY, OCT. 31 HALLOWEEN DANCE Come as you are nite! NOISEMAKERS . FRANK BUHR SUNDAY, NOV. 5 RAY LEWIS Wednesday, Nov. 8 6 FAT DUTCHMEN SUNDAY, NOV. 12 DON DEANE SUNDAY, NOV. 19 ART KIRMSE No Advanco Booth Reservations Doorr Open at 8:30 L-Creek Leaders The Lotts Creek Leaders 4-II club met at the home of Bob and Jim. Ruhnke Oct. '16. N"e\^ bffi^ cers were • installed. They are, president, Gerald Luedtke, sec.- treas., Marvin Pompe, reporter, Kenneth Bierstedt. Plans wert made for an award night. Robert Johnson handed back record books. Jerry Hansen is a new member. FRL. OCT. 27 fe'SAT., OCT. 28 OCTOBER FEST HAVE A BARREL OF FUN Surf Converted To A GERMAN BIERSTAB SINGING & DANCING FRIDAY NITE MIDWEST CARAVAN MIDWESTERNER JAMBOREE — 7:90 - 8:30 SATURDAY NITE CHARLES TRUSSELL AND THE AIRLINERS ADM. FRI. — $1.35 ADM. SAT. — $1.50 Kino will ue Named Friday L'tffle • If tick ~ Sehtral l' will have its Ho'mei'o ' Friday, Ctfit. ST. the candi- dbfesf fof king affd dueen haVe been chosen. Candidates^ are Bonnie -Geitzenauer, C o 11 e e 1 ft Smith and Barbara Wehrspanr. fir Queen and Terry Juhl, Wayne Preston and John ftuger, candi' dates for King, the, Queen and King will be announced Friday afternoon during the pep meet- iiig. The Queen's attendants are Gail. Hantelman, junior, Judy Qei.tzenauer, sophomore, ana Rpxarine Volgt, freshman. The King's attendants are Lynn Bierstedt, junior; Dennis Stucki. s6phomore; and Allan Dacken freshman, Sentral . will play Thompson at ?:30 on Sentral's hbme field. p'ollitck Dinrier The Lone Rock American Le gion Auxiliary will meet Wed nesday evening, Nov. 1, wi'tl Julia Thompson, Viola Marlov and Georgia Marlow as hostess es. The Auxiliary will hold thei annual pot luck dinner and ba> zaaf, Nov. 11 at 6:30. There wi! be'the sale of fancy and bak'ei goods. The veterans and 'th Auxiliary and their families ar all irivited to attend. Ea'ch' mem Ber may bring a guest. Backward Party The Idle Hour Club met re cently at the Shirley' Habega home with 12 members present Luella Cherland had charge p entertainment. It was decided the October meeting would be a backward party at the home, o Anna Mae Tigges. A' lunch wa served by the hostess. Infant Baptized Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlbur h'a'd guests in honor of the bap tisrh of their infant daughte Audrey Louise, who Was baptiz ed : Sunday in the Fenton Metho dist, churdh by Rev. Harvej Walker. Guests were Mrs Frauk'e- Schadendorf ; of : Lakota Mi-, and Mrs. Dale Schroede and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mer wyn Hurlburt and family, Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls ant, Mrs. Kathryn Householder o Torrance, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blancharc arid Mrs. Eva Thpmpson Hyfnjm&0 *»;<ii*A,4 .**< ' *i^w * in Greeley YOUR SUPPORT AT THE POLLS IN ALGONA, TUESDAY, NOV. 7 WILL BE APPRECIATED. JIM WHITTEMORE CANDIDATE FOR Mayor of Algotia Attended Qrake University, major in political science. Member Algpntj City Cpyncil four years; chairman street dept 2 yr?.; rnayor pre-tem 2 years. Hj?m» pwner in Al|9na; resident of Alg&ncj nine years; member Men* Club, TiM»stmasters, Masonic C9- 9! visited in' Blanchard home Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Max Flaig Bruce and Jeffrey of Seattle Wash, were'' Monday evenini gtoesfs in the Frank Flaig home Max left for Las Vegas, Nev where he will report and will be going overseas. Mrs. Flaig am children will stay in the home o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mey'ers, Algona. Mrs. Elsie Willrett of Algon; was a' Sunday caller in the Frank Flaig home. Mrs. Mary Genrich attended the funeral, of Mrs. Charles Howard at Livermore Monday. Mr and Mrs, L. A. Newbrough were Sunday visitors in the home o. Mrs. Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Rentz 01 Manchester were Sunday guests in the Anna Marlow home at Burt. Mrs. Darryl Householder visited her brothers, Ronald ana Bryan Mortensen, who are attending Iowa State U. at Ames. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long ac companied- Mr, and Mi's. Carl Beck of Cylinder to Ames Saturday where the Becks took pan in • the Parent Day activities ai Iowa State U. where their son Donald is enrolled as a freshman They attended the football game in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Dave Weber visited Clarion Long of Armstrong, a patient at Holy Family hospital. Estherville, a result of a corn picker fire a few days ago. Mrs. Weber attended the 10th birthday of her granddaughter, Cinda Weber, in the home of her parents, the Donald Webers of Bancroft Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kneedler were weekend callers in the Justin Berhow home near Kiester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McChes- ley, Van Nuys, Cal. visited iiy tht lome of Mrs. MeChesney's mother, Kirs. Amanda Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegenev Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wei's broa and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Holsi of Algona were Thursday evening guests in the Harvey Rath lome at Algona. They celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Rath. Ml', ana Mrs. Clinton Rath were guests in the Marvin Watson home, Harrisburg, S. P. over the weekend. They attended thi. wedding of the Watson's daughter JoAnn Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanforu of Badger were Friday evening callers in the Clinton Rath home. Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen. Mrs. Robert Fortney and Mrs. Ed Blanchard attended the Fall Presbyteriat meeting ,at the Presbyterian church at Dows. There were 300 persons in attendance Mr- and Mrs. Roger Radig mfty*d from the Priebe apartments to the home recently purchased by Jess Volentinc from ' • -, r \ the (line Blaffctmrcis. Mf, Mrs. ,fafi Bfcwttan of A Mr, aha MrSv-tJbnald Ra'til* ry D>eyeM of fiUrt, Mr. aHtf Rlchfcfd (Pdtfeti and Lef6y H rffi help§d the couple move. MR ana Mrs. Rfchard Potratz of Es- thervUte were Saturday evening' guests of'the .Roger RadlgS. 'Sewterd Kramer teft a* weeK ago" StnW(Jy"f6>-Fort Sill; Okfe. \frhere he reported foY a'cti'w duty,, Mrs" Kismet, the • f drmfet Itffdonn'a Mat-low artd daughter Shelly 1 Ann, are residing fn £!)£ Horrie of her parents, Mr. aflcT Mrs. Milton Marlo'w. ^ ' Mr. and M'fs, Art Person ited fid Hoppe, who is a patient ih the 1 Fairmont hdspltal, Sunday. Diane Person attended tfia birthday party" of Cinda Weber, Sunday, in the Donald Weber Home near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schaden- Ibrf \vere Sunday dinner gfltssts ft the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fischef at Sioux' Rapids. i'ii Mr . s ' Gnrfyl Householder and Jfleki Jo were Wednesday callers in the Carl Olsen homft al Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod were Sunday callers iff the .Robert Heifner hoiVie. Seneca Church Women Study /Social Action' | Seneca .— Mrs. Kenneth Thompson' and Miss Bertha Olsen were hostesses to the Blak jer Lutheran Church women, Thursday afternoon at tht ohurch. ASK AY DAVIS WHY IT PAYTO FEED PURINA FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC. South Phillips Street , Algona " ! Phone CYpress 4-462 f> FEED PURINA.., J! YOU CAN DEPEND ON f HE dHECKEWOARD FOR W.W.VV filble* Study was presented by Mr* RftV Bergurn. "Charities and Social Action," was presented by Mri, Henrietta Thompson. Mrs Henrietta Thompson was named fo serve 1 Ort the Ways and Means Committee in place of Mrs. Olai Thurlday, October 26, 1961 Alflona (la.) Uppttr D«« Mo!n«~5 Qftetiahl whose term had expired^ Mrs. Ole Pedetsen, Mrs. Amey Cherland and Mrs. Odey Cherland were named on the nominating committee. Refreshments featured a iety of Norwegian foods. var- SAL2S BOOKS — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. WE HAVE THE GENUINE Top Quality WINDOW MATERIALS . A<,Mr LASTING O-GLASS GLASS-O-NET WYR-O-GLASS SCREEN-GLASS FLEXO-PANE •WARP'S- BRANDED ON THI EDOI MEANS SATISFACTION GUAftANTffD COAST-TO-COAST STORE 620 ED WOLF, Owner ALGONA IAL i EVER TAKE A GOOD LOOK UNDER THE HOOD OF YOUR CAR? If you have, you Instantly became aware that you owned a very complicated mechanism. Perhaps you have had occasion to learn that even the finest made mechanism suffers breakdowns — and that service is essential I . YOUR NEW CAR DEALER IS MORE THAN JUST A SALESMAN SELLING A PRODUCT . He w a maintenance expert. He maintains a service department as complete as a modern hos- pitaf — a department designed and outfitted to cope with any mechanical emergency your automobife might have. His mechanics are sent to factory training schools several times a year at great cost and expense to the dealer. At these factory training schools, his mechanics learn to know and understand all of the latest mechanical developments and techniques. Each must be, and h, a specialist on the dealer's particular make of car. Each dealer, too, has special equipment solely designed to keep in order the make of car he sells. Only your dealer is duly qualified to service your car. This is for your protection, which costs him a great expense each year, WITHOUT THESE SERVICE DEPARTMENTS . . . and trained mechanics, your automobile could not receive the preventive maintenance and repair work which guarantee it a long life of usefulness and pleasure to you. NEW CAR DEALERS OF ALGONA DAU'S GARAGE RERCIVAL MOTORS OLDSMOBILE - RAMBLER SALES & SERVICE • PODGE - DODGE PART SALES & SERVICE S. D0dge CY 4-4144 or CY 4-2486 So, Phillips §t, CY 4-2471 KENT MOTOR CO. SCHULTZ BROS. FQRD AUTHORIZED SAIES & SERVICE pyiCK ^'CAPIllAC - P0NTIAC - $TI|Pf|AKER IARK 320 East State CY 4-3$?4 f*. Phillip* '' Garage & Service Station. CY 4-3591 Kpssuth Motor Co. TAYtOR MERCURY . _ ' --' • . if _ ' J .^_ CHIVROtET - eORVAIR SAIES & SERVICE fr^iftf— CY4-?467

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