The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 21
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ISerttral Takes Ihio6|) al liigh school's football tan, which had been outscored -19 while dropping five* Straight s this season, bounced back wide and handsome 46 take _6 Victory from Hake 1 - Thursday IfgM in a State Lirig Conference atrie at Rake. Gary Berklahd 'was the big gun Senlral, He scored three of his ns touchdowns, They came 1 'on * of 16, 12 <»hd)iO yards and the hefr came on d iO-ywd pass to lynn Bierstedt. • -. , I Rake's touchdown came on a [iree-yard plunge* by John Hove. loth teams were wlnless 'Until Ihufsday, The- victory moved Senal from, the cellar to fourth place L ' the conference. • : Titonka Streak Ends; Trojans Next On Slate Kanawha ended Titonka's five- ame winning streak with .a 19-6 rin -over the Indians at Kanawha riday night. The contest was a on-conference tray. Titonka will attempt to roadblock iwea City's high-flying Trojans; Who Mmained at. the top of the State Line- Conference standings •following a 20-17, win oVer! Arm- 'strong F/fday night, In a lob&.gaml at Titorikfl. tomorrow (Friday) night, The .Indians have a 4-0 -record! in the loop. Swea City haa,a 5-0 mark. Kanawha scored one TD in the second period and two in the fourth stanza',to down Titohka. The Indi- afis got their six points &n a 22*yard pass from Bill Carroll to Phil Seaberg in the final quarter x>f play." West Bend Takes 45-0 Loop Win West Berid' ran Its season record to 4-2 .with an easy 48-0 victory over Terril in a Cornbelt Confer* ence game at Terril Wednesday night. The Bulldogs are slated to host Marathon tomorrow (Friday) night. Ken Montag and Dean Cumin accounted for all seven toudhdowns in the win over Terril. Montag ran 67, 20 and five yards for TDs and took a pass from George Bargman, good for a 4S yard touchdown. CupHh-ran 13, 10 and six-.yards for his scores. West Bend now has a 3-2 conference record, REUNION The John Young family ot Traer claimed a unique distinction at the 1961 Traer high school homecoming recently when five of the seven living children returned to the school from which all were graduated more than 50 years ago. ' Gef fop Girl Scout Award 'FIFTY automatically... ivith the magic gas flame From buying a gas furnace to enjoying its clean, automatic heat, gas costs less. It's four-times thrifty: a gas furnace costs less to buy, costs less to install, costs less to maintain, costs less to use. If you want automatic heat, clean heat, quiet heat and you want to pay far less, there's only one and it's gas. SEE — North Central Public Service Go. CY 4-2484 "Your Gas Company" Algona OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING DEALER tlVE IN THE MODERN MANNER • AUTOMATICALLY WITH NATURAL GAS The ihree groups of girls shown -here recently received the Marian award, highest religious achievement a.Catholic Girl Schout may:earn at Sac City Sunday, Oct. 15.-A'total of'22 Girl Scouts from St. Cecelia's parish were honored. Bishop Joseph M. Mueller presented the awards following a Pontifical Low Mass. Msgr. J, E. Tolan, diocesan youth director, delivered the sermon. ' •" i The girls are.-left to right, top, Elaine Bruch, Joan Mikes, Betty Bray, Mary Kay Barry, Michele Cassel and Patty Bray, senior Scouts Middle, left to right, Mary Bray, Janet McGuire, Eileen Reilly, Shirley Heimer, Linda Buscher and Mary Kay Welch, intermediate Scouts. Bottom,, left to right, Pat McGuire, Kathleen Boudewyns, Rosalie Murphy Ruth Cassel, Mary Beth Sterba, Mary Ann Ostwinkle, Pamela Reding, Sharon Reilly and Margaret Ott. Joan Post, senior Scout, was not present. A .dinner and reception followed the presentation of awards. Girls from Ft. Dodge, Sioux City and Mapleton were also honored. Adults who worked with the Algona girls so they could attain the awards included Fr. Donald Ries, Fr. Robert Thiele, Mrs. Leo Casse}, Mrs. M. L. Bruch,'Mrs. Gene Heimer, Mrs. Arthur Glaser, Mrs; John Sterba. Mrs. Louis Reilly and Mrs. Roman Mikes, chairman of the Marian Award Examining Board .for the northeast deanery of the Sioux City diocese. (UDM Engraving) . - '.v GHS Reserves Still Unbeaten Garrigan high school's reserves edged Carroll Kuemper, 14-13, Sunday afternoon at Garrigan Field. The win gave the locals a-record of three wins and a tie'for the season. : The next outing for the little Bears will be Monday, Qct. 30, when Humboldt will c.ome to town for a game at 4:30 p.m. Tom Hudspeth went 10-yards for a TD and added the extra point in the first quarter of the Kuemper game. The other touchdown was scored by ! Lee Froehlich, who went : 25; yards-.jn -the. third jquaEter. He also added the extra point. The Garrigan freshmen wound up their season recently with a 0-2 record. THUMB Eugene Arndorfer, St. Benedict farmer recently suffered the loss of part of his thumb and also suffered severe lacerations to his right hand while combining beans at his father's farm. Sunday thru Wednesday "Guns Of Navarone" at 8:00. Show starts at 7:30 p.m. One Performance Only! On Sunday Continuous 1:304:10-6:55-9:40. Saturday Kiddies Halloween Matinee starting at 1:30. Friday Halloween Midnite Show starting at 11:00. Portland Club Names Officers . .- •• : ; ' i. .'' Portland — The Portland Progress Club rhet} Oct.. 19 in the home, of Mrs.'Virgil' Schrader with Mrs. Ray vFitch, Mrs..Frank Becker and Mrs. Victor Fitch, hostesses. Mesdames Myrtle Zwiefel, Ella L'ampe," Mary Ras- mus.sen, .Elizabeth Kennedy, Edith Jandl, Margaret Arndorfer,; Mamie Fitch, Margaret Govern, Elgena Young, Grace Tre- nafy, Arlene Wood, Hazel. Steven, Lillian Schrader and Vera Fitch, and two guests, Mrs. Edmund Larsen and Korene Fitch were present. There was an election of officers. Margaret Govern was elected president, Elgeno Young, vice president, Arlene Wood, secretary and Hilma Carlson, treasurer. The lesson Was brought to the club by Lillian Schrader and Vera Fitch. Everyone -took part in cooking the outdoor meal. The next meeting wil! be Nov. 16 in the home of Mrs Ella Lampe or Mrs. Margaret Arndorfer, to be decided later. WHEN THE CALL IS FOR A.. Launderer Dry Gleaner THAT IS SUPERIOR YET ECONOMICAL AND DEPENDABLE CALL FOR , . , ALGONA LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS On North Thorington Street Just East of Courthouse! Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Mrs. Goodwin Bergerud, Mrs. Chas. Scott, Mrs Larry Holding, Mrs. ' George Becker, Mrs. Leonard Stenze) and Neoma Junkermeier attended the United Presbyterian Wo- mens District meeting at Dows Thursday. Mrs, Bernard Phelps and Mrs Leroy Phelps and Douglas went to Fort Dodge Thursday where they visited Mrs. Bernard Phelp's mother, Mrs. Minnie Sperring. and sister, Mrs. Lester Hacker. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Easton and family of Clear Lake were Sunday guests in the Howard Sparks home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith went to Iowa City a week ago Sunday to visit their daughter, Sheryl and attend the capping exercises Sheryl has been in nurses training for some time and was capped last year. Janice Bode oi Algona was one of the girls cap- •LJfflia and Becky Randow, Mr. •ihd' Mrs. Harvey .Johnson and Mi*.; .and Mrs. Soren Larsen of Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Effie Teetfer in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Chrls- tensfen nnd family and Mr. and Mrs; Edmund Larsen were Tuesday evening guests in the Clar- |fi8||€hristensen horn? iH honoi oYCMr. and Mrs. Clarence Chris- tefisett's thirty-third wedding an/rd ary. ' Elizab eth Kennedy, Mrs ilch, Mrs. Ida Chism, Mrs Olson and Mrs. Blanche ; attended the turkey suppei nesday evening in the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter left Tuesday for Colorado where Ray will do some -deer 1 hunting aftdK Mrs. McWhorter will visit Mfeson and daughter and their families. They will also visil Other ' lelatives and friends around Colorado Springs, Den- .ver.ahd Lovcland. They plan to return Nov. 1. Royce, Baroara and Roger Du- gali^ children of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan, spent the. weekend With their aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. I-Iarold Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Royce, Barbara .and Roger Dugan were Sunday. Idinner guests in the Tom TrJMry home. Mr. and. Mrs Dugan were Sunday eve- rung 1 ; callers. >-Mls. Frank Mrs,! Harold Becker, Mr. and Becker and Mrs. ROscoe Mawdsley Jr. attended the Mariners Fall Cruise of the North Central Iowa Presbytery Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quintus of Garner were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Eliz abeth.3 Kennedy. Two nieces an their families of Wallingfor were Sunday afternoon callers. .Mr. and Mrs. Avery Fitcr Douglas and Linda, of Lebanon Mo. came Friday night to be her f 6r-'the fiftieth wedding anniver sary•. of Mrs. Fitch's parents, Mr and ;Mrs. Earl Cushman, whicr was observed Sunday afternoo. in'the Presbyterian church, La kota. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Fitch Douglas and Linda called at th Ray Fitch home Saturday morn ing and were dinner guests in the Victor Fitch home. Mr. ano Mrs. 'Dwight Ruse and .Stanley Ruse were Saturday callers. Mr, and Mrs. James Leckbanc 'Gregory and Germaine of. Worth ingtdh; Minn, and Erling Frett of Blue Earth were Sunday din ner.jguests in the Vitcor Fitcl homef "while faith makes all thing possible, it is love that make air .things easy". Mr. and Mrs. and children of Saturday supper Mclvin Madsen Guckeen were guests at the ped this year. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet were Sunday visitors in the Jake Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larsen and Kenneth Isaacson home. Sunday afternoon at the Eldor Isaacson home were the Kennetl Isaacson family, Allen Lopft family, Duard Perdue family anc Christine Isaacson. Birthdays ol Darwin and Darrcll, 6 year old twin'sons of the Eldon Isaacsons and Duard were observed. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Preston, Wells, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bocver and family, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Linde and ' family were Sunday guests at the Joe Preston home. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Gardner Iowa City, became the parents of a baby boy Sept. 28. He has acen named Marc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft and VIr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders and 'aniily of Fairmont were Saturday evening guests at the Albert Johnson home for the birthday of Marilyn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Preston and family visited the Joe John sons Thursday evening. Beryl Bromely, Fairmont, visited at the Truman Johnson home. Sunday evening guests at the Truman Johnson home were Gaylord Johnson, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Godfredson and family were Sunday callers at the Don Hoppe home at Granada, and visited with Mr. Hoppe in the hospital, where he has "GUNS OF NAVARONE" Coming for one week starting Thursday at the ALGONA THEATRE. Presence of a child helps enemy capture of British commandos Gregory Peck, right, David Niven and Jsmjs Parren in Carl Foreman's "The Guns of Navwone." new Columbia wJveniure in Eastman Color out! CuicmuScoyc a* Ui@ Algontt been a patient for several weeks. *Judy Hurlburt, student at Morhlngsidg College at Sioux City, visited her parents, the Maiicil HUrlburts, over the weekend. Mrs. Ida Nelson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wikert oi Emmelsburg to Illinois Thursday to attend funeral services for nn Uncle.' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pchrson were Monday dinner guests at the Art Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Art W. Larson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stahl and Kathy, all of Hampton, at dinner Sunday then spent the afternoon at the Sam Larson cottage at Silver Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston visited at the Allen Owens -home last Tuesday evening. Mr. Owens has been in 111'health for several months and is confined to his bed at home, . Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and children and Mr. and Mrs Andrew Brones were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Goeman at Fairmont. Saturday supper guests at the Virgil Tokheim home were her sister, Mrs/ O'pal Pierce and sons and a friend, Mary Smith, all o f St. Paul, Minn., Orville Work. Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs Harley Work. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and family were Sunday visitors at the home of her mother; Mrs. Conrad Brekke, Estherville. Sharon Patterson, who "teaches at Spirit Lake, visited with her family, the Ernest Pattersons over the weekend. Sharon, Linda and Donna Patterson attended Homecoming at Forest City. They were accompanied by Carolyn Hovey of Armstrong. Allen Peterson visited his parents, the Rudy Petersons over the weekend. Jim Hardt and. Pat O'Hern of Sioux City visited Jim's parents, the' Marlin Hardts, over the weekend. Thursday, Octobsr 26, 1961, Algona (la.) Upper D*t Moln«-7 ' - • • Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brock and sons were Sunday guests at thr Johnie Tobin home. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Strayer and family entertained Mr. ano Mrs. Art Luscombe and sons of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs Linn Foderberg and Gary of Es-, therville at an oyster suppe; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Buh- mann of Emmons, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Jny Brones were dinner guests at the Kenneth Bron- cs home one day Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Sanders and Pam of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Looft and family of Blue Earth, Minn, were Sunday guests at the William Sanders home. VOTE FOR DR. C. C. SHIERK PROGRESSIVE FORWARD - CITY • Resident 26 years — 4 children O Home owner • Mayor of Algona — 6 Years • Repraianting Algona: Past Presj, Iowa League of Municipalities; state Civil Defense Commission; Governor's committee on U. N.; Founder and 1st Pros. Northwest Iowa Mayor's Ass'n. • Life member Algona Junior C. of C., vice-president Algona Industrial Development Corp. • Many other local club affiliations. EXPERIENCE FOR PROGRESS" Sponsored by Shierk .for Mayor Campaign Committee FARM BULLETIN! Wort 'NEW I I I I I I P AT FOSTER'S * On the purchase of any Living Room Suite, Bedroom Suite or Dining Room Suite . in our Store — we will credit you $5 per bushel on 10 bushels of corn . . . and there will be no delivery problem! Have your Corn ready for us to pick up. We will pick up your 10 bushels of corn when we deliver your purchase! This offer is good 10 days only — WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25 TH ROUGH SATURDAY, NOV. 4. Read About 'Bonus' Below . . . X-TRA CORN PECKIN' BONUS The Farmer that has the longest ear of Corn in the 10 bushels credited toward his purchase will receive a Bonus Gift -r- A Syroco original 8-day Sunburst Clock (valued at $29.95) — at No Extra Cost.* DON'T WAIT — the price of corn will be $5 per bushel for 10 days only! STER'S

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