The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1961
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(fa) Upper POT MolhM ThoMdoy, November 2, T9A1 Jens Knudsen Rites Are Held Here Monday Fiineral services for Jens B .Knudsen, 86, long-time Al^ona resident, were held at McCultough's Funeral Chanel Monday afternoon, with Rev. James Pickens of the Naznrone church offfciatins. Burial followed at Easllawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers wore Donnld Peterson, Al and Fred Missnl and Ralph Hakes. Mr Knudsen, who made his home here for the past 60 years, died Saturday at St. Ann hospital, following a lingering illness. Born ot Hollnnclborg, Denmark, June 21, 1875, Jens. Beck Knudsen was a son of Beck and Racinda Knudsen. He came to the United States in 1900 and to Algona the , following year. He was married to Elin Johnson here Jan. 1, 1915. He worked ds a laborer until retirement several years ago. Besides his wife, he is survived by four sons, Oliver, Robert, Everett and Alvin, all of Algona; four daughters, Margaret (Mrs Al Missal) and Joyce (Mrs Donald Peter- son), Algons, Mary (Mrs Fred Missal), Winona, ..ill., and Catherine (Mrs Ralph Hakes), Dana, 111,; 13 grandchildren; and a brother, Anthon, Denmark. Eight other brothers and Sisters "preceded him in death. Raymond Winter OfLakotals Heart Victim Lakoia — Raymond Arthur Winter, 55, died suddenly of a heart attack Thursday afternoon at Buffalo Center hospital. He had become ill in the morning and died several hours later. He was born January 24, 1906 to Emma Ogren Winter and Charles A. Winter & Lakota. June 4, IBO, he was married to Ms children and flvd grand.cMtdfeti, , a sister, Leona (Mrs Jerry titeetiand) and a twin brother, Russell, bbth of Lakota. Mr Winter served on 'the and Farm Service board and was a leader of the Lakota Boys' 4-H club for several years. He was a member of the United Presbyterian church. Services were held at 2 p.m. Punt, Pass Held A t Lakotn Larry Stafford. !dna Estle.''They farmed near Swea City for two years, then moved to a farm near Lakota where they have lived since. To" this union five children were born, Donald Charles of Buffalo Center, Barbara (Mrs .Ronald Schroeder) Lakota, Carol Leona of Mankato, Minn., James Dale and David Michael, both at home. He is survived by his wife, Edna, Lakoia — The punt, paS8"'|nd lick contest, being spohsor^dib oe, wcus WL uu ,, cl u Hl * y , Ford Dealers for boyiTfrofri '^i' v Monday at the Presbyterian church years of age, was held recently with Rev. Harlan Kruse officiating, at the . baseball diamond. - filch Interment was at the Maple Hill first place winner received' a cemetery. Pallbearers were ne- complete football uniform, second phews of Mr Winter, Ronald Heel- place winners received warnr-tip land, Wayne 1 Heetland, Larry Win- jackets and third place winners ter, Vernon Smith, Glen Mabus and | received footballs. t j Here are the winners: 6-yr. olds — Richard ..Countryman first, Robert Johnson, second artd Paul Peterson, third; 8^yr olds — Mike darken, first, Eddie Lunn, second, and T. J. Hdn- ken, third; 9-yr. olds — Tomfny Weringa,' first, Steve Miller, second, and Pat Beemer, third; 10- yr. olds — Bruce Hertzke, ifrsf. Jeff Newman, second and Mike Bierle, third. The winners are slated to cohi- pete in a regional contest at' o date and site to be announced later. Firemen Called Twice Friday Luckily, only slight damage re- ulted at the sites of two fires in his area Friday evening. Algona iremen were called both times. A tractor and corn picker caught fire at the Louis Schumacher farm, several miles northeast of Algona, at 6:30 p.m. Slight damage resulted to the machinery, but^thc fire was under control by the time firemen arrived at the scene. At 7:15 p.m., a neon tign shorted and sent smoke billowing from the canopy over the front entrance of the Algona Hotel. The small fire that resulted was confined to the canopy by the firemen and again damage was limited. we have Revlon's Newest Cream "Eterna 27 Doctors and research scientists from four of the world's great universities have tested "Eterna 27" with exclusive Progenitin and in 6 out of every 10 cases they saw remarkable results. " Geilenfeld Has 288; Got 10 Strikes In Row Hank Geilenfeld,' well-known Algona kegler, flipped his eighth sanctioned 700-or-better series here Wednesday night, Oct. 25, His 700 series included a near- perfect game of 288 and both scores are high for the year here at Algona Lanes. ;; , Geilenfeld just missed a 300. ; ip the last game as he tossed 30 straight strikes, then split and picked it up for 288, one • piti short of the all-time high of 289 at Algona Lanes, posted by Eiel Reding in 1959. High single line this season before . Wednesday was a 269 by Tom Welter. j There were a lot of other high scores posted during the week The same night that Geilenfeld In just 40 days of faithful use, you don't qgree, simply return the jar for. a total refund. Revlon stands behind this product 10,0$. Come in today and let us tell you more. State Beauty Salon CY 4-3127 101 W. STATE ST. $-XXXXS888X^^ had his high total, the team cracked out a 1099 scratch game and eight other men posted high series totals. ;' They, were: Art Ashton 687. Jim Kelley 661, Jerry Gade 651 Harold Long 651, Bill Klesath 650, Ollie Johnson 616, John Levy 608 and John Sires 606. A total of 78 better-than 600 series totals have been posted here this following night, Heide season. The Ferguson rolled a 234 line and 614 series count in a women's league—both new highs forr>the season. Jackie Laing, with a 2'27 line and Charlotte Baldwin with a 5.68 series, had the previous high counts. THIS FRIDAY BUS OUR NEW LOCATION ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE IS IN A BIG MESS ... BUT YOU WILL VALUES ON CLOSE OUT ITEMS! SPEC- DENTED CANS! SPECIALS ON SOILED AND TORN LABELS! SPECIALS ON ITEMS WE WILL NO LONGER HANDLE! COME JOIN IN THE FUN AND MESS AND PICK OUT A BUNDLE OF BARGAINS! NEW STOCK ARRIVING HOURLY! Church Group At Burt Hals BUM — Much* remlfrifteif}^ was done at St. John's church Thursday when the 40th anniversary of the St. John's ladies aid was. observed. MrS, R. Willrett acted • as receptionist Mrs. Erwin Schwietert registered the 50 guests present including the following former mem- Florence . Brown, Mrs bers: Mrs. Jertrude Faulstich and. ' Mrs Julius Baas, Algona;-Mrs. Harold Riemers and - ,Mrs. Siebolt Behrends, Humboldt; ftev,' tfrid Mrs. E. L. 'Wittkopp, Marcus; lev. and Mrs. .L. Richmahj Mrs. Wayne Flohrs, Mrs. Shirley Pfiel, Fairmont, Minn. ; Also present and honored were hree charter members,- Mrs* Anna Bterstedt, Mrs. Nettie-Lav-, •enz and Mrs. Augusta Bliebh. Each was presented a corsage. Mrs. E.d Smith, Jr., was in jharge of the program which in- "luded a welcome by the president, Mrs. Eugene Meyer. "Luthers Coat of Arms," with Mrs Wilfred Radig as narrator,, assisted by Ann Riemers and Mrs. Martin Meyer; vocal trio, Mrs Eugene iMeyer, Mrs. Ray Lavrenz and Mrs. Ed Smith J.r. sang two numbers; talks' were presented by Pastor Schultz ano former pastors Wittkopp and Richman. A .film was sliown. This film was prepared and is narrated by Mrs. Arnold Clark, Akron, th( former Shirley Lockwood of Burt. Mrs. Louis Riedel read correspondence from former members unable to be present. Lunch was served. Mrs. Eugene Meyer poured. Committee in charge • of re freshments was Edna Riedel, chr. assisted by ' Lydia Schwietert Lilly Bliech, Dorothy McFarland Helen Wieske, Helen Smith. Lovina Hansen, Ella Meyer, Es ther Miller and Viola Dacken. Elect Officers The October' meeting of the, Burt Blue Birds was held at ths home ec room with 17 members present. The following officers were elected to head their club for the new year: Evelyn Cherland, president,; Carole Wiener, vice president, ;' Frances McDonald, secretary, : Judy Cherlandf treasurer, and Rose Ella Kahler historian. Francis McDonald and Jane Mitchell were appointed to plan the clubs program number for the annual awards night Nov. 8. Record books for the coming year were, distributed and discussed. Lunch was served by Mrs. Viola McDonald and the Mf«. 'Ifew-eatt and Mrs. "i ' ,_„„-._ Graham arid Mi?s, Maxine, Mjldnell and daughter, W' & &**%cpW».; to Bloom* .hjf .pfalrfe, Mirfn, Saturday the> ' wei-e .oVe'rnight 'at • the Chfistie Olson home. Others at the Olsoft.hdme .Were'-, MfV and Mrs. Kenneth OTaham and family, Mrs. John Emmert and daughters 1 ; • Mason City, and .Mr. and' Mrs. Leslie Graham and family, Marshalltown. They Were joined Sunday bvMr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham, Algotta, and Mr, and Mrs. Jim Sewick, ,Spirit Lake, , . , Jde Graria'm ana 'Mrs.' Maxint. Mitchel and Mary, Greeley, Colo, arrived at the parental Jay Graham home Friday 1 for' a week's visit- They will be accompanied back 46 Gre|ley< byj the Ja'y Gra hams, who "will'visit'at Greeley and Denver until late December when they will go on to Para/ disc, .Cal. for an extended visi with'Mrs. Graham's sisters am families. ; Mr. arid Mrs. Ron Charlson and daughter spent the weekend a Sioux Falls,, S. D. While there they attended the Augustana- Morhingside football game Saturday. :<.'<' Mr. and-/ Mrs. Jim Sewick Spirit Lake, Visited from Saturday, until Monday at the .Flossie Leason home. ' 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller,' Darrell and, Joyce, Bradgate, and Mr. and'Mrs. Cliff Abbas, Judy and Janice were guests Sunday at the parental Walter Steward home. ; • Mrs. Florence Bagby entertain ed her sons and their.families at dinner Sunday evening. They were "the. Ed Abbas, Bode, Melvin Abbas, Algona, and the Cliff Abbas. Members of the Burt Methodist young adult klub .are serving their annual creamed chicken supper 'Thursday evening, Nov. 9, at -the church. All Right - The Gun Was LOADED A check with Police Chief Al' 3pekelman and Assistant Chief Hich Groen, concerning basic' facts pertaining to a potential gang war here Tuesday night, Oct. 24, by this newspaper proved that all facts were correct in the original story in the Upper'Des Moines Oct. 26 — with the exception that the gun carried by a 20-year old Manson youth was LOADED. The youth, John D. Ewing, later d $100 and costs in Mayor C. Shierk's court following a hear- ng on simple assault. The basic facts in the original story were gleaned from a report sheet on the matter, Which was found in the local police station — and not from Interviews with any of the participants. It is very fortunate, however, that the argument ended before ,he battle began. NEW FRONTIER IN JACKETS warm, light laminates by M C GREGOR Welcome <he Winter in this warm and njgged jacket. proof outershell of Cotton is laminated to Scott Apparel Foam . i . the result is maximum warmth with minimum weight. High bulky knit shsw| collar turns up for extra warmth and keeps its shape. Handsome cape shoulders. Firm rib knit <;ujffs, zipper front, slash pockets with flap. WILLIAMS ALOONA.IOWA Homemokers Met 'i?lum'Creek Homefhakers met Oct. the community room with Mrs. Kyle Keith, Mrs. Gordon Slg-sbee,' Mrs. Claude Sfeely and Mrs. Emma Paetz as hostesses. Inspiration was given by Mrs. Glenn Gabriels6n and the lesson was presented by Mrs, Gabrielson, with'Dtfane Hackett i showing films. Selling Buildings The trustees of St. Paul's Lutheran ' church, Whittemore are going to accept sealed bids on the • Old Lutheran parsonage and other buildings, according to an ad in today's UDM, which includes full description of the buildings involved. 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