The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 14
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«'* *~A!06flQ (ta.) Upfrtf Pe» Matoii tHursday, November 9, 1961 Most Of Local 1%1 Grads Are Now In College About two-thirds of the members of the Algona high schoo class of 1961 are enrolled in some type of additional formal education, according to a repoH released by Kathfyn Sorenson guidance director of the local high school. Algona ,high school class o.' 1961 has 57.3 per cent continuing their education with 47.2 per ceni enrolled in college, 2.2 enrolled in business schools, 1.1 per cent enrolled in ticHnichl schools, 3.30 per cent enhijle'd in beauty schools, 10.1' in.,|he armed sev- vices and 3.30 per cent in nursing. Entered at the State University of Iowa are Kathy Bay, Clara Hansen, John Platt, Bill Sigsbee, Linda Tague, Jack Vipond and Denny Waller. • At Iowa State University at Ames are Gary Angle, Harriet Benschoter, Carl Danielsen, Fred Duerr. and Leonard Funk. Enrolled at State College o Iowa, Cedar Falls, are Glenda Gabrielson, Sandra Hakes, Larry Klein, David Long, Gary Ricli Joyce Riebhoff, Carolyn Roch leau and Betty Wickwire. At Luther College, Decorah Patricia Navoichick and Gary Peer; Dartmouth, Bill Bourne Mankato State College, Barbara Bartlett and Julie Vipond; Val- praiso University at Valpraiso. Penny Johnson; South Dakot State College at Brookings, Jea Keith; St. Teresa College at Wi nona, Charlene La Barre; Unioi College, Lincoln, Nancy LoW man; Clarinda Junior College Pauline McMahon; Emmctsbur Junior College, Sheryl McNeil! Ellsworth Junior College, low Falls, Dennis Richey; Moorheaf State College, Rosemary Mcdin Central College, Pella, Barbara Reinders; St. Olaf College, North field, Roberta Schwendemann Hamilton Business College, * Ma son City, Anne Steven; Millarc Prep School at Langlos, Oregon. Bob Percival. Nurses Training: Judy Gerber at St. Barnabas School of Nurs ing, Minneapolis; Karen Haase al Iowa Methodist School of Nurs ing, Des Moines. Beauty Schools: Barnell Beauty School at Fort Dodge, Mary Ann Hansen and Phyllis Hard!*rove; Thompson School o: Beauty, Karen Schultz. In the armed .services are Terry Farnstrom, John Gilbert, Eu- »ene Harbour, Ron Isaacson, Steve Miller, John Moore, Jim Richardson, Terry Ringsdorf and John Spencer. Eugene Wittkopf; Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., Ruth Van Buren; Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., Louise Skow; Mpr- ningside -College, Sioux City, Gary Resting, Earl Routh and Sherry Read; Bethel College in St. Paul. Patty Priebe; Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, Mo.. Alvin Hagg; Mason City Junior College, George Balluff, Bob Haag. ' V Buena Vista at Storm Form New Girl Scout Set-Up The final meeting of the Algona Girl Scout executive committee was held Oct. 30 at Mrs Allen Wagner's. At this time the new neighborhood service team was organized. The new neighborhood chairman is Mrs. Howard Long. Mrs. Long has been an active Girl Scout leader for several years. Other members of the neighborhood service team are, secretary, Mrs. Les Kenyon, registra- :ion, Mrs. D. K. Chiquet, publicity, Mrs. John Hopkins, chairman of organization, Mrs. Richard Norton and Mrs. Leo Gardler, camp chairman, Mrs. Rex Taylor, program and troop consultants are Mrs. Allen Wagner, NOTE3 OF SERVICE MEN third class, USM, sdfl df llfft Iftd Mrs. Glen D. Culbertsonifl^.iSJft E. Elm St., Algona. Is scheduled to be promoted, N6vi Itff 1$Hfle serving in the Paci fie •aboard Iff e attack aircraft carrier USS tOris- kany, operating out of Sah Diego, Calif. FOftf STEWART, — Army PFC Bernard 3. Fojf t son of Mr. ahd Mrs. Wilbur L. F6k. Bancroft, Iowa, recently .wfis- assigned to the 6i8th Ordnance Falfvllie da; -§un flftd tyfevDavid Dn Hufflboldl were week£ft<f in the parental Frank fifeye" home. Mrs. Prank Flaig attended" th annual fall TB luncheon at Al gona Saturday, Mrs. Flaig .1 chairman for the town' of Lone Rock, , . ' ; The mobile unit .of the f.B Association 6f KossWh County jiva. in Lone iHock Wednesday, Bus! Company at ,Fort Stewart, Ga. | ness places that handle food par Fox, a mechanic irt the com- tidpated in the survey. The pany, entered the Army in Jan- u ~' *" J -••--'——"• •-• *•• uary 1961, completed basic traifl- ing at Fort Riley,*Kan. )V and was last stationed at Fort Campbell, fty. The 23-year-old graduate 'of St. school. soldier v is a John's ';?.„„ , ytf • Des Moines, Nov. 1 .Can Mrs. David Smith, Mrs. Al Agena Lake., and Mrs. Walter Petersen. Army Pvt. Rodney M. Priebe. 20, above, son of Arther E. Priebe, Lone Rock, recently was graduated from the 101st Airborne Division Jump School at Fort Campbell, Ky. Priebe received his paratrooper wings after completing three weeks o' intensive ground and aerial training which included five parachute jumps. The 101st, a major Strategic Army Corps (STRAC) unit, constantly maintains an immediate readiness force for airborne deployment to any area of the, world. He entered the Army last March and completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kas. He is a 1959 graduate of Sentral high school in Fenton and was employed by W. Hodgman & Sons, Fairmont, Minn., before entering the Army. (U. S. Armj Photos). SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Glen M. I. Culbertson, machinist's mate * NOW AT BEECHER LANE APP'L. DURING FRIGID AIR E B1G VA LU E DAYS! Henry Kinhe, 22, the son' 6f ' Mr and Mrs. Henry O. F. Kinrie" 6: LuVerne, enlisted today to'ith United States Marine Cprps'slo 4 years. He wSs assigned to' the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California, for 80 days', of recruit training. His first military leave will be granted following the completion of this course. ..... Young Kinne is a graduate of LuVerne high school where 'he lettered in baseball. He enlisted through Gunnery Sergeant s Jim Nelson, local Marine from Mason City. recruiter LL PAY YOUR DRYER It's like getting a fist full of dollars FREE! Yes, when you buy a new Frigidaire Dryer during this special event —we'll pay the utility bill for running your dryer for a full year! (Based on average utility rate for a family of four.) OFFER GOOD ONLY 30 DAYS! HURRY! Dial just once and it's dry! Easy as turning on TV. Set only one dial to dry any fabric-beautifully! • Exclusive Frigidaire Flowing Heat —dries clothes breeze-fresh, even safer than sunshine! • No-stoop nylon Lint Screen- right on the door! • Porcelain Enameled drum—rust- resistant; won't snag clothes! O BIG VALUE PRICE ONLY • a touch you love in features • a touch you see in styling • a touch you feel in craftsmanship • a touch you trust in engineering ,. . a touch you'll find only in pUL/l products bearing this symbol I F*i EASY TERMS LIMITED TIME ONLY! BUY NOW! SAVE YOUR DRYER ELECTRIC BILL FOR A YEARS BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "Wildest Trader in Town" Auxiliary At Lone Rock To Have Bazaar Lone Rock — The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday in the Legion hall; They discussed buying, card ta> bles and cards for the / Legion hall, discussed plans for the Christmas meeting, decided each member would bring a gift suit.' able for a girl or boy to send to Woodward, decided to give $5 donation to the Sentral Community School for National Education Week.to be used to buy books. ' Plans for the bazaar and pot luck supper to be held Nov. 11 were discussed. Each member may bring a guest. All members of the Auxiliary and all veterans are invited to attend. Hostesser were Julia Thompson, Georgia Marlow and Viola Marlow. ''•" Cash Corn Drive The Lone Rock Presbyterian church held a cash corn drive Thursday and Friday. Clair.'Bol' linger donated the use of hii corn shelter, Glenn Householder donated the use of his truck'arid Clarence Kraft supplied the s gasj Results of the drive won't be known until later. The farmers each brought their own corn in. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and girls spent a week in the parental Wm. Champion home. They will return to their home in e<j» Ionia, 111. Sunday. : Mr. and Mrs. Ward Champioi, and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Champion of St. Ansgar were callers in the William Champion home. Sandra Schadendorf arrived ii the parental Alfred Schadendorf home Friday. Sandy has beer employed in Alameda, Cal. ano has now returned to' look for employment here. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig of Lone Rock are parents of a son born Oct. 21. The baby weighed 7 IDS., 9 o/.s. and has been nameu Ronald .Eugene. The babyV grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Donald Radig of Lone Rock anr] Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman 01 Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thacker 01 Spencer were guests over the weekend in the Gerald Radig home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thacker Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seegebartl- attended the wedding of a nephew, Gary Michaelson to Sharon Schmidt of Titonka at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer attended the wedding of Judy Voigt and Joe Culbertson in the V The DELEGATE SPORTABOUr NewVisUTV \ Series 172-A-M-M 17" tube (overall diag. 156 square-inch pictujf lowest Priced RCA * Victor Sportabout TV • Super-Powerful «WT t- "New Vista" Tuner * 18,ooo volt chassi» (design average) $189i g 8 TOM'S RADIO AND TV REPAIR CY 4-3260 helpers and-employee's at'the Lone Rock schodl were/also checked. /. :, Mr. and Mrsi Ralph.^Thompson and Lavonne," Mr. " and Mrs James Elsbecker arid children", ol Bancroft Were Sunday breakfasi guests, in- the Willard"Thompson home. They attended the first communion of the. Thompson's son, William Joseph,'at the St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. ' . ' : Roy. Donovan of Bellihgham, Wash.ids visiting in the Ralph Thomps6rt, Walter Thompson and the Neva" Thompson < homes over the Weekend. . * ; Mrs. Harold Angus accompanied Mrs. Gerald Angus'to Omaha where .they took; Jerry Angus to attend the Universal Trade School. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur^ Christensen and' family of ') Wesley visit• ' • „ "- - - «d,, Saturday in the 'ftarW tar* ,sea,Hdmei.» \-. .,..- .«>•-• > • I, 'Mh indl'Mrs. JiiHiof/IJuflBurt visited fifffia Hufifiurt over the weekerid, Mk Hurflbtm ft a 'pal tlent hi Meeh&ter foe observation. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Mail- b&uef ahd Mike of Sioux City visited tot a 'Week in the parental AM ' Zumaeh , hortie. . Mr. and Mrs, 'Ray Laufenberg of Delta, Were .' ..Sunday dinner gueiU ift the Sen Schmidt hbtrte. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blarichard of Spencel- were -Sunday evening guests In the Schmidt hofae.' Mr. and Mrs. Walter ^homp- son.were Monday evening guests in the Henry Kueck home. They celebrated , the birthday of Mr Kueck. ; / • Mr. and 'Airs. Harvey Rath and Mr', and Mrs, 'Leonard Hoist 01 Algona, Mr. ,and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod were Sunday e'vening ju'ests in the < Dale Wegentr lome. They celebrated the 7lh birthday of the Wegener's daugh> .er, Connie. 4 Mr. and Mr?. Donald Kneedler were Tuesday evening callers in he Darold Berhow home at Deliver; . Mr.' and Mrs. Glenn Grouse ind family, Mr. and Mrs. Billy 3if ford "-'and Brian were Tuesday /jsitors in ' the Harvey Larsen Mrs. Georgia Marlow of'Burt and- Georgia Ann Marl&w. 6f-Al* ,gona were Sunday g*lie$t8 Jrf, the Lyle, Marlow home. Townsend Club The Algona Townsend . Club me't at the hbhie of' Mr.' arid Mrs. A. M. Andersptt <3ct. 24 f6r its annual Hallowe'en p^arty and bus* iness meeting. Nominations were again- opened ahd Mrs. Peggy FWnk's name was added., Mrs. Chester Willey was elected club president for the coming year. Main topic for the evening was the* basic rights of all citfeens, Mrs. Andettdtt.gave ft fep6ri ghe next;meting Will be fit,-the Wil- Bttf Holdren homl ,Nov; 14; 'Games' were played and Mnoh served. • 101 C. E. tfuiper,, Orange 1 City's oldest resident recently celebrat* 6d his 101st birthday at the hog- pital there. ^^^^^ '••'•' ' "' BfiLL ' A bell thai -Has been in the belfry of the Baptist church in What Cheer for 73 years was removed ' from there recently and placed on n pedestal in front of the church. 1-STOP HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL HOG PRODUCTS Mr. and Mrs. Bud Marlow'anci Rodney, Mrs. Anna Bierstedt and No Hunting ''• '"' '-'M* '•••" •-,'•• -•"^: Signs Now in this area Vneofthe oldest, most respected parties In animal health has certified us as headquarters for j«M? PRODUCTS'* [N CERTIFICATE Or. Salsbury's CERTlPieD HOG PRODUCTS HEADQUARTERS At The Office ow, under one roof, you can find a complete selection of hog (health products ... we have '(disease-fighting mddicinals, health boosters, and disease preventives to help you' keep jyour pigs growing and profit- Or. SALSBURY'S •- rLCIwlM CUT able. Our Dr. Salsbury's Hog Products, plus the professional advice and counsel of your veterinarian, protects your pig!} and your profits. -^tv**** Visit Dr. Salstiuty's Certified Hog Products Headquarters listed below: LABORATORIES' FENTON COOP. ELEVATOR CO. FfeNTON, IOWA WHITTEMORE FEEDS WHITTEMORE, IOWA %T £k /v«/ \ N 'iff* •<*' ")': - -VS-' '' " r *^ y > * '^?'v w "£3/>£ s: y.'';.X,' Vy * \ '• X ' l< •> ' V^ :& w r-y |J 1 /AO£M. If anyone had told him, a short while ago, that his 1961 Cadillac could be improved on—he would have regarded them with disbelief. And yet, after only half an hour in the newest "car of cars", he knows that a year of Cadillac progress has made a world of difference, In fact, the list of Cadillac advancements for 1962 embraces each of the great motoring virtues. For added beauty, there is a lower, longer silhouette . . . greater simplicity and dignity of line ,.. and new interior elegance and luxury. For improved comfort, there is increased spaciousness ,., new convenience of appointments ... and « ride that is unbelievably quiet and smooth. For finer performance, there is greater power ,., \j more responsive handling .. . and a degree, of all- around road ablenesa that is new even to Ca For increased safety, there is a new dual bralSJpg system , , , a new three-phase rear warning system ... and. new cornering lights that illujroinai your way around turns, > , < And we would like to say that even Cadillac quality has been enhanced for 1962. But the truth is simply, that the car continues to be built to the highest standards that can be brought to the production of an automobile. Stop by you* djaajer's showroom soon, won't you.? He'll be happy to demonstrate to you what'« differ, ence a year can mafej—when the year |s this oat and the car is Cadillac, VISIT YOVR IQC41 AUTHORIZED C4mil4C DEAISR SCHULTZ BROS. $PMth Phillips St, -- .--'..-»• MM P9R SIXTY YEARS THB gT^WBAUB 6F ?«i ' v •*&• ' ,' . '4. A-'>iW4S ^^yWi , "'-4il';' T -'•' ^ (.^.-, -t K<V' 41i? i,tl

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