The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1961
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GRID GUESSERS CONTEST > * B? 01' Man Mose * juu' ie - was Merrill Walker, Algona. had a high game foial of 59. Fifteen correct took third place for Mrs Halph Moe, Algona. Adi other entries had 14 or less right. ° l6rU for lh « W «K' with 14, were Harold Thlfr was a bad Saturday all around for the guessers, with M« Lt QU?I?- 9 ^ mes '«V ld upsels> Enlries wUh 13 ri 9 ht were £l£u £ S h:lh . n |[ loft ' Wall Hagen. Mrs B. J. Bradford,- Bob ? *4 £r-fj r i f, John£0n ' Latf y Recfer ' Jim Abbott, Dorothy Ab< C S ^. v le f W 1 < S1 :? be ' JB 5 e Fiaser ' Eugene Lickleig. R!IW n £? ' ¥ Imfoerfall and flobert Kunkel. all Algonaj Fento? Bancroft; and Larry Sorensen and Jim Meyer. Mourner's Bench ?. Three occupants for the week, all with five right. They are Milo Durant, Jerry McCarthy and Dorothy Durant, all of Algqna. ' • , • b ' 9 w?ek coming up. Same, rules, same cash prizes. Anna Mae Bauer Oilosen — lArina Mae Bauer was honored 'at a miscellaneous shower at the commercial club building Saturday evening. Miss Bauer will be married to Dick Oline of Des Moines at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church, West Bend, Saturday, Nov. 11. Eileen Bauer presided at the guest book. ,Mrs. H. P. Mertz presented the honored guest with a "mink", corsage with matching ear rings. Her mother, Mrs. Clarence Bauer, was given a mink corsage. Mrs. Oliver Lee announced the program. A girl's quartet, Carie Mae Haug, Mary Anne Holt, Ruth Usher and Suzanne Oppedahl sang, accompanied by Mrs. Merle Holt. Mrs. Mertz gave three readings and Ruth Usher played a piano solo. Helping with the gifts were Mrs. Marvin Anderson of Milwaukee, Wis., Janet Stone of Des Moines, Eileen Bauer, Sharon Bristow of Algona and Janet M/>ntag of West Ben«|.*v 4' "A lunch U-as served by the following hostesses, Mrs. Al Wirtz, Mrs. George Montag, Mrs. Francis Montag, Mrs. John Montag, Mrs. Peter Schmalen of West Bend, Mrs. Homer Bristow of Algona, Mrs. Philip Montag of Curlew, Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Oliver Lee, Mrs. Ed Grimm, Mrs, Howard Hellickson, Mrs. Antone Waechter, Mrs. Donald Cooper, Mrs. Ed Kemna, Mrs. H. P. Mertz and Mrs. Merle Holt. Swea City Ends Season With A Perfect Record Swea City's Trojans, who wrapped up their second straight State Line Conference title a Week earlier, .won their sixteenth straight football game and posted their second straight unbeaten season with a 7-0 win over Lake Park at Lake'Park Friday night. The Trojans finished with an 80 record under Coach Don Butterbaugh. A touchdown by Larry Claussen gave the Trojans their win in the hard fought finale. Larry also added the extra point to give the winners their seven points in the second period. Neither team could dent the scoring column in the other three periods of action. Conference Standings (Final) • W L T Swea City _ 6 0 0 Armstrong -__5 i o Titonka 4 2 0 Sentral _. 2 3 1 Burt 1 4 Rake ___i 5 Thompson 1 5 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Egan and children and Roger Egan of Ashby, Nebr, visited this week at the H. J. Nielsen home. Richard Kinseth celebrated * birthday Nov. 5 and his sor Craig celebrated his eleventh birthday Nov. 4. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Richard Kinseth's to observe the two* birth-, days were Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mrs. James Barber, Donna and Rhonda of West Bend and 'Mr. and Mrs. Mount 0. Kinseth and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wigans and Lu Ann of Thor and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson were Monday business callers at Sioux City. "Mrs. Jacob Ryg and Jack and Bea Ricke and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Broesder of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Olson, at Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. Olson is a sister of Mrs. Ryg. Warren Truesdell of Hayfield, Minn, took his grandmother, Mrs. Kate Shursen, to Maynard Saturday where she will spend the winter with the Wayne Trues- iells. Warren called on Mrs. Wina Wehrspann Wednesday af- "ernoon. Mrs. Marvin Anderson and Raymond of Milwaukee, Wis. are Spending a. couple weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Benkendon and family attended the jr. class play at LuVerne Friday evening- and afterwards were lunch guests at the Don Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson entertained eleven couples at a 500 party Saturday evening. Those having high scores were Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and Dean Telford, low scores went to Mrs. Conrad Johnson and Alfred Schultz' and Richard Kinseth had travel. Susan of Port Dodge. , .Weekend visitor .with .his grandparents, Mr< and ,Mrs, .William Prior and Sally, was Danny Sloter . of Forest City* ; l parents ,Mr. arid - Mrs,, Jafi Sloter. were guests -, take 3-year old Danny hotfie. • Marvin Maass, Stale College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, was home for the .weekend with his mother, Mrs. Marie Maass, Lavon, Maybelle and Bobby* ' ' Mrs. Clara Wolf, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pechufner, Mrs. Kale Barton were Sunday dinner",guests of their daughter and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Clarertce Jurgenseiv family at Cor\vith.j Mr, and Mrs. Cyril Woodsbri :6f Eagle Grove were Sunday guesjtk of his daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Agard, Linda and Gary, .j Mr. and Mrs, Everett Mittag and family of Des Moines were Monday ^'Visitors in the Dori : Miller, home. The ladies are. sisters, Gerald Larsen, State ' University of Ames, was a weekend ;uest of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Loyd Larson. . Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk were Sunday guests of her sister, • Mr. and Mrs. Kennetji Chamberlain at Webb. Their par- ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clare Jones of Royal wore guests, Kerry Becker spent the weekend with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Leo Becker and family in Humboldt..." Mrs, Emma Moeding, 81,, underwent, surgery Friday at Lutheran hosital, Fort Dodge. She is making good recovery. J. O. Cox was the winner of the transistor radio given by the LuVcrne Farmers State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pickctt of Hawthorne, Calif, arrived Sunday to visit her parents and brother, the Earl and Duane Neal families. They will also visit his parents in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce A. Wickett were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Champine at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Karen Baer attended p pre-nuptial shower .Thursday evening in Garner • honoring Janclte McCoy, They were classmates at Garner high school. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and family of Whittemoro were Sunday visitors with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Genard Towne of Manson, Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Ncal, Joyce and Beth Neal were Sunday guests in the parental Mr. attd Mrs. Earl Noal home, Sunday Shower Honors Former St. Joe Girl St. Joe — Irma Laubonthal was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Cecelia's hall, Algona, with relatives nnd friends attending the courtesy. Miss Laubenthal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Laubenthol of Algona, formerly from hero, will be the bride of Glen F. Gingling of Cedar Falls Nov. 11 in'Algona. Miss Laubenthal is a cousin of Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Harold Bormann and Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas, all from here. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner were Sunday evening supper guests -in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Brofer in Fort Dodge, in observance of the Brofer's first wedding anniversary. Thursday, November 9, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Mo!nes-3 Delores Berte, dauhgtcr of Mr and Mrs. Nick Berte, student at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, spent the weekend here with home folks. Mr. i and Mrs. Edward Thilgns and daughters and Mrs. Rosn Stattleman were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmer at Bancroft. Mrs. Slat- tlcman, mother of Mrs. Thilges, and Mrs. Vollmer remained at the Vollmer home where she plans to spend several weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bormann, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kollasch from Whittemoro and Sister Ann Marie from St. Patrick's Convent at Waukon. spent Wednesday and Thursday at Madison, Wise, where they attended dedication of St. Benedicts convent. They also visited Sister Benedict and Sister Dolores. The sisters and Mrs. Bormann are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch. Mrs. Mildred T e r n e s and daughter Adeline from Ledyard spent Thursday and Friday' here with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family. BURT NEWS Sunday guests of Mrs. Ed Jun- kermeior nncl Naomi were Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Brand, Hollandale, Minn, nnd Mrs. Paul Gel- hnus. Ledyarcl. Mr. Brnnd arid the ladies are brother and sisters. Monday evening supper guests in the Junkermeier home were Ivadell Ross, Leila Johnson, and Alma Junkermeier, all of Estherville. All attended the community concert at Algona in the evening. The members of the Woman's Club met at the home of Mary Smith Monday evening with Leona Lacy and Rena Buell assisting hostesses. A traveling ark exhibit was shown with Karen Holmscth as narrator. A historical sketch was presented by six- ladies of the cliijb. The next meeting will be h(j|d at the home of Lillian Mienzer Nov. 13. SQUASH Giant squash were grown this year by Orvillc Clark of Estherville. The largest one weighed 45 pounds. • OUR MANY CUSTOMERS WILL BE HAPPY TO KNOW Rev. and Mrs. Harold Mountain attended a pastoral confer^ tnce at the Badger Lutheran thurch Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Daniel and children of Boxholm and Mr.' and Mrs. -Harvey finyder of Bbone were Saturday guests at the Loren Daniel home. They celebrated Mrs. Keith Daniel's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and sons visited Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algona Sunday afternoon to help her observe, her eighty- seventh birthday which is Nov. 7. Mrs. Bacon io the mother of Mrs. Hofius and Mrs. Oppedahl's grandmother. Mrs, Oliver Lee, Mrs. LeRoy Worby and Tami were Wednesday guests at the Archie Thorson home at Ft. Dodge. The gathering was in honor of Mrs. Earl Babb who celebrated a birthday. Mrs. Babb is a sister of Mrs, Lee and an aunt of Mrs. Junior Class Play Is Smash Hit, LuVerne LuVerne.,— The junior class play "Man Overboard",- presented Friday evening in the auditorium of the LuVerne Community school, drew a capacity attendance. It was reported as one of the best, produced plays by any class of the school for some time. Henry Kueck was honored on the occasion of his 72nd birthday Saturday by his^children for a 6 p.m. dinner at his home in Algona. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kueck, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller, LuVerne and families. Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Schipull, accompanied by Mr. ana Mrs. John Schipull of Goldfield, went to Grand Forks, N. D., to visit their son Capt. Gerald Schipull and family. They went to make the acquaintance of the new daughter Brenda Sue, born Oct. 23. The baptismal services took place there Sunday, Nov. 5. Saturday afternoon visitors in the parental Mr. and Mrs. William Hedrick home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rost, Michael and DIAMOND'S "GEMS OF THE WEEK' Check These Specials! TO P VALUE! Sale of "THERMO" UNDERWEAR The Same Suit Sold for $3.88 Last Yearl Npw| for a _ limited Time Onlyl 199 Per <5«rment »P. to tO be. cted by . N»vy. ith out . low. perfected the p. ». N»vy. Lowest Price In Town U.S. Navy Pants Farmer*, tporU- men these cost U. 8. 118.40. ffbey »re icuce. Last time we •old tbeiq. lor IW.95, - SALE INSULATED JACKETS MEN'S BETTER WEIGHT FLANNEL SHIRTS S-WM, 2 i '3 '°° MEN'S RUBBER 4-BUCKIE OVERSHOES Zipper O'Shoe. $3*99 DIAMOND'S OP NGRTHWf S? IQWA" Our DRIVE-IN Banking Window is i. in operation again and awaiting your use Join the hundreds who are using this exclusive service at the Security State Bank in Algona Since our "Drive-in Teller" window was opened in our bank several years ago, many area housewives, businessmen and other customers have made use of this exclusive service of the StCUrtlTY STATE BANK, They've found on sunny days as well as rainy and snowy days, it is so handy to drive up and transact their business without ever leaving the comfort of their car. For the past several months, our window has been out of operation due to some redecorating to the back of our bank building. Now this work is completed and our window is open again. If you have not used our "Drive-in" window, try it the next time you drive downtown. You'll find it handy — quick — dependable. Introducing Mr. C. W. Conn . . . New EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT of the Security State Bank The newest addition to our staff at the SECURITY STATE BANK is Mr. C. W. "Bill" Conn, who joined the bank the middle of last month as executive vice-president, "Bill" is no newcomer to Iowa. He formerly was associated with the Union-Whitten bank at Union and the Decatur County State Bank at Leon, iowa. In 1956, he went to California where he was president and founder of the Farmers and Merchants bank at Blythe, Calif. He is married and he and his wife Helen have three children: Pat, 16, a junior in high school; Mark, 13, in 8th grade and Chris, 12, in 7th grade. The next time you are in the bank stop by and let us introduce you to Mr. Conn. Security State Bank MEMBER F. D. I, C. "The Friendly Bank" ALGONA

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