The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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Olson - Morsch Vows wedding of LaRee Ann Olson and W^ .Paul Morsch was solemnized : the afternoon 'of Noy. 9,' at Fairmont Methodist church,, Fairmont, Minn, The bride is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, Olson, Algona, formerly of Fairmont,' and the! groom is the son of Mrs. 'Doris' Morsch, 206 Oak street. Hev. Paul Wilkinson officiated at the- double-ring 'ceremony. Attendants to the bride were her sister, Sheryl, Algona, maid j of honor, and the groom's sister, I Susan, bridesmaid. About 250 guests, attended the reception in the church parlors. ! after the ceremony." ' ; .Following a wedding trip, the couple will be ,at home at 735% N. Twenty-Second street, La Cro'sse, Wis. ' •"• The bride, a 1959 graduate -pf Fairmont high school, has been employed for the past two years in ; , the business office of the Daily Sentinel. The groom, a 1951 Armstrong j high' school graduate t attended (Hamline University, StJPauJ,) and } they State University of Iowa, Iowa , City. , He . completed , two year's duty in the Army. Morsch' now is news director for'WKTB-IV arid radio statiqn JIVKBH, at LaCrosse. •'•,•'•'• t) Award Night Is Held Nov. 6, St. Joe Clubs . St. Joe —'Garfield and River- i dale townships 4-H recognition I and award night was held Mpn- ( day, Nov. 8, at, the' West jBend, school at 8 o'clock. Alp'rig; ^vith the , passing out 'of awards,' an election of a township 'extension council member was held, replacing Raphael Montag, who has completed 2 terms. Albert, Ban- ivart was elected for a 2 year term. Brief reports wore given by each 4-H club with Avis Lettow, Kossuth county home economist presenting awards following a short program. The. Garfield Gems presented Shadow Opera- tion, rjiano duet by, Kristine and Kathleen; PLithe; piano 1 duet by Connie .and' 'Conine Bormann, Florence McGuire sang, accompanied by Mrs. Milford Plathe. The Garfield Gems, with Mrs. Ernest Habeger and Mrs. Clinton Stenzel, .leaders, received the certificate and seal with sr. top record book award to Janet Banwart; intermediate', Jeanne Banwart and junior, Carmen Montag. The Garfield Hustlers received the Seal' and standard club awards.. Arnold Kettlesen. and Har.vey Buenger, are. leaders ot the club, f which; ' received an awarid fori 95% average for record books. Art Mogler, ' rocord book, the coop dairy 8 ward of $75, a 5-year' member ond.awards for r e c r e a t i o n, achievement, health, Wayrte Banwart, 'Rebecca Banwart, John Kettlesen and Patty Banwart received awards for their record books, Richard Banwart -received i recognition for 9 years, Kenneth Traub, 7 years, .and, Terry Frieden, 5 year ciwafrd' and - - also .'record .book. Sidney Banwart, record book, 5- jfear • .award,; : Ronald •Banwart, record book, 8-year and'agricul- ture awards,' Harlan Mefzger, record t>oQk )lf Merlyi\ ,Metig<?r, flop junior i record po6k, 1 Du4n;e',M,etz- ger, record •' book,' 6 -year "and achievement awards, Karen Banwart,- reporter award, James •Zldugg,' "dalitji 'aWard and Galen/ ,Me.tzger,... record book, 6 year member and beef award. Riverdale Rustlers I, with Mrs. Alviri Klefri -and: Mrs. Ted Hilbert as leaders, received the cer-. tificate and seal w^th completion seals 1 .going to. Connie Bormann, Corrine Bormann, Bernadette Hilbert,- Lenora Hilbert, Kristine Plath'e, Ruth 'Ami Klein, Charlene Thilges, Mary Alma O'Brien and Paula Thilges.,^Record s book ; awaVds to . c Ruth Annj Klein, sr.,, Charlerijib Thilges,, intermediate, and '' Contiib Bormann, - 'junior; membership seals to Ruth Ann Klein and Mary Alma O'Brien, 7 years, and Bernadette Hilbert, 5 •years;': .bjue long-time record to Ruth Ann Klein, Mary Alma O'Brien and Cnarlcne Thilges. Reading awards to Kristine Plathe, Connie Bormann, Corrinr Bormann, 'Paula Thilges and Charlcne Thilges. A special achievement award, outstanding record book in the county, and canning and 4-square award te Ruth Ann Klein; Mary Alma O'Brien receives the trip to Chicago. • ' Riverdale Rustlers 2, with Mrs Hubert O'Brien and Mrs. Sylves,ter-v Wagner as leaders, received the 'certificate and seal with completion seals to Sandy O'Brien, Rosa lllg, LjJis Erpelding, Mary Sue "Zeimet, Marian Kohlhaa?, Florence McGuire, Victoria Me- Gutte, Kathleen Plathe, 'Jearfne McKeoWn and Janice Thul. Top re*cord books to Lois Erpeldihi", sr,, Sandy. O'Brien, int.,-Kathleeii Plathe, jr.; Lois Erpelding received the blue long-time book award, 6-year" member award and tn6 £dftfiifi]j£ «^wa»M*' * ^j.*^«v«« award to Sandy QTOifift. Ufa Sylvester Wagner ' received \m silver clover pin anqfr oertlficftjl as a 5-year leader. "/', ; «*J The St. Jofe TVojanS^V^ftfv Bernard Thilges and' Afyin;,Er| pelding as leaders, received the seal and standard •#• club award with the latter receiving wib aWfird fflf '5 yeaTS",fls* f tt\ l^afr'. Mempers^ r^celvjrjg", |^M(f^AfJ>r years %s 4*Hsmembli5s!Wfe?CDu* ane Hilbert t < 8,- MikJ M|Gutte,';, 8 years, RonaXcyil^S yiff^lpft 9 Mc<3uire,' 7 ^years;"' Robert Erpelding, i Richard- -Erpelding, ". G&ffge lllg ahd,;, Virgil Wagner. W. 0 ears; Kenneth rd Kohlhaas, Nicholas ing, Raymond Erpelding, Ber* hdette Hilbert, all 5 years. Kenneth Bormann receives : the trip to Chicago, tractor award. and Record book awards, Howard Kohlhaas record book award andj beef award; Duane 'Hilbert senior book and Marvin Kohlhaas, junior book. / ", f -• Following th6 prdgrafti, awards a'hd the election of a council Dftember, cookies, milk and ,cof- ! fde were served to 150 members • and guests. : . ; , 3Area4-H Clubs Hold An , Award Night Award night for Cresco, Union and U-Go-I-Go 4-H clubs was held Nov. 8 at the Good Hope church. Entertainment was furnished by the clubs. Robert Johnson,, Co. Ext,, associate, presented awards to the clubs, leaders, and members. This was followed by lunch. U-Go-I-Go Club gave a skit. Girls receiving certificate completion seals were Maureen O 1 - ; Nay«mbef U, 1961 llfldtia (la.) Upp»f DM Brien, Marlys Lupkes, Darla Carr, Donna Kenyon, Carol Smith, Grelchc'n Deim,, Cheryl Carr, Cindy Bradley, Jackie Kinden, Rose Mirio, Rosemary But- lock, " Virginia Sifcrt, K a t h y Bestenlehner and Jean Abbott, Record book awairds went to Marlys Lupkes, senior; Maureen O'Brien, intermediate; and t)ar,n Carr, jurtior. Maureen O'Brien had a.' blue long-time record book, Reading awards went to Cheryl Carr, Jean Abbottj Virginia Sifert, Marlys Lupkes, ano Donna Kenyon. Mfirlys Lupkes received the special reporter's award. Mrs. Fred Lupkes and Mrs. Bob Carr are the leaders. BERRIES Bob Boyer of Bancroft picked a beautiful looking bowl Of strawberries from his garden on Oct. 28. The berries were large and fully ripe and solid. Mr. Boyer said that there were many green berries still on the vines. "The diseases Ot the present have little in common with the diseases of the past, except that we die of them." Agnes Reppller. Make a date with the SCOUT! '• : . - V So versatile you'll have to plan its days, ' A handy 5-ft. pickup for light hauling; without , cab, sporty for fun; with doors and windows off -runabout for hitting the trail; with steel Iravel-Tbp or soft vinyl top, a fully-enclosed wagon. Peppy 93 hp COMANCHE engine even pulls a light trailer. Optional alUwh drive rnakes it a ^iger when the going's • tough, ""' ALGONA IWPliMINT CO AiQONA, IOWA ifc -y; K >"<' X-' OUR PILGRIM FATHERS GAVE THANKS FOR SO LITTLE. WE HAVE SO MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR Let us pause on this day, as our Pilgrim forefathers did so long ago ... to give prayerful thanks, not only for the food on our table, but more Importantly, for those freedoms we hold so dear . . . freedoms our forefathers sought and won in the new land, America. Our country has come a long, hard way since the day of the first meager harvest in 1621 ... to truly become the "Land of Plenty" and the "Home of the Free." Let us pray it will Always be! Bomgaars 5 8c 10' Waldron's Cafe • ' -" Ready-Mix Concrete 8c Lumber Willgen Jewelers Modern Dry Cleaners Kent Motor Co. Kossulh Motor Co. Foster Furniture Co. Irons Heating fe Plumbing Sharp's Jewelry Lindsay Soit Water of Algona Laing Plumbing & Heating Hawkeye Bowling Lanes Dau Garage & Body Shop Read's Furniture Algona Reftigeralion Frederic^ Hardwa»» Isaacson Studio Post Transfer & Storage Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co. Jack's O. K. Tire Service Sailer's Pavis Paint Kossulh Radio & Electric Algona Hotel Hutsell Oflice lit School Supply _ Graham's Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Theimogas Co. Of Algona Pots{ord Lumber Co. Slrayer Standard Service Sherwin-Williams Paints Funk Plumbing & Heating Hood's Super Valu Carson's for Color J. C. Penney Co. Honsbruch Drug Leuthold-Williaras (The Hub Clothiers) Algona Theatre Co. The ChrUchilles Store North Iowa Appliance Center Zender's Algona Plumbing 8t Healing Bjuslrom Furniture Co. Viking Oil Co. Beecher Lane Appliance Algona Flour & Feed Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Christensen'g Buscher Bros Implement Algona Produce Co. Universal Mfg. Co. Percival Motors SehuUit Bros. Garare & Oil Station' Taylor Implement Co. Cullen Hardware Kirk's Shoe Store Donovan Specially Shop Algor.a Insurance Agency Smoke Shop ^ Shills Brownbilt Shoe Store Blossom Insurance Agency Ernie Williams — John Deere North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Coast-to-Coast Store Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. Fowler's of Iowa Security State Bank Iowa State Bank Algona Laundry fc P*y Ctoanen jQ^O^t^tXtXtCU^^ ^i^.4S^

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