The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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In Minnesota • Sirfeea -~ Darlene- <« ^"l ht , er . of Mf. ahdiMk! dents now living at " FairMnVit became the brlV«6£' jSepg James Singer Jr. son 6f Mr ahd ™*3* Si «? ef Sr.,' 0 f Montr Tf, Minn., Nov. S at St. John * ** church at Fairmont. « ' f /»u • ' Ra y mb ^d' Szuberski, East rmud"' f S h ter ° f ' thfe b " de .' w . a ? ter, Mrs. Jairjes Hruska, Mint'- gomery, was Matron and Ellie Simmons, Now Brague,' was „ bridesmaid. William -Hartek; JPafi' bault, served as best man. The brides twin brother, Darrel, and her brother Robert, were groomsmen. 5 !Gary and David Reutzel W^rr # the bride ' ca rtied'the rings. Ushers were Erviri Reutzel and James Hruska. " • 1A C ^lyweds will be at home • fit Montgomery after a week's honeymoon .trip to-Colorado , j The bride, wlio" atterfded grade School at Seneca ..was graduated from Fairmont high in 4959. She attended Mankato Commercial - College and is employed as 1 a medical secretary at Community Memorial hospital, New*, Prague, Minn., where she will continue • to work. , ' i '' if j)n New York'. Visii s;-, . . j Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul Bernhard left last Wednesday for' New York where they planned to visit with Mrs. Bernhard's sister. . They expect to return the. middle of this week. The children are staying at the homes/of the grandparents,, the Maurice Berh- hards, Bancroft, the Raymond Wolfs, Bancroft, and at the Roger palmers, Algona. , ' ; j Larry Osborn, who is attending a; trade school at Sioux City, Spent the weekend with his p'ar- jsnts, the Lester Osborns. He was accompanied home by 'His room- hiate. -.-...' :.'.•• v v (•Mrs. Henry Looft was a guest of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets, at their Christmas patfy Saturday at the home of Patricia Lynch. Co-hostesses were -the - McLeish girls. Other guests in, fluded Avis Lettow, home economist, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Amey Cherland, Mrs. Robert Binzen, Mrs. Wayne Lynch, Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mrs. Willard Thompson, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. Sam McCliesh and grandmother Lynch. I Mrs. Carrie Jensen, who - has Been at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Gene Madsen, at Bradgate tpr the past week returned to her apartment in the Bailey building at Seneca last Wednesday. Mrs. Jensen is now occupy-) ihg the front apartment in the building. She is feeling well ; but has to rely upon the use of ; her qrutches to some extent. .' Mr. and Mr. C. O. Bailey have converted the back apartment of tyieir former garage building<into a two unit modern motel which IS now ready for occupancy! -It will be called The .Good Morning Motel. r • ..... ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre entertained at dinner, Sunday honoring their son, Carl, on his third birthday., Guests included grandparents; the Louis Lammers of Graettinger, also;Mr. and Mrs. Milo Lammers,',JMr. ahd Mrs. Glen Johnson ;ahd -Marcja and Eunice Lammers, all of Graettinger. ; •. * . ." Mr. and Mrs. H.-H. Struecker, Fairmont, Minn., entertained- at a "welcome home dinner" Sunday for their daughter.and son- in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Marce Randall, Los Angeles, Calif. The Randalls had arrived in New York City,' last.' week, after' a three-month vacation in Europe. Other guests included Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen, ( Kathryn and Larry, Lone. Rock, the John and Victor Struecker families, Fenton, and Mr. and. Mrs, Lloyd Nelson and Dennis,' Ringsted. ' .Mrs. Donald Cronk was hostess to the Seneca Thursday Club at her home, Mrs. Earl Preston had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Oscar Patterson,.-Ringsted and Mrs. C. O. Bailey were guests. The Christmas party wU] be held at the home of Mrs, Clarence Menz. Mrs. Marce Randall of Los Angeles, Calif, spent several days last week with her sister Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen of Lone Rock. Wed 50 Years, Open House On 17th, Armstrong e j r* • * — an " ""=• Alfred ^odfredson, Fairmont, Minnesota, formerly of i the Seneca ar£a, will observ.6 their 50th wedding, anniversary Sunday,' Dec. ,17th with open, house in the al of the Armstron school from 2-4 p,m. '.Children of the couple irivit all .'friends-and .relatives. (UD1V engraving) two Whittemore Men Serving On Destroyers i'! Whittemore — Seaman John C ;Vaudt, sort of Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt .of Whittemore, is serving on board the Pacific fleet gUided; missile . destroyer USS Towers. Sonarman Vaudt reported aboard Towers in February; 1981, as part -of the •pre-commis-' slpmng crew. He previously served aboard the Pacific fleet destroyer USS Theodbre E. Chandler, attended St..Paul's Lutheran school and graduated with tne class of , 1959 from ,; Whittemore high school. William M Hentges, machinist's mate fireman, USN, son of Mr ?. nd . t Mrs. Clarence Hentges, of Whittemore, while' serving aboard the destroyer USS Morton, participated in a large-scale Navy and. Marine training exercise Nov.-18 off the coast tii southern California. 'shelly ''Ann' ; SdtoiItzV ; Wan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultsi, was' baptized during Sunday mbrhing services in St Paul's Lutheran church.. Her Spbnsdrs -were Mrs. Norman Schultz And Leonard Meyer. Jane Marie, infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Laiick Jr.; Rev. Cleo Kautsch Ideal' 'pastdr' officiating at. the bafatismal rites. Following the Regular services Dec. 17, a brief dedication 'service will be held at the; Luth-i ?ran parsonage; and , an dpeti louse will be plflrined by the ladles aid-in the near future. Rev. and Mrs. Cleo Kautsch and family moyed s into the, new parsbnsfgj: last Thursday , ' ;:; j George; Wichtendahl entered >t. Ann hospital'in Algona as a medical; patient Friday. : Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Hei- denWith ehtertairied the east and '-'-' . Card,, club Saturday night. in Roeber, won high and Wilton Espe, low, ;Mrs. Bert Seey, high, and Mrs. Forrest Gil- riorej. low, for women. Mr. and Jlfs. ]Be|i Seely won travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- Wtn . were overnight guests 'hursday evening at the hbme of Mr. hnd Mrs. Leo Sa'nkey in Thursday; December 14, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper De* Metnw~3 -..;., — . ... ..^.., .. .', .. . ........-„.,..i..._... L _ » ' Britfa /• •>.-;.. '" ', />William .Gehgler celebrated^ his birthday Wednesday, and entef< tained A ntfmber e)f relatives a 'dinner, at Van's/ The 'guests were Mf, and Mrs. Petef- Gengler, Mr and- Mrs,' Nick Qettgler of' Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbeit of Bdde, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thilges -of West Bend, Mr, dnd Mrs. Joe Wollner' of Bancroft, Mr. and- Mrs, -Robert Genglef. Mr., and' Mrs. Ralph Genglef and Mrs, George Gorigler of Whitte- mbre. Plum Creek 4-H Plans Caroling The Plum Creek: 4-!fi club met at 'the home of Ruthi Benschdter on Dec. 9. Committee repbrts were given by'Betty Gatton and Audry Gardner. Plans, were made for» a Christmas caroling party. Ann Wilson, Betty Gattorf.. -<inda Gardner, Jo Ellen Baas, foan Ward, and Gloria Miller re;- >orted on officer's training- ichool. Audrey Gardner' gave a •eport on her trip to Chicago.; It was decided that to again elect i. queen candidate for Fun Night. Audrey, Gardner was chosen. Joan Ward and Jtenee Yottng gave talks. A, demonstration was given by Jo Ellen Baas. Betty Gatton . talked about Egypt as our special activity. Susan Bode led the group in singing Christinas carols. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* NEW ELECTRIC CLEANING 24 HOUR SERVICE CALL CY 4-2104 Days CY 4-3892 Eve. LAJNG'S PLUMBING & HEATING 47-51 fh is seal ] on a package BALLROOM / . Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, DEC. 17 GUY D* LEO CHRISTMAS DONWCiY Doors Open Early WED,, DEC. 27 6 FAT DUTCHMEN under your C h r i s t m a s t r e e ' SUNDAY NEW YEARS EVE RAY LEWIS Doors Open Early No Advanc* Booth Reservations Door Open at 8:30 favored by tradition that someone thought enough to give the finest REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY IF IT'S NEWS WE America's Most Tnlk«d spreader hpi a new Big Brother NiW IDIA npw eff«r$ a Flail Spreader- 160 bushel* At Advtrfiwd in Ferm Home Section Deitering Impl- 3531 SIS YOUR 196AI AUTHORIZED QUAMTY BUICK OEAIER NOW . , . YOUR OUAWTY BUICK DEALER m ALGONA H<$CHULTZ BROS |% ffftcffon/ tig wift;»«J Sw your lirfct 0*of«r for Double <# Check Used Cgrjl South Phillips - \ ^ : ;/•' >" <;• ;>,"" -T ~~" ^^4"'^' P^ttlP®^ ^ tt( ^ ^ ^^^«feWWw%^Mji|^kche« '8 asip on snowy terrains )* Grvbfag sweet m a*ir*fatotQ* kiss. %yif choice ol - fo TtyAfat DriW or 4*see<J Synchroroesh*; Vinyl tri family in a Special Adult Educational Program at the Algona Community Schools OPENING DATE AND MOUflS — All classes begin on Monday evening, January IS, wilh the exception of the Interior Decorating class which begins Monday evening, January 22, The classes will nih for 10 consecutive Monday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 unless otherwise specified. REGISTRATION — Registration may be completed by calling Elgin Allen, high school principal, CY 4-2268, between, 8:30 and 4s30 Monday through friday or by writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education. Algona Community High School. Final registration date is January 8, 1962, at 4:30 P. M. When registering, submif your name, address, telephone number, tille of course, and a second choice course iiile if you have one. TUITION — tuition is SOc per session payajle in toial ai Ihe first meeting. Any necessary supplies will be purchased by the students in any particular course. Materials are in addition lo the tuition charge. INFORMATION — Courses are planned with flexibility and adjustment to any group desires. All classes are lo be held in the High School building except as designated. Minimum class enroll-' menl is 10 members with the possible exception of Lip Reading. If your class does not develop with sufficient enrollment, you will be notified by mail or telephone. COURSES FOR HOME & FAMILY LIVING and the use of time and materials. BEGINNING SEWING - Instructor, Miss Kay Whitten Enrollment maximum of 20. Course will primarily include style and fabric selection, 'and ''simnle garment construction. ' , • • ADVANCED SEWING & ALTERATIONS - Instructor, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen i ' ; ' , Enrollment maximum of 20. The course will be a continuation of Beginning Sewing. Mote detailed and complex sewing techniques will be presented. Principles and practices of 'clothing alterations will also be introduced. BEGINNING KNITTING - Instructor, Mrs Gary McDonald . " Fundamentals of knitting and pattern interpretation will be presented. Students should brine 4 ply yarn and number 5 or 6 knitting needles. • : ' . . ; ADVANCED KNITTING - Instructor, Mrs. Leo Hanson • , r • i A continuation from the beginning knitting course. More detailed and difficult knitting 'techniques will be presented. For those familiar with basic knitting fundamentals.' ;;»'.; , MILLINERY - Instructor, Mrs John Delm ; Five sessions. Possibility of conducting two 5 session programs if sufficient enrollment. The fundamentals and techniques of hat construction. Includes illustration of various fundamentals plus actual student hat making projects. ' • '' ; INTERIOR DECORATING - Instructor, Robert Watson r ' Class begins January 22. Covering the many aspects of the fundamentals of interior' decprating. Such areas as floor coverings, paint selection, draperies, home furnishings, color schemes, and. others, to be, presented. Program to be developed around the group interests. ' . : UPHOLSTERY - Instructor, Art Obrecht , ; ,?iv?nirL t? be , held . ft "Bolsford. Lumber Co.. Course includes techniques tad fundamentals' of upholstering over stuffed furniture and chairs. Laboratory experience ori .your own- furniture project included m .the program. Very large furniture pieces not. desirable. Students must-' furnish their own supplies. : , •• . < . SOCIAL SKILLS ~ To 'develop a rewarding use of leisure' time.,'.... - ..:,.,:•: ' -, i j. .. ; \ ,' j ,5. BEGINNING BRIDGE - Instructor, Mrs John Snere The fundamentals of the game of bridge based on the Goreh bidding 1 method.' Course Is -'designed for the person who desires to learn to play bridge and the person Who is just learning contract. ADVANCED BRIDGE - Instructor, Mrs. Matt Streit, . 5 < , . , , ,' For the person who is familiar with the fundamentals pf bridge. It is not necessary to be an expert, but a person should have played enough to know the basic principles. The Goren method in its entirety will be presented. . , . > . • ; . WOMEN'S RECREATION & MODERN DANCE - Insfructoji. Miss Mary Hays Classes to be held al the Lucia Wallace gym. Includes- exercise' to music and jpossibly fundamentals of modern dance. No experience or special talent required. 'Perhaps- some athletic games of interest to the group would be included. ' •'• ' •••'••• ADULT MEN'S RECREATION - Instructor, Arnold Hill Classes to be held at Bryant gym. A ten session program designed to improve physical fitness. Activities include calisthenics, basketball, and /olley ball. Furnish your own shoes, shorts, towels, ACADEMIC OR CULTURAL COURSES " of the subjects fundamental to our society. CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH - Instructor, James Price This is intended as a beginning course in Spanish. To develop basic understanding of the language. The complete program may be developed at the first class meeting, INTERPRETING CURRENT WORLD AFFAIRS - Instructor, Lyle Alberts A discussion program to analyze and evaluate current happenings in various parts of the world. Topics to be presented will provide background information on some of the recent world developments. The program will be organized around the major group interests. VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT & WORD USAGE - Instructor, Mrs. Marguerite Kalar A program for those who desire to increase thei r word power in written and oral expression by vocabulary building and word analysis. A presentation of word derivatives 'and methods of enlarging your word supply. MUSIC APPRECIATION - Instructor, Miss Corrine Shimel For those who wish to develop a more thorough understanding of music principles. An analysis of different types of music and different composers as determined by historical periods. Presentation by explanation, discussion, listening to example compositions, and possibly group participation. ARTISTIC DRAWING AND OIL PAINTING - Instructor, Miss Alice Condon Classes to be held at 4:00 P. M. rather than 7:30. Maximum enrollment of 12. This course will include a review of drawing and composition, introduction of oils, and the proper techniques of their use. The work will be related to individual interests and projects. VOCATIONAL — To develop a manual skill for business use or personal improvement. MISCELLANEOUS COURSES BEGINNING TYPING - Instructor, Keith Christie For the person with little or no typing experience. Basic keyboard instruction using the touch method, and developing speed and accuracy will be the primary objectives. — More diversified courses developed primarily around the group interests. PRIMARY AVIATION - Instructor, Leighton Mis bach A basic course of instruction in preflight, traffic patterns, navigation, weather maps, and aircraft motors. TERRAIN FLYING & RELATED SUBJECTS - Instructor, Wayne Johnson An advanced and detailed explanation of aircraft operation and flying principles over different types of country in the United States, Alaska, and Mexico. Also, un investigation and explanation of the AOPA rating program. REDIOACTIVE FALLOUT, FALLOUT SHELTERS, AND CIVIL DEFENSE PRINCIPLES - Instructor, Mayor C. C. Shierk This course is an explanatoi-y program to provide a better understanding of radiation hazards, fallout shelter construction principles, and the current civil defense program. Some definite information to answer some of the questions and uncertainties common among people in the community. ANALYSIS OF SCHOOL ISSUES & SCHOOL OPERATION PRINCIPLES - Instructors, various school staff members. This program to be organized around the interests of the gioup that considers this topic of timely importance. Such items as school administration, building operation and requirements,, teaching techniques in various fields, guidance and counseling programs, and what is being taught in various fields could be included. An informative program for the community and parents. LIP READING - Instructor, Mrs John Schutter or Lewis Bishop A training program for adults in the community who may have developed an impaired hearing condition. Techniques would be offered so that conversation could be interpreted by visual observation even though normal hearing might ps greatly reduced. A training opportunity for some of the handicapped in the community. CERAMICS - Instructor, Mrs. Leonard Warner Class to be held at 508 South Harriet. An introduction of skills and materials used in pottery making and other ceramic work. Skills and understanding will be developed by projects constructed by the individuals in the group.

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