The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 16, 1962
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17 t !j I ' . f Algona Girl Is Wed In Local Church Jan, 9 teiy Rodmafl, and Darreli D Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. foil "« m , Grce n.Sr.,Britt, were married in a dbuble ring cerentonv n» St. Cecelia's, Catholic churchS at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 0. Father .ftoberi ^$^*>m Robert Ell. Jhe bride was attired in a If ha "» U /f><* •«?* fitted dice, Mandarin.,, collar ^ with tiers" oT lace"in back &ne wore a crown'of pe'arls with lace Inserts and a'fingertip veU and carried red roses. Matron'of honor.was Mrs. Marvin Kollasch, Mrs. James Sandvig was bridesniaid, Cheryl Me- Curry flower girl, best man was « re £ n > grqonisman was pave f l ffyg bearer was Alan Kol- wiu~"v a i? - 9 ar ^- C ' r ' een and Mar yln Kollasch were ushers; A wedding dinner was held for 65 gues^at the VFW ball, A! gona, at nodn, followed by a re ception there from 2-4 p.m. Mrs Daryl Arend was in charge of the guest book, Mrs. Ed Green and Mrs> Arnold -Ghres cut the cake Mrs. Henry jPfeffer pdured and Norma.Pfeffer and Darlene and Jean "f I Green sjerved as waitress- e f-Ki f chen?hosfesses • were : woriien of the VFW.; bride,is'a graduate of Rodnian jhigh school" and has been employed at the telephone office in Algona. Mr;SGreen is y a graduate of .Verndn ^high school, Renwick, and he, late 1 / served in the U.S; Air Force. Following a wedding .trip to .the Black Hills,- S. D. Mr tend Mrs. Green are" living on a farm near Wesley. , SENECA NEWS party Dee. to at ths home 6f Mrs. Clarence Men4.,Dur* ing the business meeting the » Voted to g}v( j jg to th » Rfr tarded Chlldrens Fund. Election of, officers was held, with -the .following officers fof next year: Mrs, Kracht; president, Mrs, Al- i? 1 ? 6 ",' vlee President, and Mrs. Edith Cage, secretafy-treas- Sunday dinner guests at 1 the clfl ,rence Menz home included Mr, S; d KB: Lai ?y Menz of Anarfidsa, the William Householders from Fenton and Carol Long from Arm* strong. By Mfs Dorryl Householder i Lund -en- evening,\Dec. 29, n honor, of Mrs. Lund's" parents, Mr. jmo^Mrs. Carl Simmons, former Seneca residents, now. of Arm- n ;"ieir 40th an.^.... -, Mr. v, and .Mrs,; Clarence Osborn took .their ; son, /David, back to school at j|C(lennwpod, Thursday after ;a three Weeks vacation with home .folks. -Mr, ; and Mrs: Maurice WeisbRxL-accompanied them. s"* '•* Mr.vand.Mrs-: Ole Pederseri spent Thursday at the home of the' latter's brother, the Maurice Mitchells, Penton. The occasion was a "quilting bee" at the- Mitchell home." ' . •--•••:... Mr. and Mrs. .. Charles Beaver accompanied by^ Mr. and Mrs. lienry Wilberg left Tuesday morn- ang for California where they will visit relatives. < Mr. and Mrs; Richard Fox and Jim, also Mr. and' Mrs. Dave Lynch, Patricia and Dave, Jr. were Sunday evening guests of the Everett Withams. . ,-, , ; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Breese' have a new grandson, - Gregory Dale Ericksen; son of the -Fred Erick- sens, Algona. The little 8 pound. 7 ounce boy was born on Dec. 30. He has a year old brother, Randy. The Seneca Thursday club held Mr. and ! Mrs Jim Long and Mr md Mrs Leo Ra'thus were Sunday 'vening guests in the Ornie Beh-^ ends home.. Mr and Mrs Feritt ewick of Algdha called Sunday vening in the Behrends home. • Mr and Mrs Leo Rataus and linda, Mr and Mrs Larry Ramus nd Dennis Stucki of Fenton were onday dinner guests in the Ornie ehrends-home. ; '.',...'•.• Mr and Mrs Charles ; Morris spent the holidays visiting in the home of their children, Mr '• and Mrs Jack;Johnson of Gbwrie and Mr and Mrs Paul Maybee. '-, Mr and Mrs Melvin* Meyers were New,.Years day guests in the A. A. Krueger home. ' Mr and Mrs Roger Radig and son were, weekend guests in the Dick Potratz home in Estherville. Mr and Mrs/Donald Radig were Tuesday evening bailers in th<3 Ben Schmidt home. ' ,' Mr and Mrs. Ben'Schmidt and Terry and Mr . and Mrs Leo Schmidt were Sunday evening callers in the Martin Meyer, home. Mr and Mrs Wpodrow.Pettit were tfew Years eve callers in the Walter Dacken home. ; ' , Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan and Kenneth Schmidt were New i Years day dinner guests in the Woodrqw Pettit home. Mrs, Harlan. Blanchard and Mrs Woodrow Pettit i Visited their 'mo- her, Mrs :Margaret' Householder, n the LaurHzen-Rest Home in Estherville;: • li ' \ '•• '••,. ; - • ,-^.,-' Mr and Mrs •Cl}nton;Rath'were New Years day callers in the Emma iHurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath were New Years ;eve guests in the Francis. Sanford home in Badger. .-Mr arid Mrs jack Meyers and Debbie of Algona 'spept New Years night'iin the aintoh'Rath'home. ; The American Legion "Auxiliary met Wedju?§d.ay,. D^pris Grouse and Mildred Hammerstont-were hostesses. Plans for a public card party were made and set for January 11 at 8 p.m. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and Mr and Mrs Robert Heifner and Julie were New Years guests in the Emma Hurlburt home. Mr and ,Mrs Larry Householder of Minneapolis are parents of a daughter, DiAnn Kay, born Dec. 29 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The baby weighed • 7,Ibs., 6 ozs. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner of Algona. v Mr and Mrs Harold Gross were Mew Years day guests in the Wilfred Radig home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer were hosts In their home on New Years eve. Guests were Mr and Mrs Larry Alt of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde and family,. M? arid Mrs Stanley Berkland.of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer'of Siotix City, Mrs Everett Dreyer of Fenton, Dennis Ohm, Fenton, Mr and Mrs ,Duane Dreyeij of Humboldt, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener of Ringsted. .'Mr and Mrs'Paul Thacker and family were weekend guests in the Gerald Radig home. , Paul Geitzenaiier returned to Washington after a 20 day leave in the parental Lorenz Geitzenauer home, Paul will resume unit band studies upon return and in March will be transferred to the USS Enterprise, A housewarming was held for Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder in their- home recently. Guests were Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges, Mr. and Mrs Ed Tigges, Mr and Mrs Phil Inman of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Duane Habegar, Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller, Mr'and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs Merlin Madsert. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf Sr. received word* recently of th birth of a grandchild, Michae James, born Dec. 18 to Mr and Mr Alfred Schadendorf,, Jr. of Spok ane, Wash. The baby weighed 5 Ibs 7 Ozs. Pvt. James Pettit left Wednesdaj to return to, Camp Carson, Colo after spending a leave in the homi of his parents, Mr and Mrs Wood row Pettit. Mr and Mrs.Duane Habegar. re turned Wednesday after- spending a few days visiting in the Kent Sharik home,in Kentucky and in the home of Mrs. .Habegar's sister and family,' Mr and Mrs Peter Yelick and f amily ,in Warren, Mich. John Hovey and David Halnzing- er of Fenton are spending some time in the home of Mr and Mrs Wayne Meyer in Colorado Springs, Colo. ' Mr and Mrs DaTrryl 1 Householder and Danny returned home. New Years day after spending a few days in Omaha, Nebraska. They visited in the Paul Anglen home. Mr 'and Mrs Ralph Thompson, Mr and Mrs Jim Long and Mr and Mrs Arthur Long were New Years day guests', in the home of Mrs Richard Long and Bernard in Bancroft. \ " •••••'• ••••••' . :; " ' Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson were Wednesday callers in the Arthur Long, home in Bancroft. Lavonne Thompson attended the St. John's choir party which was held in the,home ',6f"Mrs ;Harold 'Hamilton' in -Bancroft. Mr and 'Mrs ' Donald Kneedler were 'New Years' guests in the Justin Berhow home in Kiester, Minnesota.' - • ' Mr"ahd Mrs Andrew Petfcrsert'bf Galya visited recerifly in tKS'PrM: Christenson home. Johnnie Faith of Livermore visited a few days in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder and family. Attend Workshop Sister Mar'y Magdalen, O.S.F. and Sister Mary Grace Ann, O.S.F. of Garrigan high attended a Franciscan Regional Workshop in English and physics at St. Mary's ligh school, Remsen, on Saturday, Jan. 6, Sister Mary Magdalen was chairman of the afternoon session. New Bank Employee Arlene Goetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz, of Wesley, las completed a course at Mankato Business College. She is now employed in the, Mankatp National Bank. OC ; *OUAUTY COUNTS RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY Algonq CY 44349 Burf Council Organized For TheNewYe^ Burt — All councilman 5 exeep E. P. Fredrickson and-ma^Of, Nek, Nelson were,present at thtf'vTa ary meeting of .the Burt 1 council 'held Thursday evening'. 'In business actions'the Council passed a ^resolution t6 publicly th&nk, 0. H. Graham for His many years of service; to the 'town of Burt.. Graham officially retired Jan. 2 this year. \ '•!•', He:.served as mayor of. Burt from June 29, 1949 until ttty 8, 1952, and . on the council" from July i, 1955 to Jan. 2, 1062^ during which time he also served as mayor pro'tem. , 0 • in other action bills amounting to $4660 were presented and allowed. A lengthy study of light rates was also made. Mayor Nels Nelson made the following appointments, which were also* .approved by the council: ' i < • . Mayor pro-tern," J. L. Miller; treasurer, Lulu Hawcott,' .mar- shall, Walter Steward; deputy marshal!, Ralph Johnston; health officer, Dr.' R. H. Thompson. Also appointed were 'the following committees: sanitation and city dump, Don Patterson and George Becker; band, finance and ordinance, J. L. Miller and Dale Lockwood; utilities, E. P. Fredrickson and George Becker; streets, walks and crossings, J. L. Miller and E. P. Fredrickson; and health, nuisance and fire, Don Patterson and Dale Lockwood. Circle Off/cCrs The new officers of the Burt UP\v circle took over their duties at the.first meeting of the new year Wednesday. They are: Circle A - Mrs. C. M. Gross, chr., Mrs, Ronald Ortman, vice chr., Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, sec.- treas. Circle B — Evelyn Mawdslcy, chr., Grace Bergerud, vice chr., Beulah Dundas, sec.-treas. Circle C — Celia Scott, chr., Ivelyn Angus, vice chr., Esther Bahling, sec.-treas. The St. John's Ladies Aid held heir first meeting of the year Jan. 4, with 25 members present o see newly elected officers take ver for the year. They are Eu- ico Meyer, re-elected president, 'Irs. Alfred Schaderidorf, secre- ary, Thecla Christensen, treasur- r. Aid members will hold a bake ale at Riedel's feed store dt 2 .m. Saturday, Feb. 7, There were 32 members and wo guests present at the January meeting of the WSCS Wednesday. Marlene Davis presented devotions. A very interesting program was presented by Helen Vogel, assisted by Benita Mitchell and Elsie Lockwood. A family holiday gathering was held at the Dean Andrews home with about 50 present. . Roger Sarchet, son of the Ken-' neth Sarchets underwent surgery oh his ears at a Rochester hos pital Dec, 29. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dugan, Bootte, Were Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Ed Junkermeier. Jenny Riebhoff was elected president of the Fortnightly Club recently and presided at a meeting Friday at the home of Beth Miller. Mr. Lyle Michener, Jefferson, was a visitor at the Rev. William Bohi home Friday. O.E.S. members of Kossuth Chapter, Burt, held open installation of officers following their regular January meeting Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Harold Holmgren and Wayne pugan are retiring from their offices as worthy matron and patron to Mary Georgia Hanson and John Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Dean McIIlravy and son moved Thursday into the former Mrs. Anna Zanke home. Mrs. Helen Johnson accompanied friends from Manson to Bancroft Sunday afternoon where they attended the open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torlne on their'golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Genevieve Graham' was hostess to the January sewing meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at her home Wednesday afternoon. Tuesday, January 16, T962 Algona (to.) Upper Dot MoJHM-3 Marvin Sawyer, Margaret Reidmiller, Mrs. E. M. Gales, Mrs. Bob Bormann, Mrs. Maurice Red- Ing, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. Bob Altman, Mrs. Daryl Baker and Mrs. Bill Erpelding. • Mrs. Harold Frideres entered ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Committee in charge of guest night are Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge as a medical patient Tuesday. Mrs. Frideres had been convalescing here in the home of her parents, Mr. and mrs. John B. Reding, since the first part of December. The Land Bank Man • .. is a man fo know THE UNO BANK MAN knows farming ...knows the farmer's financial ^ --==^ needs. Let him show you how a Land Bank Loan may be used to buy land, pay off debts, make improvements or for other purposes. There are no fees or commissions to pay on a, Land Bank Lean.. And a Land Bank Loan may be paid off at any time in advance wiihout penalty. Stop in today. Federal Land Bank Association E. H. Hufchlns, Manager Algona (south of Penneys) Monday & Wednesday .Forest City (West of Forester Hotel) Tuesday & Friday Percival Motors.... Algona 9 s new Chrysler dealer invites you to • • 'VB BEENi ABOUND automobiles most of my ' H T' • ' JL'life. Andj'ilithought I'd seen every car that could really excite me. Well, I ^ras wrong. The .,'62 Newport, and 300 are the cars that sold tne on selling Chryslers. When Newport was introduced as the price surprise of l'961, I watched Chrysler sales boom, as Newport caught on like a brush-fire. Now, the improved '62 Newport is still the price surprise of the year! But, the second surprise for '62 was the clincher that swung me -to Chrysler. It's the new Chrysler 300, a high-performance sports series in a popular price range. Here's a car that's sure to win top praise from auto experts for its power, handling and styling. And, it's ndred dollars above is, I, was ready, fd* * . Newport^ Wheri I h sign with Chrysler. CLAYTON PERCIVAL Owner The Chrysler 300 with floor-mounted sports- shift, has a list of options a mile long . . . leather bucket. seats, 380 h.p. engine, special suspension system. With options like this, you can just about build your own 300. . I'd like you to get acquainted with us . . .and all our fine Chryslers: Newport ... 300 ... and, of course, the luxurious New Yorker. Come in and browse around; Meet our staff and inspect our facilities. Do it this week while we're offering special "open house" trade-in prices! CHRYSLER 300 .., in a new lower-price range. CHRYSLER NEWPORT f .. Again the price surprise of the year, PERCIVAL MOTORS, So. Phillips, Algona, Iowa

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