The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1962
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AttuVerne • «-/ finf oiled for: the rl;eft at the Lu- school ate 14 1962-63 Verne girls a . • . ( , They are fiddfe Arndorfer, Jerry Baer, Sharon Barton, Michael Casey, Wayne Curry; Jo Ann Eischen, Donald Fett, Danny Froeh- (Fa,) Upper D6« Molna* TuM«W April 17,. llch," Diane Gjersted, Diane (feb $lirT Pamela Or^ftt, Vicki Gron- b"aeh, Dennis Guy, James Hansen. Becky Hefty, David Hefty, Mary Helnen r D, C, Henry, Michael Hewitt, Terry Hinz, Joseph Kaiser tfit that with the msglo tolt—lfi tuthlontd Just what the name implies- SOFT TOUCH by Air Step proves that a fashion pump can be comfortable. A not-so-high heel and soft toe make you wonder why you ever wore any other shoe! And it's cushioned, of-course, with Air Step's Magic Sole. — ALL STYLES — • Colors: White, Bone, Black Patent • All Sizes: 5's to ll's • All Widths: AAAA's to C's • All at New Lower Prices BROWN kili SHOE STORE ALCOHA, IOWA ALGONA Phone CY 4-4371 IOWA John Krausc, Denise McCarthy, Craig Mcdeltan, Marjotie Meter, Terry Miller, Sandra Nelson, David Nielsori. Kirk Nielsen, Michael Ricke'. Jay Schipull, Cynthia Schnetzer, Donna Stbddard, Kerry Stripling Larry Trauger, Keith Allen Voss, Kip Watts, Harlan Will, Susan Wolf. Daughter Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Alburt Schneider of LuVerne anriouhce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,' Jarine Dene, Los Angeles, Calif., to Loren ; Sutton, son of Dr. and Mrs, Loren Sutton of Pasadena, Calif. The wedding will be Sept. 22 at West Covena, Calif. Mr. Sutton is probation counselor at juvenile hall. He is a gradaute of UCLA. Miss Schneider is employed as an accountant at Beverly Hills. Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. G. Vernon Eggleston of LuVerne announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rita, to Marlyn Gregersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gregersen of Rutland. The wedding is to take place Aug. 19 at the LuVerne Methodist church. Canasta 8 were Monday evening guests of Mrs. Walton DeWitt and her mother,. Mrs.. Hattie Baker. Guest players were Mrs. Cecil Watts and Mrs. Arthur Dimler. Honors, Mrs. C. 0. McClellan and Airs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Jessie Stripling was honored Saturday evening on the occasion of her birthday Apr. 9, with guests . her children, the Clem Striplings, Marcia and Mike Stripling at home, Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Tobey and Nicky of Readlyn. Mrs. William Cook, Tucson, Ariz., her sister, Mr. and Mrs, George Furstenau and Joyce, Geneseo, 111., and. Everett Steussy of Richmond, Calif, spent the weekend here called by the death of their father and uncle, Charles Hanselman, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Rhinehold Ristau of Des Moines called Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus home. Friday evening dinner guests in the J. 0. Cox home were their daughter Janet Cox, their weekend guest, her fiance, Dean Haugh. John Ferber of Minneapolis and Bonnie Hanish of Mankato, Minn. They all attended the open house Sunday in the rooms of the Plover Methodist church, honoring the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haugh, parents of Dean Haugh. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kelling in Goldfield. ' ' M-H-l-l-H-H-H-l-l-H-l-l-M-l; Select Robinettes this EASTER... just bustin' out with style and comfort •Tobiuetfe « ALL NEW STYLES • COLORS: White, Bone, Black Patent, • ALL SIZES: 5's to 11'$ g ALL WIDTHS: AAAA's tQ C's, « ALL AT NEW LOWER PSICES. Phone <JY 4r4371 «i^+>H<+**++-M**++*+W^±i-++W1-i-i-1rW*W-tt**-H"l"H' Wilfflft,,JPiede ... rstttimN ifis Ann ., spent ttfe $ year old a* Monday ffldfitB OTI Fla. flef ing 6f fa vacation JjCJ ^ X*t. '~-i era DE XVui | *£»»%» *T**W* - WAWJJk.1 Ult* ILflllll i is now at H6me after spending th 5 past 'seven weeks as a patient University hospital, Iowa.. Ci™ Craig is now permitted to be ii school one half day only,. t Tuesday guests in the Rev, Wot thie Usher homfe were her pariiita, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harding of Estherville. They came to attend the Father-Daughter B a n q tl 6 i sponsored by the WSCS hi 'the Methodist church rooms. , ;• Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty, hej? parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kutf ly visited Saturday and Sunday in the Arnie Elbert home in Harlan. They also called on former neighbors, the Don Kabers, who recently moved to Harlan. EnroUte home they visited Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hunt in Rockwell City. The Hunts were early long-time* farm r ers here. Guests in the Vernon Eggle|ton tiome were the James Gregersens and Maynard Gregersens of RUfc land, Rita Eggleston of Humboldt; the Gail Wigans of Renwick, the Allen Thee's of Graettinger, the G. A. Eggleston's and the Ralph Davidsons of LuVerne. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer and family of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests of his mother Mrs. Laura Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty were Saturday and Sunday guests of their son the De Ray Lichtys in Mason City. The Friendly Neighbor club were Tuesday guests of Mrs. Duane Anderson with nine members present. Mrs. Leonard Kiley and baby were guests, The lesson was given by Mrs. Edwin Marty and the surprise entertainment given by Mrs. Curtis Morgan. Duane Vaudt of Forest City has been admitted to University hospital, Iowa City, for treatment. The son of the Herman Vaudts of Whittemore, he is the grandson of Mrs. Lydia Lund, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Rockwoorl are spending much time with Ray Green, a surgical patient in the hospital at Hampton. Mr. Green is the step-father of Mr. Rockwood. Guests Honor Couple On 25th At Whittemore Whittemore — Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar ^ichtendahl of Letts Creek ceiejjgajted .their 25th. wedding .anniversary Saturday. Evening dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Potratz and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potratz of here, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fickbohm of Fredricksburg, Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Van Hove of Ottumwa. Marriage Banns Banns of marriage were announced in St. Michael's church for Lee Ann Huberty and Philip Dahm and Betty Derner and Jerry Furman, Both weddings will be after EasteT.' £ J ' Engaged f * Wed Mr. and .Mrs. R. P. Robinson, Honolulu, Hawaii, announced the engagement and approaching mar* riage of their daughter, Janet, to Thomas J. Neitzel, .U.S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Durwood Neitdel of Whittemore. the wedding wil! take' place" June is at Submarine' Base Chapel at Honolulu. Infant Baptized Mr. and Mrs, George Strelt and family were Sunday guests at the* home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Streit of St. Joe in honor of the baptism of their infant daughter, Lisa Lynn. Paul Streit was one of the sponsors, Brother Passes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wegener received word that Mr. Wegener's brother, Henry, died Tuesday at his home in Tacoma, Wash. He grew to manhood northwest of Whittemore, was 80 years old and had been a resident in Washington for over 50 years. Hospital Report The three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knecht underwent dental surgery in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday. Mrs. Conrad Alig underwent surgery Thursday in University hospital, Iowa City, and is reported- to be getting along nicely. William Roeber, a medical patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, was dismissed Saturday. Ralph Schumacher is a medical patient in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge since last Wednesday. John Van Heise was dismissed from St. Ann hospital Sunday and is now at the James Butler home recuperating. Fred Kollasch, who was a medical patient in St. Ann hospital, was dismissed last Friday. Mrs. Aurelia Leininger had as dinner guests Sunday her immediate family in honor of her birthday, which was Apr. 9. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weaver and family of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colwell and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. John Leininger and boys of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Leininger and son and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmermann and family of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr. were Thursday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb at Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family spent the weekend at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Barrel! Oliver in Des Moines. A surprise housewarming party was given Mr, and Mrs. William Degen on Saturday evening of last week. Guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Degen and Mr. and Mrs. George Simon of Algona, Virginia Simons of Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Dean Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Streit, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Pettit, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson of Whittemore, Rev. Armand Elbert, Rev. Jerry Degen and Rev. Donald Ries of Sioux City. A pole lamp was presented Mr. and Mrs. Degen as a gift. Lunch was brought by the guests. Mrs. Aiffelfs Leffltagjifj Herbert 2uffifleli4iid ,Mfs^%ii&,tf!nt tegir frad ibiraiffa-K jftst ,wtfek. Mti LUnlflger fcfid her iftittedfetf families at hef home,aa,dinner gfiests 'and-, also. NorbertiSSimach, Evening gates' wte MfcigndMrs, 0£t6 Ruhnkei' Mr.° and"Mrs*.-Her* man ZumacH, Mr. and Mrs, Rein) hard Zumach, and- 'Mrs. Adelia Meyer of here, Mf, and*Mrs, Arj thur Ruseh of Lotts Creek and Mrs, Myrtle Rusch of Port Dodge, Cards were played and lunch •was served. ' •Mr. and Mrs, Hans Clausen and Kevin of Havelock, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Arnold Heldt and sons of Mallard; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr. and sons, Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Struec- ker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard gtruecker, .gathered at the Walter Struecker home Wednesday evening to help Mrs, Struecker celebrate her birthday. Monday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Aurelia Leininger to help her celebrate her birthday were Mr, and Mrs. Delbert Wichtendahl, Mr, .and Mrs. Dennis Wehrspan, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Schultz, 'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Bell, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmermann,! Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heinrich and Mrs. Harlan Leininger. Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Mrs. Lester Baas, Mrs. Maynard Roeber CHOPPER 6-FT. CHOPPER AT A 5-FT. PRICE Razor-edged flails cut cleaner than « mower. Reversible for double-cutting life. Mounted in gangs of 6 and 7. Quickly switched by removing cotter DM* slipping tnpuntmg rod frpin cylinder. ii$ UnUized Jsnife and fw blade cutte? head re-cut^ crop... gives effective cut' end-throw action. Adjustable shear bare give you precigJAB cutting. ' Easy knife adjustment. Uuttei hegd fan blades and knives are easily adjusted, for top cutting efficiency. Simply open blower housing sily reach the entire GEHL STOP IN AND IQOK (T OVER JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT 'ttoeoer WJ^B, ipj^ bftlhday partyte honor 6f Mrs. William , Roefiei*, - The guests included Mrs. WHMam Rofe ber, Mrs. Anna Wehrspan,. ,Mift. -' ^ "--' August '4< *.. Mrs.rArtliur Hermari VoigtJ ifak-J.ora- Faul- slich/m Matafcfo Meyer, ;Mrs. Fred'Bierstedf, of fierb hhd,Mrs. Emil Bte'ttfedt of Yentdn, j; funeral selfVices, M'L%d Ltich- slng^r, 61, 1 were held .Wednesday at - Graetting'ef. (B&lalt wa$ in M- iftore.t of the Luchsin in Whil tayttUtiKWf#& f.fLucfsiffgW toiS tl J& UUW119UJ0*** ?Y»*W vil6 5011 lg ,^,' Mf, -and" Mrs, Adam fjjr and-, grew to manhood fl6fft HM wife»4he for* 'ai\d, Eafl survive, feather, .Mr, and Mrs Ffed tet Hifk of Aotmgloii, recently observed, their 88$ wedding anniversary. / They came" 'to; America irt 1904 frem the Netherlands.' . LAKE rfOMES AT I L'oVERNE ! CQfeWlTH ' REfcWICK ALLEN k BLAKE, DIRECTOR WESLEY." TITONKA > ' HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICIE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROUED PHONE tU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office). What You Should Do About Last Winter's Anti-Freeze! LEADING AUTO AUTHORITIES RECOMMEND DRAINING AND REPLACEMENT WITH FRESH WATER AND RUST INHIBITOR FOR SUMMER DRIVING Here's What Yo SHOULD KNOW! • UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD ANTI - FREEZE SOLUTION REMAIN IN THE COOLING SYSTEM DURING THH SUMMER, as its deterioration will be much more rapid under summer driving conditions. In order to maintain protection against corrosion, drain the anti-freeze solution after one winter's use. NAT/L BUREAU OF STANDARDS. NBS CIRCULAR 506. "Automotive Anti-freezes". U. S. Govt., Printing Office, Washington, 25, D. C. • For maintaining the best possible corrosion protection and cooling efficiency the year around: (1) install a complete fresh filling of anti-freeze jn the fall. (2) Drain the solution in the Spring. (3) Add a dosage of summer rust inhibitor to a fresh filling of water for warm weather driving. . AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS BOOKLET, "Selection and Use of ingine Anti-Fre«. es". 1916 Race Road, Philadelphia 3, Pa, • DRAIN ANTI-FREEZE IN THE. SPRING after freezing weather is past. Flush the system thoroughly and clean if necessary. Then install a fresh filling of summer rust inhibitor and water. . , . . REFERENCE" SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS MANUEL. "Maintenance of Automotive Engine Cooling Systems" 29 West 39th Street, New York 18, Z-4 Cooling System Care ALWAYS PAYS — CiVAL S. PHIUIP* CT, CY 44471 F * 8IRVICI" W* sire Authwi?f|J Dealers for Z-4 Cooling System Preysntstive Maintenance System

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