The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1962 · Page 17
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by Iowa State Bank "I toldPjS? I was There are tots of wonderful ears on the market. Let out- bank help you finance one. Streamlined, comfortable, with superb en- Sines, or ( ust a good used ear to use for bus.ness or shopping. Today's market has a car for almost everyone. .You can own one, too, with the help of our low rate bank financing. Each auto loan Is planned for the Individual, with payments to fit his income. When it comes to financing cars, banks are the best. Anyone who can keep a level head in all this confusion doesn't understand the situation. When you drive over 60 miles per hour, you sacrifice so much brake and tire wear and gas economy that you ought to think twice. Consider also, the public's safety. By the time you have money to burn, the fire is apt to have gone out. * * * Algona's Home-Owned Bank * * * |OWA STATE BANK 4HKIER; twee-. AIGONA. IOWA - To Complete The STORY Your gown may be the latest importation but the light that shines from the stars in your eyes is a light that is ages old . . . the mysterious light of assurance that is your heritage from a thousand generations before you. You can't really see it, you only know it is there ... as does the truly professional photographer who will make the formal portrait of you in your wedding gown . . . who will see and picture the real you. WE INVITE YOU TO CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND ARRANGEMENTS. IS A A CSO STUDIO Phone CY 4-2593 Corner Call & Moore Sts. Lakota Men Prove Style Show Not Only For Ladies Lakota — A good crowd was present at the Lakota school for the Home Economics fair put on by the Home Economics Depart ment and Mrs. Budlong, instructor Music throughout the program was played on the piano by Mrs Don Christ. During the program Darrcll Clabaugh and Carmen Cook sarig accompanied by Carolyn Ley. Modeling spring fashions were Faye Boyd, Ann Hamilton, Sherry L.OU Peterson, Irene Anderson Karen Schissel,' Patty Koppen; Sathy Peterson, Janice Thompson, Pat Tjaden, Sally Eichhorn and Betty King. The second part of the program vas the Vogue Revue 'where the adies and girls modeled garments hey had made. Taking part were Jonnie Becker, Rita Weringa, Sandra Koppen, Judy Eichhorn ,inda Clayton, Pat Tjaden, Janice 'hompson, Kathy Peterson, Sally Sichhorn, Patty Koppen, Cheryl Rae Anderson', Barbara Bedmer, Harriett Kruse and Faye BOyd. Girls in the Home EC Depart ment modeled clothing they had made. They were Marsha Kromin ga, Verna Maass, Linda Siemens Alma Mileham, Linda Wirtjes Maxine Jenkins, Lirida Kollasch Judy Jutting, Delores Jenkins Patty Boehm, Bonnie Becker, Sally Eichhorn, Betty King,'Patty Koppen, Linda Clayton, Judy Eichhorn, Pat Tjaden, Sandra Koppen, Kathy Peterson', Janice Thompson, Linda, Myra Heidecker. Finale of the program was 'Men of the Hour" Jerry McMullen as Pearle Mesta, Donald Peterson, Sleepy Time Gal ~ Brigit Bardot, Wayne Hinrichs fls Jayne Mansfield, Jake Peterson and Robert Beemer as Madam Elegant and her daughter, Don Soppen as Elizabeth Taylor and'. Charles Perrin as Miss Daisy Wae. . '. The Home Economics Department also held a bake sale. Burl Athletes Honored At Lions Banquet . Hurt — Wayne Cooley, executive secretary of Iowa Girls High School Athletic Association, 'was featured speaker at the annual Lion's Club Athletic Banquet and Awards night held at the Burt school Apr. 16.' '• Community singing was enjoyed by all during the meal. Lion president, Ray • McWhorter, announced the following nominating committee: Dale Lockwood, H. E. Rachut, Sr. and Don Patterson. Fred Hilton acted as master of ceremonies for the program. Charles DeVries, Buffalo Center did several pantomime numbers, Athletic awards were presented to high school athletes by coaches Lewis Finch and Ron Charlson. . Receiving football awards were: Dennis Meister, Terry Cook, Jerry Kissner.'Bill Hamilton, Larrj Westling, Ray Lichter, R;,ymo!i -Spry, Gerald Hilton, Jerry Gi fcr;l, ' Brian Zwisfel', '• Eupen' Gardner, Duane Hinckley,' Eugen Meister, August Saiikly tiricl "Ri ger Giddings and Rbha'fj ken. Basketball awards went to Den nis Meister, Keith Mitchell, Duani Willrett, Jerry Kisrjner, Jern GifforJ, .Gerald Hilion, Bria' Zwiefel, Eugene Meister, Terr; Cook, Larry Westling, Rnymonc Spry and David Kohlhaas. August Sankey received an award as manager. • Winning awards in girls biskei bnll were Pat Long, Janice Drover, JoAnn Ackerrnan, Patt Hoover. Lana Cunningham, Judy Abbas Frances McDonald, Jane Mitchell Pat Schwielerc, Juiiy Mitchell, Pat Woitz, Patsy Zwiefel, Je.m Mes cher, Roberta Acktrman, Susai Loystad, Cheryl Lovs'.acl and Au drey Lappe. Manager aw:.r i: went to Linda Ackerman and Virginnia Lappe. Cheerleauing awards were given to Carole Wiener, Audrey Gardner, Mary McFarland, Donna Schrader, and Claudia Moore. Visit Host Home Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and her 25 first graders visited Wil- fair Rest Haven Wednesday afternoon. They to&x a beautifully decorated Easter egg tree they had made as a social studies project to the rest home for the elderly citizens to enjoy until after Easter. They also presented a short Easter program for the- residents. After Easter, they will again visit the home and dismantle the tree, pack the beautifully decorated blown eggs into egg cartons, and all will be stored until Kossuth County Fair time, when they will exhibit it. Mrs. Robert Moore spent several days the past week at the home of her daughter ani family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gifford a! Fort Dodge. Mr. anu Mrs. W. E. Stow, Kristie and Pamela, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, Humbolrit, am) Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson. Swea City, helped Mrs. Cora Stow celebrate her 88th birthday Wed nesday evening. Burt Band Mothers will meet at the school April 26. Hostesses will be Alleda Harms, Betty Mil- ler, Wilma Fairbanks, Riith Long, Vera' Schwietert, tdabelle Black. In charge of entertainment will be Beulah Bullock and Eleanor Gardner. Members of the Fortnightly Club will meet with Mrs, C. F. Whalen, Titonka, Friday, Apr. 27. Mrs. Cora .Stow was a Sunday guest at the Al Hinckley home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott and Mrs. Elsie Lockwood arrived home Friday evening after an extended vacation in Florida. '. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Presthus and family, Delaware, Ohio, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Anna Presthus and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brandt. Harold Andreasen spent Sunday with his wife, a patient at University hospital, Iowa City. Ruth Hasse, Iowa City, spent from Friday to Monday v-£j the home of her father, Emil Hasse. Also guests at the Hasse home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Christensen and family. School administrators of the State Line Conference schools met at the Cunningham Tea Room on Monday forenoon. This was :he first of a series of meetings of the school administrations which will be held to discuss common problems arising in schooi administrations! Mr.i. Harley McFarlanrl and .daughters spent Saturday in Ma- •d'on City."' ' : ••"' : :5; '• • •"••• Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark and three daughters, Akron, were 1 vverkend quests at the home of hoi mother, Mrs. Elsie Lockwood. Mrs. Art Davis, Lauren, is pending dome time at the home ')( her son and family, Mr. an- Mrs. Fred Davis. Sharon, Barbara, and Darin; Bcrgerui.1, who are staying at the Al Hinckley home, spent the Eas- trr weekend wiili their grandpar jnts, Mr. and Mrs. Mienderf ".midt at Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hulterstrum <i:ehfi(U:J, Minn., spent the weekend with his shier, Hactie Hultcr- ;lrum, at the Halen Johnsor ionic. All were Sunday guesb ci? he horns of Mrs. William Larson. Mrs. J. L'. Miller wr.s hostess to 2 members of the Past Matron: ~'lub Thursday. Lorraine Carop- ey was in charge of entertainment. J. D. Andrews, David Rasmus en, and Judy Hinckley arrived ome Tuesday from Indianola 1o pend a weeks Easter vacation t their homes. for a farewell parfy and social evening for Mr. and Mrs. Bormann. A purse of money was presented as a remembrance gift from relatives. The evening was spent playing cards with lunch brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul visited Mrs. Mary Hagland at Holy Family hospital in Estherville Monday. Mrs. Hagland is convalescing from a fractured hip. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Erpelding and family from Colorado Springs, Colo, arrived Wednesday Tor a visit with relatives and Mends over the Easter weekend. Clarence is the son of Peter Erpelding and a brother of Mrs, Adeline Wagner and Alvin Erpelding from here and Mrs. Leo Friders of Algona. Leaving, Feted At St. Joe St. Joe — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann, who are leaving l< make their home in Davenporl where they will be employed ai the Annie Wittenmyer State Orphanage as house parents, have been given several farewell parties. Saturday evening, a surprise f arowell party was given by Mr:; Bormann's bridge club and theii husbands at the Bormann home Mrs. Bormann was given a silver chain Rosary from her club am 1 lunch brought by the guests was served. Attending were Mr. <mr Mrs. Frank Hilbcrt, Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, Mr. am! Mrs. Nick Bormann, all from here, and Mr, and Mrs. John Weydert Algona. Sunday evening, 60 relative." gathered in the K.C. Hall her,- DR. D, D, ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA Notes Of Servicemen Fort Sam Houston, Tex. — Army Capt. Bernard E. Hoenk, vhose wife, Judith, lives at 74] Hclrose ave., Iowa City, com- ileted the military orientation course at The Medical Field Service School, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Tex., April 3. ' Designed for newly commissioned officers, the course stresses the role of the Army Medical Service in combat. The 26-year-old officer is a 1953 graduate of Algona high school Skyline Ballroom Estherville, Iowa Booth Reservations Ph. EM 2-4397 after 5:30 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 28 LEOTHIEL Estherville Firemen's Benefit Ball ' SUNDAY, APRIL 29 FRANK JONAS RON-DA-VOO and DINING ROOM OPEN EVERY NITE CURLY wants to sell ALIGHT BULBS Regular lamps or special lamps . . . you can find the largest and most complete stock of lamps in N.W. Iowa, Doii't be satisfied with anything less than genuine G.E. Lamps. They cost no more. PRATT ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Corner of State & Jones Pliono CY 4-4326 and received hfs medical degree in I960 from the State University of Iowa in Iowa City. He is a member of Phi Beta Pi fraternity. Before entering the Army, he was a surgery resident at the Veterans Administration hospital in Iowa City. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Hoenk, live at 614 S. Har- Ian, Algona. Snn Antonio. Tex. — Airman First Class Donald A. Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen, Lu- Verne, has arrived here for assignment to a United States Air Force Security Service unit following a tour of duty in Alaska. Airman Jensen, a communications center specialist, entered the service in October 1958. He is a graduate of LuVerne Community high school. Lackland AFB, Tex. — Airman Basic David G. McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert • Haas, R.R. 2, Algona, is being assigned to the United States Air Force technical training course for fi- Tuesday, April 24, 1962 Algona (ta.) Upper De» Molries-3 nance and statistical data specialists at Sheooard AFR. Tex. Airman McDonald, who has completed his basic military training here, was selected for the advanced course on the basis of his interests and aptitudes. A I960 graduate of Algona Community high school, he attended American Institute of Business Des Moines. PUBLISHED Mrs. Edward Crary of St. Olaf doesn't give up. During the past- several years the young farm wife and mother has written about 50 songs. Until recently none of them had ever been published. Now, she has just received an album containing her latest song "Just a Country Girl". It is her first publication. RUPTURED? A free Demonslrntion will be given by the Wrll-Known - IIOTKL W II r "u - fad0 , tn01 wanl surgery for your reducible rup. 951 p| 953 Plymouth Building APPLIANCE CO. Minneapolis 3. Minnesola something hew and belter ... ELECTRIC HEAT It's growing in popularity throughout the NatiorH-moderiy efficient electric home heating. 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However you like your power, Mercury Monterey has the engine-transmission combo that suits you best.. . including a 4-speed gearbox. So if you want to talk about engines-man, we're the people to seel MONTEREY "6" I38hp lef'j talk terms and trade-ins, too...come on in! MONTEREY 292 V-8 170 hp MONTEREY 352 V-8 220 hp MONTEREY 390 V-8 300 hp MARAUDER V-8 385 hp MARAUDER 406 V-8 405 hp TAYLOR MERCURY 105 South Phillips Algona, Iowa

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