The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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10-Algona, (la.) Uppftr Dftl Moiftii thunday, April 14, 1966 10 Straight A Students At Titonka High TITONKA - Honor roll students for the third 9 weeks include: Seniors: Straight A, Le Ann Gingrich, Allan Janssen, Arlys Pannkuk, Darlene Post, Carole Smldt; B average; Dale Bartelt, John Boeckholt, Nola Boekelman, Brenda Brandt, Linda Budlong, Jane Buffington, Brenda Eden, Jeanne Gingrich, Carol Haack, Maxine Huisinga, Diana Isebrand, James Isebrand, Iris Mlchaelson, Phyllis Sachau, Virginia Sleeker. Juniors, A students, Judy Isebrand and Valerie Miller; Arnold Baker, James Blain, Robert Carroll, Sheryl Heesch, Cheryll Hill, Paul Larsen, Anita Moore, Susan Roberts, Karen Ricklefs. Sophomores, A students; Glen Bartelt, Mike Schmidt; Karen Eden, David Isebrand , Lois Janssen, Violet Jaren, Leon Pannkuk, Linn Roberts. Freshmen, A students, Gaylan Nagel; Barbara Boeckholt, Cheryl Cunningham, Kay Hulsman, Carol Janssen, Mardean Mler, Jolene Sleper. - o - The choir of Ramsey Reformed church presented the cantata, "Hallelujah, What A Savior", Easter evening. Mrs. John Janssen Is director of the choir and Rev. John Janssen served as narrator for the services. Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Martha' Boyken have returned home after having enjoyed a two month vacation In Brownsville, Tex. Mrs. Merle Hoover is a surgical patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Ernest Peterson returned to his home Thursday after having been at Mercy hospital at Mason City for several days following surgery. James Rode, student at Mankato State College, and Mark Schroeder, who attends Iowa Barber College in Des Moines, spent Easter at their respective homes. CYO Meet Garrigan high school's track team traveled to Ft. Dodge for a triangular meet with Carroll Kuemper and St. Edmond Wednesday afternoon. The Bears' next outing will be in the annual CYO Meet at Sioux City this Sunday, April 17. HOSPITAL NEWS April 2 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister, Burt, boy, 9 Ibs., 5 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 9 1/2 oz.; admitted: Raymond Wessel, Algona, medical; Christian Jensen, Algona, fracture; Steven Schoff, Selden, Long Island, New York, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Glenn Walden and baby, Bancroft; Arnold Wlcklefs Kimberly Olson, Algona; Emma Knary, LuVerne. April 3 - Admitted: Jaine and Bob Collins, Llvermore, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Louis Rellly and baby, Mrs. James Elbert and baby, Mrs. Martha Grandgenett, Algona; Ruth Weber Whittemore. April 4 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr., boy, 8 Ibs. April 5 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ballard, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 7 oz.; admitted: Mrs Bess LaBarre, Floyd Newville, Algona, medical; Mrs. Agnes Vaske, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Mary Kay Erpelding, Whittemore; Mrs. Eva Dunlap, Daniel Buscher, Algona; Ernest Widen,, Leo Luwig, Cor-' with, Mrs. Ronald Waldera and baby Irvlngton; Jeanine Collins, Robert Collins, Livermore. April 6 -• Admitted: James Thilges, Mary Kay Thilges, Ottosen. T. & A.; Joseph Namer, Algona, medical; dismissed: Kathy Butrlck, Algona. April 7 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. William Eisenbacher, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 11 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Von Bank, Whittemore, girl, 8 Ibs., 4 oz.; Admitted: Mrs. Patricia Honsbruch, Algona, accident; Fred Pannkuk, Algona, medical; Mary Jo Berendes, Judy Berendes, Donna Hinders, John Rube, Algona, T. & A.; dismissed: Mrs. Dennis Meister and baby, Burt; Mrs. Milton Farrow and baby, Ed Mawdsley, Donald Hutchison, Algona; Mrs. Evelyn Kunkel, Corwith; Alfred Weber , Bancroft. April 8 - Admitted; Eleanor Thilges, Bode, medical; Maybelle Rentz, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs..- Joe Bradley, Jr., and baby, Mrs. Phillip Ballard and baby, Mary Jo Berendes, Judy Berendes, John Rube, Donna Hinders, Algona; Lulu Barber, West Bend. April 9 - Admitted: Mrs. Grace French, medical; dismissed : Mrs. Eleanor Thilges, Bode, Ollie Nasby, Joseph Namer, Algona, APRIL SHOWER OF MATTRESSES Englander ] I lublidury ef I.WON CAHIIOI CMKWATNM "Posture Quilt" Coil plus Comfo- Foam Mattress or Box Spring Luxury! 373 Innersprlng coili arc wrapped In a layer of foam and tovered with deluxe quilled lick* Ingl Box spring In matching floral print. What comforll M-KTM* NO MONEY DOWN $0.00 P*r Wttk foyobli Monthly Available in ail three sizes: Twin - 39" $119.95 Regular - 54" $129.95 Queen - 80" $159.90 BE SURE TO VISIT OUR DISPLAY, FEATURING GUNS, CAMPING SUPPLIES AND SPORTING GOODS AT THE SPORTARAMA THIS WEEKEND AT THE FAIRGROUNDS April 10 - Admitted: Terry Christensen, Whittemore, accident; Mrs . Nadine Wolf, West Bend, medical; dismissed: Mrs. William Eisenbacher and baby, Algona; ferry Christensen, Whittemore; Mrs Agnes Vaske, Bancroft. April 11 - Admitted: Nancy Ward, Algona, medical; dismissed : Mrs. Melvin Von Bank and baby, Whittemore. Ledyard Man Takes Post In Govf, Project LEDYARD - Patrick Sullivan has accepted a position as employment counselor for the Work Experience Program at Ft. Dodge. This regional office was set up by Title Five of the Economic Opportunity Act. This is a five county project. Pat has been employed the past 5 1/2 years as a public welfare worker in Humboldt county. - o - Dinner guests at the Eldon Dontje home recently were Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Buschman of Grundy Center, Mrs. Henrietta Dontje and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler and boys of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson and family visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson, his brother, the Raymond Thompsons and also his aunt, Mrs. Don Swan, who is a hospital patient all at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnson have moved from Elmore to the farm home formerly occupied by the Jr. Skatland family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Behse of Des Moines called on the Albert Barnes last week. They had been in Blue Earth to attend the funeral of his cousin. Mr. and Mrs. John Walterman, Mrs. Henrietta Dontje and Sandy Walterman of Kamrar helped Albert Barnes celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Mary Bashara, Mrs. Everett Thompson, Mrs. Marie Halvorson, Mrs. Cecil Pingel and Mrs. Hazel Carpenter attended the guest day at the Buffalo Center Methodist church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Marlin Johnson visited at the Everett Johnson home Sunday. . Gr«tohqn Looft of Neenah, Wise., Is spending the week; here at the parental Albert Looft home. This weekend guests will be Charles Moen, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moen of LaCrosse, Wise. Danny Inglett and Darwin Nauman are enjoying a leave with their parents. They arrived home March 26 and will report for further training on April 8. Danny has been stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, and will return there. Darwin has been at Fort Leonard Wood and will return to a camp in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. John Kramers- meler have returned home from an eastern trip. They took their daughter, Faye, to Washington, D. C. where she is employed in a civil service job with the Navy Department. While the Kramers- meirs were on their trip they visited the eastern states and Florida, and while there visited the Clarence Scotts at New Port Richey and Blanche Jenke at Clearwater. Mrs. Ida Darnell has returned home from a three-month visit with her daughter and family in California. She also visited relatives in the Cities before coming to Ledyard. Dallas Green resumed work as cook at the Ledyard school after a two-week absence because of illness, during which time she was at the Blue Earth hospital and also went through the clinic at Rochester. Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson was released from the Blue Earth hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Blomeare at home after a three-week visit with the Philip Luck family in England. Thursday evening members of the Youth Fellowship and Rev. Vriesen and Supt. Gilbert DeBoer attended the Youth banquet at the Congregational church in Buffalo Center. The DeBoers are the youth counsellors. Four babies were baptized Sunday morning at the Methodist church by the Pastor Rev. Edward Maus. They were Jerry William, son of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Herzog; Lyle Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rinard Johnson, John Lowell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burt, and Duane John, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Looft. Gretchen Looft and Charles Moen were sponsors for the Looft baby. Cor Burn* Fire damaged an auto at the Harley Hansen farm southeast of Algona at 5:10 p. m. Thursday. Algona firemeu were called and were on the scene for 20 minutes. No estimate of damage was made. §*•*••••»•*•!•• Burt AUXILIARY MET "Golden Mike" ballots were completed by members of the Legion Auxiliary at Tuesday nights meeting and were sent to Mrs. Arthur Owens, Des Moines. In other business, members voted to give $1 to the Kossuth County Crippled Children and Adult fund and $1 to the Cancer fund drive. Members also voted to order the "Star" magazine. Mrs. Ray McWhorter was hostess to the monthly sewing meeting at her home April 13. Hosting Tuesday nights meeting were Mesdames Myrtle Zwlefel and E. E. Pettis. - o - SHOWER HONOREE Mrs. Andrew Harms was pleasantly surprised at a pink and blue shower at the home of Mrs. LeRoy Davis Tuesday night. Guests attending be sides the honoree were Mesdames James Droegemueller, Fairmont, Bill Champion and Bruce Graham, Swea City, Garry Davis andTodd and Mrs. Phil Carlson, Algona, Mrs. Roger Ulses and Randy, Fenton, John Kadow, Art Kohler, Carl Simmons. Raymond Lovstad, Charlotte Habeger, Jess Harms, P. J. McGuire, Jerry Wiener and Mary and Norma Harms. - o - BUY CAR At a short special meeting Monday morning, members of the Burt town council, approved the purchase of a Mercury car from former Marshal Walter Steward for use by the new marshal when one is appointed. The Mercury owned by Steward is equipped with a 2-way police radio, warning light, etc. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener and Karla, Cedar Falls, were Easter weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cunningham are parents of their first child, a son, Joseph Robert, born Sunday at Britt Memorial hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson. Robert Volght is the baby's great-grandfather. Supt. and Mrs. Bruce Cranston and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood attended a Lions Club Zone Rally at Clear Lake Tuesday evening. Attending final rites at Elmore Monday for Frank Blondin, 82, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader, Mrs. CliffordSchrader and Mrs. Stanley Black. Mr. Blondin was an uncle of the Schraders. Ruth Hasse is a patient at University hospital, Iowa City. Her sister, Alvina, took a short leave from her duties at the local post office to be with her. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bern and family, Cedar Rapids, spent the Easter weekend with her father, H. E. Rachut, Sr., her brother Herman, Jr. and wife and his sister and family, the Ed Smiths, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Trager and Tammy, Des Moines and Gerald Hilton, Mankato, were Easter weekend guests at the parental Fred Hilton home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Duane were hosts for the Easter weekend to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley, Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomsen, Michelle and Scott, Iowa City, and Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, Sioux City. Bill Hamilton, sophomore at Texas Wesleyan College, Ft. Worth, Texas, spent his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton. Joining the Hamlltons for Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coffin and Pat, Milwaukee, Wise. Easter dinner guests of Mrs. Gladys Hawcott were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott and Kenneth, Mrs. Etta Holdren, Lulu Hawcott and Sellna Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman Jr., Kim, Laura and Joe, were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen, Cheryl and Ronnie, Northwood, were weekend guests at the parental G. H. McMullen and Wayne Keith homes. Easter guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer were Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and children, Marcus, la., Pastor and Mrs. Wm. Scheer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda. The , Friedrichs remained guests until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Batt, Dubuque, spent the Easter weekend at the parental Bill Batt home and with her mother, Mrs. George Wichtendahl, Whittemore Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Paton, spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen and Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McGuire CORD SETS REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE If li rWlly WHY TAKE CHANCES? Bring your Appfianc* in TODAY! PRATT ELECTRIC .104 N. JoMt - • Alftonq Pfeoat 295-5324 WEIL SEE YOU AT THE SPORTARAMA APRIL 15-16-17 SHOWING THE LATEST IN BASEBALL, SOFTBALL, TENNIS & GOLF EQUIPMENT BY WILSON AND SPALDING Hutzell's School & Office Supplies ALGONA This was know It's going to hail, but we don't know where. To avoid gambling with YOUR crop, get the best hail insurance from Farmers Mutual Hail, You get fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at 110 extra cost, Over 130 trained adjusters to assure prompt, fair settlement of claims. Be safe—call your Fanners Mutual Hail agent sooal BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Podge Algono 295-5443 2323 GRAND AYE.' PES MOIWS. M, spent Saturday evening at the Tom Kissner home, Algona getting acquainted with a new grandson, Terry Wayne, born to Mr. and Mrs. Kissner Tuesday at the Britt hospital. Little Paula Kissner, who had been with her grandparents, returned home with them Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gubbel and Lisa, Des Moines, spent Friday and Saturday with her parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baumgard and Joyce. Little Randy Ulses, Fenton, is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L . Pratt were their dau- ghters, Zelpha, Mrs. Earl Nester and Jerry, Worthington Minn., and Mr. afklf Mrs. Ronald Elvidge (Marilda) and Steve of Colesberg. A family gathering was held at the home of Mrs. Kate Groen Easter. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gary Prlngle, Mike and Debby, Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Art Groen and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Gfoen afid family, Mr. and Mrs. lack Geftman and family, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Flay Ddvine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dixon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ooege and Jlfn, all of Burt. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR MOTHER'S DAY with the BIRTHSTONEJ of children... husband and wife... or grandchildren WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA Sportarama Specials! ZEBCO1 REEL $2.22 REG, $5.95 ZEBCO 33 REEL $8.1 REG. $19.50 GARCIA No. 1 REEL. $15.! REG. $38.00 GENERAL ELECTRIC TRANSISTOR RADIO... $6.77 100% ACETATE UMBRELLA ..$2.99 REG. $4.98 WADERS. $11.79 SPECIAL SHOW PRICES ON LAWNBOY MOWERS SEE THE GUN THAT WON THE WEST ASK FOR YOUR FREE EAGLE CLAW FISH HOOKS FREDERICK V & S HARDWARE ALGONA, IOWA April Specials IK GOOD CLEAN USED TRUCKS 1965 Dodge !/2-ton Pickup. This is a dandy unit, driven only 9,000 miles. If you want something real good with a big savings, look at this one! 1963 Chevrolet 2-ton with Nuway tandem, will take up to 17 ft. box, 825 x 20 10-ply tires, 2-speed axle, twin gas tanks. We have 16 ft. used grain box if you want it. 1959 Chevrolet 2-ton 84" cab to axle, 825 x 20 10-ply tires, good, 2-speed axle, new engine installed in November. Driven only 10,000 miles, a good sound unit. 1963 International %-ton pickup (Bonus Load), extra heavy duty tires, V-8 engine, 4-speed transmission, rear bumper, overload springs. 1963 Ford Vi-ton pickup, long 8 ft. box, extra large tires, rear hitch. Special Truck — %-ton International chassis and cab with 261 Chevrolet engine, Chevrolet 4-speed transmission, new 750 x 16 8-ply tires on rear, new grain box with removable top cover. This truck a real bargain at $225! 1961 GMC Vfe.ton pickup, 8 ft. wide box, V-6 engine, rqdio, good tires. BE SURE AND VISIT OUR DISPLAY AT THE SPORTARAMA AT THE FAIRGROUNDS THIS WEEKEND MOTORS TEl: 295-3554 ALGONA, IOWA

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