The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
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4-Algona (la.) Upptr Dei Moinil fhursday, June 16, 1966 David Fox Of Bancroft Is Bridegroom BANCROFT - David Arthur Fox was united in marriage with Mary Jean Goldsmith on Saturday, June 4, at 11:00 in St. Joseph Catholic church in Earlville, la. The members of his family attending the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fox, his parents; Us brothers and sisters, Bernie, Pat, Mike, Joe, Catherine and Mary, all of Bancroft; Dick, Ackley, la., Bill, Wisconsin, Roger, Minneapolis, Minn., and Jerry, Milan, HI. Mr. and Mrs. Fox will leave shortly for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., where he is at the present time attending school, while with the Army. Mrs. Fox formerly taught in the Cherokee school system. - o - LOCAL BOY HONORED Richard Unclerkofler, a freshman at St. John's high school in Bancroft the past year, received a regional award in the 1965-66 Ford Future Scientists of America awards program. His was one of 20 chosen out of 30,000 entries chosen from a 4-state region - Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The contest is sponsored by the Ford Motor Co. and conducted by the National Science Teachers Assc. Each student entered a report of his science project for judging. Richard's project was concerned with the uptake of radioactive carbon by water plants. Richard received a certificate of excellence and St. John's high school received a certificate in honor of him. He will also be given a silver plaque. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Underkofler of Bancroft. His science advisor was Sister Mary Rosaire, 0. S. F. - o - MUNICIPAL POOL OPEN The Bancroft Municipal swimming pool opened and. the water temperature is65degrees. V. J. Meyer, business manager announced the following pool personnel - chief lifeguard and supervisor, responsible for all water instruction and water safety procedure, Janice Menke; lifeguards, Patricia Dudding, Claudine Cranston, Mary Beth Welp, Shirley Marlow, Bridget Quinn and Kathy Welp. Beginning June 13, Sentralwill come to Bancroft on Tuesday and and Friday for lessons. The schedule for Bancroft lessons will be announced later. - o - Builder Construction man Dale R. Menke, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albin C. Menke, Bancroft, is serving in Danang, East Republic of Viet Nam, as a member of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion U (MCG-H), a unit of the Pacific Naval Seabees on deployment supporting the U. S. Marines in Viet Nam. Miss Joanne Goche was honored at a shower Sunday, June 5, at St. John's hall in Bancroft. Approximately 100 guests attended the shower which began at 1:30 p. m. Five hundred was played with high prize going to Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi, low prize going to Mrs. Art Droessler and door prize to Mrs. Wm. Deitering. A delicious lunch followed, prepared by the hostesses. Miss Goche will be married June 18 at St. John's GEHL CHOP-ALL Featuring: . NEW! 10,000 RPM Knife Sharpener* • Chrome-Edged Knives • Select-A-Cut Transmission Breeze through all your wind- rowed crops with the Hay Pick-Up attachment on the Gehl Chop-All. The 5-foot- wicle, 20-inch diameter positive feeding auger pulls in the heaviest windrows. Six Chrome-edged knives chop more tons of fine-cut forage. Select-A-Cut transmission ad- justs in seconds for short, medium or long cut forage. Easy-Swing drawbar lets you change positions right from tractor seat. New, lightweight, 10,000 RPM, portable knife sharpener* (gas or electric models) assures true beveling of knife cutting edges right on the machine. Use in the field or at the machine shed. 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HYATT th« HYATT LODGE 8625 Wimtl , Blvd. (Hwy. 12) Minotipolk Minn. 55426 FREE Across From CENCRAl Mill! 9FFI9IS WMe for Cu!cr B'": "Things to 00 and StJ- m M nn NAME. ADDRESS. |C:TY—. -STATE. . .rch here, to Cecil Wirth of Thompson, la. Dally vacation Bible school was held in the First Baptist church of Bancroft, June 6 - 10. Rev. A. W. Nelson is the pastor. Alfred Weber, Bancroft, recently returned from Rochester where he underwent open heart surgery. At the present time he is convalescing at home and making a nice recovery. The North Kossuth golf course ladies held their weekly Ladies Day, Wed., June 8. Hostesses for morning coffee were Mrs. Annette Ratigan and Mrs. Jim Kennedy. A business meeting was held with Mrs. Dennis Dreesman, president, conducting. It was approved and seconded that the ladies would host a Ladies Invitational tournament in the near future. It was also decided that the ladies would donate part of their funds toward a new carpet for the clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Potthoff celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Monday, June 6. They celebrated by spending the day with former Bancroft area residents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Looft, at their home in Madrid, la. After an overnight visit, the Potthoffs returned to their home in Bancroft. Frank Mescher recently had a growth removed from behind his ear. At the present time he is recovering nicely at home. Mrs. Edward Menke and three children spent Thursday, June 9, in Fairmont, Minn., where they visited her sister, Mrs. Catherine Worth and family. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mason City Girl Is Engaged To Algona Man SUSAN McNARY Announcement has been made of the engagement of Susan McNary, 1966 graduate of Mason City high school, to LeRoy Bruns, 1965 graduate of Algona high school. Miss McNary is the daughter of Mrs. Ann McNary of Mason City and Mr. Bruns is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns of Algona. Mr. Bruns attended M. C. Jr. College last fall and is employed by the Iowa State Highway Commission as engineer's aid this summer. Picnic guests at the Lee Guerdet home for the birthday of Mrs. Dennis Guerdet were the latter lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hatten and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Guerdet. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop, Evelyn and Dwayne, attended the wedding of a relative at Vinton, and were overnight visitors. Tuesday evening last week, their birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Lofstrom, with Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt assisting. Mrs. Herman Askland, Sr. and Mrs. Gunnard Lar* son were honored guests. About a dozen ladies attended. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rippentrop of Truman became the parents of their first child, Steven Eugene, at the Fairmont Community Hopsital. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malson of Fairmont are the grandparents. The family of Everett Rippentrop attended the Silver wedding of her brother and wife, the Herman Tappers of Marathon, Wise, at Buffalo Center, Saturday evening. All of the Tapper brothers and sister (11) were together for the first time in 4 years. Dinner guests last Sunday after Confirmation of their daughter, Judy, at the Floyd Montgomery home were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holl, Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Llndell, Armstrong, and Mrs. J. H. Montgomery. SWEA EAGLE - Tom Kockler, Bill Ewing and Tom Hurlburt are employed in Minneapolis for the summer. Caryl Larson will be at Richfield , Minn, for the summer playing for Sunday services, and will be counseling for high school students attending Economics Institute at St. Olaf College at Northfield. Mrs. Virgil Peterson and daughters of New Brighton, Minn, visited her mother, Mrs. Mamie Barker, Fairmont, and relatives in the Swea City area the past week, including the Bernard Petersons, and the William Tobins and their families. Andrew Brones and Jay Brones attended the funeral of a cousin of Jay Monday at Forest City. Mrs. Chris Feddersen and Catherine were noon lunch guests at the home of Mrs. James Stil- Iman, Dolliver, for former Dolliver teachers. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Feddersen, Marie Clausen, Mrs. A. J. Kramer- smeier and Mrs. Lanning attended a buffet supper for Alumni at the Dolliver School. Mrs. Robert Himes and Lorine of Los Alamos, New Mexico and Mrs. Louella Himes of Mason Citv are at the Francis Torine home for an extended visit. Mrs. Robert Himes is a daughter of the Torines. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seylar (Bonnie 0'Green) became the parents of a son, Timothy Jon, May 28. He weighed 9 pounds and" 8 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seylar, Alameda, Cal. Great grandparents here are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morrow, Fox Lake, Minn, and Mrs. Ida O'Green. The Walter O'Greens attended Commencement at Fairmont and were among other guests at the Bill Klusendorf home for Kathleen Kittelson. Glen Morrow of Fox Lake, Minn, father of Mrs. Walter O'Green was hospitalized Sunday morning at the Fairmont Community Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bromley of Clinton were weekend guests at the home of his sister, the Truman Johnsons. Sunday evening, the Johnsons and Brom- leys attended an alumni reunion and banquet at the Dolliver School. Attending Commencement at Kiester, Minn, last Thursday evening, for their nephew, Larry Buhman, son of the William Buhmans, were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Robert and Marna, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. All were guests at the_ Buhman home, along with other relatives, following the program. Mr. and Mr. Johnie Tobin and family drove to Sioux City to bring their daughter, Marjorie, home at the conclusion of her freshman year at Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet spent the Memorial Day weekend at Le Mars visiting their daughter and family, the Kenneth Hogs'. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan spent Tuesday of last week at Des Moines. 60th Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alexander of Modale were honored recently in observance of their 60th wedding anniversary. They have spent most of their married life farming, Collision At Ledyard; $350 In Damages Two Ledyard cars were damaged a total of $350 at 9:30 a. m. Thursday on Ledyard's main street as they collided while one was backing from the curb. Orville Wayne Beenken, 38, was backing his car from the curb when it and one driven by Patricia Ann Hoffman, 28, collided. According to Sheriff Ralph Llndhorst, who investigated the mishap, Beenken's vision was obscured by a pickup truck parked beside his car. Neither driver was injured and no tickets issued. Damages to the Hoffman vehicle were estimated at $250 and to the Beenken car about $100. Beef Men Plan Cattle Day Tour The Kossuth County Beef Producer's are planning a tour to the Iowa Beef Cattle Day at Afton, Iowa on Saturday, June 25, reports Galen DeValois, county extension director. Ray Cunningham, Burt, newly elected president to the group encourages Kossuth County cattle feeders to attend this field day. Interested feeders and others should contact Ray or one of the directors - vice- president, Leonard Stenzel, Burt; secretary - treasurer, Harlan Hutchinson, Lone Rock; Don Arndorfer, Bancroft; DuaneTin- dall, Corwith; James Rock, Swea City; Benji Banwart, West Bend or Galen DeValois, county extension director. Several of the directors are driving or will help find transportation. "A Challenge to the Iowa Beef Industry' will be the theme of the towa Beef Cattle Day at Afton on June 25. $22 theft Theft of about $22 in change was reported at the root beer stand here Saturday morning. Police were called to investigate. The money which was taken was kept in paper cups near the front of the building and was pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. The theft occurred sometime between 1:30 and 4 a. m. and entrance was apparently gained through a door left open for. bread delivery. Matter** Degree Robert J. Palmer, former Al* gonan, received his master's degree in business education from Loyola University at New Orleans, La. at their annual commencement exercise May 31. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. James Palmer, Algona. After graduating from the Algona Community Schools, he received his bachelor of science degree from Iowa State University in industrial engineering. He is currently employed as an engineer at Boeing Aircraft In New Orleans. Mr. Palmer is married to the former Betty Mertz and the couple has four children. Cats have highly developed vision and hunt by sight, while dogs rely.on their keen sense of smell. BEAVER CREEK DISTILLERY, INC. STOCK Being Bought, Sold and Quoted At Any Office of CONWAY BROTHERS, INC. DES MOINES, CEDAR RAPIDS, FORT DODGE SIOUX CITY, MOUNT PLEASANT, IOWA FALLS, ALGONA, DENISON AND MASON CITY. CALL FOR CURRENT QUOTATIONS Algona Office — 108 N. Moore GOOD NEIGHBORS OW AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Ed Luedtke,Letts Creek Ed Luedtke, this week's Country Neighbor, was born and raised on the 160 acre lay-out a fourth-mile east of LottsCreek where he now farms. He had 80 acres of corn, 35 acres of oats and 10-12 acres of pasture and some good hay ground during 1965's growing season. Ed is a member of the Farm Bureau, Lone Rock Legion post and LottsCreek Lutheran church. His hobbies include hunting and fishing - and enjoys hunting foxes during the winter. He normally has 50 heifers, 350 crossbred hogs and 400 chickens on the farm - and his work with hogs is considered the favorite job around the place. Ed also likes to work with machinery. He was in the army for 42 months during World War E. Mrs. Luedtke is the former Caroline Peter and they were wed in 1945, They first met at the Peter farm and she is a member of the Ladies Aid of the church and is a flower grower. They have four children, Gerald, Alan, Rita and Mark and Ed has four sisters, including two in this area, Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Melvin Theisen, Fenton. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Salei & Service Plume 295-3M1 AtGONA Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mellii* - Kdly-Ryan - P«|MC N«w ld«a Farm Machinery Robinson Construction Company, pictured above east on U.S. 18 from Algona has successfully served this area in farm, commercial and residential construction since 1945. This building was built and designed by Bud to meet the requirements of a rapidly growing business. Robinson Construction Company, since its very beginning, has made every effort to do the best possible in workmanship and uses only the finest quality materials. The company takes pride in cooperating with the customer to see that the finished job is what he wanfs and expects, The quality of materials and expert workmanship done by this company can be seen in many of the finer homes in Algona. If you are planning to build, remodel or redecorate in-the future, see Robinson Construction Company of .Algona for the finest work that can be done, Here you will find frienciiy, efficient personnel cooperating with you in every way to see that you get no less than t!v? best. Robinson Construction Co. Sioux StMl Buildings Building Construction FM fU«, •irmtlh. IMM ba&Z Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Atgraa Farm Machinery — Truekf — Tirti Allli-Ch»lmtt* Oltvir CMC Tiueki PUMton* TUtl Phone 29M421 Ernie Williams Jphn Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUAUTY « SIRVICg Located east of Algona ou highway Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely' Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumblnj Bhttt M«U) •• CM P> OU Veil* Pumpi W»s«r Cempltt» Phuur S! ALGONA Upptr Ptt Molnts Publishing Co, PRINTING AT IT'f H9T - WITH QUMITt ANp ECONOMY MM If Mill

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