The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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6-Algono (la.) Upper Del Molne* Thursday, August 25, 1966 Senfral Hires Lone Rock Lady As Bus Driver LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Nick Doocy of Lone Rock have been hired as bus drivers by the Sentral school board. They will drive the route formerly driven by A. A. Krueger. Sentral has hired Mrs. Ralph (Virginia) Weisbrod of Fenton lor ninth and tenth grade English. Mrs. Weisbrod formerly taught in the Fenton school. She has recently completed her college work at Drake University in Des Moines. Delbert Geitzenauer of Fenton has been hired as custodian of the Sentral High School building. Mr. Geitzenauer. has been employed for the past 13 years by the Fenton Elevator. He will assume his duties Aug. 29 and Mrs. Geitzenauer will assist him. Art will be offered at Sentral this year. Mrs. Floyd Hutzell of Algona will teach it; Mr. Hutzell is shop teacher there. - o - SHOWER HONOREE Mrs. Steven Berkland was honored with a wedding shower Aug. 21, at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek. Mrs. Berkland, the former Jacqueline Laabs, was married Aug. 5, and is now living at Ames. The seventy-five guests were entertained with a fashion skit on "what not to wear" put on by some of the hostesses and girls; Carol Zumach of Lone Rock sang a song; and Mrs. Kenneth Hackbarth, program chairman, opened the program with scripture and a reading on Jackie's life. Bobbie Blerle, a cousin, registered the guests, and grandmother of the bride, Mrs. L. A. Hackbarth of Algona, poured. Steven Berkland, the groom, and Carol Zumach helped open the gifts. Hostesses were Mesdames Howard Krause, Gerald Radig, Dick Struecker, Vic Dreyer, Lloyd Berkland, Lyndon Kerber, Harold Elmers, Roger Jensen, Don Shaw, Melvin Theisen, Delmar Fischer, Kenneth Hackbarth, Herb Hackbarth, Wilford Radig, Ralph Blerstedt, Ray Kading, Edwin Luedtke, Wilmer Wichtendahl, Clarence Lohse, Roy Bierle, Paul Voigt, Vic Kuecker, Walt Jentz and L. H. Seegebarth. - o - Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Kenny Mueller traveled by bus to Stanley, Wise, last week to visit the Mueller family. Kenny will return after a week's visit with his family there. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lindvall Burt-Lone Rock MONITOR and daughters, Mrs. Leslie Tegland and Mrs. Kenneth Severson of Clarion, visited the Curtis Olson home. Jayne and Dana Lindvall remained at the Olson home for a few days visit. Mrs. Raymond Neswold of Britt spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Neswold visited her husband at Camp Ripley, Minn, over the weekend. Mrs. Walter Gunnelson and Beth of Hlbbing, Minn., and Mrs. Albert Swanson of Swea City, spent Wednesday with Mrs. E. A. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mueller of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brookin, Pasadena, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohse, Fairmont, were Sunday guests at the Roy Bierle home. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and boys returned Sunday after a trip to Detroit, Mich, and Niagara Falls, N. Y. While in Detroit they toured the Ford Museum and Ford plant. Barry Priebe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Priebe, returned home this week after spending several days with his cousin, Mark Larson of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Reilly Sidelined By Early Mishap and family and Mrs. Rose M. Sangl of Upland, Calif., visited friends in Lone Rock Wednesday. Thny were luncheon guests at the Frederick Schultz home. Mrs. Frederick Schultz and Mrs. A. A. Krueger attended funeral services for Mrs. Emma Manus Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz and family and Mrs. Klngman were supper guests at the Frederick Schultz home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Bellinger and Mrs. Ervin Wetzel left Sunday for a few days vacation traveling in Minnesota., North Dakota and Canada. Marilyn Bellinger is at home after attending summer session Drake University In Des Moines. Miss Bellinger will teach 4th grade at the Ringsted school this year. Last year she taught at Renwick. Everett Householder fell while working last week and broke three bones in his foot. Mr. Householder is In Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz of Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme of Ottosen, Mrs. Lester Johnson of Algona, were weekend visitors at the home of Mrs/Maude Blanchard. Immanuel Ladies Aid of Lotts Creek have been invited to attend Guest Day at the St. John Lutheran church in Fenton. llRVINGTONl By Marguerite Hayei Orle Shlpler of Algona, shown at the right above, escaped injury here Friday night when his stock car was badly damaged during the first heat of races at the Kossuth County Fair. The vehicle spun into the retaining wall near the south end of the grandstand, lurched backward toward the middle of the track and was clipped in the rear by a car driven by Ted Zeimann of Mason City. In the photo, Shipler and members of his pit crew are shown surveying the damage to the vehicle. A field of 46 cars, coming from a wide area, competed for the $1,000 guaranteed purse before a large crowd. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) CHAMPIONSHIP Mrs. Marie Frankl returned Aug. 16 after spending two weeks at the home of her son, Gerald Frankl and family at South Sioux City, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ditsworth were recently visited by their sons Harry and Harold of Winthrop, Minn, and Walworth, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Knudson spent the past week with relatives at Cedar Falls. The Fun and Do Club gave a farewell card party for Rita Frankl on Wednesday at the home of .Laura Becker. Cards were played and a buffet luncheon served. Gifts were presented to Rita. She had been a member of the club for-many years and recently resigned, since they are moving to South Sioux City, Nebr. Barney Frankl left Sunday for Ft. Polk, La. for six months duty in the National Guard. Milford Plathe returned Sunday after having been a patient at Mercy hospital for an appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Frankl, Ames, spent the weekend at the Gerald Frankl home here and were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frankl. Other guests were the Gerald Frankl family, Mrs. Marie Frankl, Mrs. Caroline Kunkel, Algona and Mrs. Marguerite Hayes. Season Point Battle On Line Here Friday 1 SENECA " w • sillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllli: AT KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY (FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA) FRIDAY - AUGUST 26 PLUS THE POWDER PUFF DERBY CHAMPIONSHIP AND A FREE DRAWIfc * FOR A GOOD, CLEAN USED CAR FROM KEN'S AUTO SERVICE, ALGONA, DON'T MISS IT! WARM-UPS - 8:30 RACES - 9 P.M. ADMISSION ADULTS - $1.25 CHILDREN - 25c KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY ALGONA, IOWA The Season Championship Stock Car Race at the fairgrounds this Friday evening promises to wind up the 'current year in a blaze of glory. First off, the sizzling point battle that has been going on all season between Gene Schattschneider and Jim Edgington, both of Algona, will have to be settled. At the present time Gene holds the upper hand by a narrow margin, andhe isn'tjoing to relinqish it on the final night without one whale of a struggle. Jim, on the other hand, will be out to overtake him and claim the season point title. Then there's the third Powder Puff Derby, billed this week as the Championship, with plenty of women drivers Indicating they will be on hand to get behind the wheels of cars available. And finally, a good, clean used car will be given away as a final big prize for the year. Donated by Ken's Auto Service, a drawing will be held to determine its new owner. Warm-ups are slated at 8;30 with the first event to begin at 9 p.m. this Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre spent Sunday at the Glenn Johnsons at Newell, la., and brought their daughter, Joy, who has spent the past week there, home with them. Senecans received word Friday of the passing of Geo. Charlston, 89, a former Senecan, living in the Leland, la. area. The Charlstons lived a number of years in the Seneca community. Mrs. Charlston was the former Gladys Thompson, sister of Kenneth and Joy Thompson. A group of Seneca Stars 4-H girls took part in the 4-H talent show held in conjunction with the Kossuth County Fair, Tuesday afternoon. The group included Audrey and Cathy Bergum, Linda Sue Kracht, Ann. Fortney, Anna Menz, Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dreyer. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary held its annual picnic at the Clarence Osborn home. The project of the Auxiliary for the coming year will be the sewing of carpet rags. Individuals interested in sewing clothing for children at Glenwood or elsewhere is urged to do so. n LIVE market and a good one awaits reader* and users of Clarified ads. Whatever your need may be . . . buying, selling, finding a job, anything at all, the Want-Ads will do the job! 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