The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1962 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1962
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2-A_l86Htt (la..) Upper Des MaitieS Tuesday, May 29, 1962 Car And Truck Sales Hit 44, Past Two Weeks Sales of new cars and trucks 1n Kossuth county zoomed upward during the past two weeks. A total of 44 new vehicles were registered at the office of the county treasurer. Owners are: Chevrolet — M. G. Johnson, Lcd- yard, pickup; M. T. McGuire and Co., Algona, pickup; A. A. Droefi- ler, Bancroft; G. A. Goetz, Wesley; Elsie A. Lockwood. Hurt: E. A. or Mary Ann Van VV'uldcn. Wesley; E. H. Hutchins. Algona; W. C. Jorgenson, Swca City: C. R. Long. Algona; H. J. Cowan, Jr.. Algona: A. A. Schiltz, Bancroft; M. I. Lichter, Burt; D. A. Banwart West Bend; D. D. or Joanne Hacked, Algona: 0. W. Blomster, SWKI City: Billy V. Rogers, Algona; Cecil or Mabel McGinnis. Algona: H. D. Bruellman, Ottosen; E. B. Priebe, Fcnton; R. E. or Verdell Monson, Armstrong; J. P. Steier. Whittemore; T. P. Sheridan, Ban croft; and M. E. Waller, Algona. Ford — A. G. Illg. Bode, pickup: H. G. Wallentine, Swea City; R. L. Strayer, Algona; H. E. Ward. Algona; V G. or Betty Vriesen, Ledyard; Max or Marjorie Bartholomew, Algona; E. M. or Helen Huber, Algona; Kent Motor, Algona; Adolph Mortensen, Swea City; and J. H. L'kena, Titonka. Mercury — F. H. Froehlich, AI- gont; M. M. or Betty J. Engelbarts, Algona; Leona Ann Downs, Algona; and C. C. Gerzema, Lakota. Volkswagen — T. P. Lickteig Wesley. Rambler — L. A. Goetz, Wesley; and J. H. or Marianne Chalstrom, Algona. International — A. H. Lickteig, Wesley. Cadillac — J. J. Lesiak, Titonka. Olds — J. D. or Frances M. An toine, Bancroft. Pnntiac — C. V. Engelbarts, Elmore. MiSs Stecker, Tyke, Weds E. E. Neal one of the oldest residents in the state of Iowa died recently at a rest home in Wellmar, at the age of 105. Mr. Neal was a retired photographer. Wesleyan Will Marry Britt Girl June 9 \Vrslry — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neswald of Brill announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Elaine to Wendell Weiland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weiland. The wedding will be June !) at the Little Brown church at Nashua. Teacher Retires Mrs. Al Discher and Anna Flom took their fellow teacher, June McDowell, to her home in Bed- finl May 31. Miss McDowell taught the second grade in the Corwith school for 30 years and has retired lo live with her two sisters. En- route home the women stopped in DCS Monies to get Diane Discher and three friends in nurses training who are on vacation. Titonka — Marybeth Stecker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Helko Stecker, Titonka, and Harold H. Prince, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert M. Prince, Keokuk, were j married Sunday, May 27, at Good Hope Lutheran church at 2:30 p.m. Pastor A. F. Gerstmann performed the ceremony. The bride, given by her father, was attired in a gown of hand clipped Chantilly lace over satin. Sabrina neckline, bridal point sleeve, satin bow in back falling into a chapel train. She had a waist-length veil of imported silk luce with double tiered crown of seed pearl and sequins. She wore a gold heart with diamond in the center, gift of the groom, and FRIDAY ONLY DOLLAR DOWN DOLLAR A WEEK SEE _A .DEMONSTRATION _OF _THE FAMOUS GENERAL ELECTRIC VAC- CUUM CLEANERS BY FACTORY DEMONSTRATORS UPRIGHT NEW Vacuum Cleaner MODEL U-4 Lavish with fo'iivps . . . thi» all-new Gcr.iial Kld'tni: I'IM.KM C.'li-aner is a | Ica.sure to i.-r bcca\i.-'! it clruns •so I' . . . «<i pa.-A ami so thoioughly • Kasy CHUN ti sion to attachn.ent cleaning. • Suet.mi control lever adjust suction for oVpth of p;!e. • Powerful 2 speed motor — never M-pds oiling •— use luph speed for above-Moor cleaning and low speed for lim-M deep-.5 net ion i u^ r clean in • Power ilrufii ilo .hie .-^i I 01 t- hu.r hixi.-h ge'- uut of. carpets quickly ai.d ta»:ly. • Comci.iei.t t..e touch Release Peil — three poa.lions for easier clean- i i'.(,'. • Convenient f 11 t'fi -t i p ON-0 F F suitch — i.o M"..|' ,n• Full zipper <'per..i w :de fur easy bag clan L'' i, • Large wrap-arouni lik'lit panel inakt j it easy to sot- . ., tu clcall. '89.95 MO OTHER CLEANER LIKE IT carried a cascade of white and yellow roses. Her matron of honor was Judith Stecker; bridesmaid was Mrs Norman Wagner and junior bridesmaid was Janice Pannkuk. The bridegroom's attendants were Dave Bolten, Rick Waar and Tommy Stecker. Ring bearers were David Garrette and Steven Roeglin, while the flower girl was Kimberly Wagner. Candlelighters were Jim Garrette and Ted Stecker. The wedding march was played by Mrs Leonard Leech and Leroy Bruns sang. Reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors. Mrs Prince is a graduate of Ti- onka high school and American Beauty Academy, Des Moines. She is presently employed at Ames. The groom has been a student at Ames and will re,cejy,e; his,- B.S. 'rom'I.S.U. 'in'-August. He plans o attend University of New Brunswick in September. The couple left for a wedding rip at the Lake of the Ozarks, after which they will be at home at Ames, until September when they will live in New Brunswick, Canada. (UDM Engraving) Gets Scholarship Karen Grant, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grant of Britt, formerly of Wesley, was awarded an all-expense paid scholarship to the business college of her choice. She is a granddaughter of Mrs Teresa Foertsch. Suffers Shock Roger Nelson, 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson of Clear Lake, formerly of Wesley, suffered major burns when he either stepped on a high voltage line felled by a storm Tuesday night, or was struck by the hot wire as it 'fell. The Clear Lake Fire Dept. revived him with oxygen and after first aid for burns he was taken to Mercy hospital. Enroll In Schools Lois Becker, daughter of Ray Beckers, enrolled June 4 at Hamilton business college, Mason City. She graduated from Corwith- Wesley school last week. Ruth Lickteig, daughter of Albert Lickteig, enrolled the same day at La James Beauty school in Mason City. She graduated from Garrigan high school, Algona last week. The two girls will share an apartment. Suzanne Stucler. daughter of the Paul Studers and Jo Ann Plathe, daughter of Art Plathes, enrolled June 4 in the Personal Training Institute in Omaha, Nebr. Both are 1962 graduates of Garrigan. Kathleen Gardner, daughter of the Leon Gardners, enrolled June 4 in the La James School of Beau- ffiSSrasdn City, - -AJargaret Otis, a graduate of Garrigan will enter Mercy hospital, Mason City for nurses training. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis. Trees Damaged A large tree fell on the southwest corner of the Clarence Ac- kerson house Monday evening doing considerable damage. A large tree was removed from the northwest corner of Mrs. Marie Starquist's yard. The tree was split almost to the ground, so George Seaberg cut it down be('ore it was blown down and might have done considerable damage to nearby buildings and other property. Douglas Downs arrived May 27 Ic spend a month's leave from !lio navy at his parental Ed Oowns home. He had just returned from a month's service in Japan, Hong Kong, Okinawa, Manilla. Philinpines. The Ed Downs family moved this week from the Alne house on main street into the house they recently purchased from Mrs. Marllia Tjarks. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young and daughters of Garner were Weclnes- dny evening guests in the Ed Downs home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and family visited their daughter and sister. Delores Goetz, a student at Ml. Saint Francis Convent in Dubunue Mav 27. Another daughter. Patty Goetz, Boonc, accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz have a new grandson, Timothy Francis, born May 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGreevcy of Spencer. Karen and Kay McGreevey spent a week at the Goetz home. They took them home May 26. The Larry Langs of Mason City and the Bud Hauptmans of Bancroft were Wndnesday guests in the Gayle Studer home. The women are Haverly sisters. The Norman Rowp family of Ft. Podjze were Memorial Day guests in the parental Urban Neuroth home and in the Rich Reiling home. Debra Rowe returned home with her parents following a few day's visit here. The Mike Vitzthum family moved last week into the house vacated by the R. E. Newbroughs last year. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flom and Roger left Tuesday for Denver. Colo, to spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lybarger and son. Work was begun last week on the scraping and painting of the exterior of St. Joseph's Catholic church. A north entrance to the basement and cement sidewalks around the north and east sides of the church and other repair work is to be done. James Walker. Jr.. was honored on his graduation May 27 by a four-generation family gathering at his home that evening. His great grandmother, Mrs. John Walter,, 95, Rodman, his grand-, parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker of West Bend, also his maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaeger of South Milwaukee, Wise, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Snell of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grifhorst of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hanson. James will attend C'reighton University, Omaha, this fall. Mrs. Carol Martin Bleich closed her beauty shop May 29. Mrs. Bill Rockwood of Algona plans to open a beauty shop in the Alnc building. Mrs. Johanna Hansen of Des Moines is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Engcn and family. The Methodist Youth group were Sunday evening guests May 27 of the Corwith group at a worship service. Lunch and a social hour followed. Ralph Smith of Davenport spent May 23-27 with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith and with the Glen Smiths of Bode. VVSCS scheduled for June 6 was moved up to June 1 to avoid conflict with Vacation Bible School. Hostesses were the Mesdames Harold Price, George Ostercamp, Orville and John Weiland. Kathryn Hauptly led devotions and Shirley Bruns gave the lesson. Tuesday Club will meet June 12 instead of the 19th. A pot luck dinner will be held at the city park followed by an hour of games under the leadership of Ruth Anfinson and Mary Hemmingsen. There will be election of officers. Memorial Day guests at the L. H. Klein home were the Loren Leases of Clear Lake, the L. L. Leases and the Dave Kleins. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer report a new granddaughter, Lccsa Suzanne, born May 28 at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, to Mr. and Mrs. Don Vogel of Lohrville. May HO guests in the Art Plathe home in honor of Jo Ann, who graduated from Garrigan May 27 were Ed Youngwirth, Albert Kra- mus and Karen of Whittemore, Bill McOuircs and Vickie, Dolmaf Plathes and Richard, and Richard Kohlhnas all of St. Joe, Charles Wilsons and Mary, Vcrnon Plathes of LuVcrnc, Leo Youngwirth, St. Benedict, Dotty Mchlisch, Mary Ann Thilges, Barb Thilges, Eleanor Becker and Eileen Wagner, all of Bode, and Eileen McCarthy of St. Benedict. Jo Ann Plathe left June 4 for Omaha, Neb. where she enrolled in the Personal Training Institute. Memorial Day guests in the parental Vincent Douglum home were the Roger Doughans of Clarion and the Phil Ballards of Algona and the Steve Doughans. Steve Doughan left June 4 for Spain. He is in the air force and had been stationed at Keesler Air Force Base neat' Biloxi, Miss. His wife, the former Patty Young* wirth, and their small daughter Debbie plan to join him later. She was with him in Mississippi. They had spent a month here. Visitors in the Walter Elsbecker home Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wall. Goche and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Goche of Bancroft. AT DANCES BANCROFT ART KIRMSE JFriday, June 8] SIX FAT DUTCHMEN Wednesday, June 13 IF IT'S NEWS WE WAN'l "l" PENNEY'S BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "The Wildest Trader in Town" WELCOME TO ALGONA! GET ACQUAINTED DAY Friday, June 8 You're Always Welcome Here MATCHED WORK SETS Penney's "Job Tested" Work Clothes are the best quality your money can buy ! • Proportioned to I it • Quality l-'ubrics • Lab-Test CoiiNtriH lion • I'ennry's Low Prices! • Mcrceri/.ed-\at-J))fd • Sunforiml 2 2.98 SHIRTS.... $ M/l-S II to I!J — MccvCS .Short, medium unil Lung PANTS $ M/es ^,s to 50 — liiM'ums -8 lo ::ii JACKETS... Sizes :;ii to IU BUILT FOR RUGGED WEAR, YET EASY ON THE EYE AND POCKET BOOK, TOO IN I OKI..V1 (.KEEN. St.MAN & (iKAV THE MEN WHO KNOW TIRES BEST IN ALGONA HOWARD STILLMAN HAROLD ERPELDING BILL KENNE Joe Bradley Firestone SOUTH OF ALGONA HOTEL PHONE CY 4-2421, ALGONA, IOWA ftiYLON ?500" with 27-Month Road Hazard Guarantee We'll allow you from *17 to *36 for your old tfres when you trade for a set of four Firestone "500" Nylons A PREMIUM Firestone Tire at a POPULAR Price... Now with Exclusive^ All-Action Tread lo give you LONGER MILEAGE and TRACTION in the CENTER of the tread where 1 you need it most! >» ALL SIZES LOW PRICED Just "Charge 111" or Buy on Easy Payday Terms Every new Firestone tire it GUARANTEED 1. Against dcfccU in workmanship and material* for th* Ufa of the original tread. 2, Against normal road hazards (except repairable puncture*) encountered In everyday passenger car use (or the number of months specified. Replacements prorated on tread, wear and bused on list prices current at time o( adjustment. • " DROP IN AND SEE US ON ALGONA'S "GET ACQUAINTED DAY, JUNE 8 r«BBBBBBBBaflBBBBBBBBBBB«BBIBi|BBBBHHBBBb9Mi|i||Bgllll8i JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE Your FIRESTONE Wholesale and retail Dealer, OR VIKING OIL CO., Algona KRAUSi "66", Fenton CHROME SERVICE, Algona LAPPE/S D'X, iurt MURRAY OIL CO., Bancroft WAGNER D«X, Algona BUTCH'S D-X, Whittemore ED'S D'X, Algona STROUP'S DOC, Corwith, la. DALES D-X, Bode, la,

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