The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1962 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1962
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4-Alflona (la.) Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, June 5, 1962 Algona Cited For Traffic Safety Chicago — Eleven Iowa municipalities, including Algona. were cited this week by the National Safety Council for outstanding accomplishments in traffic safety as reported in the Annual Traffic Inventory for 1%!. They were among 238 cities and towns, 30 states and Puerto Kico which received citations. Algona, Atlantic, Hurlington, Ccnterville. Clarinda, Decorali. Maquokela, Red Oak, Shenundoah and Spencer each was awarded a Certificate of Achievement in special recognition for a perfect record of no traffic deaths during the ,>ear and progressive accident prevention program activities. Many Ottosen Students Are Given Awards Ottosen — Twin Rivers Community, Oltosen junior high school commencement was held May 2' at the Ottosen school auditorium. The processional was by Davi(i Nasby ; invocation, Rev John Beem; music, junior high music department; address, Rev. Beem; presentation of diplomas, L. C Carlson, principal; benediction, Rev. Beem; recessional, Mr. Nasby. Graduates were Jerome Berge, Tedmar Brodale, Nancy Dahl. Harry Dasen, Stephen De Groole, Sandra Elsbecker, David Halsrud. Dwayne Haug, Martha Holt. Arlan Jacobson, Susan Leuthauser. Wayne Lurkens, Jimmy Newton, Margaret Scnber and Marilyn Zeman. May 24, an opne house was held by the junior high school. The seventh grade gave the Pledge of Allegiance and the eighth grade the flags of America. This was followed by the presentation of awards. Awards in eighth grade went to Martha Holt, Margaret Olson, Jerry Berge, Sandra Elsbecker, Marilyn Zeman, and Renee Pool. Citizenship awards went to Susan Leuthauser, Nancy Dahl and David Halsrud. Awards went to the following seventh graders: Geraldine Ved- vik, Roberta Holland. John Skow, Arlys Wehrspann, Ruth Bakken. Dennis Nelson, Mary Lou Olson, and Randall Opheim. Citizenship awards went to Cloyce Gress and David Hanson. Poppy awards for seventh and eighth grades: Martha Holt, Ron Sorlein, Margaret Olson, Harlan Tofteberg, David Hanson, Geraldine Vedvik and Renee Pool. Poppy awards for fourth grade: Diane Olson, Jackie Jacobson, Jeanne Pflibsen, Calvin Haug. Robert Olson, Joe Jensen, Paul Bakken, Tim Schultz and Janelle Nelson. Conservation awards, sixth grade: Marjorie Thompson, Kathy Jacobson, Linda Vosberg, Jeanette Evenson; seventh grade, Mary Lou Olson, Ramona Aure, Roberta Rolland; eighth grade, Martha Holt, Margaret Olson, Ken Scriber Reading awards given by the Progressive Club went to Tud Brodale 'and Nancy Dahl in the eighth grade; Cloyce Cress and Geraldine Vedvik in the seventh grade and Marjorie Thompson and Jim Skow in the sixth grade. Mrs. Eggerth also gave a read- ] ing prize to Nancy Dahl and Cloyce '. Gress. I Patrol awards went to .lorry Berge, Janice Johnson, Huth Bak ken, Marilyn Zeman. Ted Hrodaie, Dave Halsrud, Dwayne Haug. Geraldine Vedvik, Mary Olson. Wayne Lerkens, Jack Harris Ste\e. DC Grootc and Kay Selvig. Athletic awards, eighth grade. Jerry Berge. Ted Brodale Hum I>;<=en. Stephen Ue Groote. Sondr-j Elsbecker. David Halsrud, Dwaym- Haug. Martha Holt. Arlan .Ja«>b Bible Schools On This Week At Lone Rock Lone Hock — Daily Vacation Bible School began in Lone Rock .Monday. June 4 Classes are h"ld at the schoolhouse for Presbyterian youngsters and any others interested. Teachers for the Lone Rock group are Mrs. Dennis Priebe. Mrs. Bud Miller, Marilyn Bollinger and Rev. F. C. Preul. Mrs. Lenore Madison teaches handicraft. The Junior Class is taught by Mrs. Patsy Priebe with Susan Montgomery assisting and Mrs. Bertha Newbrough in charge of handwork. Mrs. JoElla Miller teaches the beginner class with Linda Ramus assisting. The Primary class is taught by Marilyn Bollinger and Peggy Pettit. The annual Bible school program will be held Sunday morning and the picnic will be Saturday at Call park in Algona. The Lutheran church at Seneca is having Bible school this week at the school in Lone Rock also. The Lotts Creek Lutheran is having Bible school for two weeks, starting June 4, from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Airman on Visit Airman 2nd class Bernard Pettit who has been home on leave at the parental Woodrow Pettit home left Friday afternoon for Luke Air Force Base at Phoenix, Ariz. ;$ft,tt>£; way, he stopped to visit his brother Pvt. James Pettit who is stationed at Camp Carson, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Carence Schendel of Ames were Wednesday afternoon and overnight guests of Neva Thompson. Mrs. A. A. Krueger wont to Cedar Rapids Monday to bring home her niece, Susan Montgomery who has been attending Coe College for the past year. Mrs. Pauline McGuire of Algona accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. John Forbes and family of Algona visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long accompanied Mr and Mrs. Jim Long to Humboldt Sunday to visit Mrs. Ira Newbrough who is convalescing from a recent operation. Dell Marlow visited this weekend at the home of his sister. Mrs. Harriet Ellers at Spirit Lake. Th 'ir brother and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marlow of Redfielcl, North Dakota were also visiting there. Sunday guests at the Herb Nelson home were Mr and Mrs Reynold Almquist. Christie and Connie. of Essex. Mr and Mrs. Ottc Jesson. Jerry and Lynette of Waterloo. Mrs. Blanche Henning. Ranny. Lucy, and Billy, and Shirley Henning of Clarksvillc, Dr. and Mrs L. L. Snycler, John and Sara of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lehman. Lance and Lachelle, of Blue Earth. The occasion was a gathering of families who have adopted a Korean child. The Nelsons have two. Kevin and Holly. besides four children of their own Also visiting them Sunday were their daughter and her family Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Stone, Ricky and Robin. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marlow, Brenda and Paula, visited Tuesday evening at the Mike Glasnapp home at Ringsted. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Miller and family of Rolfe. Guests at the home of Mrs. Georgia Marlow at Burt for a picnic dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Whalen of Dolliver, Mrs. Edna Stow, Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benjamin and family of Estherville, Mrs. Lola Kissner and Lanny, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Marlow and family, Lone Rock. Afternoon callers were Mrs. William Marlow and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow and Deann, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Salisbury and Brian of Man- kalo, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donneli attended commencement exercises at Garrigan and were present la ter at a reception honoring Carol Nurre at the Leo Nurre home at Whi tie more. Montlcello. Mrs. Lola Kissner and her mother Mrs. Georgia Marlow went to Spirit Lake Monday to visit Mrs. Ed Ellers. Mr. and Mrs. Delrrtw Fischer took the Intermediate Sunday school class on a picnic Sunday at Tultle Lake, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen. Mrs. Junior Hurlburt attended the reception for Eugene Hutchinson at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellwyn Householder and family of Algona were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the Louie Householders. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baxter of Ruthven were Thursday dinner guests of the Leslie Baxters. Mrs. Dennis Priebe and Kelly visited Mrs. Tracy Stone, Friday afternoon. SAVE Right now, you can get a famous -Sioux- Style "G" Grain Bin at a big cash savings. Better stop in today anil let us show you why most people prefer -Sioux- Bins. * This is the bin that is weather- and rodent-tight, • and precision-built for fast, efficien^ erection. It features a jumbo- eizcd, fully assembled double door . . . double row of bolts on all vertical seams ... smooth floor for easier cleaning and extra large bird-proof ventilator. DONT MISS THIS BUY! Air.. and, Mrs. Larry Paulson . family are leaving Thursday to spend a week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mabel Paulson at j* WUKfttWnS Of r <?; -SIOUX- ROBINSON ^CONSTRUCTION CO. ALGONA son. Su-,an \.< ton, Marpan" Kin ScnhcT, Naric\ Ualil. Athletic av. Ruth Banki-n H-',n K.rk A:!;, \\i-\.t-.\. .vjfl .li;n . olMin. Kcm-e Maul;, n /email and an!- .-.e 1 . en'.l, .Jo'K Han Ringsted Boy In Traction After Mishap Km;, slid Jon Scti.juberpi-r. ?>• \iiir iild .^011 tit the Henr, S> h,m- Iji-rger-. -A ill i>c in traction (or 4 i; week- al Hols Family hospital in Kullicrvillc a.i a nviult of an ac ( idem at Uie faun of In-. parent.-, recently Jun .stiffen d a split hone h<-t\\eeri the knee and the hip of hi-- i mhi leg The hoy had jumped onl'. the ft aineuork of hi.s father -, '.M-ed sprayer .standing by the in.u hme shed. The apr;i\er tippe<! O».<T backwards, pinning him to Hie ground in a douching po i,,.n The. sprayer tank ua-. 1101 mounted nor hitched to a traitor. Homemakers Met Plum Creek Hoinenuiker^ met May 23 at the home of Mi- Kiovd Hode. Assisting hoste>.-e, were Mrs. Harold Bude, Mis (,ndon Sigsbee and Mrs. Calvin U'ide Mrs. Wayne Keith gave m.>pnj- lion, Mrs. Holl!s Benschoter pi- scnted "Know Your Candidate^ ami -Mis Clarence Brandt talked Ne.xt meeting vull be June 27 at the home of Mrs. Win. Paula. l.KlMiKK SJIEK'J'S — L> per Ues Moiues Pub. Co., Al- guua. To tour our plant during "GET ACQUAINT- ED DAY', Friday, June 8th. The Chamber of Commerce will provide free bus trips to our plant starting at 9 A.M. and continue periodically until early afternoon. The buses will load at the downtown corners of State and Dodge streets. The tours will be con- ducted with a guide and we sincerely look for- ward to showing you ou( plant. We now are producing approximately 300 different types of precision machine tools under our trademark "SUPER-SPEED", and presently supplying such tools to a wide segment of Amer- •XMMRMi lean industry. You will be pleasantly surprised al the number of different and interesting items being manufactured by us. When you tour the plant, perhaps you will recognize a friend or neighbor who works in the plant. This is your opportunity lo see and know what he does. Welcome to Algona this Friday, "Get Acquainted Day." STOP IN - HAVE COFFEE WITH US "GET ACQUAINTED DAY In ALGONA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8 Well be glad to show you around our modern newspaper and commercial printing plant. YOU ARE WELCOME THIS FRIDAY, OR ANY OTHER DAY . . . COME IN ... LOOK AROUND. J u*'" WE HAVE A NICE BIG COFFEE POT ... AND WE'LL KEEP IT READY , . , or if you prefer, There is also pop . . . adults only, however unless children are with their parents! OUR OFFICE EQUIPMENT DEPT. FRANCHISED DEALER FOR Smith-Corona, Victor, R. C. Allen and Remington office machines. Invincible and Art Metal Steel Office Furniture and Chairs. Wilson Jones Record Keeping Essentials. Safes, Fire Files, Fireproof Chests, All Files and Filing Equipment, T©©1!= i SUPER iSPEED iTOOLS\ Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Publishers of "The Algona Upper Des Moines" lllg. Call St. - Across From New Free Parking Lot - ALGONA, IQWA

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