The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1962 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 3, 1962
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4-Atgono (la.) Upper Des Molnei Tuesday, July 3, 1962 Darrell Merged Takes Wisconsin Dr. Darrell Lee Mergen, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen of Algona, ancl Dolores Ann Dlugopolski. daughter of Mr and Mrs John DlugopoKski of Marinette. Wis. were married June 12. in a solemn nuptial high Mass at Sacred Heart church in Alarinette. The bride is pictured above. Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen and Mrs Sam Baylor, parents and grandmother of the bridegroom, attended from Algona, 35 did his brother, Gary. Dr. Mergen and his bride will make their home in Milwaukee, where she has been teaching and where he is a graduate dental student at Marqublte University. Gary Mergen, brother of the bridegroom, Algona, acted as- best man at the wedding. A wedding dinner and an informal reception, followed the ceremony at the home of ,ha br:V.s parents The young couple lock iheir honeynti'in in L' Michigan. K,jt<> Marinette Eagl?- Star; L'DM engraving i. Two KM BB m g^ _ _ To Enter l.S.U. Students 'Aim v.i,. b< (.;>:i their sUi<!i'A>, in Uv ' ,,\h-^- i.f Hummer- il'M •'! l".\:i Slate I'niveivity ir September l( re petting nc^Kii'mer' with the e.unpus in f.Mi-ilay urient- ati'in M-> .-.elieduleil ber.iee,. June :, ;m'l July M I';. real- i,[ stii'lrriN alien. I Die >r--,i<ms. alvi. wi'h riji.ii,, ;,nil mi'iiK I'.iinMici! fur a nciininal charge in l'in\i-rMl\ i.ii ililu • Sluiien!:- and parents meet jj. fi'i-m.ilh with fart:lty inenihers, ,•>.• plure the n >u|enee halls an. I tour the campi;^ Tin- students (ah the ((';',- ub.<-)i \\iil detl ril.llle !!••• 1 '•>• -'-'< in in.-, in uliuh thi \ ui!! be jilaeed ne\i f;,H A per, .iiia] e'.nlerene- v.,[\t hi.. iic.MN'iiiK- ail'. i> M-liriliili-d f.,r c.uli -thilenl Tuu.-ilirr. il, e Mu dent and a.Ki-,nr vu/ik nut j pfi.- i;r;,ni uf MU !;, I'K !u N-l ainuny :!r,>.e allendiny oiienlatinn M'.-.MUM^ are Kogei 1 r'nTii.; >,.,„;), Marian, and I.nir> Kin lienivuthiT. ,"j(j,-j f.asl ta:l M . b.itli nl Ali'.uiKi. Rustlers Picnic •I'M' ,'. ; \|.,iiiia> U.M rdale K'.i, t'i ''s II in,.i al i 'ail I-ark |..r tm nioml.l) iiK-rliiin an I a pieme Mip- per l.n;- Fi j, Mm;.' i,-|jnri('d i: her trip I., -i II • mr>e.',i inn at Aim-.-, Mars Sue >:< i:m I (.;„•. e a i,,lk -.M {-leal in an I S,iiii!> < i line,i j^,\e talk on l.ond (injniiiin(i ,Jam< •• Thul gU\e a dell,na.-.,il all.ill t,n bu.s to make a viable basket. Salvation Army Drive Fen ton — In.i mj> the pasi n A weeks letters ha\e been in.nli.I out, in connectinn uni, die .I-HH, | Salvation Army appeal for fund.-,, and already some return-. bu\t come in. Don't put u,, lettei aside but mail youi o.i-nbution. now to the local Irea.s'.icr (,er aid Voigt of Fenton. Tne s,.h;... lion Army needs funds urgent i\ to carry o» the many activities There is not one single authenticated record of the earth's having opened up and swallowed anyone of anything during- an earthquake. By Mrs. Jim Marlow Sunday dinner guests at ;he Herb Nelson's Father's Day were hi;, parents, Mr and Mrs Henry \'"lsoii of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Lowell Jaspers and four children of Cnr- penter and Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and family. Lon: Hock. Visitors of Mrs Tracy Stone Thursday were Judy Sleeker and iharon Carroll, Titonka. Sunday evening supper guests ot he Frank Flaigs were Mr ancl Mrs Dean Jergenson. Barbara and Douglas, of Algona. Susan Jergenson. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Rodney and Cathy and Mrs Mary Flaig and Roger. Arthur Zumach left Monday morning, June If), for Cleveland, ill in where he will attend the \a- lonal convention of the Missouri , Synod Lutheran church ; A Thompson family picnic was ; eld Sunday at the home ;if Mr and Mrs Waller Thompson io celebrate j Iheir s n n How.iru s hinhday. Guests present were Mr and Mrs [ \\illard Thompson and family. Mr ancl Mrs Warren Thompson and family. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thomp'•on and Neva Thompson. Cathy Lynch's pony won seconc place at an open horse show al Forest City Sunday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer were Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer, Bryan and David of Algona. James Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, recently graduated from Hamilton College at Mason City where he was taking a course in accounting. Soon after his graduation he left for Fort Leonard Wood where he is taking his basic training in the army. Mr and Mrs Danny Schmidt and boys of Duluth, Minn, were guests last week of their parents, the Arthur Zumachs and the Fred Schmidts. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges and .ildren visited Saturday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Ross In man. Bancroft. ! Janice Zumaeh is home this i week trom Commercial College at Mankalo. i Mr and Mrs John Thompson o< > Madison. Wis visited Thursday and Frid-.iv at the Ralph T?iomj-» sons, the Walter Thompson:; siv \eva Thompson Guests at a picnio held at !.br Legion hall June 17 were \\r sn,i Mrs Calvin Householder aivi Mr> Gladys Barker of Phoenix. An; Kverett Householder. Mr a:vd Mr.- Ralph Riedel and Cur;;*. Mr A\\'. Mrs H.irir.n Plain-hard and .Kv.-, ; v tho:i. Glenn Householder. Mrs Woffdrow Pettit, Richard, $„, and Peggy, William Householder of Fenton, Mrs Louie Householder and Vicki Jo, Mrs Ellwyn Householder and Children^ Mr and Mrs John Burke and family, Mr Mrs Earl Ackerman artd Nanej of Burl visited Mrs Frank Flaig Saturday afternoon. Father's Day guests at the Deli Marlow home were Mr and Mrs Dick Dallman, Dixie, DeeAnh and Doug, New Hamptori, Mr anrl Mv Bob Marlow and girls and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow and children. Mr and Mrs Harold Goetsch mid Gary of Des Moines visited Mr> Margaret Lynch Friday and Saturday. They came to 'attend the funeral of an aunt. Agnes Goclseh Visitors Friday nl Iho Alfred Knieger homo were- their gmnil children. Bryan and David Meyer of Algona. and Mrs Eldin Marlow ami their nephew. Jay, Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends and their (irAmMjui.cSi- ters. Carol ami Cheryl and Miami Mrs .iim Iwjj , Mrs \Vi-is Vir ATI.-] r.ii-j, ^v|f>n Wmv.y ailrrd \\ AM Minr, of i'toi'1 .Inhnsor, of £•>»*•* ^j;x tin?, fwmif .<&•£*: of .^n-wn. Knssell her gr:=.':d parents, Mr and Mrs A. L. jack- man of Algona went to Madison, Wis, to spend a few days at the home of Dr. and Mrs J. J. Chosy. Linda Knoll accompanied them Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow ano her mother, Mrs Mary Schiltz of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Cliff Cannon of Detroit, Mich, were Thursday supper guests at the Art Schiltz hbrrle. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter visited at the Dale Phelps and Floyd Nichols homes at Emmetsburg Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schtiltz of Ot Inscn visited Mrs Maude Blanehard Wednesday and were supper guests at the Jesse Blanchard home. Mrs Henry Hartwell has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville since Wednsday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Krueger and Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer were quests Thursday evening at the Melvin Meyer home to help their grandson David Meyer celebrate, his first birthday. Mrs Lawrence Walsh and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell went to Iowa City Friday to visit their sister. Mrs Leo Nurre who is a patient at University hospital there. Mr and Mrs Cliff Cannon of Detroit, Mich, visited from Wednesday until Saturday at the homes of Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow, Lone Rock, and Mrs Mary Schiltz of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Alvin Eilenfeldt of Jefferson, Wis. visited last week at the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard and family called at the Dave Bernhard home at Bode Wednesday evening. Mrs Kenneth Fischer and family of Sioux Rapids spent Tuesday al the home of her sister, Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mrs Ed Walsh of Independence spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh. Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Linda of Burt and Mr and Mrs F. J. Sullivan and family of Seneca visited the Leo Schmidts Thursday evening to help Leo celebrate his birthday. Mr and Mrs Boyd Maxwell visited Mr and Mrs Anrdcw Thornsen from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Ronald Collii-s spent Sunday in Sioux City visiting their daughter, Sharon and Mr and Mrs Paul Engle. twice already this summer he has taken a Sunday off from the store. Mr and Mrs Wise spent Father's Day at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Frank Wise and children. Art Hix made it home from Mason City for Father's Day. The family had a picnic at the parental George Hix home. Mr and Mrs John Jennings also had another surprise visitor. Mrs Don Jennings of Shenandoah slopped after bringing her mother, Mrs Patton of Whittemore, back home after a few days visit with the grandchildren at Shenandoah. It isn't the children leaving home that make the years add up so fast. According to Mr and Mrs John Jennings its attending the weddings of the grandchildren as they did when their grandson, Bill Norland was married last week. SEXTON NEWS One other active spot left on the avenue is the Clarence Golwitzer residence. The house has been getting a new coat of white paint this week. Another couple are trying their fishing luck. Mr and Mrs Tom Sllefson are spending two weeks at Squaw Lake, Minn. Mack Wise must be finally turning over a new laef, this makes Luther Honor Roll Gretchen Looft of Bancroft and Joe Pettit of Whittemore, were among 65 placing on the Luther College honor roll at Dccorah, the spring semester. presented a marimba Suet &S jiart of Suilday's pro-grim* in Des; At Women's Meeting Among the 200 or more attending the women's summer conclave of the Iowa Farm Bureau are Mrs Walter Campney, Burt, county chairman, and M r s Burdetto Hoeppner, Lakota, vice chairman. Russell and Alan Bode, sons of Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode of Algona, HOliBY Collecting and listing untlsual surnames is one of the engrossing hobbies of Floyd B. Thompson of Bedford. He has, currently, att alphabetized list of more than 6,000 names written in a loose leaf notebook as part of a hobby he started 17 years ago. Andrew Bell a Denison attorney has practiced law for 50 years. Hd has always practiced in Denlsorl except during his four years as State Senator when he was therd only part time. He has also served 20 years as Crawford County Attorney. ARM Fifteen year old Arthur L. Munson, Jr. of Crane Creek recently suffered a broken left arm while playing ball at the home of his parents. He suffered the ?arne ailment a month ago when he brdke his right arm in an automobile accident. EYE Eleven year old Craig Liming of Janesville has undergone three eye operations within a 4-day span recently to correct an injury caused when he was hit in the eye with a toy rocket. GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW Around The Town & Country YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR YOUR AREA NEIGHBOR Meet Harvey Jergenson, Algona This week's Country Neighbor, Harvey Jergenson. is according to his wife, Maude, a man who never ages. And to know the Jcrgensons, who live on a farm three miles west of Algona. is to believe that neither ever ages. Mr. and Mrs. Jergenson (she's the former Maude Kuhn). farm 228U acres, including 85 acres of corn. 45 acres of oats, •15 acres of beans and 55 acres of hay land and pasture. He also raises 15-20 white face calves for market each year. Mrs. Jergenson raises chickens, is a fine gardener and also does a good job on the lawn with a power mower. They have lived on their present farm for 2S years. Follow im* their marriage Feb. 7, ion, they lived on the Keith and Seely [arms in Plum Creek township, on a farm near the Creseo church and near Hodman for two vears before permanently settling west of town. 1:1 PRISONS EATING&PLUMBIN' *fAH)it**f •**»• WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Harvey, son of the late Christopher and was born in Plum Creek township. He met of the late Ed and Jennie Kuhn, while both the Harry Bates farm in Plum Creek and married. Harvey's most persistant hobby he also considers visits to the county fair Mrs. Jergenson is a long-time member of Womans Club. Anna Jergenson, Maude, daughter were working at they were later is his work, but in that category, the Plum Creek The Jergensons have two sons, Wendell and Dean, Algona. five grandchildren and a great-granddaughter Mr Jergenson has a brother, Alfred, Algona, and Mrs. Jergenson has four brothers that include Bill Kuhn, Algona, and John Kuhn, Ft. Dodge, in this area. There are no more tried and true Country Neighbors in the iMitiro area than the Jergcnsons. (UD.M Polaroid Photo— bngraving) P. R. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING P. R. Irons has been in Algona since 1914. In 1939, he was selling stokers for Butler Manufae- turmg business, and in 1940, P. R. Irons Heating & Plumbing was established •™"»"« Pictured above is the P. R. Irons Heating and Plumbing establishment located at 812 East McGregor. The busmess has been in Algona since 1940. At that time the building was located S0hen Irons features American Radiator Standard Sanitary, Kohler Fixtures, Perfection and Gener. K ie £ urnaces \ and General Eleetrie A * Conditioning. In addition to the heating & plumbing work the busmess does a complete line of sheet metal work, which is all done in their location For reliable, efficient and friendly service in your plumbing & heating needs, call P. R. Irons Heating and Plumbing. They are "Completely equipped to serve you completely". Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery \ Roth Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On C.NVV Tracks. Phone CY 1-3561 Algona Beecher Lane Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELEVISION Westinghouse In APPLIANCES \\cstinghouse Krlgldaire Youngstown Phone CY 4-3613 Algona Clark Grain Co. Galbraith Station LuVerne, Iowa, P.O. Grinding 81 Mixing Master Mix Feedi WE BUY SELL GRAIN Buscher Brothers Imp). Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Sale. • Service I FHe'ndly fc Courteoui Alway« N. Main St. Phon» CY 4-34SJ Algona Implement Co. 1-iJcndly International Harvester Dearler I \KM KlRlPMrAT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service i i II Phone CY 4-35U1 Algona Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Heating Sheet Metal Ga< or Oil Unit» Pump • Water Syitem* Complete Fixtures Phono CY 4-3640 "*" Algono Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires "AHls-Chalmers ~ Oliver CMC Trucks FireUone Tires Phone CY 4-2421 Robinson Construction €o, Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction 1 Rf* »l»f. JtMnolh, Jong 111. end 038. 3i bulli- . . . '«9' imi*l en — SIOUX - n «**!er YiYmlng." E. Roblnion •; E»«t pn H*y. U *t- .-4. Phon« cy H3?4

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