The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 4
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507 Enrolled As School At Titonka Opens Titonka — Titonka school opened Aug. 27. The faculty is com plete for the coming school year. New teachers are the principal j Fred Kincade. commercial will be I taught by Mr Mark Benda. 6th I grade. Mrs Mabel Dunmire; 2nd grade, Mrs Anne Larson; and kindergarten. Mrs Jerine Sleper. Expected enrollment of 507. witj^ .371 in the grades and 133 in high school, will be coming in this fall 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Mdines Tuesday, August 28, 1962 Kossuth Beef C Shower Honors j Carolyn Intermill was honored at a bridal shower Monday evening at fhi school lunch room. Mrs Her ry Van Hove, aunt of Minn., Margaret Ringsdorf Stor- ceremonies, and a very appropriate program was presented to the , hundred guests attending. Carolyn opened her gifts assisted by her sister, Janice. Mrs Mary Oesterreicher and Mrs Bill Recker, Buffalo Center, poured. Hostesses consisted of a group of relatives and friends. Miss Intermill will marry Jody Cutler of AJgona Sept. 2. Oregon, California and Colorado. Mr and Mrs Duane Kirston and I family of Kansas City were recent ! guests at the Gordon Gregory homo. ' Oscar Behnkendnrf and Henry l.uor.vald visited Fred Behnken- iorf m the Ivl Gicason home in ,V itorio i Saiiir lay and Sunday be- f-.r? hi., .lealli M;;nday morning. Mr and Mrs Donovan Prior and children of Storm Lake are visiting at tiie Win. Prior home. LONE ROCK NEWS Mr n;i.i Mrs Roger Radig and ,M':l (.',;: Io\\a State M M-IOS S,i;ur-lay night T'K y u . re accom- is -.. i r. Al.ii'lys. M'hult/ of Ottosen spent •he uii.-ki'm! wiih hi- i.-randmotner, Air* ALiu-ie Blam-hard. Gary is i no -:..n of Mr a.i I Mrs Alfred Pictured above are the champions of the Knssiuh County Iniby beef show at the Kossuth County Fair just completed. L—R — Darrell Berkland. Fenton. I07f> Ib Angus Herri'., Thoreson, Swea City, 7:50 Ib. Shorthorn; Kit hard Du::an. Ait: >r ing Tom Henry's carcass steer and Tom Henrv of Aigona. grand champion Angus. Tll'T ;1; 0 \V..) ib. 4-H Dairy Honor .Miss Haack Miss Beverly Haack was the guest of honor at a bridal shower Friday evening at Immanuel Lutheran church. A program was presented by . friends of the bride-to-be, and Carol Haack and Mavis Limberg assisted in opening the gifts. , Hostesses were Beverly's cousins. Plans are for nuptial vows to be .<--aid Aug. 30 when Miss Haack will marry Kenneth Limberg of Woden at Immanuel Lutheran church. About 100 guests attended. Mrs Mary Schroeder, Mark. Mrs Tanna Anderson and W. J. Ander son, Minneapolis, attended funeral services for Hilles Johnson at Humboldt Monday at 2 p.m. Mr Johnson had visited extensively at the Schroeder home and was well known around Titonka. He was a brother of Mrs Anderson and uncle to the others. Mr and Mrs Lee Pearson are parents of a son, born Aug. 18. Mr Pearson is stationed at Fort Hood. Texas, serving in the armed forces. Mrs Pearson is a former re- s/dent of Titonka, the daughter of the Clarence Bruns, who now reside in Algona, and Mr Pearson's parents are the Elof Pearsons of Wesley. Great-grandparents are the Lake Poltons of Titonka. Pastor and Mrs A. N. Gerstmann of Good Hope Lutheran church. Verla Brandt, official delegate. Airs George Alke. Mrs Henry Pia.sier. Mrs Bonno Schutter. Mrs Bud Alke. and Mrs John D. Johnson attended the Iowa Distric' Convention of the American Lutheran church Women at Waverly Aug. 21 and 22. L. C Heifner was honored on his birthday by his children and farn Hies, and several friends an;', neighbors gathering at his home Saturday evening. Lunch w a > brought, special cakes, all was enjoyed after a social evening. Air Heifner celebrated his 77th birth day. Mr and Airs Leonard Oalhe 1 had their daughter and family Mrs Rayman of Austin, Almn as guests Friday The Gien Millers and Russell Kromingas attended the wedding of Dennis Krommga at Greele) Colo last week. Titonka and Doan churches wi!' have a change of time for wor ship Sept 2. after following, ;r earner schedule through '.hi- -U.T. mi-r months Doan A ill h.-r. church st-rvice at 'i :ifl folio'.,f-<i h 10 .10 .-lunrta;, School while T followed by worship service a 10 .10. The Randal] Arends have return erl home after \ai_atiomng in Yellowstone National Park Pictured left to right are the dairy champions of the Kossulh County Fair. They are Kenneth Bierstedt. Whittemore. Holstein junior champion; Philip Ruger, Fenton. reserve champion Holstein: Ronald Banwurt. Ottosen, Milking Shorthorn: Dennis \urre. Bancroft, Jersey; Gloria Metzger, Whittemore, Guernsey. Former LuVerne Lady's Husband Dies At Hardy I.uVernp — Andrew Thompson. i3. of near Hardy died --irlden 1 -. a' his farm home Saturdav of a he;.n Harrv Wie.ir..-. in H.ir-ly lait week. Alr^ D'.r.n.i ; nd< ;h«-r'. ; an.! Dear. r,t Ft. D.'-lj- -,>• -.' .! few day:, w-;h h, r ~ .rhi'r. Vrs Lena Hinz Air arid Mr- A!i.'.-, in Kubly and 1 .1 mn attendi cl '.he Sidney rodeo Sunday Mr "u.-iJ Mr., I'.ib:.-. Hag^t and daughters left Wednesday for River Forest, fll. Air an.I Airs V ;rvon David.-^ri of A,lei ' parent i>;iid a fi-.-.i -. Mr and Mr dajs wi'h his Ralph David- or.p He ls survived bv h;s v* :fr> son3 and three Daughter-. - 5te P-9™. a brother and thrff v,.s- ters Mrs Thompson is the former Lil- he Ha ml™ of LuVerno Funeral . ;*rvices were held Wednesday in Humboldt with burial in For 1 Dr)d § e : '.< r •'lay in '' from U a k o t A!'in;,i"a. Washi.ig. 1 ' n. Thursd.-v. Air- V A. Krueger, Airs E. A Li e. Susan and Michel, and Airs tJLi.ie Gladstone and son R: her; w.:;it to Belgrade, Mir.n. to 'i.-it Mr., .Margaret Chris- ienjon. Mr and Airs G-.-rdon B'anchard and family spent Wednesday afternoon at tne parental. Airs Maude I BiancharJ home. Sunday dinner guests of the E! A. Lee family were Air and Mrs : A. A. Krueger. Mr and Airs Melvin .Meyer. David and Bryan and Mrs Elaine Gladstone and Robert. Mr and Airs Lorenz Geitzenauer. ! Larry, Alark. Brian. Jimmy and Bnhfiy Weber went lo a baseball game at .Minneapolis la.st M.jnday. Mr an.I Mrs Henry Schroeder -visited their granddaughter, Becky- Jane Schroeder. at the hospital in Ciier.'kee Sunday. Becky, who is me (laughter of Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder. u.ider.vent an ap- pi-ndectomy and is doing well. Airs Henry Schroeder attended the wedding of Sharon Miller at Hurt Sunday evening. Sunday guests of the Will Giffords were Mr and Mrs Ray Black. .vir and Mrs Martin Smith, Lori and Larry of Algona, Mr and Mrs Laurence Presthus and Nancy i who spent the .summer in Utah caring for the Louis Finch chil- • drcni. Airs Bud Marlow and Rodney of Burl. Air and Airs James Gilford and family of Bancroft. ; Sherry Harness fro.n Mason | City spent a week at the home of I the Don Knedlers. ' Mrs Elaine Gladstone and sor ' Robert of St. Louis arrived last Tuesday for about a week's visit with relatives and friends in the Lone Rock area. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroecler and Mr and Mrs Daie Schroeder attended the wedding of Wilfred schmeling and Eldora Maas at Whittemore Saturday evening. Air and Mrs Frank Wetzel were •v.rurddy supper gue.sts of Mr and Airs Joe Voilmer. Air and Mrs Harlan Blancharr! ir-i Jonjthon visited Patty at Woodward Sundav. IS THE TIME!! Tla-s The kindergarten c! t -. enrollment of :};; thi, >e..r arc- Eddie Arndorfer. Sharon Barton Michael Casey. Wayne Curr.. Jo Ann Ei.schen. Donald Fett. Froehhch. Diane Gjersted P.-arrHa Grein, Vicki Gronbach Dtr.ni-. Guv. .lames Hanson. R-M K-, H«f:v David Hefty. Michael H-.VIH. Tv-r rv Hinz. Leah Jenk:ns<.-n Joseph Kaiser, John Krause ( ra:i' V. Clellan. Marjone MI»T. Fr.ink '.!:! 1<T. Jr . Sandra NCL-on Da N'lelson. Kirk Nfil.vm M.. h. Hicke Jay Schipull <"•.-M- ;: -. s nctzer Kerry Srnpu.ia • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Guests in the parental E M 01 son home recently were Mr an<' Mrs .Merle Blau and children of Andrews Tex who 5 ta\e<i a week and Air and AIr-> Kay Janu-.s Olson and children of Omana Nen Air and Mrs Pete Olson and ,-,on.-, of Harlan visited one da>. as rtu the Oscar Wagners of Mason City Merlin Studers are parenus of their first child, a boy born Aug. 13 at the Britt hospital He has been named Robert Eugene Mr.- Studer is the former Mary Jo Bu.->- cher. Mr and Mrs Herman Studer are paternal grandparents. Keith Vus-, Ki •\ .11 and Su.ian Intant I J as-><'s Graveside rite:, were- Monday for the prernjiu 'laughter of the Pjul Klhf-r', ' 'ir.uin at the h*". O'Toole offk.iate.i ami BUkc Funersi Home was ;n Afr TURNIP Mrs .Marion Wilson who farrm near i-'ansler recently found a four pound turnip in her garden The rc-st of the turiupa in her gar den were <|uilt' normal, but a freak in nature produced this giant v.luih mi-a^ured lo mchco diound. Lon.nT'. a I J ( i , L r , Mien ami n.-r -,-.-,•/ Sdtl'f ..!' K-,i K! .r ! I.I tr:en<U .1-1 ,-.I-CK Air-. Lliion (,..,. ., in Ft Ui,,!j_,.- M, | L - . ; ,. Air and Air, L.a.r. '-..' Clear Laxe ha . i- anr.iii.. r .i hirth ot a dauur.ter \r.^< born Aug 17 *-,[,- w , ,m,,'., and 'j <:i. Mr, v,,,- A , 4 " . r er Diuiie (ji.,(. 'IK.i . ; !,-., < mid Henry Lo<-r.-. a . i jfjil r.i. l.'harle.i LOITAJH! - ( ,-,|j| , plan to -, .-,.[ reiu 1 .\ t , • i viile It s t,-. ; , >.,.,, ; Little H,i.f.,, T;..,;r.,,. ,,,;. aid Thoina. r,.jii .,[, Up pl , ,,, : Sund.i,. j.. M \... • Mr and Air, 1, i >.,. tended the !... .1 .-.< ..".. ^..jrf-a.l'-r . A ith '- '•• '• .anil en It i,,Kes : ' '•* '•:•• ' ij.',U le.r., t(,an riipl«;te-i the joij •.t be piea.-.td or EDERICK PHONE Crpr--ii 4-4122 Sunday dinner guests of the Dor) Blanchard family were Mrs Maude Blanchard, Gary Schultz of Otto sen, and Linda Masterson of Laurens. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven of Laurens. Craig Blanchard arrived home Wednesday after spending the summer working for the Iow;i Highway Department. Mr and Mrs Joe Collins of New Richland, Minn, were weekend guests at the Joe Voilmer home Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara am' family were Saturday visitors al the Bob Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Don Knedler and f-miily visited at the home of her brother, the Darolcl Berhovvs ai Dolliver Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft Jiuly and Joy returned home Tuesday evening from an 11-day vacation to Evansvillo, Ind. where they visited friends and relatives. Other highlights of the trip were a tour of the Amana Colonies in low;) and a visit to Abraham Lincoln's home at Springfield. 111. and the Lincoln Memorial Building and Gardens. Mr and Mrs Roy Hinz and family returned Monday from Lakf Okoboji where they spent a week'? vacation. They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Henry Dontje and family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow anr' girls spent from Tuesday to Thurs day at Spirit Lake. They visited his aunt Mrs Harriet Allers while there. Mrs Bud Miller attended a shower at Ringsted Wednesday evening for Sylvia Culbertson. Mr and Mrs Bud Miller and boys spent Tuesday evening at the Winston Kerber home at Fenton Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Rod ney and Cathy returned home Sat urday from a two-week trip to tlv- west coast. They spent three days at the World's Fair at Seattle While in Washington, they wenl by ferry boat across Puget Sound to Bremerton and went on a tour through the naval shipyards an:' the USS Missouri. On the returr trip, the Jensens visited Vanc'Hi ver, British Columbia, and ca I back through Canada, stopping a' Lake Louise and Banff Nations' Park. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod. Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Har vey Rath of Algona attended a ball game between the Yankees am' the Twins at Minneapolis TlieA also visited the Arnc >1 Kuecket home while there. Wednesday dinner g 'sN of Mr- Mary Genrich were _ro Lucille Hanson, Kurt and K^therine, Mrs Alfred Schultz and children of 01- tosen and Mrs Maude Blanchard. Guests of Mrs Mary Genrich for ten days were her daughter, Mrs Lucille Hanson and two children Kurt and Katherine, Geneseo, New- York. Word has been received by Mr Dell Marlow of the arrival of a new granddaughter at the home of Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman at Wilton Junction. The little miss was born July 0 and adopted Aug 21. Siie weighed 7 Ibs., 6 oz. af birth. She has been named Jodi Lynn and has a 3-year old broth c-r, Tim, lo welcome her arrival. Mrs Bausman is the former Joyc- Marlow. Mrs Elaine Gladstone and Rn bert left Tuesday for their horn- in St. Louis. They had been visil ing for a week in Lone Rock a 1 fhe A. A. Krueger and E. A. Lc- homes. Mr and Mrs Louie Householder and Vicki visited the H. R. Petti' home at Whittemore Thursday evening. Florence Yager returned to Lone Rock Thursday after spending th" summer at hor li'-.me in Camar. Mr and Mrs T.^ie Wegener and family spent irom Saturday through Monday visiting the Tom Guolee family at Rhinelander. Wis. Visitors the past week at thf home of Mrs Emma Hurlburt were Mrs Milton Madison, Mr and Mr- Ed Ohm, Mrs Milfred Mitchell Mrs Woodrow Peltit, Mr and Mr; Fred Rath, Mrs Roy Zunkel, Mr- Joe Lynch, Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Clair Bellinger am 1 Marilyn, Mrs Margaret Lynch. Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr ant! Mrs Vincent Behrends of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs Lizzie Behrends of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Herb Busch and Mr and Mrs Edwin Busch of Waterloo, and Mrs Duane Haheger. Friday evening guests of Dell Marlow in honor of his birthday were Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow, Brenda and Paula, and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow, Scott, Cathy and Kevin. Debbie Schultz of Ottosen spent la.st week visiting her grandmother. Mrs Maude Blanchard and Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard and family. Debbie is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz. Trail Ride The Algona Bit and Spur Club had a trail ride Sunday at the Harley Hanson farm. The Thompson saddle club were guests. Lunch was served after the ride. lum Creek 4-H -A meeting of the Plum Creek Boys 4-H clu!) Wfis held Aug. fi at Center school. Members worked on their record books. Lunch was served by hosts, Meschers and Gardners. LEMON Mrs Berr.iecs Coleman of Sumner recently returned from Florida. She brought with her a lemon that was eighteen inches in circumference and seven inches tall. It contained enough juice to make two gallons of lemonade or enough juice for six pies. This is the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. on Oak street. Their GAS heating was instated by Funk Plbg. and Htg. and the contractor is Ray Johnson. IS NATURAL GAS HEAT THAN ALL OTHER KINDS COM- BINED (BOTH OLD AND NEW HOMES)? Five reasons so many people — over 29 million home- owners — prefer Natural GAS heat. FOUND IN MORE ALGONA HOMES 1. ECONOMICAL - GAS is nature's fast, efficient fuel, heats without waste. 2. CLEAN — because GAS burns completely, everything stays bright. 3. COMFORTABLE - Natural GAS responds instantly, heats evenly. 4. CONVENIENT — i\j space waste for fuel storage, no deliveries, Natural GAS is always there. 5. AUTOMATIC - thermostat controls everything, nothing to set, check or forget. AN ADDED ADVANTAGE FOR NORTH CENTRAL PUBLI : SERV. CO. GAS CUSTOMERS: BUDGET BILLING - spreads monlhly charges for all GAS services over a 12-month period. You pay an even, easy amount each month. Ask about it - and if you don't have Natural GAS heat, get a FREE HIATING SURVE/ - see how little converting costs. Call a heating dealer or North Central Public Serv. Co., Algona. This is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton at 223 East Call street. Their GAS heating equipment was installed by L. S. Muckey (Now Laing Plbg. & Htg ) NORTH 109 So. Hcirlan Your GASCcmpuny CY 4-2434

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