The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 4, 1962
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Fire Destroys Bales Sunday <5-Al0ena (la.) Upper Be* Mdlnej Tuesday, Sepfember 4, 1962 \ .(>„• s «»*«*-.-a-£fesJM Aljronn fin-turn woro railed to the Martin Frideres farm, about 10 rules southwest of Algona, Sunday when a huge stack of baled hay burst into flames. This shot of the fire shows flames throughout the nay and smoke rising high from the blaze. Smoke was seen for several miles in each direction. Fire Chief Ira Kohl stated spontaneous combustion caused the blaze. Heat was built up until the ignition point was reached and then the entire stack was enveloped in flames. Firemen had no chance to save any of the hay, but did remain on the job until it was certain none of the buildings would catch fire. It is not known how many bales were in the stack and there has been no estimate of loss. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) 21 Gridders With 10 Vets To Carry Burt Hi Football Hopes Twenty-one players, including 1( returning lettermen have reportec to Football Coach Lewis Finch o Burt. who suggests that this year' squad is the most experiencec and talented group to report i several seasons at Burt. The backfield will include four lettermen. Gerald Hilton, Jerr.v Kissner, Terry Cook and Jerry Gifford. Hilton has quarterbacked the squad for two years, and shows more speed than last year. His passing is sharp and he "is a real field general. Kissner was the team's leading ground gainer last year. A good break away runner, he has been clocked at 10.5 in the 100 yard dash. Cook the only senior in the backfield, came on strong toward the latter part of last season. He is a strong runner at 185 pounds. Gifford has been moved from the line: to the wingback. He blocks I Well, and Is a very strong runner. I Burt is expecting big things from the line this year. All but one are returning lettermen. Bill Hamilton, 187 pound junior guard, has everything it takes to become one of the outstanding linemen in the conference: size, speed and "know-how". Ray Spry, junior tackle, reported in 10 pounds heavier than last year at 170, and has demonstrated excellent blocking ability. Ray Lichter, Dick Presthus, and Bill Wermers, all senior Interval linemen, will see a lot of action this season. Lichter was a regular last year, while Presthus was sidelined with a bad knee. ford and Merwyn Cunningham Ortman. Gifford, Fries. Meiste and Gardner show a lot of poten tial and should allow us some depth at several positions. Armstrong and Swea City wil orobably be the teams to" beat this year, but Burt hopes to offer a serious challenge. Schedule: Sept. 14 — Ventura, here Sept. 21 — Armstrong, there Sept. 28 — Swea City, here Oct. 5 — Titonka, there Oct. 13 — (Saturday) Lincoln Central, here Oct. 19 — Thompson, here Oct. 26 — Rake, there 'Nov. 2 — Sentral, here — Conference Games Fine Geography Courses Affer Sexton Travels Sexton — The town should be bustling with activity as three area farm families have returned from vacation trips. We should be able to get some good geography lessons as they all went different directions. Mr and Mrs Mains visited relatives in Missouri, Ken•• ""u ^,, t c. tucky, Indiana, Illinois and Chari- Wermers is out for the first time, ton, Iowa with two side trios to nnrl ic rl/nnrt rin st..« n li i :_i_ ! * t.. .1^1 _ . " Academy, and recommend it „ a point of interest if you have a teenage daughter. They returned through Dodge City, Kansas, bu saw nothing that looked like Miss Kitty. Tom Arnclorfer got a chance to see if what he tells farmer? about the feed he sells at the elevator was true, as he did chores at the Gabrielson farm. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman are Jack in time for school opening after a trip to visit relatives in Oregon and Washington. Mr and Mrs Art Klein have been staying home this summer to keep an eye on the construction job next door and pitching in to get things ready for the workmen They were also hosts to the Art Cinks of Fairhope. Alabama, and Miss Williams, Ben Herbsf Are Married Here Marijane Gay Williams became the bride of Benjamin Herbst in i ceremony Saturday afternoon Sept. 1. in First Methodist church lere. The couple's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams nd Mrs. Olive S. Herbst and the ate Theo Herbst. all of Algona. Rev. Newton Coughenour offici- ted at the ceremony. Mrs. Coughnour was organist and soloist •as Charles Matheson. Judy Pickett was her cousin's naid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ruth Ann Winner and Jean Sires Ted S. Herbst was his brother's best man and Wayne Johnson, Jr. and Jack Williams were groomsmen. Charles Stevenson, Joel Harris. Bill Bourne and Roy Townsend were groomsmen. ..„.„„ „„„ uuj, „„„ Ilna lwo Ala-1 The bride wore a white floor- oama cars in the yard. A sister / > en Sth gown of peau-de-soie over a* and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Lur- / foundation of nylon net and pel wick of Lillian, Alabama, stopped Jon - Tne b °dice of peau-de-soie was . , they were all surprised to return 'home one day and find two Ala-1 (ha Kennedy were Tuesday CVP ning guosls at (he Douglas Guei del home for supper. Tuesday evening guests at the Ralph Walker home for the Is birthday of Douglas Dahl were M and Mrs Dick Dahl and Dougio Pearl Dahl, Mrs Carroll Vilanc and Torri of Klninrp, Ed Peterson Albert Swanson, Greg Deim am student Pastor, John Swenson. The Ralph Walkers and Don wt-nl to Fayette Thursday to help Mr and Mrs Elmer Alderdyci' move to Delta. Mr Aldenlyce will be attending Missouri Slate Teachers College at Kirksville, Mo. to earn his Masters Degree, and Mrs Alderdyee will be teaching 2nd grade at Kesswick. Recent evening guests at the Truman Johnson home were Mr and Mrs Forest Hanifan of Toledo and Mrs Ervin Johnson of Fenton. Mrs Cecil Thorson and Janet and Mrs Minnie Jensen. Algona. drove to Nashua where Janet will teach 4th grade this year. Mrs One Thompson entertained for the birthday of Gene's grandmother. Mrs E. E. Thompson Guests were Mrs E. E. Thompson. Mesdames Reuben Holcomb. P. A. Holcomb, Ruth Carlson, William Sanders, George Pear.-on, Walter Mino, Nora Olson, Glen Olson, George Harner, Jim Harncr, W. B. Cain, Louie Eckholm, George Butterfield, Dettmer Thompson and Misses Edna Pearson and Margaret Carlson. Mrs Elizabeth Holm and Keith were Sunday dinner guests at the Clyde Moore home at Burt. The Moores' daughter, Mrs John Smith of El Paso, Tex. was home for a visit. Mr and Mrs Art W. Larson and family are home after 8 days at Leech Lake. Minn. Mr and Mrs Jim Waldschmidt of Armstrong joined them for the weekend. Anne Larson went up during the week. Other local families vacationing' there were the Mancil Hurlburts. Sam Larsons and Milton Grie- manns. Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke and family met her sister, Mrs Ed Wilkinson of Des Moines at Fort Dodge and she took Peg and David home with her while the Brekkes and Mr and Mrs Francis Bellinghausen of Yetter went on a sightseeing trip in the West. Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson and Mr and Mrs Ed Godfredson REMEMBER: THE SAVINGEST MONTH IS SEPTEMBER AT YOUR RAMBLER DEALER'S Month after month the '62 Rambler is setting new sales records. We're celebrating by offering the highest trades on the most popular Ramblers ever built. Right now you can get the year's best buy on a new '62 Rambler-best seller in Rambler history—because it has extra-quality features not available in other cars costine hundreds of dollars more. So come in for a real bargain while we still have a big choice of models and colors. But hurry-they're going fast! CHOOSE FROM CONVERTIBLES, WAGONS, SEDANS attended funeral services for Mrs Cliff Holding and Mrs Pearl Daniels at Burt. Rambler American— Rambler Classic si* ^r«, E =s 4 oi4. steSSrS ZSKSOf — SSSSSS* *""" RAMBLER 250 HP Ambassador V-8-Hortest perform- r " m Ing. Luxuriously, spa- '5266* ciously comfortable. *f~' lll 270 HP V-8 optional. pl "™"" h American Motors—Dedicated to Excellence D A U ' S GARAGE, 125S. Dodge, Algona, Iowa and is doing an excellent job. Junior Brian Zwiefel and freshmen, Doug Black are leading candidates for the ends. Both show good speed and blocking ability. The squad includes several very promising young players: Juniors", David Bunkofske, Eugene Card-,..— m Clc uit-v went ner, Floyd Lavrenz; Sophomores, i Park, checked a" colk-a *• I i rjfjrm K Tni i-f j~... 131,. I ___i.-. 11 i i ,. . o Mammoth Caves at Louisville, Ky and the Ford Museum at Dearborn, Mich. Mr and Mrs Glenn Gabrielson and family started their trip at on their way to Canada without knowing the Cinks were also here from Alabama. An impromptu picnic turned into a family reunion for Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach. The Hermar Essers of Milroy. Minn., a brother of Mrs Mimbach and also cousins of Mr and Mrs Leo Mimbach of Renwick all got together for a picnic at West Bend. Then Mr and Mrs Joe Namers, Francis Esser and Anna Borches of Algona were added to the group and it was so crowded at the Grotto t h e v couldn't find a table. Then the whole group spent the day by invitation with more cousins, Mrs Alice Andregg and Mrs Vera And regg of West Bend. . •, •—— "i<-ii 11 nj at urgg 01 vvesi Bena Superior Neb visiting the family! It took another picnic groun tr F f ™ amC ±£ '£« «*«»«•'* \™ Kathy Passman! homfinT™ Eugene Melster. RichardT^bk i de . Co to u nt sSn^n tor ' ?r" ^^ ^^ ^ ^ Mrs Roger Giddmgs; Freshmen. Robt : ver and sav, P'H- * P<% u h t ; S p ™ s ™n went to Waterloo Ortman. Joes Fries, Donald Gil- then- tr-v u,ur'*J 'J* L £ hr ' le ! Z he ™ the> ' ™ et the Frank '.vn — • uurM tnt Air Forrc. Pniismans and also a daughter Three Stocks Pile Up Four mishaps of a major variety punctuated the finale durina modified stock car races at the fairgrounds here Labor Day The up above occurred after the cars had completed one lap Number 11, driven by Ken Wall, Newell, facing camera soun nut and was then involved in a good crack-up with cars "riven by Bob Armstrong, Buffalo Center, headed the wrong way and Jack r™ Ft. Dodge, number 33. The mishap occurred^ the ."uthwcst turn if the quarter-mile lay-out uumuu turn ot •* "CUKE" John Mohrhauser of Mapleton recently displayed a Siamese twin cucumber that he took from his garden. It was completely uniform, measured over 10 inches long and weighed one-half pounds. three and STAPLING MACHINES and staplw. Popular model*, upper Deg Moines Pub. Co peau-de-soie was ornamented with sequined Alen- con lace and the basque style rounded neckline was outlinet with lace. The long sleeves endec with bridal points at the wrists and the skirt was modified bel shape appliqued with lace motifs bouffant back accented with double French drape adorned with silk roses. Her cloud veil of imported silk bridal illusion was attached to a headpiece of pearls and crys-* tals in a petal design. She wore a star sapphire necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Algona Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chrischilles were hosts and hostesses and Mrs. Jerry Cowan registered the guests. Mrs. Stanley Muckey and Mrs. Russell Pickett served punch and Mrs. Ted S Herbst and Mrs. Charles Stevenson poured coffee. Cindy Hardy, Siri Norton and Pat Cowan cut the cake and Pam Waller and Mrs. Warren Morris were in charge of the gift table. Waitresses were Nancy and Patti Muckey and Barbara and Betsy Stevenson. Both the bride and the bridegroom are graduates of Alf>ona high school and attended State I College of Iowa at Cedar Fulls. 1 Ben will be a junior there this fall. After a wedding trip to Lake Okoboji, the couple will be at home in Cedar Falls, Sept. 10. ClassOfTW, Seneca, All i Hold Reunion Swra & KaKl,. - The Seneca Class of 1947 held a reunion at the r.rwin Nererns home at Fun-si City with all 4 of the gradual in" members present. Mrs Nercm" was Donna Claussen, and other present were Mr and Mrs Man m Wilberg and family, St. Paul M, and Mrs Lloyd Osborn and family of Paynesville, Minn.; Mr and M/ Donald Kennedy of Armstrong. Brother Dennis (Wayne Kennedy) spent two weeks visiting relatives here, and with his mother, Mrs Martha Kennedy at Armstrong" His sister, Sister Leah, Mary Elizabeth Kennedy of St. Joseph'.s sisters of St. Paul, Minn, were here for three days. Brother Dennis is at Crosier Brothers Monastery at Hastings, Neb. Brother Dennis and his mother, Mrs Mar- MOTHERS, ATENTIONH l'\ LOOK at the values listed below! Come in to DIAMONDS and see for yourself why it is wise > o economize by buying your fall clothing iceds at DIAMONDS. MEN'S DETACHABLE HOOD PARKAS 16 oz. Wool quilted lining. Heavy duty, water and spot resistant. Sizes 36 to 50. A regular $14.95 value now sale priced at ONLY $9.87 GIRL'S WASH 'N WEAR PARKAS This is ct terrific buy in Girl's Parkas. 3 colors in sizes 4 to 14. A tremendous buy at the regular price of $7.95. While they last $5.17 ••K MEN'S WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS SIZE 28-40 $3.99 BOY'S WASH 'N WEAR PARKAS 1 Zip Off Hood - Insulated Orion quilting. 6 colors to choose from in sizes 4 to 12. Truly a $9.95 coaf for only $7.14 3 PIECE LUGGAGE SET AS LOW AS $9.99 $16.99 $19.99 $22.99 $32.99 BOY'S SCHOOL JACKETS Washable Reversible Sizes 6 to 16 $2.99 SPECIAL ON MEN'S JACKETS Final Clearance Values to $11.88 Some are reversible $5.99 ALL $6.95 VALUE RAIN SUITS with Hood $4.99 WORK SHOES MEN'S $10.95 VALUE SHOES I $5.99 Dress Oxfords Cushion Insoles from our $8.95 to $10.95 shelves. One Big ONE JEWEL WATCHES 2 Year Warranty $6.67 RAGLAN SLEEVE - RESISTS SHRINKAGE ^^ -- --- -T^T-T-.-T. T*«»» •*» SWEAT SHIRTS $1.98 TO MEN'S All Colors of The Rainbow Plus 2 More lAMOND'S JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF N- W. IOWA NYIONS WINDBREAKERSI Washable* I Every one must be sold - Only at this lew price can we be sure. $3.99 i

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