The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 14
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*-*AI§oftq (la.) Upper P M Motnet Tuesday, September 4, 1962 f ° F AU °, UST has boglm to rival June for weddings ' A k , new as babics nre taki "g thc 'rip down ih » , Alg0na wddings. one particular Angus that interested me occurred at San Diego, Calif The bride OT ' 0mer and extreme| y Popular Algona boy, Perry Hagg - 22 ' " * n «i ?i MOTHER. MRS. EfoMA HAGG, hi.s aunts, Mrs. Kenneth M y 'w- S° na ^u" d MrSl Evcl - vn l 6or ensen, Mason City, and his cousin Mis Wilbur Christonson. VVesldy, attended the wedding Aug. 15 in he beautiful Glen Abbey's Chape] of the Roses at Chula Vista Arnonc the 150 guests were former area residents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson There were also 25 to :)0 guests, "Astronautics" friends of the couple attending in wheelchairs. * * * THE WEDDING RECEIVED MUCH publicity in the California pupers. Columnists Frank Rhoadcs and Neil Moran featured the item along with bits about such people as William Powell, Charles Farrell I Vincent Price, J. Edgar Hoover and John Glenn Jr ' returned home, married and became the father of five children i ftoelr wero h<wf« af « •'•"" *-'ene and Perry. Arthur Hagg died! Aug at thei* hoine Sunday Glints - ---- - --r' - - was left to rear her family. This too, i were Mr and Mr T Don Tietz Ue seems to me, require- a considerable amount of courage. ' p\£ *£fa fg,S &$& j£ THINGS LOOK VERY BRIGHT NOW for Mr. and Mr S . Perfy Mr^Kr" ItrftauXn aid Hagg. They've bought a nice home in San Diego and friends have' built Craig Burt Laumson and ramps for easy access for wheel cairs. Marilyn is employed as a' DW, A „!'»,«', t , , , .^secretary and she plans to continue at her Job' for ibtif Wk^^^S^SS To Pearl Daniels and Georgia Ho I HAD AN ENJOYABLE VISIT with another California!.'aid ek-lffi Pfco WveriJ Cah'f^Mr and Algonan. recently - Philomena Quinn Chubb. "Figgy" and herhus- M?f'Bruce Holdine Sni.'th Wh?f band the late Pete Chubb, had a pair of twin boys and when they Wefe ier CaUf Mr and Mrs fiCr tiny babies they were in several movies. It seems like a short time Kienif/ RirhmnnH MrT ago to me, but the movies the twins were in are now old enough to start dim* WochiWrn > t */t being shown on the late TV movie programs! The boys are now 1? Mrc' vvasninglon state - Mr and although they were once so identical that they took the part of one baby in the movies, they don't look much alike any more, according to their mother. One of them is over six feet, the other about'5 ft (i; one is blond, the other dark! i «nhr ,"V 9 ?, Zl , WAS A POp ULAR Algona high school student and budding football player when he was stricken with polio He was 1.) years old at the time, and although he made remarkable recovery it became apparent that he would never walk again. He didn't let that stop him and he became the high school football team's manager mascot and unofficial gloom chaser. He seldom missed a game- all during the rest of his school career. Aith h » GRADUA ™' V - PERRY took a course in watch repair. Although he never worked at the trade as such, the training now serves him wi-ll m his job at Convair Aircraft factory where he works with small precision tools. It's a good job and Perry also has a full social » * * HIS BRIDE. MARILYN. WAS IN AN auto accident four U'hnn cho 10 tr • — •**«•!* «un/ av.uiut.JU iuui jcai o tigu wnen sne was 18. Her spine was severed, eliminating all possibility of Perrv ng mpPh«; h!"? 5 ^ M ^ n was ver y depressed at the time love cheerfulness was infectious and they fell in * * * ,,.„ PE , RRY A * D MARILYN ARE members of Wheelacadr. Inc who , from a 1 reports really have a ball even though chairs are their' only form of locomotion. They play basketball on wheels, bowl and even dance! Helen Seely said that when they were in California they d a benefit square dance put on by the organization. ~ ' . put on a demonstration during whicn mey wheels of their chairs. Afterward they invited the I ™ «,„„,,.„ dancing in -'--' ~ ' AT THE SAME GATHERING was Figgy's sister, Madonna, Mrs Ronald White of Honolulu, Hawaii. The Whites like cats, so,she said and they have either 24 or 27 of them, I forget just which. It doesrttt really matter anyway, for with that many felines around there are sure to be six or seven more when Donnie gets back to Hawaii. I met for the first time Alice Kain, who teaches English in a high' school icar Chicago. I was flattered when she told ; me she sometimes uses his column in her classes as a good example of satire. I didn't begin o get in all the good gabbing I meant to with Jan Zerfass Verveer of Downers Grove. 111., but with our capacity for yakking this would nevec he possible. Betty Barry Berrie of Mason City was there. She's recoV* ring from her first experience at being mother of the bride. •:< -v * THESE GALS. ALONG UITH Catherine Schultz Harris, Loretta Howie Lichter. Helen Becker Anderson and Ellen Steussy Raney were" all just a little ahead of me in high school and they were my glamoti girl ideals of school days Some of them were showing pictures of thei grandchildren the other day, but in every single case they are stl extremely good-looking. IN THIS WEEK'S MAIL was a letter and newspaper from Walte" Baxter of Crossett, Ark . who received a copy of this column from • reader in Minnesota and in turn quoted it in his column. I had 10 calls about pickle recipes last week, but when the inquiries start coming in from North Dakota it makes me think I'd better either start being mon r'Qfoflll i\1* ny-lnr-i* tkrt ^l nr «»« t.T J f* ._.. i — . ... _" •***/*« -------- .„ ....... _., ,..,_ t,,,,,^ . w v^ii^i ciiiici oiai L ucinB mori careful or adopt the slogan, "Live Dangerously — Cook with Recipes from Grace!" However, it was nice to hear from Mrs. Florence Reft' frow of Calvin. N. D. and know that she enjoys this column. * * * I KNOW THIS WEEK'S RECIPE for Peach Dessert is good be cause my mother, Mrs. Harold Hobson, sent over a sample for our f supper before she gave me the recipe. 2 cups flour l -2 tsp. salt '4 tsp. baking powder 2 tbsp. sugar cup butter BietZj Buy- Mrs Warren „-, , Mr and Mrs Bill Hartman, Austin, Minn., Mrs Russell Castor, Sutherland, Mrs Merwin Holding and daughter, Royal, Mr and Mrs Gerald ,Gochenour, Spencer, Mr and Mrs La-, dell Olson and Mr and Mrs Larry Olson, Carroll. , , Mrs Russell Castor and Lynn were Monday dinner guests at the Al Hinckley home. Mrs Darrell Batt, and children are making their home in the former Sara Ollozn home, while their husband and father, S/Sgt. Darrell Batt, serves with the armed forces in Germany. Walter Steward, who had been a patient at the University hospital, Iowa City, arrived home the past weekend. Mrs Steward also arrived home Saturday after visiting at the Roger Stewart home during her husband's hospitalization. The Roger Stewards spent the weekend at the parental home. Mrs Jack Gifford and children. Fort Dodge, spent several days to the same county by the snmo owner for 34 consecutive yonrs, The car is a 1930 Hupmoblle which he purchased new In man. POTATO Les Corieri of Madrid found n potato growing in his garden which was an oddity. Growing out from each eye of the larger potnto was a stem with a small potnto on the end of it. Legal Notices the the past week with Robert Moores. her parents, » — Grace. ^ysfather^nhu^was right beside_Carl when he "va^shot down ™ Mgil '"""—• ""TBrnnnmTTrifiiii^ Thanks folks) We v/ish to thank our many customers and friends for their valued patronage. It has been a pleasure being of service to you and we hope you will continue to patronize HOPKINS & HELMERS • John Hopkins • Harlan Helmers The New Owners of SKELUEY SERVICE STATION KEN & EVELYN FRANKL Sharon Miller Of Burt Weds | Em'tsburg Man • / Burt — A cand/eljghf marriage 11 ceremony was performed Aug. 10 m St. John's Lutheran church uniting Sharon Kae Miller and Aaron J. Klieber, Jr. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Wm. Scheer before a host of relatives and friends at 7 p.m. Mrs Elizabeth Hadig provided appropriate organ music and accompanied David Miller who rang Mrs Bernard Miller, sister of the bride, was matron of honor Bridesmaids were Viola Mueller and Roseann Klieber. sister of the groom Leslea Miller was flower cirl and Gregory Miller was ringbear- The groom was attended bv Ron- cdd Miller, brother of bride.'Bern- I ard Miller and Dennis MUler L'sh ers were Lynn Balgeman and Leo Oilman. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the church parlors, with 175 guests attending. Mrs Lyle Marlow was dining i room hostess. In charge of the bride's table were Mrs Carl Rey- noJds and Mrs Melvin Johnson j/i charge of the punch were Gforft Rudmck and Mrs Raymond JLovv stad. Mrs Leo Oilman, poured: Kitchen help were members of the friendly Birthday Circle. The wedding cake was cut and served by Wilhelmina Harms and Marge Holdren. The couple are now at home at Spencer following a short honeymoon in Minnesota. The bride, a daughter of Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller, Burt, is a 1961 graduate of Burt high school and was employed until time of mar- 2 Steers From Algona Tops At Minnesota Fair An 1105 Ib. Angus steer owned by Eugene Henry of Algona was mampion carcass steer on the hoof in the judging Aug. 25 at the Minnesota State Fair. Reserve champion was an 880 Ib. Angus shown by Berl E. Priebe, also of Algona. These steers were again named champion and reserve champion respectively, Aug. 27 at the Armour and Co. Coolers. Another steer owned by Priebe was 3rd place carcass and another Henry steer 5th to give the four Algona entries, four of the top five carcass plac- ings of the show. The latter two steers had placed 6th and 10th in the live judging. • >•'- ' •** '* HUPMOBIUS Alvin Reynolds of Redfield pro- Jably has the only car in Dallas County that has been registered NOTICE, or RE6UIAR SCHOOL tUCTlON ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice is hereby given to the qualiflec electors of Ihe Algona Community Schoo District of Algona in the County of KO-; suth, State of rowa, that rtw- iogul.ii election of said School • Distrtt will D« teld on the 10th day of September, I9A2 (Second Monday in September) with tho colls ciperirtg at 12 p.m. and closing at icven o'clock, p.m., at Precinct No. I Mgona High School, and Precjnct No. 2 Whittemore City Hall, as defUied in tho resolution adopted August 22/1962, with voting precincts as follows: Voting Preelntt No. 1 Shall include all of the area of tho .Igona Community school district except reas included in Voting Precinct No. 2 *ith voting place at the Algona Hijh School building, Algona, Iowa, 'otlng Prcclncf No. 2 Shall include tho following areas of he Algona Community Schools Oistrxrt with voting place at the City Hall, Whitemore, Iowa: Whltfomoro Twp., Twp. 95 North, Range 0, Kossuth Co., Iowa- AH ol sections 5, 6, 7, 8- The north half of 'the NW quarter of Sec. 18; The north half of the NE quarter of Sec. 18; The north half of 'the NW Quarter of Sec. 17; The north half of the NE quarter of Sec. 17; The north half of the NW quarter of Sec. 4. A Director will be elected for a term 3f 3 years to succeed Russ Medin member at large whose term exoires September 17, 1962 One for 3 years, fo succeed Eugene Hutchins, member at laroe vhose term expires September 17 1962' ir.d a Treasurer will be elected for a term ending June 30, 1963 and also for term ending June 30, 1965, to succeed Fred A! Diekmann, Jr. Dated August 24, 1962. /S/ nnM" 0 H. KRAMER Secretary **JIBIHi APARTMENT BUILDING FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPT. 15 AT 10:30 A.M. Ar 70S Diagonal Straet, Algono Iowa LEGAL DESCRIPTION - LOTS 0 7,' AND THE SOUTH W OF LOT 5, ALL IN BLOCK 3 WOOD WORTH ADDITION, ALGONA, IOWA ' Be M^" STORY ' 3 Ap ARTMENTS, ALL* UNITS ARE RENTED. FULL BASEMENT, APPROVED ROOF " Sealed bids will also be accepted on the sale of th,s property Leave sealed bids with Everett Barr Insurance Aaency, 9 North Dodge Street Algona, Iowa. Sealed bids will be opened by auctioneer on the day of the sale. Y Terms - 20 percent down, balance when a warranty deed and abstract are furnished. Possession g.ven when abstract is furnished. The build- •ng is ava.lable for inspection at any time by appointment with ' DALE YUNGEBERG - 519 W. State St., Phone CY 4-3393, or EVERETT BARR - 9 N. Dodge St., Phone CY 4-3242, Algona, Iowa FOUND A NEW r EASY WAY TO GET CLOTHES REALLY RUSTY WATER IN THE ALGONA A'REA! CLEAN-WHITE IN ———•^•••^•HM Revolutionary All-purpose MIRACLE WHITE WITH DOUBLE-YOUR-MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE! • Extra-gentla to skin, your mosf delicale fabrics. • Makes bleaching, other special additives un- ^,! e "u ry ' ;/ iust ° dd ° lillle Miracle whl 'a \v,ih about 1/3 your usual amount of soap or detergent. r ^^"•^^^Ufc™-^™-^ Odorless, non-toxic, non-allergic. Magically turns gray and yellow laundry again where everything else failsl formulaled f8r ^ Qnd 'Durban w«0 The groom, son of Mr and Mrs ARaron Klieber. Sr. Emmetsbu rg B a graduate of Emmetsburg hi ah school. He is employed at Spen -*• MIRACLE WHITE available at FAREWAY FOOD STORES PLEASE DON'T MY LITTLE GIRL DEAR DRIVER: We Erect the Bins • • * w/t/le you work! bins. We will send pel your place, put up bf ns °t *££, M cheaply aa you can do you with genuine Eatc« America', biggest bin »W»» W »d talk g«fa PUt Up grain ** Pennlngton Cribs also available without Bin Top 1 New Bin Top eliminates crop loss due to moisture rot when snow and ice accumulate at too of crib after the corn settles E. E. New Bin Top protects against f feeding and nesting of birds . .. Hwugo VIWHf MM! mvvfi torn cribs your best buy! New Steep pjtch Roof allow! faster filling and eliminate. fiUin leveling during New Steep-Pitch Roof make* h easier to elevate corn to roof opening; roof angle {9 perfect for efficient elevator operation, * New Bin Top gfvea ossuranca iLnS aften j« Roof °f crop safety to loan official* f? PP 3.1 •f c * IO| W for on-tbe-farm storage, d«l 8 * >P S** CONSTRUCTION" CO. Today my daughter, who is seven years old, started to school as usual. She wore a dark blue dress with a white collar She had on her new black shoes. Her cocker spaniel, whose name is Scott", sat on the front porch and whined as she waved "goodbye" and started off to the halls of learning. Last night we talked about school. She told me about the girl who sits in front of her ... the girl with the yellow curls and the boy across the aisle who makes funny faces. She told me about her teacher, who has eyes in the back of her head . , . and about the trees in the school yard ... and about the big girl who doesn't believe in Santa Claus. We talked about a lot of things — tremendously vital, unimportant things — and then we studied spelling, reading and arithmetic and then to bed. She's upstairs now . , , sound asleep with "Princess Elizabeth" (that's her doll) cuddled in her right arm. You guys wouldn't hurt her, would you? You see, I'm her Daddy. When her doll js broken or her finger is cut, or her head gets bumped. I can fix it ... but when she starts to school, when she walks across the street .then she's in yoiu- bands. She's a sweet little girl and I'm so proud of her. She can run like a deer and darts about like a chipmunk. She likes to ride and swim and bike with roe on Sunday afternoons. But I can't be wUh her jjU the time ... I have to work to pay for her clothes and education. So please help me look out for her. Please drive carefully, please drive slowly past the schools and intersections ... and please remember that children do run from behind parked cars. " ' ' (Author Unknown) THIS MESSAGE 15 BEING PUBUSHEP FOR THE 12TH STRAIGHT YEAR IN THE ... _ T QF QyR BY Foster Furniture

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