The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1962 · Page 6
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«-At 9 6na (la.) Upper Pe« Molng Tuesday, September 11, 19*2 Suggests Only One High School, Palo Alto County Some-thing of a bombshell was thrown into a discussion meeting at Emmrtslmrg, last week, by Dr. Howard Kuntson, assistant clean of education from the State College o f Iowa, at Cedar Fulls. Dr. Kuntson recommended that all of Palo Alto county's eight school districts be merged into one high school district. His audience consisted of superintendents a n d school board members, about 50 in all. from the eight districts, and a few other interested persons. A survey taken of the county school systems, earlier in the year, was the basis for the re- commendation. He advocated that the eight districts support one central high school, locat ed in or near Emmetsburg Some months hack, at a meeling in Kossuth county, it was indicated that a somewhat similar suggestion was made for Kossttth county, but at that time, it was said that the recommendation was for two, or possibly three, such high schools. Anyway, the recommendation resulted in somewhat of an unroar among the various districts. :?Jt appeared unlikely thafcf such action would be taken in the immediate future, however. Jgtveft & 10-year suspended sentence after she entered a guilty plea to a charge of forgery in district court. She cashed a check for $96.80 at Sjogren's grocery store here Feb. 24. The sentence was suspended for one year on good behavior and is paroled to the state board of parole. .Judge Richard Cooper is presiding during the present term of court. Titonka Girl Bride Of Algona Young Man, Sept. 2 \ 962 Corn Support Price Remains At $ 1.12 Bushel Prices for the 1962 corn crop will be supported at a minimum of $1.12 per bushel in Kossuth county, Richard I. Anderson, Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee, has announced. This is the same as 3961 support rate. Graveside Rites Set Here For Will. Thompson C * a ,L m ™ *** th ° Uhe , mi "- Graveside rites for imum rate will not be reduced, but may be increased if the final 1962-crop corn support price determined on the basis of data on Oct. 1 is higher than the minimum price announced last spring. Mr Anderson stressed the importance ,jf a full understanding by growers of how the 1962 feed grain program affects price supports for the crop. "Corn producers who participate in the 1962 feed grain program will be eligible for price support on their 19G2 production", he declared, "but there will be a limit on the amount of corn from eligible farms that can be put under support." Willard Donna Knoll Weds Sept. 2 Af Lone Rock Lone Rock — The marriage of Donna Knoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll of Lone Rock, and Roger Frink. so;i of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frink of Whittemore, was solemnized Sept. 2 at the Presbyterian church, Lone Rock. Rev. Benjamin Meyer performed the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by organist Nancy Fischer and soloist, Dr. L. A. Henricksen. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of white Peau de soie. The basque bodice featured a sweetheart neckline and long tapered sleeves with traditional point at wrist. The full, flared skirt of Peau de Soie was fashioned with cut-away overskirt and a pleated carriage back secured by two small bows. A bouffant veil of imported silk illusion fell from a Sexton Boy Is Sure Football A Safer Game Sexton — Mike Cooper must be Iieve football a safer game than the old fashioned piggy back ride He lost his hold while on a play mate's shoulders and fell, split ting the back of his head on the cement. He ended up being this week's Sexton visitor at St. Ann lospital where a number of stitches were taken in the wound. It's nice to have company but Wary McMahon was just a little hankful they didn't all come at once this week. Some cousins Mr and Mrs Harold Simoneau and our children came from Minneapolis for the weekend. After hey left, Mr and Mrs Hartnett is sister, and Mrs Wagner came or a few days from Chicago. The vomen are sisters of Chuck Henigan, who lived here at one time, t would be nice though if every- ne could have such considerate isitors as Mary's since both rolips called before coming. The kids around town thought | the gypsies had come but it was only a car load of Indians from Clear Lake making the town to sell flower holders. Another case of mistaken iden tity was Sextonites thinking Doc McMahon might be having an other house fire. Thankfully i was only a large cob pile blazing up in the evening breeze. Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach made a trip to Renwick to the Leo Mimbachs as a sort of tria' run for the longer trip to Minne sola they are planning. No, August Kirschbaum's riding mower did not get away from him. He put those white boards only half way down on his new backyard fence for a decorative touch. The new sidewalk put in at Leo Kirschbaums adds the newest improvement to main street. A brother of Don Mains, Wesley Mains of Swea City, was severely injurned last Sunday when attacked by a hog while doing chores. A deep'bite on his arm required about "25 stitches WANT ADS Lost & Found •**• ..*.»«•« i uii^svi bv.u ourv uiuoiuii icii i ruin a Thompson, former well-known Al- princess crown of crystals and gonan who died several months ago at his home in California, will be held here Saturday at 10 a.m. at Riverview cemetery. Rev. Frank Harcey of the Congregation al church will officiate. There will also be Masonic rites at the grave. She carried a bouquet of red roses and stephanotis. Trudy Olson was maid of honor and Linda Knoll was bridesmaid. Adrian Arbogast served as best man. Dennis Frink served his brother as groomsman. Ushers "The quantity eligible for support will be based on the farm's established per acre yield, based on the 1959-60 average, times the 1962 corn acreage as determined by the ASC County Committee." "Producers of corn who do not participate in the 1962 feed grain program will not be eligible for support on the 1962 corn crop." To be eligible for support, corn also must have been produced in 1962, must grade No. 3 or better or No. 4 because of test weight only, must meet certain moisture requirements, and must be in adequate storage. The schedule of of premiums and discounts is unchanged from the 1961 program. As in the past, the price support program for 1962-crop corn will be carried out through farm - and warehouse - stored loans and purchase agreements. These will be available from harvest time through May 31, 1963. Loans will mature on July 31, 1963. charge of arrangements. Mr. Thompson's ashes were re turned here several months ago, but burial arrangements had not been completed. There are no immediate relatives of the deceased living in this area. Mr. Thompson and his sister, Ella, Algona, also now deceased, stedt, Ted I Wittkopf. The guests Carolyn Intt-rmill. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. L Inform!!! of Titonka, became the bride of Jody Cutler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Cutler, in a ceremony performed Sunday, Sept 2 at the First Presbyterian church by Rev. Myron Brower. The co'uple is pictured above. Mrs. Harlan Harms was soloist, and Miss Sandi Gartner, organist Bil Connor was the bridegroom's attendant, and Mrs. Bob Seefekl wa matron of honor. Eugene Flagg and Tom Connor were ushers A reception in the church parlors followed the ccremonv with 17 . . in a«endance. Mrs. Henry Van Hove. Mrs. George Sachau " Ellen Ne Grienert and Eugene | f™._ *£&™ry Briner and Mrs. Walter Connor poured and cut th Linda Hansen Of Sexton Is Engaged To Wed registered by . Wedding gifts , JoAnn Dreyer and Benschoter. were responsible for setting up „.<. Thompson Scholarship Fund at A1-, „„«-,. K . gona high school. Funds from the Lineerman trust are given to students plan-' Langerman ning to enter college from the local high school during an award presentation each year in May. The grants are based on need and scholarship. ' ° m a re- church cake by Mrs. Mrs. Gerald coffee, the cake Ervin (UDM ? 8 raduate of A 'g°na high and presently is engineering at Iowa State University, Ames Th '" AmeS ' Where < he *™ ccmlewill live Gets One Year For Bad Check Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst took Harold Hagedorn, Spencer, who was sentenced to a year in the state penitentiary for passing a bad check last week, to Ft. Madison Friday. Hagedorn was sentenced in district court here after he entered a plea of guilty to the charge, which was a fourth offense. He passed the check for $5 at the Struecker — -__ ,,,„ MV \,n\, un m Conoco station here July 31. Lenore circle served as hostesses and waitresses were Jeanette Hanna, Janean Zwiefel, Kathy Crowley, Barbara Marlow, al classmates of the bride. The bride graduated from Sen tral high school and has been employed by the Algona Chamber of Commerce. The bridegroom graduated from Sentral high and is now resident representative for General Life of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Frink will be at home in Whittemore. Alice Mellman, Mason City, was Whittemore 4-H Election Held The Whittemore 4-H met Sept 6 at the Legion Hall. Election of officers was held with these re- SBRB* suits: Dick Reding, president Tom Fuchsen, vice president Clete Mosback, secretary - treasurer; and Barbara Winkel reporter. ' Jean Germann and John Winkel gave a talk on "Neatness of Record Books." The record books were completed and turned in Guests were some of the fathers and David Voight and Kickie Elbe rt. who are going to join the club. Anyone who is interested m joining the club and who will be 10 years old before Jan. 1, i%3 is asked to be present at the Oct 9th meeting. Lunch was served by Hay Walkers and Joe Redings. Former Bancroft Woman Suffers Burns On Head Bancroft - Mr and Mrs B H Sudimeier, Minneapolis, spent Wednesday with friends here Mrs Sudimeier recently suffered severe burns about the head and facp Wnaa.ier oven exploded. Most of her hair was burned oft and her face was badly burned. Mr and Mrs Sudimeier were former residence here before moving to Mpls Market Day Is A Big Success At Ottosen Ollosrn — The annual fall Market Day sale was held Thursday with very good attendance. This was the largest fall sale over held Hospitalized Joe Fox is in critical condition at Holy Family hospital, Estherville after suffering a stroke Tuesday evening. F. X. Wilhelmi seriously ill at the same The spring sales are alway larger, however. Items generally are a great deal the same from year to year,' bu' each sale also has something unusual. Among the antiques were a footwarmer to be filled wi^ charcoal, a soapstonc. also to keep the feet warm in olden days, school bells, wooden butter bowls wooden skates, antique dishes clocks, etc. The sale began at 11 a.m. and . -- -* — -- ".^ .-.aim.- nus- i lasted until after six. The weath- pital. Mr Wilhelmi has been a • er was ideal. pa A'f nt at lhe h( «Pital for several ! Monday overnight guests at the Harvey Thorsen home were three cousins, Mrs Amanda Jarsburg. Mrs Stella Jarsburg and Mrs LOST — Gray striped kitty with four white paws, answers to name of Tippy. Strayed from home. 117 E. Oak, CY 4-2812. (36) Miscellaneous ORDIR YOURS FROM- YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley A , Aaron Steussy AI T j LJ ' Aigona Ted Hoover, Sr. ^ Henry Schroeder -..!!!!! ] " Lone R» e k ST*w°^ ieh Bode Walter Vgudt Whittenwe Everett Ackerson Wesley Jack Delhmen — Garner District Sales Mgr. Program Ready For Annual F-B Meeting, Sept. 17 Kossuth County Farm Bureau members have a real treat in store for them at the 1962 Kossuth founty Farm Bureau Annual Meeting. The session this year is hemg held at the Sentral School between Lone Rock and Fenton' Sept. 17. The evening will begin with a roast beef supper to start at 6:30 P m. A fine program of entertainment is scheduled. The business portion of the evening will feature election of Township Directors, and County officers, reports on activities, and adoption of the Kossuth County Resolution recommendations. The high lite of the evening program will be the guest speakers; Einer Bjornsen visiting lecturer from Denmark and T. C. Peterson, Director Program Services Division of the A.F.B.F. Judgments Ordered Judge Richard W. Cooper ordered two judgments in district court here this week. Botsford Lbr. Co., plaintiff, was awarded a judgement for $32.67 from Richard Parsons; and Elmer Maahs, plaintiff, was awarded a judgment for $302.26 from Merlin Hansen in the district court rulings. weeks. Mrs William Voight and Loure lear Lake, Mrs R.chard Johnson and son, Texas, and Mrs M innic Mousel, Humbolclt. uere called nere by the serious illness of Joseph Fox. Jane Wolf, R\, at Veteran', hospital Omaha, , s spending few weeks with her parents while.- on vacation. Charles McGuire and Ed Goche are on a sightseeing trip in the Dakotas and Nebraska Mrs Laurence Kemna entertained a group of ladies at a party at her home Monday e-eninu Duane and David McCleLsh're- urned to Chicago Thursday after several days at the home of their parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Me- Cleish. Danny Mt-nke and James Ricke went to Des Moinos Thursday where they took physicals for the services. Anna Fussum of Cambridge, Wis Jean Capesius Engaged To Wed Lakota School Classes Elect High school classes at Lakot:. have elected officers for the ore- sent term, namely: Seniors - Kurti.s Rusher, pro sidenl; L'ldean Madelzke, lice president; Donna Paulsen treasurer. Juniors - Carolyn Ley, president; Thomas Neuman, vice president; Milton Paulsen, secretary Hoger Weringa, treasurer. Sophomores - Brian Ellsworth president; Gary Geilenfeldt, vice president; Sally Eickhorn, secretary; Myra Heidecker, treasurer Freshmen - Pamela Rusher president; Jack Smidt, vice president; Monica Beemer, secretary; Kathy Boyd, treasurer. Deanery Meeting The northeast board and Open Deanery Meeting of Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will be held at Immaculate Conception Hall, Greattinger, Sept 18. Board meeting at 1 o'clock Open Deanery Meeting at 2 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all pastors and Catholic women in the deanery. Mrs Joe A. Lynch, Deanery president' will preside. Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Hansen, exton, announce the engagement nd approaching marriage of heir daughter, Linda Lee, to Glen G. Moore of West Hollywood, Florla. Miss Hansen, a graduate of Al- ;ona high school, entered the 111. 'lasonic School of Nursing in ept., 1959 and graduated in Augst this year. She is presently orking at the 111. Masonic Hospital in Chicago. Mr. Moore attends Michigan State University and is a member of Phi Kappa Sigma social fraternity. The wedding will take place Sept. 22 at St. Paul's church-by- the-Lake-Episcopal, Chicago. (UDM Engraving) NOTICE BODE THEATRE announces a plan for purchasing individual or family tickets. These tickets will be effective beginning Oct. 1, 1962 to Oct. 1, 1963. They may be purchased from anyone of the Bode Merchants or individuals wh will be calling on you for your sup port, at $10 and $15 respectivel and may be used for all non-per centages shows. 36-3 ITS NEW! ITS OLD! ITS GOOD! CHUCK WAGON - Every Sat, Serving from 6 to 9 — serving Roast Beef. Chicken, Hot dish, chicken and dumpling, hot rolls, coffee. Help yourself Salad Bar. All this home cooked food for $1.50. HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. Get up a party, come dance — eat and relax. (36-38) [CCS per hen housed 4.0 poundi ftid p«r doitn «ggt • 97.55% liability • Thal't Ih. av.r. dfl* 12-monlh ncord en 73,165 Woyn«-f«d loy*ri In flockt ranging In lira from 375 to 27,000 blrdt. Aik ui about Ih* Wayne Egg F«td Program lo h*lp you gel lh» gr*af«ir rdurn »n your flock Inviilmtnt. As Advertised In Farm & Home Supplement KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY WAYNE® FEEDS MR. FARMER - SOMETHING new in farm property insurance If you want more protection — a broader policy — fair claim settlements — low rates — see L. S. Bohannon — East of Iowa State Bank. Card Of Thanks IIUIIIIII CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere thanks to the fire dept. and everyone who helped during and after our recent fire. — Martin Frideres family. 35* CARD OF THANKS Thanks to our friends and rela- ives for making our anniversary o memorable. — The Matt Bor- manns. 35* CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and relatives for their kind remembrance of our 40th wedding anniversary. — Mr. and Mrs Folkert Sleeker, Titonka (36*) GUARANTEED* POWER AND PERFORMANCE Ut t» till yn lew yn tit IN thills fni l( mi HI Rialiftii tltttlc tbill fills to •lit in if UHI futiitict.. * thio>|t Ui full if tki ibillt • GUARANTEED AGAINST POWER LOSS • GUARANTEED PERFECT POWER SEALINQ • GUARANTEED TO FIT YOUR CHAMBER • GUARANTEED AGAINST SCUFFING OB, SPUTTIHQ • GUARANTEED PERFECT IGNITION Available hi all 12.16 and 20 gaugA R«mlngton rr txpreis"hlgh-baio loads...priced the some as any high* base paper shells. > Iteming/on. •tuna* b CM. B.I. ro. at. »r tain** Ann «**uj. IK.IIMPM! t ox*. •Guirintei offer ntltf for m rwr « tktili porchiud tifort Die. 31, 1962. Be sure to see Remington's Big Announcement in the Sept. issue of Farm & Home section. COAST-TO-COAST Ed Wolf, owner Algona Mr and Mrs Bernard Capesius, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jean, shown above, to Mr John Crevan, Jr. on Sept. 22 in the Mission Dolores Basillica, San Francisco, Cal. Jean has been associated with American Air Lines as a personal service representative for the past four years. Mr Crevan is also with American, i UDM Engraving) Plum Creek 4-H Plum Creek Boys 4-H club met Sept. 5. Officers for the coming year were elected. They are: president, John Scuff ham; vice president, Robert Miller; secretary - treasurer, Jean Mescher; reporter, Russell Spear; and recreation chairman, Jerry Haney A discussion was given by Tom Kain. Lunch was served by Kains and Scuffhains. Year-end CLOSE- OUT on New 1962 Percival Cars Now is the time for you to get the TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE on a new 1962 Dodge, Dart, Lancer or Chrysler at Percivals ... we have lust 9 new cars in stock - when these are gone there will be no more . . . hurry out for the car of your choice . . . below we have listed what we have left in stock. 2-1962 DARTS "6" Both of these cars are 6-cylinder, 330 model, 4-doors, both have the automatic torque fllte transmission, radio and heater. One is a two-tone rose and white and the other is two-tone white and blue with tinted windshield, 3 - 1962 DARTS "8" These 4-door model 330'. are all equipped with radio, heater and torque flite automatic transmission. All have tinted -windshield and POWER STEERING AnVre^'^i j"° ther '* buff nnd the thir<> '* Ii8ht fl"*" 1 - A " qre one-color cars. 3-1962 DODGES *• 1 - 1 962 LANCER tr,— -^ PERCIVAL MOTORS 800 So. Phillip* $f. .. * ^^ Algeria, Iowa

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