The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 18, 1962
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Hawaiian Dinner Mrs Frank Zender and Mr Frances Grantham ontertaine the Soroptimist club at a Haw aiian dmneMast Tuesday evening MIS Fred Shilts showed picture nkcn on a recent trip to the is Jonds with Mrs Zender. Baby Baptized Baptismal rites were held Sun clay at Trinity Lutheran church for 'Bruce, son of Mr and Mrs Larry Olson, Rev. G. J. Gerikc officiating. Sponsors were the infant s grandfather and aunt, Kenneh Geilenfeld and Jane. Mr< Velma Olson, paternal grandmother was present. Card Hostess Mrs Frank Cink entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon I he club will meet this Wednesday with Mrs George Kohl. Circle Change The April circle of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday with Mrs Stanley Muckey assisted by- Mrs Lloyd Muckey instead of with Mrs W. A. Foster. Shower Honorec Cindy Hardy was honored at a miscellaneous shower recently at the home of Mrs Gordon Hal!. Siri Norton and Mrs Bob Wycoff, Des Moines, were hostesses. Shower Hostesses Mrs Harold Cowan and Mrs Walt Hall were hostesses at i pre-nuptial shower Sept. 11 honor ing Penny Johnson, daughter o, Mr and Mrs Oliver Johnson. Court Whist was played with high won by Mrs Loren Nelson and low Mrs Bless Rusk. Penny was assisted by her sister, Pam, in opening her gifts. Miss Johnson will be married in the fall to Patrick Duffy, son of Mr and Mrs William Duffy, Algona. Is Shower Hoiioree Mrs Charles Bloom was honored at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the Moose Hall. Hostesses were Mrs Bob Williams Mrs Lloyd Kern, Mrs Clarence Yager, Fenton, Mrs Howie Stephenson, Mrs Perry Lowman, Mrs Patsy Hackney, Mrs Delmar Kern, Mrs Dwaine Lighter, Mrs Frank Kern and Mrs Dale Yung- berg. Mrs Bloom is the former Opal Kern. Bancroft Girl To Wed, Nov. 3, Austin, Minn. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke and Margaret attended the wedding Sept. 5 at Avoca, Minn., of their nephew, Arthur Fields. Hosts Knitters Mrs Effie Teeter entertainer her knitting club Wednesday af ternoon. Attend Rally Among those who will be attending the Conservative Baptist Rally nt Grace Baptist Church, Des Moines, Monday and Tuesday are Mr and Mrs John Schimmel who are taking Mr and Mrs Geo. Wohnke and Mrs Anna Torene, Bancroft and Mrs Karl Willasson. Chapter To Meet Beta Sigma Phi Xi Xi Chapter will meet Sept. 18, 8 p.m. at the Retarded School, for a tour of the school by Mrs. Dudley and to see the new floor covering given the school by this chapter and installed by courtesy of Algona Floor Service. They then will go to the home of Mrs. Helen Haas for regular meeting. LONE ROCK NEWS Guests at the Walter Thompson home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson of Burt. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs G. II. Doty at Mason City. Mrs Doty and Mrs Thomsen are sisters. Friday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard were Supt. and Mrs Harry Anderson of Kanawha. They attended t h e Kanavvha - Sentral football game Friday night. Mr and Mrs Chester J. Smith lancroft, Iowa, announce the en-' agement and forthcoming mar• mge of their daughter, Sharon Ann, to Richard E. Brown, son of Mr and Mrs Erving Brown, Rose Creek, Minn. Miss Smith and her fiance are graduates of Rose Creek High School. Miss Smith is employed at the First National Bank. Austin, and Mr Brown is engaged in farming near Rose Creek. The wedding will take place at 11 a.m., Nov. 3, at St. Augustine Church, Austin, Minn. Top Award For Biersfedf Boys Of Lotfs Creek Kenneth and George Bierstedt of the Lotts Creek 4-H Club exhibited the champion and reserve champion Holstein at the Clay County Fair. Kenneth won champ- on honors on his two year old and irst prize on his yearling heifers -•eorgo received reserve champ- on honors on one calf and fourth on another. In the beef division, Tom Henry of Algona placed third and fourtl with his Angus heifers. Darrel Berkland of Fenton with his Hereford baby beef placed 5th. The livestock judging team plac ed third with eleven teams takiiv; part in the contest. Members taking part in the contest were Richard Olson of Armstrong; Kenneth Schmicking, Swea City; Galen Metzger, Whittemore; Tom Hen ry, Algona, and Kenneth Bier stedt, Whittemore. Richard Olson was sixth high individual and Kenneth Bierstedt 9th high individua' in the contest. For the division for members showing at the Clay County Fair, Kenneth Bierstedt was second and Tom Henry fifth high individuals. 4-H members representing Kossuth County in the district demonstration contest were Jackie Laabs and Karen Seegebarth of the Fen- Ion Forwards, Dean Teeter and Tim Molacek of the Union Boys' Club and Doug Jergenson and Tom Henry from Union Boys 4-H. Breaks Arm Lone Rock — Jerry Newbrough, 20, fell from n govornmenf grain bin Wednesday morning, Sept 12 and broke his left arm. He was on the bin to open the lid so the bin might be filled wifh sealed corn. Ho slipped and fell 2ff feel to (he ground. He was taken ti St. Ann hospital. Jerry is the son of Mr and Mrs L. A. Newbrough. Two Men Charger Following Crash Near Algona Two men, Vernon II. Johnson 30, Armstrong, and Paul R. Mor row, 58, Boone, were charged wit! driving violations following a car truck crash a half-mile south 01 Algona on Ifi!) at 5 p.m. Thursday. Johnson, headed south and at- erupting a left turn, was charger' with failing to signal, and Morrow, ilso headed south, was filed OP 'or improper passing on a bridge \y Patrolman Bill Tordoff who in estigated. The truck being driven bv ohnson suffered an estimated 100 damage and the auio was damaged to the extent of S300. There were no personal injuries reported. Eighth Leg! District jion Confab At Pocahontas On Sunday, Sept. 23. the Eighth District Fall Conference of thr American Legion and Auxiliary will be held at Pocahontas. Regis tration will begin at !) a.m. A banquet and a dance will follow the business sessions. The banquel will start at 6:30 p.m. On Saturday afternoon nt 2 p.m. a Kick-Off Parade is scheduled. Several top notch precision drill teams are scheduled to appear. A number of high school bands from surrounding towns will also participate. The Legion posts from Pocahontas county will carry their colors and several firing squad: plan to attend. Commander Donald Birkctt o! the Iowa Department is to be present for this event. All Legion- aires and Auxiliary members are invited to attend the Conference. Pledge At S.U.I. In fraternity and sorority rushing just completed at the State- University of Iowa, Jim Finn of Algona was pledged to Sigma Chi fraternity and Mary Misbaek of Algona became a pledge of Delta Delta sorority. 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Ask ui about lhe Wayne Egg Feed] Program lo help you gel the greateit return on your flock investment. As Advertised In Farm & Home Supplement KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY EUREKA SALE FIRST TIME AT THIS LOW PRICE i « TRIPIE CARE CIEANINO POWER • MOTOR DRIVEN "DISTURBUUTOR" ACTION • NEW VINYl PUJT BAG COVER • SANITIZED® DISPOSABLE DUST BAO • STEP-ON TOE SWITCH • ADJUSTABIE I POSITION HANDLE • SOFT VINYl BUMPER • ROW ON 4 WHEIlf ONIY «" HIOH • LIFETIME LUBRICATED MOTOR ff Alt METAL CONSTRUCTION • Rfyi" 7 ' I>C - " T 9F Gl-MNINQ ACCESSORIES IN "HANDY-PAK" KIT (Option.!) BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "Wildest Trqder in Town" TERMS | ALGONA Titonka Crash * Brings Charge A Sexton woman, Sara N. Opli- cim, 52, wa.s charged with a slop sign violation following a 2-car crash a half-mile east of THonk;i at a county blacktop road intersection at 1:25 p.m. Friday. The other auto was driven hj Meta Christensen, 48, Woden. Thn Opheim car was headed south and the other car was beaded west ,-:• the time of the mishap. Damage to the Woden auto was estimate.' at $200, while an estimated Sl2. r . damage resulted to the Opheim vehicle. Patrolman Bill Tordoff invest! gated. Mrs Edna Kyhl, Mrs Nels G Christiansen, Mrs Arnold Lun,' and Mrs Dagmar Christiansen visited Saturday with Mrs Katie Haahr at the Methodist Manor at Slorm Lake. Wildin Again Sets Pace In Stock Events The final Friday night (sessions ill now be held Sundays begin- ing at 2 p.m.) program of semi- modified' stock car races at tl fairgrounds here Friday night wr full of thrills. The Sunday programs will stai with time trials, with the firs neat race slated for 2:30 p.m. After Gene Sehattschneidcr se me lime trial pace with a •!!)<) timing, Los Wildin took over an raced home in front of the pact three times to add more points U the tide-winning total he has al ready amassed. The Algona farmer finishei first in the second heat, the handi cap and the feature, in which he i came up from a tenth place star 1 I" edge Schattschneider, who lee through the first 18 laps, then lost i Die lead when he was brushed off by Bob Armstrong of Buffalo Center. Third went to Norm Baker of Clarion. Fred Schumacher, driving (he j car normally piloted by Dale Rike- ! hart of Garner, barely escaped I serious injury during the second 1 heat when he hit the restraining wall on the north turn and a plank 1 went through the window on the j right side of the vehicle and out : through (he roar window. , In the third heat. Harold Ander•<on. Duncombe, dropped out when !iis engine caught fire as he led i lhe pack. The fire caused little (iamage, but the car was knocked out for the night. Here are the results: First heat — Ev Hutchison, Sac City, first; Ronnie Tomlinson. Austin, second; Bud Peterson, Al- gonn, third. Second hent — Wildin, firs! Raker, second; Sam Eslick Ft Dodge, third. Third heat - Don Ward, Hamp. Ion, first; Dave Noble, Austin seconds; Ladcll Olson, Burl, third' Handicap — Wildin, first; Hutchison, second; Eslick, third. Semi-main — Willie Kluse, Clarion, first; Ken Wall, Newel, second; Bud Fair, Ft. Dodge, third Feature — Wildin, first; Schntt- schneider, second; Baker, third. The field of cars was the third largest during the present season. Sentral Gridders Bow In Opener, 26-13 To Kana who Sentral's 19152 football team took on a strong Kannwha eleven, last Friday night at Sentral's field, md wound up on the short end of ~ 26-13 score. Knnawha, co-champion of the Vorth Star conference, gave indi- alions of repeating its champ- onship roll in its own conference. entral is a member of the State ,ine conference. In the first half, Sentral played <anawha on pretty even terms. Ithough trailing, 13-7 at the half logcr Anderson and Roger Ruler Tuesday, Sepfember 18, 1962Algono (la.) Upper De* M«Irt e *-3 NURSERY GROWN BLUE GRASS SOD WEED FREE OPEN 1:00 to 5:00 Monday thru Saturday Sundays 9:00 to 12:00 — 1:30 to 5:00 DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER North of Catholic Cemetery CY 4-4813 led (he Kanavvha scoring, while Tom Ctoilxenmier, sophomore full back, and Gary Berkland, junior halfback, accounted for Sentral'f scores. Coach Jim Holt* has only three seniors on whal you might call his first string squiul; (ho rest are juniors anA sophomores. This coming Friday, Sentral again has a home game, playin" Lincoln-Central at Fenton. Sentral has five home games, only three away, this season. Sentral's captains are senioi halfback I.ynn Bierstedt and junior end Dennis Slucki. There have been 41 boys out for the team. O'Gorman To Be Homecoming Foe, Gttrrigan High Garrigan High School announci"-- the football game on Oct. in with D'Gormon High School of Sioux Falls as homecoming date. The September 2!ith game with Carrol <uemper had previously been an- lounced as homecoming. This necessary change was announced by Father Rics, Athletic Director at Garrigan. Freshman - Sophomore football schedule for the Golden Cubs of Garrigan will be a seven-game schedule. This fall the freshman squad will play two games. Mr Frank Schweider is the freshman- sophomore coach. The following is (he schedule. 1 All games on Monday except the Kuemper contest.) Sept 17 Clear Lake - 4: If, - Away Sept. 24 Ksthcrville - 7:30 - Away Oct. I St. Edmond's - 4.00 Home Oct. H Kmmetsburg - 4:00-Away Oct. II St. Kdmond's - 4:00-Away 'Freshman Grime I Oct. 14 Kuemper • 2 00 Fresh. (A) 400 Soph. Oct- in St. Edmond's - 4 00-Home (Freshman Game) Oct 2. r , S( Edmond's • 4'00-A way Oct. 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