The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1962 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 18, 1962
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fWtNS Getting a good start In life are twin children, a girl and a boy born recently to Mr and Mrs Ste- phen Plendl of Geneva, the twins tipped the scales at 9 pounds, ounces and 9 pounds, ounces. Super-buys! embossed DACRON Curtain PANELS *'» v ^|jp^r--<tf 1.4.4 eo, 41 INCHES WIDE 63 OR 81-IN. LONG 100% embossed white Dacron polyester panels are sun-resistant, easy to wash and dry, require little or no Ironing, r shrink less than 1%. Always look sheer, drape softly. Sandra Ludwig Weds Sept. 1, Local Church Sandra Jean Ludwig, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl L. Ludwig, Algona, became the bride of Lavern A. Wiskus, son of Mr and Mrs William Wiskus, Bancroft, Sept. 1 in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Joyce Ludwig was bridesmaid and Arden Doocy was best man. Sister M. Ricarda was organist. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of nylon lace over net and taffeta. Her head piece was a crown of nylon tulle studded with sequins and pear-Is. She car ried a white orchid on her pray er book. A reception and dinner for 90 guests was held following the ceremony at the Moose hall. Ccin nie Prothmten registered the guests, Mrs I Francis Pfeffef cui the cake, Mrs Lyle Tucker poured and Joyce Ludwig had charge of the gifts. Table waitresses were Mrs Henry Pfeffer, Mrs Lester James and Mrs William Prothman. The bride attended Algona high school. The groom attended Swea City high school and is employed at Thompson Distributing, Co. The couple is at home in Whitte more. 100 Being a grandfather is a full- time job for Henry Graeve, 82, of Earling. Mr Graeve, father of 18 children, has 100 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. 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Rugged and dependable throughout. "" - '"->q£ MODEL 870 MAGNUM -Chan* bered for 3-inch shells, will oho handle 2 J ,4-inch shells. Recoil pad. Many exclusive features. ' . -./ Before you buy your new shotgun,"" be sure to see the "Wingmaster" Model 870 and Model 870 Magnum. N HE OtOfjr GUNMAKCKS IN AMERICA PRESENT THE NEWEST GUNS "As Advertised in Today's Farm & Home Section" FREDERICK HARDWARE PHONE CYpress 4.4122 Mr and Mrs William Gies and the Eldon Links and Dale attended the Minnesota State Fair and visited Bill's brother, the Henry Cries and a niece, the Walter Merkles, all at St. Paul. The Carl Lofstroms and William, August Melz, Lakota, and Mrs Marie Pahl of Amboy, Minn, spent a week visiting relatives at Wadena, Richville, Minn, and Fargo, N.D. Susan Sullivan has enrolled in he Junior College at Esthervillc, and Sharon Sullivan will he a student at Briar Cliff College. Visitors at the Joe Preston ipme were Mr and Mrs Jim Means of Nena, Ark. The Glen Clark family visited an awit of Glen at Marne and other relatives at Chariton over the Labor Day weekend. Maxine Clark left Aug. 29 for Wells, Minn, to begin teaching in the second grade. Bill Thompson and daughter, Yvonne of New Jersey visited at the Jay Brones home last Monday. Yvonne will attend college at Pella. ; Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson and family, Dennis Johnson of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Frank Looft, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs John Fullmer and family of St. James, and their guest from Portland, Ore. enjoyed a picnic at Gomsrud Park, after which they called at the Robert Sanders home. Harold O'Green and his mother, Mrs Ida O'Green, arrived home Friday after a ten-day visit at the Robert O'Green home to make the acquaintance of the newest member of the family, little Lynn Ann at Detroit, Mich. The Laurel Petersons recently visited Rev. and Mrs Gary Gabel at Burdick, Kan. Mr and Mrs Laurel Peterson were Saturday guests of Pastor and Mrs Pillman at Soderville, Minn. The James Devens of Minneapolis spent Sunday and Monday at the home of her parents, the •George Pearsons, and took their two children back with them. The Try This For Size Special! Reductions on .Hobnail BEDSPREADS 2 _ Buy two and save 98c! Unt-free, cotton and rayon blend spreads with deep bullion fringe. Pre-shrunh end machine washable in lukew.arm water. No Ironing necessary, for full size beds. Several smart colors, > NO PAYMENT NEEDED until November 20 on Charge Purchases made after 7 September 201 PERFECT FOR COMFORT, CONVENIENCE AND FASHION Nothing is quite so wonderful as the jbyj ^Tthe family pride "and joy," 'of your very own all-electric kitchenJ jThe time and steps you save,., the lipJ smacking smiles about your cooking,, «j 'and the effortless efficiency and dependability of your all-electric kitcben will The cost of adding this happiness to your family living can be planned within your budget. Your Algona electric appliance dealer or electrical contractor will show you how. ALGONA Municipal Utilities "Mvt Better iletfrfcally" children had been visiting their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hoss, Lc- Mars, became the parents of a baby girl, Teresa Anne, Aug. 27. She is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs I.eo Cluerdet of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Albert Anderson Danny, Jennifer and Jerry attended the Minnesota State Fair. Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson, Linda and Lyle attended the Minnesota State Fair Saturday and Sunday. They were overnight guests at the home of Mrs Thompson's brother and wife, the Leroy Sanftners in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Francis Doocy and Bob and Mr and Mrs Elmer Bailey, Bruce and Patty enjoyed a fish fry Monday evening at the Marlin Paul home. Mr and Mrs Marlin Paul and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Paul home for the 9th birthday of Sandra. Mr and Mrs Merton Ronlson of Los Angeles, Cal. came Aug. 24 and visited relatives in this area until Sept. 9. They were houseguests of their daughter and family, the Wallace Dawsons. A family gathering was held at the Gust Isenberg home at Fairmont in honor of the Merton Roal- sons. Attending were Mrs Ida O'Grcen, Mr and Mrs Merlin Roalson, Mr and Mrs Wallace Dawson and family, Mr and Mrs Walter O'Green and family, Mr and Mrs Richard O'Green and family, Mr and Mrs Douglas Fields, Mr and Mrs Dick Schutjer and family and Mrs Annie O'Green. Jim Hardt, son of Mr and Mrs Marlin Hardt, left Aug. 22 for Ues Moines where he had his physical, then to Lackland Air Base at San Antonio, Tex., where he began his basic training. Jim enlisted for lour years. Kathy Seylar was a weekend guest of her friend, Patty Hardt. Mr and Mrs Leon Fox of Blue Earth, Mrs Richard Krumm and Mary, La Serena, Chile, and the Marlin Hardt family were Monday supper guests ut the Rudy Hardt home. The Frank Spear family of Shcr- burn, Minn, visited Friday evening at the Johnnie Tobin home. Tuesday evening visitors at the Tom Preston home were Mrs Ida Owens and children and Mr and Mrs Marlin Questad and family. UNION ALETHEANS Union Alethean 4-H Club held its annual picnic Sept. li at Cal State Park. Officers for the com ing year were elected as follows president, Janet Erpelding; vici president, Trudy Alt; secretary treasurer, Lois Hunt; historian, Penny Dodds; photographer, Jan et Angle; reporter, Linda Dodds. librarian, Marcio Angle; recreation chairman, Connie Molacek and music chairman, Verdean Shaw. The chosen phone committee is Linda Nilchals, Bonnie Kiilsholm, and Susan Dodds. The club chose to keep its present leaders, Mrs Robert Dodds and Mrs William Dodds. Trudy Alt and Lois Hunt provided games Mary Beth Dearchs and Linda Nitchals gave talks. r?Tv:"i":: p .>: •;.—..':»?:?. rj"*'.**ESii \. -*- :i -V , & ' Jfe* ALL DIAMONDS WIRE NOT CREATED EQUAL LOOK INTO THE DIAMOND DIAMONDS... Ite ultimate IQ (ifU, man'* greatetl gift of lov« . . . • girl't moil cherlih«d and enduring poiitiilon. Make your (election the modern way from our collection o| tdcDtifically graded diamond* Beautiful dlamondt »perlly graded by a RegliUred Jeweler. Now you art awured of glorlout beauty, authentic value and a, diamond o{ leafed quality. ^ REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY LISTEN. MY rilll.DRKN nnd ynu shall here, Of a season called football that comes every year, When millions of people come out in the breezes, To watch 22 men tear each other to pieces. The papers are filled with full page report, Of scores and predictions, and games of this spnrt. * > n I DEARLY LOVE FOOTBALL—YOU CAN count mo a fan, Rut I'm dumb about it—this comes from my man. "What you know about football", he says with a sigh, "Could easily fit in one corner of your eye". He gets this impression sometimes I know, Cause I occasionally tell the wrong side to "Go!" WHAT I LACK IN KNOWLEDGE. I make up in pep, Hut compared to the old days, I'm reaily quite hep. If you want me to prove it with, "Football, by Grace", The fundamentals are that in the first place, I know now when a touchdown is scored, I tell it by looking at signs on the board! + * * THERE ARE ELEVEN MEN on each football team, That's elementary, or so it would seem. Rut once in a while a team gets 12 men, Then they lose some yardage and get moved back again. If guys who play football get mixed on this rule, And I know they're wrong—you can see I'm no fool! # * * ALL OF THE MEN ON the field do not play. Some are officials, you tell them this way— They wear striped shirts and they're balder on top, And fatter in the middle and they blow whistles to stop. Fv Garbett of Algona was one of the best, And, except HE has hair, meets the above outlined test. • • * REFEREES HAVE HAY FEVER, or maybe a cold, They have red hankies that are hard to hold. They all the time drop them right on the ground, And toot their blamed whistles just when I've found What's going on—then most of the men, Go do something else and I'm mixed up again. GUARD, CENTER AND ENDS, are positions I know, Then there's halfback and way-back and educated toe. The players are rugged and the players are tough, They're huge in size and like to get rough. They look like their shoulders are bulging with muscle, But lots of it's padding, like Grandmother's bustle! « * » A BOY PLAYING FOOTBALL FORGETS manners he was taught, And never says, "Excuse me" or "you first" like he ought. He pUshes guys to the ground and gets mud on his shirt, And butts with his head and rolls in the dirt, The more he acts rude and scowls like he's mad, The more it delights every student and grad! * * • IF YOU ARE WONDERING ABOUT the post on the ends- Well, one is the enemy's; the other our friends, Rut neither wants company, nor wants to stay home, They want to go visiting, take a ball when they roam! If they manage to do this, the ref holds up his hands, And a great noise goes up from the stands. IN FOOTBALL, THERE'S many a crash and a thud, And players go clown in the ice or the mud. Arms, legs, and helmets are seen in the muddle, They all straighten out, then go into a huddle. What do they talk about there in the game? I really don't know, but I'll bet it's a dame. « * * ONE OF THE PARTS OF THE GAME I like best, Is the time when the players take a long rest. The band salutes visitors right from the heart, Instead of yelling, "Tear them apart!" The baton twirlers strut and the majorettos prance, And warm up their bare little legs with a dance. I'M REALLY QUITE PROUD OF OUR quarterback and his henchmen, Rut I also think credit should go (ho henchmen, Who behave themselves well and keep nice and clean, And sit as they're told and seldom act mean. And warm up the bench, until they get the nod, Then rush into action and tear up the sod! • • t THERE IS A FAT CHANCE that a gal named Grace, No sports writer will ever replace. And if I'm not hep to the plays, every one, At least I manage to have lots of fun. Though I'm fond of the sport, I might as well say it, I'm awfully glad I don't have to play it! I WAS THINKING JUST the other day, that It has been an awfully long time since I'd tasted a good, old sour cream raisin pie. Then I found Hazel Dermand's recipe for one, and I mean to make one real soon. Meanwhile, its this week's recipe. 1 cup sugar 1 cup cooked raisins 1 cup sour cream '••'a teasp. cinnamon 2 eggs, well beaten Vz cup chopped nuts. Beat eggs, add sour cream and sugar and cinnamon and beat hard. Add raisins and nuts and mix. Pour In unbaked pie shell and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. — Grace. 16 From County 4-H Participate Clay County Fair Sixteen Kossuth County 4-H members participated in the Clay County Fair at Spencer, Sept. 1016. Club members exhibited dairy heifers, beef heifers, baby beeves and competed in the demonstration, livestock judging and showmanship contests. Members exhibiting livestock included Charles Bierstedt, Whitte- nore, one Holstein yearling; Geo, Bierstedt, Whittemore, 2 Holstein alves; Kenneth Bierstedt, Whittemore, 2 year old and year old Hol- tein; Thor Thoreson, Swea City, Shorthorn baby beef; Darrell ail Clary Berkland, Fenton. each a Hereford baby beef: Duane Hilbert, I.uVerne, Angus baby beef and Tom Henry, Algona, two Angus heifers and one baby beef Demonstration team members representing the county in the district contest are Jackie Laabs and Karen Seegebarth from the Fenton Forwards club with "For a Better Look": Tim Molacek and Dean Teeter from the Union club with "Knots" and Doug Jergensen and Tom Henry from the Union club with "Freezing Treats." Boys taking part in the district livestock Judging contest are Tom Henry, Algona; Kenneth Schmlck- ing, Swea City; John Scuffham, Algona and Galen Metzger, Whittemore.

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