The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 2, 1962
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Trojans Add Pair To Win String Hurt Under-Manned This Year Swca City's high-flying Trojans arc -shown in the above photo. Coach Don Butterbaugh's eleven dumped Rake, 25-0, Sept. 21 to rack •upjheir eighteenth straight victory over a three-year span. In the front row, left to right, are Lyle Thompson, John Martin, James Larsen, Chuck Stewart, Steve Petersen, Ron Gerdes, Mike Kollasch, Doug Boever, Tom Hurlburt, Duane Larson. John O'Green and Larry Perdue. . Second row, left to right, Dick Johnson, manager, Lyle Rippentrop, Duane Schmicking, Bill Johnson, Rick Seylar, Mike Hazelhoff, Danny Anderson, John Geyer, Paul Thoreson, Larry Kockler, Chuck Hewett, Jerry Thompson, John Vergrugge and Rod Smith, manager. Back row, left to right, Coach Don Butterbaugh, Jim Sykes, Jim Nelson, Mike Martin, Bob Simonsmeier, Paul Danielson, Reed Farland, Doug Cummins, co-capt., Dick Mather, .co-capt., John Weber Larry Kluger, Ed Sanders, Steve Roberts, Mike Blair, Bill Phelps, ^Howard Person, Marlyn Johnson, assistant coach, and Bruce Iverson, assistant coach. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) ' LuVERNE Mrs. Bill Meyer Baptismal rites were held Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Evangelical Lutheran church for Angela Dee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Snow of Clear Lake, with Rev. Allan Rudow officiating. Sponsors were the infant's great aunt and uncle, the Daryl Fredericks of Livermore. Present at the service were Mrs Marjory Groh, Fort Dodge, Larry Snow, Sr., Clear Lake, the grandparents and Mr and Mrs John Groh, LuVerne, the great grandparents. Mrs Snow is the former Diane Groh, originally from LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll attend- Look Ahead!! THE 1962 CORN CROP ISN'T TOO FAR AWAY Butler Grain Bins PLAY IT SAFE! Look for the Butler trademark before you buy Butler gnaHty grjrfn bto» we pre-wgtaeered fcf exacting standards by the men who know grain itprap best They go up quicUy-lgst longer. They giv9 74* the safest, mogt dependable storage you can buy. What's more . . . it's easy to convert a Butler bta Into an on-farm drying syq^ero if you decide to at^p AND dry your grain. It costs little more to own th« very beat A* you* local Butler Blue Ribbon Dealer, well be happy M discuss your grain storage needs with you. Just giv* M a call or stop by. There's no obligation, Tpwr tutl-tlne h«qd<piqr/w» far quoWty farm WE INVITE FURTHER INQUIRY JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT 116 So. Thorington ALGONA CY 4 ed the silver wedding anniversary of her sister, Mr and Mrs George Freese of Alden. Mrs Stoll cut the cake. Canasta Club met at the home of Mrs Lee Wittmeier Thursday evening, Sept. 20. Substitute player was Mrs Harold Ristau. Mrs Jessie Stripling got high prize and Mrs Harold Ristau was low. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs Melvin Kubly. The weekly meeting of Den 2 was held at the home of Mrs Edward • Lindebak, assistant Den Mother. All 8 members and Mrs Lillian Selby, Den Mother, were present. Timmy Stevens was chosen Denner. A.t this meeting the group was getting ready for and working on, a skit to be given at an all Den meeting later this month. The Jon Nelsons have moved .to Algpha. Their son, Jon, Jr., is a junior at the Algona high school. •They also have two daughters. Sonja and Karen, who both graduated from LuVerne high school. Mrs Earl Hanselman' ; entered Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Sept. 15 where she underwent treatment. Mrs Jessie Stripling, Mrs Clem Stripling, _Roy Guys, Jackv &t*ys, Joe and Jim Guy and the Robert Hardcopfs and Arthur W. Dimlers attended funeral services for Charles H. Clement, 67, Algona. Sunday evening visitors in Lu : Verne were the Dr. John M. Skog- mos, Fort Dodge, former dentist here, and his sister, Jeanette Skogmo, Des Moines. Mrs Gus Arne of Renwick was a Monday visitor a,t the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Gronbach. Sunday guests at he home of Henry Loerwald w.ere his daughter, the Donald Franks and Donald of Redondo Beach, Cal. Margaret Engel was a Sunday guest at the home of her daughter, the Loren Appenzellers of Cedar Falls, in honor of Mere dith's birthday. The Cecil Bakers and Williarr Priors were at Lake Pepin, Minn, fishing over the weekend. LeOta Ann Voss was a weekend visitor at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs John Voss Jr LeOta Ann is attending college at Ames. Mrs Martha Schneider and Mrs Adolph Koester left recently tr visit relatives in Kansas City, Mo. Mary Lee Hanselman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Hanselmap of Livermore, fell recently while attending a 4-H Skating party al the Algona Roller Rink and suffered a broken right wrist. Mrs Don Marnim of Humboldt was a recent visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs Richard Gronbach. Mr and Mrs Dennies Bickoeas were Friday to Monday guests at the John Grohs. Sonny Guess, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elden Guess, left recently for Minneapolis where she plans on going into the field of Medical Technology. Mr and Mrs Darryl Frederick and family of Livermore were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs John Groh in honor of Mrs Groh's birthday. Mrs Lowell Thomas and Terry and Stevie were overnight guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Lee, Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelmi. Kenneth and Ronald were Sunday- guests at the home of the Dennis WUhelmis of Belmond in honor of their daughter, Pamela's seventh birthday. Donald Thompson, son of Morris Thompsons, originally of Lu- Verne, was here visiting friends for a few days. Mr C. 0. McClellan was taken recently to Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge for observation. Robert Sanford, who visited here from Palm Dale, Calif., was honored guest Sunday evening at a family gathering. Guest present were his mother, Mrs Jessie h.js .tU'ftfeers. and sixers, &$ IH - Clear Lake, his mother, Mrs Marie, Mason City Francis Sanfords/Bill Chantlands, Allmon Hovicks and Norman Larsons of Badger, Bobby Caudles Mrs Nellie Ollson of Ellsworth 'James Traugers, Wayne Sanfords, Milton Wilhelmis of LuVerne. Other guests were Guy Giddings the Harold Wolfs and Junior Giddings of Dakota City. Mrs Richard Gronbach is recovering after- being ill for sometime. Linda Kubly was a weekend visitor -st. the home of her parents, Mr 'and Mrs Melvin Kubly. Linda is employed at Des Moines. Overnight, visitors at the-home of their grandparents, 'the 5 Eld Lenzes were the children of th'e" Harry Lenzes of Badger. The annual E.U.B. men's rally was held : in Fort Dodge' Sunday evening, Sept. 16. Those attending from LuVerne were Henry- Marty; Paul Blumer, John Blumer, Lawrence Marty, Carroll Marty, Harry Naffziger and Rev. Paul.J. Stevens. Swea-Eagle By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mr and Mrs Junior Ellis became parents of a baby boy Sept. 13 at Holy Family hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. Lyle and Arlo Krumwiede drove to Rochester -Wednesday to donate blood. The Lyle Krumwiede family attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for his brother, the Chris , Krumwiedes, at Triumph Sunday. On Wednesday, Mrs Harold Jones was a luncheon, guest of Mr and Mrs Fred Giegel at Algona to visit Mrs Leonard Hayes, the Tuesday, Oefober 2, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 former Anne Giegel of Mitchell, Neb. Swea Homemakers met at the Nora Olson home Sept. 11. Mrs Elvin Swanson had devotions. The lesson was given by Mrs Walter Campney of Burt. Mrs Albert Anderson entertained in honor of her daughter, Jennifer's llth birthday Thursday after school. After a social hour of fun and games the young ladies were guests at supper. Attending were Linda Thompson, Susan Payne, Phyllis Dontje, Marlene Mino, Darlene Govern, Kathleen Mino, Becky McCoy, Kandis Strayer, Viola Person and Carol Briggs. Mr and Mrs E. G. Jorgenson and boys, Ledyard, and Pvt. Darwin Jorgenson were Thursday evening supper guests at the Walter Hans home. The supper noted Mrs Jorgenson's birthday. ...Counsellors Mr and Mrs Gene Thompson and Mr and Mrs Elmer Franks and Rev. Cain took a group of 10 Baptist young folks to Eagle Grove Sunday for their Fall; Rally. Mr and^Mrs Herman Gabel and Sandra were"' Sunday s u"p*p*e? guests at the Martin Gabel home. Other guests were the Darold Gabels of Denver, Colo. The Gabels came Sept. 8 for the Hovey - Jones wedding and left Sept. 12. Air and Mrs Albert Anderson, Mr and Mrs Wayne Thompson and Mr and Mrs Darryl Mewlin attended a major league ball game at the Cities Tuesday. Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs Walter Goraczkow- ski Sept. 18, with Mrs Mancil Hurlburt assisting. Mrs Virgil Cummins of Fairmont presented fall fashions with her daughter, Carla, and Sonja Lee as models. A tour is being planned for Oct. Genera/Electric ,**>"} W EXCELLENCE IN UPRIGHTS MODEL U-4 The General Electric Deluxe Upright Vacuum Cleaner brings you the finest Upright for superior rug and floor care. The deluxe 7-pioce set of cleaning attachments for floors, upholstery, dusting, etc.— complete with floor and wall brush. No complicated adapters required. Simply connect positive locking hose to suction opening and switch to high gearl » Powerful 2-apecd motor, never jeeds oiling—use high speed for above-the-floor cleaning and low speed for finest deep-suction rug cleaning. * Suction control lever adjusts suction from high to low for rugs of varying thickness. * Power driven double spiral horsehair brush gets the du out of carpets Quickly and easily. t 3 adjustable brush positions for longer life. * Convenient toe-touch Handle Release Pedal — 3 position* for easier cleaning. * Extra targe disposable filter 4/f th««9 ftaturt* mart. Sue It today at Beecher Lane Appliance "The Wildesf Trader In Town" CY 4-3$ 1 ? Algona 215 E. State The meeting was conducted by the new officers for the years. Mrs Jim Rock as president, Mrs Paul Wiechmann, vice president and Mrs Lavern Larson, secretary. Mr and Mrs Harry Lund were at the Carl Simmons home at Armstrong for Mr Simmons' birthday. Mr Simmons is the father of Mrs Lund. The Swea - Harrison Homemaker's tour will be Sept. 25, leaving at 8:30 a.m. If you plan to go, contact Mrs Elvin Swanson or Mrs August J. Peterson before Sept. 23, so transportation and lunch reservations can be arranged. Anyone welcome to go. The Harvey Larsons drove to Northfield Sunday to take Carman to begin her sophomore year at St. Olaf College. STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Moines. The undcr-niniuird Burl Boars of the Stnte I.ino Conference are shown in the above photo Coach Lew Finch's team dropped its first two games of the year and are hampered by lack of enough squad members for scrimmages. Shown above arc members of the Rurt squad. They are, left to right, front row, D;i\ id Bunkofskc, Jerry Kissncr, Gerald Hilton, Jerry Gifford, Terry Cook, Brian Zwiofel, Rny Lichlcr, Bill Hamilton, Bill VVcrmers, Ray Spry and Eugene Gardner. In back, left lo right. Coach Lew Finch, who is beginning his third year at Burt, Doug Black, Menvyn Cunningham, Joe Fries, Eugene Meistcr, Robert Orlman, Roger Giddings, Richard Gcbken, Darrell ParcAl and Assistant Coach Ron Charlson. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) Hobby Show For October 26 The Extension Family Living Committee will sponsor its seventh annual Hobby and Craft Show, Friday, Oct. 26, at the Algona Hotel from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to Dean L. Barnes, county extension director, Algona. A number of people with interesting hobbies or craft work abilities arc bc;ing contacted to come to the show and display their hobby or craft to the public. The show will be free to anyone wishing to attend. Persons having a hobby or craft that they would like to display should contact Barnes at the Extension Office in Algona. The Extension Family Living Committee members can also be contacted, they are Mrs Everott Hanna, Lone Rock; Mrs Henry Sleenhard, Lakota; Mrs August Brandt, Swea City; Mrs J. B. 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