The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 17
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OW War Horses Say "Come On, Garrigan, Let's Go" Ray Langfitt is always for a good show. Make it a good one, Bears, then relax at the Algona Theatre. It's a tie between work & football at Algona Plumbing & Heating but you'll sec Adolph Oakland cheering you beyond a tie. VVnlt Hall at Algona Implement says: Run 'em thru the spreader, boys and really plow 'em under. Bccchcrizc O'Gorman, clean their (Westing) house. Vacuum them off the field and lay 'em on the carpel every play. Clyde Bronson knows that the Bears are built well and can win Friday. You see, building is his business. Jim Milder knows the will be cooking with gas, nothing but LP (long from Thermogas. "Bo" Bohannon will insure the Bears any day, but he thinks O'Gorman will be a bad risk after Friday's game. Sam .Davis of Farmers Service Center says: "Any good team can win if they don't care who gets the credit." Howard Miller of Lindsay Soft Water says: If that O'Gorman line is too hard, we'll soften it up fast. Fred Jr. of Kent Motor Co. says we have a "Gulaxie" of stars on the Garrigan team. Show 'em Friday. Floyd Holt, Directory Service Co. — "We'll show O'Gorman the way to go homo, without a directory." Bill, Jr. of Dan's Garage wants you to smash O'Gorman beyond repair. Your timing is good so make your transmissions work. Hood (Gene) Insurance Agency will insure everything but the O' (ionium "Ashes". Out at Taylor corners, Dean Taylor wants you to hit O'Gorman so hard they'll sec stars & maybe a "Comet" or two. Curly says to knock O'Gorman on their I'rutt, electrify your line to give us a shocking victory. I'ratt Electric will light the way. Bustlutr Bros. "New Idea" is tu send them lioiiw VIM way of or "Molinc". Clayton I'ercival is behind you 1UUS< Bears, You certainly are dependable, just like the dc- l>eudabU)» at Percivul Motors. Walt Hall Honored Walt Hall of Algona Implement was presented with a Truck Service Award from International Harvest for the third consecutive year, last week, by Dewey Bredall, former Algona resident and now zone manager of the company at Mason City. The award is based on service connected with trucks. Sheridan Cook of United Building Center says: "Crib" O'Gor- nian, "nail" 'em every play and watch the Bears score multiply "2 x 4's". Frank Moulton, Bjustrom's Furniture — "If you knock 'cm way down under like our sale prices, you too will be sale-ing. Joe Bradley can piek a winner, so plow 'em under and rake 'em over, Bears. .lorry Ferris has a full tank of energy for you Bears . . . . use it well . . . it's dependable ton. Dick says In fias 'cm gnod & hard Friday. Cook's Welders have plenty of oxygen. Bears using plays) Corwin Peer, blocker for Dale Cole, has our hopes elevated sky high. Don't let us down Bears. Bring home the bacon this Friday, Bears. The fresh eggs are at Ron & Jacks. ('lair Blossom thinks the Golden Bears are a good risk as he's willing to loan them most anything. Make O'fiorinaii SIT an array of Colors for Carson's. Diiane wants you to decorate them good. Alfred Scluill/ s;iys: Bears have plenty of to oiler, just like Selmltz Bros. The (lolden good things we do at BllUUDAY The Amiga Circle of Belmond honored the 90th birthday anniversary of Mrs A. L. Tennis, a long time member of the club. Another special guest was Mrs Jesse Bras, also 90 years old and is the only living charter member Q[ toe Circle. 5 New Members Received By 5f.JoeC.D.A. St. Joe — C.D.A. mot Oct. 10 in St. Joseph's school with grand regent, Mrs Francis Eroeldinc I residing. Rosary was led by Mrs Milford Plathe and Mrs Wm. McGuire. Reception of new members was held Monday, Oct. 15, with a 6:30 dinner proceeding the ceremonies with the following applying for membership: Mrs Donald Bormann, Mrs James Bormann, Mrs Peter Bormann, Mrs Connie Kunkel and Nancy Willfong. Court communion is scheduled for Oct. 21 at the 8 o'clock mass in St. Joseph's church. A DCCW State Convention is tr be held at Carroll in Kuemper high school with CDA members and parish ladies attending Wednesday, Oct. 17. A CDA workshop will be held in Algona Oct. 27 with reservations to be made by Oct. 24 with Mrs Elmer Dole, grand rpgent from St. Cecelia's court in Algona or with Mrs Francis Erpelding, Mrs Mil ford Plathe or Mrs Nicholas Weydert. All officers are expected tr attend with all members invited. A Day of Recollection is to be held Nov. 11. Following the meeting, lunch was served, followed by a social hour. Mildred Bormann and Mrs Richard McKenna received prizes in cards with Mrs John Hilbert receiving the plate prize. Committee in charge of arrangements were Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs Peter Becker, Mrs Vernon Berte, Mrs William Thilges. Mrs William Bormann, Mrs Edward Bormann, Agnes Berte and Mrs John Geischecker. Committee in charge of the reception dinner were Mrs Alvin Klein, Mrs E. M. Gales, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mrs Maurice Keel ing, Mrs Marvin Sawyer, Mrs De- leano Grimm, Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Mrs Connie Kohlhaas and Mrs Leonard McGuire. Wed US Years Mr and Mrs Joseph Becker observed their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 7 with 100 relatives and friends gathering in the Legion hall at Livermore in the evening. Mrs Becker, the former Christine Origer, daughter of the late John Origer and Mrs John Origer of West Bend, formerly from Whittemore, and Joseph Becker, son of the late Joseph and Margaret Becker from here have lived on their farm south of St. Joe all 25 years. Mr and Mrs Becker have five daughters and one son. They are Mrs James (Jean) Larsen, Norma, Eleanor, Delures, Joseph and Mary. Mrs lleinald Sal? was pleasantly surprised Friday evening when relatives and friends gathered for a social evening to help her observe her birthday. Attending were Mr and Mrs Pete Werling, Mr and Mrs Clete Salz, Mr and Mrs Torn MeKeown, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mr and Mrs Florian Faber and Mr and Mrs Adam Keiuald SaU, a by her mother, Mrs Anna Faber from here and Mr and Mrs Louis Fuhrmann from Algona, were Sunday visitors with Mr and Mrs John Thill at St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire spent Sunday in Dubuque visiting their daughters, Sister M. Adeline at Mt. St. Francis Convent and Florence McGuire at Immaculate Conception Aspirancy. Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann from here, accompanied by Mr and Mrs George Bormann from Alta Vista, were on a trip last week through eastern Iowa and Wisconsin. Karen Darnell Shower Honoree At Ledyard l.edyard — A miscellaneous shower was held at the BeLhany Evangelical and Reformed church Tuesday evening for Karen Darnell, who will be married October 20 to Jon Gilbertson. Mrs Burdccn Kerr and Mrs Marge Smith of Elmore poured. Mrs Duane Darnell registered the Tuesday, October 16, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Dos Moines—5 170 guests who attended. Mrs Arthur Rink sine ier was mistress of ceremonies for the »ro- fram. Triking Dart were Mrs Mar- , vin Junkermcier, Mrs M:uiric" I Kcil, Mrs Dan-el Johnson, Mr': Victor Vriesen, Mrs William Ran man, Mrs Art Hunk ,'iieirr anil Janet Johnson. Hostesses were- llv Grace ciivle and friends and relatives. Assisting Karen at the gift tab 1 'were Mrs Don Ehrich, Mrs Duane Darnell and Janet Johnson. Gif! bearers were f.irnur Sunday School children of Karen's. Three grandmnthnrs were present for the occasion, Mrs Louis Anderson of Blue Earth, Mrs Ida Darnell and Mrs George Jacobson, both of Lcdvard. Mrs Bertha E. White, who has been a secretary For die insurance firm of T. U. Watts £ Son for the past :14 years, has retired. Mrs White is from Grand Junction, THE DEPENDABLES ARE HERE! YOU'LL HARDLY BE ABLE TO CONTAIN YOURSELVES BUT THE 1963 DART WILL NTRODUCING Dart's a new kind of compact in the large economy size. It's got family-size room, family-sue comfort. Nobody gets short-changed. The rooflme sweeps 1 AH An A fflT stra '9 nt back instead of sloping off. That means lots of head• ||l/|§Jf|| I room i front and rear. Plenty of comfort for everyone aboard. JUIVI •llU I Dart ' s to ° roomy to be a compact, but too darned thrifty to be M An AV" anything else. Dart's standard Six is as easy on gas as other li§Q|ll«L com P acts - but tne comparison ends right there. This same Six • •||II|ir has the muscle of an eight. You get sizzle, space and savings. M* W Wfe Compact Dodge Dart, backed with a5-year/50,000-mile warranty*. placement OF repai; (of i yean 0( 50.000 mi'les, whichever comes lifit on"liie en^'iia bi«\'7i7d7!i*id"tleu!ti V pri irtUrnal parts torgut converter drive thai!, universal jomlt ticiuilmg dual cuverj re*i 41,« an<j jiHenrniidi * piovided Ihi vehidi rut been serviced ll rea»grnbi« mKu.ili scolding to trie Dodge Cirlilna Ui Cdie jcheUuiH r Uctured parti may bi used to; replacement A FRESH NEW COMPACT IN THE LARGE ECONOMY SIZE! PERCIVAL MOTORS, Inc., 800 South Phillips St, Algona ummu.ju.SEE THE NEW HOUR-LONQ TV SHOW, "EMPIRE", ON NBC-TV, TULSDAYS. BROUGHT 10 YOU BY OODOE DIVISION CHRYSLER M'JTOHS

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