The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1962
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Sports Car Crash; Driver Lives Patricia Schneider wed* It is hard to believe, but the driver of the demolished auto shown here, Richard .1. Dunne, 40, Algona, is reportedly in good condition at St. Ann hospital where he was rushed for treatment following a mishap l n i miles north of Burt on highway 1G9 at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21. Dunne suffered a concussion and numerous other head injuries in the crash. He was headed south in his l!)5f) Triumph sports car when the mishap occurred. The auto veered off the highway when the driver apparently lost control, slammed into and knocked over two utility piles, throwing the driver out on the ground, then continued to roll into a field for another flO feet before coming to rest as shown here. Parts of the vehicle were strewn over the entire area and the driver was found lying near one of the utility poles. County Sheriff Ralph I.indhorst, who took this picture, and Marshal Walter Steward of Burt investigated the crash. Dunne is employed as a salesman for radio station KLGA here. ' *^«»»» Another salesman for the radio station. Jim Cavenaugh, was headed lo Algona about the same time Wednesday on McGregor Street road when his auto skidded on the blacktop highway and struck the rear of a pickup owned by Harvey Jergenson who farms nearby. According to the accident report. Mr. Jergenson had stopped to pick up the mail from his mail box beside the highway, three miles \vest of Algona, when the Cavenaugh auto struck it. Fortunately, there were no personal injuries reported in this crash. Minor damage resulted to the truck and S450 damage resulted to the Cavenaugh auto. (UDM Engraving) 6-Algono (lo.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 27, 1962 that evening, at 8 p.m. The final motion picture production will be "Sweethearts", featuring Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy, two of the foremost singers of a few years back. Warm Readings Get Friendly Greef/ng With the e\ppDtion of a pair of low readings dn and 20 degrees 1 perfect l;ite fall weather prevailed in this area during the past week. The low marks wfre registered Wednesday. \ov. 21. and Sunday, Nov. 25. Meanwhile, hiehs during the week ranged from 41 to 52 with the latter readinc registered Sunday afternoon at the local weather station at KLGA Precipitation was limited to .01 of an inch Nov 21, according tn the record. Area residents arc expecting a cold blast out of the north which will put a sudden end to our fine weather. It should be noted that very few persons are hoping for cold we tther, howe\er. Barbershoppers On Stage Here Wednesday Nite I As a special feature of the final showing of a "Golden Operetta" motion picture, Wednesday, Nov. 28, the entire Kossuth County Bar- bershoppers Chorus will appear on the stage of the Algona Theatre 11 New Members Join Local Newcomers Club Algona Newcomers Club met Nov. 20 at the Algona Hotel. Hostesses were Mrs Ed Hibbs and Mrs Walter Ewen and Karen Navoi- chick gave a program on exercising. The door prize was won by Mrs Bill Rogers, Mrs John Shaw won high in bridge and Mrs Don Long won high in 500. Eleven new members were present. They were Mesdames Linn Yohn, Joe Easter, Marten Smith, Dick Wolf, John Reilly, Fred Breidert, Stan Honken, James Hinton, John Gorton, Jack Perkins and Lynston Anderson. The next meeting will be Dec. 18 and each member is to bring a Christmas decoration she has made. last week in a very close and exciting game. The half time score was LuVerne 23, the Lancers 22. The final score was LuVerne (51, the Lancers 54. High scorer for LuVerne was Bernard Schncle with 20 points. Winther was high scorer fof Mer- servey-Thornton with .12 points. LuVerne's record so far this season is three wins and no losses. The LuVerne girls also won over Merservey-Thornton 52 - 30. This was the second win for LuVerne this yeaf. The Llonetts fecofd Is two wins and two losses. High scorer for LuVerne was tlaeann Brink with 20 points. STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper Dei Maine* Pub. Cd» New Members Xi Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday at the home of LaVonne Peer. New members received into the chapter and given the Exemplar Degree were Marie O'Brien and Maxine Clegg. The next meeting will be at the home of Ruth Thuente Tuesday, Dec. 4. Patricia Schneider, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider, and Charles Hartwig were married Sunday, Nov. 18, in Trinity Lutheran church, Ptev. G. J. C. Gerike officiating at the double ring ceremony. Attendants were Mrs Marvin Schafer, Delores Leek, Marvin Hoick and James Hartwig. Karen Larson was flower girl and David Simon ringbearer. Ushers were Steven Greiman and David Abele. Nuptial music was provided by Marvin Huber soloist, and organ meditations by Wilbert Ruhnke. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white peau taffeta and beaded Swiss lace applique with floor-length skirt, controlled bell silhouette, scoop neckline and bodice en- chanced with beaded lace and the Jong sleeves were fashioned with points over the hands. The full skirt was made with flat front and asymmetrical designer's pleats on the sides and back. Two self- fabric roses with wide streamers add back interest as well as stvle and charm. A reception was held in the social rooms of the church. After a wedding trip to the 07- arks, the couple will be at home in Kanawha on a farm. Mrs Hartwig will for a time continue in the employ of Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt, attorneys." (L'DM Engraving) ^^^r^^^^^~ ^^^^^^^^^. ^^^^^^^^^t ^^—-^^^^^^ FREE .S. SAVING BONDS FIRST WEEK $25.00 Drawing to be held after closing hours SAT., DEC. 8 SECOND WEEK $25.00 Drawing to be held after closing hours SAT., DEC. 15 THIRD WEEK $100.00 ALL ENTRIES ARE ELIGIBLE. DRAWING TO BE HELD SAT., DEC. 22. Have Unbeaten Record Going LuVerne boys won over Merscr- vey - Thornton Tuesday night of HERE'S HOW IT WORKS Come into our bank and register each week for free U.S. Savings Bonds. No jingles to write . . . you do not have to be a customer . . . you do not hove to be present to win. All winners names will be posted in our window on Monday mornings. On the final week all names go into the box for the grand prize of a $100.00 U.S. Savings Bond. Register each week. ALGONA'S HOME-OWNED BANK STATE BANK Member of F.D.I.C. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND'S CHRISTMAS GE The Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov. •ek's readings: R .01 MEN'S PULL ON BOOTS FOR DRESS $2.99 MIEN'S 4 BUCKLE DRESS OVERSHOES .__ 3.99 MEN'S_ZI_PPER OVERSHOES -3.99 MEN'S 4 BUCKLE'OVERSHOES 4.99 MEN'S 5 BUCKLE OVERSHOES 5 99 RUBBER INSUL. BOOTS STEEL SHANK. Reg. $9.95 - NOT ALL SIZES 5.99 REAP IN THE SAVINGS Ex-Burt Man Dies At Home In Sioux Falls Ben Manila. 71 uln> «,-,- Ix.rn al Hurt, died in |,i, .|,...|, ;i | | h , , iMI)| . •HI hi* farm S|,, U \ K,,n Su Oak , .\i,-, l'i n,,, M i),., ]- |;.,, )(| he ucut in Sin,,\ KalU \utli Ins parent*. Mr ami \1, , C| K ,, llamia in HIIIL' ^ Funer.,I semre, ..i,.re held i,t East Hud 1.Hint-ran (huich al Sioux Full.-, \(n .'I |||. i-, ^urvu- ed by his widnu. Marnnreth Cousins from ih;s area \Um ai tended final rites unladed KM . rett and Bob Mann.,, l.unr K,,,-k Alfred Scliem k ami Mis Sdiemk. Algona, and Mi ami Mi - |( llN .\], Whorti-r, Hurl. GIRL'S WASH 'N WEAR PARKAS Sizes 4 to 14 Not all sizes In all colors Ki'gular $7.95 AT DIAMOND'S Out They Go BOYS WASH 'N WEAR PARKAS /ip Off Hood, Orion insulated quilted lining, Six colors, Sizes 4-12, Reg. $9.95 AT DIAMOND'S S7.1I INSULATED JACKET J^ »•" 5 oz - Bonded Dacron, feather weight but a ton of warmth AT DIAMOND'S AS TREE in Algona is now on display at PUDior'iJii i FC onr/M^r 1 tHKiMJrllLLES STORE (Second Floor) Every Holiday Season, the CHRISCHILLES STORE visits the Elmore Nursery lot in Elmore, Minnesota and selects the most beautiful, graceful pine available. This year, we were fortunate in securing an exceptionally fine tree . . . fuller, heavily pined and naturally ornamented with tiny cones. We have added over 200 lights, hundreds of costly imported decorations and now present it as a true token of the Christmas spirit. , 4 From County I.S.U. Graduates Four students from tin., area were among :;IO nvfiung dipln mas from Iowa State. rni\eiMi\ last Wednesday. They were as follows: Fenton — Wrn. K. Berkland, ag ricultural journalism, son of lieu- ben Htirkland. Ledyard—Evelyn L. Mino, home economics education, daughter of Leonard Mino. Lone Rock — Janice M. Bierstedt, textiles and clothing, daughter of .Mr and Mrs Kaluh Bier- Stedt. Wesley — Ernest N. Carlson, agricultural business, son of Mr and Mrs Guy Carlson. SLEEVE NYLON NECK SWEAT ',i SHIRTS ^Y Almost all colors of the rainbow plus a more. Reg. S2.79 AT DIAMOND'S $1.98 MEN'S B-15 JACKET Knit cuffs and waist band, regular $10.95 AT DIAMOND'S MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Your choice of S-M-L-XL or select sizes 15', s -16 etc. Values to $2.9 AT DIAMOND'S $1.99 MEN'S ALL RUBBER RAIN SUITS Reg. $6.95 AT DIAMOND'S THERMAL LINED HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS Draw string hood, lined muff, 3 colors, all sizes S-XL THERMAL UNDERWEAR "Navy 1 * Wonder Fabric" Warmth without weight. Reg. $3.89. Top or bottom. S- M-L-XL AT DIAMOND'S By all means, come in and see it. Bring the children . . . they'll never forget the beauty of this lovely Christmas sight. The kiddies are always fascinated by the nests, with actual eggs, that nestle among the branches. Also the many unique ornaments which are added from year to year. This is your invitation to see this gorgeous spectacle. And while you're here, see the hundreds of gifts now on display for your holiday list. But you'll not be urged to buy. rse

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