The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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, (le ) Upt>ftr to* Moinet Thursday, March 18, 1965 I*/ I r~L VVGO iGD. Bii*4 DUll BURT - In a single ring ceremony performed by Rev. Bruce Calbreath at the Burt Presbyterian church February 20, Mrs. Ruth O. Petersen, Burt, became the bride of Mennet Trunkhlll, also of Burt. Attending the couple were the groom's daughter, Mrs. Dave Weston, Rockford, 111., and the bride's son, Jerry Petersen of Algtma. A. reception followed the ceremony at Cunninghams Tea Toom for members of the Immediate families. Following a month's honeymoon In California, the Trunkhllls will ,be at home at his farm east of Burt. While In California they will visit with the former's daughter and family, the Harold Drabs and with former Burt friends. AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SfflERK MR. AND MRS. Joe Bradley and John will spend the weekend in Omaha, where they will attend; Parents' Weekend at Du- Chesne, where their two daughters, Mary and Victoria are students. Mary is a member of the DuChesne Singers, who will appear in concert jointly with the Notre Dame Glee Club. - o - DELTHEA SfflERK, daughter of Mrs. Cameron C. Shierk, Jr., and a freshman at Northwest Missouri State College, has been named to the Dean's list for her academic achievement, having earned straight A grades in a course as a science major. Delthea was recently pledge to the Phi Mu sorority and has taken an active part in student affairs on campus. - o MR. AND MRS. Don Hemmingsen spent last Thursday in Sioux Falls, where Mr. Hemmingsen counselled with ten boys and their families, as a' preliminary to the boys' being entered a't the Air Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. - o MR. AND MRS. Max Barth- SEE Dau's Garage Last! For that Used Car. We invite comparison with used cars you may have looked over. Dau's Used Cars offer that little bit extra in superb conditioning. See Tom Frankl or William F. Dau & make your choice from the following: 1964 OLDSMOBILE F-85 Cutlass, straight stick, radio, heater, whltewall tiros, whit* color, rod Intorlor. 13,000 mllos. NOW $2495 J963 OLDSMOBILE Supor 88 Colobrlty Sodan, air con- ' ditlonlng, Hydramatlc, radio, hoator, pwr. strg., powor brakos, autronlc oyo. 1963 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88 4 door Sodan, Hydra- matlc, radio, hoator, pwr. slowing, pwr. brakos, whito sldowall tiros. 1963 FORD Oalaxio 500 4 door Sodan, automatic transmission, radio, hoator, powor brakos. Ono ownor. NOW $1925 1963 F-85 4 door Sodan, straight stick, radio, hoator. A low mitoago economical car. __ NOW $1595 1963 RAMBLER Classic 660 4 door Station Wagon, ovordrlvo transmission, hoator, oloctrlc clock. NOW $1795 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door Sodan, automatic transmission, radio, hoator, whitowall tiros. NOW $1795 1962 RAMBLER Doluxo 4 door Station Wagon, radio, hoator, overdrive transmission, reclining soats. NOW -' $1295 1961 CHEVROLET V8, Nomad 4 door Station Wagon, automatic transmission, radio, hooter, powor steering, powor brakos, white sidowall tiros. NOW $1395 1961 RAMBLER Custom, 4 dr. Station Wagon, overdrive, radio and hoator. Green color __ $1195 1961 COMET 6 eyl., 4 dr. Station Wagon with straight stick. R & H and whitewall tires, only __ $995 1960 BUICK Invieta 4 door Station Wagon, automatic transmission, radio, hooter, powor steering, pwr. brakes, white sidewall tiros. NOW $1595 1960 FORD Galaxie 500 4 door Sodan, automatic transmission, radio, heater, power steering, white sidewall tires. 1959 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 door, Hydramatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, whitewall tires. 1957 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 door, Hydramatic, R & K, power brakes. NOW $595 1957 FORD 6 cylinder 2 door Station Wagon, straight stick with overdrive, radio, heater. NOW $475 1956 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4 door, Hydramatic, R * H, now beige paint job. n A U'S OLDSMOBILE DAU 9 & RAMBLER 129 South Dodge ALGONA, IOWA olomew left Monday to spend three days in Des Moines at the State Convention of Lumbermen of Iowa. They returned yesterday. - o - MR. AND MRS. Sheridan Cook spent from Monday through Wednesday at the Iowa Lumbermen's state convention In Des Moines. - o - ALWIN HUENHOLD, Joseph Skow, Karl Killsholm and Richard Mawdsley attended a national meeting of Presbyterian Men in Chicago last Frl., Sat. and Sun. at the Palmer House. Sunday, Mr. Huenhold and daughter, Joyce, nurse at Presbyterian- St. Luke's hospital, spent the afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Aalderks and family In West Chicago, - o - MR. AND MRS. Claude Slagle left Tuesday for Cal. and other points west, They will be gone about three and a half weeks. - o - MR. AND MRS. John Kohlhaas returned home recently following a lengthy visit with their son, John, Jr. and family at Corpus Christie, Tex. - o - MR. AND MRS. Fred Pannkuk returned home Friday from a trip to the west coast They visited their son and family at Thousand Oaks, Cal. and took various sightseeing trips. They traveled north to Santa Barbara and Solvang and south to San Diego and Coronada. When returning home they stopped In El Paso, Tex. to visit friends. - o - JERRY ANDERSON, Ed Bowman and Ray Johnson, local contractors, spent Wednesday at the Iowa Lumberman's convention in Des Moines. - o - BEL CANTO music club will meet next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Newton Coughenour, with Mrs. Kirk Hayes and Mrs. Casey Loss as co-hostesses. The program will be presented by Mrs. James Dodds, Mrs. Glen Graham and Mrs. John Hayes. - o MR. AND MRS. Clifford Llve- dalen of Minneapolis arrived Wednesday to visit Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas, who entertained Dr. . and Mrs. Karl Hoffman at dinner Friday evening. Mrs. Livedalen is the former Anita Kohlhaas. - o MR. AND MRS. Burton Harmes, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chrischilles and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg, left Wednesday for a three-week vacation. Leaving by plane from Omaha, they spent the balance of the week In Las Vegas and New Mexico, continuing on to Palm Springs, California. Each couple will spend sometime with friends or relatives In California. - o •• MR. AND MRS. S. W. George and Wayne and Nancy of Storm Lake were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Mrs. George Is a sister of Mrs. Hemmingsen. The families attended the Storm Lake-Clear Lake basketball game Friday evening. SUE HEMMINGSEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, has been accepted for entrance by the St. Barnabas School of Nursing in Minneapolis. A senior In high school, she will enter nurses' training next September. - o KENDRA SEELY, student at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely. Kendra has recently been pledged to Phi Mu sorority, an affiliate of the national Zeta Lambda sorority. She is a freshman, enrolled in business education. - o - MILES SLON1KER, district governor, spoke Thursday evening at a meeting of the Lions Club at Rockwell. Wesleyan Will Wed Corwith Girl In April WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ezarski of Corwith announce the engagement of their daughter, Marelen Jo, to Alan Jordan, son of Mrs. Leila Jordan of Wesley and Des Moines. An April 24 wedding is planned at St. Mary's Catholic church in Corwith. Miss Etarski is employed at I State Federal Savings and Loan J Association of Des Moines. Her fiance will graduate from Drake University in June with a bachelor of science degree in business management. Both are 1961 graduates of Corwith - Wesley Community School. - o - PRAIRIE NEIGHBORS Prairie Neighbors held an all- day meeting at the Lou Lickteig home March 9. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. Opal Nygaard and Marilyn Lickteig gave the lesson on nutrition short course. The April 20 meeting will be at the Tom Lickteig home. - c - Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Studer and Brent of Kanawha were March 7 guests in the parental Herman Studer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Schwaller of Templeton came March 7 and took her mother, Mrs. Mary Blumel, to their home where she is recuperating from head Injuries sustained in a fall on Ice near St. Josephs parsonage where she is housekeeper. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Meurer and Jim went to Des Moines Thursday where Mr. Meurer had a medical check-up at Veterans hospital. Larry Grandgenetts entertained their 500 club March 7. Prize winners were Dale Dornbier, Larry Grandgenett, Mrs. Bill Goetz and Mrs. Jack Vitzthum. The Alvin Beckers will entertain the group at cards March 21. Thomas Ke liner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner of Bode, recently graduated from Universal Trade School at Omaha after nine months of training. He completed a course in auto mechanics. Kellner is a Garrigan high school graduate and is a grandson of Mrs. Sophia Hildman of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blelch returned recently to their home from Ames where they had lived the past six months. He had been a surgical patient in Veterans hospital at Des Moines twice. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Seller helped the Dale Swaneys move to Britt from a farm near there. The Wilfred, Ray, Tom, Duane Beckers, Mrs. Justine Becker and the Bernard Kunkels attended the funeral of a cousin, Father Francis Illg, 64, at St. Joseph's Catholic church at St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cruise are parents of their second child, Denise Marie, 6pounds, 3 ounces, who was born March 5 at the ' QUALITY USED CARS 1964 BUICK Le Sabre 4 door, powor steering, 18,000 actual miles. 1963 BUICK Estate Station Wagon, 2 tone blue & white, full powor, top carrier, ono owner, low miloago. 1963 BUICK Wildcat - 4 dr. hardtop, custom Interior' & center console, bucket seats, black interior whito exterior 1963 PONTIAC Tempest - 4 dr. R & H, straight stick. 1962 IMPALA 4 dr. hardtop, radio, heater, automatic, red Interior, white exterior. Can not be told from new. 1962 IMPALA 4 dr. Sedan, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, automatic, factory air conditioning. 1962 FORD Fairlane "500", white In color with red interior. Full power, radio and heater. 1961 COMET - 4 dr., radio, heater, straight stick. White with red top. 1960 STUDEBAKER Lark, 4 dr., 6 cyl. Straight stick. 1960 CADILLAC - 4 door, 6 window, full power, air conditioning. Beautiful light blue in color. 1959 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door hardtop, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater. Red with white top. 1958 BUICK Estate Wagon one owner, local car. Low mileage, pwr. stg., power brakes. Bronze color, automatic. 1957 OLDSMOBILE 4 door, low mileage and very clean. Schultz Bros. 'Transportation Headquarters" S. Phillips Algona Britt hospital. Their other child John David Is 13 months old. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Studer and family of Iowa Falls were March 7 guests in the parental Herman Studer and Richard Smith homes. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen left March 9 for a vacation in the Ozarks. He fell on ice recently and suffered a shoulder injury. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease went to Iowa Falls March 9, to visit their son Loren and family. Sandra Jean was born that morning to the young couple who have two other daughters, Susan and Sharon. L. L. Lease returned that evening, but grandma stayed for 10 days. Mrs. Justine Becker was honored at a birthday party at the home of her daughter, the Arnold Kollasch's at Whittemore March 7. Other sons and daughters who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vaske, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Don Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Berte, St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Baumann, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brcka, Forest City, and Mrs. Justine Becker, Bob, Joyce and Jane of Wesley. Sylvia Ann Cink, daughter of the Lou Cinks, came for the funeral of her grandfather, Geo. Cink recently. She is employed at the Navy Annex, Arlington, Va. Supper guests in the Lou Cink home March 9 In honor of the llth birthday of Maria Cink were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schlck, Algona, and the Henry Eisenbarth family of Lu Verne. Mrs. Viola Studer, accompanied by Mrs. Gayle Studer and Jeff, of Algona and Mrs. Merle Ferguson of Cedar Rapids, were Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Gayle Studer's sister, Mrs. Bud Hauptrnan and family in Bancroft. They visited Mrs. Ferguson's brother-in-law, Will Becker of Algona, who is a resident of Heritage Rest Home. Mrs. Ferguson's sister, Mrs. Ethel Putney, who had been at the rest home Is a patient at'st. Ann's hospital. Union Boys 4-H Union Boys 4-H met March 9 at the Civic Center. A demonstration and talk on grooming and caring for calves was given by Dean Dodds. The basketball tournament was discussed. Whittemore ly Art Heldenwlth Fred Helmke was released from St. Ann Hospital Friday and taken to Rochester, Minn. Simon Elbert entered St. Ann hospital Saturday after being released from Rochester, Minn. M. J. Erdman entered St. Ann hospital Sunday and had surgery Monday. Clarence Hentges went to Iowa City last week and was to have surgery Monday. Mrs. William Lauck is recuperating at her home after being discharged from Palo Alto County hospital in Emmetsburg. Mrs. Marie Schmeling visited her son, Wilferd, Wednesday, a patient in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he underwent surgery two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elbert, Mrs. Rose Schumacher and Otto Elbert were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Schumacher home in honor of Debbie's seventh birthday. The immediate families of William Meyer Sr. helped him celebrate his 86th birthday Tuesday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr., of here; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer of Lotts Creek. . Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Meyer and family moved to afarm three miles north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son, Lyle, of Estherville were Saturday overnight guests at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heid- enwlth. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaux, parents of Mrs. Helden- with, in West Bend. Mrs. Vaux had been to Iowa city where she went through the clinic for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ostwald had as Sunday dinner guests In honor of Theo. Ostwald and Herman Brass of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ostwald of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Deb Ostwald and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Wagner and daughters. Ronald Kenne, who attends School of Art in Minneapolis, was a weekend guest at the home of his parents, Mr.andMrs. Ray Kenne. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schuller went to Mason City airport Wednesday morning to meet their son, Gerald, who spent five days vacation at home. Glfald Is employed by T. W. A. Airlines at Los Angeles. Last Sunday, Mrs. Walter Stru- ecker had as dinner guests in honor of her husband's birthday Mr. and Mrs. BillKltcnenmaster of Steen, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Eli Kltchenmaster of Hills, Minn., Mf. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and boys of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr. and boys of West Bend. Thursday evening guests in honor of him were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heldt and sons of Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and sons of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin St meeker. St. Michael's Rosary Society held Its monthly meeting Tuesday night. Dinner was served by circle one and cards followed. Isabel Besch won high and Norma Bormann second high. Mrs. Joe Besch won the plate prize by having the birthday nearest, St. Patrick's Day. Dick Elbert and his sister, Mrs. Marie Schiltz of Mason City came to attend the Lauck funeral and they also visited at the Andy Elbert home. Mr. and Mrs. George Gengler accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gengler to Eagle Grove Sunday to attend the confirmation of Ricky Ristau for whom George was a sponsor. They were all supper guests at the Bill Ristau home. Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser received word that her grandson Donald Waechter arrived in Viet Nam. Daniel P. Ludwig has been made Airman 3rd class and is now going to school at Lowrey A.F.B. at Denver, Colo. Michael (Micky) Zimmerman arrived home Friday evening on a furlough. He is to report April 7 at Fort Dix, New Jersey, from where he will go to Germany. Henry H. Haag, son of Mr. and M>s. Henry S. Haag, has returned to Whittemore after separation from active duty in the Navy. His Navy service was spent on the U.S.S. Wilkinson. Before returning home he spent some time in New York, Washington, D.C., Little Rock, Arkansas and Omaha. v Mrs. Leroy Elbert was a surgical patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday. ... Virginia Buftton entered St. Ann hospital Thursday as a medical patient. Herman Wichtendahl was discharged Sunday from St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Bernard Bell wenttolowa Citv last week for a check-up. Gets Medal Lt. Harold Amfahr, son of Matt Amfahr, Algona, recently received the Commendation Medal from Col. Stoney for his service as maintenance control officer at Beale AFB, Cal. between Feb. 7, 1963 and Aug. 31, 1964. The medal was a result of Amfahr's recommendations to correct design deficiencies in the communications system at the base. He has been in the- Air Force since August, 1962. Surface temperature of the sun. averages 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. FOR A COMPLETE lino of i 'new steel rods, shoots, an- Ifltti, flats, channel I beams, decks, plat* and plpo, Seo COOK'S SCRAP IRON and METAL, Algona, la. 15-22* For Your Auction CONTACT DALE YUNGEBERG YOUR LOCAL AUCTIONEER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE-BONDED LIVESTOCK DEALER TELE. 5-3393 or 5-3593 ALGONA Remember oar Wesley Livestock Auction oi Wecley every 8»tur<Uy . HERE'S REAL VALUE . . ? A USED CAR AND TRUCK BONANZA! ... (AND A FINE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM) ONLY 7 DAYS - THROUGH MARCH 24 SEE ONE OF OUR SALESMEN CHUCK DEVINI WAtRIN NBJON •ILL CARMAN . . . AND SPRING OUT IN A '65 CHEVROLET TRADE-IN SPECIAL -4 DINNERS AT CHARLIES' SUPPER CLUB SOUTH OF ALGONA WITH ANY USED CAR OR TRUCK PURCHASE OVER $500. 1964 CHEVROLET Bol Air 4-door. 283 cu. In, 195 ftp engine, Poworglldo transmission, radio, EZI glass. Boautiful Saddle Tan color 1959 FORD 2-door, low miloago, radio, hoator, 6-cylinder, a real good ono 1962 CHEVROLET Bol Air 4-door todan. Vt en- glno, standard 3-spood trans., radio, EZI windshield, whitowall tiros, Dark Bluo color. A real spring boaurv 1961 CHEVROLET Bol Air 4-door sedan, VI en- glno, standard transmission. Fawn color, roal nlco 1961 RAMBLER 4-door sedan. 6 cylinder ongino, ovordrlvo transmission, powor steering, buckot stats, radio, Whito color, w/Aqua interior. An oxtra nlco car for Hit monoy $875 1961 FORD 2-door sedan. 6 cylinder, standard transmission. A low price with high economy. White color. $645 1960 CHEVROLET Biscayno 4-door sedan. 6 cylinder ongino, standard transmission. Wo have two (2) of these. 1 Whito and 1 Turquoise, and the engines in both havo boon completely ovorhaulod, rings, boar- ings, otc. IN ADDITION thoy art extra clean. ONLY $895 for either one. TAKE YOUR CHOICE 1959 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door, 6-passtngor station wagon, radio, 6-cylinder, straight stick, low, low, low mileage, just liko now 1959 PLYMOUTH 4-door sodan. 6 cylinder on- gint. Bluo color. Iff yours for $295 1959 CHEVROLET Blscaynt 4-door, o cylinder tngino. Ovordrlvo transmission. Blue) A Whito. Lots of miles InJhi* ono 1957 DODGE 4-door sodan. Any reasonable offtr acctpttd 1957 FONTIAC 4-door hardtop.. This It an extra good old car for tht dough 1956 OLDSMOBILE 88, V8 engine. AutomoHc transmission. Roal sharp. This Is ont of those so-called garago»guardtd jewels. Don't miss tht chance of a lifotlmt THE TRUCK DEPARTMENT 1961 INTERNATIONAL tt-ton pickup. V8 on- gint, ntw tiros, radio. Extra nict, 1960 FORD Vi-ton pickup 1961 CHEVROLET 2-ton truck, V8 tngint, 2 sp. rear axlt, 8:25 x 20 10-ply tiros, front A rear 1957 FORD 1 ton truck with stock A grain box 1950 INTERNATIONAL pickup. A rtal good buy QUALITY USED CAR ft TRUCK WARRANTY BANK RATE FINANCING I I | 108 S. 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