16-Algone, (la.) Upper DM Moinftt thurtday, S»pt. 30, 1965 Eleanor Becker Of St. Joe To Wed Nov. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker of St. Joe announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eleanor, to Richard L. Zeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman of Ottosen. Miss Becker is a graduate of Garrigan high school in Algona and is employed at the First National Bank in Humboldt. Mr. Zeman is a graduate of Twin Rivers high school and is engaged in farming. A November 27th wedding is being planned. Judith Cole, Richard Harmon Are Wed Here Judith Ann Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Cole, Whittemore, and Richard Paul Harmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon, Algona, were married Sept. 18 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church at 9 a. m. The double ring ceremony was performed by Father Bruch. Organ music was furnished by Sister Joseph Marie and hymns were sung by Florence McGulre, Altar boys were Bob Besten- lehner and Charles Geilentold. Given In marriage by her father, the bride was attired In a floor length white chantilly lace dress with train over silk taffeta. The close fitting basque bodice was accented with a V neckline and short sleeves, Gloves of elbow length were of matching lace, The finger Up veil was attached to a tiara of matching lace and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white gladiolus entwined with red sweetheart roses. The bride was attended by Maureen Thllges as maid of honor. Linda Cole was bridesmaid. Bast man was Charles Harmon and Robert Green was groomsman, Dianna Harmon was flower girl and Charles Harmon, Jr. was ring bearer, Ushers were Allan Mescher and Gerald Hanson. Following the ceremony, a brunch, given by the groom's parents, was held In the VFW hall at Algona at 11:30 at which 100 guests were present. A wedding cake was furnished by the bride's parents and cut by Mary Ben- dlxen and Be mice Wolcott. Waitresses were Jean Mes- oher, Sandra Hahn, Betty Gatton, Linda Gardner, Lyn Dale and Linda Coon. In charge of the guest book was Mrs. Elmer Dole and at the gift table were Linda Green, Judy Mescher and Mrs. Lloyd Hill. Burt Music Groups Nome New Officers BURT - Organizational meetings and election of officers were held by members of the Burt band and mixed chorus. Elected band officers were Jane Barslou, president; Linda Fairbanks, vice president; Nancy Becker, secretary; Norma Harms, treasurer; and Linda Becker and Debby Stenzel, reporters. Mixed chorus officers chosen were Vickie Koestler,president; Linda Fairbanks, vice president; Nancy Becker, secretary-treasurer; Debby Stengel and Linda Becker, reporters; Merwyn (Doc) Cunningham and Mark Mawdsley, room supervisors; Nancy Ackerman, Charlene Lappe and Charlotte Lappe, robe managers. - o - Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller arrived home late Saturday after spending the past three weeks vacationing In Canada. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Ella Meyer were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. EuOaire Meyer, Terry and Prenda. Pat Schwietert, Des Moines, sj>ent the weekend at the parental Merle Sch«tetert home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and Prenda spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burmeister and family at Fontanelle. Gerald Hilton, John and Cheryl Lovstad, Mankato, spent the weekend at the parental Fred Hilton and Raymond Lovstad homes. Mr. and Mrs.MennetJ.Trunk- hill spent the weekend at the home of the former'sdaughterandhus- liand, the David Westons, Rockford, 111. Roberta Ackerman, Mason City, spent the weekend with relatives and friends. Alma Junkermeier, Estherville, is enjoying a two-week vacation with her mother, Mrs. Ed Junkermeier and sister, Naomi. Mrs. Pat Bradley took her son Mark to Iowa City early Wednesday where he underwent surgery. The 1 1/2 year Bradley baby stayed at the Al Hinckley home. Cheerleading try-outs at Burt are over and chosen were Vickie Koestler, Charlene Lappe, Claudeen Cranston and Sandra Schrader. Mrs. Ray McWhorter was guest of honor several times Sept. 21, in honor of her birthday anniversary. In the morning, she was honored at a brunch at the home of Lydia Schwletert. In the afternoon, Mrs. C. M. Gross entertained at bridge in her honor and at 7 p. m. Luella and her husband Ray and the Frank Beckers were dinner guests at the home of her son and family, the Jim Schencks. TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder The first meeting of the 196566 Tltonka Woman's Club year was held as a buffet supper at the home of Edith and Hazel Budlong Thursday evening. Assisting hostesses were Ethel Downs and Mary Budlong, They have chosen "Our American Heritage" as the theme of study for this year. The Legion Auxiliary held an all-day pot luck work meeting Friday at the Legion hall, Mrs. Sadie Denton Is again at home after being hospitalized for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. ErwinEdenwere Sunday dinner guests at her brothers, the Wilbur Petersons, Crystal Lake, Sunday, Other relatives present were brothers, <st and family of Wisconsin, H and family of Elmore and the i >uier, Mrs. Martha Peterson of Forest City. Martha Boyken, daughter of the Art Boykens, Is a surgical patient at Britt hospital. Sharon Eden, daughter of the Allan Edens, is at Rochester, Minn, where she is taking nurses training. Vernon Burkhart has enlisted in the Navy and Is taking his boot training at San Diego, Calif. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Hansenhave been vacationing and sight-seeing In Yellowstone National Park and visiting their son and family, Forrest Hansons, at Greeley, Colo. Audrey Boelkes Is attending Northwestern College at Orange City. Linda Krantz, daughter of the Cliff Krantz'sis attending Kansas University at Lawrence, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire and Thea of Rockwell City were weekend visitors with relatives here. A pink and blue shower was held for Mrs. Merle Peterson Thursday at the Lowell Bentley home. Hostesses were Mrs. Bentley, Mrs. Ernest Peterson and Mrs. Wayne Koppen. The Titonka Methodist young folks met Sunday evening, with Jr. M. Y. F. from 5-7 p. m. Linda Akkerman led devotions, Teddy Hoover, games, and Mrs. Clarence Akkerman and Mrs. Charles Beed prepared the evening meal. Sr. M. Y. F. met at 7:30. Brenda Eden had devotions, Nola Boekelman recreation, David Kitzinger the lunch. Account Cases Two account cases were filed this week in district court here. Thermo King Sales and Service, Inc., plaintiff, seeks to obtain $687.48 from Baluie K. Bahnson, defendant; and Western Finance Co., plaintiff, seeks to settle a conditional sales contract with Venue Bunkofske, defendant, for $224. Homemaker* In Swea * Eagle Name Officers SWEA-EAGLE - Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Art W. Larson, Sept. 21. Mrs. Paul Wiechmann was assistant hostess. Election of officers was held, with Mrs. Jim Koons succeeding Mrs. Walter Goraczkowskl as president. Other officers are Mrs. Warren Brones, vice president, and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. George Herner and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt gave the lesson on arranging flowers. The next hostesses will be Mrs. Harvey C. Larson and Mrs, Walter Magnusen. - o - Judy Davis of Minneapolis is visiting at the parental Mancil Hurlburt home. Carmen Larson Is teaching 5 classes of 8th and 9th grade English at Manltowoc, Wise, and is to help in drama work in Junior high. Caryl Larson is a Junior at St. Olaf College at Northfleld, Minn., majoring in music. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buhman, Mankato, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. William Buhman of Emmons, Minn, called on Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones at Fairmont and with relatives in the area Sunday. The Jim Hackers were hosts to the Maynard Hurlburts Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hurlburt announce the birth of a new grandson, Sept. 25, son of the David Fitzes, at Sioux Falls, So. Dakota. He is the fourth son for the Fitzes. Other grandparents are the Joe Fliers at Armstrong, Mrs. Ida Nelson, Swea City , and the Howard Fitzes at Sioux Falls. Mrs. Robert Van Pelt, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Margaret Rousch, Tampa, Fla., visited Wednesday and Thursday at the Herman Gabel home. Mrs. Gabel spent last weekend at Spencer and Arnolds Park for the reunion of her family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schock of Denison were Saturday supper guests at the Laurel Peterson home, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones attended the Jones reunion at the Guy Jones home at Carroll Sunday. Mrs. Harold Jones was hostess to the Past Matrons Club Tuesday evening, 1965 Algona High Football Squad IPORTLAND By Mn. Victor Fitch IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Henry Smith and his sister, Erma Leek of Aurora, Ore., went to Avoca, Wise. Wednesday to visit Mrs. Pauline DeWitt and Mrs. Augusta Suda, both sisters-in-law of Mrs. Erma Leek, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Melster and Mrs. Wayne Eckels were Sunday dinner guests in the parental P, W, Marlow home. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Trenary, Kenneth Trenary, Erma Leek, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Smith of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engelby of Ledyard, Olive Person of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. John Person and baby of Lone Rock, Mrs. Kenneth Krause and family of Fenton, Mr, and Mrs, Vernon Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker were picnic dinner guests in the Henry Smith home, Sunday, in honor of Mrs. Erma Leek. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy visited Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. W, A, Wood In Algona, Mr, and Mrs, Roscoe Stewart and Mr, and Mrs, Earl Shipler were Sunday dinner guests in the Garmie Hood home at Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harms, Mr. and Mrs. George Hix and Mrs, Victor Fitch visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse in the Mercy hospital Friday. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy and Richard Grosser visited Mrs. Ruse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker were Sunday evening guests in the Frank Becker home for ice cream and cake, in honor of Janet Becker's 14th birthday, "Anger can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured." Sorority Hostess Xi Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at the home of Marvel Sherman on September 21st for a business meeting. The lesson on "What Is Life ?", "The Origin of Life" and "The End of Life" was presented by a guest speaker Rev. Walter F. Morz. The next regular meeting will be held October 5 at the home of LaVonne Peer. Front row, left to right: Dennis Miller, Tom Samp, Larry Monger, Darrell Johnion, Larry Seobba, Randy Reidinger, Richard Black, Dave Martin, Clint Young, Tom Claude. Second row, left to right: Glenn Ttchetter, Chris Conn, Calvin Haahr, Phil Specht, Gregg Betts, Don Hagon, Dan Clapsaddle, Bill Boldridge, Bob Farnham, Mark Conn. Third row, left to right: Tom Fitzpatrick, Gary Barr, Steve Waller, Bob Bradford, Bill Farnham, Brad Kraft, Dave Walker, Kevin Hoover, Tom Jones, Dale Teeter. Bulldogs, Bears To Face Rugged Foes This Weekend Champ Twirlers Coming Leisa, 13, and Lani Jo Gill, 14, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Gill, Hudson, la., will be featured performers during the evening portion of the 17th annual Kossuth Band Festival here this Saturday. The girls have posted a sensational record In twirling competition and appeared here two years ago in the Festival - and the appearance brought acclaim from all present. Leisa has won 277 trophies and 125 medals, has been twirling since she was three and in competition since the age of five. Lani Jo has won 460 trophies and 115 medals and was the Iowa State Champion for seven straight years, a record. The girls have also won 75 first place awards in duet competition. They have appeared In 12 states and both won honors at the New York Worlds Fair. Algona Hi Cheerleaders Back row, left to right: Jim Schutter, Sharon Sundet, Jon Deim; front row, Barbara Knudsen, Judy Egel and Lark Whittemore. Former Swea Woman Passes In Minnesota SWEA-EAGLE - Margaret Hundsness, former resident of the Swea City area, was buried in Harrison cemetery Monday. Miss Hundsness, born Feb. 7, 1915, died of cancer. Services were held Monday at 10 a. m, in Minneapolis. She was born in Swea City, where slie remained until 1936, receiving her schooling here. She moved to Minneapolis where she was employed and attended beauty school. She was working in a beauty shop in Southdale until shortly before her death. She never married. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goodman Hunds- uess; sisters, Mrs. Violet Hodson, Mrs. Jeriue Roe, Mrs. Lucille Priest and Mrs. Esther Shafer; and a brother, Thomas, all of California. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS Algona high and Garrigan, both winners of home contests last weekend, remain on friendly soil this Friday and Saturday as they host a pair of always rugged foes - Clarion and St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge. The Bulldogs, 3-0 for the season and 2-0 in the North Central Conference, will pull all stops In an effort'to dump the Cowboys and remain at the top of the loop. They will tangle Friday in a Homecoming game at the new Athletic field. Clarion has split a pair of loop frays, dumping Iowa Falls 12-7 In the opener, then dropping a 7-0 decision to tough Webster City, with the Lynx scoring In the final minute of action to win last Friday's game. The Golden Bears, fresh from their first .win of.tbe,.campalgn, i ,. a 13-0 victory over' Sioux Falls . O'Gorman Saturday 'night, .will' put a 1-1-1 season record on the line against St. Edmond. The win over O'Gorman was fashioned by a rugged defensive crew and the slashing runs of several backs on a night better designed for ice hockey, The Bears held O'Gorman to minus three, yards In the last half of the con-. test, with the visitors getting only 35 yards in the entire game. Dave Martin, senior who plays halfback on offense and tackle on defense for Coach Jim Hershberger, once again led the Bulldogs to victpry in the Clear Lake contest. He repeatedly came up with the big plays, both on offense and defense that spiked the Lions' chances at a win. Algona didn't pull away until the - fourth period - and barely managed to lead at halftlme, with the first TD coming with 57 seconds left before Intermission. The defense - and poor ball handling on a couple of punt situations cost the losers the final two tallies In the last quarter. The Bears, like the Bulldogs, didn't sack their win until the final stanza. They put a TD and extra point on the board in the second period, then harassed the Knights with their defensive play until making it pay off with a final touchdown in the last quarter of action. Dick Bleich, hurt in the season's first fray at Estherville, played full time for the Bears and added plenty of punch to the ground game, which the club was limited to on the frig id night. He picked up 76 yards, more than half the team's total, and Bill Milder, installed as quarterback by Coach Beanie Cooper when Bill Reding broke his thumb, slammed for another 50 during the night. The Bulldogs and Bears will each have to be rarin' to go if they are to improve upon their records this weekend. Sentral, co-champion in the State Line conference last season, will put its 2-1 record with the first loss coming at the hands of Titonka, 13-7, Friday, on the block at home Friday against the unbeaten Armstrong Tigers in a loop fray; Burt will host Titonka's loop leaders in another State Line conference contest; and Swea City, with a 2-0-1 record so far, will go after a State Line win at Thompson in other games in the area this weekend. F.T.A. Elects Officers For District Here Approximately 200 members of Future Teachers of America representing 18 district clubs, met in Algona Saturday, with members of the local chapter acting as hosts. Representing Algona as officers were Mike Stillman, president ; Sharon Sundet, secretary; and Phil Taylor, historian. Featured speaker was Richard Palmer, Instructor at Algona high school. The agenda Included election of new officers. Barb Knudsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knudsen, was elected treasurer, Carol Sloniker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Slonlker, lost after a tie vote for secretary. Winner was Nancy Naden of Webster City. Elected president was Sonja Peterson of Hampton,; Jody An-, derson of Hampton. WAS elected vice-president, Jane Olson of Forest City was elected historian, publicity chairman Is Beth Larson of Webster City, Jane She rwin of Ventura, music and recreation chairman. Sessions began at 9:30 a.m. and concluded at 3 p.m., with luncheon served In the high school annex. Langfitt Homo Ray Langfitt, manager of the Algona and Drive-In Theatres here, is home after having eye surgery recently at Mason City. His left eye is still bandaged, but recovering from the operation, deemed necessary if he hoped to retain sight in his right eye. Postpone Auction The auction sale of farm machinery advertised last week for the Moeller Implement Co. of Kanawha has been postponed because of the weather until Saturday, Oct. 2, starting at 12 noon. St. Ann Style Show Slated Here Oct. 4 St. Ann Auxiliary will hold its annual style show at Algona Country Club Oct. 4, starting at 7:45, Charge for admission and the dessert coffee will be $1. president of the organization is Mrs. John Harris. The program will be "Around the World in Fashion." Mrs, Dean Kinsman is in charge of decorations and the theme, which will include foreign dolls. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. Elmer Walter and Mrs. A. J. Gotten. Narrator for the program will be Mrs. Harry Greenberg. Program chairman is Mrs. Dean Koob. Local merchants will offer new fashions, which will be modeled by local models. Interspersed during the program will be a showing of foreign fashions. Susan. nig will wear a Japanese costume, as will Mrs. James Wildin. Sana Svedman, foreign- exchange student, will model Swedish shoes and sweater. Mrs. Luke Linnan will model a costume from Iraq and Mrs, Les Wildin will wear an Hawaiian outfit. Sally Bay, student in Spain this past summer, will model a Spanish costume. It is hoped advance reservations will be arranged through the chairmen. Proceeds from the event go toward projects for the hospital. Two County SUI Students Get Awards IOWA CITY - William F. Diers, Bancroft, and Jerry Raney, Algona, were among pharmacy students at the University of Iowa who received scholarships or awards at the fall Pharmacy Student Faculty Open House Thursday evening at Pharmacy Auditorium.. Raney got the Norwood C. Louip prize, $100 annually awarded to first year student in pharmacy to be selected,, ,011 .ba^ls.of, nee.d M motivation and scholarship as determined by the vote of. the _ scholarship committee, established in memory of Norwood C. Louis, a 1919 graduate of the college of pharmacy and long-time Iowa City pharmacist,' Dlers also got a Norwood C, Louis prize, $100 annually awarded to first-year student in pharmacy to be selected on basis of need, motivation and scholarship as determined by the vote of the scholarship committee, U-Go-l-Go Jean Abbott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, E.W, Abbott, was hostess to the members of the U-Go- I -Go 4-H club at her home Sept, 20. Talks and demonstrations were presented by Dianne Winter, Rosemary Bullock and Jean Abbott, Guests included Becky Tielebeln, Martha Gilbert, Debbie Sewick, Debbie Missal, Mrs. Al Missal and Mrs, Allen Bullock. The next meeting will be Oct. 18 at the home of Sherry and Debbie Bulten, daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Eppo Bulten. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MAN MOSE The favorites didn't all come through last Saturday and still 15 games out of 20 correctly picked was pretty fair guessing. Robert Lovstad of Burt had 15 right, and a high game (score of both teams) total of 52, to take first place, The actual high game total was 51 (Iowa State 38, U, of Pacific 13), Right behind him, also with 15 correct and a high game total of 49, was Vincent Goecke, 1018 Lucas, Algona. In third place, also with 15 right and a high game of 53, was Al Huisman, Box 56, Buffalo Center. These three were cash prize winners. Just out of the money was Louis W, Reimers, South Milwaukee, Wise.'with 15 right and a high game of 54, Mrs, Wes Bartlett, Algona, also had 15 right, with a high game of 58, and Ronnie Besch of Whittemore completed the 15 guessers with a high total of 68. On the Honor Roll with 14 correct were Dave Shumway, Wes Bartlett, Kay Bradford, Mrs, B. J. Bradford, Karen Lierly, and Eugene Durant, all Algona; Araie Hansen, Fenton; and Arnold D. Andreasen, Minneapolis. The 13 guessers were a multitude. But L. C. Wallace, Menlo, Iowa, is the sole possessor of the Mourner's Bench for the week. He picked only four winners out of 20 for the week's worst guesses. Sorry, friend. There was another 20-game linup in Tuesday's Upper Des Moines. Better luck this week, So far, we haven't had the same entries win two awards. Nice to pass it around. Maybe it's your turn tins week!
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