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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1960
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i-V-i \tffl. J. BUSINESS BREVITIES fi|np t? ninQS (.U' ; ir\ p S'> f "Tarzan, the Ape Man," MGM's all-mew adventure drama in color of the "King of the Jungle," presents an exciting new "Tarzan" in 6'4" Denny Miller, former U. C. L. A. basketball star. Miller, C'esare Danoya, Joanna Barnes (as "Jane") and Robert Douglas are involved with hostile natives and wild animals of the African veldt in a perilous seai;,ch for the ivory wealth ot the famed Elephants' Burial Ground. * * * BUSINESS BRIEFS .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Aigona's Uml of ihe National Guard is sponsoring a dance at the VtVV hall, Saturday evening, April 23, with "The Jammers" to furnish the music. Tickets are on sale by National Guard members or may be purchased at the door. * * * Annual 86 cent sale breaks this week at Harrison's Store in Algona with 36 special-purchase bargain buys, says Chuck Hinken store manager. . . * * * An After-Easter reduction sale on ladies dresses is the feature of the week at the Chrischiiles store. * * * Robert Kelly of Kelly Lumber Co. recently completed a course in dealer training at Evansville, Indiana, with the Pruden Products Co. which manufactures clear spun buildings for many uses. * * * Mr and Mrs C. V. Fowler who operate Fowler's of Iowa announce their ttth Anniversary Sale in today's paper, with a big assortment ol Anniversary items for the feminine gender. A full page o. bargains. * * * The "Boss is Gone" at Beecher Lane Appliance — and what the help is doing this week will make the selr-stylcd "wildest trader in town" really wild when he gets back. * * * It might not seem that way, but lawn-mower time isn't far away. With that in mind, both Gambles and Cullen Hardware have a tew words on the subject in today s issue. * * * An April 9 article in the Saturday Evening Post entitled "The Fanner's riicle of the Case" was considered so'good by some of our urea larmurs, that they are sponsoring u partial reprint which is well worth your time to rcutl today . . . Hamilton Hatcheries of Bancrott announce a big clearance sale on baby chicks, and you'll imcl Home interesting data on the hatchery on the Aerial Photo Business Page. Gary Larson, Jerald Kluger, tenor; Ronnie Lindc, Glendon Peterson, Jim Hardt, baritone; the clarinet trio, both girls' sextets and the boys' double quartet. Students receiving number two ratings were: Carmen Larsen, drum; Caryl Larsen, piano; Bob Gardner, tenor saxaphone; Janet Walker, flute; Cm-en Ramse, Mary Ann Hazelhoff, treble voice medium; Jerry Thompson, tenor. The boy's quartet and saxahpone sextet. Mrs Edith Busch is the vocal director and Harry Neisen is instrumental director. SUM CD. of A. Will Meet On Wed., April 20 St. Joe — Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph will hold their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening. April 20th at 8 o'clock in St. Joseph's School Hall with -Mary Jane Origer, grand regent, presiding. A nominating committee for the election of new officers will be selected. Committee in charge will be Mrs Peter Zeimet, Mrs Henry Thilges, Mrs Phil Dangleseh Mrs Frank Bormann, Mrs Rqunald Salz, Mrs Math Faber, Mrs Paul Thilges, Mrs Peter Becker, Mrs Milford Plathe and Alma Illg. Wilfred Kohlhaas returnee home on Friday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where; lie haci been a medical patient the pasl 10 days. Tommy Reding, Fon of Mr and Mrs Frank Reding arrived home on a 2 week leave from Fort Ord California where he had 8 weeks basic training. At the end 01 his leave he is to report to For Leonard Wood, Mo., ' Burt Girl Will Wed In June Mrs Skiiling Dies, Funeral Here Tomorrow .Mrs Katharine Skiiling, 85 died Saturday afternoon at the Maple Leaf rest home at Burt, after an illness of two weeks. Before becoming a resident of the home, she had lived at 715 East Oak street here. Funeral services for Mrs Skilling will be held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen will officiate and burial will be in Calvary cemetery. McCullough Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. She was born July 24, 1874 in Austria to Steven Loss, Sr. and Elizabeth Paul Loss and came to Algona with her parents in 1875. She was married to Frank Skilling, August 3, 1897 at St. Joe. Her husband preceded her in death in 1955. Surviving are two sons, Elliott and Donald Skiiling, both of Algona; a daughter, Mrs Mary Spurgeon, Bonners Ferry. Idaho; a sister, Mrs Mary Dole, Irvington; 10 grandchildren and 13 great- grandchildren. A son, Fred Skill- ng, died in 1956. will go on to New Orleans, Vicksburg and other points of interest in the south. Mr McMullen is enjoying a vacation from his duties at the Bank. Mr and Mrs Charles Scott went to Shrnandoah Monday for p week's visit at the home of their daughter, Swea Musicians Receive 19 One Ratings, State Swea City Swca Cily high school received 19 one ratings imd nine two ratings at the State Music Contest at Manson last weekend. Those receiving one ratings are as follows: Mary Ann Hazelhoff, piano; Wallis Kay Reynolds, piccolo; Maurice Anderson, baritone horn; John Boland, bass horn; Joan Htnrichsen, Dorothy Blair, treble voice low;, Connie Opsiil, treble voice medilirrl;* Mf Mn Bravender, Janet Walker Linda Weber, treble voice high TOM'S Televiews 42 Children Register Forty-two youngsters, are registered in the kindergarten class for next year. Delia Turvold te.ach the two classes, which ivided -bito? groups xtf eight boys and 13 girls each. Election of officers for the PTA was held at this meeting, also. Officers for the coming year wili be as follows: president, Mrs Gifford Smith; vice president, Mrs Marcus Langerman; secretary - treasurer, Mrs Wallis Reynolds. Lunch was served following the meeting. Families with disagreeing tastes in TV shows needn't have that problem any longer. We have a basement full of used TV's in excellent condition. Come in and look thorn over. We may save you a family quarrel. We're hearing now of the summer show line-up, and it's looking good. Let's get that summer rating up! CBS will carry the Ed Sullivan Show all summer with no re-runs. "Carnival On Ice", a weekly series built around an ice- skating star, moves into NBC's Sunday Showcase spot May 8. NBC will revive "Cimarron City" this summer on Friday nights, and Kate Smith will continue through the summer on CBS, with some taped repeats intermixed with new shows. No color specials this week, but be sure Jo see this week's line-up of color regulars: Wed. — The Price Is Right, 7:30 to 8. Thurs. — The Ford Show, 8:30 to 9. Donna Hacker, local English cacher and speech instructor s guest of honor at an appreciation dinner Tuesday cvc- ling. About 50 parents and peech students attended and presented Miss Hacker with a ift. Morris Anderson and Curis I-Ibnson Were presented small- r gifts. The Swea Homemakers will ncet Apr. 19 at 2 p.m. at the ionic of. Mrs Morris Johnson th Mrs John Kelly assisting. VIrs Sam Butcher will give devo- ions. Mrs Ina Wood, will give he lesson. Fri. — Masquerade to 9. Party, 8:30 Bat. — Bonanza, 6i30 to 7:30. Sun. — Sunday Showcase, 7 to 8. Dinah Shore Chevy Show, 8 to 9. Won. — Steve Allen Plymouth Show, 9 lo 10, Tues. — Ford Startime, 7:30 to 8:30.' Arthur Murray Party, 8:30 to 9. THAT'S RICH . • • For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in, (U3 N yoore — CY 4-3360). TOM'S RADIO A TV Swea Faculty Still Not Sen- Two Resign Kicked By Cow, Farmer Gets Twisted Ankle ». Sonoca — Charles Osborn narrowly escaped serious injury Wednesday morning of last week when lie was kicked by a cow while removing the milker. The cow's kick struck him in the leg, knocking him down, and the heavV milker pail fell on his logs, so that he was not only injured but unable to walk for a time. He dragged himself lo the house and called neighbors via telephone. The Andrew Stefanskis immediately went over to Osborns and helped him to a doctor. No bones were broken but he had a badly twisted ankle, and was unable lo get around for several days. Mrs Osborn was at Clear Lake at the time of her husband's accident. Nelta Smidt Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt of Burt announce the engagement of their daughter, Nclta Ann. shown here, to Anthony W Tompkins, son of Dr. and Mrs Clarence Tompkins of Ft. Dodge Miss Smidt, a graduate of George high school and Rockford Memorial hospital school of nursing, Roekfprd, 111., is presently work-: frig"- 't&wai f d* her B:S. ' 'degrc'c T ;a« Buena Vista College. Mr Tompkins is a graduate of Fort Dodge high schol and attended Iowa Wcsleyan college and Ferris Institute, Big Rapids. Mich. He is manager of Methodist Manor, a Methodist Home for the Retired in Storm Lake. A June wedding is planned. Banquet At Burt Andy Crawford, Algona insur. man, was the featured speaker at the annual Lions Club Athletic Banquet at Burt Monday night. The event, held in the Burt high school gym, honored athletes from all squads at Burt. Burt News Cora Stow and Lottie Iscnbcr- ger spent Sunday at Swca City where they attended the baptism of their great granddaughter little Kandis Lynn Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs Merwin Johnson. Following services they were dinner guests at the Cecil Godfredson home. The occasion was in honor of Cora Stow'.s 86th birthday anniversary and the baptism of Kandis Lynn. Mr and Mrs Jack McMullin, Cheryl and Ronnie, Havolock. were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs G. H. McMullen. The men of St. John's Lutheran church gave the church yard a thorough spring cleaning. Sherry Jo, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Holmseth, was baptized by Rev. Dale Simons at the South Blue Earth Lutheran church, Frost, Minn. Sunday Apr. 10. Mr Holmseth is band director in the Burt school. Mr and Mrs Cliff Holding, Marilyn, Carilyn and Duane Hinckley spent Sunday at Oakdale with Al Hinckley. , Mrs, -Al Hinckley attendejj "Mother's Weekend" at "Alphi Chi house, Simpson College, Saturday and Sunday. Her daughter, Judy is treasurer of the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. The members of the Woman's .club met with Rowena Ryerson Monday evening with Genevieve Graham and Maree Bahnson as assisting hostesses. Eastern meditation was given by Aileen Samek. The First Easter was presented by Ruth Hodgson. Mr and Mrs G. H. McMullcn left Thursday morning for Sar. Antonio, Texas, where they will visit their son, Jim "who is sta'- lioned with the army at Fort Sam Houston. From there they One hears a lot about the divorce rate — but very little about the 6 million American marriages that have lasted 25 years or longer. New Vehicle Soles Increase Past Two Weeks Sales of new vehicles perked up around Kossuth county during the past two weeks, with 33 owners registering cars and trucks at the county treasurer's office. Here are the owners: Chevrolet — J. R. Norcross, Lu- Verne; Whittemore Hatchery, Whittemore; H. F. Gartner, Titonka; J. A. Hauptman, Wesley; Edwin or C. Wolcott, Algona; V. E. Jensen, Algona; H. H. Raney, Wesley; D E. Maass, Lakota; H. A. Hefty, LuVerne; Donald Behnkendorf, truck, Bancroft; T. J. Forburger, Wesley; John Kollasch. Whittemore; J. W. Maas, Woden; Bertha Welp, Bancroft; D. W. Blomster, Swea City; G. J. McCleish, Bancroft; and R. L Wallace, Algona CMC — D. L..Everds, Algona. Rambler — C. R. Long, Algona; and Dixie Secfeld, Wesley. Studebaker — B. E. Martin, Lu- Verne; and W. R. Brauer, Algona. Plymouth — E. D. Egel, Algona. Ford — A. E. Anderson, Lakota; L. T. Sabin, Algona; E. C Jorgenson, Swca City; Beverly Mueller. Fr.-nlon; and C. E. Schmidt, West Bend. Buick — W. J. Fuller, Algona. Cadillac — R. L. Wood, Algona. Dodge — L. G. Larson, Armstrong. Tuesday, April 19, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper Pet Pontiac gona. Comet — H. Whittemore. A. J. Davis, Al- W. Frambach, Tickets Available For Demo Dinner Don Murray, Democratic county chairman for Kossuth county, reports that he has received an allocation of 10 tickets for the annual Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner, to be held this year on Saturday, May 21, at the Veterans Auditorium in DCS Moines. Anyone wishing tickets should contact Mr Murray. is St. Elizabeth's, two miles outside the city of Morristown, N. J. Wedding License Business Booms The wedding license drouth was broken in County Clerk Alma Pearson's office this week. Four couples obtained licenses, the largest number for many weeks, in fact, only one was issued during the entire month of March. Licenses went to: April 12 — Jerry Jacobs, Armstrong, and Lorraine Oftcdahl. Fcnton; and Larry L. Dreyer, Brill, and Ruth Erickson, Algona. April 14 — Everett Sparks and Ilia Gavvart, Algona. April 16 — James Ileidor- scheidt and Margaret Terwilliger. Algona. The oldest Catholic college for women in the United States The Statue of Liberty, in New York harbor, is 151 feet, one Inch in height. hi-neighbor BY Clalr BloMom APRIL SHOWERS Don't let them get you down.and feeling gloomy. Remember they will bring the May flowers. So instead of g t umbling about the i n c o n* rente nee th*y can cause you, get going 1 on your * outdoor * chores in between 5 the nhow- j ers. Make plans for your outdoor living, and weather permitting you can put thorn into effect. Just let a smile be your umbrella on these rainy rainy days. Let's hope that the April Showers won't dampen your spirits. Come rain or shine, we'll be here to assist with your insurance needs. Blossom Insurance Agency, 109 No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. Swea City —. Supt. Ed Stewart tnnounccd the resignation of two cachers this week. Mrs Josephine Davis, who has taught ixth grade resigned to teach at Sstheryille. Mrs Dorothy Bliss resigned as of the first of Feb. d Mrs Nordine of Fenton has aeon filling the position of first grade teacher since that time. Due to the discontinuation of the special reading class, Mrs Bar- 3iira Thompson also resigned, Shirley Grant is taking a leave of absence to take a year of college work. Mary Carlson of Burt has been hired to teach first grade. She is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers . College and has taught at Terrill two years. Thelma Steenhard of Lakota will teach 5th grade. She had taught four years at Thompson and Estherville. Mclba KitUesou will return and teach 6th grade. Mr Stewart stated that Kuveral teachers have as yet not signed their contracts as their plans are indefinite. A second 7th grade teacher is needed. Of Us 3,700 chapters, 1,500 jn the American Red. Cross are manned uxcusively by volun teei's. The state of Colorado leads the nation in the production of van%» dium and uranium. 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