The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1960
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At Whittemore During Week — Whittemord firemen answered three fire calls the. past week. Thursday they Wefe fialldd to the Elmer F. Bell farm' when a trash fire got out of control tind burned 30 acres of dead gra's's artd weeds on some land Which had been in the soil bank last year, FricAy they Were callfed lo th'. Sam Jfogler farm When a trash fire sta ted ,a pile bf baled straw Wedftisday afternoon they ex- 'tinguisled a fire which burned 1 he •' gfe i's" ' along* 'a fence started from si arks from a trash can ai ' the Theresa Duffy home. Suffers Burns Arm „. Marie Busherfeld, 18 morith' r old.' ctltfghteV of Mr. and Mrs Edward Busherfeld, was painfu'iy burned' on -her arm Wednesday When she pulled a pan fiiil of hot potatoes from the stove She is getting alon;! nicely. Hospital Report MJS Mike Kollasch had the misfurtune to fall at her home and received a broken arm. ' Mlchele Bauer entered Pain Alto County Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg, Tuesday as a medical patient. William Roeber underwent su rgery in St. Ann hospital at Algona Saturday and is reported as getting along nicely. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wagner are the 'parents of a daughter born in St. Ann hospital at Al- goria April 14. They now have a son and a daughter. - *" Mr ahd Mrs Dick Russell art the parents of a son bbrri Apr. 14 in St. Ann hospital, their IfisW child. Mr and Mrs, Donald Gundersofl have" a hew son bbrn April 16 n, Palo Alto hospital in Emmets'* burg. Fool Injured Robert :Higgins had the misfortune to cut his fqot with an ax while chopping a tree stump. It took several stitches to close the wound. Children Baptized Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl were Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and Sons, Mr and Mrs Bernard .Wichtendahl and son of OttosenV ,Mr and Mrs Harlart Wichtendahl and family. Of Cher okee, Mr and Mi's Hank Wichten^ dahl and son of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Ross Burns arid family of Everly, Mr and Mrs Lyle Andersen and son Mark of Thor and Mr and Mrs Norman Prichard and family of Omaha. The dinner was in honor of Brcnda Kay. infant daughter of -Mr ahd Mrs Prichard who was baptized in-St. Paul's. Lutheran church. The Rey. Cleo ^Kautsch, performed (he baptismal rites. Her sponsors were Mrs Harlan Wichtendab.1 and Lyle Andersen. Cheryl Martha, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade. was baptized Sunday morning in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Her sponsors were , Karen Sen- roeder and Elvin Steenhard. Mrs Herman Kollasch entertained the Jolly 50,0 Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Simon'Weber won high, Mrs Herman Voigt/second high and Mrs Paul Ludwig low. The Setting Hens 500 Club was DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor. Above Penney's . 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Mr ana Mrs Loren Hansert and childrert Were afternoon visitors. Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart went to LeMars Easier where .hey visited Mrs Stewart's moth er. Mr and Mrs Herman Harms attended the Cantata Sunday at the Ramsey Reformed church, north of Titonka. Mi- and Mrs Melvln Haase. Vickie and Debra, Mr and Mrs "I said I wa» willing to WORK if you ga^ve me the part ... not STRUGGLE!" entertained at the home of Mrs Wilmer Bleuer with Mrs Ernie ivieyer as co-hostess. Mrs Harry Schmeling won .high, Mrs James Schultz low, rind Mrs Wilbur Roeber, travel. John C. Vaudt t son of Mr and Mrs August,dt and. Lloyd Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Smith of Whittemore graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center San Diego,' Cat. Apr. 18. Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien and family spent the Easter holidays with Mrs O'Brien's mother. Mrs M.» R. Hurley and other relatives at Elkader.. They returned home Tuesday morning. Visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs O'Brien were Mrs Bernice Barry of Mapleton. Rose Marie Barry, Lake Forest, 111., and Mrs Marie Hanson and son Kevin of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Earl Zabel and family and Mrs Rosa Zabel of West Allis, Wis. visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Braat? Monday. John Burke and sons Dennis and Tommy of Chicago are visiting at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Frank Burke in Whittemore. Rev. Louis Kollasch of Carrol spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred KoU- Portland 4-H Club To Have Mother's Tea Portland — The Portland Pen nies met April 9 at the home o Diane and Anita Moore. Anita Moore and Grace McKim gav talks and Diane Moore and Grace McKim gave demonstrations Nancy Becker had charge o special activities. Plans wer made for 'a Mother's Day Tea t be held May 14 at the home of Nancy and Linda Becker. This meeting will also be a good, grooming contest. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Emll Knack and boys of Lohe ftdek Srid Leona Haase were fell Sast^r guests at the Chris Haft'se Tome. Mr arid Mrs Jay Steven and Jean and Mr and Mrs James Steven and family were Easter, guests at the Milton SteV'en home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Meister c. .-.. .. . .•'•' : ttev. Armand Elbe^t 'of•'•Sioux- City spent Easter weekend here with his •iparentg.^Mr and Mr* Andrew'S. Elbert. • •Mrs Richard - Kirschner and daughter of Des Moines speni the weekend at the parental home bf ^Mr and Mrs Victor Dau Sunday all Were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Zinnel, parents of Mrs Dau of Cylinder Mr and Mrs Edward Kelly and family of Webster, City, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Thomas Kelly of Fort Dodge, spent Sun- clay, at the homes of Mr and Mrs Paul 'Potratz, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and Mr and Mrs Woodrow Russell. Mr and Mrs Kelly remained and will visit with their daughters. 'Rev. 'Charles Ernst was a Sunday dinner guest at the homo of his sister arid husband, Mr and Mrs Nick Thilges in-Whittemore Birthdays Celebrated A birthday party was held at the Dua'ne Mawdsley home April. 18 in honor of • little VerdearV Mawdsley's first birthday. Guests^ were Mrs Johnny Harms and Debbie, Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., ; Merrill, Michael and Mark' Mrs Robert Angus, Tommy and 1 Shejlaj Mrs Lawrence Strobel Keith and Tommy and Mrs Nick Dangelser and Spnj_a f It was also the first birthday^ of Sdnja Dangelser and Sheila Angus ytaF orve-iyear old the next day Apr." 19 At the close, of the afternoon lunch was served by the hostess 3MGiifh Sales ings Bonds Hiis$466 / 934 At the end of the first three- months, Kossuth county has recorded sales of United Slates savings bonds in the amount of $466.934 for 28 per cent of its l'fl'60 quota. L. W. Nitdinls, Alfiona, chairman of the savings bonds program, said that March sales at Series E and H bonds in the county were $173,388. Three-mohth sales and per cent of Quotas made are shown tor other ctounties in this area- Emmet county, $'270,447 for 20 per cent; Hancock, $343,164, 31 per cent; Humboldt, $294,402, 31 per cent; Palo Alto, $244,403, 2h per cent; Club Met The Portland Progress Club met Apr. 21 at the home of Mrs Jay Steven with Mrs Jake Smith and Mrs ,Ben Lampe assistant hostesses. The meeting was turned over to Mrs Clifford Young, Mrs Robert Wood, Mrs Virgil Schrader and Mrs Victor Fitch, who had charge of the lesson. .Those attending the meeting were Mesdames, Virgi! Schrader, 'Clifford Young, Glen Zwiefel, Elizabeth Kennedy, Howard Sparks, A. L. Rasmussen Jake Smith, Ben Lampe, Robert .Wood, Ray Fitch, Victor Fitch and Jay Stoven. Mrs Donald Weber was a guest. At the close- of the meeting, lunch was served by 'the hostesses. The next FACE SICKNESS? Get rid of these ailrncntsl A clean healthy face skin can be yours. CLARIMACIN a tried and tested treatment discovered by a skin specialist must clear your face of these blemishes or it costs you nothing, You must admit we must be sure it will do all we say to make such an offer. Get CLARIMACIN treatment at your drug store now. Moiuy back guarantee if it fails to help. Get CLARIMACIN now and in 10 days feel like living again. Available at your favorite drug counter or; Dutch's Rexall Drugs Rusk Drug & Jewelry 20$ s, Blake Funeral Homes Homes At LuVfRNE WESLEY "(Understanding Service" TITONKA RENWICK 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped April 26, 1960 Alflona (la.) Upper Da* Mane»-S fatnily were guests Easter a\ Ihe home of Mrs Mcister's par- ertts, Mr and Mrs R. B. Cox, at Port Dodge. Wtf 6nd Mrs tludolph Peter Shirley and Duane were Sunday evening visitors at the Johnny K. Harms home. Mr and Mrs Johnny H. Harms and Debbie were guests at the John K. Harms home in Titonka "You have doubtless observed that it is generally the enso that a person who has a black eye has an unusually long nose." D ^^ jo^i wjm JA • m£r OG TAX NEED SEED CORN CALL ME! A. H. ERPELDING St. Joe, Iowa Phone — Livermore 2614 (15, 17, 19*) AMfR/CAS D E A Saturday, April 30,1960 Saturday, April 30, is the last day for securing 19GO Dog Licenses. On May 1 a $1 penalty will be added to each unlicensed dog as listed by the township or town assessor. The regular tax is $1.50 for a male and $3.50 for a female dog, except towns that levy a town tax where county tax is $1 for males and $3 for females. These delinquent dog taxes are collectable as personal taxes by the treasurer after May 1. Licenses are required for all dogs three months old or over, and must be secured at the county auditor's office when the animal attains that age. MARC MOORE AUDITOR OF KOSSUTH COUNTY tv* Vi. 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