The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 25
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. Lone Rock Man . Mr aril ' : ilrs Nels tsaatson, G^rf fet strid Clarice fu«iaan8 left Sunday to attend the Iowa Photographers Ass'n convention being held in Des Moines. . *'"•'•''. . ',-...' , * V* . • * ••'•"• '.'.'.. A rearrangement has taken place within the Wiltgen Jewelry Store. The repair department worR spacie has been altered allowing for more customer contact with that department in the store. -'.*.. * ' .' *: ''•..'./. The Upper Des Moines gets around. Several weeks ago in conjunction with the 18th anniversary jamboree of Super Vaiu stores, Hood's in Algona ran a four page section on ihe event, including coupons redeemable for coffee mugs /. .they got one coupon back from Mrs Harry C. Otterson, Silver Springs, Maryland . . . and between 1200 and 1300 mug coupons tne tirst week after the ad ran ..... the coupon idea in advertising is often used, but not always successfully. Umess 'there is an actual offer of merit people are not too prone to clip coupons; but offer something of actual, tangible Value, even though not expensive and you will get action, * * * At Bradley Bros, the corner display lot has been turned over to Butler Bin products, showing cutaway sections of bins and the * operation of fans and heaters. : •. « * * Jim Carroll, Penney store manager, and Dick Lundquist, technician from St. Ann Hospital, returned Sunday evening from a vacation trip to the east, including visits to New York, Boston and Niagara Falls. Jim has a brother at Elizabeth, N.J. where they also visited. C. V. Fowler of- Algona went with them to New York, where he remained for another week on a buying trip. They drove to the east coast. . . and it rained every day they were gone! The Salesman's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce is planning a picnic for Saturday, May 21, at the Call State Park snelter house here, starting at 8:30 p.m., all members are reminded. It is BYOW night, also. * * ' * Anniversary sale windups at two stores, Graham's and the Hub Clothiers this week . . . miniature golf course preparing to open here near the swimming pool . . . it's Rural Mail Box week and an announcement on the suoject in this issue from both the RFD carriers and county board of supervisors . . . you'll probably need to get at least one graduation gift this spring, and there are many good suggestions m today's issue . . . spring planting is well underway, ond about time, everyone agrees. Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs A. Platt Taylor, Des Moines, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Carole Lea, shown here, to John M. Cotton, son of Mr and Mrs Willis J. Cotton, Lone Rock. The wedding will be in Westminister United Presbyterian church, Des Moines June 3 at 8 p.m. The bride-elect will be graduated from Iowa State University this month. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and Mortar Board. John is .a senior at Iowa State University and will be graduated in agricultural business next November. He is affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and a member of Alpha Zeta. (UDM Engraving) it To Hospital • •S«hi'ek"^ i -iiiM- HospHal at resulf of a .sire Uch he suffered lasl'Si ^ Hans had gbhe io the'hospilal for a cheek up ettd as he '-. was Clirtibin^ ihft-fittal fiighi of stairs at the ;h I ; fbund that he eemWi'^S riii'iulher, Hospital atifetiidarliS fajcdught a wheel chair arid took him id a hospital room and called a physician who diagnosed his condition as a stroke. Later in the day he Suffered a second stroke which left him in a critical condition. Hans was taking his periodic check-up a little earlier than usual as he ; was planning to accompany Otto R. Jensen, on' a fishing trip to Minnesota. '" : N ' ,|dft wte sfte stud led ^fmbilf HeiKh*I(Mtn^|A|if ftf .j r .She went er 1B6B« and the Stfr'AM^jtliifc establish'e! the. procedure^ ;i \ihwiht'..Arifnf Health ; ;NtifSi:ft^ * f^frtito^TM Arftiy flOrse; M ,ffi§' ; public" heattf nurse of .the Mlitijfy: ^otn^Mii^ and works closely Wiitf bUltfr/ttifid* ical personnel iri the ftttspnai as well as out-patieht.serviee. • "' Potatoes Smoke Algeria's "ffrettieif" tvere callec to the Richaird Mawdsley ; farih near Irvifigtoii late •;Sattffday afternoon when Mrs Mawdsley smelled smoke and couldn't ifiric the cause. , She was working in the house at the time. Potatoes cooking 6n the stove, evidently boiled dry and began. to -smouU der. Firemen found the cause of the smoke and eradicated • it at once, There was no damage to the house. ?Mfillflfet, • $6 •, <th6 here . May ,* Each bly and^Url' jtfegeftte&a rladirtg and a Mother's flay, ehor* kl feaditigfld skit were ' iedV Refreshments wer* served : all- first state; 'b c aseban;!,gaffi|s ) ,;:lftc1ticlip. jihie^ ijehedtile le>t John's ''•• of fiahcrbft Snd A; St. Joseph's of Granville; at 225 Teenagers Hopped Friday Two hundred and twenty five teenagers attended the Harris Hop last Friday evening at the Armory in Algona. This dance was conducted by members of the Salesmen's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. Two lightning-fast girls from Swea City won the jitterbug contest. Winners of the couples dancing contest were automatically King & Queen of the Dance. They were Doris Ann Kohlhaas and Dean Dodds, boy's Kossuth county 4-H president. They received awards from Algona merchants and were invited to appear later on television. Many valuable prizes were given out during the evening. TOM'S Televiews Playhouse 90 brings an excellent program Wednesday, May 18, on CBS. Rod Selling (creator of Twilight Zone) has written the script, and Charles Laughlon stars in 'In The Presence Of Mine Enemies', a 90 minute production of the Warsaw Ghelto in Nazi- occupied Poland during World War II. Thursday, May 19, Buick Electra Playhouse presents another Ernest Hemingway Drama 'The Gambler, The Nun and The Radio' starring Eleanor Parker, Richard Conte and Charles Bickford. Red Skelton is scheduled to pantomime for Russian audiences next month. We wonder what his reception will be — or will he get in and out again? Seems they're going to need a few GENUINE U. S. laughs. Candid Camera, an early television favorite, spins off the Garry Moore Show next season lo occupy a half-hour lime of its own, Sunday at 10 P.M. on CBS. Here's some spendid viewing for this week in color, too: Wed. — The Price Is Right, 7:30 to 8. Perry Como Show, 8 lo 9. Thurs. — Ford Show, 8:30 to 9. Fri. — Masquerade Parly. 7:30 lo 8. Jerry Lewis Show 9 to 10. Sat. — Bonanza, 6:30 lo 7:30. Sun. — Carnival en Ice 7 lo 8. Dinah Shore Chevy Show, 8-9. Hon. — sieve Allen Show, 9 to 10. Tues. — Ford Startime, 7:30 to 8:30. Arthur Murray Party, 8:30 to 9. THAT'S BICH .., For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N ' — CY 4-3260). TOM'S BAP10 & TV Funeral For MrsKnapper Held At Wesley Wesley — Mrs Harmke Knapper, 95, died at her home in the north part of town May 11 at 3 p.m. She would have reached her 96th birthday, May 13. Mrs Knapper was born in Holland in 1864 to Koert and Zrietje Oudekerk and came to the United States in 1904 and had lived for 50 years in the Wesley area. She is survived by six sons, three daughters, 40 grandchildren and 87 great-grandchildren. Her children are Charles of Los Angeles, . Cal.; Tom of Blomkest, Minn.; Henry of Sebastopol, Cal.; John of Forest City; Mrs (Grace) Reikes Jleinken of Britt, Albert of Blomkset, Minnesota; Mrs (Anna) Alvin Omberson of Britt; Jerry of Britt; and Mrs (Ellen) John Reinken of Britt. She was preceded in death by her 'husband John Knapper whom she married in 1883, three infant ions and a daughter. In spite of her advanced age she had been in fairly good health until last December. Since that lime she has been cared for in her home for six week periods by Mr and Mrs Tom Knapper. Mr and Mrs Albert Knapper and Mesdames John and Reikes Reinken and others. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 14, in the Christian Reform church north of Wesley at 1:30 p.m. Casketbearers were 6 grandsons. Rev. B. A. Rust of Britt and Rev. John Maas officiated and the Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the church cemetery. Algona Senior Top Accountant At Denver U. Robert E, Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Vurnon Jensen, Algona, was honored by the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants Friday as the outstanding accounting senior at Denver University. He was presented with a scroll during an awards luncheon at the organization's annual meeting in the Deliver Hilton Hotel. A graduate of Algona high school, Bob was one of six seniors honored at the luncheon Friday. (UDM E Trucker Fined $215; Justice Court Crowded A Fort : Dodge trucker, Dolor Adams, paid $215.40 and costs in district court here this week after he was bound over on an axle overload count by Justice C. H. Ostwinkle. Alvin B. Johnson, Jr., Kanawha, was charged with falsely drawing a bank check in Ost- winkle's court, then made restitution of the 1763.05 involved in the matter and the charge was dismissed. The check was written to the Wesley Sales Barn. Many other preliminary hearings were held at Ostwinkle's office during the week. Included were: Paul J. Goecke, Algona, speed ing, $20; Robert E. Barslou, Swea City,' operating truck without a permit, $10; Clifford Holding Burt, overload .on registration, ?5; Charles Reynor, 'Mansfield, Ohio, night speeding, $20; Albert Mitchell, Fenton, incomplete freight registration, $10; Dale G. Buck, Rolfe, failing to yield right-of-way, $25; Joseph Norcross, LuVerne, axle overload, $8.2Q. Joseph M. Knoer, Rodman, axle overload, $7.90; Dana M. Pettit, Whittemore, speeding, $10; Maurice Lawlor, Des Moines, improper passing, $10; Orlin D. Solberg, Ringsted, truck overload. $9.80; Amos Finnestad, Fenton, illegal freight rate, $15; Robert W. Maahs, Whittemore, axle overload, $8.10; Garryl C. Householder, Livermore, two counts axle overload, $6.30 and $6.90- and June M. Garman, Burt, improper passing, $10. Costs were paid in addition to fines. Install Officers Of New Future Teachers Ass'n Monday evening, May 9th, an installation ceremony was held at the Algona High School Auditorium for the new Future Teachers Association officers. Some Algona members put on a comedy act for entertainment. There was also a mixer and lunch. One correction from last time is Treasurer, Sherry Wenger from Titonka instead of Vjcki Rakow The officers were presented with corsages and a bqutonnicre. The sponsor for this year, Mrs Oesterreicher from Burt was also presented with a corsage. Trucks Collide At Swea City; $300 Damage Two trucks collided Monday at 10 a.m. on highway 9 at Sv/ea City, resulting in $300 damage to the vehicle driven by Eddie Mossengren, 54, of Esthervijle. Mossengren was headed west at the time of the mishap, A truck driven by Clarence C Franks, 66, Blue, Earth, was turning north and Mossengren was unable to stop due to the slippery highway. It had rained hard prior to the crash. There were no charges filed by Patrolman Charles Bird who investigated. Algona Nurse In PubliHltiith Work In Korea Mary P. Kain, a major in the U.S. Army Nurse .corps, is the first public health nurse ever assigned in Korea: She is a native of Algona, Iowa, and a daughter of Mrs Mary Kain of Algona. She is on the staff of the surgeon, Seoul Area Command, and was the subject of a recent feature story in the Pacific Stars & Stripes. Before entering the U.S. Army Vurse Corps during World War [I, Mary received her training at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester. On her first tour of duty she served in Africa .anct Europe. Upon leaving service after the war, Major Kain entered the Un- Spring Luncheon Annual spring luncheon of St: Ann Auxiliary -will be held May 24 at 1:15 p.m. in the Go^d Room of Algona Hotel. Reservations may be made with Mrs Joseph McFarland or Mrs Don^PrieS- korn. Bridge and 600 will be played with numerous prizes awarded. There will be a short meeting and election Of officers. All members and guests are urged to attend. Mayor's Court Three persons paid fines following hearings on driving violations in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. They were: Berniece L. Banwart, West Bend, and Raymond L. Reid, Algona, $5 and costs each, speeding; and Don't Forgat Al^ona's Most Complete , Town & Country Garden Center ALGONA FLOUR & FEED COMPANY For Rent FOR RENT — STRICTLY MOD- ern 3 room furnished apartment. All utilities furnished. $50.00. Frank Vera. Phone CY 4-3495. '20* FOR RENT—MODERN 2 ROQM apartment, furnished,- private entrance, 402 S. Moore. Phone CY 4-4572. 20* FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR 2 room units suitable for light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan Motor Court, 1111 E. State St Ph CY 4-3523. 12tfn FOR RENT — FURNISHED, heated apartment, close in, private entrance, private bath, garbage removal service. See Bjustrom Furniture. 2tf FOR RENT r- DOWNSTAIRS furnished apartment. Close-in. Utilities furnished. Phone CY 4-3786 after 5 p.m. 12tfn Card of Thanks ; • 4 . •: CAHD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to i'iends and relatives for the floral and spiritual bouquets, :ards and food and everyone who iclpcd in every way following he death of our beloved son'and srother. The Family of Michael 'feffer. 20* CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to "riends and relatives for the loral & Spiritual bouquets, cards md food and everyone who iclpcd in every way following he death of our beloved wife and mother. The George L. andel Family. 20* MR. FARMER! MR. LANDOWNER! What Would You Say To An Offer Like This? FOR SALE i ' ' No. 2 Corn 27c Bu. Fall Delivery BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WITH MOR-GRO STANDARD OIL QUALITY AMMONIA, AND SUB-SOIL MOISTURE SUCH AS WE HAVE NOT HAD FOR 5 YEARS, EACH 3 IBS. OF NITROGEN, ACCORDING TO STATE COLLEGE EXPERIMENTS, WILL GIVE YOU AN ADDITIONAL BUSHEL OF CORN. SO THESE ARE THE FACTS -YOU CAN PURCHASE THESE TOP BUSHELS (about 25 Bu. per acre) FOR Ik Per Bushel Passenger cars in the U.S. travel an average of 9,359 miles per year. Passenger car advertisers invested over 13 per tent more in newspaper advertising in than in the jji'cvioUj year. Biy-kills! Ready to use-easy to apply with spreader, f ~; NEW WORTHRUP KING GRAB-X COVERS Cuiten Hardware Algoiiu 10 |. Stale THE SQUEEZE IS ON - YOU AAUST HAVE THESE CHEAP BUSHELS TO SHOW A PROFIT THIS YEAR! j ; - BUT YOU SHOULD GET YOUR ORDER IN WITHOUT DELAY. Everything points to an acute nitrogen shortage in June, Normally all Ammonia is applied in April and early May in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri arid Southern Iowa. This year due to excessive moisture, application is delayed and everyone will want ammonia at the same time — and an acute shortage will result, Last year with more favorable conditions, over half the dealers in Iowa were out of Ammonia in June, There just are not enough tank cars to deliver the ammonia in rush season. MOR-GRO AMMONIA IS YOUR MOST ECONOMICAL FORM OF NITROGEN--20 to 40% LESS EXPENSIVE THAN ANY OTHER FORM ' ! i ' We Fyrnish Applicator And Tanks. You Apply Your Own, Or For A Nominal Charge We Do Everything, Get Busy I Arrange For.Your 27c Corn This Fall I PLACi YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD OIL QUALITY AMMONIA. OIAHRS-Kront?&tangfr,Titenke; Murray Slevetpr, Bancroft? Perkins Bertie Go*, Rodman. , ; ...,.., . , _ .'.. 4 ''.•.-. ' - .•'..,'• I < S»»*Jl«»«i«di«*«»Mftft*^^ '>flr—V^Tffltrmi^ i

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