The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 40
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 40

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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Receive Awards * ' '- Qface, Me&itn, Burt, ahd Virginia D. Dodd, West Bend, were among .191 ,nejv and transfer students* who will enter Iowa State University fit ArMS this fall who received ttiefit scholarships' arid awards recently. There Vrefe 902 applications' received by ,the awards committee at tne Ufii* versity from students in the upper 25 percent of their graduating class. ^ REGISTER fIti'KltS and cirbdn cash register rolls at the Upper Oes Molnes Pub. Co., Algdha. Study Burl Beef Cattle ^ \ ... 1 _*.»>«*. .. *^&*mt*tr.i: jtaHBl - 1 Getting there ija.tancg.the fun when you know, domfdrtaDle lodgiiigs are waiting for you! You'll want to let friends arid relatives know you're comingr tbb. Call ahead...... . long distance rates are very low. ..--•' IT COSTSi brJlLY $1.20 TO CALL FROM " • , .', ALGONA, ibWAV 1 '„ TO ANY OF THESE POINTS: Covington, La. Fulton, N.Y. i . Montgomery, Ala. / * '•,•''-•" - " " - (j'-mUi, '.tctlo? rbl«:»or ialU.ofttr 4 p.m. and oil day Sun-Jay. PI* lax.) Call by number... Koiiasches of Whittemore, .two of the Metzger boys from Esther- vilie and the Clarence Metzgers, Algona. Union Alethians Honor Mothers UHidh Aletheans 4-tt Club held its Mother's Tea, April 30, at Me Union Twp Center. Hbnorary mcitibers, Mrs Glenn Jonkinson and Mrs -Quintet! Bjustroifi, and all mothers present, received toi-sages. Mrs Wayne Keith judged the good grooming contest. Trudy Alt In the junior division ^ahd JUdy Willrett in the intermediate division, and Marjorie Hbldren m trie senior division, were the winner's. Talks we^re given by Shaiv tih Reilly, Linda Dodds arid Lbrna Walker. Tudsday, May .17,.. 1*60 Algona (la.) Upp«f DM ' More people travel by automobile than all other riieahs of transportation combined. And friore automotive advert ising dollars are itiVested in daily news- p'apers thari in Hhy other medium. uf> snibkl signal to tcll-um to send Injun Algona Cleaner! & LaUnderers -..- r*tr i BOBC Pact ArrhBs From CoUfihouSe ' Algona Phone CY 4-3265 East A«o%s From FR6E PICK-M AND DELIVERY i; iat £3 fei sJ. pd«c testing , h=Si of Ab e rde» •ihiiiaVth » ;.ltot >r»d U oli.» t«t«d herd 0< cattle in to*. ^SL^'' SW3SJ3&. V- tension Photo-UPM Engraving),. Prof essioft^r Directory A. J. (Arnie) Hicklefs Hospltalization Health & Accident Life,— Auto — Fire — Hail DENTISTS j, H. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — . All Lines ,of Insurance 206 East State St. Phone CY 4-3176 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - furniture Loan N. DoBge Phone CY 4-2735 ^ BOHANNON INSURANCE N. Dodge It Ph-CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D, PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 Over $74,000,000 worth 01 insurance in force. A home Lola Scuf fh»nv Begy HERBST JNS, AGENCY For Auto, House, HouseTiold t&nt s • Ted 8. Hetbst DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Blag. Office phone CY 4-434* " DH. X J. B. HARRIS. JR ' Dentist New Location On Coiner Phona CY 4-2334 At 622 E. State DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2348 Resident phone CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT, M.D. 110 N. Moore Street Practice Limned to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence Auto (with $ HAROLD C, SUilbBf JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore Office Phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2231^ JOHN M- SCHUTTER, MJ). • Physician & Surgeon 220 No. D° d ee.,Algona Office phone CY 4-1490 .Resident phone CY 4-2335 QPTOMETRISfT L. L. SNYDER Optometrist Ii3 East State Aluona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed. Saturday Afternoons "^rl. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined • , Contact -Lenses. Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone CYprfess 4-2196 Hours 1 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. cfofed Saturday. Afternoons The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The tnited States B urt, C. J. Stauders Of Bancroft Observe 4Mb Bancroft — Mr and Mrs C.' J. Stauder celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary, Sunday with a family dinner and open house in the afternoon for their friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Stauder have one daughter uirs Rosella Geitzenauer, Lone S.ock. They have made Bancroft their home all their life. Mrs Stauder was Mary Bolster before ner marriage. Banns of marriage were published Sunday for Charles Rhil- lip Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer' Kollasch, and . Elizabeth Jane Wolf. Mr and Mrs Larry Nemmers are the parents of a daughter born May 7 at St. Ann hospital. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs John Schneider, Swea City, and Mr and Mrs L. J. Nemmers. Mrs Alice Campbell arr.ive<J from California Thursday to visit her fathfcr, C. C. Inman at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Their oilier daughters, Mrs Francis Baker, California, and Mrs Elizabeth Henderson, Now York, have been here to visit their father and returned to their homes. Mrs Joseph Cogley, Algona, his sister, visited here Tuesday afternoon. Relatives from here attending the 40th wedding anniversary ot Mr and Mrs T. R, Doocy at Ledyard Sunday were Mr and Mrs George Doocy, William Poocy family, Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire family, Laurence Bergman family, Richard Menke family Cletus Porr family, Clarence Me- Quire family, Kenneth McGuire brothers and sisters of Mr and Mrs Poocy. Mrs Rose Murphy left Sunday for Winthrop to attend gradua lion of her granddaughter, Ka:« Murphy, daughter of Dr. and,Mrs A J. Murphy. From there she went to Chicago to visit her fivu sisters and two brothers. She and a sister, .Mary Woods; will leave June 2 to spend the summer with another brother and Mrs Murphy's daughter, Rosmary Shea, in California. • • . . Axel Bratllund and his son- in-law Arvid .Chris),, Scaryille, spent the first of the week in jhicago on business affaire of the ate Gustav Brattlynd, who was byried here May 7. ' Mr and Mrs Arthur Mulligan are the parents of a son born May 12 at Holy Family hpspital, .'hurville. guests with relatives here. A family dinner was held Sunday at the B. A; Frankl home in honor of their son, Matt and Ponniej son of Mr and Mrs G. Frankl, who were members of the First Communion Class at St. Cecelia's. . Mrs Carl Seip returned Saturday after a 2 week visit with relatives in Indiana. - - • Jessie Smith and Elva Ewa^dt of Algona were Sunday ' dinner guests at the Marguerite Hayes home. . Mr and Mrs Elmer Pole and •Mr 'and Mrs John Pole returned Tuesday from Iowa City where they had spent a few days at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Bird. The John Poles left Thursday for their home in Lawler, Okla. Chris. Gales spent last weekend at Waterloo with his sisters. His daughter Olivia Elbert accompanied him. . Mrs Roy Hinz Is Hostess To Seneca Mixers Seneca — The Seneca Modern Mixers club met at the home oi Mrs Roy Hinz- Tuesday afternoon at her home. Thirteen members answered roll call by telling of an economy dish which they used in meal preparation. ' Mrs Fred Johunnesen was the honored birthday member. Mrs Richard Bauer joined the club 'at this meeting. 'Mrs Frank pontje of Swea City was a guest.; The Junfe meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Ted Jensen. Mrs Ted Jensen and Mrs Gerald Jentz had charge of the entertainment which had been arrangd by Mrs Lyle England. 'Move To LuVerne Farm : Mr and Mrs Leo Fox moved last weekend to a farm home near LuVerne. Their son, Roger, who is a junior at Sentral high school is staying at the home ot Mis brother, the Larry Foxes, during the remainder of the : sch661 year. . Mrs A. N.' Storm of Des Moines has spent the past week at the Cecil Baldwin home. She was called here upon hearing of the serious illness of her uncle, Hans Nielsen. The children and-their families of Mrs Clara Bollig celebrated four occasions on Sunday at the Gordon Bollig home near Bancroft, Mothers 'Day. 'Linda Bollig's first Communion, the .baptism of Mathew Irmi'ter, son of the Jerry Irmitors, and the homecoming 'of Mr and Mrs Robert Metzger and baby who have been living in California. Present were the Gene Bolligs, •Howard and -Donald, the Henry Irmiters of Armstrong, the Clelus Muellers and the Louis »«. 0. M- P'CQNNOB Optometrist . . Visual Analysis & Visual Training 108 South Harlan St fHnme Federal Bldg.) (H pHONgCY 4-3743 Irvington Mr and Mrs Vee Mullin o Cass Lake, Minn., spent, a few days recently witr> his sister, Mi Olive Hanseri. * ; Mrs Lee Colwell, Mrs Harolc Colwcll an4 Mrs B. O. Pav visited Wednesday with Mai- Col well, § piiUeot at M,ercy hos pitaj in Fart OflJJgg.^ s , Mr and Mrs Ppnald Frankl P ASK YOU* DEALER TO §HOW YOU NbRltGO'S FAMOUS ROTARY BIADES! Othi&r shavws use clipping action. Back and forth. 1!±* Often pinch, irritate. But Speed* AVer's self-sharpeningrbtary blades go round and round QQ under; «ta«onary whisker teombs. Smo^oro^pth! And the Speed, shaver is so easy to clean with its exclusive " fhaving head. President Eisenhower's meeting t on "Journey- tc.Understanding" on the NBC-TV Network. NORTH NY, INC, NOW I Quality Stereo at a New Budget Price WEBCOR "STUDIO Stereo High Fidelity Fonograf $12995 MODEL t . , • Plays as self-contained '• . - stereo fonograf, or . Automatic Webcor y speaker wings can be Stereo-Diskchanger. detached and extended plays all size records, aU up to 8 feet for even 4 speeds, both stereo and finer stereo niusic., nxpnauraL ; ' £ " Stereo Music sounds Better On A Webeor-LMen To A Webco, Before BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE CY 4-3613 Algona Switch... to Standard Gasolines w1thMfG> springtime or any time put on your smiling face wffhfho NEW >/? yours in both Standard Gasolines-3/^>...exclusive^new detergent additive oreated by Standard OUResearoh. «• MPG> *»*»*» dirty carburetor throats, keeps them olean. #& That's why steady use of Standard Gasolines with MPG> boosts Standard Gasoline mileage in city-traffio driving. In 2V, million city test miles. roUeag* went up 6%! You also get smoother idle and save repairs. AtfO^Standwd's newest BUILT-IN GAS-SAVER! n.p.g. me»ii miles per jiOoa. Slandard'3 MiPG- n a mel * STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE Phsns CY 44173

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