The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 4
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f «***"•• (la.) Upp«f B«t Molrtt* Tuesday, June 14, 1960 Kossuth Delegation Lake, Minn., Saturday where they spent several clays on business. Bill Stuclcr, district manager an;l :nk-srmm for Sieg Co. of Al- guiui. spent Friday and Saturday at a business meeting in St. Louis i\h. Th.' family will move soon to in upartment in Algona from Cl:::i.)ii. \ idpr lAX'big was re-elected pn. 'den! of the Hancock County Hui,. 1 Kltvtric Company at the or;,,inixiii.on of the board. Mr ai'd Mrs Tom Licklcig are pan nts of a baby girl born June 2 at the Hritt hospital. She was bann/ed Sunday June 12 in St. Jo-, pli's Catholic church and naiiH-d Marjorie Elizabeth. Miami Mrs Albert Licktcig were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Lou Lick- teit. are the paternal grandparents. « Mrs Jiihn Cassel of Los Angeles, Hit- I'iinncr Bernadctte Studer, and hci S:SKT, Myra. new Mrs Art Sa<is;a,l and husband of San Dicun. Cal., came the first part of la.;t week for a visit in the par..ntal Ben G. Studer home. Mrs Studor is recovering .slowly at St. Ann hospital Algona from a stroke. '1 om Root and Louis Martin are working for the Bud Robinson construction company at Algona. Kossulh county's delegates to the Girls State 4-H Convention, held last week at Ames, are shown in the above photo. The girls helped elect new state officers and several participated in the Belter Groomed Girl and Country Girls Creed contests. In the photo, left to right, front row, are Mary Alma O'Brien, Barbara Jean Menke, Le Ota Ann Voss, Merle Ann Harig, Ann Smith, Beverly Thorson and Diane Gartner. Second, left to right, Donna Jean Trenary, Mary Beth Reilly, Ann Vogel, Bonnie Brislow, county vice president, Carmen Cook, Dawn Schultz, Maxine Clark, Served in the 3racious Atmosphere of the Ballroom Each Sunday — 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Featuring Music on the Hammond Organ (9 Delicious Food ©Graciously Served Sunday Dinners From $1.40 Up HOTEL ALGONA COFFEE SHOP and DINING ROOM Wullis Kay Reynolds and Mrs William McKim, leader, Portland 4-H Club. Back row, left to right, Dolores Goet/., (partially hidden), Karen Secgebarth, (Partially hidden), Mrs Clarence Diet's, leader, Bancroft Busy Bees, Marilyn Hinckley, Eileen O'Brien, (partially hidden), and Glennda Gabriclson. i.acn county club was represented by a delegate from Tuesday through Friday. About 1500 girls from around the stale attended the convention, Well-known speakers vfere featured at morning ( .and afternoon sessions during the week. (Extension Photo-UDM Engraving). • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman ter are the parents of a son born Thursday at St. Ann hospiti I, Algona. They now have a family of four daughters and six sons Mrs Carpenter is manager of the bowling alley. Mr George Johnson and daughter Mert of Titonka spent Wed ncsday at the Laurence Bergman horr.t-. Mr and Mrs Delbert Ferguson are the parents of a daughter born recently at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. They now have a family of two daughters. Duane McCleish and Larry Eckheart spent the past week in Chicago and Wisconsin. On Sunday, Mr and Mrs Clyde Eckheart and Christine. Mr and Mrs Fred Eckheart and son of Humboldt met them at Gary, Ind. where they attended a family reunion. Mr and Mrs Ross Solberg, St. Paul, spent Tuesday at the Roy McGuire and Laurence Bergman homes and attended funeral services for Harry Solberg at Algona. Dennis Wolf, Chicago and Jane Wolf, Omaha, spent the first of the week with their parents, the Gene Wolfs. Dodda, Penny Dodds, James Boyd and Barbara Boyd. Masters Degree A former Algonan, Willnrd Mitchell, son of Mrs Edna Mitchell, Algona, graduated from Stanford University, Palo Alto Cal., with a master of science degree in industrial engineering Sunday, June 12. Mitchell is a. 1940 graduate of Ahgona high school, a former test pilot for North American Aviation and n veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict. Son Burned Lone Hock —.Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards received word that their son, Frank, of Garner was badly burned while working on a truck which backfired and threw burn- .ng gas on him. He is in the Britt hospital and is reportedly improving. L Wesley an And Fiance Receive Their Degrees Wesley — Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig and sons attended graduation exercises June 5 of the Mercy School of Nursing held at St. Mary's Catholic church in Council Bluffs. Margie Sehmiiz, the fiance of Bill Loebig Jr., was a member of the class. Bill Jr. received his Masters Degree in hospital administration at the Slate University of Iowa June 10. He has served the past year internship in Mercy hospital. Council Bluffs and has been accepted as 2nd Lt. in the Army Air Force, and will leave lor service January 1. 19G1. He and Miss Schm'ilz plan a fall wedding. Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig Sr. attended the Friday exercise's, and were Thursday overnight guests of Miss Schmitx.'s parents Mr and Mrs Alvin Schmitz at Westphalia have purchased a new'ranch-type homo on West 6th street in Britt and will get possession July 8. They have been Wesley residents lor 17 years. He has accepted a position as elementary principal in the Britt school and she will continue teaching commercial in the Corwith-Wesley high school. • Major Surgery Mrs Herman Bode had major surgery Wednesday morning, June 7 in Mercv hospital, Mason Citv. Mrs Urban Lickteig \vent to University hospital Iowa City iuesday June 0 to go thru'the clinic. Mrs Perry Torino returned home Saturday after a month's visit with her son, Lyle and family in California. Mrs Rose Murphy, who left here three weeks ago, is now ir California where she will visit for seVeral months with her daughter, Mrs Frank Shea. Piano Recital EbKn Moberg, Rockwell City, and Evelyn Bode, Algona, will •^resent their students in a piano ••rrital Sunday. June 19, at 2:30 p.m. in St. Cecelia's Academy. The following students will parti- cinat": Diane Schoby, Judy Bickert, Becky Hakes, Mark Prieskorn, Connie Casses, Ruth Cassel, Susan Bode, Diane Bode, Mary Louise Miller, Mary Morck, Judy Parrott, Marne Parrott, Jane Raney, Janice Robinson, Joan Robinson, Peggy Schutter, Jeanette Vigdal, Marilyn Skow, Lorna Walker, Brenda Sjogrcn, Lark Whittemore, Karla Sjogren, Dorcne Mr and Mrs Bernard Carpen- Funk, Bradford Kraft, , Susan OPEN BOWLING Every Friday & Sunday Night This Summer AT ALGONA LANES 8 COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED LANES AVAILABLE FROM NOW UNTIL THE END OF SUMMER. MAKE UP A PARTY AND COME ON OUT - IT'S PLENTY COOL ALL THE TIME. Purchase Home Mr and Mrs Charles Mull in IF DAD SMOKES ARE HERE! SUNDAY WITH A SMOKE WHS PBSC1D TO Pli£SE YOU® HIS GIHS ® PIPES © CIGARETTES © TOBACCO © CIGAR LIGHTERS ® POUCHES © PIPE RACKS • ASH TRAYS © BOXED CIGARS YWVWWWWWUWUWJWAVA W^ Don't Forget His Favorite Mcsqcszines 5; Sh 1 .V.'/WAV.VAV.\V.VAV«V.VAV 0 V«° tta aV> The two rows of large trees have been removed from the north side of St. Joseph's Catholic chuvch. /V .group of parishoners assisted with the work. The area will bo used for parking, which was biKUy needed. IT COSTS SO LITTLE TO PLEASE DAD WHEN YOU SHOP AT THE SMOKE SHOP ' ' ' (••••••••••••••••••••••• J The four sisters of St. Joseph's parochial school left Friday for Milwaukee, Wis., where they will spend the summer months. Guests in the George Riche home June 5 were cousins, Mr and Mrs Hugo Poppe of Clarksville. Marcia Lang, daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Lang of Mason City came June 8 for a two week visit in the Gayle Studer home. Mrs Grace Martin and Scott. Davis of Ottumwa came Wednesday for a visit with his sister Mrs Chloie Simpson. ivainy Uus, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edmund Otis, began work Monday in a research office in Ames. A Spanglcr family reunion* was held at West Bend Sunday June 12. The Lon Gouges and Wilfred Beckers attended. Dr. and Mrs L. L. Pfeffer and Paul attended the first Mass of their nephew and cousin, Father Tom Pi'effer, in Holy Trimily church in DCS Moines Sunday morning. Judy Pleffer who is attending summer school at the University in Iowa City came Wednesday and attended the first Mass and then went back to Iowa City. Carol Martin, Margaret Ann Bleich and Bobbie Bleich drove to Cedar Falls Tuesday to get Donna Mae Bleich, who had completed her studies at I. S. T. C. Donna began work next day as lifeguard and swimming instructor at the 1 pool here. Mrs Louise'Osborh, Mr and Mrs Chas. Heishman and family of State Center and Mr and Mrs Don Paul and family of Marshalltown were June 5 guests at the Dwight Bruns horns. Tuesday Club will hold its annual picnic breakfast June 21 in the ciiy park at 9 -a.m. There will be an election of officers and an i hour of recreation. Methodist circles meet June 15 in the Clarence Ackerson, Fred Rasmussen and Lawrence Baylor homes to elect officers and plan the new year's program. Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig and Randy and Wilma Brown of Algona went to Menomince Falls, Wise, for a few days visit over the Memorial weekend with their son and fiancee, Craig Loebig. Mrs All' Studer reports a new granddaughter, Sally Jo, born June 9 to Mr and Mrs Don Studer of Des Moines. Sally Jo weighed in at 12 pounds, 3 ounces. Mr and Mrs Carl Froehlich drove to Marshalltown Saturday to meet their daughter Donna, now Mrs Grover Foote and sons, Gary and Mark, of Roselle Park, New Jersey. They will spend about two weeks here. Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber and their grandson Don Weber returned home Thursday from a week's visit at the home of the Calvin Meineckes. Mr and -.Mi's Lawrence Koppen xxynpanied Mr and Mrs.Irwm M>jUifliUi/U >I<A ll,';.,;!. 1 j*.4,li»<*>Ai»»AVii •' R. FARMER! MR. LANDOWNER! 4/wuM4/w»~c» HI I What Would You Say To An Offer Like This? FOR SALE .. 2 Corn 27c Bu Fall Delivery . f BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WITH MOR-GRO STANDARD OIL QUALITY !A, AND SUB-SOIL MOISTURE SUCH AS WE HAVE NOT 5 YEARS, EACH 3 LBS. OF NITROGEN, ACCORDING TO STATE COLLEGE EXPERIMENTS, WILL GIVE YOU AN ADD1- OF CORN. SO THESE ARE THE FACTS - YOU CAN PURCHASE THESE TOP BUSHELS (about 25 Bu. per acre) FOR 27c Per Bushel THE SQUEEZE IS ON - YOU MUST HAVE THESE CHEAP IELS TO SHOW A PROFIT THIS YEAR! 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 and 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 We Furnish Applicator And Tanks, You Apply Your Own. Or For A Nominal Charge We Do Everything. I Get Busy I Arrange For Your 27c Corn This Fall I PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD Oil QUALITY AMMONIA. MOR-GRO Inc. Plant At Irwin 9 ton, Itwa — f h»M CV 4-3541 or CY 4-4026 DEALERS *• Kranti ft KiUinger, Titonka; Murray Elevator, Bancroft; Perkint Bottle Oas> Rodman,

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