The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 9
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August 2, 1960 tKje CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper , • Its ^H^ W W V ^MW^V SPEAKING. • Are You Ladies Having Problems With The Family Washing? If you think you are now . . . just wait til there's snow on the ground and ifs good and cold. Thafs when your clothes drying problem gets really rough, and you know it! Better see about getting a new clothes dryer. Cheap Jto buy, easier to maintain and more economical to operate. And remember .... ELECTRICITY IS PENNY CHEAP! - Algona Municipal Utilities Bowling, Supper Party Held By Swea City Group Swea Cily — Seventeen mem- August 2, 1960 Fr!« * Aug.'5 Andy Doll. & Band Sat., - Aug. 6 Henry 'Charles And His Orch. Tues., • Aug. 9 • 8 io 11 TEENS Eddie Randall And The Down Beats Thurs., • Aug. 18 Swing & Sway SAMMY KAY And His Famous Dance Orchestra Adm, $1.89 plus tax — fot. $2.00 — checking lOc Near Asphyxiation bers and two counselors of th Jr. MYF enjoyed a. bowling part at Bancroft Thursday' afternooi The group returned to the churcl for a supper served by Mesdame V. E. Hazelhoff, Qifford Smith Frank Srnouse, Arnold Ahdersoh and Henry Eggerth. Molley Hazelhoff presided 'a the meeting. Kathy Seylar gaV devotions ,and reports were given by those attending camp. It Wa decided to have an attendanc contest. The Pete Helmkes have beef visiting with the Sig, LogeS'i-a Donnelly, Minn. "* Mr 'and Mrs Lawrence Doegt and Mrs Cora Stow 'of Btjrt and he Harold Krantzs visited Mdn- day evening at the Cecil Godfred- on's. Many friends and relatives lave called on Mrs Godfredsonjit ler home since she was release'd from, the .hospital last Thursday? Blake funeral Homes Homes At LuVERNE RENWICK WESLEY TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVICE: Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled GET READY FOR THE 1960 KdSSUTH C6UNTY AUGUST 16,17,18,19 AT FAIRGROUNDS IN ALGONA ''~^ f ^^**~*^^~*^s~<^^-*s^r^r^s^\ l rT*s+>s^s^r^t^ l f EXHIBITS TUESDAY- Market Swine, Market Lambs, Floral Hall Exhibits, Dairy, 4-H Girls. 4-H Colts. Open Class Colts and Horses. Beef, Poultry, Rabbits, — Girls Club Exhibits, THURSDAY - FRIDAY — rnJUHI — 4-H Girls Demonstrations, Open Class Swine and Sheep. Prize Livestock Parade. Beef Sal8 ' 4 ' H strations, TIICCRAV Baseball Game I UCJUA I — Grand Old Opry Variety Show, WEDNESDAY- GRANDSTAN FRIDAY Baseball Game " Grand Old Opry Variety Show Stock Car Races Auto Thrill 'Show ~"~ > ~~^'>~~~N'W»^v> < ws^ > ^ v> ^ vv ^ N/N ^ > MIDWAY RIDES GATES OPEN 7 A. M. EACH DAY NOTES OF SERVICE MEN LACKLAND AFB. Texas — Airman Ronald H. Gardner, son )I Mr and Mrs Leo H. Gardner )f 1226 East North St: Algona 6wa, has cpmpleted his initial .course of Air Force basic 'military /training here. He has been sel- ,ected to \ attend the technical training course,for Air Police at Lackland AFB,' TCAUS. : Airman Gardner attended Algona High School. Upon completion of special technical training at an Air Force Technical Training Center, airmen are assigned to operational units of the USAF Aerospace Force. LUDWIGSBUKG, Germany — John Youngwirth,,. son of Mrs Helen Youngwirtn; Wesley, Iowa, Now you Know! , The .answer to everyday ;•'•••'; insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: What kind of insurance, if any, would pay for damage to a home from ice or snow? • ., . ANSWER: Several forms of insurance pay for such damage, newest and a popular form being the All Physical Loss endorsement to fire insurance coverage. Ice or snow damage Is usually written with a fifty dollar deductible. clause. if you'll address your own Insurance questions io this office, well try to give you the :orrect answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L. S. BOHANNON . Dodge CY 4-4443 recently was promoted to specialist four in Germany, where he is a member of the 226th Medical Company, Specialist Yoimgwlrth, a litter bearer in the company in Ludwigsburg, entered the Army in September 1958 and completed basic combat training n't Fort Carson, Colo. The 24-year-old solcHer Is a 1954 graduate of Wesley High School. His wife, Carol, is with him in Germany. FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas — Army Nurse (Maj.) Mary P. Kain, daughter of Mrs. Mary Kain, 1420 E. State St., Algona, Iowa, recently completed an instructor training course at Brooke Army Medical Center Fort Sam Houston,' 'Tex. Major Kain was trained in the most effective use of training aids and teaching methods. The major entered the Army Nurse Corps in 1943 and has served in the Far Eas.t. She is a graduate of Algona High School. 1ST CAV. "Bivi, KOREA — Army Pfc. Gary Ewing, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin V. Ewing, Route 3, Swea City, Iowa, recently qualified as expert in firing the M-l rifle while serving with the 1st Cavalry Division in Korea. A truck driver in Battery A of .the division's 19th Artillery, he entered tne Army in April 1959, completed basic training at Fort, Carson, Colo., and arrived overseas last March. Ewing is a 1954 graduate of Swea, High School. Bierstedt Gets Watkins Honor Theodore Bierstedt, Whittemore, an independent dealer in Watkins Products, was honored recently by Mr. E. L. King, Jr. President of the direct selling firm, for his outstanding sales and service in this area. As part of a national program to pay recognition, to the firm's outstanding dealers during the months of May and June, Theodore Bierstedt received a special President's Award Pin and Certificate. Mr. Bierstedt has been a Watkins dealer in this area for the past 13 years. GORED John - Reynolds, of near Exira was,injured recently .,when gored by a bull. Mr. Reynolds was attacked when he attempted , to drive the animal into a testing chute. He was struck in the abdomen by the bull and rendered unconscious. He suffered two cracked.' ribs and a ruptured spleen, .1'- BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa Mulligan Stew Announced By St. Joe Group St. Joe — Knight's of Columbus will hold their regular monthly meeting Aug. 3, with Francis Erpelding, grand knight, presiding. Sunday, July 31, was communion Sunday for all Knights in St. Joseph's church. The Mulligan Stew, annual fund-raising affair, is dated for Tuesday evening, Aug. 30. Miss Kirsch Honored A pre-nuptial shower was given Joyce Kirsch Wednesday evening with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. The evening was spent plays 500 with Mrs Edwin Thilges and Mrs E. M. Gales receiving prizes. Jane Reding received the door prize. Miss Kirsch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Kirsch, will become the bride of Richard Dornbier, son of Mrs Cecelia Dornbier of Algona, Aug. 3, here. Trojans Met The St. Joe Trojans 4-H club met July 27 at the Ted Hilbert home. Ray Erpelding and Nicki Enpelding gave their demonstration,. Howard Kohlh'aas •and Kenneth Bormann also gave'a'demon'-' stration, launch was served by Mrs Hilbert. SUNDAY, AUG. 7 Marv Reedstrom SUNDAY, AUG. 14 Don Hoy SUNDAY, AUG. 21 Henry Charles SUNDAY, AUG. 28 Guy DeLeo No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Illi! Baby Son .Arrives Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit, Ottosen, are parents of a son born at St. Ann hospital, Algona, July 29. Mr and Mrs Henry Bormann are maternal grandparents anc paternal grandparents are Mr anc Mrs George Streit of Whittemore Mrs Delmer Plathe entertainec her 500 club Wednesday evening with Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs Biii McGuire and Mrs Ray Thilges receiving prizes. Mrs Tony Weydert and Mrs Adam Berte were guests. Mrs Peter Kirsch entertainec the R Nu Club Thursday evening with Mrs Sylvester Wagner receiving high and travel prize. Mrs Tony Weydert received second high prize. Bald eagles arc 1 so named because of the effect of the white feathers on their heads. Monoxide Gas Nearly Fatal To 4 Ennens A tragedy was averted recently when the Robert Enncn family came close to being victims of carbon 'monoxide poisoning at their farm home t-nst of Wesley. Mrs. Ennen, 28, ;md three children. Rita, 8? Rory 3, and Mark 2 spent about four hours in the Hancock Memorial hospital under treatment with oxygen until they regained normal breathing and consciousness. Neighbors were instrumental in saving and helpjng the family. Cause of the near-tragedy was an unvonted water heater in the bnsement. Tt had been installed during the last war when materials were lacking and no vent lad been added to <_drry off combustion gases from the heater. Mrs. Ennen had felt the affects of the heater fumes on previous occasions but did not know what was causing the condition. She had been washing in the basement and consequently the heater was burning intermittently. , Since it was a hot day, the family decided to eat their noon meal in the basement. During the lunch one of the children passed out, then another and finally Mrs. Ennen. Mr. Ennen managed to get them out doors i but h'e couldn't find Mark, the youngest. Ennen, who was also groggy from the fumes drove to the Frank Richter farm for help and Dr. Camp was called. He arrived to find members reviving in the yard but Mark was still missing.. Camp entered the basement, opened the windows to air the place, then found Mark, passed out and curled up. in a chair. Some of the family were still having trouble brpathing so the doctor put them ui his. car and took them to the hospital for oxygen aid, Camp was of Ihe opinion that some sewer gasses may have add<sd Jo the siidation, but he warned persons, who may have an unvenied water •••.; heater, Jo be careful, and get ' Ihe healer corrected. 4-H BOYS & GIRLS FAIR TIME IS ALMOST HERE GET YOUR CALF & CATTLE Show Halters CURRY COMBS - BRUSHES AT CULLEN'S We have several types in different price ranges, GOOD LUCK!! HARDWARE Install Seneca Church Pastor Fenton — Installation services were held at the Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday afternoon for David C. Vigen, who was installed as pastor by the Rev. Olaf Holen, executive assistant to Dr. V T. Jordahl, president of the South Central District ot the Evangelical Lutheran Church, The letter of call was read to the congregation by Henry Looft. A reception was «e!d in the church parlors following the service. The congregation presented the family with a purse of money. Hev. Vigen was ordained Sunday Juno 12 at the home church, the Bethlehem Lutheran church at Fergus Falls, Minn. A native of Fergus Falls, Mr. Vigen was graduated in 1955 from St. Olaf College. Ho aitended the University of Oslo and the University of Minnesota and was graduated ! rom the Luther Thoologial Seminary, St Paul on May 29. v He is married to the former Sathryn Voss of Lakefiolcl. Minn., who is a graduate of St. Olaf-Fairview hospital school of nursing They are the parents of wo children. Erick, 2, and Ampy Louise three months. Men who Rive in if wrong, are wise; men who give in if right — arc married. HAMBURGERS BUNS MIRACLE WHIP ...ALL YOU NEED FOR BETTER BUNWICHES

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