The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 11
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%.* and Mtst Rennelh comb, have returned ffom^ vacm tton spent In New York City, and'what a vacation it was. A trip to the top of the Empire ' State building, a ferry ride •around the Statue of Liberty, • • seeing the ships In port over . the July 4th holiday, and best of a ».. according to Mrs. Holcotnb, - seeing "the Milsic Man." They visited Mr, Holcomb's brothers, Herbert, and Ronald and families and sister, Mrs. Shields. ' . * • * A card from Alice Ditsworth • pictured the Immanuel Lutheran Home at Kalispell, Mont, A modern church amid tonnected living quarters, a la the Pilgrim homo at Grinnell. She wrote, "It is nice to be with Margaret and '• family.' Dicks are coming from TemiJe, Ariz.,) next week." (Margaret and Dick are her daughter and son.) '...-;' ' "* * * ' i I had an. inquiry ihe, of her day from a woman who has followed WHO radio programs for sometime. She asked me' if I knew what had become of the .singer, Zelda. I don't know -. I never cared .for her nor Slim, but some .admierer might let me know and I'll pass the news along.'i still miss the "Song .Fellows" That was one • of the best programs WHO ever had. And what about pianist Bill Austin? I used to enjoy him so much. * * • Don and Eileen Orion and their children Connie and Michael have been here from Cave Junction, Ore.," visiting Don's mother and brothers, Mrs. Myrna Orton, Webster and Dennis. \Eileen has completed her degree 'at Bemidji, Minn. ,Both Mr.' and Mrs. Orton are teachers. * * . * . Back in 1923-27 Margaret Williams was employed at the telephone office, and made, her home with Mr. and Mrs. George Lee. Her parents were Noreen and John Williams. She is now Mrs. Virgil Turner, Brookings, S.D., and with her husband and sister, Mrs. Viola Teig, Minneapolis, has been visiting the Lees. She was interested ,in /looking up old friends, among them Elizabeth Wolfe who was employed at the phone office with her. some telephoning, among them a call to Nell Potter. She retnenv bered the Tilton place and re. called having heard about dady and Johnson having a crew Ot men there putting up hay. Satisfied that she knew what she .was talking about, 1 still wanted corroboration, so I called Daisy Cook who was a Tilton girl*and she verified what Mrs. Potter had said, description etc. And bless me! I had been at the farm several years ago, had Coffee there one afternoon and you'll never guess who owns the farm noto. It is the Olson place, .straight south of Hobarton, Just as Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Cook had said, and south of the ; Ralph Morgan farm. A new house was built some time ago, and the fine blacktop -Is a far cry from the country horse and buggy road I remember. Jufii t6I ihe teeorct — jhl* twenty-first day of July, 1 am without stockings, sure 'proof, it is a hot day. So far as I am' concerned, it has been a pleasant summer'. Cool, which I like, but probably we'll be m for hot days from now on. It is now good lake Weather and Mr. and Mrs, Albert Reid thought so, too. They left today for their cottage oh north Spirit Lake. . Headlines of 1924 - Children of Mrs. David King help her cele- y brate her 90th birthday. A baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Law- rencn Lnidley at Lone Rock. (She set a consistent pattern. The Laidleys had five daughters and nary a son). Hail storm damaged- crops north of Alguna. .* » ' » I've been playing in hard luck the past, few weeks. I reported on a "sick" toe and had just recovered when I sprained my ankle, same foot. The injury kept me from a trip to Fairmont to see Maggie and Clarence Pannkuk. My friends ore kind enough to merely delay the trip till I am ship-shape again, and we hope it will be a little cooler. "Tis said "misery likes company," and I've had plenty of it. Clarence had hurt his thumb on a car door and was unable to drive, their son-in-law had a toe cut off in a power mower and is just released from the hospital, his wife Thelma turned her ankle, and the Pannkuk's niece Mildred Taylor Fancher is hospitalized for some skin ailment. Tuesday, Aug. 2, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mo!ne*-3 sprained ankle? * . * * Hazel Lusby is on a irip io Yellowstone and points in North Dakota with hor son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eugonn Hutchins nnd family. It was nice of her to send a card saying she misses me on the trip. Which I am sure includes Lizzie Post, as we have made so many wonderful trips together. So who am I to grumble over a Mumps are usually thought of as a juvenile ailment, but occasionally they sneak up on adults and young adults. Such was case of Patty Wetzel of the latter category. She is employed at Dos Moines antl had planned a weekend visit wtth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel. A check with her doctor revealed she had mumps and her visit had to be postponed. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! BUTINEJ/ PERJMALITIEJ AND.. J€HV'IC.'€5.' *7/OV J\L^ 11 IS ..^AND PATILONIZf VIKING OIL CO FARM OILS AND GREASES Premiums .with Your Gas Purchases ' BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Depot • FIBERGLASS TANKS Guaranteed for Life • AUTOMATIC OPERATION • SOLID BRASS OPERATING PARTS — Can't Rust. SALES • RENTALS • SERVICE FREE WATER ANALYSIS Soft Water CY 4-3755 LINDSAY Brown's Dairy Building SOFT WATER Algona, Iowa 100 More Area Families Will Enjoy Thermogas This Year • » • OP • «v» •+• FARMERS ELEVATOR Buyers & Sellers of All Grains Get our bids on your grain before you sell. Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. H. Dale Cole or Corwin C. Peer 419 S. Phillips St. CY 4-2741 Some day I am going out io Katherine Gilmore's and see the pretties she. has made of ,sea shells. I can recall several lovely "things I've seen made of them, boxes for jewels and what-not, and I remember a favorite purse of my grandmother Hendersons Two large polished"-clam; shells] }<*f» making the'front and back, a chain handle, anh coin purse in the center. Among my 'relics ] have a necklace 'my uncle Lute Henderson sent rne from Calif. * * » Mary Bieser and I lament that it is no longer possible to buy ground'cherries. It is strange that anything so good is allowed to Vanish? Mary was busy canning cherries the day I talked with her and we got talking about favorite fruits. Cherries are nice but I'll settle for the ground variety. » * « Lenora Hiliz has been in Chicago visiting relatives and , had a wonderful time. There is so much to see and she, became very brave one day and set out alone to see the sights; She and I are agreed a small town is much nicer to live" in, though it is nice to "do" a city now and then. * * • Friends of Mr, and Mrs. Don Akre, Jefferson City, Mo., will be interested in learning that the daughter, Donna, 17, was recently selected for Girls^ State, tin honor to be proud of. She is planning to take a course in nursing and is now spending a few hours daily as nurses aide. * * * The last meeting of the year of the Plum Creek Womens' club was held with Mrs. Hazel Seely. With the September meeting, the 50th year of the organization will have been started. Mrs. Ethel Gardner and Mrs. Lela Gardner are the only charter members living. A few years ago Mabel Livingston took me to Fairmont to visit my friends, Maggie and Clarence PannkuK. It was still rather early when we reached Kossuth county and Mabel said "Let's finish the day. Where would you like to go?" I said, "Let's go doWn in Cresco township. I'd like to see the pjaces where my father put up hay years ago." I had in mind the Tilton and Potter farms as I remembered the hay land was close to them. \te found the Potter farm, then occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Will Potter, later in possession of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potter, and though I was only five years old when we "camped" near by, I recognized the place at once. But the Tilton farm eluded me and we came home without finding it. * * • On a recent Sunday Ruth and Glen Raney took me for another ride and we decided to try again at finding the Tilton Pla c P- \ still couldn't see any place that looked like the one I remembered Upon reaching home I did Algeria's Modern Furniture Store JUSTROM'S/ Our Direct-From-Factoiies Purchases of, Furniture, and Home Furnishirigs SAVES YOU MONEY B JUST ROM'S Low Down Payments — Free Delivery < ' CARPET Headquarters OF NORTH CENTRAL IOWA Carrying ln*Stock The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting In This Area — Displays at Your Fingertips . IBJUSTROM'S FURNITURE! Roto-Rooter Sewer Service For Clogged Sewers and Drains No Unnecessary Digging — Guaranteed COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER \ Serving Kossuth County - Ph. CY 4-3523 Algona Collect < Pictured above are tanks for 100 new Thermogas customers in this area who will enjoy the pleasures of automatic gas heating'in their homes. These tanks are located in the Thermogas plant on South Phillips Street in Algona. The Thermogas Company, with 12 employees and three plants located in Algona, Emmetsburg and Buffalo Center, will add 100 new heating customers between now and January 1. The tanks . pictured above are now being brought in and readied for use during the summer months. Thermogas makes a wonderful heat for those people beyond the gas mains, as it gives them city convenience without worry of storms or power failures. There are many uses for Thermogas that have been developed in the past few years; one of the newest that is rapidly becoming more popular is its use in grain drying. Jim Milder, Manager, on behalf of all Thermogas employees, wishes to take this opportunity to thank the. people of this area for the excellent patronage and friendliness shown to the Thermogas Company since its beginning here six years ago. For versatility, safety and economy of gas, contact the Thermogas Company where you'll always find helpful information and friendly cooperation in planning. BEN W IB BEN Building Contractor All Types Building — Farm and Town 122 South Heckart, Algona , Phone CY 4-2865 < > (Please Call After 6:00 P.M.) —f* THERMOGAS CO. OF ALGONA So. Phillips St. Phone CY 4-2841 • I Your Banking Needs SAFE • CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community ' IOWA STATE BANK MILLER LUMBER CO. Building Needs of all Kinds LOWER PRICE MAX BARTHOLOMEW, Manager East State at C & NW Tracks - Algona >++•+< t BUILDING MATERIALS f OF ALL KINDS AND TYPES Phone CYpress 4-4266 • For Remodeling, Modernising • For Farm & Home Building • For Heady-Mixed Concrete Ready-Mix Concrete ; AND LUMBER CO. F : Moving • Storage • Crating We Move Household Goods Anywhere Fully Insured — New, Modern Storage Warehouse All Types Crating - Phone CY 4-2275 POST Transfer & Storage Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS The Preferred L. P, Gas BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THERMOGAS CO. of Algona So. Phillip* St. Phone CY 4-2841 Algona '' ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Deere Headquarters In Algona "The Quality Name In < Farm Equipment" On Diagonal St. at NW Track* Algona Implement Co. FARM EQUIPMENT • FARM SERVICE MOTOR TRUCKS HOME APPLIANCES Phone CY 4-3501 1407 Commercial St. General Machinery Repair Welding - Cylinder Boring SPECIALTY PARTS MANUFACTURED ALGONA MACHINE SHOP C. Oakland W. $tat« St. ft) Hagg < >+»» »»»»+++++» »•» » i! DONOVAN'S SPECIALTY SHOP i HOME OF CUSTOM MADE ALUMINUM AND COMBINATION DOORS & WINDOWS i © RUSCO & NELSON • .ZEPHYR AWNINGS 610 N. Diagonal ALGONA CY 4-2202 ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING | DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE-THE FINEST IN PLUMBING AND HEATING EQUIPMENT -K Kohler, Rheem & Crane Fixtures •K Lux-Aire Furnaces -K Chrysler Air-Temp & Lux-Aire Air Conditioning •K INSINKERATOR Garbage Disposal Units •K Rheem Ho* Water Heat. ® rs> ... * tectrfe Sew er-Rooter Service. 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