The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 20
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r •••••. •;• — , '/ Algona Cwpfe At S t UJ< Institute >m l-Af0ena (la,) Upper D«« Maln«t * v.Atffc. 16, """"* NEW NATIONS,ARE CREATING A "NEW" UNITED NATIONS, reghlranis at the first Alumni Institute at The State University of Iowa were told last weekend. Among 72 alumni who attended the three-dav conference 1 were (left to right) Dr. John I. Marker, Davenport;. Mrs Doris Morsch, Fairmont, Minn., and Dr. and Mrs John Scputter, Algona. Blanche Holmes (far right) was conference coordinator. A second institute is now being plan ned. (UDM Engraving)'. CRUSHED George Oppermah of Manning was injured recency while helping dismantle the pellet machine for repairs at the mill. A piece of heavy equipment slipped'from a jack and crushed his right hand. Bones were broken in the hand and tendons were injured. About the time yua catch up with the Jones', they refinance. PROTECT YOUR CORN PROFITS BURT By Mrs Al Hinckley STORE SOONER, SAFER with -SIOUX- Harvest weeks earlier.'..and store corn in the -SIOUX- crib witH com- pl«{e confidence. You can hold for highest prices, confident your crops are safe. The exclusive -SIOUX- Air-Dr! System harnesses the wind to force fresh, drying air throughout the crib (see inset). It dries corn naturally, effectively.' Eliminates, usual expense and fire danger of ordinary drying methods. Check these features for better values: • Stronger—wire at thick at pitchfork tlnet It wttdtd (o 1 %" x 1 %* x W angle iron. • Will itand rigidly—«mpty or full. • Stop, iturdy roof anchortd ttcurtly. • Sp«clal dlvtrttr Iniurit uniform filling. For full Information see us soon. • SIOUX- MEANS Cl r Get Our Prices On All O Normal air circulation •f Additional -SIOUX* Alr-Drl circulation Brother Passes Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland received word last weekend that the former's brother, Guy 'McFarland, Osage, who had suffered a heart attack earlier in the week has passed away. Funeral services were held at- Osage Monday. Attending the last rites were, the G. O. McFarlands, Mrs Mathelda McFarland and Mrs Cecil Long of Algona. To Get Check-U;: Mrs Goodwin Bergerud left Wednesday for University hospitals where she will spend several days receiving a check-up. i __ j _ iu t Hospitalized Clifford Waltman was taken seriously ill at his farm home east of Burt on Saturday and rushed by ambulance' to the Holy Family hospital, where his condi- i lion is listed as satisfactory. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle was d patient at Mercy hospital from Friday through Wednesday. Dr. Clapsaddle suffered, a serious abscess of the ear. Joe Bullock and son David Des Moines, spent the weekend with his brother and family, the Glee Bullocks. The men enjoyed some fishing over the weekend. Mr and Mrs H. L. Hulterstrum of Litchfield spem a weekend recently visiting at the Dorw Larson and Helen Johnson homes and with his sister, Mrs Hattie Hulterstrum who makes her home with the Johnsons. Merwyn Cunningham, Jr. spent a couple of days this past week with Duane Peter. Mrs Anna Bierstedt accompanied her daughter, Mrs Leon? Macurnber of Algona for a visit with Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener. Dr. and Mrs John H. Roody and Melaney and Douglas Jon arc now making their home in Saginaw, Mich., where Dr. Roc-dy is intering at the Saginaw Osteopathic hospital. Mrs Roedy is thr former Barbara Fairbanks. has inereake'd by two MeDermoH from firiti and! ...,, Alvina Teideteim. LtiVerhe' havl come to mhke' their home. Mr and Mrs' Clifford and' Phillip vlslteu with , ttiiSJ mother and grandmother,-":" Anna Lovstad Friday. •/ ' ' Mrs M&ggie 'Lincoln; Mti: mouth, 111. visited from through Sunday with Mr Mrs E. C; Schwietert.- »• <' Mr and Mrs Carl Wienef'a: Karla Kay, Cedar Palls', wel_ weeknd visitors a't the Jerry 1 Wiener .home. Sunday d' ' guests of the Jerry Wieners' .. _ the Carl Wieners, Mr v and ,M1 Roy Chrischilles, Penton, J ".Mi Dale Schrooder, Susan and MiE hael and Mrs Henry Schroedt- of Lone Rock. Afternoon Visitor^ were Mrs Glen Minb, Julie, Nancy, and Paul Hansdfl( Swea City; Mr diid Mrs Jam Gifford and family, Baricroft/3V and Mrs Vern Batt, Esthervilti Mr 1 and Mrs RQhald Chrischll'l. and family, Fentoh and Mrs Kief neth Wagnor, Buu. ' '• '•' Mr and Mrs E. C. Schwiet enjoyed a picnic dinner with he"? sister, Elsie Baum at the, Gootf Samaritan Home, Mason CHy t '$. Mrs Dorothy ,McKim begaii her duties this past' week assislf ing in the care of the residents Of Nilfair Haven. • V•, Kathyrn Mdnus left Saturday for Washington, D.C. after spending a two week vacation with her; mother, Mrs Emma Manus atfd other relatives. , ' r\ Mr and Mrs Walter SorensdjV went to Jowa City Sunday. Mi-s Sorehson received medical treats ment on Monday. ' Mr and Mrs E. C. Schwietert attended the wedding of Karen Fredrickson to Keith Hertzke at the Armstrong Lutheran 'church recently. Harold Batt, son of Mr and Mrs William Batt Sr., arrived home on Friday, July 1 29, after serving four years in the Services. Harold received his Honorable Discharge at 'the Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. Enroute home from Florida he spent'.a day or so with his brother' and family, the Darrell Batts at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. r . ' " Andrew Hcfrms, son of .Mr and Mrs Jess Harms arrived home last week' after .serving 6 months active training at Fort. Sill, Oklahoma. Andrew is a member of :he National Guard, serving with the A'lgona Unit. ' • : > 'STY Will Sweep Sky Clear For Six Hours Sept. 10 Request was issued Wednesday, Aug. 3, by the Federal Aviation Agency for public approval and acceptance of the need to ground all civil aircraft for six hours Sept. 10. Reason for the request is a large-scale training exercise of the North American Air Defense Command. For the six hour period, the .sky will be literally swept clear of all civilian aircraft. It was stated that normally during that period 1,000 commercial flights would carry 37,000 passengers and about 700 general! aviation aircraft would also be flying. The Sky Shield exercise will be, held from 1' to 7 a.m. Easter Standard time Saturday, Sept. 10. INJURED Mrs. Maurice Kirkwood, of near Hopkinton was injured recently as she was putting fuel in a tractor with the motor running. The blaze ignited her clothing and she was burned on the right hand, arm, shoulder and underarm. She rolled on the ground to extinguish the flames. VISIT OUR FLORAL HALL BOOTH DURING SIOUX GRAIN BINS ON DISPLAY NOWI KOYKER GRAIN ELEVATORS AND AUGERS BY SIOUX We now have arriving a new line of grain moving equipment including KOYKER AUGERS AND ELEVATORS . . . these two products are the finest available and are backed by the Sioux people who supply us with steel buildings and grain bins , , , come out and let us show this new equipment and give you a price. ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. ALGONA E. E. (Bud) ROBINSON EAST ON HIGHWAY 18 CY 4-3374 AUGUST 16 -17-18-19 Here is a hearty welcome to the Kossuth County Fair next week and in particular to our booth in the Floral Hall . .. stop by and visit with us ... we have our booth with you in mind ... so come to the Kossuth County Fair next week and be sure to see us in the Floral Hall. KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN. Algona fyatopite .Y«ii fe S^ft Us During The Cool Morning Hours then To Attend tKfc .KOSSUtH COUNTY FAIRY We Have Some Fair Specials To Make You Glad You Stopped To See Us And Some Of Thent Make Good Back 'To School Items. ' • ( r '• STUDENT DESK LAMPS Adjustable — Have the new slyle, metal,' bullet shaped shades. Quantities limited. $2.95 VACUUM FOOD JARS 40 oz. size'— Nice.lor slu- denis lunches. Keeps Things Hot — Keeps Things Cold. $169 GENERAL ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCKS Wakes yoU* up )n time for :lasses and those important *ppolnimenis t ' •Reduced To $4.9$ LOOK GENERAL ELECTRIC CLOCK RADIOS' ' Some other makes sell for t $30 and $40. None priced lower and with warranty by G.E.„ ', • From $19.95 j 1 '" " * * ! , Make Algona Your Back To School Headquarters HOT DAYS AHEAD 20 Inch Portable Fan ... $23.88 Cools up to 5 rooms by veniilaling and circulating 4000 cubic feet of air per minute. It moves large volumes of air quietly, with no radio or TV interference. Safety designed with finger proof guards. 3 speed, induction type motor for many' years of comfort. \- • BUY A FAN BEST BUYS HOT D AYS AHEAD 20 Inch Portable Fan $28.88 Completely portable. You can fake it with you from room to room as needed. 3 Speeds — FAST-MEDIUM-SLOW. Fast speed for moving lots of air quickly, medium speed for day time use, and slow speed for riight time sleeping' when you want to move the air'gently and quietly. > .. , We have a Complete Stock of Home CANNING AND FREEZING SUPPLIES STONE JARS 1 Gallon Size 69c 2 Gallon Size $1.39 3 Gallon Size $2.00 4 Gallon Size $2.75 5 Gallon Size $3.29 ' All Sizes In Stock 4-H BOYS; & GIRLS ' SHOW HALTERS These will help you win the • prizes. t ., AT CULLEN HARDWARE $5.50 Up GENERAL ELECTRIC STEAM & PRY '..IRONS'' Take one to college with you girls. It's nice to look nice. AT CULLEN < 'HARDWARE $17.95 Back To School... In A 60' Chevy Wagon THERE'S NO BETTER WAY IN THE WO RLD TO TRANSPORT THE KIDS BACK TO TO SCHOOL ,.. HAUL THE GROCERIES FR OM THE STOKE TO YOUR HOME .,, HAUL TRASH TO THE PUMP , , , OR DO ANY OF THE THOUSAND AND ONE EVERYDAY JOBS WHEN IT'S NECESSARY TO USE TH E FAMILY CAR . . . THAN TO DO THEM IN ONE OF THE CLASSIEST CARS^ON THE MA RKET - A I960 CHEVROLET STATION, WAGON , . . AND THERE ARE MANY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM, INCLUDING ONE THAT WILL FIT YOUR BUDGET. SO BE PREPARED FOR THE TASKS THAT LIE AHEAD ... GET ALL THE INFORMATION ON THE COMPLETE LINE OF '60 CHEVROLETS; AND TRAVEL TO THE SCHOOL, STORE OR DUMP IN COMFORT. WE'LL BE VERY HAPPY TO GIVE YOU THE CHEVY STORY (ON A WAGON OR ANY OF THi OTHER SPIRITED AND ECONOMICAL CHEVROLETS), SO STOP IN TO- PAY AND TAKE A TEST RIDE OR DRIVE. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. CY 4,3554 Southwest Of The Courthouse Algona »Vfr»»lMV^«i|»<^*M«^

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