The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1960 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1960
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Champion Swine Showmen Al,/mf. , ham ', 15/ son of Mr and Mrs John Scuffham of rural mnm r'« /'M ns v ncd T^ 1 " diam P |() " swino showman Thursday ii, mi R V'u 1 ^ 1 " 11 C< ,' utl1y Ftlir - John ' shnwn " l 'he l^t above, A , m• Tf -'V &""" lllKh SC ' h ""' F - RA - llllil P loi> . is holding the nY V 1 ' 1 "-''' D 'r> M " m<1 « »™p"y «'"fl his blue ribbon, emblematic pri4l'ntiMJon V ' nR ' Ul " f Ul ' S ncws > Jll P t ' r miltlc lnt! trophy . r,»^!i ! >" W ? i wit l\ Jnhtl in UR ' I?' 1 "' 0 is Wayne Cordes, 12, son of Mr T' L i n r' 1 ", C '"' dt ' S of Lakola - Wayne, a member of the Buffalo mriM i i Cll !'-|' '•{''•'''V'-' 1 thf - ril)1)f ' n "« reserve champion showman. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving). . AROUND ALGONA . Fr5., - Aug. 26 Frank Buhr And The Ramblers Sot., - Aug. 27 Jules Herman and His Fine Dance Orch. Tues., Aug. 30 - 8 to 12 Teen Special Dance Contest Finals G. A. C. Slars Johnny Burnen The Crests Dick .Caruso Dicky-Do & Don'ls Freddy Cannon Johnny McKay Parents Free - Teens $1.50 Thurs., - Sept. 1 Vocal & Instrumental Artists The Four Freshmen Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp and Mrs W. J. Sigshee spent Monday visiting friends at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Dean Parroit had as their wcflkeniT guests Mr and Mrs" Jack Bedell and family of Spirit Lake. — o — Mr and Mrs W. A. Bartlett and family spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji with Mr and Mrs Bernard Smith of Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimcr and daughters spent Sunday at Mason City. Special feature of the trip was seeing Chester, Kitty and Doc at" the North Iowa Fair. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler and their house guests, Mr and Mrs William McEirea of New Zealand, spent the weekend at Waterloo where they visited relatives. LOW COST LOANS © For Paying Bills • For Buying Cars, Etc. • For Any Worthy Purpose • Monthly Payment Plans' To Fit Your Budget LOANS & FINANCING TO $5,000:00 SEE PAXSON INS. AGENCY N. Dodge - Phone CY 4-4512 AGENT FOR THRIFT PLAN, INC. - Fort Dodge, Iowa (28-30-32-341 TREE Hearing Aid Clinic •fM FACTORY-TRAINED CONSULTANT HOTEL ALGONA, ALGONA THURSDAY, AUGUST 25 9:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. You are invited to com* in for a FREE consultation by a trained representative of one of America's finest hearing aid companies. He will gladly help you with your hearing problems. No obligation. No cost for this service. > A eompFefe uffro-mTHIofure EARING AID .Worn In Your Ear! Miracle* Ear !!!• DAHLBERG All Other Styles • EYEGLASSES • BEHIND THE EAR • CONVENTIONAL To Fit Any Electronically Correctable Hearing Loss YOU HAVE TO SEE If TO BELIEVE IT If you can't come in — then call • CY 4-3571, Algona, for home appointment or write DAHLBERG HEARING SERVICE 918'/2 Nprth Federal Avenue, Mwon City. low* Eight Specs card club will meet Wt-dnesday cvoijiinR with Mrs Milton Dahl. —o— Mr* C. R. McQuiston will be hostess to the Happy Birthday club Thursday af;ci noon. «-„-(")____ Mr and Mrs G. W. SHllman have as their puest tho hitter's mother, • Mrs Minnie Ilolhind of Griswold. -..-0— Mr and Mrs W. J. Finn and Jim and Mr and Mrs .Don VvMp of Bancroft spent last week vacationing at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs William Sieele and Sally spent i'rom Saturday to Wednesday of last week vacationing at Lake Madison. S.D. • Bob Jensen, who allenciea summer school at Denver, Colo., is rpendiri.t; a few weeks with his parents, Mr and Mrs Vernon Jenson. —o— Mr and Mrs Norman Lee and four childrun, Lincoln, Nebraska, visited Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson and other friends over the weekend. —n— Mr and Mrs »<en Geilenfeld are parents of a son, born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 0 ounces ana has three sisters. —o— Mr and Mrs Ed Worley of Cleveland called on Algona friends Saturday. Mr Worley wa? formerly with the Iowa Stale Employment office hero. —o—• Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson and daughter, Jane, Hock .Rapids, spent Thursday and Friday herewith Mr Vinson's mother, Mrs Milton Dahl. —o— Mr and Mrs Glen Graham and son, Gary, the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Jay Graham of Burt and Mrs Eva Willie spent last week on a fishing trip to Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Meryl Yeoman and two daughters have concluded a visit here with the former's father, George Yeoman and other relatives and have returned to their homo at Denver, Colo. —o— Mrs Mell Peterson of Manhasset, Long Island, New York, has gone to Louisville, Ky. to visit her sister and will return to Algona for a longer visit with her father, C. B. Murtagh. —o—. Mr and Mrs Robert Harms are parents of their first child, a son, born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, C ounces. Grandparents are Mr ana Mrs Glen Harms and Mr and 'Mrs Virgil Shackelford. 3 " >"• ••" Mrs G. R. Cook and Mrs W. C. McDougall entertained at a coffee Thursday morning for Mrs Bob Geigel, who with her husband and children of: Amarillo, Texas spent several days of last week at the parental Fred Geigels. A bridal shower for Kathy Prothman wil be held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the V. F. W. hall. Miss Prothman, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Prothman, will be married to David Macumber, son of Mr and Mrs C. G. Macumber. —o— " Tom Zender, who is employed b5' the Rosemond Engineering Co. at Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Zender. His mother returned to Minneapolis with him and is spending the week with her sister, Mrs John Sprflalcn. i Charlotia Louise Geigel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Geigel of Amarillo, Texas, was baptized Saturday in a private sacrament at the Presbyterian church. Kevin, son of Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson, was baptized at the morning services Sunday. —o—• A bridal shower for Mimi Wright was held Monday evening at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mrs A. D. Crawford, Mrs Henry Furst, Mrs Fred Geigel, Mrs A. J. Huenhold, Mrs A. E. Kresensky, Mrs Casey Loss, Mrs Leon Martin and Mrs Joseph Skow. Miss Wright, daughter of Mr and Mrs Brail Wright, will be married next Saturday afternoon to Ted Stang. BIRTHDAY Miss Carrie Monson of Hanlontown recently celebrated her 94th birthday. Miss Monson, came to this country with her parents from Bergan, Norway when she was two years oict. HONORED Dr. M. F. Joynt was honored recently for his fiftieth anniversary in Marcus. The doctor has ushered 3,300 children into the world, including many sets of twins, but no triplets. HEAVYWEIGHT Burnell Wilker and Herbert Katschkowsky of Elkader caught two "big ones" in the Turkey river recently. Mr. Wilder's catfish weighed 34 pounds and Mr. Katschkowsky's 17 pounds. MTU Mr. and'Mrs. Thomas G. Wyllie of Adair county recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They are the parents of four daughters and three sons. They have fifteen grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren, Miss Rusfemier Of Bancroft Is • Wed Saturday Bancroft — Carol Rustemier, •l.-HiKhler of Mr and Mrs William Huslemier. beeame Hit- brick; 0f James G'orhe, s,m of Mr and Mrs Tv.l Ooc.he. in St. John's Catholic '•hnrch S:iiurd;iy ;it 9:30 ;i.m. The Houbl" rinu eereimiiv w;is pro- fnrrnrd by Msj?r. ,1. H. Srhulles AMM Voeei. or«;im : ;t, accompanied Mve SI. John's Choir. The liridc was given in marriage by her father. The bridegroom's sister was maid of honor and I'iiti-it-ia Mane was bridesmaid. Harold Menke, Ledyard was best man and James"Vaskc, groomsman, Ushers were Dennis Rustemier and iVielvin DeGeeter A wedding dinner for 65 relatives was held at the Legion club and a reception foj relatives anG friends followed. Following a wedding trip, they will be at home on a farm north of town. Both are graduates of St. Johns high school. Nurse Graduates, Donna Bergman, daughter ot Mr and Mrs Lawience Bergman, and Alice Jean Menke, daughter of Mr and Mrs .Richard Me/ike, are members of the 1960 graduating class at St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing, Sioux City. Commencement exercises will were held Aug. 2\. The girls are cousins and attended St. Johns School-and graduated in 1957 entered St. Josephs in September the same year. After their graduation they will spend two weeks at their homes, before going to Estherville Sept. 1, where they will be employed at Holy -Family hospital. Hospitalized Mrs Eugene Wolf is a patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, for medicai treatment. Relatives from here who attended, the Long-Flower's wedding at Spirit juake Saturday were Joseph Longs parents Mr and Mrs Arthur Long and daugh-' ter Alice, here from Chicago, Mr and Mrs Joseph Eich and.Henry Eich. Bruno Kortcs, employed at Welps Hatchery, stepped on a nail and is unable to be at work. James Harner Of Swea City Weds Aug. 6 Swea City — Delores Ann Scbultz of Mason City became the bride of James Harner Aug. 6 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Mason City. Mrs Pearl Schultz of Mason City is the mother of the bride. Mr and Mrs George Harner of Swea City are parents of the groom. Pastor Hanson officiated $rt the ceremony. Mrs Perry Hull was maid of honor, Mrs Dick Dastler was bridesmaid. Robert Eggerth was best man and Laurence Tweedt was groomsman. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. The couple left for a honeymoon in northern Minn. They will live at Grundy Center where both plan to teach. Both are graduates of Upper Iowa University at Fayette. Family Reunion The Johnson ramily reunion was held Sunday at Diamond Lake near Winner, Minn. Those attending from here were the Geo. Harners, Delmar Andersons, Irene Andersons, Mike Schmall, Kay Reynolds, Mrs Wallis Reynolds, Mark and Mike. Birthday Party The Sam Links entertained last week for the 18th birthday of their son, Freddie. Guests were the Ervin Links and, the Tom Prestons and gins. / New Arrival The Norman Ottmans became the parents of their second daughter last week. The little girl weighed 5 Ibs. and has been named Molly Sue. Grandparents are the Floyd Ottmans of Swea City. Fathers To Tangle The Jr. Legion baseball season will end here Aug. 24. On Aug. 26, fathers of the town boys that have taken part m the summer program will meet the country fathers to a game. There will also be a 7th anu 8th grade all- star game. • The Clarence Gardners have been in Rochesver this week, where Mrs Gardner has been going through tne Mayo clinic. Mrs Cora Stow of Burt is visiting at the horn* of her son and family, the W, E. Stows at Humboldt.' The Harry Pikes of Carson, Colo, visited at the home of Mrs Wm Mather Sr. fast week. The WSCS of the Methodist churrh will sponsor their annual chicken supper Sept. 8 at the church. The Glen Curtises visited at the home of the Russell Knut- Sons at Eagle Grove last week to help Mrs Mary Fiala celebrate her 89th birthday. The Frank Smouses and Mr and Mrs Glen Curtis attended the Smouse family reunion nt Coon Rapids Sunday. T~:e Leonard Petersons of St. Paul visited lasi weexend here. Sum'ay guests at Roy Valyicks in honor of the Petersons were the Dean Swansons, Ormand OtUr.sons .ind Du^ne Jensens. TJ.e Ervin Valvicks and two sons are vacationing at Lake Lou/se in Canacia. M rs Thad Johnson and girls wei-j guests of honor at a coffee pai '.y at the home of Mrs Harold K:antz last week. Guests were IVesdames Oscar Linde, Eddie Kollasch, Geo. Harner, Ben Ciroen, Eddie Bauer, Marcur Langerman, Jim Kollasch. Recfnt visitors nt the home of Mrs Ora Simmons were Dorothy Peterson of Mason City and Mrs Bernard Simons and family of Waterloo. Les Weisbrod, Ernie Williams Fly To Texas Lcs Weisbrod of the Weisbrod Implement. Fenton, and Emit Williams of Ernie Williams, John Deere in Algona, will fly to Dallas Monday, August 29, to take part in the largest sales meeting of its type ever he.'d. Weisbrod and Williams will fly to Dallas along with other John Deere retail dealers from this an a. At the sales meeting, they will see for the first time the new line of John Deere Tractors which will be put on the market in late September. Aug. 23, 1960 Algona (to.) Upptr thtt In all some 4.500 independent businessman in the United States and Canada who sell and service John Deere products will attend the meeting. SALES BOOKS, register tick* ets, register carbons, add*r and cash register rolls at the Uppet Dea Moines Pub. Co., Algona. PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER YOU'LL HAVE MORE MONEY for the things your family needs and wants with a low-payment, lone, term Land Bank loan — a loan that can be paid m advance without penalty. You can use a Land Bank loan to buy land, to consolidate debts, to buy livestock and equipment, to make improvements, and lor Other.purposes. Come in and talk it over with I " us today. I Federal Land Bank Ass'n I FOR LOANS ON YOUR LAND , I SOUTH OF PENNEY'S IN ALGONA ] I Perferably Mondays or Wednesdays . EUGENE H. HUTCHINS or MISS BREEN 1 (34 & 36) ' ORDER YOURS FROM — Your Local Pioneer Salesmen: R. I. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Ted .Hoover, Sr. Algona Henry Schroeder .. Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch _ „ Bode Walter Vaudt .-...„.. Whittemore Robinson Produce Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. PLEASE DON'T HURT MY LITTLE GIRL " DEAR DRIVER: Today my daughter, who is seven years old, started to school as usual. She wore a dark blue dress with a white collar. . "el, 0 " her new blaek * hoe$ - Her eo<ker *P°niel, whose name '* S 5? '« $atJ ° n * he fr ° nt poreh aRd whined « * h « waved goodbye" and started off to the halls of learning. , Last night we talked about school. She told me about the girl who sits in front of her ... the girl with the yellow curls . and the boy across the aisle who makes funny faces. She told me about her teacher, who has eyes in the back of her head . and about the trees in the school yard ... and about the big girl who doesn't believe in Santa Claus. We talked about a lot of things - tremendously vital, unimportant things - and then we studied spelling, reading and arithmetic and then to bed. *.. L L ,? h , e ' L * u P« tair « now ... sound asleep with "Princess Elizabeth" (thafs her doll) cuddled in her right arm. You guys wouldn't hurt her, would you? You see, I'm her Daddy. When her doll is broken or her finger is cut, or her head gets bumped, I can fix i it ... but when she starts to school, when she wolks across the street, then she's in your hands. She's a sweet little girl and I'm so proud of her. She can rue »!<• o deer and darts about like a chipmunk. She likes to ride and swim and hike with me on Sunday afternoons. But I can't be with her all the time ... I have to work to pay for her clothes and education. So please help me look out for her. Please drive carefully, please drive slowly past the schools and intersections ... and please remember that children do run from behind parked cars. (Author Unknown) THIS MESSAGE IS BEING PUBLISHED FOR THE 10TH STRAIGHT YEAR IN THE INTEREST OF OUR CHILDREN'S SAFETY BY Foster Furniture ^••••••>a^i^^^^^^^^^ai^B^^M^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^,^^__ J ^^^S5^SJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^5SS£F i= ^ =5 5^a:^B£j|^5S5^^^^^^^~^j^j 7 PIECE DESK ENSEMBLE Including 7-Drawer Double Pedestal Desk, Comfortable Chair, Desk Lamp, Blotter Pad and Other Small Accessories . . ONIY $i

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