The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1960 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, September 6, 1960
Page:
Page 11
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Bride-To-Be Honored By lone Rockers ' Lone Hock — Miss Judy Stai* ert of Fonda, Iowa, was honor'ed at a pre-riuptial shower ' Friday evening, August 28th, : in the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church. Mrs Robert' karlow announced the' program. .Mrs Erich Seege- barth gave a reading, Mrs William Marlow and;daughter, Lau r rio sang a duet dccornpanied by Mrs Wilfred Radig.' A style show of ",Vdste)-day's Hats" was presented 'and a 'reaping; was giver) by Lannie' Kissher. Miss Karert O'Donnell had charge . of th& fiiicst book. Judy Was J assisted in the opening 'of her gifts by her sisters, Marjean and Carolyn. Htlping passing and display the gifts were JanS and Jancse Kis- sricr. ; • Mrs Catherine Collins of Livcrmore, grandmother of the prospective bridesgroom poured. .Hostesstk were Mesdames; Dibk p'jicijnneil,' drnfe'Eehrends, 1 Lyle' 'Mar'low/ ' Milton ' Marlow, Dibk Wetzel, Ralph Biersiedt, E1-; din Marlo'w,' Wilfred • Radig, ! George •Kiss'ncr, William Marlow, Harfan : .Marlow,-,,.Jack •• Qiunn,' Dayid Lynch, -Walter Dackeri, Hajph T'h'o m p's o n,- Andrew Thornpseru Marvin Marlow, Lloyd. Hutchjnson, Robert Marlow, Da"v'G'Webfer, v 'Glenn Householder, Edward; Blanchard, Joe Culbcrtsofv 'Efrich- 'Seegebarth', .Leo ' Ramus,; Don 'Houch and Mary Flaig. ; ' Judy Staiert and, Merrill i Mar low will >be -married September 17th at FOnda,-|ov\ra; : : : ' Mr and Mrs Joe Julhavy and ^.daughters, and Mr and Mrs Ro- 'bert Morse and. .daughters, of Mason City were j recent] Quests at «he Don Houck home.' Mr and. Mrs Bertl Berkland of Fenton were recent evening visitors ! in'"the iMilford! Mitchell home. ;>,(•'<' ^ ••' :• r* 'Jimnjy.iWoodwick, ;son of Mr. and Mrs; 'James' Wobdwick' of Buffalo -Center, and Douglas Woodwick, son of Mr and .Mrs Henry Wjoodwick of Rake, Iowa tpent a j week visiting, in the hpme of : , Mr ahd; .Mrsj/Qrlwirt Tit&nkans Wed 40 Years Mr and Mrs W. H. Riclclefs, well-known lon^-time residents of Titohk'a, will observe their fortieth wedding anniversary with an open house in the Methodist church there from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept.'11'.' ' ' ' , f ' .' Mr and Mrs Ricklefs were married Sept. 8, 1920 at Algona and have resided since that time at Titonka. They are parents of two sons, Arnie Ricklefs, 'Algona, and Ray Ricklefs, Esthefville. (UDM Engraving). . Tietz. Mr, and Mrs John Gramenz of Fenton were Sunday evening callers in the Ortwin ,Tietz home. Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and Mrs Clarence Osborni visited Mrs Arnold Kuecker recently. She has" been a patient in the Hospital at Buffalo Center. 'Mr and Mrs James Thul and children of .Cedar . Falls • were g eekend guests' in 'the Jack uinn home. •;' .1 '> , : j ' •' ' Debbie and Timmy Schultz oi Ottosen spent a few days last we&k '? with their grandmother Mrs Maude Blanchard and also in the Jesse Blanchard home. Mary Flaig and Rose Kraft yisited ; With the Dennis Flaigs at Slater/ one 'day recently. | Mr ahd Mrs.'W. L. Champion attende'd ; a''"picnic in the East Park in Mason City, the annual picnic for the Pfeister Seed Co. Supper guests in the Louis Benynghaus home were, Mr and Mrs Donald Hansen, Mr and Mrs Jim Berninghaus and Mr and Mrs John Berninghaus of Algona. , Evening supper guests in the Milton Marlow home were Mr and Mrs 'Bernard' liramer and Shelly, Mrs Mary Shilitz Art ShiltZ', of Bancroft,. Mr and Mrs Cliff Cannon of Hazel Park, Michigan. . • . Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards attended Open House honoring the 50th Anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Charles Patterson of Algona. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards called on the P. R. Irons of Algona. on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs. Richards attended a-Richards reunion on Aug. 21 at Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Peter Yelick, Karen", Ann Marie, and Julie were recent visitors in the Milford Mitchell home for two weeks. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and Mr and Mrs Harold Angus vaca- tipned together at Detroit Lakes In northern Minn. ~ | Mr ad Mrs George Crow and family of New Provldertft& ,NeW Jersey,, visited .last , week _ with .relatives and in the Gerald Angus jfiomey, ^,'•',•' • ' j; ; Mr and .Mrs -Donald Kneedlef nrrived. homfe' with. "Stanley Kneedlers on', Sunday .frotrt. 6 vacation in Oakland, California, since August lllh; The tionald Kneedlers wenfout by train. The 'Stanley Kneedlers later left for Kansas : where thev will visit. Mrs D&rryl Householder, Ronald Mortensen and'Carole Pope were receVt callers in the George Neitiei't home in L>a.venport.' • Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson, of Sierra Madre, California; Were guests in- the P. ( M. Chr|stens6n home recently. 1 ' , , Rev. and Mrs Lj., Kingman Paul, v and .Alice. Marie of;riam- mond, Indiana, ,'wero recent guests'in the P.'M. Christonson. Cor Collides With A Bridge ' ' * ' ' **- "• L Driver Charged Two area drivers were charged witfi 'failure to have control* of their vehicles following Single car crashes Thursday. They' 1 Were Stephen Qbrecht, 17, Algona, and Earl H. Ludwig, 21, Whittemore. The auto Obrecht was driving crashed -into a bridge one-foUrth of a mile south of Algona near Call State Park and burned at 11 a.m. The Algona fire department was called to the scene to extinguish the flames. Obrecht had been headed west ;and was attempting^ to turn north on to the bridge when tfie mishap occurred. He lost control of the auto and hit the southwest approach to the bridge. The car was a total loss. . . v , ' ' The Ludwig vehicle was headed 'north 6n a blacktop road three miles soufh of Hobarton when he lost control and slammed into a ditch. ' . . According to the' accident report, the car sustained $1000 damages after it slid off the edge of the road and the driver couldn't pull it back on the travelled portion of the highway. The auto upset in the ditch. Patrolman Bill Tordoff investigated both mishaps and filed charges. There were no personal injuries reported. / UDM Classifieds Pay Dividendi on 10 gallons of gas* Pastor Resigns church. Ringsted — James M. Warren, I •£ < «L. i e» V D«./ c pastor off the Ringsted Presby- „,_,}„ tcrian church,, for -- the past 8& I years, has resigned He' has! acf 1 taken uncjer auspices of the copied n call to a Milwaukee County T-fi and Health Ass'n, n From a.total of 59 chest x-rays Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper Det MolnM-3 total of 17 indicated suspicious People who fly into a rago al- findings, it was reported here ways make a bad landing. this week, further checks will bo mnde._ _ ^ _ "PHONE^ CY~£3535 Success comes before work only in the dictionary. - YOUR NEWSPAPER Everywhere in Iowa, cat owners pay $1.00 tax on every 10 gallons of gasoline they buy. Does a tax this high—on a basic commodity like gasoline —really make sense? Gasoline taxes across the nation amount to a 50% sales tax—and that's five times as high as the tax rate on luxuries like diamonds and mink coats. How did gasoline taxes get to high? Well, since World War U, there have been thret increases in the federal gaso* line tax a/owe. This brought the Federal tax to 4 cents a gallon, in addition to the Statg tax of 6 cents a gallon. ' . ; looking at it another way, in the last ten years gasoline taxes have skyrocketed 5/%-yet the price of gaso. line itself has risen only 5.5% during the same period. $94 a yeqr for gasoline taxe*l Gallon by gallon, these taxes add up to a lot of money. Each year the average motor vehicle owner in this state pays $84 for gasoline taxes alone. That's just a few dollars less titt* thf average week's pay for most people I Your gasoline dealer—who must collect thes.e taxes from* you—feels that gasoline taxes are much too high. More- and more, thinking people are coming to agree. What do you think? Gasoline taxes up 51% .In tan years HIGHWAYS AND GASOLINE TAXES Your gasoline retailer, naturally, favors construction of the roads that the motoring public needs. He believes in fair and reasonable taxation for this purpose but-, feels that taxes on gasoline have now reached unreasonably high levels. He also believes that all special taxes on the motorist should be used only for highway pur- ' poses. Yet last year, out of every automobile tax dollar collected by the Federal Government from highway users, more than 40 cents went for non-highway pur-, poses. If these automotive tax revenues were dedicated for highway purposes, there would be no need for the latest increase in the federal gasoline tax, Prtiented in lh« public interest by the Gaiolin* IPX Education Committee 575 Uyinglan Avenue York, New York Better living starts with Thermogas EASY TERMS AS LOW AS $6.60 PER MONTH Your Caloric Range can be built-in or free standing Caloric ranges are built with you In mind—engineered for easy cleaning. Built-in units have matching sinks and hoods. Choice of 6 colors* "Mom made these cookies on her Caloric Gas Range "Joe, if you think these cookies are good, you ought to taste the other things Mora cooks on her new range." That's right, Joe, liko the "belle of the tea party" saya, food tastes extra delicious when cooked on a Caloric. And, cooking is much easier too. The "burner-with-a-brain" makes top cooking automfltic. New keep-warm oven assures the right serving temperature for all foods. And, meats from the bnrbecuer are more juicy than ever. See your Thermogas man for a Caloric demonstration. 11 " X "" color "i" 1 " 1 of IH$ Mra "° R ™ m * Itr Iramint See u$ or write l^r your IreB copy. THERMOGAS CO. of ALGONA So. Phillips CY 4-2841 Wfiy ntitf Buy * bulk fink andir our fuel itlt igmmtnl'tnil tnfoy Mtltnit Thirmogii itnlct. * ,1000 Gal..,. $6.66 per month VSWAWWSftW^^tf^ We had no idea ) i .... that our reputation for quality drilling had spread so far! You've Heard Of Us, Too .... Why not call us today? FOR Well Drilling • Pump Repair • Jeep Ditching CALL CY 4 - 3848 - ALGONA Elbert Well Co. This Area's Oldest and Most Reliable Name In The Well Drilling Business VVVVVVYWWWiWrV^^

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 12,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free