•' V 4-AltWMi (I*.) Ups*t DM Mtfftftt Tuesday, Sept. 13, SPEAKING: I '! FUSES ARE ELECTRICITY'S "SAFETY VALVES" FUSES are the "safety valves" of your electrical system and should not be tampered with. These innocent looking gadgets are designed to "blow out" if defective 'appliances or faulty cords are broken causing short circuits or if too great a strain is put on your wiring circuits. Play safe ... be sure to use approved fuses of the proper size to avoid accidental "blackouts." t ELECTRICITY IS YOUR SERVANT . . . USE IT WISELY! Algona Municipal Utilities Fines Totaling $130 Assessed In Burt Court Burt — Mayor's court in Burt h;is been a, busy place this past work. On Sept. 2. Willie Kennedy of Nebraska was fined S15 ann costs for night time speeding. Sept. 5. Clayton Schrader, Burt was fined S75 and costs for dis orderly conduct and Wayne Ollom, Burt, paid $15.and costs foi disorderly conduct and Sept. 6 Lillian Strmgcl. Burt. paid a fim of $25 and costs for disorderlj -.•or.cluct. Hospitalized George I la went I- entered Me; hndist hospital, Rochester, Tuesday for observation and treatment. Ladies Aid Met St. John's Ladies Aid met at the church Thursday with Mrs Helen Mciskc and Mrs Rudy Willrell as hostesses. Pastor Schultz presented the topic and vice president, Mrs Ralph Bier- sledt, presided. Mrs Virgil Bleckwenn became a member. Plans were made for the mother and Daughter Tea to be held Sept. 16. Club To Meet The Portland Progress club will meet Sept. 15 with Arlene Wood as hostess. Each member is asked to bring a sample af her hobby or something she has mp.de recently. at that time. Dr. and Mrs G. H. Seghtol oi Stratford visited a few days with her parents, the* Johft Cke'SfhanS. Mr and Mrs Claire HeutJiel are the proud parents of a baby girl Dawii Mane, born to them Sept. 7. The little miss weighed in at 7 lb., 7 oz. and has a brother Dana. Mr and .Mrs Floyd Dremmel of Aurora, 111. spent several days, with his mother, Mrs Nellt Dremmel. they came to attend the wedding of Barbara Orern- mel and Duane iJettmer. Mrs John deesrnan returned to her home this past week after enjoying a vacation in Canada with her daughter and family, "the Frances Menkes of Bancroft. their nie«** Mf and Mrs tieorge Legge, grandson Terry Leggc of Ciarnt-r, Mr and Mrs Alfred Stiadtlander and family of Belmond. Mr and Mfs Burtis DeNlo, Colin, Roxio and riolly enjoyed a trip visiting at Cherokee Village, Ark., Saturday to Tuesday. Mrs Charles 'Hanselman, Jr., was hostess to the fild 'N Bye Bridge club Monday evening. At two tables, honors, Mrs Earln Hanselman and Mfs Bert Ramus. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shifk were in DCS Moines Sunday attending the Iowa Drug Company Show. Mr and Mfs Bill Priof weffe weekend visitors in Forest City with theif daughter, Marsha, Mr and Mrs James Sloter and Oanny. Mr and Mrs Maurice Coffin and Charles Coffin spent the Labor Day weekend with their sister and family, the Robert Hamiltons. Carilyn Hinckley went to Sioux City Saturday where she enrolled at Morningside college for the coming year. The American Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Sept. 14. The Unit School of Instructions-will also be held NTICE We are happy to announce that we are now in our new first floor office location at 120 North Thorington, Algona, Iowa, directly East of the Court House. McMahon and Cassel No other Forage *%»• V%,» V . matches Q0hl for features and low price! Mrs A. R. Willrett, Algona, and Mrs R. Willrett spent Sunday afternoon with their mother, Mrs Clans Wibben, TitonT.a. Mr and Mrs E. P. Fredrickson spent Sunday and Monday with their son and family, The James iTredricksons. at Tiockwell. Dick Tcllier, Fort Dodge, spent several days this past week with his parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Tel Her. Mr and Mrs Robert Voigt are visiting at the home of her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Vance in Minneapolis. Sharon Telller, Denver, Colo. is enjoying a vacation from her duties and is visiting with her parents, the Frank Telliers. Judy Volentine, Omaha, Nebr., spent the Labor Day weekend with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Albert Volentine, and friends. Rudy Willrett and his brother all of Algona spent the Labor Day wekend with another brother and family, tne Fred Will- retts in Chicago. Harlcy Hanson, Fred Hilton. Clifford Abbas, Howard Batt, Bill Holmseth, Supt. Harold Martin, David Brown and Larry Finch enjoyed fishing at Horseshoe Lake, Minn, over the Labor Day wekend. Mr and Mrs Dean Reed and family of Mankato, Minn, 'spent the weekend with her mother. Mrs Helen Johnson. Harold Batt, who is employed at Canton, So. Oak., spent the weekend with his parents, the Bill Batts. Mr and Mrs Fred Davis accompanied by' Mr and Mrs O. A. Catjipney, spent several days at low'a City where Fred received a medical check-up. They also visited at the home of Fred's sister in Cedar Falls and with Al Hinckley at Oakdale. Mr and Mrs George Wolf, Algona, were Saturday evening guests at the Rudy Willrett home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Chipman and family moved this past week into the Earl Toothman home which they recently purchased. Jack and Gary Nauman, Augusta, Wis., are visiting with relatives and friends in Burt. Wendell Willrett spent the Labor Day weekend with his parents, the Rudy Willretts. Wendell is employed with a construction crew near Roland. Joe Cunningham and Grover Giddings spent Sunday and Mori- day attending tne Minnesota State Fair. Mr and Mrs Orval Peterson and family and George Becker spent the Labor Day weekend at Hinckley, Minn, ivlrs Peterson and boys visited with relatives while Orval and Mr Becker enjoyed some fishing on the St Croix River. Meredeth Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Warner Johnson, is a patient in University hospitals, Iowa City, where she is receiving medical attention and awaiting major surgery. Orville Wagftmart oi Valllsca visited Wednesday ifi the Ralph and Arthur Gimlet homes The three men were rrtemSers of the famous Rainbow Division of World War 1. Mr and Mrs Robert G. H. Blumef, Mr and Mrs De Laine Blumer, Mr and Mrs Allen Darby attended the funeral ot their uncle Jake Gifford in the Presbyterian church at Burt Monday afternoon. Mrs Ray Stone, Marcia and Ronald attended the wedding of their cousin Donna Stone and Harold Shaw, Aug. 28 at Eldora. planning on getting a personal glimpse of Senator John Kennedy, Democratic nominee for the presidency, at Fort Dodge, Sept. 22. He is to arrive at Ft. Dodge by.air Wednesday evening, Sept, 21, enroute to the Sioux Falls plowing contest. An 8 a.m. breakfast is planned, followed by a parade at 9:30 am. to the airport where an Bea Feed and Rally will take place and Sen. Kennedy will speak ot 11 a.m. His flight for Sioux Foils leaves Shortly afterward. tt may be the only appearance in the immediate area of Senator Kennedy during the campaign, said Don Murray, Kossuth Democratic chairman. William Howard Tnft was the first U.S. president to receive a salary of $75,000 a year. Senior Citizens Inquire Now! Age 60 to Age 100 Send mo information without obligation about your new hospital and surgical plan, guaranteed renewable for life, for men and women 60 years and over. Name Address Town PHONE CY 4-4529 2 East State St., Algona Representing WOODMAN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY A. J. (Arnie) RICKLEFS TFN Sen. Kennedy To Visit Ft. Dodge Thursday, Sept. 22 A Kossuth county delegation is Read about the... ONEjJWO-THREE'S Of BITTER CORN PICKING POWER MTHE MM AND HOME SECT/ON _ THEN sfveusacaH LINDE IMPLEMENT SWEA CITY, IOWA ALLI*.CHALMERS PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, September 17, 1960 is notable as marking the one hundred seventy- third anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of the United States of America by the Constitutional Convention; and WHEREAS, To accord official recognition to this memorable anniversary, and to the patriotic exercise which will form a noteworthy feature of the occasion, seems fitting and proper; and WHEREAS/ Public Ldw No. 915 guarantees the issuing of a proclamation by the President of the United States of America designating September 17 through 23 of each year as Constitution Week; NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. C. Shierk, by virtue of the authority vested In me as Mayor of the City of Algona, do hereby proclaim the week of September 17-23, I960, as CONSTITUTION WEEK in the City of Algona, and urge all our citizens to pay special attention during that week to our Federal Constitution and the advantages of American citizenship. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City to be affixed at Algona, Iowa, this thirteenth day of September/ 1960. Signed Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Seal (This proclamation sponsored and paid for by the Algona Chapter, Daughters of She American Revolution.) (37) • Can be truck- mounted • Great for un- loading ear corn • Speeds green- feeding, silage or chopped 1 hay unloading • Come* ready- made, or as a kit of metal parts for building at home. Free plans included. e Optional third beater for hoy • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings I Now'a the time to dave yourself—and save money, too! 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