The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 11
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Former LuVerne Resident Dies In Illinois LuVorne —. Word lins boon rwivc-d (if (he dctith nf Enri Wcrtz, 1l, at Graymonl, III. Sept. 10. Thp Wertz family rue former residents. •Surviving arr> his wife, a son nnd daughter.-Going to the func- nil Tuesday, were Mr nnd Mrs Miirty nnd Mrs Anna rtnnsoltnan. Station Agent Mr nnd Mrs J. O. Cox of Plo- ver moved recently to the residence of the late Mrs Martha Godfrey which they purchased/ Mr Cox is the agent for the Ivt and St. L. nnd C and N. W. railroads, They have a family of three children, Mrs Roger Hciter, Humboldt; John »j, Cox. attending Junior College Eagle Grove and Janet Cox, attending Teachers College, Manlcato, Minn. Out Of Hospital Fay Harmon, who was hospi-. talix.ed Aug. 28 in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, is now convalescing at his home. Fay received burns when he tried to light the pilot light, on the gas water heater in hts homo and an explosion followed. Two Grandchildren Mr and Mrs Forest Felt report NOTICE Dr. D. D. Arnold's office will be closed Friday and Saturday, September 23 and 24 to attend meeting of Education Research Society at Sioux Falls, South Dakotch FREE HOME TRIAL TRY THE ALL NEW Tutbeam DUAL D.LUXB VACUUM CLEANER Big 11/2 horsepower Sunbeam Quality-built motor 141/2" in diameter — ONLY 7»/ 2 * high Rugged construction yet weighs only 16 Ibs. Rolls on large wheels set in a wide-track design. Never tips or catches door sills or rugs. • POWERFUL $89.95 down $1 ' 25 week • EASY-TO-USE •COMPACT LIGHTWEIGHT SUNBEAM TURBINE BRUSH Makes your Sunbeam Dual Deluxe Vacuum Cleaner a pow- •cred brush upright. Clean* .rugs and carpets with revolving brush thoroughness. $24.95 Terms •.SUNBEAM Beecher Lane Appliance CY 4-3613 Algona the" birth of now grandchildren. To Mr and Mrs James Fell of Cqrwith, n seven pound, four ounce daughter, Joni Rae, Born Sept. .1 in Brill. To Mr and Mrs Alan Croonquist of Moorland a second son, nine pounds four ounces, at Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital ,v?pt. 10. Reunion Held The Krause family reunion was held Sunday in the LuVerne town park. Officers -re-elected were Jerry Krause:., Corwith, president, Mrs Don Krause, Algona, secretary-treasurer. Off To College College students have left recently to begin the 1960-61 school year. - To Morningside at Sioux City, Sonja Goelsch, Linda Swanson nnd Charles Weber. Kenneth Wilhelm and Ronald Wilholm to Eagle Grove Junior College. Going to Iowa State University Anies are David Traugcr, Earle Hanselrrian Jr. and Merle Ann Harig. Jerold Raber enrolled at Drake University, DCS Moines Douglas Holmes, Junior College Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Forest Fctt visit cd the past week in Park Rapids, Minn., with Mr and Mrs A. K. Mcttert. • Mrs Alice Kraft of Lake City visited the past two weeks in the Earl Manning and F.orest Fell horrtes; '-..'• , Ml' and Mrs Howard Kraust. Went to Vihccnt Tuesday to attend ><he funeral of her aunt, Mrs Walter. Denckluw. Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr., and LeOta' Ann have returned from a motor trip of 3243 miles! They visited the Smoky Mountains as they went to Pensaeola, Fla. to visit their son, Mr and Mrs Dwight Voss and children. En- route home they visited the zoo in Forest Park, St. Louis, Mo., and his aunt Mrs Emma Hogberg in Rock Island, 111. Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber and Charles have returned from a vacation trip visiting in Michigan, Wisconsin, Chicago, Pontiac, 111. with sisters of Mr Weber, Mrs Joe Eyman and Mrs Glen Antrim families. Enroule home they called on Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sorensen in Cedar Rapids and in Vinton with Rev. and Mrs Robei't Phillips and Mr and Mrs Robert Stevens. The LuVerne" Cemetery Society met Sept. 8. Mrs Clara Rogers was a guest. Hostesses were Mrs Phil C. Henderson, Mrs Ervin Barton and Myrtle Jordan. Miss Jordan was in charge of entertainment. Wayne Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Lester Smith, enrolled Tuesday at Hamilton Business College;, in.,Mas.on City.,.Wayne is, a 1957 graduate of LuVerne''high school. Guests the past week in the Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman home were, their grandchildren Douglas and Dawn Anderson of Leland. Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard and Mrs Harry Lichty visited the Clay County Fair at Spencer Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Walter Knicker of Bcmsenyille, 111., arrived Monday to visit her uncle William Bigings and cousin Robert Bigings families. Week end guests in the Charles Hinz home were Mr and Mrs Eldo Beckman, daughter, Christine and Yvonne of Mankato, and Mrs Louie Werner, Fairmont Minn, The James Trauger family and her mother Mrs Jessie Sanford were Sunday guests in the Irvin McGowan home in Clear Lake. The Wayne Sanfords were Sunday guests in Badger with his sisters and brother. Mrs Jessie Sanford, daughter, Mrs James Trauger and Larry visited Friday in Badger with their daughters and brother, the Richard Larson, Allmon Hovick Burt Girl Weds Algonan resses wore Linda L o a s n n. Cheryl Lovstad nnd Marilyn Hi nek ley. Other assistants at the / "rccep- tion were Mrs Roland Elkin, Mis Marion P'lint. Mrs Dale Lockwood, Mrs Raymond Lovstad, Mrs Nora Garner. Mrs Vi McDonald, Mrs Walter Steward Mrs Orval Peterson and Mrs Al Hmcklry. The now Mrs Rirblmff is graduate of Exct Isior high and attended Drnke and A.T.B* Mr Uirbhuff attended Burl hifcfc school He farms and is emplafy> (•(I hy Algona Livestock Auctio'tl'* FolU.v.inp a wedding trip to C'hi'-a|.',», the newly weds plnn to make th"'ir hum'; in Algona* (Glenn's Studio Photo -- Uf)M Engraving) and Frances Sanford families, Mr and Mrs Henry Miller recently sold their bowling alley in Sheffield. They have now returned to their home in Mason City. William Goetsch, his brother Mr and Mrs Carl f Goetsch, Algona, left Tuesday* for a week's fishing in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Herbert Huff were Friday and Saturday guests ot his parents, Mr and Mrs DaVid 'Huff and Harry. Mrs Herbert Huff was graduated from the Methodist school of nursing at Des Moines Sept. 9. Saturday supper guests in the William Goetsch home were Mr and Mrs William Funk, Diane. Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David of Algona. Sunday evening guests in the Goevsch home were Mr and Mrs William Jacobsen and Carol Jean of Humboldt. Sunday visitors in the Charles Hinz home were Mr and Mrs George Grimsehl, Algona, Mr & Mrs Carl Keller, Goldfield, Mrs Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Sonja and Sheryl attended dedication of the new Methodist church in Pocahontas Sunday. A Blanchan reunion was held at Humboldt. The first meeting of the year of the Tuesday club was held Sept. 13 at the Mrs Earl Neal home. Guests were Mrs John Voss, Jr., Mrs Frank Devitt, Algona, Mrs Emma Hogberg, Rock Island Ilk and Mrs Jay Pickett, Hawthorne, Calif., daughter oi the hostess. Mrs Henry Marty new club president led the club in giving the Woman's Creed. Mrs Percy Brink had the lesson. Pot-luck refreshments were served. Anne Martin, daughte'r of Mr and Mrs Harold W. Martin, Burt, and Donald Riebhoff, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Riebhoff, Al- MILTON 6. NORTON Republican Candidate For .County Recorder Lifelong Resident Kossuth Count)' Qualified &: Experienced Your Vote Will Be Appreciated QUALIFICATIONS • Graduate of Algona High School and State University of Iowa • Served two years overseas in First World War • Many years of business experience • Member Methodist Church, Kiwanis Club, American Legion, V.F.W. & Toastmasters Club • Chairman Kossuth County Red Cross Chapter I sincerely promise to the best of my ability and experience, complete integrity in office and administration, embracing sound business practices. MILTON G. NORTON gona, were married at 8 ,p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, in the First Methodist church here. Rev, N. M. Coughenour officiated at. the' double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a floor-length gown of white Chantel luce over satin with a Sabrina neckline and lace rap sleeves. She woiu lace gauntlets and the flounces of Chantel lacr extended into a chapel train. Her fingertip cloud veil of'English illusion fell from a scalloped crown of pearls'and crystals, the pearls forming the scallop and the jeweled top of crystals. She also wore a, diamond heart necklace, a gift of the bridegroom, and carried' pirin roses set in white glads. Mrs Rex Taylor was organist and Mrs Howard Wohlers was soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs Larry Choate, Avis Clark, Nancy Galema and Sandra Rubel served as bridesmaids, best man was Michael Scott, groomsmen were David Miller, Don Marlow and Mike Ball, Carol Sue Crawford, was flower girl, Robbie Crawford was ring bearer, cann- l.elighters were Karen Heck and Tommy Thompson and ushers were Melvin Meyers, Larry Hinckley. Jerry Davis and Dennis Shipler. A reception was held in the church immediately following the ceremony. Mrs Ed Heikens '•egistered the guests,. Mrs Harold Slay and Mrs Robert Crawford cut the cake, Mrs H. H. Cas- wcll and Mrs Ervin Luedtke poured, hostesses were Mrs Donald Mitchell and Mrs Gale Linsenmeyer, punch was served by Mrs Melvin Godfrey and Mrs Miles Haburn, Dorothy Sloan, Carrie Engen and Darlene Seller were in charge of gifts and wait- 5:o:o:ao##«0'aoiCttvO:o«^ TALL TOMATO Charlie Gorsuch of Montezuma believes in tall tomatoes in the tall corn state. He has harvested 63 tomatoes from his 9-foot giant. Water is the secret of his success —he applies some every day. More lives were lost in the Civil War than in any other war in which the United States has been engaged. REMODEL YOUR BATHROOM FOR AS LITTLE AS a month NO MONEY DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY • Now KOHLfl Plumbing Fixtvrot and o Choico of whtto or color • Now floor • Connlofo occoitoriot - towol ban, toon HoMort o Noeowary wiring * A §blg9jO^|T •'•Taatafjalft MAlatfJlaCio^afi •^•^•(••^•^•A aVal T/MAam aVJMnoW dhf am^ZamA * ^~ w -vw v« wW%ojpnj fWWO%o*OW Jr^PWP^PI W IWfa? Cwjovv Qf pOlfflf • Now waN covering o $nowor cwtain tod • Now KOHUR inowor hood •' V ''',•• Algona Plumbing and Heating CY 4-4240 "Celebrating Our Tenth Anniversary' 311'i |. Nebraska ADD A MODERN FREE GAS LIGHT &v/. To Your Palio With the Purchase and Installation of any New Gas Appliance or \ Heating unit between September 15 and 30th Buy any of these Gas Units, and get $34.95 Gaslight FREE! This amazing offer by the North Central Public Co. good only until Sept. 30. Appliance or heating unit must be purchased and installed by that time. Also, purchase MUST BE MADE from any of the 11 dealers listed below or from the North Central Public Service Co. The free gas light is the one you've seen advertised locally many times in recent months. The Free installation offer is good on installations of 50 feet or less — a small additional charge will _. _ be made for installations exceeding OA> that distance. But don't delay — contact the dealer of your choice this week. o e LJ HEATER GAS RANGE GAS CLOTHES DRYER GAS-FURNACE OR CONVERSION UNIT Installation must be with use of natural \ Gas and Appliance or Furnace must be Purchased from these Algona dealers. (haling Dealers Funk Plumbing & Heating Muckey Heating & Plumbing P. R. Irons • Algona Plumbing A Heating Heating & Plumbing, Appliance Dealers • Algona Refrigeration O Beecher Lane Appliances O Cullen Hardware 9 Coast-To-Coast Store • Gambles Store O Frederick Hardware • North Iowa Appliance OR FROM THE I North Central Public Service Co. CY 4-2414 "YOUR GAS COMPANY'

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