The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 13
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Mrs Agusta Beat is convinced "it is never loo old to lefirn." And the nice ifutig is, wnat sue learned sne passed on to me.and 1 am sure it will be of - interest lo many gourmets. \Vnd nee is a toou enjoyed by those wno love game, pueasams and wild dueKS, 1 never gave a tnougnt to now it is gleaned, bur. Mis Beitz has first nand information on u. With her son and daugtuer-m- law, Mi and Mrs Fred Beitz, she- Was recently at the nome ot an- ottier son and uaUgmer-in-law, Mr and Mrs Milton ueuz at Motley, Miiin. They did some fismiiy in Crow LaKe river and saw boat loads ot people gutncnng Wild rice. Tne ripe heads an. beaten otf trie stems with clubs Into gurtny sacks, it iells tor 5H cents per pound. Tne cost of u license lo gainer it is $3 and it can be gathered only certain days and certain hours. In one . area farther north only the Indians arc allowed to gather rice. Mrs Beitz enjoyed fishing and told me she could tell me a story about "the big one that got away." * • . * The C. L. Livingstons have betfn here from Apache Junction, Ariz., "near Phodnix. They wort, •telling me about a little neighbor girl who spends much time with them. She is a little chatter-box whom they enjoyed, except at newscast time when Cnariey likes to listen. She persisted in being noisy and C. L. said to her, "If you doh't keep quiet I'll throw you out," to which the child answered, "You don't have to. I'll walk out." V * * When Annabel Elberi told me about being at Ames and staying overnjght.,at Pammel Court With her son 'dnd daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Terry Behlmer, 1 thought of Edna Pammel who taught here in high school years ago. The court was named in honor of her father, Prof. Pammel. * * * . Mrs E. J. Murtagh knew Anna Gilchrist years ago and they attended the old Normal school together. She married Mr Allen and a son Eric taught he,re a few years ago and roomed at Mrs Harriet Rice's. Mrs Allen now lives at Detroit Lakes, Minn., but will soon become a resident at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. » » • By this time you will know 1 have put my house back in it's original state-a house for one .family. Since abflut 4.P90 mother and I occupied the front- part and have rented an apartment at the real 1 . 1 brought my favorite pieces of furniture here to Good Samaritan and left the place completely furnished. I grew weary of having the things on my mind and decided to put it back into a one family dwelling. * * • Mabel Hutzell had a group ot friends in Thursday afternoon for Mabel Livingston, who was in town all too briefly. There was a great hum of conversation among us-Mildrcd Baylor, Esther Benson. Hallie Burlingamc Evelyn Cady, Helen Collins, Ethel Gilles, Velma Hagg, Eleanor Hutzell, Mabel Hutzell, Mabel Livingston, Evalyn McDpugall and Vivian Skogstrom to name everyone. Mabel Livingston had on such a pretty dress of a material none could name. We felt it and pronounced it sort of velvet or suede. Probably h'as some fancy-sounding name. What is it "Chris"? * * ' * Mrs Gilles had callers re£erii- :.ly-Mr and Mrs Clinton Bonn, • Glen Ellen, 111. She knew Mrs Bonn 'in Swc'a City years ago; and Mabel Hutzell knew her before that. They attended Cedar ', Falls at the same time nearly ; forty years ago. Mrs Bohn also called on Mabel and they had not seen each other since college days. -. * * Hugo Johnson won't know how to act without a hammer in his hand. Since 1938 he has been employed : by the Cowans and now, after all these years, he has retired. The son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Haynes, have been here from Monrovia, Calif., and Hugo and his wife went back .with them for a visit. I asked Mrs Johnson if they planned to move there. "Oh ho", she replied, "We wouldn't want to live away from Algona." ... * • Ida Leffert phoned me to tell me I was in error when I said Mr King, Horace's father, was Kossuth county auditor, many years ago. She says ho and she were deputies under her brother Andy Anderson who was -audi, tor. Also that Mr King was living 'at the time Horace went to California and he and his wife established the home there and Horace managed the fruit ranch. * * » Mr »nd Mrs L. £. Linnan celt* brated their twehty-fifth wcdd,- ing anniversary July fi. I talked to Mrs k. one very warm day and mentioned I felt sorry for brides who wanted to look their .fcest and had to struggle to do so when getting garbed in their Wedding finery on a day as warm « U wti when wti wer* talking' Hencct Jw laugh and ad- mission. The Linnans had § juSt returned from their summer home in Wisconsin. Luke has hay fever quite badly and the change of location is beneficial. » ' « * Jerry Rellly has been at Mai- altan, Mex., all summer gathering local color and learning to speak Spanish with the natives. He is teaching that and art at Lake City. He is "a son of Mr and Mrs Robert Reilly. He has found but that ftallve .jargon and class room speech are rather wide npart. • * « When Annabel Elberi came in the other morning, she had a dragged-out look. I asked her what had aged her over the Labor Day weekend. She confessed to having climbiru to the top of the Capitol at Des Moinos. 1 told her she was like a-teacher here who did the sanie thing several years ago and remarked, I'm not as old us I thought I was. I'm older." * * • Yeah? "A spendthrift is a neighbor who makes more money than you do." * * * Back in 1924—Tony Goadefs seriously injured by electric shock at bakery. iVIr and Mrs J. 11. G rover of Burl celebrated sixtieth wedding anniversary. John Becker sold farm near St. Joe to Thilges brothers for $252 art acre. • « • The Jim Wychors sure gel around. In less than two years they have moved from here to Muskcgon, Mich., thence to Hun lington, W. Va., and in July they moved to Minneapolis. Jim was associated with RLGA here and is now with KSTP. •..' * * Claude and Mabel Samson Brain have a parakeet. The Sec- uers wanted a home for a blue bud the same kind the Samsons lost, so everybody is happy. Mrs Eva Wille's green parakeet is still at laVge and has been adopted by a flock of blackbirds. When last seen, he was in the Frank Sterling's vicinity. * * • I have mentioned my cousin Pat Cady and his wife Carolyn, who located at Garner, and Ptit joined an attorney there. Rfc ccntly he accepted a position with an insurance company as claims adjuster and has moved lo Des Moines. « » * Lucille Crose Anderzen-Knowing you art; on the subscribers list, and are reading the news of Algona, why haven't I heard from you lately? I am sure the death of a mutual friend a short time ago must have grieved you. Have you been sick or away? Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper 6« Me«tt-4 A dead person may vote, legally, if he mails an absentee ballot and then dies before election day. Wesley 4-H Elects Wesley Boy's 4-H club met in Ihi- Robert Bolenebus homo, Sopt. 5th. Barry Wengor and Monty Hctmmond wore visitors. Reuben Skow gave a demonstration. New officers wore elected as follows: Christian Nyfiaard. president; Jerry Ileinen, vice president; Reuben Skow, secretary- Ireasurer; Allen Asa. Ucrrcution Chairman, Joseph Skow and Charles Nygaard, leaders. Lunch was served by Mrs Bo* leneous. _ ._ ' i Townsend Meeting Algona Townsend Club met at the T. J. Fisher home Sept. 13. Picnic supper came first follow* ed by the business meeting pre* sided over by Mrs A. M, Aftdef- son, club president. Miss Ha fills* borough road the editorial in the Des Moinos Register on C*. Townsend's death. Tho topic fdf discussion was "Eventually the Townsend Plan, Why not now? 1 ' GOOD NEIGHBORS KNOW TO Around The Town and Country Joe Bradley South Hotel Algone Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver M*iaer-Harrl* AUIi-Chnlmere OMC Trunk* Firestone Tine Mene CY 4-2411 YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR .inniniuiiuiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiuii? = Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints I Snyder Refrigeration & | Air Conditioning Service I PHONE CY 4-2702 I 333 South Sample Aigona Kelley Lumber Co. "Our BUsifteSs Is Building" MILL WORK § Builders' Hardware 1 Tools 3 SIOUX Tanks & § Cribs | N. of Jet. Hwys. I 18 fe 169 I Algona - CY 4-4369 1 Sill Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery 5= S Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona inniiiiiRiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Pictured above \s one of the finest "home-grown, hom'e-owned, family-type" implement businesses in this area. One that all of us should b? proud to have in our community. The growth and success is due to seeing that their many customers receive a fair deal by offering top quality products and service. • . ' . t Taylor Implement Co. is one of the largest J. I. Ccse dealerships in this part of Iowa. Other lines handled, besides the full line of Case machinery, are Behlen Grain Tanks, Corn Cribs, Farm 'Dryers and Drying Bins, Haggle Self-Propelled Sprayers, Behlen Steel Buildings, Kewanee Elevators and Discs, and others to make this a complete implement business, i Rex Taylor, is the manager of Taylor Implement Co. Now is the time to see him on new Behlen Corn Cribs, Grain Tanks and Behlen Steel Buildings. You will be glad you did. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT W* Aim to Pleat* Near Milwaukee Depot - Algona •jw/s/s/s/s/rs'/s/s/r/'//?/'/'/^^^ Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of H»*dwar« • Housewaret • Tools • Bldg. SuppliM Phone CY 4-4630 ALGONA Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly Internetionel HerTeiter Deeler FARM EQUIPMENT MOTORTRUCKS Seles fc Service Id NnttMOMMt MMMW Phone CY 4-3501 Algona • ^rwmf**mrJ Meet The Fred Habegers Of Burt «ltt1WHIII«IIH!Hlllllilllllllll^ ' . . Algona Refrigeration REFRIGERATION - TELEVISION FNILCO Hefrlfer*lor« T?«e«er* TelevUlo* JUr-CoRdltionlnt ft Commercial Itoirlgcralloa CY ,4-MM WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR This week, we would like to have you meet Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger, who farm 160 acres & mile west and a fourth-mile south of Burt on highway 169. The Habegers have lived on their farm since 1940 when they purchased it. Prior to that, they farmed near West Bend and Bancroft. Mr Habeger was* born, raised and educated at West Bend. Mrs Habeger is the former Charlotte Bond, and she grew up in the Bancroft area. They farmed for two years near West Bei.-d before moving to a farm northeast of Bancroft, then to their present farm. This year, Mr Habeger has 90 acres in corn, 50 acres in beans and 15 acres of oats. The Habeger's son. Duane, who farms two other places on his own, also works with his father on the home place. Mr Habeger feeds out cattle each year for market. He has no hobbies, but gets a big kick out of working with crops and uses a complete rotation plan each year. Mrs Habeger is active in church and club work. She also likes to knit and has a large collection of toothpick holders, which she has gathered down through the years. Besides their son, Duane, the Habegers have two daughters, Frances (Mrs Kenneth Sarchel), Burt, and Fern (Mrs Dick Furst), Humboldi, and six grandchildren. Mr Habeger has three brothers, Abraham, Eddie and Ernest, at West Bend, and three sisters, Lillian (Mrs Melvin Ellingson), Dorothy EngtlbriUon, and Bertha (Mrs Edward Wehrspan), at Ottosen. Mrs Habeger has a sister Mrs Clarence Priebe, living in Algona. (UDM Engraving). Algona Flour & Feed Complete Service For the Farmei • FeriUUn g • New Holland 1 Baler* || • Ferguses i| Tractor* . g Phone CY 4-2701 S Algona = iiiniiiuiiiiiiuwuiiiaiuiuiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiHiiitii^ Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Bale* • Service • Friendly ft Courieou* Always (Irons Hooting * Plumbing ^Completely Equipped To let«e You Completely" Beecher Lone Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greet Yew" In TELCVIiiON Wellington* la APPLIANCE! plllllllllllllllllllllllH 1 Robinson Construction Co. H ' I Sioux Steel Building* J5 • r 1 Building Construction PIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUII^ Taylor Implement Co* and Taylor MERCURY .... . SIOUX- ) For siie, strength, long life and ease of building, insist ' on i — sioux — Attothtr advance- m^n) in easier tP'S^'u, E. fc. ftefcinson EMI On Hwy. 18 Phone CY 4-9374

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