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e-A!gona (Id,) Uppef Bel MalflM fusitldy, Sept. 27, 1960 lewa, Ihou at* ft capricious ]&dy—from sweltering heat you Suddenly turn a cold shoulder, and now I am concerned with fhy fall wardrobe. A recent letter from my cousin Melvin Henderson says it is over 95 daily for the past two weeks and nigms are very warm. And continued very dry. I'll take Iowa, thank you, at least till Dec. 1. * (' " * Tom Hutchison, son of Tedo and Helen, left Tuesday for California Where he will attend Stanford University. He drove as far as Omaha, Neb., With Chuck Miller and from there took a train and will be met at Frcc- ttiont, Calif, by his sister Sue, Mrs John Carroll. He will be close to San Jose where John and Sue live, which majtes a nice situation. * . *...:-*;•.... * Two Algona girls attended the Olympics in Rome, not together however, and one wondered if they might have run into each other. There has been no report to that effect, but in this small world it could have happened. They are Sheila Sullivan and Marilyn Lowman. Marilyn has returned home and is again teaching physical education in the Davenport schools. Sheila, of course, is remaining abroad. Marilyn was interested in most aspects of the competitions but Sheila Was more interested in the swimming and diving contests, having served as instructor at the pool here and i believe at resort spots in the east. She has written her parents Wade and Cecelia Sullivan that she has a tape recording to send soon. • » * Marilyn was greatly surprised at having her parents meet her at the airport in New York, not know-ing they had accompanied her uncle Clarence Nordstrom on VOTE FOR MILT MILTON G. NORTON Republican Candidate For County Recorder Lifelong Resident Kossuth County Qualified & Experienced Your Vote Will Be Appreciated QUALIFICATIONS f 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. & Toastm'asters 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 a trip east 'She was" So happy to get back to the United States, though 'she had a marvelous si* weeks visiting various .places. But it was hard for her tb Understand, she said, how anyone could possibly be a turncoat or not love the country with all their hearts. The standards of living are so superior here, and in every way head and shoulders above every other country. She liked the Hollanders best of all, the German people next, but was not too, impressed with the French and Italian,: though having nothing in particular against them. The Holland and German people' were very kind and friendly. * * . * . I was sorry to learn of Gordon Kuhn's sickness.'He had a slight stroke while at the Okobojis With his wife. He was not considered in serious condition and has begun to improve. He has been Very kind in bringing me pheasants and fish oyer a period of years. I hope his recovery will be complete and he can again pursue his favorite sport, fishing. *. * ' * Ed an3 Genevieve Genrich are home from their trip abroad and have been visiting Ed's sister, Millie Nolle. They were here just a short, time, went on tb points in Michigan and will be back some time in October. I'd'like to see them,, and since Millie told me about the pictures they took, it would be wonderful seeing the slides and talking with the travelers. They are tne sort of persons who can get the most out of a trip and be able to tell about it in an interesting and 1 intelligent way. Lots of people travel and see things themselves which they cannot describe in a manner to make others see what they saw. (I've done a lot of see-sawing in my phrasing, but you get what I mean,,) • * * * Mrs Ted Harlman, Rodman, came in to meet me the other day, having read Tidbits for some time. She brought with her Mrs Alma Carpenter, New Hartford, to visit Anna Morey. The women are old friends and went to school together many years ago. Mrs Hartman has a son Melvin in North Carolina in the coast-guard and hurricane Donna has been too close to him to suit her, .though she Is of the opinion he is safe, having not heard to the contrary. * * * I was quite intrigued when Mildred'Johnson told me she has a woman working for her who once was in, Kilter's e, Having been at the Johnsoif house for dinner recently. ,t tnm\ tioned she must 'Have a gbocf cook. She replied "She oritjf worked for Hilter." From that'I assumed she might have been Ifi the Hilter menage, but this is not true. She' was a typist arid hef name was Anna Marie Meief. She is now-Mrs Lloyd SchalleV. True, she has cooked, and it wal in a restaurant where she Was working that "O.I." Schaller mother. They knew each other about a year and were married at Ide« roberstein in 1953. Mr SchalleTis" from -West Bend and his wife joined him there as sooh.'as ar» rangements for her entrance here could be made. He is 'employed With Jim Merryman in the bridt ge construction business, * * Let me add this bit of'addition- al information. Mrs Schaller did, not know Hilter personally' but she did see him a's 'he; passed; through corridors where ^her office was located. Now I ani sure she. was a good typist, but. she has reached the acme as a cook* and my opinion is borne out b,y many persons. '; '.,' •'•, ' X; S * '•* :•':. ; History'a la 1924-Roy McGei- chie, citizen of Algorta for half a c.entury, died Suddenly. (He was brother of Mrs Taylor,' the popular miliner. Remember'the two- wheeled cart he used to deliver express packages to merchants?) Algona football team tied in game with Britt. Mr and Mrs James Cruikshank celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary. * * » How about it ladies? "Sam says some women should take lessons in domestic silence." Who doesn't? "I live the simple things in life, come rainy day or • sun-, ny, a crust of bread, a sip of wine, a rocking chair, and money!" * * *. ,< ' Frances Eason's hobby is dolls and she has a wonderful collection. She was recently in Jeff err son to see Mrs Jay Stewart's collection which she said was fabulous. Mrs Eason gave a talk on dolls at a meeting of the Titonka Woman's club Sept. 22. Mrs Max Goldman was also on the program The meeting was held at Mrs John Brandt's. Mrs Beulah Richardson accompanied Mrs Eason. ' * * Mrs Olive Hanson became grandmother of her twenty-first grandchild when a son was born recently to Mr and Mrs Dean Culbertson in the Britt hospital. CMC Proof of the pudding in the trucking field is in the work any given unit will produce. That's why Joe Bradley's is particularly proud of the delivery of a new GMC truck to Everds Bros. Contractors of Algona last week. they~are"past "customers and KNOW WHAT GMC TRUCKS CAN DO FOR THEM. Driver Holger "Pete" Pete.rson of Everds Bros, is shown beside the new unit just before delivery was made. A second GMC truck was also delivered last week—to Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co. of Algona. If you are looking for a truck — a "workhorse" — to do any job on the farm or on the road, stop in to Joe Bradley's and let us explain the many advantages of the "workhorse" — GMC. Joe Bradley FIRESTONE TIRES — GMC TRUCKS — COMPLETE LINE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS the Ifrfan* has feeefe natrted Daft- iel Joseph, dood 6ld Biblical names. The Culbertsom .live at Lone Hook. ..•,,,' * * , * When Ihe Adrian Sterns arid Mrs Helen PaSsmdrfe took the Son David, Passmofe to Iowa Cily re*- cently where he enrolled at the university, they drove'to Brooklyn so that Mrs Sterling could visit With Mts 'Sam 'McNaul, a native of Ireland. Mrs Sterling's mother Came from Enrtiskillert, in the northern 'part of Ireland when she was 15 years 'old. Archie liutchison came here at about the same, age and from the same area, Mfs McNaul and Mrs Sterling haVe been in correspondence for sbme time and Mrs McNaul loaned her many pictures for her to look at leisurely. Mrs McNaul is well acquainted with the Chalmer Reads who came from Brooklyn. I, too, could trace ancestry back to Ireland, shure and begorrah! • * • "f Tillie Hargreaves and I agree she shouldn't Wash her right hand for at least'a week, or wear a glove.-'The reason?.She shook hands With president—possible Richard Nixon at the Gutherie Center plowing match last week. SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn spent Sunday at the Larry Swenson home at Radcliff and attended the baptism of little Randy Swensen, new baby son of the Swensons, at the St. Pauls .Lutheran Church. Mr 'and- Mrs Swensen " (La'velle Kauffman) now have a family of two sons. Seneca friends • of the Melvin Stokkes, Fbrest City, have re- ite ta" attend' the dbservance, of their 28th wedding anniversary an'Oct&Bei-.S atjhe First Baptist CHtfifeh ;ffdriV 'Zi3d until 6 6'cl6ck. .The 3tokkes-foi" meriy\ lived ii Seliec% wHefe M* St6kke was Sugf»'"6f "Schools. Dorothy l^etersen and^Eug^he Friestz of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the Alfred sP^tersens, ' , Mrs Carrie Jensen returned; Friday from Walla Walla, Washington, Where she has been visiting at the hbtfles of her daUght* ers, Harriet and Be"rnice, v Mr and" Mfs, 1 Charles -Beaver visited with" Mr Beavers sister, Mrs D. S. Sotne Eft the Lutheran Hospital at Fort Dodge'last Saturday. Mrs Stone was recuperating from majoi" surgery. Mr and Mrs Floyd Salisbury and family spent -Saturday and Sunday'at the Wayne Deckers, Algona. On Sunday they celebrated the birthday anniversary of Johnnie Salisbury and Waytte Decker, which fall on the same day, Sept. 20, ,Ole Pedersen was, recently''in Iowa City where he underwent a general physical check-up. Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman, Pamela and Peggy, spent several days on a sightseeing trip to McGregor. They also went on to St. Paul and went through the Como Park Zoo. Letts Creek 4 T H The Letts Creek Leaders 4-H Club met Sept. 19 at Virgean Bierstedt's. Officers for the coming year are as follows: President Charles Bici siedt, vice-president, David Wegener, sec-treas. Kenneth Bierstedt, reporter 1 , Virgean Bierstcdt anu rec. chairman Dale Wegener. Leader is Dick Kuecker with Jim Bierstedt as •his assistant. Bernard 'Was accepted a<a ttew Lead halters. Were awarded to David 'Peter, Gerald -Luedtke, and Duarte Seegebarth. ' ,, Research* has shown that Printing is-.truly "The Art Preservative of all Arts" with appfc-xi- 'mately ninety-two per cent of the knowledge' we accumulate J Hanse«be1«| |affted:tnf6tigh-the sfhlW Wfirdj j *** ELECT CURTIS G. REPUBLICAN TO CONGRESS ADD A MODERN FREE GAS LIGHT To Your Patio 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 $34.95 Gaslight FREE! This amazing offer by the North Central Public Co. good only until Sept. 30. Appliance or heating unit must be purchased and installed by that time. Also, purchase MUST BE MADE from any of the 11 dealers listed below or from the North Central Public Service Co. The free gas light is the one you've seen advertised locally many times in recent months. The Free Installation offer is good on installations of 50 feet or less — a small additional charge will _ A$ WA jgR r :_._J._ll_AL_d. AWJ*AA»I! MM be made for installations exceeding that distance. But don't delay — contact the dealer of your choice this week. 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. Healing Dealers • Algena Plumbing * Heating • Fw* Plumbing A Heating • Muekey Heating ft Plumbing « P, R. Ironl Heating ft Plumbing. Appliance Dealers • • Algona Refrigeration • Bewher Une Appliance* • Cullen Hardware • Coait-To-Coaft Storo t Qemblw Store t Frederick Hardware • North Iowa Appliance * " ' OR FROM THi , / North Central Public Service Co. m m ^F « ^" m f ^ p> .^ P _... ... , ^jnt.. .....i .aw^-...,-> ^-. ..aBH^^-^ YOUR ©AS COMPANY" *»i,-a>—.-t ALGONA

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