The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1960
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y ' , '«.!«?: Wesley C.D. A. Plans Birthday Parly Oct. 25 Wfifof '«. the C.D.A. held theiir regul .r monthly meeting Wednesday evening. They voted to meet each fourth Tuesday of it ^-'-Tui, tf- r • . . __ , * the month instead of Wednesday. Following the business meeting, brfdge and 500 were plnycd. Mildred Cosgrove and Sara Ran- POTATOES " E CHEAPER Big Shipment -Just Arrived MMMMMMMMMMf WASHED White Potatoes SOIbs... $ 1.29 25 Ibs 79c 10 Ibs.... 29c WE DELIVER EAST END GROCERY •. "fOR MTTER BUYS IN SPUDS" Big 6 room heating performance In a. COMPACT Elberts Wed 50 Yeors Naturally, Its a patentsd OIL HOME HEATER HfcATBlMBINt - OWTL|T« hM.eusthei.ti-. Just pull ihd ^ ullt-ln blbWER • to.mdt.h* «»)«»« H ov* floor*, . i-j*f>io* H»*l. 81EQURMATIC DRAFT troubles PLUS I • • • BACK GUARANTEE! «ONCOLE 6»aifR th«t Hardwart i Applian«et ey won high and low in bridge, Florence Hildman and Donna Studer in 500. Hcicn Youngwirth received the lucky plate prize. The annual uirthday party will be held Oct. 25. Pot luck lunch will be served at 7 o'clock followed by a business meeting and entertainment. Surprise Parly John Lickteig, 77, was honored at a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening in the jack Lickteig home. Other • relatives who attended were the Elliot Waldschmidt's of Whittemore Dennis Lickteigs of St. Benedict, the Urban Lickteigs and the Kenneth Forburgcrs. Baby Baptized Dean Allen Youngwirth was baptized Sept. 25 in St. Josephs Catholic church by Father Phillips. Mr and Mrs Dick May of LuVerne were tlic sponsors for their nephew, who was born Sept. 14 to Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Oct. 6. Minnie Studer and Jo Meurer will serve. Mr and Mrs Otto Henderson are on a two week vacation. He is station agent for the Milwaukee railroad. Wesley Wizards had a party Monday evening in the home of their leader, Lois Scntele, with 23 women and itf girls present. Prize winers were Pearl Asa and Francis Funncmark. Presidents and vice presidents of the Farm Bureau extension clubs met in Algona Sept. 30 fo.' a style show ana business meeting in which the lessons for the year were planned. Attending wore Edna Mae Klcinpeter arid Mildred Martin 01 the Tuesday club. Minnie Frimml and Hazel Studer of Prairie Neighbors and Edna Skow and Mildred Carlson of Wesley Homemakofs. Mr and Mrs George Goetz were sponsors at the bttptism, Sunday in St Michael's Catholic, church at Whittemore of thfeir first grandchild, Sheila Marie, born Sept. 23 to Mr and Mrs (Agnes) Frank Kirsch of Whittemore. The Charles Nygaards and the Glen Gabrielsons were business visitors in Chicago over the Sept. 25 weekend. Anna Flom entered Hancock hospital at Britt Sept. 22 and on Sept: 26 had major surgery. The county cor.—.iiloe for 4-H work met Oct. 3 in the Methodist church. Lois Bentele and Gladys Detmcring represented Wesley township. Mrs P. C. Hayries left Sept. 29 for Fort Worth. Texas, to spend 10 days in the home of tlr.'ir son Harley Haynes, Eau Clair, Wis. is staying in the haynes home till her mother returns. A new street sweeper was given a tryout on the streets this week by Norbert Hilbcrt. Andrew Huff, son of John Huff and the late Ethel Huff, has enrolled at Mason City Junior College, Mr and Mrs Herman Wise attended a Voss family reunion Sent. 25 at Straw oerry Point. Mr and Mrs Ed Holacck of Al gnna spent Sept. 25 with Mr and Mrs Will MartintK. John Spangler of Janesville. Minn, spent the Sept. 25 weekend with his sister. Mrs Josie GnuCe The Neighborhood Birthday club met Sept. 17 with Mrs John Richtcr honoring her birthday and thnt of Mrs Fred Rasmussen. Father Phillips \Vas a patient in a Carroll hospital several ctav.s last week for surgery on his big toe that was bacUy injured by n power mower shortly before 'the moved to Wesley in June. Mr and Mrs Joe Cavanaueh and Jean of Davenport were quests Thursday and Friday in the Frimml home. Minnie Frimml entertained the Wednesday bridge club .Sept. 28 Eugene Hildman, son of Mr and Mrs John Hildman, recently enlisted in the L.d. Army. Members of the Evangelical Free church had a promotion day Gasoline _, 135.*! Cullon Hnrdwaro, Supplies .. 9.17 Olbbs-Cook Equipment Co., Repnirs & Freight. 35.38 Skolly Oil Co., Kerosene 3540 PUBLIC SArETY Albert Bockclman, salary 175.01 Ernest W. Hutchison, snlnry . . 157.60 Peter C. Joiv<enson. salary .. 150.ib Kenneth ,1., salary _ 140.42 William C. Schvvnrzi-nb;ich, Salary _.. M251 Eppo Bulten. salary 147.S* James A. Volgt, salary _ 135.12 Ira Kohl, salary 2000 Ralph Elbert, snlary ., . is.oo Iowa State Bank., Withholding Tax r. jo l ..40 Trust & Agency 'Fund, Police Pension _____ 12.01 Albert Boekelman, Expenses ... eo.65 Cities Service Oil Co.. Gasoline __• 9234 Northwestern Boll Telephone Co., Telephone Service 28.15 SANITATION Albert Baas, salary 85.30 Herman Lecck, salary 88.80 Anna F. Courtney, salary . 0350 Iowa Slate Bank, Withholding Tax 1B.40 Margaret Durnnt, Refund 14000 Kellcy Lumber Co., Repairs 3.24 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.. Telephone Service 16.40 Rofier D. Hanson, Engineering Expenses 114.20 Tuesdoy, Oct. 4, I960 (la.) Upp«r DM ftelner Helmers, Cleaning Storm Sewer __ . Cullen Hardware, Light Bulbs •__.. Farewny Stores, Inc., Supplies Spencer Grocer Company, Supplies _ Arwcll, Inc. Fly Spray _ Street Fund, Reimburse Labor ._ ftECREATfcm Northwestern Bell Telephone Telephone Service Faraway Stores. Inc., supp. .. Graham's Dept. Store, supp. . SEWER RENTAL Robert C. Lemkee, salary . Fred G. Gronbach, salary __ ' Iowa Stnte Bank, Withholding Tax Mrs. W. L. Randall. Interest on Bonds Iowa State Bank, Interest on Bonds Cullen Hardware, supp. Northwestern Telephone Co.. Telephone Service Norton Machine Works. Parts -.._. PARKING METER Richard H. Groen, salary ._ Nancy Sands, salary Doris Rlley. salary Iowa State Bank. Withholding Tax 28.40 2.1(1 2.49 82.10> Co.. Trust it Agency Fund, • Pentton „._._..:_.—•«,.».._» I.7T Benjamin Ffflnklin once said, "Doing tin injury puts you below your enemy; revenging one makes you but irvon with him; forgiving ftnfc sets you above him." 1,00 5.53 163.02 118.1U 17.00 I 33.75 225.0U ' 2.64 12.80 24.70 .'164.43 89.68 21.86 31.60 UNDER 21 by Dan Halligan StARTS TODAY If you are over Iwelve years old this proven column is FOR you and ABOUT you. It has sound and sensible answers to your most vexing problems. ' NEVER MISS IT! on the Editorial Pag* Mr and Mrs Simon Elbert of Whittemore Will observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 9 with an open house from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. at the Plantation ballroom, Whittemore. No invitations have been sent, but all relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. They have three daughters and three sons. They are Mrs Pat Murphy, 'Algona, Mrs Ray Abbas, Davenport, Mrs Francis Mullin, Leonard, Gerald and Edmund, all of Whiltcmore. (Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving). program at their Sunday School Sunday and then attended harvest home services and dinner at Upper Flat church north of Britt. The Vo-Yo club had a party Sept. J.8 in the Methodist church with 36 present. Hosts were the Mike Flohis, 'Charles Wicrs and R. E. Ncwbroughs. A scavenger hunt Was held by 3 teams, an hour of gamep and lunch was served. Officers aie George Detmering, prcsidcm; Merle Rasmussen, vile-president, and Esther Smith, secretary-treasurer. Mr and Mrs Dennis Vitzthunr. and family of Aurelia spent the Sept. 25 weekend in the 1 parental George VitZthurh and Ltio Goetz horhe|s. They ''recently moved from Sheldon. Mr and Mrs Conrad Simort of Milwaukee, Wis. visited Eisenbacher relatives here several days last week. Mrs Lawrence Koppcn was brought home Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City where'She had gall bladder surgery. ' . Wpmens Missionary Society met'Sept. 27 in me Evangelical Free church with Mrs Oscar Johnson in Absentia and. her daughter Mrs R...y Carlson. Mrs Johnson is hospitalized in Britt so Mrs Ivan Johnson assisted. The group wen* guests of the Britt W.M.S. on the following day. Evangelical Fi-cc Women held a cleaning bee Oct 4 at the church and had a pot luck noon dinner. They are preparing for a ^series of special meetings and their annual harvest home festir val. Telephone Service __.* 24.80 Koch Brothers, Office Supp. & Postage M.32 STREET Jess E. Laslibrook. salary 150.95 Albert F. Pergande, salary __ 155.21 Glenn F. Durtis, salary 131.33 Raymond W. Mctzcn, salary _ 120.B7 Donald T. Prew. salary 147.92 Oscar .1. Myers, salary 111.19 David D. Schneider, salary __ 115.20 Dale n. Baxter, salary 109.40 Iowa State Bank, withholding Tax 96.90 Norton Machine Works, Street Broom Repairs 3.50 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Telephone Service 11.10 W. C. Brown Supply Co., Water Hose 30.96 Asphalt Products Co., Premix 68.37 Cities Service Oil Co., Council Minutes COUHCIL MINUTES The City, Council met _jcpt. 28, 19GC (it thp City Hall. Reading of the minutes were waiv ved. Cigarette permit granted to Diagonal Cafe r • • , Beer pcl-mHB granted to Wel-Comr Inn &;Algbna Lanes ' ..' . . , Four delegate's worn audorixod Hi attend the League of Iowa Municipalities meeting at DRS Moines, Iowa and the Cllv Cl~rk was authorized to attend thj» Finance Officers meeting at Des Moines, Iowa. City Attorney was nu<lior'-"H H rl'-nft mi Orel, to vi"ate the alley in Block 230, Calls Add. GENERAL DI- r 'amcron C. Shicrk, salary .- $ David A. Smith, salon- ... _. town Stale Bank, withholding ' tax , Dr. Cameron C. Shicrk, expenses , Russell G.' Buchanan, Legal Fees July-Sept. Incl. i.n""i *'• Avwell, Inc., Rat Cn'Hrol 15.00 The Algona Remir «*- r, Printing 4.50 Northwestern* Bull felophovm Co.. 112.50 201.95 17.30 13.05 National Dance Week Oct. 8 Thru Ocl. 15 Fri., - Ocl. 7 Andy Doll & Band Set., - Oct. - 8 Open 7:30 Carrying Welks T.V. Show 8 to 9. See & Dance To, New Dodge. Cars on Display Hale-Phipps Motors Mason Cily Charlie Trussell And The Airliners Adm. Before 9 — 90c Adm. After 9 — SI.10 Mon., - Oct. 10 Jules Herman & Orch. Tues., - Oct. 11 - Teens 8 to 11 Listen To KRIB For Attraction 2 Ties Cleaned FREE With Regular Dry Cleaning of any man's SUIT or TOPCOAT Here's.* wonderful way to refresh those ties at no extra cost! JOst send that suit or topcoat to us NOW for dry cleaning and include two ties! We'll dry clean the ties FREE! V: V (B) This Coupon Good For FREE CLEANING OF TWO NECKTIES Present this coupon with your next dry cleaning order. It will entitle you to free dry cleaning of any 2 men's neckties. ACT NOW THIS OFFER EXPIRES NOV. 1, 1960 Algona Launderers & Cleaners CY 4-3265 FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY ALGONA SRHNKING NEW FULL-SIZE DODGE PRICED MODEL FOR MODEL WITH FORD AND CHEVROLET j^3^i»:(o&o»ma«o&o;aTO^ VOTE FOR MILT MILTON G. NORTON Republican Candidate For County Recorder Lifelong Resident Kossuth County 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 busmess experience Member. Mpjrhoclist Chwr«h, .Kiwoois. .Club, Aawrjfan. Legion, V.F.W, & Toastmasters Club Chairman Kossgth County Red Cross Chapter I sincerely promise to the best of my ability and experience* complete integrityjin offi?? and administra- tiftn, tmbracing sound business practices. • MHTON G. NORTON , The new automobile you're looking at is a 1961 Dodge called Dart!! It will upset auto* motive apple carts all over the place. Why? Because Dart is a full-size Dodge priced hi j model for model with Ford and Chevrolet. It has Dodge room/comfort and quality throughout. It has a rattle and rust-proofed unitized body, A fine ride called Torsion- Aire, Dart has many other good things. Comes in 23 different models. You'll like Dart!! 'it"... V iVy.V.*'.MMSi PIRClVAt MOTOW

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