The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
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' ST. JOE ly Mri Syl Waflner Edward Kellner, son of Mr and Mrq r-vrii Kniir,^ o«j o „ a,7V, ' over Ine weoKe/itl with relatives Mrs Cyril Kellner and Cyril Thil- and friends. Maurice is the son gcs,/son of Mr and Mrs Laurence Thilgcs, both I960 Oarrigan High School graduates left on Saturday for training with the National Guard unit for 6 months at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mr and Mrs Maurice Hermann and daughters from Madison, Wisconsin, were visitors here over the weekend with relatives • «1 SPEAKING: Men ! Remember the Best Years of Our Wives ... The "best years of our wives" may be BEFORE she married you unless your home is equipped with modern electrical labor-saving appliances. "Home on the Range" sounds much bettter, too, when the range is insulated and automatic. Indeed, the "best years of our wives" can be NOW if you take steps to eliminate household drudgery through the use of modern electrical appliances. Life Can Be Beautiful With Low Cost Electric Service Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 "Hy-Line layers win official tests What does that mean to me?" Answer: How layers perform in official tests is actually your second-best way to compare various brands. The best way would be to try them all yourself. But you can't possibly do that So test results are your most practical guide. For example, 22 official tests ending in 1958 and 1959 show that Hy-Line layers outperformed the 9 next largest-selling birds by 551 more Income over feed and chick cost... $550 extra per thousand birds. Such winning,performance is why one of every eight layers la the U. S. this year it a Hy-Line bird. CHICKS FROM YOUR LOCAL SALESMEN ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fonton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Bort FRANK SEELY, Ringsted - JAMES MAYNE, Ledyard ALFRED HURLBURT, Elmprt MAYNARD HURLBURT, Swea City WHITTIMOiE HATCHERY - PHONE 4161 ^*••(•"»» mmmntmmm*tifmmimmm SAVE $3 per 100 pullets . . . by ordering Hy-Line chicks now, for '' mmm^mmMi^L • * of Mrs Lizzie o.*«rmann and a' brother of Mrs Edwin ThilgcA. Mr and Mrs John Wilmes from St. Cloud, Minn, were visifors hero with Mrs Louise- Thul and attended the funeral of % brother Felix Wilmes. 07 at St. Mary's Church at Armstrong on Tuesday. Others attending funeral services from here were Mr and Mrs Harold Thul, Mr and Mrs Peter Becker and Mr and Mrs John Thul. Mrs Anna Wabba was ti visitor with relatives in Ernmetsburg I this week. Mrs Wabba is planning on moving to Emmetsuurg : next week. Mr and Mrs Murk Thilgu.s are parents of a daughter born at St. Ann Hospital in Algona on October 2nd. This makes 2 girls in the Thilges family. Mi- and Mrs Herman Crotts of West Bend are the maternal grandparents ana Mrs Maggie Thilges of here the paternal grandmother. Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph will meet Wednesday, October 12lh. with Mary Jane Origer presiding. A three year trustee is to be elected to fill the vacancy left by Mrs Francis Murphy who has moved to Fort Dodge. Reception of new members is to be held Monday evening, October 17th with a 6:30 dinner in St. Joseph's School Hall. Committee in charge of the October meeting will be Mrs Eugene Thul, Mrs Willie Thilgcs, Mrs Al Lencrlz, Mrs Kenneth Grcin, Mrs Will Reding, Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas, Mrs Nicholas Weydert, Mrs Robert Altmun and Mrs Harold Reding. Mrs Mark Thilges and infant daughter Deborah Helen born on Dctober 2nd came home on Friday from St. Ann Hospital in Ai- ?ona. Deborah's sister Linda, 15 months, spent the first of the week with her maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Herman rotts at West Bend and latter Lo the home of Mr and Mrs Flor- lari Faber here. Mrs Maggie Thilges returner! to her home on Monday after spending several weeks at the home of her son Norbert Thilgcs in Fenton. Phyllis Thilges, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Thilges of here is assisting in the home of her uncle, Norbert Thilges in Fenton. Phyllis Thilges had been assisting Mrs Ralph Kenne with the St. Joseph's School lunches and is being replaced by Mrs Ray Thilges and Mrs Dclmer Plathe who alternate days. Kraft - Gregory Nuptials OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE TOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA: Not icr ir, hereby Riven that Lro, Gernkl. Earl, Jny D & R. I,. Thrclkelrl dha Threlkckl Super Sr-rvirr. Chnntnn. Inwa. transferor nnd Thrrlkolfis. Ine.. t.'hariton, town, transferee, have filer! n joint applleation for Hit commission's approval <>f the transfer of Liquid Transport Carrier Certificate No. LC-77. which operations as a liquid transport earner between all points in the State of Iowa. The Commission lias fixed Tuesday. November 15. IDfiO, ten (10:f>rn oVlork A.M.. at its offirc in Dos Moines. Iowa. as time and plaee lor public hearing on this applieation. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Bernard .1. Martin. Chairman Ray H. Thompson. Commissioner Haloid K. Hughes. Coinmi.-jsioner ATTEST: Claude E. Davis. Secretary Dated at Des Moines. Iowa. October 5, IMH). Docket No. DJ.C-107 (•11-12) Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper D«* Mon**-i OFFICIAL NOTICE BKFORE THE TOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMT.SSIf )N TO THE CI'I I/.KN'S OK KOSSUTH COUNTY. (0V, .\ Nnli'-e is tvrehv th.-it, Commodity TruekniR Corporal ion. HlO West loth Street. WilmniiVo!'. Delaware, h.'is rnad" appnr.':i(nm to (lie Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 327 A. the Code 1!)5S. as amended, lor a Certlficnte of Convenience and Necessity lo operate as a conliad liquid ti.'in.' poi I carrier in bulk in tank vehicles of (li animal fats, including but not limited to lard?. tallows, oils and greases, fiorn points and places wi'h post office addresses of: Mu'scaline. Sioux C'ily. I.e.Mars, Counc'l niuffs. Quitnhv Cherokee., Storm Lake. Spencer, ' Ksl herville, Fort M'i O1 and' Ues M Uimwa. W ;itci Ion. Ceda D.i-.'enport to pciiit.. and City of Mu'ii-atir.f . [ow oil hoin IMHIVS ,ind pl.-' oil ice .idrir'-Sv.-s of: Mnse.itlni;, Sioux City. Sheldon. Quimby. West I'.encl, Ralston. Fort Dodge. Rodftdd, Kflljtiif Grovi-. Belmond. DPS Molnon, MasOTt !'it\. rov.-a Fallr,, Marshalllown. Dike,' c.i -,,|hmoi<. Waleiloo. Cedar Rapids, WaMiini'ion and fMlntnn to points and nlaccs in tli" City of Mtisealine, town '.'!i nuilasse.'i from points autl places In the CiU of Musentmo. Iowa to points .ind pl.Y'-rs in Mii:-eatine and from Mus- 'MhiK 1 to any and all points,, In th*?* -.'ate of Iowa. All such carriage to B«h by Irres'ilar roules. The Commission fixed W(?flnesdny» November !), 1WO. ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at IhR office of the Commission, Des Moines. Iowa, as time nnd place lor public hearing in the above -docketed application. IOWA STATE COMMEHCE COMMISSION IVniard .1. Marlin. Chairman Hav H Thompson. Commissioner Harold E. ff'.r'.tv.:"'. Cci:'ii > n i >':lriii"r AVt.vST: Clii'iile E. Davis. Secretary DM". | at DCS M«)i:ies. Iowa. October UI-C-l. r J<i (11-12) Miss Sharon Kay Kraft, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Krafl of Renwick. became the bride of H. Keith Gregory, son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Gregory, in a ceremony performed Sept. 25 at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Renwick. Mrs Gary Reynolds of Manson was matron of honor. She is a sister of the bride. Jerilyn Kraft, another sister, was bridesmaid. Attending the bridegroom were Larry Kraft and Gary Kelling. The young couple will be at home in Eagle prove where the bridegroom, is employed. The young couple are well known in the southern Kossuth area. (UDM engraving). La koto Home Is Badley Damaged By Night Fire The Lhkota Fire Department was called to the Raymond Becker farm home about 11 p.m. Oct 3. The downstairs part of the house is almost a total loss from the fire, smoke and water damage. Exact cause of the fire is not known, but it is -.nought it could have started in the television st:t as that corner of Hie room was burned the worst. No one was home Monday evening until about 11 when the Becker's sons, Albert and Roger came home and discovered the fire. names and addresses of the individual owners must bo given. If owned by a partnership or other unincorporated firm, Its naipe and address, ns well as t\J of each individual member, must be given.) R. B. Waller. Algona, Iowa, d/b/a. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Ill E. Call St., Algona, Iowa. 3. The known bondholders,, mort- gagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (II there are none, so slate.) None. 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 Include, in cases where the stockholder or se- cumy holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting; also the statements in the two paragraphs show the affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities In a capacity other than that of a bona tide owner. 5. The average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to PAID subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above was: (This Information is required fiom daily, weekly, semiweeklv and triweekly newspapers only.) 5,030. R. B. WALLER Managing Editor Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28th day of September, 1960. (SEAL) JOSEPHINE WALDERA (My commission expires July 4. 1963.) STATEMENT INQUIRED BY THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2, 1946 (Title 39. United Slates Code, Section 233) SHOWING THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION OF Algona Upper DCS Moiiics, published wuuKly ai Alguna, Iowa, lor Uut. 1. 1. The names and addresses of (he publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publishers Upper DCS Moinrs Publishing Co., Ill E. Call St.. Algona, la. ,Publisher. Editor and Business Manager, R. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa. 2. The owners are (H owned by a corporation, its name and address must be stated and also immediately there- under the names and addresses o£ stockholders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of stock. l£ not owned by a corporation, the ., .,„ ..'?*>r~<*M"*-r~ "• *w v« v/w , , , fff . ~ *f X,,^*.,.^™ ,,. ; v «"'> 1 ._>- -, ,, , ,» ,s- ,>—> ,jj Connie's Column New you Know! The answer to everyday • insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Some friends of ours had a fire in their house and were able to move most of their furniture next door, What if the neighbor's house burned, too? Would the insurance on the furniture still be in force? ANSWER; Yes the furiture would be covered automatically for a limited time in any location to which it had been moved to protect it. • if you'll addres* your own in«uranc« quntioni to this ol- fice. we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will bo no charg* 01 obligation of any kind. 5< ^ t *nvy*,» K "^ ^ '-''*,} PIPE THIS Don't know about yours, but my house plants frequently lose leaves when I pin them up for straighter shooting! Mrs. Matt Yerich of Minnesota solved the problem with pipe cleaners. They're soft, pliant; won't injure delicate greens. And they come in pretty colors, too! AUTUMN ARRAY My handy neighbor had a neat idea for a Fall hearth dis- play.She gilded a big dishpan with dimestore paint, wadded up chicken- wire to fill the bottom. Now it's ablaze with oodles of colorful Autumn leaves! If you need more "dash" in your display, add an array of straw flowers, mixed with the leaves. COLD'S COMING While checking your family's wardrobe.. .making sure there are enough earmuffs, parkas, and mufflers to go round.. .you'd be wise to see if your home is ready for winter. Now, before Old Man Winter really comes whistling, whistle for your local gas company or gas heating dealer. They'll show you how conveniently your present heating system can be converted, for year-round comfort with low-cost dependable gas heat. SATURDAY PLAN Why not let young ghosts make their own "Trick or Treat" costumes? Pull out worn sheets in advance; cut them in large circles. "Fit" them to your ghosts; draw in eyes, nose and mouth. Have scissors, needles and hemming thread handy, as well as crayons to draw trimmings. You supervise; kiddies do the work! How about cutting some black felt into narrow strips. Then cut them into 3 inch lengths. Kiddies sew them around the eye holes, for exaggerated eye lashes. CRYSTAL GAZING With so many millions of Americans using natural gas, how long can it last? Long enough to supply our great grandchildren's grandchildren! The American Gas Association reports that in the past five years, additions to proven gas reserves have nearly doubled the present amount of natural gas produced. And there's lots more .to be discovered in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Far into the future, Northern Natural Gas Company will pipe gas to your local gas company... while the gas industry researches wonderful new ways to make it useful to you! HALLOWEEN TREAT /I Planning a party for witches 'n' goblins? Mrs. Warren L. Allen of Iowa treats tiny guests to homemade fuilgefreezies: Shake together jn s a large shaker, one package of instant chocolate pudding mix, !/4 cup sugar, J /2 cup cream, and I 1 /? cups milk. Pour mixture into ice cube 1 trays (the ones you no longer use, since you have a new ga» refrigerator.) When nearly frozen, insect short sticks in each cube; continue freezing. Final note: serve with large napkins; young* sters need them! Storage Protection for all Your Summer Garments • You don't Need More Closet Space • You Just Need More Space In the Closet You've Got. It's time to, store away summer apparel and get ready for those chilly months to come. Why let dainty summer things get crumpled and soiled in closet and bureau drawers? We keep summer garments and household articles which you won't need until next summer perfectly cleaned and pressed until you need them. If you should decide on a winter vacation, how convenient to have everything clean and freshly pressed, ready to go. Pay only the normal cleaning charges when garments are delivered. „___ FREE! PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ^ JUST PHONE CY 4-3265 ALGONA AND LAUNDERERS ALGONA - Across from Courthouse - LOOK WHAT DODGE HAS DONE FOR COMPACTS The name, Lancer: one hardtop; one 2-door sedan; two 4-door sedans; two wagons. What kind of cars are they? This kind: two feet shorter; many pounds leaner; a couple of hundred dollars less in cost than usual automobiles. Lancer welcomes a family of six lavishly. Has plenty of trunk. Its fully-unitized body is very quiet, very tough. Lancer is also mannerly. It corners decisively, takes a well scarred road with aplomb. Parks obediently. More reasons to buy? Read on. The interiors are rich, but simple: Shed soil, wear well, feel good. The engine is highly spirited, but extremely light on regular gasoline. One more thing, Lancer is built by Dodge. Our name is on it. This me'ans Lancer will stay nice and shiny. How so? The body is rustproofed by an exclusive Chrysler Corporation process. Enough talk. Meet Lancer at your Dodge Dealer. Now. NOW ON DISPLAY AT ALL DODGE DEALERS "m ! v I ' . < 1. . ;* Mill

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