The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 12
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T (10.) Uf»p*f DM Molnm Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 Oh, inii perfect weatheri Everybody talks of McGregor arid .the Mississippi area, all wanting tb head that" way where the trees are so beautiful. I'm glad to kftdw there are so many kindred sprits. « * » Mr ana Mrs Hugh Colwsll are back from a trip to the Ozarks. Enroiite home they stopped in Kansas City and were shown through the distributing center of the company for which fc«-s Colwell has had an agency the past 11 years. Four hundred persons are employed there and it was of great interest to her sec- ing how that particular department operates. * * * If you see Bert Muckey with the buttons of his vest missing, you will know he lias burst them with pride over being a great- grandfather. A son. Timothy James, was born Sept. 3 to Mr and Mrs James Williams of Minneapolis. The new mother is the former Susan McConnell. * «• * Confusion reigns in the postal department at Fort Dodge-Herbert Deal and Hubert Deal, no relation, are constantly being handed the wrong mail. Hubert Deal is a son of Mrs Celia Deal and prefers being called "Pete". A good idea, if carried on in Fort Dodge, and would relieve the situation. * « * It was sort of an old home week for Mr and Mrs G. D. Brlmdage, Little Rock, Ark., and Rev. and Mrs O. Leonard Nelson, Cloquet, Minn. The Brundagcs .were parishoners of Rev Nelson -when he was pasror of the First .{Lutheran church here. The fami- tlies have been visiting here, the ^Nelsons being house guests of Mr ,f'and Mrs E. B. Carlson, the Brun- ^dages of the Lloyd Muckeys. I •often think of the story Rev. Nel^son told me about a man in his •^church telling him how much he •enjoyed a sermon he had listened *to the previous week. Flattered •at the news, he asked the man. ^"What was it about?" for with so -much ort. his mind, it is frequently impossible to remember one's ^sermon titles. The man answered, •»•"! don't remember, but it was •sure good." • * * « *• I have mentioned my African 'violets before and I'm going io *do so agairi.-They are the lovliest • things you; ever saw-pink and 4 *purple plants set in an oblong •splanter,/a perfect mass of blooms 'that have continued week after '•week to the astonishment of visi- -•tors, and my joy. Mrs Nick Fisch. ••"'who gave them to me, stopped in fc Friday and declared I must have • magic. No, it is she who is en- with the green thumb, for planted them and gave them •their start. But I am proud of Jthem and am cherishing them ••tenderly. I think Raymond Gilbert can look forward to a long life, if his ancestry has anything to do with it. His grandparents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Anderson have reached lhe ages of 93 and almost 98 respectively, and Oct. 2 celebrated Iheir seventieth wedding anniversary. Perhaps they will equal ihe record of Mrs Roberts, former resident here, now in Minnesota. who will soon be 105. • ins, a couple of months ago. Slie mentioned the location of the angling spot but I didn't listen attentively enough to rctiK'niuir the exact place. * * . « ' The death of Mrs Tilla McCall at Seattle, Wash, takes away another old lime Algonan. I believe her husband's name was Jav nnci years ago they ran the North- western hotel which then $itood on the corner of Phillips and State streets. It was moved a short distance west when Frank Vora purchased it and made- it into an apartment house. Mrs McCall was a tiny woman, active and quick of step and she went down the streets many times with little while poodles on leashes. I was in her home several years ago when she had moved to her dwelling at the corner of Woosler and State streets. Mrs Agnes Laidley had an apartment there and mother and I were joining Marg Laidley Dahl and we were having supper and a card game together. Mrs McCnl) as'kecl us in her apartment to soe some antiques. * » • Back in 1944, art October wind sUum did much damage in l.a- kota. Federal Agent G. A. Hum- son states that all booze now sold is bad. (This was ni prohibition days. I think the same idea,.-til! holds, which gives you my idea of liquors). Ralph Morgan dangerously hurt in gravel pit near Algona. Deputy Sheriff Hovrj married to Vivian Eastman at Blue Earth, Minn. * • How true— "A falsie salesman calls man.' himself , the fuller bust This could happen. "The trouble with political jd'.i's is that they often Ret elected to office." * * • The Yanks don't have much of a following over here. Most of us are for tho underdog Pirates, but Casper Thilgcs remains loyal to the Yanks. There is a lot of verbal .betting, buf so far I've seen no exchange of legal tender. * * • I've seen the exterior of the Surf ballroom at Clear Lake do/ens of times but have never seen the interior, which is said to be beautifully decorated, so I was interested when Donna Reefer did -recently what I've often yearned to do—danced there. With her were Helen Stone and her brothers, Harold and Clyde Stone of Brill and another brother, Earl Slone, who is home on leave from Lackland Field, Texas. I read it was 91 degrees in Texas a few days ago so Earl no doubt is enjoying our perfect fall weather. My relatives, the Melvin Hendersons, who . were here a year ago, wish they were back. •By the lirne this reaches the Rock to Rockford, 111. to attend papers, Mtbel Hutzell, Ethel Gil-1 the open House Observance of les, Esther Benson, Lizzie Post j the 9f»1.h birthday anniversary of ..'._ -i' * ; 11 i i_ J ..* _.._ _i_.__ _» I ft*. rt _ i . _i ...... ..._.1 TV *.. _ i i. and I will .have had our dny at Fairmont, Minn. r.Irs Gillos will stop at Swcn City, Lizzie and I will be at Maggie Pamikuk's tun I the others will visit friends. Attend 99th Birthday Party Burl — Hern-inn Schrader accompanied Everett Hartm'an and Mrs John Hartman of Fenlon, and Herschel Hartman, Lone Mr SchrndtTS and Mrs- John Harlman's aunt. Mrs Bertha Lauson on Sunday, Oct. !). In spile of her .years, Mrs Laii- son is in good health and si ill does mosl of her own houseu o: k, says Mr Schradcr daughter. Mrs Ken Cook. John Johnson raised a hufio cucumber in his Rcmien this year. ll measured IP-j inches--long, ll n ..i inches around and 3 pounds, 1 ounce in weight. GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW Around The Town and Country IIMHIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIII™ Joe Bradley South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver Maney-Harrta Allli-Chalmari CMC Truck! Flreaiona Tlrat Phone CY 4-242) Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR ERONSON'BUI SERVICE lyiiiiiiiniii Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK § Builders' Hardware n Tools m SIOUX Tanks & | Cribs g N. of Jet. Hwys. I 18 & 169 1 Algona - CY 4-4369 1 i '* The death of Claire Gilbert T Anderson makes me think of her t mother whom I knew. My first ^acquaintance with them was *~years ago when invited to their „ farm northeast of town to attend • an Episcopal Sunday school party * with Lucille Grose. I remember .the attractive rooms and the • many, many books. Each year ' t Mrs Gilbert and I would have a chat at the fair. She'd always ^"say, "I hope to meet you at the « fair again next year," And this ' -continued for several years. The .*,Gilberts and Mrs Anderson were a staunch Episcopalians and Mrs /''Anderson*will be missed. • • * » • Mrs Bessie Jones has been ^ visited by her sister Mrs Mary «~ Bever, Milford. The women spent • a day at Dows, their former * home, and saw the building * Vhe,re they attended school. It ^jhas been made into a dwelling, T Ibut the fact that it is still in exis- * lence gives an allure to the old * readin', ritin' ana 'rithmetic. ^^ e • * Methodists are happy that they " own the entire half block _ tr the church stands. Final "* Arrangements were decided in a Bting Oct. ?. It is assumed the standing there will be or movud off. • « V * Ml 9114 Mrs Russell Rente have op a five day vacation at Lake, Minn., with Mr Mrs Sam Medin who live " months of the year. Medih and Deb Hall " all enjoyed good Vaunita told me about " was hew; Oct. 7. She 'beautiful tip there. igYimpther avid fish- with Joizzie Post, HttiieJ Lusby. Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona r fffsssssssf£&sZ>Mm/f/iar : Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Servic* D H imtiunoiua. HAIVtnU Phone CY 4-3501 Algona suit fine chance to work * when she wnd daugh Hutch- Algona Refrigeration REFRIGERATION - TELEVISION PHTLCO Refrigerator* Freeiert Television Ranges Radio* All-Conditioning Commercial Refrigeration Phone CY 4-2M1 Algona llsHIIIIUIlilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilial Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped Te Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Heating Sheet Metal Cat or Oil Unlit Pump* Water System* Complete Fixture* Nfone CY 4-M« Bronson Building Service, pictured above, is a loc:al corporation located just north of the junction of Highways 18 and 169. The business was established in October of 1958. Bronson's is called Service because ihe business has a genuine service to off :r every customer. "Tell us what you want done, and we'll do it!" says C. R. Bronson, head of the corporation. This is not ' a contract yard. Bronson's work through local contractors ;and supply the materials for work^to be'done. i C. R. Bronson started in the lumber business in Waterloo in 1935, at that time just a young man whose job was unloading cement. It was then he decided to someday have a yard of his own. Twenty-three years later, after moving around ihe state in ihe lumber business, thai dream came true when ihe ground was broken for Bronson Building Service in July, 1953. An interesting feature here Is ihe annual Builde :'s Clinic held right on the grounds. This is one day set aside just for answering questions aboui bu hiding problems. Contractors and factory representatives are here for ihis purpose. Brcnson's lake a genuine interest in each customer end make their friendly courteous efficiency a major part of iheir business. If you are planning t3 build soon, contact Bronson Building Service in Algona. ' ' . • YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Meet Joe Miller Of RFD Burt Jos M : l)~r, Jh's wsek's Conn'ry Nsighbor, is a lifelong resident of Kossuth county, who for the pasl eighl years has farmed 160 acres four miles north of Algona. Mr Miller, son of the late Mr and Mrs George Miller, • was born and raised and began farming al Bancroft. His farming practice down through the years has been varied. Ke has always raised hogs and for several years raised cattle, but switched from the latter to sheep four years 330, < | Joe m?rkets from 120 to 150 head of sheep and from 150 to 200 head of hogs each year. He believes in crossbred hogs due to the fact they withstand disease betier and seem to be healthier than purebreds. Besides livestock, Mr Miller has 60 acres of corn, 25 acres of oats, 10 acres of bears and 45 acres of hay and pasture ihis year. He also does a large amount of custom baling and combining all over this area. Mrs Miller is the former Lois Weber, daughter of ihe Dave Webers of Lone Rock. She operates a used clothing store on ihe farm. Married Dec. 3, 1945, the Millers have four children, Tom, 13, Jeanette," 11, Mary, 9, all studenis at Si. Cecelia's Academy here, and Judy, seven months old. * Lois has three brothers, including Donald, Bancroft, David, a freshman at Waldorf, Forest City, and Robert. Seniral high school student. Mr Miller also has three brothers living in this area. They are Maurice, Algona, Clarence, Bancroft, and Cyril, Ledyard. When asked which was his favorite crop, Mr Miller named corn, which seems to hold favor among most farmers in this area. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving). ^niiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiyiii^ | Robinson Construction Co. 1 | Sipux Steel Buildings I Building Construction WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR £ ss 3 Snyder Refrigeration & f Air Conditioning.Service | "Quality In Service" |f 24 Hour Service 333 South Sample s PHONE CV rf-2702 Algona 'm Carrie Carrier Trane. Mark iV Frigiking Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT We Aim io Pleat* Near MUwauka* Dopol - Algoha Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of H*"dware • Houseware* • Tools • Bldg. Supplies Phone CY 4-4630 ALGONA Algona Flour & Feed Complete Service For the Farmei 3 = • Fertilize - =3 • New Holland § Bnlor* |3 3, • Ferguion n Traclora s Phone CY 4-2701 1 Algona . f| 'WHIIIHIUIIIIIUIIIIIUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIMi^ Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papee New Idea Farm Machinery • Salei • Sarvlc* , • Friendly k Courleoui Alwayi N. Main Si. Phone CY 4-3451 Beecher Lane Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You? In TELCTIMON la APPLIANCES BU . SIOUX For sise, strength, long lift and ease of building, .insist on ' — SIOUX + Another advance- m»nt in easier ! farming. E. E. Robinson lUUIIWIIIUIIIIIIHIIIIUIlM ^5 Taylor Implement Co. | and Taylor MERCURY | Fin* Car* W4 • full line ol ^Urm (OA3 t, I. Case-Mercwiy Kewanec Pkwne CY 4-2MT Algon*

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