The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1960 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1960
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i-Algantf (la.) Uppir DM Molrtei fttttday, Ndv. 1, 'Hospitalized After Stroke Wesley — Mrs Mary Glawe 8?, was taken from the Roy Clark -home in Britt to the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt last week following a stroke, She has 2 sons Elmer and George and 2 daughters, Mrs August and Mrs Herman Studer who live in the •Wesley area. Granddaughter Mrs Justine Becker reports hew granddaughter, Julia Ann born October 11 to Mr and Mrs (Rosemary) Allen Vaske of Elmore. Mrs Becker spent several days in their home last week. Al Naval Air Base Erwin Martin, son of Mr anc Mrs Reese Martin and Larry Flaherty, son of the Paul Fla- hertys are stationed at the naval base in San Diego, California. They recently enlisted. £lan Home Remodeling Dean Rickes recently purchas- fcd a lot from L. .'fc^Winger just east of the Wingert home and moved onto it the old house "which they had .brought ' from Lou Lickteigs. The house will be remodeled into a ranch-type house. Rickes now live in the Victor ; Loebig which • the latter bought from Ed Hynes. - Mr and. Mrs-Roland Schmidt and family of 'Garner arid /Mrs Irwin Wiltgens > and > family of Algona were • Sunday .afternoon and evening guests in'.the; parental, L. S. KoBpen-home. ' ; • Mr and- Mrs.Don 'McElroy'of Ash ton were October 16th week? end guests of the N. F. Webers. Mr .McElroy is a brother of Mrs Weber.- ' >•: ...M: v-fv,:.' •. - • Mrs Andrew Reising had major surgery "at Mercy; hospital, Mason ,City, Wednesday; 'Oct. 19. Scott (Davis .of: Ottumwa came Saturdayj'tcf,:visit his sister, Mrs -Chloie Simpson and .her family. Teen-age readers will be: glad to : know that) recently tliere: wer.e 20 (new 'young folks books: added to'the community' library: t-r i Mrs'Florence Jordan -of Dow City spent!this week at the home of 1 her Son: Charles* Jordan and family. • •< • . '-< :.' , : •< • • ~- * • -. Orville Smith taken by Ambui- lance ! to 'the Britt) hospital early Sunday morning.' »' i • . i ; Mr and'Mrs iH. E. Hemmingsen • attended funeral' Services in Belmond Tuesday, : October 18 for H. O. Stockseth, 89. The deceased was the grandfather •'• of; Irwin Rosheim, a son-in-law :of Mp and Mrs Hemmingsen; •* " -.', ••', Mrs Charles-Nygaard 'and Mrs Joe Skow were" hostesses 'to» 2 groups of women Friday at coffee parties honoring Mrs-C. C. Inman of Bancroft," who is'run- ning for State Representative. The 'morning group met with Mrs Nygaard and the afternoon open house was held in the Skow home. ' Mrs Jack Hansen and son Michael of Des Moines spent the weekend in the Ray Hansen home. i Mrs John Hipghes spent several days over the (weekend with her mother and other relatives in Chicago. i Mr and Mrsj John Lickteig, Mr and Mrs Urban Lickteig and family and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Forburger and: family visited the Urban Lickteig, daughter Janice, at Presentation Academy in Dubuque, and also Janet Goetz, a student there. They also visited the John Lickteig, daughter Shirley and her family, the Frank Hanleys in Dubuqu?. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen spent October 21 and 22 in Sioux City attending the fall ceremonials at Abu Baker shrine. Enroute home they visited his 4 brothers, and their families at Newell. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and Chris attended the homecoming game at Ames Saturday October 15. Mr and Mrs Charles Wier attended a Buttermaker meeting in Mason City several days over the weekend. Weekend guests in the Alt Studer home were her grandson and granddaughter, Dennis and Susie Studer, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Studer and their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs C. G. Norman, all of Des Moines. Young folks home for the Oct. 23 weekend included Julia Nygaard and Ruth Wise of Des Moines, Gloria Wise of Jesup, Merle Giddings of Charles City, Jim Raney of Mason City and Donna Bleich of Cedar Falls. f* * t. * "a "* * * ' Parents - Teacher Meetings Here Nov. 1-2 More than mothers and fathers of elementary students, kindergarten throu'gh sixth grade, }n the Algona , Community School District have attended home room meetings at local schools during the past month, according to Supt. O. H. Laing. Various mutual problems *f-pat* ent and teacher Wefe, discussed, ' Tfie next fdfmal' cOntijeV <ol parents and, school will ba^Tues/ day and Wednesday, Noy/ i-2, when 'parent-teacher conferenees are slated. Classes, grades one through eight, will be dismissed each afternoon so teachers and parents can discuss progress of students. These conferences r supplement the regular report cards. Kindergartens will be dismissed oil day Nov. 1-2 due to the'fact there are, twice as many patents as in other elementary rooms. METAL "NO HUNTING" felGlSfS available at Upper Des Moines Is cooperating With' 11,006 Lions Clubs the United States in the gMtls'i nationwide effort,to obtain''10B voters in the Nations' -.' According to local _. dent, Dale Loekwood,!the?Hurt club plans a ''Vote" cifl which will open here 6h „ A group of high school stud' ents, are Co,operatin_,,;,with44he. Lions to get out thev v'dterr'fn >' ' V »-{• year's election} T!K#, Will v furnish tfranspbrtatlbtt 'ttt ttftH from the.polls for: anyone desiring it. * . * '-"* Seven Local v Students Attend Ames Convention Seven student 'co'ftnell bers from Algona 3 high tended thd State Cottventidfi'. ol the Iowa Association of SiUderif Councils at Ames Oct. 17.'They were Bill Bourne, Lynn Kueck> Carolyn Plott, Sand! GoWpfefcented ft nfr flte \' Texas',and Louisiana are the' leadihg sulphur producing states" WlllidmLeyOf iyMa Ntirafd*i College Trustee * William D, Ley"/Dakota »...- deafef, has 1 been appointed' to the Vista Callege board of Announcement Of the? was made during 'the weekeHd by Eaul W.<Dlxon, chairman of the board ,L J ey f 'president of the Lak'ota board, who 'has been In ' the. 1 'auto business 1 since. 163?' at Lakota, 'is, a'member of the 'col dren.' ied and' Hai four n County Wool $34,012 County | Wool ;|rowers F mar* of y0ary * "atfd^ . 3636, Bronson Building Service ^_ [4\^ouTi'Llke.Usi'r... • '.: •' V .::,. y.ri"i^^^ ; -.-4*l IdJ^J j^ $ i " : } MIIJL,'WOHK Builder*' Hardware Tools < SlOUXiTanks 8e Cribs ; - fH'-VFlfiV'W 1 John Deere' FdVm Machinery a. . . f f * r r"" * Both Qualify And Service i i; Store Located On .Diagonal-Street On CNW Tracks. iPhoneiCY 4-3561 'Algona MlillllllHIIIIUIIWBIU nt Co. Your' Friendly/ Internatlorial HarrMter Dealer FARM EOUIPMENT ' '-. MOTOR TRUCKS Sale* 8c' Service D H Business Changes Ledyard —Two business chan ges took place the past week in Ledyard. Robert Hamilton who has been working at the Farmers Elevator took over the pool hall from his uncle Julius Lentsch. Mr and Mrs Robert Sennefelder opened the cafe which has closed for some months. There are 40 farms within the bounds of the District of Columbia. Phone CY 4-3501 /Algona Algona Refrigeration REFRIGERATION - TELEVISION PHUCO jlrons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" QM ox ou PUIBJH Compl»t« Phon, CV 4-»64» GOOD NEIGHBORS KNOW NEIHBR YOU ALGOA Joe Bradley Equipment Soulh^Holel Algona In Service'-i ,t *4', V 333 Soulh Sample , - » Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires AUl*-Cbalm*n Of*C Truck* Tint . .. . ,.... .• ,. illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllli iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ Kelley Lumber Co. Seventeen lyears ago the International Harvester dealership in'Algbna liecame'the :; property of two brothers,. Walt and Deb Hall. , . , In the intervening time; 4hd? Hall Brothers, doing business'as ALGONA IMPLEMENT'CO., 11 hayd come to know a wide range ti? friends and 'customers, and have seen their biisiriesi expand' into a modern concrete block. c siruciure with .plenty of private parking & room for used machinery rlghf at the front door or side door fu you migW, say ti r , .., ; - A ^ ' '<n t i ( -.t-u-j ' <»- v;! '' ' f ' r The brothers oame to Algona in March ; of 1943/and' look' over the IHC IbcWidn 'then j at'S^ate and Jones. In October of 1947 they moved to their 'firie' new home on Commercial Street, where their shop room is the finest and most ample in this area. . ' As every farmer knowsi ability to get parts is a ?mu«t", and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT parts department, with Glenn Snider and Earl Cooper behind, lhe,,counter. is one of the largest in Northern Iowa. ' •••--. .'••. : : •'. --r.i' *. - ' ' ' ,; '•'"•'• ('••:••••'•':• ! ••••'/."V-: :•: ('-'»'• <' '• - '•'" ••'•*:"*-.'! '"••' T ; - • •• . i .. ...... ;^-;.< ••>;;;•: ;- i i •. ' ;.'• . •: ' ' v ;••>';. \ ; .•;•'• - 'I • ': •; .i » F. .'V .I.''-, i, ••. -; "Service IS Our Most'important; Product" l^in^ |^logan of ;tne?AL(3pl^A IMPLEMENT.- which handles not: only the International line but al«o suppieinenial equipment lines as well as power lawn mowers, boat motors, and lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. .The Hall Brothers and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT crew, in vite you to ^lop in — anytime! Cullen Hardware YOUR COUNTRY . Phone CY4-.4630 Meet Bob Buscher Of Algona WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Bob BuBcher, a member of one of the largest families in the. area, is this week's Country Neighbor. Although a native of Humboldt county, where he was born, Bob has farmed southwest of Algona for 18 years, including the past 13 years on his present place four miles west of town on McGregor street road. , ' Mr Buscher farms with > his father, Joe. The elder Buschers live just west of town. Bob has 188 acres of his own. which this year include 80 acres of corn, 50 acres of beans. 35 acres of oats and 20 acres of hay. He raises market pigs, about 250 each year, and sheep. He. just got into the sheep game a year ago. and will market 84 lambs, Bob's favorite farm job used to be feeding cattle for market, but price became a big factor so he got out of it .Jwo years ago. He usually marketed about 50 head and still favors raising livestock to grain.. Bob was educated at GUmore City and St. Cecelia's Academy- Algona. He began farming before he completed his education and has been at it ever since, Jeanette Kuni, a Curlew "girl, and Bob were married Aug. 5, 1946 at Mallard and they have four children, including Linda, 12, seventh grader at St. Cecelia's. Michael, 10, Becky Joe, 8, third grader at Bryant, and Jerry Lee. 3, who gives monva rough lime at home. Bob also has nine brothers and thre* sisters. They are Gilbert. Jim. Dick, Hon. Tom, Larry and Jeannealte (M*f Jim MdEnroe), all of Algona! John, Iowa falls, Raymond. New Hampton, Mary Jo (Mrs Morlin S,twder),«W«jley. and Catherine (Ml* Ed Reeves). Manhattan, Kans. . .-"»• Like practically all other farmer* in this area, the Buscher* have been, busy during recent days picking corn. (UDM P9l*roid photorEngraving), . IIMUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIdllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIH Algona Flour & Feed Corn^le^p Service For the parmei Buscher Brothers Iriipl, Minneapolis Molina - Kally-Ryan - Papw tyew Ideq Farm Machinery t Strrto* ,* FrUndlr * CourUoui Alwayt Mt|n 81, l»>»nt CV 4-MH Beecher Lone Appliances •Wh»r» Th« FAMOUS NAMES Gr«M ipuipuiiii | Robinson Construction Co. 5ioux Steel Building* Building Con*trvctien For site, »trengJh, - a^ SIOUX of building, on Another advance. men* jn farming. I Qu m Taylor Implement Co, and Taylor MERCURY

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