The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1960 · Page 6
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6-Algona (fa.) Upper D«i MeltiM Tuesday, Nov, 8, 1960 1 •. t I Mrs Wibben, 84 Mrs Glaus Wibben was enter- tabled in her home at Ti tonka Oct. 30 in honor of her 84th birthday. Present .were Mr and Mrs Herman Willrett, Britt, Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett, Algona, Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben, Algona, Mr and Mrs Don Saliger and Sort, Clear Lake, Albert Wibben, Jim t and" Ellen, Ledyard, Mr. arid : ,Mrs Rudy Willrett and DUaiie, Burt, Mr and Mrs Louis Price and family, Lakota, Shirley Surid.e, Lakota, Edwin Wibben, Mr and Mrs John Wibben and son, Elmore, Mr and Mrs Ernie Haack, Livermore, Mr and Mrs G. B. Wibben, Whitlemore, Mr and Mrs L. J. Smith, Alameda, Cal. and Mr and Mrs Buster Countryman, Lakota. Mr and Mrs Fred ; Willrett and Deanne, Britt, were callers Friday. At Birthday Party Mrs Bernice Besch, grandsons Dick and David Besch and Mrs Newton Hieter attended the birthday party Saturday afternoon at West Bendfor Gary Mc- CuUough, 12, 'iM of MK' and Mrs Marvin McCullSUgTO The honoree is a .grandson of Mrs Besch. Family Dinner A family potluck dinner was held Sunday at Mrs William Gustin's iri honor of the father Albert Timmer, 76, who makes his home with her. Other guests were - Mr, and Mrs Joe Abbas, Judy, Albert T.immer Jr., Ackley, Mr find Mrs Fred Timmer and Rachael, Iowa Falls, Mr and Mrs Ed Frerichs, Carla and Gary, Steamboat Rock, and Mr and Mrs Harvey Isebrarid, Kenneth James and Deborah Lynn, ^Titonka. Dinner Guesls / Mr and Mrs J. D. Burns had as dinner guests Wednesday the former's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Joe Orige'r, and the brothers and. sisters-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bernard Burns and Mr and Mrs Edwin Burns, Estherville. : Auxiliary To Meet Kossuth County Auxiliary meeting will be held in the Legion hall at Lone Rock, Wed., Nov. 9, at 2 p.m. District president, Mrs Robert Croker will be guest speaker. . IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 I COULD JUST TEAR MY HAIR OUT I I forgot to order SOLAR STEEL combination windows and doors from .... III NO VANS CY 4-2202 SPECIALTY SHOP Algona last Week and my wife's freezing at home! DIAMOND'S JACKETS FOR MEN ... and BOYS & GIRLS BOYS' OR GIRLS' Washable - Reversible JACKETS Sizes 6 to 18 $2" MEN'S WASHABLE LINED JACKET $4^5 BOYS' OR GIRLS' Tip - Off Hood Machine Washable PARKAS 5 Colors. Si?es 4 to 20 $1 DOWN HOLDS $^99 DIAMOND'S JACKET HEA09UABTIRS OF NORTHWEST IOWA •w THESE. WOMEN.!/ ,* LuVerne By Mfs. fem . AND IF YOU DON'T STOP HOLLERING AT ME, I'LL QUIT at 4^0 instead of 5 ..." Circle Meetings , Circles of W.S.C.S. met Nqv. 1. Circle 1, with Mrs C.-O. Me- 1 Clellan. Mrs Otto-Wille Was a- guest. *' i Circle 2 with Mrs C. W.vSjua^ trom. Plan's for annual Christ^ mas party, Dec. 14. with' Mrs W. Raymond Legler made %ith the committee, Mrs Percy .Brink and, Mrs Clarence Krause. , . , Circle 3, With Mrs Jess Jefgen- sen, assisting Mrs Irwin Jergensen. Mrs J. O. Cox was a guest and welcomed as a now number. The Evening Star Circle, With Mrs Roland Walline, Nov. 3. Mrs\ Gerald Ramus was a guest. Each circle made plans for- the cash Bazaar Tea to be held Nov. 16. , Mr and Mrs William Heinlcel have concluded a weeks visit with his brother, Mr. and . Mrs Charles Heinkel, and family and returned Monday to ^heir home at Girard, 111. Mrs Bacon, 86 Mrs Cora Bacon was given a surprise, dinner Sunday honoring her eighty-sixth birthday by members of her family. In at- ;endance were Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl, Ottosen, Mr and, Mrs F. A. Hohenstein, Amboy, Minn., and Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson. luild To Meet St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet Nov. 17. Hostesses will be Joan Chrischilles and Harriet ,ynch. A bake sale, bazaar and unch have been planned for Saturday, Dec. 3. M-D Club Meets The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. ,10 at 2:30 with Deanne Gerber* assisted by Bernice Walker. Farm Bureau To Have Delegate At State Fete Kossuth County Farm Bureau will be represented in the policy making sessions of the state Farm 3ureau Convention in Des Moines Nov. 14-16 by its voting delegate, Harry Naffziger of LuVerne. Naffziger will be on hand to discuss and vote on policy adopted by the state,organization. • This is the final stage in the development of State Farm Bureau policy while national policy will be adopted at the national convention in Denver in December. County Farm Bureau members adopted county resolutions at the annual meeting Oct. 24, 1960. The county resolutions adopted represented the majority thinking of the members who completed resolutions opinionnaires at township and host family meetings. Burt lady Is Hospitalized After Crash Burt — Mrs Frank Ryerson is a patient at St. Ann hospital as the result of a two car collision a half mile east o£ Burt on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Cars driven by Mrs Ryerson and David Rasmussen met head-on about 100 feet west of the half mile corner east of Burt. Mrs Hyerson had just turned the corner on her way to a dinner lit the church and had not yet gotten into her lane of traffic. Rasmussen slammed on his brakes, in an effort to avoid the crash and in so cloing his wheels locked, causing his car to turn & the right front end of his car rushed into the left front of the Ryerson car. Rasmussen was lirown from his car but suffered nly slight bruises and shock. Mrs Ryerson suffered fractured left knee and other jruist's. She was taken by am- nilance to St. Ann where she is cceiving medical care. Approximately $500 damages esulted to each car. Patrolman Jharles Bird and Marshall Walt Steward investigated. „ ' * •*< L l ' I Mrs William d&etseli drove tb Sioux City Friday'ahd. theirf daifghtei? .Sdnja friend Kbsehiary itfSStf, ' the Alvin Webe'ri and'Carl gwansdns; .They ,are ail sttldentr at : MornIn£sldd Cdllege. Program Slated Firiday •'A- parade 'and"' 1 short program, featuring,- a talk by '.Mayor C. C, Shlerk, >will ,faV held/irt 'Algona Thursday -J. Veteran's Day. • ,The parade wlll'be-hiade up 6f the , Garrigan and Algona high school bands and members of the Legion,"' V.F.W. , and ..National Guard; unit 'from Algona. It will begin, at the high school, ' travel up State street to the -corner of Dodge, 'and State streets, for the program, then return to j; the point of origination. The two local banks and the courthouse will be closed all day, while most other Algona stores will be. closed from 11 aa.m. until noonl Of fcbal nts ahd pledges in Al* 'Urtlte'd Fund, drive hate .,98% ..of,,the gew^accotdj ' ' n. «„,„„« 6f people who were out of'toWr) du'rin^ the Sol* icitatlcn uftdoubtedty v?ant to iartleibatti ifi this organi'siation of tivers; artd--if;they will ?end or brffig'tmVtn'e-ifl, copttibutibfls and tlgdges, the dMVe,shbuldjb pVer th6 top, accdrding t6 -fiartlett. Such, pedple are urged /to .bring or-.send their ' contributions in care- of Foster's Furniture store. Checks may he made, to ynited Fund of Algond. Honor Hardware Men 'WWliemors -?.3' M.'Fleming, who has owned and operated the Fleming Hardware Store in Whittemore for the past 46 years, 1 has been'selected to receive the Est<wing Gold Hammer Aw,ard for having served the hardware in* dUfetry for a half cen,tury or more. This award, sponsored by the Estwing Mfg. ,Co., Rockfqrd, HI., is a genuine , Estwing forged one piece and leather gripped'' unbreakable hammer finished- in 14 karat gold, and is attached to a beautiful grained plaque. Ali-SeKael flay AMI^^M „, ^ - p.m..¥he,production l* a; • • three-act comedy. •• Remember' when you used to' tie to bed with the'curfew? Today 'they Just blow it to Wake. Legal Notice > APPLltfATIONf OR PTIOtf OR -V ARIA MCI! FROM THE ZOtfltfG OR. DlNANCfi, „ : ,, ;, * ' , ' Public- (notice is hereby given that the application of. Phillip Diamond, Whose address as 201S. Main, for ,a- Variance <frofri the. Zoning Ordinance to permit 'the construction of. a unattached garage closer than the required setback has been, scheduled for hearing before, the'Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa on the 15th' day of November, 1960 at 9:00 A.M. at the City Hail in Algona, la. The applicant •and any other interested; parties wishing to be heard are requested to be present at that time. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT • By: W. F. Steel.e, Chairman Security State Has A Shift Of Ownership Sale of a controlling slock , interest in the Security State Bank of Algona to Dale Auld ahd associates was disclosed . last" week. Actual transfer of the bank operation will not take place until the first of the year. C. B. Murlagh remains as president, and all present employees are retained. Dale Auld, with 25 years of banking experience, will come to Algona from La Porte City as a permanent resident after the first of the year, with his family to move here after school is out next spring. Further details will be an-*"* nounced after Jan. 1 Ronald Linde Is Honored, Ames Ronald Linde of Swea City was, one of 13 high school senior ho-j nor guests aj, the all Ag Banquet at Iowa State University, Ames, November 3. Ronald was accompanied by his parents, Mr; and Mrs Roger'Linde and Robert C. Johnson,--county extension associate. •••'.'"•• , '"•>" '': % •' V The banquet is sponsored by the Ag Council of Iowa State University. Ronald was honored for his outstanding 4-H! -club work, leadership,' scholastic ability and community activities. "Dramatic changes in agricul- ture'have created a greater need for traind farm leaders," according to Earl Butz, Dean of Agriculture at Purdue University and gue^t speaker at the banquet. He went,on to say "Wee need leadership in agriculture and ,we need it in government., A scientific agriculture is basic to the welfare of the United States. It is the very foundation of the high living standard we enjoy in America." Over 550 students and guests interested in agriculture attended the banquet. Algona Man Is IBM Graduate; Goes To U. of I. Fund Growing A fund for the remaining members of the Edwin Berggren fam- ly of Swea City, which was started with contributions in that jreu following the death of Mrs Berggren and her daughter, Jill, 7, in a two-car auto mishap in Oct., now totals $574, according to latest reports. Mr Berggren, who underwent surgical- treatment in a Rochester, Minn, hospital recently, and two other children were injured in the crash. A i'und for the family has also been started at Armstrong. Sponsor Gasarama Six Algona firms, including North Central Public Serv. Co. Gambles, Thermogas Co. of Algona, Beecher Lane Appliance North Iowa Appliance and Coast- To-Coast store, will sponsor a Gasarama in the .V.F.W. hall here Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 16 beginning at 2 p.m. All- of the latest gas appliances will be dem onstrated and many prizes, in eluding a new gas range, will b drawn for. Complete details wil be found in a large ad in today' UDM. Robert Hutchins of Algona has completed the IBM Control Panel , Wiring and Machine Opera- ion course at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. He received his IBM Opera,ors and Wiring Diploma. Bob graduated from Algona High School in 1959 and attended Northwest Missouri State College for one year. After completion of the Automation course here, he accepted a position with the State University of Iowa, where he now is employed with Iowa Testing Programs at their computer center in Iowa City. Bob is the son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins of Algona. (UDM Engraving). Women like to look into a mirror, except when pulling away from a parking place. WORLD'S FIRST Smith-Corona ELECTRIC PORTABLE " " ' ' '"• ..V I ' . New POWER-TYPING with Portable CenvmfMC* Handsome Carrying Case Included Ele«trlc power doe» th« NoW Only work. You jujt float your fingers oyer the keys. Easy, y effortless, and each char- • ' octer prints with the same sharp uniformity. 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