The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1960
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Fti., - Nov. 25 Frank Buhr Th« Ramblers Sat., - Nov. 26 Bob White & Orch. Sheffield Fireman's Partial Reservations & Advanced Admissions Available For New Years Eve - Save , Sl.tiO Per Couple Henry Charles & Orch. Plfis New Years Favors Tues., - Nov. 29 Mason City Policeman's Ball Jules Merman And His Orchestra PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa Thursday, Nov. 24 THANKSGIVING DANCE Don Hoy SUNDAY, NOV. 27 Marv Reedstrom No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.l at 8:30 "Super-NT 2-Algona (Id.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 STOP FREEZING this heal goes anywhere I V. ___ . ; Just flip the switch onRnlpeoN •."Super-70" portable heater and •you get enough forced heat to 'warm a shed, workshop, or »*spot heat" an outside area, pfdii keep warm on the coldest •.winter days. Weighs only 45 *lbs. so you can carry it any* "where; runs oh kerosene or No. •1 fuel oil; plugs in any 115 volt "AC outlet No vent needed. Th* ..larger F125, on wheels, work* k just as easy but puts out man Stop in soon for r BUSCHER BROS. : IMPLEMENT lj>15 N, Main Algona We're pleased to announce the appointment of: A¥ SALES REPRESENTATIVE » IN THE ALGONA AREA I^r. Moen Mas cmripleted ihlensit* sales training to qualify as a f( ^derated Representative on bolh bwsinetis and p^rsdrkar lines'. You will' Hnd hitn excipnonallv well gttklifted to handle insurance for bi tbumt, floniti car and life. Call ttJPY, 4-«95.v or write P, O, 337, Algona, la. Portland Girls 4 H Club Has Award Night Portland — The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H held their awaf'd niRht Nov. 7 at Titonka high school together with the Buffalo Boosters 4-H. Six Portland Penny Girl 4-H'ers-received completion seals for the year. They Wf're: Janice Larson. Catherine Trunkhill, Nancy Becker, Dianr Moore, Anita Moore, Diane Miller tiid Grace McKim. Janet Lanipe got a six year, seal. Grace McKim received a blue ribbon .,ncl plaque for having the best IOMK time record bonk in the county. Her record book went to slate. Miss McKiiv also received a reading award. The Portland Pennies hf>ld a style show for their part of the entertainment, each girl modeling a hat she had made. The club president gave a report on the activities of the year. The club also received a seal and certificate for having a standard club. Lunch was served to the group by the clubs at the close of the meeting. Elect Officers The Portland Progress Club met Nov. 17 at the home of Mrs Axel Carlscn with Mrs Howard Sparks and Mrs A. L. Rasmussen assistant hostesses. Mrs Frank Johnson and Mrs Raymond Carlson were guests. Members attending the meeting were Mcsdames Lawrence Govern, Virtjil Schrader, S. R. Parsons, Elizabeth Kennedy, Tony Jandl, Ray Fitch, Robert Wood, Clifford -Young, Howard Sparks, A. L. Rasmussen, Harold Becker, Goodwyn Bergerud, Tom Trc- nary, Glen Zwiefcl. Ben Lampc, .co Arndorfer, Victor Fitch and Axel Carlson. Mrs Leo Arndorfer s a new member of the club. The club held election of officers. Mrs Victor Fitch and Mrs Virgil Schrader held over as ^resident and vice president. Mrs Howard Sparks w a s elected secretary and Mrs Glen Zwiefcl reasurer. A Christmas party was plan- tcd. A one o'clock luncheon will held Friday afternoon. Dec. 9 at the home of Mrs Virgil Schrader. Each member will bring,, candy or fruit cake fpribmMunclie'on/ The meeting was turned over to Mrs Lawrence Govern and Mrs . Virgil Schrader. who gave the lesson. The Gary Olson Family moved Nov. 1 from a tenant house on the Ray McWhorter farm to a house in Burt. Mrs Ed Smith, Mrs Harold Presthus, Mrs P. W. M.arlow, Mrs Robert Devinc, Mrs Donald Weber, Mrs Henry Smith, Mrs Clifford Young, Mrs Lawrence Prcslhus and Mrs Victor Fitch attended a party Monday afternoon in the homo of Mrs Jay Steven. Mr and Bernard Mcister went to Carroll Sunday to visit Mr Mcister's lather, who has been seriously ill. Joseph Koppt-n was taken to the hospital at Eslhcrvillo Saturday evening. Ho is feeling some better at this time. It is not known when he will be able to return homo. Mr and Mrs Jay Steven and Jean were Sunday dinner guests at the Milton Steven home. Mr and Mrs Roger Schmidt and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the Billy Christensen home. Mr and Mrs Cletus Zwiefel and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Jake Smith home. Mr and Mrs Billy Christonson and Debbie and Mrs Harry Christensen of Algona went to Fort Dodge Friday where they visited an aunt of Mrs Harry Ciiristen.sciiH. •'No man's opinion is entirely worthless, Even a watch Unit won't run is right twice a day." Bride-To»Be Honored With Seneca Shower Seneca—Miss Cynthia Thompson of Lakota, whose marriage to Gail Kauffman will be solemnize d Friday. November 25, at the Shiloh Lutheran Church at Elmore, Minn., was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the Seneca School. Corsu(;cs were presented to the honored guest, her mother, Mrs Earl Thompson, her sister, Mrs Lf Roy Richardson of Ledyai'd. and her grandmother, Mrs John Simmons of Buffalo Center; also Mrs Russcl Kauffman, t h e groom's mother, und his grandmother, Mrs S; J. Christensen of Q rue {ringer. Mrs Henry Looft announced the program which consisted of an accordian solo by Keiieu V.qt- teler, a skit presented , by Mrs Ruaer Osborn and Mrs Jerry Crouch, and a vyeuj. solo, by R«n- iu>e Votteler. Mrs Lgcft concluded the program with a ponjn of good wishes after which she-presented Mi'b Roger Osborn \vlio introduced the. honored guest to the assembled group. She was then invited to opeh her gifts assisted by her sisters, Le Hoy Richardson and Janice Thompson, and Mrs Larry Swen.son and Mrs Roger Osborn. Guests from a distance in attendance in addition to those named included Mrs Claude Hansen and Mrs Dale Christon-son both of Graottinger. aunts of the groom; also Mrs Virgil Moore of Uolliver, Mrs Bruce Hill of Titonka, Mrs James Foarde of Fairmont, .and Mrs Jerry Jacobs, Armstrong. Hostesses included Mrs Henrietta Thompson. Mrs Fred Johannesen. Mrs Lewis Breese. Mrs Olat Oftedahl. Mrs Charles Osborn, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Albert Johnson. Mrs Verl Smith, Mrs Carl Nielsen, Mrs Howard Preston, Mrs Herman Gabel, Mrs C'assie Klocko, Mrs Laurence Hanlelman, Mrs Gordon Garrison, Mrs Raymond Gardner. Mrs Elmer Hannisch, Mrs Leo Crowley, Mrs Clarence Men/-., Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Laurence Johannesen and Mrs Henry Looft. Algonon Bound OverOnOMVI An Algoha man, George Gade, was bound over to district court following a preliminary hearing on a charge of OMVI in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court last week. Appearance bond in the matter was set at $500. Gade was arrested by Patrolman D. W. Homan, Humboldt, on highway 169 at the south edge of Algona. Doyle Johnson, Algona, was fined on two counts following a hearing. Johnson's arrest followed an altercation in a local tavern. He was fined £25 and costs for assault and battery and $25 and costs for intoxication by the mayor. Here are other cases heard by Shierk: James Burns, Kanawha, $6, careless driving, Ronald Johnson, Oakland, Cal., 10 days (suspended), vagrancy, Maurice Flaig, Lone Rock, $12, speeding, Kenneth Flaig, Lone Rock, $25, speeding, George Lichter Algona, $25, intoxication, Charles Olson, Des Moines, $5, stop sign, Colette Schneider, Algona, $5, stop sign. Richard Shinefield, Fort Dodge, $7, speeding, Bernard Tigges, Lone Rock, $15, speeding, Robert Gates, Fort Dodge, $10 night speeding Roger Ferris, Algona, $10, stop sign, Philip Kacmarynski, West Bend, $10, speeding, and Chris Reefer, Algona. 10 days (suspended),... y. a :&r a'n&y. Costs were paid in addition to fines.' - . . Auio Possession Asked By Local Dealer In Court One new case was filed in district court here 'during the week. Percival Motors of Algona asks immediate possession of a used auto from Woodrow M. Nelson. A petition, asking reple- vin bond of $200 was also filed by the firm. Possession of the auto is asked due to default of payment. ...... •Lois L. Waldcra was awarded a supplemental decree so that child support payments from Richard J. Waldera would be continued in district court. The decision of the court awards $33 monthly to the woman for support of a minor child, with payments to continue until the child is 18. If you low the others. wish to advice be perfect, fol- that you give Bill Berkland Honored With Iowa State Unit Fenton — Bill Berkland, son of Mr and Mrs Reuben Berkland of Fenton, was recently initiated into Alpha Zctd, scholastic and honorary service fraternity for upper- class men in agriculture, at Iowa State University. Men were chosen on the basis of high scholarship, leadership, and service in the field of agriculture. Twentysix were initiated. George Thatcher, son of Mr and Mrs George Thatcher of West Bend, was one of the 26 also. Rites Nov. 17 For Algona Woman, 93 Funeral services for Mrs Elizabeth Koppen, 93, Algona resident since 1909, were held Thursday morning in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church here. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated and burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Koppen died Tuesday Nov. 15, at St. Ann Hospital. She was born May 24, 1807, at Cassville. .Wis., to Otto and Yundus Miller Esscr. She was married to Jacob Koppen in 1885 and the couple came to Kossuth County shortly afterward. They farmed near Algonn for many years. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs Clove (Connie) Rice, Des Moines; Mrs Charles (Lily) McDonald, Waterloo: s\x sons, Peter and Otto, Lakota; Joseph Burt; Frank Algona; MichaeL Whittemore; Lawrence, Wesley; a sister, Mrs Lena Krcbsbach, Whittemore: 17 grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Serving as pallbearers were John Zeller, Arthur Glaser, Matt Bormann, Lando Mishak. Charles Bi-ringer and Leroy Stoffel. Mrs P. J. Heikcn Died, Nov. 12, In Wittier, Calif, i Friends in the area received word Sunday, Nov. 13, of the death of Mrs P. J. Heiken of Whittier, Calif. Mrs Heiken was in her 70's and died quite suddenly, Saturday, Nov. 12. The Heikens were former Swea City and Fairmont residents. He served as a county supervisor and they owned property in the Swea City area, the farm where the Lyle Krumweiries live. Funeral services for Mrs Heiken were the IGlh at Whittier with burial there. Mrs Heiken is survived by her husband and one son Morris of Whittier. Refresher Course Lcona Macumber attended a Red Cross home nursing refresher course in Mason City Nov. 1(5 and will teach a home nursing class to members of the Wesley Homemaker's Club in January. Betty Streit, formerly from AU gona now Iowa Nursing Field Representative for the Red Cross in St. Louis, Mo., was the instructor. •••••••••••••••••••a ••••••••••••••••• AIM FOR TOP O'THE MARKET Feed Winner 36% Beef Supplement with stable VITAMIN A for fast gains Don't gamblel You can't depend on grain and roughage as sources of vitamin A. Vitamin A deficiency is robbing many cattle feeders of profit. 'TRUE, STABLE Vitamin A in^ Winner 36% Beef Supplement * guards against night blindness, swollen joints and slow gains — common symptoms of vitamin A deficiency. Winner 36% Beef Supplement afib contains proteins, minerals, cane me lasses and other vital factors for well-balanced feeding . . . better feed conversion. * Order Winner 36% Beef Supplement today. Available With or without diethylstilbesfrol. '•Contains 10,000 U.S.P. units of stable vitamin A per Ib. Clover Leaf Hatchery Dfyrsiofi of Davenport Elevator Co. Algona, Iowa Auxiliary Unit AtOllosenls 4 Over Quota Ottcsen — The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday' i-veiling with Mrs Bernard Streit, fourteen, members responded to roll call. Mrs Olvin Hang became ti new member, giving the unit four members above their quota. llehabilitation chairman, Mrs Mike C'oyle reported she had sent a birhday gift to one of the sponsored boys at Woodward. She also showed gifts amounting to $6 she had purchased for the veterans' gift shop. The unit will purchase $5 worth of chil- cin us gifts for Santa Claus day. The auxiliary will hold a bake .sale and serve lunches that day. Carie Mae Hang was the junior girl from this community selected to be sent to Hawkeye girls state. The next meeting will be at the Alfred Schultz home Dec. 12. It is a Christmas guest night meeting. Mrs Mike Frohling and Mrs Kinseth will be co-hostesses. Mrs Conrad' Johnson read an article on education and Mrs Lc- Roy Worby read "The First Thanksgiving." Rural Club Met The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon 'with Mrs Edward Zinnel. The club will make donations to T. B. seals, and the Christian Children's Home at Council Bluffs. They will send Ruth Shipley a gift and cards at Christmas. They will have a home made gift exchange and goodie exchange at the Christmas meeting. Mrs Roy Telford was appointed delegate to attend the county extension meetings. Mrs Essie Cooper gave the lesson, a stuffed toy demonstration. Mrs Telford had recreation. Guests were Naomi Struthcrs, Mrs Louis Jocobson, Bonnie, Brenda and Carie Sue. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs Alice Mountain were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Oliver Chrislianson home. Cylinder Farmer Burial Monday John Kamboll Madsen, 50, former north of Cylinder, was found dead in the gnrage of hia home about 6 p.m. Thursday. His death was caused by a .self-inflicted bullet wound from a 32 caliber pistol. He had been despondent over ill health. Mr Madsen was born Oct. 4, 1910 in St. Paul, Minn. He moved to Ringsted with his parents, Mr and Mrs John C. Madsen as a young boy. He received his education in the Ringsted sthools and at Town State Teachers college, in Cedar Falls, where ho received a B.A. degree. Later he took a vocational agriculture course at Io""> Stale college at Ames. ifc taught school at West Bend, Postville and Cylinder, and then began farming north of Cylinder in 1951. He was married to Zina Johns, in 1039, at Nashua, la. Survivors include his wife; his parents; one daughter, Mary Belle, 17, at home; and one son John 19, in the army in Maryland. Funeral sefvlfcos word held at 10 n.m. IVtofiHap at St. John'd Lutheran fchurcH in Ringsted with tlie Re\». Carlo Peterson Officiating. Burial was in thij church cemetery. The Thomas funeral home at Rlngsted WHS In charge of nrratv geniehts. • CASTOtf BEAN Mr arid Mrs Italph Marl In of Harlan have a RroUp of castor bean "trees" which may bd among the largest in tpwa. They have grown higher than 20 feet. CASTS BALLOT Will Moore who is 95 years old was cne of the first to cast a biillot at the recent election in Bayard. Mr Moore first voted for Benjamin Harrison in 1888 'end he says he h«s never missed 'voting • for the Republican c'a'n- .didatc at every presidential elec- 'tion since that time. Guaranteed Burton Replacement FREE UNTIL DECEMBER 1" 5 Shirts Finished For The Price Of 4! (One Shirt Free with Each Order of Five Shirts) This special offer is limited until Dec. 1. You'll get back from our laundry the cleanest, crispest, best-fitting shirts you've ever seen . . . STARCHED AS HE PREFERS (a little - a lot • not at all). Take advantage of this offer this week and see what a wonderful job our laundry can do. * Send Your Shirts When You Send Us Your Dry Cleaning —PHONE CY 4-3265 FOR FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY— AIGONA LAUNDERERS and DRY CLEANERS ALGONA Across East Of -Courthouse' IOWA J .ff Friday November 25 is Santa Claus Day in Algona. This marks the beginning of the Christmas season. We at Cullen Hardware have gone to great pains and effort to stock our star* with the unusual gifts and great selections of only the newest gift items. You'll find the answer to all your gift problems, during the coming Christmas season, right here at Cullen Hardware. Big Selections — Free Gift Wrapping — Extra Helpful Sales Clerks — Qualify Always but budget priced — Practical Gifts — Useful Gifts - Unusual Gifts - Beautiful Gifts for all ages. Won't you come in and browse around? Cullen Hardware i .U 1C /•**<•«•

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