The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 9
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Nnemkf 29, I960 jWotnes; November 29, 1960 » Why not begin Ihis column for-the week "It's a small world." Bernico and diet Seliohy attend- c'd the recent National Dairy Association meeting in Chicago, ut which an Iowa girl was chosen queen. The master of ceremonies, after offering congratulations, asked .lowans to stand There were six lowans and near Hernice was a personable middle aged mail. She asked where he was from, "Oh, 1 he replied, "It is just a small town you probably never heard of," To his question as to her residence she answered. "Algona." Then he said, "Thai's where I am from." and introduced himself as Sherman Lillle. ' ' ' --• • :- '*' • ,*' < I by £velyn J He and his wife Strll were there from Alameda, Calif, where Sherman has lived since his family moved when he -was a teenager. Chester, upon meeting Sherman said, "Oh, so you are "Shirt" Little!" To which Sherman replied. "Now I know you are an Algonan, for J never hear that name except back here." The Littles asked to he j-emembered to their friends. Sherman is an executive of the association. It has bei-n a few years since they were here, Ilicil latest visit being during Algona'f centennial celebration. This is a little late to mention Hallowe'en new; but I think a little space should lie ^ivrii to Cynthia (Sroen, (laughter of Mr and Mrs Iticluird Groen, whn thought of and designed her own costume - a scan-crow. She received first place in the miscellaneous division and 2nd in the over a I.I. * « * Mrs W. K. Ferguson has received word of the (Jealh Friday. Nov. 11 of Homer F. Horlon of Washington, 1) .1'., son of II i late Mr and Mis L. M. 'Horlon The family lived here a number of years ago and Mrs Hoi Ion was librarian for some time. He is .survived by his wife, a son .John who is in service and a ilauuhter Jane, married and living in Madrid. Spain Mid a hi other George of White 1'lains. I\V\\ York. George Hoi ton's wife is the former Mabel Smi'h, sister of Mrs Ferguson. • • » I know just how Knthorine Gilmore felt v, hen she visited the girls' camp at Kly, V< rmont, which she attended when she was 15 years old. I had such ;, fine time seem;.; my lather's old home at PenniMila. Ohm and lie- ing in my . grandmother Cady's kitchen and going into the Kpis- copal church which Hie family attend and which was next door. Katherine says Hie ;;,]ne Ht!e post office and general .stores Were there and the same wo- 'inan, now past !!0. we i unmni' the camp. She found the camp unchanged and tin eounlry just the same. , Several years at:o I visited a site near Lakola. 'I'he hill \vhirh locimed so bit; v. hen I was seven h-'.l -l-nm 1 :. p.-'iily from giad- ii'.'. !'M'i.-!!y from the adult view. I' 1 ' ' '.<''• i::m/ed the fami ,-it once a: i'l ' ':vid! y : '-cal !c d whei e our '""il'i W;,.: lueated. A II' \V home hi'd he, i, built on the f : r , ;) ,-|( the lop o| t|,e lull. f « » Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling h.v.-' ln-"n vi.-ited by Iheii d:. i, Hit' r .Ir.;ini-tte aiul husband. Mi :.ii'i Mi- St.Mil« v Miller. Costa M' •••'. Odil., ;i;<.d .le.-mett, V ''. .u:'l:ii r 1 )i:im of f Initenberg. r \ In -. ai: 1 1 v i e vii h the parents M' .'!id Mi- Kai 1 Miller ; ,| Spiri 1 L:-l:e. Th:- Millcis will be 1,. M > ; (ill affei- Th,- l-.-i-.-jn;.,. With the , 'rrand-oii !);ivid !',!'• inoic home I fiom l.i-.va (My for the holiday. 'he Sterlings '-.-ill be havin:' •, V.-oe.derh'.l ho!!r!-,y. Harry Goddrn will also have a LIMITED OFFER OF 1960... ONE LOW PRICE J + + "WHITE" SEWING MACHINES | THE MACHINE THAT DOES * * * * * EVERYTHING J LOOK AT THESE BUILT-IN Priced For Quick CLEARANCE Unhnatic Control . . . ! 1 Control Docs It All . . Makes Button Holes . . . Sews On Buttons . . . ! Overcasts Seams . . . ! Overcasts Patches . . . It Embroideries, Too . . We Service AH Makes and Models'. WHY IT PAYS TO BUY SEWING MACHINES HERE! I. Choice of Popular makes and models. We DON'T have to say one is best or sell those models that have "bugs". 2. You gef all the FREE lessons you want. 3. You get good dependable/ QUALIFIED SERVICE—FREE. 4. Better trade-in allowances, because we handle many makes. We can better recondition trade-ins and sell them to our market. 5. Easy terms—NO MONEY DOWN. 6. Exchange privileges. 7. World-wide Service connections. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE »-^-&* TERRITORY OPEN FOR SALESMAN — APPLY NOW! Si, Senor Siqueros Visits Quite a few Algona sixth graders were thrilled Friday, Nov. 18, when a real, live TV personality, jenor Salvador Siqueros, Spanish instructor fro in KGLO-TV. visited classrooms at Bryant and -•iicia Wallace schools. Then Senor is shown in the above photo, talking, not turkey, but Spanish Se L with a group of students at Lucia Wallace. Senor Siqueros instructs two TV classes, elementary and advanced. The local sixth graders are taking the elementary course via TV sets in their c lassrooms. Seven counties in the Mason City area sponsor the courses and a total of 18 counties in I owu and Minnesota have students enrolled. This is the second year Spanish has been taug hi on TV by Senor Siqueros. The classes are mornings, five days a week. The Senor .spent some time at each dents and giving personal instruction. (UDM Flash i'oto-Engraving). . held building here, chatting with stu- nice Thanksgiving, in fact, by the time these items are off the press, Thanksgiving will be over. It is hard to keep tenses correct when material is prepared ahead of time. He is going (has gone) to Staton Island to visit his son- in-law and daughter, Mary, Dr. and Mrs Robert Lueey and family. He will also visit his son Bill and family in New York City. Then he plans to go to the west coast and be with his son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Tom Rabun and family for Christmas. * r » Birthdays have been piling up over here at Good Samaritan. Mrs Inez Miller and Emil Schmeling celebrateu Tuesday and Ruben Larson Wednesday. Each liad cakes given them, several friends joined Mrs Miller, and to each was sung the birthday song. Cake was passed to the other residents and fine time was had by all. * » » Mrs Eugene Muller was very glad her husband was along when they came home Nov. 14 from Clarion. The fog was so dense visibility was almost zero and she was glad to turn the driving over to the capable hands of her husband. * » • I was in Ihe Chrischilles store a few weeks ago. It was fun hearing Marie Button's account of her trip to Miami. It's nice to learn how the other half lives, and according to her, many really live. Such luxury to which we'd all like to become accustomed. * * • Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish visited at the parental Mr and Mrs Edgar Beamishes • in Iowa Falls recently anu there joined Ray's sister and niece Mi;s Connie Stewart and Joan Stewart Adair (Mrs Ben) and children Shannon and Stewart, Phoenix, Any.. The other uaughter Katherine is Mrs Ralph Fish, of near Chicago. Many will remember Connie and her late husband Clarence. * * » You have heard many stories about traveling salesmen; now I'm going to tell you about traveling bread. Mrs Ernest Egel is noted for her good homemade bread and when she recent ly visited friends in Must-aline, she was asked to make a batch. She started the project and then it was suddenly decided to drive to Nichols, some 16 miles, to visit, other friends. What to do with the bread then in it's early stages? Why, take it along, of course. So having reach Nichols, when the proper time arrived, the bread was kneaded, shaped into loaves, left to rise, (or should I say raise) And then it was time to go back to Muscaline but the bread was not ready for baking, Well, just bundle it up and take it back —'twas the only solution. And back it went to the oven in Muscatine, and better bread you never tasted. * * » I have missed Maurice Pearson from the Lawrence Welk program. I have enjoyed his singing so much so I wrote to find out what had happened to him. Comes the reply, "Your comments about Maurice Pearson are very kind and I regret to say that he made his last appearance with our band Sept. 24. He has decided to continue singing on his own in order to further his career in fields other than television. We wish him every success." » * * Ain't it the truth? An old- fashioned girl never heard of an "Old Fashioned". And Sam says the trouble with most political jokes is that too many of them gel elected. Named Agent Of Insurance Firm Appointment of four residents of the county to be authorized agents of the Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Ass'n was announced this week. They are H. E. Rachut and Howard McMullen of Burl, W. E. Wierner of Led- yarcl, and Gerald Voigt of Fenton. All four will also represent the local Kossuth Mutual Insurance Ass'n of Algona, of which Lola Scuffham is secretary, in their respective areas it was added. Almost A Year Burl — The Burl fire department was called to put out a grass fire at the Marie Dreyer farm Saturday afternoon. This is the first fire call answered by the Burl volunteer department in SoO days. Mankato Youth Stole Tractor; Held At Lakota A 13-year old Mankato, Minn, boy travelled CO miles on a tractor for nothing Monday, Nov. 14, due to the suspicions of J. E. Ukena, Lakota. implement dealer. As a result, the would-be young farmer is now in custody and theft of a $3.000 tractor, with plow attached, was solved. Employees of a Mankato implement firm saw the youth get on the tractor and drive it out of the company yard early Monday morning, but didn't worry about it because they thought the machine had been rented to a construction firm in the area. The boy charged $6.30 worth of gasoline at a Mankato station and started south. Evidently his next stop was at the E. J. Butler implement company at Elmore. After asking where Iowa was, he talked with Mr Butler, who later heard reports of the theft. He then called the Mankato firm and told them about the boy who he had seen. The boy also stopped at the Marvin Junkermeier farm south. of Elmore and asked for work, but no help was needed, so he continued on his way to Lakota and the meeting with Mr Ukena. He entered Ukena's building and tried to make a deal for the tractor with the owner. Mr Ukena then checked into the matter and iound the tractor had been stolen. Details were reported and the boy was picked up Tuesday and leturned to Minnesota. The Mankato firm sent a man for its tractor the same day. Sheriff Emil Meurer of. Blue Earth county is holding the boy for juvenile court. The youth had leporledly been in several other scrapes with the law recently. DELINQUENT TAX LIST Tin- lollowin;! is a true and correct list oi all lands mid town lots in Kossuth [.'ounty, Iowa on which the taxes lor the year H'5!) and previous years arc clue and unpaid as appears from the sever.;! tax lists in my office. Not in: is hereby Riven that unless the taxes, interest, and rusts are sooner paid, the lollowinn descTihed land and town lots or so much thereof as is necessary to pay the said tax, interest and costs thereof, will l5e sold at the County Treasurer's Oil iee in Alyona. Kossuth County, Iowa, on the first .Monday in December. A.D. Hllit) between the hours ot 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock I J . M. ol said day until all of said lands and town lots have been ulIt-red lor sale. In all cases where the.re are existing delinquent taxes other than for the yea is shown, same having been previously offered for sale. bu'. remaining unpaid and unsold, this fact is indicated by an astrisk ("I preceding the description. Hosella Voigt Treasurer of Kossuth County (Continued On Next Page) When You Think of Jewelry Think of SHARP'S •• "wm.jst^aa

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