The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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January 26, 1961 Out o ,-.,;•; -'' ' ' '•" ,', ", • . • • • * • •»-1 , Let us show you how t6>lo6k •< • your prettiest . . >.t fay creating a hair style that '» , , giv,es,y'ot/ ( a head start j , on Beauty for Valentine's Day ( State Beauty Salon CY 4-3828 , June'SimpsOiy'owner , , Algona , MARRIED jt Mr fthd Mrs Gebrge L. Arnold df'Aillsim celebrated their 70th Wedding anniversary - on New Yeats eve, All of their married .life has, been spent- itt .Butler county; ' ^ _ ^ ^ ' ^ . i Polio can still strike any of otfe* §5,000,006 urtyacclnated, Aftieilefths, bdnging with it & , lifetime of tippling, even death. And f6f the thousands of victims who were, stricken in the years before the Salk vaccine, ; polio means a future limited by crutches, "braces, irOh lungs. (Adv.) ', ' READ f NJE WANT PAYS ' See Us For The New REMINGTON "Super 75" CHAIN SAWYER As Advertised.'in The Farm & Home Section Algona Impl. Co. Algona. la. JUST ARRIVED! i The Finest Selection Ever Offered Of All ' { v BRAND NEW 1961 NEVER IN OUR HISTORY, HAVE WE HAD SUCH A LARGE SELECTION OF ONLY THE NEWEST (DESIGNS OF ONLY THE LATEST^ UP-TO-DATE .LIGHTING FIXTURES. P.lan Your Lighting' Around Your Family . . . .Your Way Of Life. Karen Kueck Of Lone Rock Is ~-4£ Engaged To Wed W> >W , ; 1, IJJ.,, ;,J- Creamery Merged Choose From 24 ALL NEW PULL DOWNS PENDANTS 1 visions ; of .beauly, for "'..-comfft'rlable-fariiily living- Pull Downs are right for any room. Not only-are they unusually decorative, but they can ; be moved up and down easily • to,give you adjustable lighf for -, „.. yafl&ijr-:fefm1ly * activities J - *" . - ~ jW,, •„ . I 'idedl over dining tables, breakfast bar, desk, reading chair, bed, game table; flanking a sofa; oh a ceiling track in den or bedroom ... or for general lighting. f Mr and Mrs, Marvin Kucck of Lone 'Rock announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen, shown here, to Robert Beer, son of Mrs Ethel Beer and the late R. E. Beer of, Corwith- No definite wedding date has been set' (UDM Engraving). . INJURED ' Hugo' Hucke of Aurelia was painfully injured in an accident at his home recently When he fell from a horse while chasing c'atf tie. One of the steers ran in front of the horse, causing it to stum,- ble, and throw him to the frozeh ground. The force of the fall fractured some bones in his face. His left arm was dislocated -and fractured -at the shoulder. Car-Truck Sales Zoom To 52 Past Two Weeks ' New car and truck sales in Kossuth county really zoomed during the past two weeks, with a 'total. Of 52 new Vehicles registered at the county treasurer's office. Here are owners of new vehicles: . . — Charles Price. Wesley. Chevrolet — Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft, truck; R. E. Bickert, AlgOna; W, C. Zielske, .Lakpta; William Spear, Titonka; E. B. Pricbe, Fenton;. T. F. McGuire, Bancroft; Mike Arend, Algona; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona; George Scuff ham. Algona; J. A Swanson, 'Swea City; Kossuth Co. Cheese Factory, truck; Welp's .Bros!, Bancroft, truck; Whitemorn Co-op Elevator; Geo. Jesse, Titonka; Robert Wilberg, Lone Rock; Robert McCullough, Algona; ' Peterson's Furniture, Fenton; ' G. H. Adams, Whitte- mcre; Everds Bros., Algona; Elsie Wilhelmi, Bancroft. Olds — Palo Alto Co. Imp.-, Whittemore; J. V. Dorenbush, Lakota; H. J. Frideres, Ottosen; Dau's, Garage, Algona; Lyle Krumwiede, Swea , City; Mrs Fred Shilts, Algona; F. W. Jen-, tz, Fenton; RE. Ridge, Swea 1 City; .Mi's Jcanetto Maahs, Whittemore. , ' Ford — M. O. Givens, Titonka; Gustav Potthoff, Lakota j O. A. Sigler, Algona; E. W. Johnson, Lu'kota; H. I. Sigshee, Burt;Nor-» ton Machine Works, Algona; Kent Mo'tor, Algona; Peter Blu- inor, Algona; E. A. Glawe, Cor- With; Dennis Menlce, Bancroft; M. G. Bourne, Algona. Mercury -- W, W. Radlg, Lone Rbt-k; A. E. Grimm, Algona; Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft. Dodge —- Albert Thilgcs, Bode. Ponliac •-*- J. W. Madden, Fenton; Frank Ryorson, ,Burt. . International — K. E. Cook, Burt. Buick — John Kramersmcier, Leclyard. Sludebaker — G. M. St. John, Algona. ' Rambler — H. S. Montgomery, Algona. ' . Lincoln — Mrs Gertrude Schisscl, Lakota. Plymouth —. W. C. Willrett, Burt. Rambler — G. C. Faber, West Bend. . Engagement Of Karla Knecht Announced Here GO-CART . , Sammy Kendig of Ankeny suffered- a severe iniury when he caught his finger in the chain on his go-cart while he was out riding recently. ' • Gerald Bomgaars Violet Bomgaars Robert Bomgaars Modern Outdoor Lighting dram- qtizes your home and landscaping' . . it lengthens your hours of family fun outdoors on lawn or patio. It serves as your best protectjon against slips and falls in the dark . . against prowlers and vandals, Choose, From 19 ALL NEW POST LANTERNS Choose From 38 ALL NEW PORCH LIGHTS OUTDOOR Lignting For family fun and protection. Post lanterns to light driveways, patio or entrance . . . "bullets" to highlight gardens and (brighten walkways.. . .wall brackets to light doorway, garages . . .Ceiling lights for porch and breezeways. All New at Pratt Electric Co. Choose From 43 ALL NEW BENT GLASS Ceiling Lights for friendly family living Golden or Crystal beading! • - • Frosted glass designs . . . Spatter* effects . . ; . decorative edgings - Ideal .for bedroom, hall, dinette ... for dining-room, family room, entrance hall , , . for bath, bedroom hallway, TV room, i ; Choose From 84 ALL NEW CONVENIENCE LIGHTS ' \ '• for modern family living Your Family needs good lighting for comfortable living. Use wall brackets for entrance hall, bedroom, dining or TV room. Use accent lights over living room planters or paintings, kitchen and utility room work- areas. Choose From 23 ALL NEW CHANPELIERS for gracious family living Choose From 114 ALL NEW BATH & KITCHEN Ligjits fpr easier family tasks SQUARE'RQUNP RECESSED FIXTURES for Quick/n^asy installations PIRECTIONAl FQR THE NEWiST IN UPHTINO FIXTURE^ YQU Will FIND THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE SELECTION AT PRATT ItECTBIC CONSTRUCTION CO- 300 FIXTURES LIGHTED ON DISPLAY WITH OVER 1000 FIXTURIf IN OUR STOCK, IF YOU PON'T Slf WHAT YOU WANT, A5K US FQR A FRf E 60 PAG| COLORED BOOKLET OF .INSPIRATION LIGHTING IDEAS. - * ... _ SE6 US NOW FOR INSPIRATION LIGHTING Pratt Electric Construction Co. P 8M E. STAT1 5T, "Electricat Contractor*" Algona, Iowa 5&10-BOMGAARS-5&10 NEW OWNERSHIP - LOCALLY OWNED . Come On In ... Get Acquainted ill find us in a big mess. The furnace men installing a new furnace, the painters al -'•• i, the carpenters a founding. If you C an stand jt , .C You Will Find, The Bargair,s,l ^r^hVo&gttwit^ new look,] Meanwh ile . . % . . SHOP OUR END COUNTERS (WE WILL KEEP THEM .FULL OF RED HOT BUYS!) PRICES SLASHED DRASTIC REDUCTIONS EVERY ITEM - GOT TO GO! The engagement and approaching marriage of- Karla Rao Knecht, shown here, 'daughteriof "Mr and Mrs H: M. Knecht, Algona, and E. Duff Thomas, son of Mrs Eleanor Thomas, Arlington, Va., has been announced- The wedding is slnted to be held in St. Charles 'church at Arlington Jan.-28. Miss Knecht, a 1958 •graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy here, has been employed at Arlington. (UDM Engraving) Ringsted School s New Bus Buy! Co-Op. In n merger completed recent- iy, the Swca City Cooperative Creamery become a part of Consolidated Cooperative Crenmer- GS, bringing to n total of eight Ihc number of creameries now loirted together in the latter organization. Each of the creameries In the merged group has a member" on the board of directors of Consolidated. Areas involved and their representatives are as follow: Swea City,. Ralph. H. Walker Jr.; Emmctsburg, John M. Lenners; Algona, Clarence Siemer; Wallingford, Ernest .. Skattcbo; Ringsled, Merrill Christiansen; Fenton, Ervin Borchnrdt; Lone Hock; John A, Nywan and Whitlemore, Alfred H. Meyer. A processing plant is located at Whittemore, where surplus manufacturing takes place, and from which place nine route trucks operate. Here milk and cream is separated and manufactured into butter. The skim milk is gold to tri-County Coop. Drying Assln which also has a plant in Whittemore. The plant at Lone Rock processes all bottled dairy products for distribution in areas served by, the organization. A retail and wholesale office is to be maintained at Swea City. There. are 22 ' employees full im, with six located -at Whittemore, three at Lone Rock,, one at wea City, three route salesmen nd nine haulers. The original organization took place April 1, 1958, when crba- meries at Lone Rock, Fenton, Ringsted, Wnllingford and Whitemore joined together as Consolidated Cooperative , Creamer- es. Emmetfburg and Algona lave since joined this, group. Ringsled — Representatives of two bus companies met .with the Ringsted school board Monday night. ^The school board decided to buy a bus from the Carpenter International Chassis 'Company for $5,85.1. The school has seven buses on the roads. ; . . t • ''sted was' host to the an hual Emmet-'County--Bays'-"4H Boy-Dad banquet Monday eve nimg at the Presbyterian church Dale Anderson, a junior at Ring- sled high school, was seloted as the 1901 county president. Don Chipman, Estherville, vice president, David Hansen of Ringsted, secretary and treasurer,, and Jim Ncppl, Estherville, historian. CANDY Thirty kinds of candy make her friends sweet on Mrs A. B- Hawkins around Christmas time. The Manchester woman once managed a candy store and now she puts her talent to use in boxes of Christmas goodies for friends. Some of the kinds included in the assortment are mints, cashew brittle, pecan roll, sugared nuts, turtles,' fudge and caramels. Swine Raisers, BASEMENT S Coats SIZES 6-16 |99only-19.98-49.98 Dresses SIZES 7-15, 12-20, 12'/2-22'/2 We Sell Them All!! Skirts I SIZES 8-18 IS3.98 TO $8.98 Sweaters SIZES 36-40 S2.98-S8.98 ASK ABOUT OUR DAILY SPECIALS . ?K "* - , . Jire^'-T.'7 r ;t: T»^n*ir i 5Wpp9pi" 1 ^ p rw)BW«r — -•••-W3WWWWWT' ^^ ^^.^^^fc, ^^_^ *^^^h CHRISCHILLES STORE ALGONA, IOWA Banquet The Kossuth County Swine Improvement association , will held ij;s annqal 5 meeting and banquet at the Algona School ' Annex Thursday, January 19. The banquet" starting at 7tOO p.m. "was ^sei-ved^by"TXTISs~Helen" Comfort and her staff. The everrng's program was highlighted by a talk by Keith Myers, Gmndy Center, who is executive secretary of the National Swine Producers. Myers told of the progress being made in raisins hogs in other areas of the United States and of the National Swine Producer's program to better the hog industry. Hotel Receivership Local business firms last week received announcement of thtt fact that the Algona Hotel had gone into receivership, with John J. Flaunt named as receiver. The hotel has been operated by Mr and Mrs John Rosman. The hotel will continue to operate, paying current bills as they come due, and gradually pay off the creditors from prior to Jan. 12 as funds become available, according to the announcement made by the receiver. To Play Festival A one-act play, "Nobody Home", featuring seven Algona high school students was presented at the North Central Conference Play Festival at Humboldt Saturday, Jan. 21- Ron Digins was director pf the production, which featured a hilarious climax. Members of the cast were John Platt, Putti Priebe, Betty Holt, Lynn Kueck, Clara Hansen, Bob Garms and Barbara Remders. Lively Rockets Lone Rock — Lively Rockets 4-H club met Saturday, January 14th in the home of Patricia McCleish with 16 members present. The 4-H club voted to buy five new music books, to add to the ones they have. After the meeting quickbreads were judged by Mrs Henry Looft. Patricia and Nadine McCleish gave a demonstration and Patricia Binzen gave a talk. Pancakes For Dads The Wesley Boys 4-H annual father and son pancake supper was held at the Joe Skow farm, on Jan. 11. Chris Nygaard gave a talk. Recent visitors at the Jesse Harms home were Mr and Mrs Ben Champion of Charles City, and Mr and Mrs Delmer Champion and son of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs James Harms and family of Fort Dodge were week end visitors at the Jesse Harms home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms drove to Alden, to spend the day with Mrs Harms brothers and families, the Leonard and Robert Ites' and a sister, Mr and Mrs Pat Puttkamer and family.

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