The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 17
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, t am 1 'in eimpleie, agreement -With; President Kennedy that the inauguration be-dignified,and'in keeping with, out' great United States, and in complete disagree- mnt that b,lue .jeans -may have been? WjOfrn; at the inauguration ball 6£ Gov. Erbe. Tlie'Gov. 1 was probably Weing 1 facetious. ' • •• J'<i* ; '",;* ,•.,.!. 1 jwds- i greatly' amused • a 1 !, Grace's column last week for I oncf found .myself in a' peculiar letter situation. I \Va's one of the "yotjng enchanted" 'and the boy friend was living in a small! tqwri a number of miles south! of Algona;. We were- Writing to each OtHef dflily and at'the had very good train servce. Early in the"aftefnbon, a traht went south and 1 Wrote hurriedly' aM aasHed ,tO the, office to mail my epistle. The following 1 day I had a letter, from him asking .what'.had happened arid if every* 'thing 'was off between us,, fdr when he operied the envelope* there was nd letter. Yes, I, mailed an empty envelope,' and the next day he got TWO Idtters! * ' ? " ; " ! f., 'Probably Ru^H Parrett, tei* of ihe Rev. and Mrs 6. E. Parrett, Seattle, W.a'shy ' had ?rto trfbught that her gown worn' as ARE YOU PLANNING ON BUYING OR BUILDING A HOME? THEN Home Federal's plans for a long term, low and simple Interest loan With n5 'fO/tner'cdsts afte/ Iban is made Will Be just what you have. been! looking for. No renewal costs, no extra or bur- densom, large payments but you have the privilege of pre- fJayihg yfctiij, loaij ln| fcny amount without any pendlty at any- time. 'Reffrtaheirig 1 Your ' present loan can be handled the same way. Save interest and 'include taxes and property '' ' '* ' protetr rt''qjse 'of >yqu'r*j death, 'sickness etc., If you wish. ' HOME FEDERAL'OF,ALGONA also makes FHA title 1 and Re-' modeling. Iban^ for,;all,types and plans. Get our booklet for details, handled; quickly — ,No mortgage, payments can be protected. ' . T r ( WRITE. OR CAll ON Home Federal i Saving & Loan Ass'n ' .' ' 'Algona, Iowa ' (4 tf) DOES YOUR CAR MUMBLE, GRUMBLE, STALL & STUMBLE? \ PERHAPS'IT NEEDS OUR "PEP UP" TREATMENT A motor tune-up will do wonders for your car this winter weather. Bring your car:info us for repairs.. .you'll save money, time and temper and be mighty happy about our work.." '• • ' ' " ' : •.,'.'" • •' '• •' '..-• '•"•; • • JOHNELBERT'S i • '•" > ', ;' ' ; • ' ' • • f :' - , • . bKlAHOMA STATION East of V.F.W. Hall — Algona FARMERS! ' Have you ordtered your AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE yet for that field you will be seeding next spring? Ames says that-the best results, LIMESTONE should be applied 4 to, 5 months before seeding.' ' We have a large fleet of new spreaders, spreading high-testing LIMESTONE at moderate prices. At this time of year the fields are dry and hard and our spreaders can do their most efficient work. .•,.'.'' ' .' '• " i See your local ASC office or ,.'-•; Call us for Immediate Service FT. DODGE LIMESTONE CO, HUMBOLDT PHONE 98 FT. DODGE PHONE 4-0711 (48-4) And THi HAWKIY6 FQUR, wKo honors. Buena Vifte Co«n»y Chortf* HARMONY FUN VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT Will be yours to enjoy at the big 2nd Annual Kossuth BARBERSHOPPERS PARADE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY4,1961, 8;15 P.M, AT ALGONA H, S, AUDITORIUM FEATURING CENTRAL STATES CHAMPIONS FOUR NUBBINS who appeared over 100 times lost year in ]3 staffs, Sv!rS5Vvtf' 45,000. mllw «"d are ikyrocketlng to national fame 0* entertainers- re received many top IdSe- Queen at-Portland, OFS.^ Cotpl^id'f 'yeafs .ago would sef- e"he? flS a.Weildihg gown, 8nt ucfi.'is'thig ca'se'aftd in it shfe Was mattied JaftJi4 to'Thongs Jole'dke, 1 $he far'ide is'a" fuid* aughter of Mr and Mrs t ;c, v fd Walue'g. Mr 'arid, Mrs Gc-lecke have Jieeri students at Seattle nd MfS'.Go'leeke, will continue ief education while her husband ittswers a nail to service Jan. IS. '* i * * •NeWS of,another service, man, vk Sgt. and Mrs ' Jetties' 'Boyd are now located at San Antonio, Tex.'The family'has ,for the past hree^yefcrs been at Lartdstuhl, ierriiany, They were here dur* fng the holidays, guests of Mrs "*• I's" m&thei-, Mrs W. J. Payne. , •" *, * .™ and MM , Llbyd 1 Pool weni to Ttilsa, 0kla. several weeks ago to visit their son-in4ato, and daughter, Mr' 'and Mrs James Ne\Vell and' fatnily. From ,there ;hey,'went to Denver and Gplden, Colo., their > former home and were rjust about to come back to Algona when they had word 'fom the,daughter to come back to Tulsa and stay with the .children while she' and her husband went to Denver to house hunt and get, located. He has been transfered there and is geologist with an oil company. * * : .* frran Parrot! says she is giving her geraniums loving care and kindness in hppe they will be in fine shape to grace her, Window boxes, come spring. We had quite a .discussion on geraniums,' Cali- fbrnia brand. They are regular trees oUt there-come nodding in the windows • - . , 1 .•...'*,• « '. * A card from Hazel Vera and sent from ' Scottsdale, Ariz., whe're she and husband Frank are spending the winter with their daughter Elvie Hutchinson and three boys says, "We got here O.K. was down town yesterday. Saw the Don HutchiT son." and Mrs Tom Gearty (Betty Harig). Small world It's near 70 today. Saw a bad wreck in New Mexico Three killed." From my cousin Melvln Henderson, Upland, Calif-"The weather today is just like summer arid has been so: the past six weeks. Do \vo 'ever need rain! Not a drop since the first of December and warm every day." ' ";» - ' * ' •....' When Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison were en route home from Torrance, Calif., they Stopped at Scottsdale, 1 Ariz., .'which is near Phoenix. They had a luncheon engageriierit with Mrs May Walker and Mrs Tom Gearty, nee Betty Harig, both former Algon- ans. The Hutchisons and their daughter Joanne, of- Tucson, Ariz., Had spent' the ; holidays with the son-in-law'arid -daWBh'* ter, Mr and Mrs Norman Newton and children. Two men who could pass for brothers-Van Johnson (movie star) and Kenneth Herd, recently come to Algona. -.* •• *'.'.• If there is anything colder than ah Austin, Texas rain, Florence Beardsley would like to know what it is. She. prefers Iowa's snow any time, bless her. She arid. Howard recently returned from a holiday visit there with the son Charles, and faniily.' Margaret Ann was also there from Cheverly, Md. and Walter from Midland, Tex. «•' . * • I was glad to have a call from Lydia Donovan the other after- n 'on. We had such a good visit and in some way got to speaking of food and laughed about "old age" slowing up our mental processes. * * * A letter from Mrs Andrew Elbert, Whittemore, gave further explanation of her meeting- w : .th Chloe Spray Stcmen in Columbia City, Ind. In my reference to her last week I left off the "City". I was almost correct in the year the Sprays left. Chloe said T 1906. I had it 1908, Thank you Mrs Elbert for your letter. I read with interest an item about Burns Nugent, son of Dr. and Mrs Lee Nugent, former Al- gonans now living at Burbank, I believe. California at any rate. He has been manager of radio station KWMT in Fort Dodge since acquired by WMT of Cedar Rapids. He has been transferred to Duluth, Minn, and will be manager of WEBC. * * * Tough luck — One stenographer to another as they eye the giant computing machine, "It replaced 25 men, darn it." Ever dpne thU? Husband re turning from kitchen, "I tried pounting sheep," he said to wife in bed, "and remembered the leg of lamb." (A second Dag- wood.) ^ Sometimes news drifts in that has happened some time ago Such is the case of Mr and Mrs August Slagle who attended the Sixty-fourth, wedding anniversary NoV. 26 of Mr and Mrs Roland pickinson at Winnebago, Minn. Millie said she had meant to phone me about it but as time aw paaaqiMamaj pue,, 'paq w went on, it slipped her mind till recently. The, Dickinsons at one time iiye4 on tht; farm now oc. cvipied by Mr & Mrs Kyle K,eith ~" ey were close friends of Auit and his relatives, the gah- and, will be weU befed by the older 'Kdssuth sldentS. •"-''' "' Burt, Completes Basic Training leinecke as hostess. i I dersoh, Roberta Addy, Maxlnel ;•"'; " ,"" " "~Saturday for the district contest. Mrs Burdette' Hoepptter, Mrs I Clayton, Carmon Cook, Sharon sewing contest sponsored by the I : —— Robert fleemay Mrs Don Bbyd, Thompson, cghfestants In the j Acorn Club, went; to Belmondl Ot)M Glagsjneds^a^tiwiflatidi• A Burl — Pvt, Gary Dean Acker man, shown here, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ackermart, who re cen,tly completed boot training is now attending Transportatio: School at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. (UDM Engraving) an. 10 with Mrs LaVcrne ft. • Mrs Hflrlan Kruse, Cheryl An- Thursday, Jon. 26, >1961 Algona (la.) Upp*r 0*s MolnM-3 leinecke as hostess. i | dersoh, Roberta Addy, Maxlnel Niels Hansen Funeral Held .'•'/• ^ At Armstrong Niels ,C. Hansen, 45, life-long resident of Emmet county, diec recently of a heart condition at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. He had been in poor health since October when he had pneumonia. , ;.-'.'•• , He was born Oct. 15, 1915 ait Riingsted, the son of Nieds and Laurine Hansen. He attended school at Maple Hill. He was married Aug. 6, 1951, .to Lorraine Fetters at Fairmont . •. Since 1934 he has owned and operated the Hansen Recreation Parlor, and also ow.ned and operated the Highway grocery m Armstrong. ,• ' Survivors are his wnfe, two daughters', Connie 7, amd, Kay Marie .3, two step-sons, Duane ana Chris Fetters, both of Armstrong. He was a member of the Arm- str"ong Businessmen's club. _ Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 14 at the Nazareth Lutheran church at Armstrong.' Burial was ait -Hhe Armstrong •Groove LAKOTA NEWS Lakota Luckies ' , , . . Lakota Luckies 4-H club met -Saturday at the home of Linda Wirtjes with Linda Hoeppner as co-hostess. Donna Kayser and Margaret Powers gave talks. Diane Slu-ldahl and Gloria Bad- maker gave a demonstration, jinda Hoeppner brought a picnic able setting which was discussed and group exercises were led by Judy Jutting. .• ' ' • , After singing several songs led by Linda Wirtjes, 1 lunch was served by the hostesses. Guest mo- her was Mrs Walter Christ. The Lakota Garden Club met See Us For The New REMINGTON "Super 75" CHAIN SAWYER As Advertised in The Farm & Home Section John Deere Farm Machinery Algona. la. At Beecher Lane Appliance You'll Find All The New 1961 Fribidaire Refrigerators, Electric Ranges, Food Freezers, Washers And Dryers. Yes It's A Great Day For Us! And It's A Great Day For -You Because You'll Find The Finest In New Appliances, Top Service When Needed, Yet Lowest Prices Any Where!! P ,. ^firigtaafre^^ £&£d^^ Giant oven capacity'.. .. .with Frigidaire PULL 'N GLEAN 1961 FRIGIDAIRE DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE • Oven pulls out, you wipe it off standing up! Cleans easier i.. cleans faster than you can imagine! Ana no heavy door to lift off. \ • Automatic "Cook-Master"—cooks oven dinners while you're away! • Infinite Heat Surface Unit Switches give you .unlimited choice of heat settings. Units are self-cleaning— and Porcelain Enamel Drip Bowls and Rings lift out for sink washing. . f • Choice of 4 enchanting AS LITTLE A3 colors; or white. • FROST-PROOF REFRIGERATOR FREEZER . Exclusive Frost Fotbldder ends defrosting drudgery forever , >, Instant Ice service. Rip-Qutck Ice Ejector pops cubes out at a touch. Ice Server hold 80 cubes. Four ice cube trays. • Back-of-shelf foods at your finger tips. Three Roll-to-You j Shelves lift out for easy cleaning. < • Room for 150 pounds of frozen foods In zero zone Freezer ...two Roll-to-You Freezer Baskets. • Appetizing Picture Window Hydrator in Refrigerator Door holds 15 qts. of produce. Has own climate controls. • Choice of four coiors or white. Optional White Porcelain ' Enamel, tool a week DROP IN TODAY AND SEE THE FINEST SELECTION OF FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE ! CY4-3613 APPUANCES On Ausutt 13, I960 Bell Telephone scientists successfully •-•-—-- T -| a phone caJJ ftem New Jersey to. California via a tvent represent^ a big step toward worldwide telephone communication entirely free of weather interference. It «lao brui|« cioww thf ptuwibility of global TV network*. NORTHWESTERN $ervw First 24 hours

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