The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 12
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4-Alflona fla.) Upp»f DM Moth* Thyrtday, fab, a, 1961 That loving cat I told you | fcb'out a few weeks ago that al» htost made Wilma Strayer fali Miile "smoqtching" her ankles as ghe hung Out clothes now has a Bood home on a Metzfcn farm. If the cat had confined her clawing ;q trees and outside things, Willie would probably have kept ier, but Mrs Cat wasn't a bit s^rticuiar where she sharpened ier claws, and after all, ,a housewife does not want her uphols- jered furniture ruined just so the jnouse'Can be better attacked, .Or Svhatever purpose it is cats manicure claws. «•;. There is so much news during the holidays it is hard to catch up Svith all the goings and comings. "So while it is a bit late, it is still of interest that the Bett Wibben family was in California a couple >f weeks and visited Mr and Mrs _Henry> DeWaal at Escondido and 3iev. G. J. Gerike's 'son-in-lav, •$nd daughter Mr and Mrs Robert J3rown at El Cajon. En route 3iome they.'stopped at Phoenix, "&riz., to visit Mr and Mrs Richlard Gross. One of the highlights •for the children was the trip to ^Disneyland. " - " Mr and Mrs Waller Zentner •have been visited by the letter's father Walter Dalley, Minneapolis. He made the trip in an flu to he recently purchased, jvhich is not an Unusual thing, «but what makes it worthy of note 3s that he is 86 years old and'was .granted, a license with no parti- •cular questions asked. Mrs Zent- "iier is a little uneasy about it, for 'after all, at 86 one's reflexes and •yision are not what they used to t * ' * J; This is a true story aboul Iwo •little boys. One had been running "jjcross a neighbor's yard. The 'Child was asked not to do it as JSjt was trespassing. In church af- rterward, the child took note of' "the "forgive us our trespasses" .and said to a playmate," It is al•right now because I said "forgive jjs". The second child was ier ref]f£t||iJ!.- r &fdjf "Well. I'm all light. IVdb'n't have any debts." • ^ V * * ' * Another real story is aboul a "little fellow,, who when asked *what the sermon was about, re-plied, "Oh, something about %U4lt." The subject was actually Sibout the "Comforter." *• * • • * f Afler all my lender love and Stare for my birds and daily feed- "fngs over some- months, I forgol "{hem at supper time on a cold •end blustery day, just when 'jnost needed. My apologizes Sbirds, and remember, you got ex- •ira rations the next day. •;' • » • * «- Mrs Marie Murtagh observed a birthday Jan. 21 and had as -guests at Friendship Haven, Fort "Podge, where she is making her Some, her son and daughter-in- law, Gene and Veda Murtagh 'end their son-in-law and daughter Dick and Judy Thoreson and Children, Rebecca and David. A "birthday cake was taken for the "honoree and Rebecca was especi- •ally interested in singing "Happy •Birthday, Dear great-grandma." • < * e , Good Samaritan Home was Jiuite a gay place last week. Three partis were in progress one afternoon-the birthdays of Henry Jrohling and Patricia Groen "were observed and at the same ..time my room was full of pot- «iuck luncheon guests. Friday, the "sixtieth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ticman was obser •Ved. How quickly a room over "here becomes home. • • » " My mail this week has been Interesting and from well-known persons, Algonans. for the mosl 5>art. A card from the Ralph Mil- •lers, who had taken a trip fron Brownsville. Tex., where the> lare spending the winter, to Mexico. They report the weather as J)Satrtifai<'*l'hey can consider .hemseSves <!ucky at not beirlg here this disagreeable, stormy in* giliaF daj«. A Cjjrd from Hazel sb'y : who Is. Visiting her daugh- ,er Marguerite 'at Corona Del Mar 1 , Calif< say's "doors and windows open and it's about 80 de- ;rees.^ Blanch Long, writing 'rom Davenport mentioned the nice <veather, tpo, but probably the picture is, changed by now^ and a note from Neva Patterson 'Mrs Collyer Potter, Portland, Ore.)) It might be of Interest to older Algonans that Myrtle Pel- leymouriter, who married T, Y. Williams many years ago and was widowed several years, has re-married and is now Mrs Frank Malony, of Chicago, but spend the winters in Florida. Years ago she taught English at Cornell college and is a sister of my late aunt, Mary Henderson. '••'.'- »' ' * "•...• Yes, I .watched the inaugural and recalled that it was a very cold day when Ike took office. Rememb,er they explained the chairs were heated electrically? Or was it the floors? « « * Odd names department — Mr and Mrs G. W. Naylor have been visited by Mrs Naylor's brother Waller Rodenbush ahd brother- irt-law, Tom Northeast. No fool- in'. They are from Oxbow, Sas- ketchewan, Can. .Added to the oddity is the Naylors live on East North street. A little of the glow of a couple of callers Sunday rubbed off on me and I was told of the plans of the pair wedded less than two hours. Meet Mr and Mrs Ray McWhorter! Mrs McWhorter is the former Luella E. Schenck. The Schencks and McWhorters have been neighbors and friends many years. The wedding took place in the Good Hope Methodist church, Sunday at 2 p.m., January 22, the Rev. Routh officiating. Attendants were Mi and Mrs Everett Hanna, of Lone Rock. Guests present were the bride's son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs James Schenck, of Waterloo, the bridegroom's son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and five children, and Mr and tyfs Alfred^ Schen^, Besides eallirtf on/ : rne) Mf aHct Mrs McWhorter called on the atirit Mrs Mattie. McWhBfter. They left from here 'for points south Which Will include £ Visit ivith Mr and Mrs Ward McWhorter at Rogers, Ark.,.'and at Memphis, Tenrt., with Capt. and Mrs Earl C. Rockworth. Hay added "We'll probably wind up in, ACu- pulco, Mex." Mrs Ward McWhorter is the former Gladys Claytpny daughter of the late Mr and Mrs A. E. Clayton. Capt. Rockworth is a senior pilot with Delta airlines and became interested in flying many years ago when Ray was identified with planes. Ir>- cidentaly, Ray remarked, "My wife likes to fly too so we'll be doing a lot of it." Another stop will be made at Lockport, Tex., to visit Lois Schenck and her hus band Gene Whitmore. Congratulations and best wishes, Mr and Mrs McWhorter. It seems quit a long time since Christmas and to Mary Lapih, Minneapolis, it probably seems a century. She was severely burned on the arms when an explosion occurred when she was making some big Christmas candles. Her sister Mrs Alice Laden- dorff has been with her awhile assisting Jtt household, autieSr . 4 - * - r / ^ -'' - ' "* '* The old saying "Wbtlbles jfteW* come singley" seems to hold true with Glen Raney. Shortly after the death of his wife Ruth last August, he went to Dvibuque! to be with his son-in-law and daughter, Bob ahd Meredith Holzhammer. Then he had a session in the hospital, surgery — and then back again for almost 6 Week for treatment of post-stu^ gery adhesions. A loss of 17 pounds puts him in the featherweight class, for Glen was not a large man to begin with. Best wishes Glen, and I hope you will soon be in good health. . ; Cresco Chums Cresco Chums held their January meeting at the Kenneth Roethler ^ home. Sheila Frideres and Susan Johnson talked. De monslrations were given by Rachel McNeill and Carol Teeter. Lucille l Gade led judging of Christmas, cookies. Marilyn Deal conducted a discussion o.n wildlife. Guests were Mesdames Glenn Seger, Edmund Frideres John McNeill, Marlin Meehlhause. - . . By Mrs., Lawrence BSfgmdrt Mrs- lamest* Sh'iiiJHg'ton is *, medical patient at Holy FamUy Hospital, Estherville', ' .FRIDAY, FEB. 3rd Battle of Bands • Dick MUle* & Boys , , - .• •;" vs. .".• / Andy Doll & Band CONTINUOUS DANCING flegula* ADM. SATURDAY, FEB. 41h BIG TINY LITTLE JR. His Piano & 10 Piece Modern Dance Orchestra Checking lOc Adm. $1.43 Plus 7c lax — $1.50 COMING SUNDAY, FEB. 121h COUSIN FUZZY & HIS COUSINS arents' of & u V Ho?y Family hospital, es KdilaSch.ion of Mr and atald tf oitasch injured his lingers on his .right hand Friday Be playing basketball. . arm* a sophomore in St. John s higH and Mra.J. H. Welp left on a two-week vacation REDECORATE with Latex 22 Pull Range Of Colors ••"•'-'i 6rie Cont Covers • Odor Free • Dries Quickly $4.19 gallon ^ $1.45 quart Red ing's Davis Paint Mrs Verne Lbgan are parents of a son born Jan. 24 Birih defects affects one out of every 1$ babies born in the U.S. . « -over 260,006 children are born itt this country each year with'Some significant de. feel. » » . .every other'minute, a child is born With some type of defect. (Adv.) DANCE Remodeled' BbllrtiOm In Its New Location FRIDAY, FEB. 3 frank Jonas & His Orchestra SWING AljJD SWAY ; THE JONAS WAY NEIGHBORS GOOD KNOW Around The if.; • ,' '''. ........ - '•-.'•• Town and Country Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires •grnjy x&trtfaem&tBiMK Oliver - MaiMy-HarrU f Ixedgn* TlM' Phoiw CY 4-2421 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR ', if Je*? v # 1 ! t'» V :,' »;nv* •**r(t „'*'** .. . j Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL 'YORK Builders' Hardware Tools KLINE Tanks & , REDWOOD Tanks N. oi Jet. Hwys. 1 18 & 169 i Algona - CY 4-4369 | llllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIHUIIUIIIIUIIIIIil IH^ .Bronson Building Service, pictured above, is a local corporation located just north of the junction of Highways 18 ,and 169. The business was establishsd in October of 1958. Bronson's is ^called Service because the business has a genuine* service to off sr every customer. "Tell us what you want done, and we'll do ill" says C. R. Bronson, head of the corporation. This is not a contract yard. Bronson's work through local contractors and supply the materials for work to be done. Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona niiiiiiiiimiiiffliiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii C. R. Bronson started in the lumber business in Waterloo in 1935, at that time just a young man whose job was unloading cement. It was then he decided to someday have a yard of his own. Twenty-three 'years later, after moving around the state in the lumber business, that dream came Irue when ihe ground was broken for Bronson Building Service in July 1958. An interesting feature here is the annual Builder's Clinic held right on the grounds. This is one day set aside just for answering questions about building problems. Contractors and factory representatives are here for this purpose. _._,,» Bronson's take a genuine interest in each customer and make their friendly courteous efficiency a major part of their business. If you are planning to build soon, contact Bronsou Building Service in Algona. '. ' • . YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service SUN. FEB. 5 DON HOY WED. FEB. 8 Come as you are Nite FRANK RUHR SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12 "Big Tiny Little, Jr. M - WITH Mary Reedstrpm orch. Phone CY 4-3501 Algona Meet John Capesius Of St. Joe No Danes* During U"» Except St. Patrick's Dance - March 17, Don Hoy (Doors Qpm Early) No Advance Bypth Reservations Btwf Qm i* 939 Irons Hooting & Plumbing WATCH THIS SPACE iVERY ©THgR WEEK TO MiiT A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR This week's Country Neighbor is John Capesius, 33, who has been tenant Q,n a farm l'/z miles west of St. Joe since he began farming oh his own 13 years ago. John follows a general farming practice. His 320 acres included 120 acres of corn, 20 acres, of oats, 13,0 acres of beans and 50 acres of pasture, hayjand and roads, during I960. He alsp feeds plenty of hogs for market — about 50Q heed each year, he* 20 stock ?ows and fa«ds 2&-3P steers for market during the average season. His favorite job around the farm is taking care of hogs. John is a son of Mrs. Mary Capesius, who lives on a farm in the St. Joe area with another son, and thjt 1st* Julius Capesius. He was born in Algona in 1927 and has resided in Kossuth county all h|i life. He is a member of the KC's and N.F.O. Mrs. Capesius is the farmer Marjorie Gales, daughter of Ernest and Veronica Gales. St.. Joe area farmer*. Sh« met John while both were attending, high school and, they were married Jan. 26, 1948. Marjorie is a member of the St. Joe C.D. of A. and farmerettes club. Mr. and Mrs. Capesius have five children. They are Joan Marie, 12, Nicholas 9, Margaret Sue, 5, WUUaro, 3, and Robert, 1, John hw two brothers, James and Thomas. St. Joe, »J!d a si*fc«< WW JWW- St- p»t«rsbm 9 , Fl*- IIIIUIIIIIUUIIIIII IIIIIUIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllillllllllIlllllll* 1 ""^ Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER • CEMENT Wo Aim to Nqar Mllwauka* Dopoi - Algona iniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiinnim. .,..• • • . . - .• • •• • Algona Flour & Feed Complete Service For the Farmei • Fertilizer ^.. S .,..}»A. •„• • New Holland fflSCOjXa ' Baler • Ferguun Tractor* Phone CY 4-2^01 Algona Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan — Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Salei 1 • Service • Friendly k Courteou* Always V. Main St. Phone CY 4-3451 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirjuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyi^ Taylor Implement Co. qnd Taylor MERCURY ***&* \ 1**' * >?H^: * I. CaM-M»rcu»T Kewanee I CY 4-31417 Algona iuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliuiiiiiii IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllVI Robinson Construction Co, Sioujt Steel Buildings Building Cprutruetion For size, strength, long life and ease of building, on Another adv»nc«- men! in easier . Robinson East On Hwy. 18 B llllllllUIIUplllllUlllilllUHli

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