The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1959
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lpl^||gV':;f«fi?ff?«- Power Off* Set Old Time Taste * Wheri the Ivas off for fn hour ffecehtly, in the evening when it was, off tot nearly four hdUrs tfeai* here, Ottosen residents became fiwate very' deptettdeftt tfce^ aM ™. , in, the afte* was riot whig able td watch It Wa$ a different 8l6ry. Jft the evfertiftg as the current was dif tfiueh > longer, th6 Jfouwa being fi broken insulate?* fitecttift linemen, wh6-,&t6hd feylri caies of enhergencv day and night, Stiriday, and Week dajrs were Sbon on .the job, but it look them quite a whfle to discover the difficulty. Many farmers were using heat lamps .for trigs. Had the eumsnt been off earlier, it ^ovould have been a greater hardship. Cows would-have,had to be, milked by hand, a task no longeir tamilinr. ' '•--< Baby chicks heated With electric heat bulbs or brooders were in serious danger. One family solved' this problem by'bHhfclng them 1 in the house Irt .tubs artel boxes, until morning;^, < :• NEWSwi~%Airr if New Fire Whistle For Lone Rock The Lone Rock town council here' voted at its last meeting to buy a new fire whistle to mount on n recently * purchased lower. Site will be a lot owned by .the city an main street, Th<t> council nnnounced water meters, plnccd in all business establishments, wcrp to becormi effective today, Rates were Bel nt a minimum of $3 per month, with the rate or 50 cents per thousand. Also voted was action to equip the now fire deportment water truck for the fir«5 department with a pump for auxiliary water. There is speculation that Khrushchev may visit America. M<i may have to, in order to Ret away from all those Americans who keep dropping in on him at the- Kremlin. —<•' Tacoma (Wash.) News-Tribune. m Lane lances «••••••*•!•••••••£ ' \ 8 A.M. to ,; 5;30 P.M. The Place To Go For Names You Know i . Your Algona Frigidaire Dealer •"4 Proudly Presents To You FRIGIDAIRE BABY PICTURE CONTEST (Children Up Through Six Years Of Age) IN RAL TRU-GQLQR j&yy&wxty^^ "FIRST TIME' EVER PRESENTED IN ALGONA! SEE The New Electronic AUTOMATIC CAMERA i that takes natural tru- color Pictures, ENTRY NO OBLIGATION HERE'S ALL YOU DO TO ENTER: BRING VOUR CHILDREN TO BEECHER LANE'S WHERE THE PICTURES WILL BE TAKEN HERE ARE THE RULES: 1. Coniesl includes four age groups: % .. a, Six months and under. c. 1 V» years to three years. b.Six months to IV» years. . d. Three years to six years. 2. All your. children may be entered in the contest, provided they are in the proper age groups listed above. 3. All entrants are photographed, in beautiful Natural TRU- COLOR for the first time in this area without obligation to parents. , , 4. Through the cooperation of your Frigidaire dealer, you may purchavs these Natural TRU'COLOR portraits at special low contest-prices. 5. You may take pictures home so that friends and relatives may help you select the pose you wish to enter in the contest. 6. You will be notified by mail when your pictures are ready, and you may pick, them up at Beechor. Lane Appliance. 7. Impartial judges will select winners on the basis of personality and expression, FRIGIDAIRE for the first time ..... NO MORE FROST TO DEFROST V \ ,,/. I,// " 1959 FRIGIDAIRE GRAND PRIZE Free $100 Merchandise Certificate in Beecher Lane Contest, Certificate Good On Any Refrigerator, Range, Washer, pryer, Freezer or Air Conditioner, FREE GIFTS TO THE FIRST 100 MOTHERS WHO ENTER CONTEST REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER First showing of Sensational Frost-Proof freezing! Ends all defrosting mess and bother — in freezer and refrigerator) Keeps foods safer, colder, longer! Ends i'rosted-up foods and ftrays! There isl never any frost to defrost! FREE BALLOONS TO ALL THE KIDDIES ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS SEE IT ON DISPLAY FREE - - $20 MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE GIVEN TO PARENTS OF CHILDREN ENTERING CONTEST TO WINNER $100 MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE AND - - SEVERAL POSES OF YOUR CHILD IN LIVE NATURAL TRU-COLOR! Choke For Girls State From Burt Burt — Carilyn Hinckley has been chosen lo atte'nd Girls State in Cedar Falls in June, Marilyn Hinckley was chosen alternate delegate. The girls are twin daughters of Mr and -Mrs Al Hinckley. Carilyri has been active in school and church affairs.. She is treasurer of her junior class his year, on the staff of School Daxe and on the softball team, nd many other activities. (UDM Sngraving) Round Table Is Feature Of Ledyard Guild T BIG DAYS! Starts Tuesday, May 19 CONTINUES THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 23, 5 P.M. Ledyard — The E; and R. ,_, mot at the church Thursday af« lernoon with Mrs, B. E. Gilbert* son, Mrs Perlen Jacobsen, Mrt Herman Goetz Jr., and Mrs Raymond Johnson as hostesses. The program was in charge of .Mr£ Orville Brandt,. Christian service chairman. A 'birthday hymn was sung for Rev. Vriesen, Mrs John Kramers- meier, Mrs Orville Runksmeier, Mrs John Darnell and Mrs Ida Darnell. Rev.' Vriesen gave 'fa.- -, short talk-and led- a responsive' , reading. A round table discussion was held with *. Mrs Brandt as the- • moderator. Those taking P«% were Mrs l^red Ploeger, Mrs Ray."' Johnson, Mrs Irvih Smith and ? '. Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse. Next was an interview with an'--editot£" Mrs I. Smith. *;\ A lunch was served by tho lostesses. Plan Open House Sunday afternoon, May 17,; 'rom 2:30 to 5 p.m; Mr and'Mrf rlarold Herzog will hold opeij. louse 1( in the Methodist 'churcli basement in honor of .their daughter Judy, her fellow members of the class of 1959 and thelt t.e a c 'h e r s, past and present Friends are invited to come and/ renew acquaintances. Many from ihe churches in Ledyard attended the Mother- Daughter Guest Day at the Grant school given by the Grant WSCS. A large crowd enjoyed a fine program. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Don Ehrich of Blue Earth had their baby girl baptized at the E. and R. Church with the Rev. V. Vriesen officiating. * She was given the name of Julie Ann and'- her sponsors were John Gilbertson, brother of Mrs Ehrich and JoAnn Ehrich, sister of Mr Ehrich. Mr and Mrs Francis Mauris of Winnebago, Minn, visited Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Gelhaus. Mr and Mrs Edward Knoner became grandparents twice within the past month w'ith the birth, of sons to their two sons -in Calif. Mr and Mrs J, Knoner of Lamita, Calif, are the parents of a 'baby- boy born early in April, He has> been named Mark John. Mr anjl Mrs Don Knoner had a baby boy bbrn May Sat San Diego. He ha"? been named David. , . •<*• Mr and Mrs John Walterman visited relatives in Karrirar Wed* nesday. ' <"' Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome an$ Mr and Mrs Paul Gelhaus returned recently from Medforc), Ming., where they had gone krvisit the sister, Mrs Emil Ruhnke, has been ill. ' ' Mrs William Fennema retur ed on Sunday from Cedar where she had , been ,the month assisting during, tbp'ilj of her mother, Mrs " Ji B During her absence Mrs Bo Schroeder substituted for. the 4th grade at schools f The fifth and sixth/grades their teachers, Lillian and Mrs June* Beyers, Union slouch, They; picnic dinner , and p, t Game refuge. ' , v Ernes^ Burrow pj St. his friend, Bojjnie'T3ift?,,: S,t. Paul visitecl several past week , at ths ^ home.' "

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