The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
Page 19
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Real musics Full timbered, rich, mellow 1 and wide of range..'. .vibrant with the authentic "breathing" of organ tones and overtones, becaus Magnus uses the same principle of passing air over reeds as you find in the mightiest church organs: : Look for Magnus... for only Magnus is unmatched at its price for quality, cabinetry, and tonal beauty! «»ly $ 129 95 matching table $25°° •Available in blonde tnah.03any or traditional walnut Remember it's a Jot more fun to make music than jus! listen to COME IN! SEE IT! PROVE TO YOURSELF YOU CAN PLAY IT IN MINUTES... Here's New City Speed Analyzer Thft driver of the fittio shown, in the cenier o the abov* phoib was lucky — this lime. However, the next time his autb crosses the tapes of the cit/'s new speed analyzer he'll probably get more than a short talk on speeding from Police Chief Al Boe ;elman. _ Frohvnow on, in fact, every driver who sees thrfront; side of the bright red and while stop sign shown in the right foreground of the photo will revive a summons from the police and subsequently will be required to appear in mayor's court to fa^e speeding cWges. > Boekelman and Policemen Ernie Hitehison and Jim Voigt*were on himd Iriday from 1 to 3 p.m. for a trial and demonstration of the new analyzer —.and many area drivers were halted and given a kindly lecture. ' . , .i-i , 1, i, , /. j The analyzer, which was acquired only recently by the city'to replace an old one which refused to operate, features a complex set of instruments which register a Vehicle's speed to the fraction of a mile, a bright stop sign that flips into position when me speed limit is shuttered, and two tapes, placed, 10 feet apart on the road, used to measure a car's speed as it crosses them. Several of the persons who witnessed,,demonstrations of the analyzer Friday had speedometers of their vehicles checked by the police, (UDM News Mo-Engraving), • . ; Algeria (fa.) Upp«r 0« Thunday, May' 2f, 1919 weekend at the home of Robert's mother, Mrs Eunice Dyer, Mrs Esther Halvorson and Beverly nnd Tom of Minneapolis, Mr x ftnd Mrs Tilmor Halvorson and Steven nnd Lynn of Blue Earth nnd Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and sons David and Dexter of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Marie Hnlvorson and Marvel, They observed Mother's Day nnd also Dexter's birthday. Mrs Mary Bnsnara and Rosnlyn and Tom went to Uowrie on Sunday and were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Kent Moustgtird. Mr nnd Mrs Nobel Ovcrtieid ot Scnrville and Mr and Mrs Albert Looft nnd Grctchen were Moih- crs Day guests at the homo ot Mr and Mrs John Looft, Delmnr Kramersmoier who is n pharmacy student nt Drako, spent the weekend at home visiting hia parents, Mr and Mrs Jonn Km- nersmeier. Mr and Mrs Vernon Jacobson of Hartley nnd Mr and Mrs Jerry Jacobson of Osage were hero over last weekend helping move their patents, Mr and Mrs George Jacobson, t iSunday dinner guests ot tho HUNTING and FISHING by STU MANN Editor Of Minnesota Outdoors Legion Auxiliary At Ledyard Has Election Officers rYou'll Enjoy Your StayMuch More In Minneapolis at the NEW Modem at tomorrow— We*. Hotel Maryland offers everything for you; comfort. Minutes from shops, theaters, auditorium ana pouiw here Southern hospitality jnopedbwrtfc. PARKIN* POIl 9**m 200KOO** t J»SWKWIW1*I«*&P CONFUSING, ISN'T IT??. If you.-have done .traveling around Minnesota since the advent of daylight saving time you are apt to be a little punchy by now. I know I am. Here are a few of the circumstances one must encounter. > Don Forsbei'g and I left Minneapolis the other .morning at eight 'o'clock and arrived in Red Wang at 8:30. The'stores opened at nine. My w'atch told me it was noon when we arrived at Wabasha. When I invited Ray Young, publisher'of the Wabasha „ County Herald, to lunch he asked "Do you always have lunch at eleven .o'clock?" " A few days later,; Jerry Hoy and I visited North"fieldi t; - Fari- baultr Watertown, Waseca, Janesville and Mankato. The time changed when we go to Water- vine. After . completing h i s business (he sells the new Mirro Aluminum Boat) in Mankato, he called his wife telling her we'd be home at a certain hour. Of course there was an hour's difference and we were late getting home. The good people at Waterville are getting into the act. They have proclaimed that Waterville is on BULLHEAD SAVING TIME. | '» , * * LET'S,HONOR DICK DORER 'UNCLE' ED FRANEY, editor of the Isaac. Walton 'SOUTHWIND' had this to say in .the May issue: "According to our count, there should be a balance of about $11,000 left in the specia! "Save Minnesota's Wetlands' fund raised through public subscriptions. Last fall some $9,000 from the fund was expended in the purchase of a 260 acre marsh are;-, near 'Hitterdahl in Clay County and, it seems to me, it's about time that the rest of the fund should be put in use in acquiring .another tract. And it still seems to me that one of those tracts should be named for Richard J. Dorer, former supervisor of game. It -was who fathered the wetlands n'pgram and the public fund was raised mainly through his efforts, Right now Dick Dorer is at iome recuperating from a successful emergency operation that cept him from attending the eague's convention in Philadelphia, Wai Ionian friends can drop him a line at 2104 Emerson Avenue South, Minneapolis, 5 * .#..•'.#. SECOND PRINTING READY The second printing of the MINNESOTA OUTDOORS first annual year book is now ready If your local newsstand, department store or sporting good store doesn't have any in stock, you may obtain your copy by sending one dollar to STU MANN, 3121 Unicversity Avenue Southeast. Minneapolis 14, Minnesota/ You should nave one before you plan your vacation. * * * ATTENTION BULLHEAD FISHERMEN Del Pope of Waterville reports that most fishermen are getting their limits of bullheads on Lake Sekatah. Ledyard— American Legion Auxiliary met last Tuesday at the Legion Hall. New officers were elected for the coming -year ad follows: President, Mrs Gus Simons- meier; 1st vice president, Mrs Ted Green; 2nd vice president; Mrs Kenneth Recce; recording secretary, Mrs Mel Haag. Corresponding secretary, Mrs Glen Klqcke; treasurer, Mrs Wilma MacKinnon; Sergeant - at <• Arms, Mrs Regina Poppe; .Chap-lain, Mrs Paul Gelhaus. ; Plans were discussed for Mem-' orial Day. Mrs Melvin Busch is in charge of the program. Mrs Carlyle Engelby and Mrs Glen, Klocke are in charge of the Flower Girls. Poppy Day is May. 23rd and the following were appointed to be in charge of the airls: Mrs Simonsmeier and Mrs. Manthei in the morning, Mrs William Bauman, Mrs Alvin Busch and Mrs P. Gelhaus in the fafternoon and Mrs Ted, Green and "'Mrs- Richardson at Bight.' .Mrs Klocke served lunch at the close of the meeting. homo of Mrs Henrietta Dontje. Friday afternoon Mrs J. F. Sullivan and Mrs S, L. Powers attended n Mother Tea at Mankato. State College. Mr and Mrs William Kopps of Clarion are the parents of a baby boy born Tuesday. May 5th at the Clarion Hospital. Mrs Kopps' mother, Mrs Florence Yahnke, who has been making her home in New York City came home recently and is now at the Kopps home. She plans to remain in Iowa. Mr and Mrs Robert Dyer and children of St. Paul spent the Glen Johnson homo were Mr nnd Mrs John Ehrich nnd Mrs Lou Ehrich of Elmorc, Minn., Mr and Mrs Gus Simonsmeier, nnu Mr and Mi*s Kcrl Johnson. Saturday evening the E. and R Youth Fellowship held a Mother- Son-Daughter banquet tit UK church. The girls prepared tni dinner under the leadership o Mrs John Krnmersmeier and thi boys served the dinner so the girls and their mothers could be served together. Mrs Wllliun Wiemcr was toastmistrcss for the following program: Toast t Mothers— Karen Darnell; Tons to Daughters — Mrs llarolt Darnell; Flute Solo — - Pam Koi Reading by Donna Kramersmoiei Baritone solo — Terry Hoseborc Poem by Mrs Art Runksmcicr. Howard Smith of Hurlnn suffered eye injuries recently in n freak accident when the wind blew liquid nitrogen inlo his face. m • f% it Tom s Radio IS THE PLACE TO tot RCA-VICTOR TV -*. COLOR tV REPAIRS ROTORS & ANTENNA A. FAST, GUARANTEED SERVICE Be Sure and Sea >he Used TV w« Donated io in* "Sheridan Mere We Come Band Day" auction, Friday, night, 8 P.M. TOM'S RADIO & TV SERVICE CY 4-3260 112 N. MOORE 3 isa 1 I I AMERICA'S BEST SELLING \VEED KILLER 99' I I I I I I I I Here Is effective control for even your toughest weeds I And E8TERON 00 actually costs less per acre than the tractor gasoline you use in spraying it. For small grains, corn, pastures, get Esteron 99-most farmers dol *mDlM«l< or THE DOW CHEMICAL COHrMII ^^B Urt ESTERON 99 Burt Hardware Burt, Iowa (20-21) I I I I I I I I I I I I Karen Schroeder, who teaches at Wellsburg spent the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder. On Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and Craig of Whittemore and Mr and ,'Mrs" Ronald' Schroeder and Russell were also guests at the Schroeder home. Mrs J. G. Swartzell and Mrs Esther Peck of Olin were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs ! E. A. Carpenter'. On Sunday Mrs Hazel Carpenter was also a guest. Mr and Mrs Laurence Pingel ancl family of Algona visited, at the home : of Mr and -Mrs N. A. Pjn,rr e i on .Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Douglas Mechler and sons of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Eldon Dontje and children were Mother's Day guests at the News about the New Rockets! 1959 OtDSMOBIlE NINETY-EIGHT CELEBRITY SEDAN— This magnificent car gives cause for celebration because it offers the luxury of the Ninety-Eight series at a practical, easy-to-own price. The 4-door Celebrity Sedan, is ideally suited for the active, on-the r move American family which wants to get out of the ordinary . . . into an Olds! The Celebrity Sedan is available in all three series— Dynamic 88, Super 88 and Ninety-Eight— , . with its greatly increased passenger and luggage space, at your local authorized Oldsmobile Quality DAU'S GARAGE, 125 S. Dodge 120 W. J. Wedmore and Edward Hathaway of Glenwood claim tofypil of 120 years of membership ijn the Odd Fellows lodge. Mr Wedmore who is 91 years ojd has been a member, for 70 years and (seventy-five year old Mr Hath away has been a member 50 years. TITONKA IltQNKl HIGH SCHOOL WOLTZ STUDIO PHOTOS — DBS FINE 19 59 SENIOR CLASS FROM TITONKA HIGH A GOOD TOWN - IN A OQQP STATE

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