The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1959 · Page 11
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Winddlfr cleaners at* not the only men whose occupa- . iloii is haiardous. We recently read of & maaailne edltot *ho dropped eleven stories ..into a wastebatkftt. A teacher placed her hat in front of the class, and told them to write an essay on it. For several, moments nothing was heard shabby?" . % "ThMe'6 nothing nevf Hinder Ihe sun^ said old Solomon. Btit h§< hadn't s*en the bid lifen* "kitchens i id • live * in ?f KOSSUM COUNTY around which today's builders ate, fashioning the modern American home, according to the American-Gas , Associa- hbtt. Your Grandma Would be light at home 'in it. She'd need a day, maybe to gel used to, its sparkling new labor. saving appliances, . but its spaciousness, charm and "livableness" she'd take as a mat* ter of course.. , . The big advantage in being a wolf is, you Can Whistle while you work. ' • ' ' ' A young mother says -that after putting her two children . ^to bed one night, she changed into a droopy blouse' and an old pair of slacks and proceeded to wash her hair. All, during the shampoo she could hear the children growing 1 . wilder and noisier. Finishing V as hurriedly as possible, she 'wrapped a large towel around 'her head, stormed into~ their room and put them back to • bed with a stern warning to stay there. As/she left, she heard her two-year-old say • to his sister in a trembling ^yqice: "Who was thai?'< > A man walked into a small railroad 'station and asked the ticket agent, "Is the New York train on time?" "Yep!" said the agent. TJhe man sat down on the platform bench' and waited . . . one hour, passed. Then two and then three. Finally the train pulled into the station. "I thought: you said the train was on time," he said accusingly. "Son," said the ticket agen|t softly. "I ain't paid,to sit here and knock the railroad." '. fin Grandma's time, the kitchen was the heart of'the home. Most , of-the family's meals were eaten there, and family life tended to center around the big kitchen table and. the black finished, silver trimmed and intricately orna^ mented gas range •—- a. real symbol of the "good old days." Today's builders use the riew gas appliances to pace the trend to subtle color schemes. Appliances so orosaic .in function as *gas furnaces and incinerators are now -. available in a variety of colors. And .today's gas ranges and refrigerators are gala with decorator tints. ..;.-. Little Boy: "Why did Noah take two of each kind of animal in the ark?" Little; Girl: "Because he didn't believe the story about 'the stork either." ; A young man, trying to impress his date in a restaurant, told the waiter: "Bring us two orders of Giuseppe Martinelli." ... "I'm sorry I cannot do so," said the waiter. "But it's on the menu," declared the young man. "True," said the waiter. "But that's the proprietor, and he's out of town." Grandma' kitchen is back again — but with a difference! Today's housewife/like Grandma, can. be with her family and guests while she's preparing her meals. And today as 'in Grandma's time, the kitchen "is the homiest, most livable, most-lived-in room in the house. But the homemaker today, unlike Grandma, has a legion of faithful gas kitchen servants ready to do her work with a touch of her uncalloused fingers. And at the end of her day she's still fresh and eager/ for an evening of fun and relaxation. ;, * . '• * •'•'••*.-•:•• * "' "The paratroopers were aloft for their first jump. Everything went off in perfect or. der, until the last man came forward to jump. "Hold itl" shouted his commanding officer, "You're not wearing your parachutel" "Oh, that's all right, sir," replied the recruit., "We're just practicing aren't we? "Oh, what a funny looking cow," the chic young thing from the city told the farmer. "But why hasn't it any horns?" "There are many reasons," the farmer replied, "why a cow does "not have horns. Some do not have •them until late in life. Others are dehorned, while still other breeds are not. supposed to have horns. This cow does not have horns because it is a horse." * * * " Only One Game Sunday, Kossuth Baseball Loop Ayrshire bumped Humboldt, 3*2, in the only, game in the Kossuth County Baseball League Sunday, Wet grounds postponed all other actidn; Algona will travel to St. Joet Humboldt ^to' Whittemore; West Bend to Ayrshire; and Mallard to Lone Rock for games this Sunday. , Standings W West Bend —:._2 Ayrshire ~__.._2 Algona —, „.__! Lone Rock 1. iVhfttem'ore' A Mallard • 1 Humholdt 1 St. Joe 0 Weubker hurled the Ayrshire win over Humboldt ,'Hendrick- Sen and Johnson - Worked on the L 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 hill for the losers," who are near the loop basement for the first time in several years in the league. ' . ,4 Farm Bureau Will Field Softball Team Ricke - Vitzthum Weddi At Wesley Plans for the 1959 Farm Bureau Softball program were announced today by Harry Naff- Eiger, Kossuth County Farm Bureau president. He said Kbssuth County Farm Bureau; is eligible^ to enter a team in the men's and women's division, bf the program. The ' county teams 'will, compete in an area' tourney Aug. 23. The county m'ay also? enter a boy's" and ' ' girl's team in the Farm 'Bureau Young People's tournament. The area winners will' advance to the .state tourney, Aug. 30, at Boone. 'The .state winners will compete ;. against the Dlinois Champions Sept. 12; v Last year more than 650 persons from 30 counties p'articipat- St Joe Jr. High Leads Catholic Baseball Loop St. Joe moved into the top Spot in the Catholic Junior High Baseball League by winning two Of three games played during the past week. The loop leaders have a 4-2 record. Standings! W L St. Joe ..* 4 2 St. Benedict 2 1 Algona Braves -.3 2 Algona Dodgers -2 2 Whittemore ^._^.l 2 Wesley 1 4 Results of games played last week: St. Joe 5, Wesley 3; St. Joe 3, Algona Braves 2; Algona Braves 8, Wesley 0; and Algona Dodgers 4, St. Joe 0. Games are played each Tuesday and Thursday in the league. Bancroft Legion Jr's Beat Algona Bancroft racked up four runs in the home half of the first and another ; pair .of counters in the bottom-of the second and went on to post a 6-4 win over Algona in a Junior Legion game»played at Bancroft May 26. . Four walks, an error and a bin- gle by , Donahue sent the first runs ofithe contest home'for the winners. A pair ,of errors and a walk accounted for the two second inning runs. The score rem'ained 6-0 until the top of the fifth When an error, walk, stblen base and hits by Froehlich!; and Fickibohm sent home three Algona ' run& The losers got their firjal tally in the top of the seventh on two walks, a pah* of errors and another hit by Froehlich.. Loebach hurled and Bob Reed did the catching for Algona, while Hutchinson did the pitching and Schiltz the catching for Bancroft. ' Each team' got three hits. eil in 1 . the .first softbalLvprogram - "" County Farm Bureau Presidenl Naffziger urged all Farm Bureau members who would be, intei-est- ed'in playing,, on the. county team to contact the county Farm Bureau office in Algona. LIGHTNING Lightning hit a circuit to. a fife alarm whistle during a ^re' cent , -storm in' Glenw.ood causing Burt, Robert Cnrlsoh* and Paul MeNoills of Algonfi, the Palmer Pearsons, Harold Sehwoahs and Mrs Ruth Johnson of Britt, the Art Larsons of Buffalo Center, James Larson* of Mnnkato, Minn.; Pvt. Paul Carlson of the army, homo on leave; the Frank Johnsons, Tnny Pearsons, Stanley Simpsons, Leonard Larson, Oscar Johnson of Wesley Harms of Burl. nnd Alvina Dolores leek Valedictorian tuVerne High the Glenwood' residents to head for their basements. The; whistle sounded .continously for about 30 minutes in the false alarm.' With OAS Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance, problems* By L. S. Bohannon Delores A. Leek, shown here, daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Leek, St. Benedict, was named valedictorian of the graduating class at LuVerne high school recently. She is now employed at. the Iowa State Bank here. Mr and Mx*s Leek were hosts to 41 .guests who honored Delores following graduation exercises at LuVerne. (UDM Engraving) Wesley — Joan Ricke, _....„ ter ot Mr and Mrs George Uleke, became the bride of Michael Vitzthum. son ot -Mr and Mrs. George ViMhum May 26 ift St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rev, Buckhol2 officiated at the double ring nuptials. The bride Was given in marriage by her father.- The bride wore a white floor length gown of mte Chanfilly lace over taffeta, with a wfde panel front and back of lace with short peplum on the sides, over a full ruffled tulle skirt, fitted bodice of Chnntilly lace over taffeta. The sleeves extended to a point at the wrists. It had a scalloped sabrina neckline and was buttoned down ,the back. Her veil, elbow length of white imported English bridal illusion dropped from ,a queen crown of pearl and sequin-trimmed lace. She carried a, bouquet of red roses. ' -. Janice Vitzthum, sister of the bridegroom,, was maid of honor and Mrs Ar'den Havlandj aunt of the bride was bridesmaid. ' The bridegroom's attendants were Dean Ricke, brother o£ the bride and Paul Bode, a friend of the couple. Breakfast was served to, the bridal party at the Luke Youngwirth home. ; The wedding dinner Was served to 90 relatives and friends in the Johnson house in Algona where the reception was also held. The young couple .treated their many friends and relatives to a wedding dance in the Duncan Dance Pavillion, after which they; left for Washington, D. C. on a wedding trip. , They will live in the farm house to be vacated soon by the Ben Studcr Jr. family. The new Mrs Vitzthum is a 1955 graduate of Wesley high school and had worked as oMice girl for a time for Supt. Mullip. Mike is a 1951 graduate of Wesley high school and is assisting with farm work, shelling and tracking. f i Banns Published Banns of marriage 'were published in St. Joseph's Catholic church for the fh'st time for-William Koppen, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen of Wesley, anc Helen Renger of Bancroft. She will be honored at a shower in Str Joseph's parish hall Sunday afternoon. The yotfng folks wall be married Saturday, June 27. Banns were' also published for the first time for Lorraine Bleich, daughtdri jof i Mr and ''Mrs Leo Bleich "'and Jerome Gallogly of Mason City.. They will be married here Saturday, June 27. Judith Seaberg, 12 Judith Seaberg celebrated her 2th birthday May 21 by having a,birthday luncheon at the parental, George . Seaiberg home, after school with her Sunday School class and teacher, Mrs, rloward Funnemark as guests. Members of the class are Ron- lie Johnson, Denny Funnemark,, Linda Simpson, Janice Leek and Judy Seaberg. Others- present were Nicky Alexander, Bobby Bolenus, Charlene Asa, Helen and Reuben Skow, Mrs Joseph Skow, Mrs Garel Leek, Mrs Louis Simpson and Mrs Robert Bolenus. Hold Reunion Fifty relatives gathered at the Raymond Carlson farm home Memorial Day for a family reunion and farewell party for Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson who are leaving June 3 on a trip to Sweden. A picnic dinner was enjoyed by all and the group presented the Carlsons with a zipper robe. Those present were the Axel Carlsons, John Carlsons of linns, Boenken of Britt, formerly of Wpsloy, had svrrgery nt Mason City. Mny 25. Leila Jordan and Carrie Ensen of DCS Moines spent the holiday workend here. Mr itnd Mrs Dennis Wohrspnn ot Whittemore, mourn the loss of n (laughter, Kimbcrly Knye, who wns born May 20 in an Emmetsburg' hospital but failed to live. Mrs Wehrspnn is the former Sharon Hnrr, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Hnrr of Wesley. Hr>r sister. Cheryl Harr, is staying with her. Officers of WSCS were installed in the Methodist church Sun day morning by Rev. Rob'er Jones. , Mrs Mnry Bradfield Charles and Mary Mullin trans ferred their memberships to the thimdoy, June 4, 1959 AlQona (la.) Upper DM Meltifi^S Is in oral church, Vacation Bible School session this work in the odist church. Eslelh? Alexander of Long Fiea-oh, Cnl. is spending this week \vilh hw ^cousin, Mrs George 'tmorinK and family. Cheryl Woggins of Thor was a Sunday guest in the Dotmering home. .Mrs Antoinette K.ouba was brought home Sunday from St. Ann hospital, Algono, where she had been for medical care. Mr nnd Mrs Cecil Baylor of Olney, 111, spent several days over the holiday weekend at tho Lawrence Baylor home. Memorial day guests in the L. H, Kleinpetei* home were Dr. nnd Leon Smith and Mrs Don Moleney of Fort Dodge. Tho David Kleinpetors joined , them for'n picnic Saturday. Eighty persons attended the party Sunday evening in UK Methodist church parlors young people who graduated thi< year. Emma Wise and Opn Nygaard were in charge of the program of music, readings ant games, Ella Eden, D'Loras Pric •and Clara Price were in charg f the lunch. Mr nnd Mrs Frank Johnson, Mr nnd Mrs Halvor Flortf Jr., ho Tony Pearson family, Trudy SPSS, the Stanley Simpson fam- ly, Robert Sepffld and Mrs Ruth lobnxon of Brit.1 attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr nnd Mrs Wallace Donovan at 'heir home at Spirit Lake. Keith Havcrly, who attends an irl school in Hollywood, is spending n 10-dny vacation at the par- enlnl Jim Havcrly home. Sunday guest* nl the Luke Younxwirth home wcro Mr and Mrs E. N. Kaloplostoa and children of Manknlo, Minn., Mr and Mrs Jack Vit/thtim nnd children and their parents, Mr nnd Mrs George Vilzthum nnd Junlco. Mr nnd Mrs Maurice DeBocr nnd children, Derm nnd Dawn, loft the fore part of the week on a four wock trip to California. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackorson report n now great grandson. Mark Allen, born recently to Mr nnd Mrs Dennis Long of Esther- villp. Mrs John Youngwirth lef Monday for Ludwlgsburg, Oer. whore hor husband is stationed. yCHEVROLEt/ ANNOUNCING Change of Skelly Lessee Sharp's Skelly Service 302 W. State, Algona Phone CY 4-3497 Dear Friends: QUESTIONs Will ordinary theft 1 or burglary insurance pay for loss of a stone from a | ring or other jewelry pieces? ANSWER; No, such losses are specifically excluded "unless actual theft can be proved. For persons owning valuable jewelry there is a form of insurance which will pay .for loss of stones, Any competent insurance agent can give you the details. * if you'll address your ourn insurance questions Jo this, of* lice, well try to give you the correct answers and there wil be no charge or obligation o: any kinds " LS.BOHANNON 8 N, Podge CV 4-444 • Bancroft i t By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman This is to announce that I have leased the Skelly Station formerly operated by Russell L. Sharp. Hereafter, the station will be known as "Witham; Skelly Service." Since I am acquainted with many of you, I would like to extend a hearty welcome and invitation for you to d rop in for a visit. I am looking forward to meeting you as well as many new friends whom I have not as yet had the pleasure of meeting. Ralph E. Witham ' Skelly Lessee - ; » I - ; j. ••'«,' :*, < ; '-•' ' -• -• i HOOD TIRES SKELLY BATTERIES SKELLY ACCESSORIES SKELLY GASOLINE WITH KEOTANE FREE! WI A BRAND NEW 1959 C H E V R I }V i , \i ! V? WITHAM SKELLY SERVICE Attention Bowlers Mrs pelen Tostenson -returnee to her home here _after a three month visit with relatives in California. Relatives from here attending graduation for > Pat McGuire Tuesday evening were Kenneth McGuire, Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire, Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss, Mr and Mrs Richard Menke, Jan and Kay and. Mr and Mrs Tim Doocy of Ledyard, Mra Lawrence Bergman and family and Denny McCliesh. $. large group of relatives and friends went to the home of Mr and Mrs A! Lensing Wednesday, plowed 35 acr«s of : bean -ground and prepared it for planting- Mr Lensing suffered, a heart attack several weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Bernard Carpenter went to South, Dakota Monday to attend the graduation of her brother from college. flfelen Renger and William Koppen, Wesley, went to Mis* souri ^Tuesday where they attended, •: graduation for Joseph Renger, son of A. J. Renger. .iMr and Mrs Leon «Fox, Slue Earth, spent Wednesday- evem'ng at the Lawrenpe iJergman frome ,'Donna 3e^gman» S.N., Jpseph school of nursing, spent the wjth her parents, Bergmans. , ' ' AS OF August 15 My wife and I will take over management of the H H JI^^Bk mi mi - H i& HH • flBi BVJII^^^HI^HlHi^Vr From Ernie Godfredsen We Will Appreciate Your Participation In League And Open Bowling, We Are Glad To Be Back in Town! » Mr. and Mrs. Art Ashton FREE! NOTHING TO BUY NO OBLIGATION • V • • REGISTER NOW At The Following CHEVROLET DEALERS Who Are Members Of The Chevrolet Dealers Ass'n. Of Iowa. Kossuth Motor Co. Algona Elbert Garage Whittemore , Peterson Chev. Co. Swea City Montgomery Buick-Chev. Esiherville H & N Chevrolet \ Spencer Boyer Chevrolet Hartley Burns Chevrolet Lake Park Swenson Garage Ruthyen Hoston Chevrolet Sibley Brookfield Chevrolet Sutherland Garner Motor Sales Garner Schaeffer Chevrolet West Bend '\ , Carr Chevrolet , . Jensvold Chevrolet Buffalo Qe»f« Jv , v Yeakel Garage I £ __ ( t.» i ^f f ** John H, Junker ,^ Kuehn & Bruesewit* ^•__fA._..* J T .&* ~ .-ft

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