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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1959
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*. m .7" v'M June 18, cronatBpptr J«u 18, W5» Tangles With Power Mower; Second Best Cliff Holding of feurt suffered <M, .skmned and bruised toes on his left foot last week when his shoe came into contact with the wliirtmg blade of a power lawn mower. • , | . Holding was repairing a mower for Pat Bradley, Buft farmer, at the time of *he rrtfchap. The mowers blfide chopped oft ihe top of his heavy shoe and injured several 6f his toes. One toe required stitches when he received medical aid in a Burl doctor's office. When the Wedding Is Over... A Down - Payment Sqvings Can Carry You Into A Home Of Your Own. » Down-Payment Savings lifts you over the doorway into the home of your future. To have your home sooner, open a down-payment savings account here now. Add to it whenever you can and watch it grow. You can almost see your home rising, brick by brick, built by your additions and our above-average earnings' paid twjce yearly. Your down' payment fund here is solidly protected by prudent financial policies and strong reserves. Save for your home with this specialized savings and home financing institution. Now Paying 314% i Home Federal Savings & Loan Association JIEAD START FOR 'SPUDS Roasting 'potatoes at a picnic? If you boil spuds about fiye minutes on your new gjis range, before wrapping them in foil, they'll be done in half the time, says Mrs. R; L, Johnson, Minneapolis, li^inn., — and picnickers won't get impatient! /VACATION Whether your vacation lasts a' week or month, double check details at home before you leave. Stop milk and paper delivery; put all valuables in a safety deposit box; make • certain lights, water, appliances are off and windows and doors are locked. Let a friend know where to reach you in case of emergency. Check luggage, purchase travelers checks. SILENT WORKER One-of the most exciting features of gas incinerators: They're so* completely silent! All burnable trash (even steak bones) burn to a fine powdery ash. There's no noise, because .gas incinerators have no mechanical parts, (Means less maintenance costs, too; there's nothing to .wear out!) Wouldn't it he worth three cents a day to be able to in ROOM FOR IMAGINATION When children -,„ have' too many, * toygfto play with at one time, playing , becomes a chore to Try restricting the number of toys, always keeping 6omM tucked away. W.hen they outgrow or become tired of a toy, replace it with another. You'll be surprised to se« how much the children's imagination and ingenuity are developed when one toy rnust serve-for many. EXCITING DISCOVERY Natural g^s is piped into more homes every day; mort families discover the efficient conveniences of this miracle fuel. They discover gas can't be beat for speed, cleanliness and ease of installation! Aren't you happy gthat your life can be made easier by using natural gas? And isn't it good to know your pipeline supplier, Northern N/atural Gas Company, never lets you down? They continue to supply gas to yqur local gas coin- pony, \vho pipes it into your home. You can use as much as you'd like... to mak« your life that much moit modern! PINEAPPLE SNACKS A s a 1 u t • to Nancy Nuutinen, Minneapolis, Minn., f<fr sharing her tasty coffee- time snack: To make dry mixture for top, and bottom, cream 1 cup granulated s,ugar, 4 cup brown sugar, 1 cup shortening,. Add 2 cup» [; sifted flour, 2 cups rolled oats, % (sp, salt, Mix well with hands till crumbly-textured. Filling: Drain 3% cups pinwppfe, To Q Tbsp, flour,' add drained juice, 4 Tbsp, lemon juice, Cook slowly, stirring constantly till thickened (about fivo minutes), Add pineapple P"^'. ~ ture m a: on to do homemaking's lob for you? The folks Of gas appliance deair will tell you that's all it to opiate a gas in* f> NtrHifm Notwrol Oo» Compuny HUNTING and FISHIM STtJ MANN EdUef Of MlHtt*t6tft Outdoor* BASS OPENING POSPECTS ARE BRIGHT. When bass season opens In Minnesota June Oth, fishermen should have good results unless there is an unforseert turn in the weather. The cold weather has retarded spawning in some areas and it is indicated that the male bass will be on the nest. After hatching the eggs, the fry stay in the nest, with the male guarding them for about 12 or 14 days. He is most vicious during this period whicji means great sports for the fishermen. Lakes in the northern part of Minnesota are apt to farther behind the lakes in the southern and central part of the state. Albin Anderson of the Bureau of Fisheries says that fry was seen in .Minnetonka as early as May 1st , . . and in other centrally located lakes on May 6th. This may mean that bass fishing in the southern and central pari of Minnesota may not be as 'hot' as that farther north. In any case, however, the low water levels and late season should produce satisfactory results in every section. * * » LOTS OF IOWA CARS. Last week Tony Grabner of radio station KLIZ of Brainerd & I were driving from Nisswa to Brainerd. In the 17 miles we 'counted 19 'out-of -Minnesota cars ,. . and 12 of them were from Iowa. There are many fishermen from Iowa haying good crappie luck in the Brainerd-Nisswa area In addition to crappies, Mr anc Mrs Paul Kenngar and Mr and Mrs Gary Lindaman of Ackley Iowa got their limits of northerns and walleyes from, the Bon Repoz Resort at Rush Lake. Mr and Mrs H. C. Rengstorf of Eagle Grove Iowa had two walleyes and two northerns plus six crappies fishing off the dock at Camp Show Me on Norway Lake. They fishec a little later on and came up witr three good sized bullheads. * * * PAR$ RAPIDS, MINNESOTA. The sixth annual press, TV anc radio party sponsored by the Park Rapids Chamber of Commerce and the .Jleadwater Resprter Association provided excellent wea- ttfifr albigt^little" onfttie 'cold side. Fishermen who -wdrked at it It is the opinion of the fisfiei'men in this area that fishing is about ten days behind titnes, which means that when you are reading this column tit*- akes in this area should be |> ducing very well. Northern^ crnppies, a few walleyes and 'a couple of muskies made the tt6w%. NORTHERN PIKE Tony Lane, Jim SeWard. IVan Fuhr and Ernie Webber filled Oft northerns in third Crow Win The largest of the twelve fi- went 4 «nd a quarter pounds. All were caught on a GO-GETTER. An hour and a htotf Inter he gut the rest of the bpys to shfiffie when he entered a 16 poUml northern he caught on Long Lake. At that time there were 14 noftn- erns on display and 13 of them had been caught on a GO-GETTER. This gives you an idea on how a plug gets 'hot.' * * * CRAPPIE DEPARTMENT* Bill Hanisch of the Blue Lodge on Island Lake guided many of the guests to excellent crappie beds. Among those wlfo hacl fine catches of the blaCK beauties were Charlie Johnson Of the Minneapolis Star, Gordon Bnrtusch, and Bob Shafer of WCCO-TV. I fished with Gordie and Bob Saturday evening and came up with two worth talklrig about. Using a Mepps French Spinner, the two weighed a pound and a half and u pound and 'a quarter. Jane Genrich Shower Honoree At Swea City Swea City — Jnne Genricli was honored at n miscellaneous shower Saturday evening at Lli- ther hall. Mrs Jack Van Norman had charge of the program. The bride, Miss Genrich, her mother, Mrs 1 Walter Genrich and the groom's mother, Mrs C. O. Go'e'pt- zen of Mountain Lake, Minn, were introduced to the guests. Mrs Leroy Pillman gave scripture followed by a short talk. Mi's Phyllis Hays of Thompson gave a piano solo. Mrs Van Norman presented a story and Sherry Harnden, Fairmont, Minn., niece of the honored guest, giwe a bal* lot dance. The closing number on the program was 'Jane's Romance' a short story of the meeting of the couple, by Mrs Van Norman. After Jane opened. her many beautiful and lovely gifts the guests were served' lunch, Mfs J. H. Kirby of Fort Dodge"pottr-- ed and Mrs Harley Harnden of Fairmont, Minn, served punch. •Hostesses included Mesdames Frank Bentele, Clayton Angle, ,Carl E. Anderson, Dean Swanson, Everett Johnnson, Erwln Ileidcn- wilh, Dnvid Anderson , George Pearson. Rudy Peterson, Louis Storm-l, Monford TYtorsoc, Roy Pehrson, Jack Van Norman nnd Edna Pearson. Mr nnd Mrs Glen"Curtis visited at the Ellis Miller cottnge nt Arnolds Park Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bec'kler of Skldmore, Mo. spent from Tuesday to Saturday nt the home Of Mrs Becklcr's pttrents, Mr nnd Mrs George Harrier nnd Dnvld. Mrs Eli Anderson gave n coffee in honor of her granddaughter, Mrs Bockler, Friday afternoon. Those attending were Mrs Jnmos .Hnrner, Mrs George Harner, Mrs Verne Anderson, Mrs Wallace Reynolds and Wnllis Kay, Mrs Delmcr Anderson and Ek'imor. George Patterson of Burt accompanied Kenneth Patterson nnd Bobby to Miles City, Mont, last week where they went U brand calves. Mrs Kenneth Patterson and three children ant 1 Mrs Bob Harvey spent three, clays last week visiting the liar vpy's son and family, Mr and Mrs James Harvey at Cednr Falls. Mr and Mrs Keith Cousins ant children of Rochester, ,Minn. were weekend guests of Mr and Mr Clayton Angle. Dr. nnd Mr Leo Schmnll and children o Rockwell were Sunday guests a the Angle home. .•Mr and Mrs W. B. Officer of West Bend have been spending a, few days at the Bob Harvey home. Mrs Cecil Godfredson, Mrs Mervin Johnson and boys and Mr and Mrs Collin Myers and Curtis called at the Nels Godfredson home and at the home of Mrs Cora Stow of Burt Thursday. Mr and Mrs Art Anderson and grandchildren, Dannie nnd Jennifer and Mr and Mrs Arnold Me- FaiMand called at the Carl Lien home Wedriesday evening. Robert A. Harvey spent an enjoyable time the past week as a counsellor at the 4-H boys and girls camp at Clear Luke. Jerry Hesvick, Larry Sitiionsmeir and Ronnie Lincle also altentted from here. Mr and Mrs W. L. Peterson and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Van Norman and family, Mr nnd Mrs Ronald Johnson and Sharon, Mr and Mrs Mancil Hurlburl and, family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Drew and family all of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Jansick and boys of Blue Earth, Minn.; and Mr and Mrs Bob Johnson of Cylinder spent an enjoyable week at Leech Lake. Mr and Mrs Earl Kvamsdale • fam|ly-were 'Sunday guests Mr &nd~ Mrs Arvin Ditsworth of Mapleton, Minn. Mr and Mrs Collin Myers and Curtis of Carborro, North Carolina are visiting for a month with her parents, Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson. Mr nnd Mrs Selmer Uhr at* ended the East Chain School •om'moneetnent exorcises last Frilay evening. Mr nnd Mrs Roy liohlin, who are presently working near Arn- lds Park, nro moving their trailer to n new enmp nl Rock Rnpida his week. Built-in gasrsavers give Bonus Miles f rim r»/v\TTTn OI yOUr mljr JpUJNUO .at Standard Standard Gasolines With built}, in gas-savers give Bonus Miterf every tankful! High octane stops gas-wasting knock. Ace*- roskm inhibitor helps keep car- Iburetors at high-mileage effi- eiency. Cleaner combustion keeps engines freer of carbon. And GOLD CROWN rejuvenates most fouled spark plugs, saves fuel. Change to GOLD Super-Premium or RED •King-Size Regular. You expect more frvm. L STANDARD and you get it STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HRKINS SUPER SERVICE FhefirCY 44378 State & Jonw A Fast Day For Janet, But It Wins 4-H Honors Governor Will Address Mayors Here June 19 The nnniml Governors party to be held in Algonn Friday. June in, will have an additional visiting dlgnitnry, according to word received by Bill Steolo, Al- gonn Chamber of Commerce secretary, Wcrlnosclny morning lie is John Duncnn, current state president of the lown Chamber of Commerce Executives nnd ox- cculive secretory of the Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce. Mi Duncnn will speak at. the evening banquet. The- Northwest, lown Mayors Association nnd the Northwest Town Chamber of Commerce Executives join in sponsoring the Governors party. Events 'begin with Rolf on the Algonn Country Club count- Friday morning with registration from 11:30 until 12:30. The men's luncheon will be held nt the country club at 12:30. Attending will be Robert Sweeney, Sioux City Chamber of Commerce executive vice president and general manager; C. E. (Ben) Fowler. State Director, Iowa Dept. of Civil Defensff; Kenneth FnirnM. District Director of Small Business Administration; Gerald Bognn, Exec. Secretary, Iowa Good Roads Association; E. B. Storey, Director, Iowa Development commission and Russell I. Brown, Slate Director, Iowa Department of Public Safely. The ladies luncheon will ba held at the Algonn Hotel. A fine program has been arranged. Mesdnmes Herschel Loveless, Ben Fowler, Gerald Bogan, Kenneth Fairali, E. B. Storey, Robert Sweeney and Russell Brown will be honored guests. A hospitality hour will be held at the country club from 5:00 to 0:30, to meet Governor and Mrs Herschel Loveless and the other men on the .program and their wives. Governor 'Loveless will be featured speaker at the. G:30 banquet at the Country Club. The Nubbins Quartette, Society for Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartettes of America, Iowa State Champions, will entertain. Algona Mayor C. C. Shierk was the first president of the Northwest Iowa Mayor's Association and with Chamber of Commerce secretary, Bill Steele was instrumental in establishing the Governor's Party. Steele is past president of the State Chamber of Commerce Executives organization and of the Northwest Iowa Chamber group. Amos, Iowa June 9 — A rapid switch from Ihe North Iowa Bund Festival nt Mtison City to the 4-H Girls' State Convention at Ames, June 9, brought more musical honors to Janet Walker, 17, Sweu City. Lust of 24 4-H soloists to compete because of the lateness of her arrival, Janet walked off with top honors—the right to sing the traditional "Four-Leaf Clover" song, Her musical clay was completed Tuesday evening when she sting before 1,700 convention delegates at the opening program of the 3-day convention. A senior of Swea City High School, she has taken first honors In state vocal, flute and mixed chorus competitions. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Rdlph H. Walker, Jr., Janet has been in club work 8 yours. She Is a member of the Swea Sunbeams 4-HT Club. i \ tffl , " i-V Ray McWhorter Of Portland Has Surgery Portland — Ray iMcWhorter went to Rochester for a checkup nnd had surgery last 'Friday morning. He is 'getting along fine and expects to be home in a week or two. lie is in the Methodist hospitaj at 'Rochester. The Andy Naumans of Augus- ii, 1 * 'Wis,, were Friday guests at •Friday, guests at They rela- At Convention Stella Mae Breen, office assistant at the Algona National Farm Loan association, returned Wednesday from a 2-day conference of farm loan office assistants at Omaha, Nebr. Present at the biennial conference were 43 women representing the 48 'National Farm Loan. associations throughout Iowa. The meeting was sponsor- 1 ed by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha. FALL Edwin Arness of Decorah suffered a broken neck recently when he fell. 20 feet from a scaffold. *, «1 tnt the Jesse 'Harms- 'horneY visited other 'friends and lives in 'Portland and around Burt and Algona and were Sun- dny over-night guests at the Jesse Harms', returning to their home Monday. Mr and Mrs Ted .Ringsdorf of Luton, Calif., were Saturday guests at the Tom Trenary home. They have been visiting relatives and friends in Iowa for the past two 'weeks and after visiting a sister of IMrs Ringsdorf's, 'they will go to Missouri where they will visit the Wyott Stott's and Dell 'Fitch's. Mr and Mrs Ray Smith of Wesley were Sunday evening guests at the Tom Trenary home. Richard and Roy 'Dugan were weekend guests at 'the Trenary home. Barbara Ann and Roger Dugan spent several clays at the Harold Beclcer home. Mr and 'Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy called at the Chester Fitch home Friday evening. The Portland Social club met June 11 at the home of 'Mrs Mike Arend in Algona. Two members received gifts from 'their secret sisters, Mrs 'Mike Arend and 'Mrs S. R. Parsons. Games were played. Mrs John Carlson iwon a prize. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps visited at sthe Leroy Phelps home Sunday evening. . ;:;;,. Mr and Mrs 'Herbert Nelson; Kevin and Holly were Sunday guests at the home of 'Mrs Mary" Michaelsen, Titonka. Barry and Randy spent Sunday afternoon! at the Neal Michaelsen home. ,;•>'• Barbara Ringsdorf spent Friday visiting Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky. . ^ Sunday dinner guests at the Dunne 'Mawdsley home were Mr and -Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr,, and family, Mr and Mrs 'Roscoe. Mawdsley Sr., Mr and Mrs Harold Beclcer, Mrs Duane Mawdsr. ley's .parents, Mr and Mrs Hauck and sister Mardell, aJL pf.Humf 4 boldt, in honor of the *wo babies that were baptised "Sunday morning in the Prfisbyteriani church, J3urt. MerriH Victo^, son of Mr and iRoscoe 'MaiWdsley {/mgwmceat EXCITING spray NEW FRAGRANCES Qwen's Guard AND ENCHANT Jr., and Verdean Dua'ne, son ol Mr and Mrs Duane Mawdsley. • Mrs Fred Davis accompanied her parents, Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney, B u r t, <to Plover where they attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs C. <R. Her.; Leroy 'Davis, who 'graduated this spring and is now working in Osage, came home to spend the weekend with -his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Davis. -•*' Mr and Mrs C. L. Yourig spent Sunday at Clear Lake, guests of Mr and Mrs A. W. Young. The Victor Youngs were also guests. Mrs Bernard Phelps 'called at '• the Dwight Rice home Thursday ; afternoon. "Patience is the art of solving problems by letting them alone." Creameries In Area Sponsor 4-H Awards The Kossuth Dairy Quality Association will sponsor the county boys and girls 4-H dairy award program for 1959 and 1960i Awards made available to 4-H'ers by the association will include — the dairy showmanship trophy at the Kossuth County Fair and award trip, money to the boys and girls .demonstration contest winners. Members of the Quality As* sociation sponsoring the •dairy- awards program are — ©wea City Cooperative Creamery, Bancroft Cooperative Creamery, Ledyard Cooperative Creamery; Titonkei Cooperative Creamery, . Wesley Farmers Cooperative Creamery, Lone Rock Creamery, Feriton. Cooperative Creamery, Whitte* more Cooperative Creamery, Dolliver Cooperative Creamery^ Burt Cooperative Creamery-, Brown's Dairy, Armstrong Creamery and Lakota Creamery, p Each *n •nchtntlrtfl •t * prl«« yow'M Rusk Drug €r Jewelry Meet June 22 ; To Discuss " , *£ New Chemicals '»'! A meeting as scheduled fag Monday, June 23 «t 7 p. m, ' observe the results of ne'v emergence weed v ehe«i'ical, ments on corn, according -to L, Barnes, Kossuth • sion director. The meeting >wiU be'.Jielo, J, TrunWwW's farm, east o| 'Burt on, A wtes of plots r . May 45, wiHh *W &*.

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