The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1959
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Mill Bag -•-•>••'. / i Paul Brown of Adair recently suffered a brokeil collar teofte when he was striick by Mi flying ntail bag. When the mail sack was threw* fitttte^he^^' it Hit hifn lr\>tsid' ttie "ankfes ana 'leg's and knocked him over. \ Brisk Sale Of Cars, Trucks Is Reported Sales of new autos and trucks in Kossuth. county shot Up during the past two weeks, wilh no less than 45 registered in the of- •iice of the county treasurer. New owners are: Ford — H. F. t)reyer, .'Fenton; .tohn Rippentrep, Buffalo Center; L. F. Lappe, Bancroft; Allen Bens- MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH of England, and heir thoter, Algonai A)tiericfen Ag. HER {{JJ? 8 ^,"^" coming to America again. This time Metzger, Janice Glawe Wed JuneH At Corwith Things ate shaping up ... TV screens, that is.'Several TV manufacturers are ciianging the basic Creamery; Milton Uhr, Swea City; and R, A. Sarchet, Algona. Buick — J. H. Eich, Bancroft. Rambler ~- Arthur Ashton, Al- goha; R. M. Pehrsoh, Swea City; and Glenn Patton, Armstrong. Chrysler — A. , E. Anderson, Swea City; and J. G., Hellman, Bancroft. , :, ; . ' / Plymouth — Elizabeth Doyle, Bancroft; Donald Jacobs, Elmore; picture >tube design ;io a , more rectangular shape? increased viewing area. The nevr design should hit the market in about a year.;.. , : ; Colo? TV is better. than ever come in and see the beautiful models We have on display. Matt Dillon (Jim Arness) wants io turn in his Marshall's badge but CBS win hold him to an other year on "Gunsmoke." If you don't have UHF, summe is the time to put it' in. UHF gives constant reception, with n interference from other channels. Tony Bennett and, Teresa Brewer will take turns on 'Perry Presents," the summer -replace, ment for; the "Perry Como Show. THAT'S RICH ---' •For'the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N. Moore — CY 4-3260). jcjaiiu*. ui.t» j • *"*W**M*X* vww~~~, TT • i G. W. Wegerier, Algona; and Ed- tne ilh Welter, Algona. GMC — Garrigan High School, bus, Algona. Chevrolet — Frederick Goetsch, truck, Lu Verne; B. J. Keefe, jjedyard', 'QuaKer Oats' Co., Algona; George Peterson, Titonka; Gerrit DeWaard, Titonka; L. A. iNewbrough, Lone Rock; G. 1. Gould, Swea City; Jessie Newel, I icated. CHICAGO HAS BEEN KINDOFA ^^ W ORDforthe^ roval families. Once, Mayor William Hale iliompson i to Clinch King George in the nose if he turned up there, when Elizabetn's great-grandfather, then the I »nce of ml Hiier Edward Vil, visited Chicago m IbbO and was shown a shfpToad of grain being sent, lo his mother, Queen i, he absent-mindedly spat into the gram. * * * THIS DIDN'T GO OVER SO WELL WITH CHICAGO, nor did ToVal family like the "nsuing remarks. And the dictator of ChicSo society Mrs Potter Palmer, declared she wouldn't kow S^ h he lh ParmTr dl lamViy. AUer^U they were oniy inn Keepers-proprietors of the Palmer House. S'SS'^^i^.S'^^^^ LU. iuv. .*', fueling more graciously inclmue toward Chicago. Mercury — E, P. Kemna, Ottoseir: A. R. Willrett,, Algona; Jess Dugan, Algona;, W. W. Foster, Algorra; D. F. Clark, Lu Verne; and.Kev, N, M. Coughenour, Al- Ponliac — Max Ulrich, Algona; and Harmon Benson, Algona. Cadillac — W. E. Wiemer, Led- yafd. * * l *" 1957, SHE COMPLETELY IGNORED TOM'S RADIO & TV publicly given in BACK IN *«<»»»< »*»•«- —— r , , this column, to come to Algona and ..— ---. forgive a snub like thai, but 1 am not mad „„ ^ uro . _ husSand, Prince Philip. I'll bei she didn't everi tell mm I asKed, them to come visit us! * * * REALLY DON'T THINK I'LL go so, far as to tell Prince Gored Noel Stark of the Grand River community is recovering from injuries he suffered recently when • was gored by a bull. The bull do vou suppose hogs the whole m Ilia background and wails around, lor somebody * * * off to some of his old EVEN WHEN PHILIP IS SHOWING her Slake f lateral Homes , "Uriclerstancling Service 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxvgen Equipped pals he met while he 'mm lirst and slap him don't come around to "Well, you old son ten Janice Marie, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Elmer Gbnvr, Corwith, ;md George, son of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Guenther, Rritt, were married at 7 p.m., June 14, at First Methodist clnirch, Corwith Rev. L, J. Tlunion, pastor, read the double ring candlelight ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. Margaret Guenther played or music preceding the ceremony and the traditional werl- marchrs. She also accompanied Mnrinnn Glawe and l.yli uirlcy, soloists. The bride, Kivon in by her father, wore a floor IcnRth nown of bridal sal in with an ovcrskirt of embroidered tulle and scattered satin rose petals. A of pirated tulle tapered n bnu-h train. The fitlod bodice was of embroidered tulle with a scalloped no.ekMne ant Ions sleeves. The fingertip yoi was held in place by a headpiece of tulle matching the skirt. Flower flirl and rinfi bc-nroi were- Sharla Kortc, Hritl, anil Aryln Coaltcr, Ida Grove. Mariann Glawe was her sister's maid of honor, Janice Kraft, Omwifh, JuanoUe Guenlher and Mrs Robert Imlay were bridesmaids. Eugene Guenlher was best man; Jerry Gault, Bernard Theu- Icn and ' Roger Johnson were groomsmen. Ushers were Henry Wcbcr, Fred Diekmann, Cecil Glawe, Jamos Locbig, Hob HM slman, James Earlcs and Phil Mikkelson. Gift ushers wen Hob Loebig and Dennis Glawe Following the ceremony a reception was held in the clutrcl pallors for 200 guests. Georgia Gaskill was reception busies and Cindy Bilbrey was waitress A foUr-liered wedding cake wa baked, cut, and served by Mr Ethel Beer, assisted by Katbry Kelch. Mrs Grace Difkman erved punch and Mrs Georg OU\we poured coffee. Mr« Jflet» . ,.«,» Theulpft kept ' -thr gUfoU'• teok; and Ellen Haxiswirtb, M«ry • and Michete HupliCs the gift-). Th bride was graduated frmn hlfih Rriw>1, Hven nt- ttnded Drake Univrsity and^is now employ oil at Corwllh. The bridegroom grnduHtcd from Hritl iiigh Scliool and reci'iverl M defiree from lown State College- this After n wedding trip Mr and Mrs tluentbcr will bo al home mi the Gucnthor faun hear Britt. fhttfKfoy, June 25, J|59 Algona **^^^ihk^ "^ '}, Irvington 4-H Girls, Parents Have Banquet '.,.••.' ^igg^vpw w m v _.. —~ SPEAKING The Irvinglon Ideals 4-H dub hold its annual Pnront Banquet Sunday, June 14, in the St. Bon- edict school hnll. The girls pro- pared and served ii chicken sup- icr. Knron Seilor WHS chuirmun of the food committee. Mary .tnnice Arndorfer was muster of core-monies, Joanne Klemm welcomed the parents nnd Judv Fridercs introduced special '-ucsls, Ann Walters, Mary Staudt and-Mrs Martin Seller. Entertainment was furnished by memberr of the 'club. 1_J(J \Ji\J VUL4. WWj »—'** • •• "i wears the pants in the family. PHILIP'S WIFE PROBABLY has a pretty good figure. She ashamed of! „ '> * # that he had a real good time. DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING "Royalty of Hearing Aids". ALGONA HOTEL TUES.. JUNE 30 9 a.m. To 12 NOON- Batteries and service for m makes. You are inviled lo co in. AUDIPHONE CO. Gil Fleming Bldg. 6th & Walnut Sis., DM Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer. DO YOU... SEE IT? FEEL IT? TASTE ST? HEAR IT? SMELL IT? No you donMl Yet it's fhore 24 hours a 'day, 365 days a year, working for you. You know it is because you can see television and lights; feel heat or cold it puts out; taste the excellent food prepared with it; hear your radio or phonograph; and smell freshly laundered clothing. It does so many things for you, you don't even know it's there. You know, how- evor, the instant it isn't there and you miss it. It is your Electric Servant. Make use of it. It is the lowest cost labor you can buy/ It is electricity. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 1 •*« By Bringing You FRIGIDAIRE Frost-Proof Food Freezers Investment Securities and Mutual Funds WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: get in some pretty good angling.^ f IF PHILIP WOULD LIKE TO examine vvhat his wife's mink process myself. "^ „ „ Affiliated Fund Broad Street Investing Corp. Chemical Fund, Electronics Investment Corp. Fidelity Fund Fundamental Investors Incorporated Investors Massachusetts Inv. Trust Minnesota Fund. Inc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Funds Wellington Fund HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS All Offerings By Prospectus IARSON , Jlingsied, Iowa PHONE - V.Qlwnteer 6-.0648 . . REPRESENTING Minneapolis Associates, Inc 697 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis 2, Minn. WITHOUT QBUQATIQN TQ Ml I WQUM> WKS TQ KNOW MORE ABOUT INVI5TMINT OPPORTUhllTIES NAME ADDRES5 lor him. * » * IF PHILIP SHOULD WANT TO WHOOP it a bit, there arc ; -i HP COUld liaVC a aUlCK uiuw ui ni>- i-jin«i»». ----- j-' ---- , , io the-V F W for a famous Friday night Jam session.. He could ,i in at the Moose for fun and games, and see what's doing at the on If lus'leet are loo sore to go skaimg al our roller link, It I eouid take in a movie al either the down-town theatre 01 tl t dn'/e-in And any number of impromptu quartettes gathered or town's Kitchen's after midnight would be more than glad to wcl come Philip if he sings even u passable Jubl tcsnoi. SO YOU SEE WE ARE PRETTY sophisticated here in Algona SO lUU £>£.£> W E. ./IJTHJ f- *v*J* » • „..,!.,»..«... -— - - - - -How To Cook £ Wolf, is most interesting. U was wnlien durmg liuv. xu \^wrv i .,,.,,,,, ,,, /,<,t>o u/iih «hnrt;iU(-'S. Scvuiai ow o , the wa« and tells ajl sorts ol ways to cope with „, n water fish — red snapper, bass, northern pike, etc, Clean and scale fish remove fins and place in a deep baking dish. Season well f silt . Sd peppei-, do P t with butter. Add the follpwmg vegetables: ..,'. ; ' ,', 1 cup, chopped celery 2 onions 1 medium sized green pepper 1 small can mushrooms 1 small can peas 3 'tomatoes n-- 500 degrees, Basle the fish several time& : Don't overcook, it takes about 30 minutes. When done add 1 cup cream and- replace in the oven for 5 minutes. — GRACIU. -»^^ *--' si - ' f " 1:i * '"•'*'*•• Ir kru' -;, •' -*•••>*•• •'? ••!' •

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