The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1959
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: s,-i", r -\i4*' '-, r ~ ./:C>V i "•\4," 1 '.;>'"#' 4-Algonfa (ld : ) Uppftf t)»* Tnunday, Od. 1, 1959 • Mr end Mrs AJvin Peterson ,attd family spent Sunday at Hum- .boldi with the latter'S parents, -Mr end Mrs Jens 1*etersfon, "; Mrs Vern&ll Lujlwig, Vern and • Steven were at Clear Lake Sun- 'day, guests of Mrs Ludwig'p .'-mother Mrs T. P. Joyht, and help«ed her celebrate her seventy- birthday. Mr end Mrs Button ArrdWood hdd as guest Mrs Alice ^Kennedy and son f Robarl, Den,Ver, Colo., who also visited the -Jathsr, Pred Seliknow. The din* "•ner that evening was also in oto- 7servance of the thirteenth birthday of the Arrowood's son, Gre- ;gary, <* Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison twill have as guasts from Friday • to Monday Mrs Mary Walker who !;is coming from Chicago where *she hss bsen visiting her son and ^daughter-in-aw, Mr and Mrs *A<rtbur Messenger. Mrs Walkec »,stiends the winters in Arizona. "•She & her husband, the late Will ,_Walker, are well-known residents * Mr and Mrs Roy Bjusirom have J^been visited by Mr and Mrs E. *iA. Eklund, Minneapolis. They *also 'visited Mr and Mrs L. R. !£ Walker and Mrs Bessie Walker *»~and called on Mr and Mrs Oliver *"RoUpe at the Good Samaritan £Home. The Bjustroms gave a j» dinner for them at which guests *«were Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton **and family, Mr and Mrs L, R. * Walker and Mrs Bessie Walker. Mrt e. M. Humphrey had as guests Sunday her sons and daughters-in-law, Mr nnd Mrs Merle Huttiphrey, Webster City. and Mr and Mrs Allen Humphrey, Fort Bodge. Mr and Mrs ftoy Bjusirom h*v* receivtsd word from the Jattcr's sister, Mrs- H. W. Kuecker, Tucson. Arf«., that after many week? of hospitalteatian, she is now at her home and recovering quite Mrs Olio Westling and daughter Lavrrljj returned Saturday from Stratford. They visited Mr and Mrs A. C. Isaacson and were also in Boonc nnd Webster City with relatives. They were in De> Moiaes and saw Khrushchf-v, Mr and Mrs Ernest William* had the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Merle Wood, Waterloo, as weekend guests. Other recent visitors were Mrs Williams" aunt and brother. Mrs William Hierich, Monett, Mo., and Howard Turner Rock Island. 111. Mr and Mrs Robert Parrish spent the " weekend in Des Moines With their daughter, Gay Ann, who is! undergoing therapy at Yonkers Memorial hospital. Gay Ann was stricken with polio June 26, a very severe attack, from which she is gradually showing improvement. Mr and Mrs Ed Wilcox were at Rolf'e, Sunday, guests of Mrs WiJcox' mother, Mrs Thora Pet erson. It is costornflry for the families to meet together each hionth to celebrate 1 the birthdays arising at that particular time September birthdays observed were Mrs Sterling Simonsen ana Cherri Simohsen. Troop 23 met Monday, Sept. 28 at the Episcopal church. —The meeting opened with the flag ceremony. *The color guards .Sandra Hagg, Cheri Boeckholt See the Series IN COLOR m , f IT'S THE PALL, FOR •* 'IT, •«** THE ANNIVERSARY—"better-than-ever color TV \ jcpn^ole 'with 260-sq,-5ncb picture. ' v "'C61or-,QuiQk tuning. With mirror«,'{ sharp .picture. • Prices start as low as... ....,„.. ; ' " No payments till aftor Christmas, <V;'>. ?, • Full Service Coverage for I year; - -W"j «• W. Tom's Radio & TV RCA Sales & A. H. S. • it>i 'K/^-w 1 :^: s $$3^,<-^t$£^&s^s^^ - • '. ^'"J, -%, " ' v ;• ' J1 4-'C.' ' ' .*'•*" ^' *. '"- ', ,1''^". J :». ~v',"?»%. gv" <%','-,- •'* •, •; .-*< '-.'>' -\\ .;; * 4 5• • ^-^ ji-'r.s^r^w^.f.y.^ ;. . - \,:"*i '•^.^.^'^,^^^^^.:^ 1 •4^;t-!v•^^/t^• :' . . :",<\\\<* "' • ,'*r- v,,-:,>.-;/:'^.''v^t.^^ ,w,.^.,.^..-, f ;\ • > >-:><,**•*, " -.'-..'-;"•,,':''.,,;.;;; '^^^y'^^A*^ 1 ^^ •'' ,. Buffalo Ctfirttfei* fcftd Victor Hi OUU* *• TT "C Mr, ant Mi* grid Ml* «Irl ttobM Lake. Mrs Krominga & a daughter M the HobbS, ; > To Stcte Board Pat Cowan, Algona high school senior, was ctawriod QU66n 'of the 19S9 Algona Homecoming Friday night during halftime ceremonies at the. fairgrolmd§.< She? is'fshown in the center of Ine'abbve photo immediately after the crown was placed on her head. The crowning took some of the sting out of Algona's, 27-7 loss to Clarion in the Homecoming football gamfsfor the large crowd present. The other three queen Candidates, "all seniors, and three, escorts are shown behind., itfe 'newly- crowned Queen Pat. The girls, left to right, are Sriaron DeGtoote^'Cindy Hardy and Pam Waller. A vote of the student body at the high school determines the queer! ^selection each fall. Miss Cowan is a daughter of Mr and Mrs K. S. CoWatt, (Dusty Isaacson Photo-UDM Engraving) Algeria's mayor, •& Vas a 'member of.& thfe^mati panel at a meeting" called 'by tht Ames, Industrial Development Corfl, fcn'dvthfe engineering' df- partrnent ofrtoWt Slatfe Univefy sify at Ames.YiigMSy afteritbori? He was also later named to 'a six* m'aft btiard which will organise a State" organization oi' industrial development xasrporatlons. •> Other Algofaans ,<at the meeting were Bill Steele, Jack Limbaugh, Jim Palmer and Ray BjUstfonii ''-"... It was recommended at the meeting that a state organisation be set up. ' The six board rfterri* bers will hold their fifst meeting here Tuesday, > Oct. 20, and begin formation " of ' the ' state gcoup.' Iowa State 'University is'iettihg Up an industrial development department at the present' time. It ds designed 'to' offer aid to any industry, large or' small, in the state, on questions concerning products, etc. Susan Linquisl presented the flag. Sharon Sundct played the piano. Reports were given by Sandra Hagg, Susan Evans, Carol Teeter. Thanksgiving favors are being made for the Woodward hospital. aS^, Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising service at the Algona Upper Des Moines, including advertising bills, 'radio-spots if desired, and free auction listing. If bad weather forces sale' postponement, youi ad re-run without charge for new sale date under our original 'weather insurance" guarantee See us for early sale dates. Far,m - sale, season in- again approaching, and two salets'^/iates have now been arinounce'd as follows: Oct. 1 and 2," Thursday and Friday -— Loren Brown Estate sale, dairy cattle and machinery. Sale at farm, one south and % west of Algona from highway 169. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. Sale details next week. •An assortment of auction sales will be found in today's Upper Des Moines as follows: Oct. 3, Saturday — Home in Algona, Alfred Scherer, * owner Dale Yungeberg, auctioneer. Oct. 8, Thursday — Mrs Matt Fisch farm auction sale, 1 west of Sexton and % S0 uth, 12:3Q p.m. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. • Oct. 9, Friday — Sale of two .Algona residences at Auction, in Estate of Lillie M. Young, at courthouse. H. W. Miller, executor. Oct. 12, Monday — Estate sale of 160 Ernest Tjaden estate farm, 4 west and one south of Ring- sled. Clark & Clark, auctioneers,, H, O. Beneke, clerk. Oct. 13, Tuesday — Peter Erpelding & Sons, boar and gilt sale, one west and % south ol highways 169-18. Algona Upper Des Moines farm sale: advertising reaches more farm homes each issue than any other advertising medium; sale date listings arc free — when you pick your date, let us know. Bound Over ForO.M.V.I. An Elmore man, Herman Imm, was bound over to district court and bond set at $300 after Imm waived a preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here this week. He was arrested by Patrolman B; L. Urban after he ran into a ditch in the Titonka area. He posted bond. , The following persons paid $5 fines and. cOsts in Shierk's court® also this,week: Edward Cook, Algona, allowing an Unauthorized person to drive; Merlyn Altman and Ronald Wiese, Algona, speeding; and -Richard Olsen, Sexton, careless "driving. Cook's fine was suspended. Local Has Showing At L.A. Fair Kay Isaacson has* been honor-* ed by the, selection of her work now tjeing ( <. exhibited un the In- ^el-^atio'nal Exhibrtioht of Photography at the Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona, Cal., Sept. 18 through Oct. 4. • The photographs selected are' entitled "Frenohy", "H e i d y", "Fluffy Pal" and 'Misty Angel," Earlier this year, special juries of fellow photographers, all holders of the Master of Photography degree, selected these among other photographs from over 5000 entries in the annual competition of the Professional Photographers of America, and only 125 prints were chosen. Ncit'l Letter Week - < The 22nd annual Letter Writing Week will be celebrated in Algona during the week of Oct. 4 to 10 it was announced today by Postmaster W. W. Sullivan. Postmaster Sullivan stated that the special week should serve as a reminder to write Titonka Church Cornerstone Laid Sunday The Good Hope 'Lutheran church at'Titonka held its cornerstone laying services Sunday af- • ncrnoon with Rev. M. A. Schulz, a former pastor, officiating. Foreman Henry Hayen, assisted by ^d BrsMt. William Fritz and Herbert Rakow, layed the cornerstone. Rev. B. H. Schwerin, pastor of the church, was presented a towel as a gift. Items placed in the cornerstone were" the Holy Bible, service book and hymnal, Luther's small catechism, list of families of Good Hope Lutheran :hurch, constitution, list of officers, Sunday 'church bulletin, cornerstone laying program, contract of building, September messenger, •50th anniversary booklet, Lutheran Standard and Titonka Topic. The Building committee, besides the chairman, is Arthur Rike, secretary, Harry Bartelt, Sylvan Hanna, Jerry Boekelman, Herbert Rak'ow and Arthur Rode. It is anticipated the finishing of the church and. dedication should take place some time in June of 1960. Lewis C. Heifner has been confined to. his bed 4 weeks with-a severe back injury. He was hurt while attending the state fair. Mr and Mrs George Thompson" of Ledyard and Mr ajid Mrs Vee Muliin of Cass Lake,.- Minn., 'visited him this .week. Mr and Mrs Donald Baade and Mr$ and Mrs Eugene Ostermann attended the conservation field day at Clarence. They also visited at the Jim Kuchenreuther -home at Msrshalltown.- ' ' A family gathering and picnic dinner was held Sunday in honor of-'Amos I^rominga. who "was cel- sbrating his birthday.. In atten- Area Highways Get New Signs The low State Highway Coni mission has begun faibrieatini 7,827 no-passing signs which" wil be erected on 17 of Iowa's m'os traveled highway^, including U.S. highways 18 and 169 running trip for 2, do so f&'M6K days left to register. No obligation and Whlng to buy. It Is our way of welcoming you to bur bank and its facilities. CM few UM to Hundreds Now Using our* driven Join the martr folks uifng ' our drive-In teller- Window .on the tioHh side ef our building. AAd you'll find FREE CUSTOMER PARKING there too. A MODERN -BANKING | SERVICE i , % ';.Use-bur easy "Baitk-by-itiaii** plan Our bank is as near as trie closest mail box., Stop in for handy forms and eh- velopes. ' • - v ,* ' ' •f " i ' > Security State Bank The Friendly Bank Member Of FDIC Algona LCOME, BANPSi YES, A BIG WELCOME T<5 THE,22 BANDS llth ANNUAL KOSSUTH BAND FESTIVAL WHO WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE. IN ALGONA THIS COMING SATURDAY New Supt. Named For Weidenhoff Sheet Metal Dept. Ted Charles has been named superintendent of the sheet metal fabrication department at tho Weidenhoff Corporation here, it was announced this week. He, with his Wife, Dorothy, and then- family, Karen, 12, David, (3, and Janice , 4, have moved to Algona from Kalamazoo, Mich. At Kalamazoo he was plan* man^gef of the Kalamazoo Furnace and Appliance Corporation, insulated steel division, and formerly foreman of the punch press department of the Rudd iManufa'cluring Corp. no is a navy veteran, having served as torpedo' man on PT boats. . JPM Classifieds Pay Dividend* GRID GUESSERS 1 CONTEST By Ol' Man Mose Upsets! Upsets! Upsets! *• Yet, John F. Shay Jr. of Baricroft hit ,16 games right out of 20 last Saturday, in the second week of the Grid Guessers Contest. He was the only one that did, and he- 'Wins first prize $7, Second and third place was ,a tie, dach with 15 correct a ? d ^ a high ? ame toial of 56> The actual high game total was 58. So. W. W. Gillespie of Algona and -Larry Sorensen of Fenton will share the second and third place money, or each will receiye $4. Also in the 15 right bracket were Mary Alice Kfein, Sexton; Jphn Lensing. Bancroft; Orville Kinden; Algona (last week's winner); and Richard Banwart/- West Bend. Their high game totals were a little farther off the mark. ,, ^ W i lh 14 " 9ht were Jack Munch, Fenton,' Rick Slobe, Al Slobe, Mrs Ralph Moe, Mrs Garland Bradley. Mrs Richard Moe, and Mrs Lewis Gilbride, all Algona; Lamont Jansen. Bancroft; and Mrs J. Bisenius, Whiiienwre. - And we have one occupant on the Mourner's Bench for the coining week* Mi's jHelen Gorber of AIgona ( with only eix right. Mrs Garber's big mistake was 'picking the teams that SHOULD hjjye won. The groups of 13, 12 and 11 right were stacked higl> when the judges finished checking results. And now th.e Big Tfen race gels underway and it looks like a 1 hot season. How you picfcirjg lows and Northwestern this week? Your entries MUST be in by Saturday noon or postmarked ihen» Some entries were received with afternoon postmarks, Saturday. They vn\l not be counted, AH j/Aih p.opujar thin otCfi&be • <- "> t, • > i -^ J ^ i f 4'-' , ^ ' ^/ soles.'Come in'-and" seiwteen The girls who have -all the fun wear- by the- makers-of Buster Brown Widths AAAA to Es At Same Old Price BROWN tut SHOE STORE ALCONA. IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES .CARE QFiYOUR FEET PHONg CYpress 4-4371 -. , •• fSafe:!*?.*:^^^:': • _ IT NOW! At Our Special Red Carpet Pre-vue ! !! Dan's Olds and Rambler ..

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