The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1967 · Page 35
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 6, 1967
Page 35
Start Free Trial

8—Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Moinei Thursday, April 6, 1967 Meet Nat'l Farm Bureau Head Three of the 14 Iowa teenagers attending the National Youthpower Congress in Chicago March 29 to April 1, visited with Charles Shuinan, president of the American Farm Bureau arid chairman of the National Food Conference, following the awards banquet Wednesday night. From left are: Rebecca Creager, Simmer; Bonita Kiilsliolm, Algona; Linda Leuenberger, Sumner; and Slmman. The teenagers earned the trip on the basis of projects completed in the area of food nutrition and food careers. Homemakers In Eagle Township Collect Funds SWEA-EAGLE -Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Harvey C. Larsen Tuesday. Members spent the afternoon making nut cups for Easter for residents of Heritage Home at Bancroft. Present at the meeting were Mrs. Virgil Tokheim, president; Mrs. Ktjniiotli Brones, co-chairman; Mrs. Irvin Smith, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Jim Koons, Mrs. Johnle Tobin, Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski, and Mrs. Art Larson, assistant hostess. Eagle Homemakers sponsored the Heart Fund drive, and donations totaled $53. plans are to have the April meeting at the home of Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski. - o - Mrs. Amber Stow of Algona, reports that her grandson is one NOW READY TO SERVE YOU! BOB WINTER CONSTRUCTION CO Algona, Iowa 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN: New Homes - Commerical Building — Cabinets — Farm Buildings - Remodeling Concrete and Masonry Kitchens and Baths Repair Work - All Types of Building Construction. ALL JOBS PERSONALLY SUPERVISED ASK FOR FREE ESTIMATES Phone 295-3820 Algona of the 18 finalists in the Merit Scholarship contest in Pennsylvania. He lives in Philadelphia, He is the grandson of the late Perry Stow, and the great-grandson of the late James and Cora Stow of Burt. The young man has been accepted as a student at the University of Nebraska. The Everett Johansons were Easter guests at the Ole Johanson home. Easter guests at the Weldon Brandt home were Mrs. Hilda Fosgren, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jorgensen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and Eric. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and Eric moved to the Virgil Blomster farm in Eagle twp. where the Ormal Guinns farmed. The Andersons came here from River Grove, Dl. where he was an interior decorator in business with his father, Anton Anderson. Mrs. Anton Anderson is a sister of Mrs. Weldon Brandt. The George Andersons have one son, Eric, in kindergarten. Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt spent Friday and Saturday- in Minneapolis visiting their daughter, Judy Davis. Mrs. Danny Peterson, Estherville, heard from her husband for the first time in six weeks from Vietnam. He wrote that he was with a group that destroyed a Viet Cong torture camp near Saigon. Danny is the son of the Hans Petersons. Wednesday guests at the Hans Peterson home were her sister, the Ted Toms, Boone, and on Thursday guests from Boone were the Raymond Wiegels. Treva Peterson and Mrs. Danny Peterson, Estherville, were Easter guests at the Hans Peterson home. Easter dinner guests at the Harvey C. Larsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thoreson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski and family, Mrs. Anna Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Holcomb and Jerry Thompson. SUPPLIES-FIXTURES • FIXTURES Choose from famous Kohler, Crane or American Standard. • HEATING UNITS & AIR CONDITIONING All sizes, styles, and models by General Electric and American Standard. • WATER SOFTENERS Try Bruner for truly SOFT water. • DISPOSALS Wash your disposal problems down the drain with IN-SINK-ERATOR. • EXPERT SPOUTING INSTALLATION AND REPAIR, IF YOU'RE BUILDING, REMODELING OR IN NEED OF REPAIRS SEE US ! Algona Plumbing & Heating 214 E STATE 295-5240 Timely Aids, Ideas Protect Your Investment James and Caryl Larsen came Thursday from Northfield, Minn, to spend the Easter holiday with their parents. Easter dinner guests at the Mervin Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Stow, Humboldt, Mrs. Amber Stow, Ames, Mrs. Nels Godfredson, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krantz and Marlu. Paul Eric Himes was born March 17 at Los Alamos, N. M., to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Himes, daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine ofSwea City. The baby weighed 7 Ibs., 11 oz. The Himes' have a daughter, Lorine, 3 1/2 year- old. Mrs. Luella Himes, V,< City, is the paternal grandm itne, and the Emil Larsons, Swe?.City, and Perry Torines, Bancroft, are maternal great-grandparents. The Francis Torines joined other relatives and friends to help Mrs. Minne Cole celebrate her 79th birthday recently at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hurl- bury were Saturday evening callers at the Maurice Lien home. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hurlburt werr Easter dinner guests at the home of their daughter and family, the John L. Blacks, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Gies attended the funeral Saturday at Humboldt for Mrs. Arthur Schultz, Estherville. She had been Mrs. Gies' school teacher and former neighbor. The Leo Crowleys have been making frequent trips to the Holy Family hospital to visit his father, Joe Crowley, who has been a patient there for several weeks. Mrs. Hans Peterson, with her daughter Treva, daughter-in- law, Mrs. Danny Peterson, and Mrs. Einer Hanson, all of Estherville, enjoyed supper together at Estherville. Notes Of iServicemen FT. BENJAMIN HARRISON, IND. — Army Private Eldon R. Meyer, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Meyer, Whlt- temore, Iowa, completed an eight week pay specialist course March 27 at the Army Finance School, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. He was trained in the payment of civilian and military personnel, handling of travel allowances, and accounting. Instruction was also given in business law and pay regulations. Pvt. Meyer's wife, Joann, lives at 671 5th Ave., Des Plaines, 111. - o - U. S. ARMY, VIETNAM — Army Private First Class Terry J. Dixon, 20, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dixon, live in Bancroft, is participating in "0- peration Sam Houston" in Vietnam with the 4th Infantry Division. He was airlifted into action Feb. 20. "Sam Houston", which began last Jan. 1, is a search and destroy operation taking place in the Central Highlands near the Cambodian border. Pvt. Dixon is a cannoneer in Battery A, 6th Battalion of the division's 29th Artillery. His wife, Jane, lives on Route 2, Bancroft. - o QUI NHON, VIETNAM- Army Private Daniel C. Rentz, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz, 717 N. Minnesota St., Algona, was assigned to the 554th Engineer Company near Qui Nhon, Vietnam, March 8. A bridge helper in the company, Pvt, Rentz entered on active duty last August and completed basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Rentz is a former student of Algona High School. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSfID 21001 21006 20216 Modern Plumbing 'Eye Appeal 7 and An essential furtor in ^oll- itip or rc'iitint! I'lilfr honic~ i< interim aitKi< nvoruv-.- (>~\->c- fiylly ID -,i. v - the F'lumtmic Kixiiin 1 tiifpr-' A.-.-ix'i.iti'in Htiildpr* thrniiL'hoiit thi> n.i- tinn ;irc> conconti'dtine ><i} tho insUillHti'in of mlorcil h.tth- icioin fixture 1 .- ;i.~ prime mov- crs in the s;ile of new home-;. To compete with contempoi • ;iry hcines on tlif real c-i.itr market, older huu-f- must sprine up: ;ulr| n>lor. <p;ici»u-- ness and fonvfiiienc'p Smnll. crnmpi'il bathro >ms with anti(|ii;itt'(l. noisy, fixtures, unsightly piping ;md worn flooring are conspicuous eyesores in older homes. \Yith the wide vjiriety of lined, colorful Ixithrooin product> now Mvnilahle. remodeling is a valuable and wise investment. For example, modern lavatories, toilets and bathtubs- are made in many pleasantly matching pastel shades, ^'unity dressing tables, for bath or bedroom installation, come with custom built storage cabinets and vary in shape. Triangular, square, rectangular and especially fitted corner models can be obtained for placement 'where space is at a minimum. An important new fixture currently being introduce:', in American homes is the bidet. Long a standard feature throughout Europe and South America, the bidet is commonly installed adjacent to toilets to permit easier and better rectal hygiene. Installation of new, colored fixtures in an older bathroom together with proper lighting, ventilation and attractively- toned, painted or wall-papered walls will add eye appeal, convenience and luxury. The owner who wishes to rent or sell will find that modern, sanitary conveniences will help move his home faster and at a higher price. Advance planning and the proper selection of fixtures are important to a successful bathroom modernization or expansion program. Before modernizing, the ex' istlng bathroom should be examined to decide whether more "elbow room" can be obtained by re-arranging the fixtures. Space-saving fixtures now on the market will add precious inches and avoid that cramped, crowded appearance so characteristic of old-fashioned bathrooms. If you plan to add a bathroom, it is wise to look around the house for a good, Installations Help Add More 'Buy Appeal 7 to Home convenient location. Many average - size h o m e s offer -pace pn-sihilities for n second or third bathroom. A •waste" area under the stairs, an unused closet, an unnecessary pantry, or even a portion of 'a large bedroom might well hold tne Key to extra facilities. You should also consider the number of people who will be using the new bath. Careful selection of fixtures can reduce bathroom conges- tion and give lasting satisfaction to the entire family. The little extra time spent in advance planning for your bathroom will be well worthwhile. Above all, give careful thought to the fixtures; they are the basic foundation of a beautiful and comfortable bathroom. EXCAVATING STUMP & ROCK WORK Trenching - Footings - Cable • SCOOP WORK • DOZER WORK • TILING • Water Lines • BASEMENTS SURFACE DRAMA:: • SEWER LINES Pit Run Gravel & Black Dirt Available Anytime Rackhoe & Dragline Services •Loading & Hauling RIDING'S Gravel & Excavating ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3661 A WELCOME ADDITION TO ANY HOME! C7v o d B P t» 090 g o o o B nra D a mry B a o 0 tnrv t'ft o rvwrrt t Self-Cleaning [Oven Range! Lowest Priced flfta«OQ«aooo«0«oa«noooBBB« too o o o o fra.o. o on *J» • B • B Q Q ft_Bjji_«0- Q * B o a a a g fl pj Q o o o o p o q o q o < CLEANS ITSHI Replace your old range now . . . You don't have to worry about baked- on grease and grime 'n your P-7 Oven! Just set the dials, latch the door . . . it cleans itself . , , electrically! • Set oven timer to turn on and off automatically. • Hi-Speed, self-cleaning Calrod in > surface units. • Roomy storage drawer adds space to your kitchen. • Large capacity oven. • Clock and minute timer. • Grey oven interior with light for clear viewing. Model J-329 30" Automatic Range North Iowa Appliance Center •tip r 5.TATE A I PHONE

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free