The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 27
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10-Algona la.) Upper De* MoinM Thursday, July 6, 1967 • •^••••^•^••••••••iHI WHAT ARE THEY DOING? BY STEVE WALLER Linda Seller likes meeting people and serving the public. She does both while earning educational money at Hank's Dairy Creme, where she has been employed for two years. A 19G7 graduate of Garrigan High School, Linda is the hardworking daughter of the Julius Sellers of .the St. Benedict area. She has three brothers, Jerry, Mike and Henry, and a sister, Marilyn. While working in Algona, she stays with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Seller. Miss Seller DOES meet people. Many customers are travelers passing through Algona. Since she started working in April, I960, Linda has met people from just about every state in the land from California to New York. Truckers, campers and scores of tourists make for interesting conversations, though short the conversation must be. Because of the job, Linda has been able to help people in some small way and at the same time further her education. Another asset to Linda's summer job would have to be a crew of easy-to-work-with co- employees. These gals make it fun to be at work. Pat McGuire, Janet Cink, Connie Schultz,Mary Willrett, Barb Colwell and Mrs. Myrna Gregson, who helps out during the school year, are her •teammates.' "And, of course,' as Linda says, "Mr. and Mrs. Furst (owners) are great employers", which is another big reason for Linda's contentment on the job. With a rotating schedule which finds her on duty from either 10 to 5 or 5 to 1 , Linda keeps busy from start to finish. Though UELIA COLEMAN SCHOOL OF DANCING SUMMER SESSION guest instructress Karen Lierley, of the Washington Ballet REGISTRATION JULY 5-7 10 A.M.-4:30 P.M. 24!/2 E. STATE 295-7069 GRADED CLASSES IN BALLET, CHARACTER AND 'MIME new students welcome 8JUULJUULOJULOJULgJ»AJAflg.B g 8 8 JLOJLSLJLJLJLgJLgJLfiJlJ Those who know MINNEAPOLIS Know / MOTOR HOTEL For Convenience . For Friendliness. . [like Atmosphere., .. For Luxury Accommodations. . . . For Budget Rates ... For Resort, . Easily Accessible to All Highways, in.', I i,.|it,'hiful An i; Suili- il I H.I.I Mi l.il AV It.-.l Ki Si / S'A MIMIIIIL' 1'oitl • ( '<> ii|ilrli Hoi. -I IXCEUENT FOOD iMil" ]'ii-.' 'I V I'lfiv An.i I < C Iclrrn • liuliy Sill.-i Si- Amplt Frw Pt'king in F'onl 01 Tour Room SINGIE ROOMS DOUBLE ROOMS $19.00 105M.50 jmjri I ' IHll in ismc lO'Jin «illi Ma 6 \n iB8 46Gb HOIIDAV MOIOH HGIjtl M H, ( ;i 1M j rl her primary task is waiting on customers, Linda also has responsibility for cleaning, restocking and arranging the merchandise. She also spends some time filling the dispensers and mixing the tasty treat toppings which arrive weekly. At the start it was a little difficult. Linda had to master and memorize many different flavors, prices and sizes of goods. All in all, however, this learning process didn't throw Linda. She says one of the nicest things about her job is the customer's appreciation for a satisfy ing treat. There ARE times- about noon and three o'clock every day when Linda is "swamped" with work. These particular hours of the day are really fast and furious. The noon rush begins about 11:30 in the morning and carries well into the afternoon. Then Linda must prepare herself for another wave of "coffee- breakers" in the afternoon onslaught. She is kept hopping in these two sessions. When not at work, Linda likes to swim, sew, read and participate in, as well as observe, various sporting events. As for the future, our young employee plans on helping serve people in a different way. Linda would like to follow up a career in nursing after attending St. Antonian's School of Practical Nursing at Carroll. She will be there a year and hopes to eventually reach her goal as a registered nurse. Right now, you might not need Linda's services as a nurse, but when she prepares your order you can't help feeling a little better. (UDM Newsfoto) Allan K. Adams To Livermore Bank Position Allan K. Adams of Livermore began working at the Livermore State Bank this month as agent for American Mutual Life Insurance Company of Iowa. He will also handle various general bank duties. A 1961 graduate of Twin Rivers High School at Bode, he served six months active duty with the National Guard at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and recently completed his six year military service obligation with the battalion at Humboldt. He was discharged as a sergeant. Allan, who is the son of Mrs. Beulali Adams and the late Carroll Adams of Ottosen, attended the Fort Dodge Community College for a year and for the past year and a half has been a career underwriter for Humboldt County Farm Bureau Insurance Services covering seven ton Services covering seven townships in the county. Prior to working for the Farm Bureau, young Mr. Adams was employed by the Agrico Chemical Company in Humboldt. He married the former Miss Mardell Hauck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hauck of Humboldt, in August of 1963. The couple has a daughter, Virginia, and they are members of the Livermore Methodist Church where they are counselors for the Methodist Youth Fellowship. CHURCH NEWS Methodist W.S.C.S. general meeting will be held at 9:30 in the church dining room Thurs- 'day, July 6. Program by Mrs. Anton Didriksen. The church music workshop of the Methodist church will be held July 9, 10 and 11 at Sioux City. The Iowa area annual summer school of Christian Leadership will be held July 9-14 at the First Methodist church in Clarion. The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod will hold its 47th regular convention at the Conrad Hilton Hotel, New York City, July 7-14. Some 1,000 delegates and advisers representing the 2.8 million baptized members of the 120-year-old church body will review the Synod's program for the past two years and make plans for the next biennium. Rev. Rex Spicer, pastor of St. John's, Fenton, and Ben Groen of Swea City are delegates from the Algona Circuit of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Wm. Dau and Mrs. Elizabeth Helmke, hostesses. The evening circle will meet at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Richard Groen and Mrs. Gerald Klatt, hostesses. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchised dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. MR. AXD MRS. Hans Johannsen have been here from Waverly visiting the former's brother, Henry, and at Whittemore with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pertl. The Johannsens are well-known former Algonans. MRS. MARGARET Hofmaster and her sister, Mrs. Jean Wads* worth, have been visited by their nephew, Dr. James Bushnell, wife and little son Jimmie of Birmingham, Ala. Dr. Bushnell's father, Archie, will be well remembered. Dr. Bushnell has made arrangements for a week's stay at Templar Park, Spirit Lake, for his aunts and they were there over July 4th. MR. AMD MRS. Clair Blossom had as guests a few days last week the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal, Forest City. They also visited the parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Mn. AND MRS. Duane Riley ana Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Funk were supper guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch at Humboldt. They had been former Algonans but moved to Humboldt in May. MR. AND MRS. Nick Reding are being visited by their granddaughters Georgia and Connie Reding, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reding, respectively, Phoenix, Ariz. They will be here several weeks and will visit with Whittemore relatives and others in the area. MR. AND MRS. Paul James have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis and Mrs. Rea Hutchison, Waterloo. MRS. J. B. ASA has had gall bladder surgery at Rochester, Minn., and is making good recovery. MRS. LEE LAWSON, Mrs. Thelma Tschetter and Trudy Bartholomew are serving as counselors at freshman camp, Lake Okoboji, this week. REV. BILLY GOOD PASTURE of the Nazarene church has resigned and will leave Aug. 1 for a charge at Glenwood. MR. AND MRS. G. W. Stillman left from Mason City today and new to Williamsburg, Va. where they will spend a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. John Morrill and daughters, Sandy and Betsy. The Stillmans will then travel to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, to visit Mr. Stillman's sister, Mrs. Ray Koon, for two weeks. Mrs. Morrill and her daughters will accompany the Stillmans. DR. AXD MRS. John Morrill, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, will be moving from Williamsburg, Va. to Sarasota, Fla. in the middle of August. Dr. Morrill has taken a leave of absence from William and Mary College and will join the staff of New College in Sarasota, a college established recently for exceptional students. MR. AND MRS. Charles Sheakley and family returned last Sunday after a week's vacation north of Bemidji, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Joseph D. Bradley returned Monday from a weekend fishing trip to central Minnesota. Their sons, John and Timothy, accompanied them, while Teddy stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley. DR. AND MRS. Donald Kingfield returned Tuesday from a weekend trip to Lake Hubert, Minn., where they were guests of Mrs. Kingfield's grandparents. Accompanying them were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Burroughs, former Algonans now living in Carroll. The Kingfields met with friends Saturday evening at Manhattan Beach in Cross Lake, Minn. Fishing was extremely good during their stay. MIKE, TEN YEAR old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Potter of Nevada and grandson of Dr. Ray- Potter and Dr. A. J. Easons, is recovering from surgery performed at St. Mary hospital, Grand Rapids, Mich. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hags called to Decatur, HI. last week by the death of a relative who was found in bed and had apparently died in her sleep two days previously. Mrs.Hagg's brother, Lee Reed and Pete Reed, Dell Rapids, S. D., also went to Decatur for the services. MR. AND MRS. Albert Hagg, former Algonans until a few years ago, are here on a visit which will probably end with their coming back here to make their home. All the children live in this area and they feel they would be happier back here and if they desire, they can go to California during the coldest weather. Recently they were at Iowa Lake fishing and were accompanied by Ruby Dodd, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Matz. MRS. PETER HALSRUD has been visited by Marcella and Cordelia Halsrud, Bode. MR. AND MRS. Russell Werts have had as guest Mrs. William Ward, Cedar Falls. MR. AMD MRS. James Guffey, former Algonans now living at Albert Lea, Minn., were here one day last week and called on Evelyn Cady in whose house they once lived, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, with whom Mr. Guffey roomed before his marriage, Mrs. Elizabeth Post, and a few other ft lends. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" THURSDAY & FRIDAY DOUBLE TICKETS! *1OOO AND SWEEPSTAKES DX; WAGNER D-X SERVICE 304 N. Jones Algona 295-9111 NEIGHBORS GOOD KNOW TO AROUND THE TOWN& COUNTRY Meet Edmund Frideres Of Algona I Our Country Neighbor this week is Edmund Frideres, who farms two miles southwest of Algona. Edmund was born in the St. Joe area and has lived on his present farm since 1948. He farms 650 acres with about 300 acres in corn and 200 acres in beans. In the livestock department he will raise between 700 and 800 hogs and year and presently is feeding 52 head of cattle. Ed and Mrs. Frideres, the former Lorena Bormann of St. Joe, have eight children. Jean Ann, 23, Mrs. Jim Godfred'son, lives in Cleveland, Ohio, and Sheila, 19, attends beauty school in Mason City. Dennis, 21, is at home and helps with the farming. Charles, 16, attends Garrigan High School in Algona, and the other children, Edna, 14, Marion;, 13, Randy, 9, and Steve, 7, attend St. Cecelia's school. Edmund does a little fishing, but with a farming operation of this size he says there isn't much time for anything other than work. Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Heating Sheet Metal Gas or Oil Units Pumps Water Systems Complete; Fixtures Phone 295-3640 ALGONA Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS SALES &'SERVICE Phone 295-3501 ALGONA T i \ INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER ggggjas HUB' i ALGONA IMPLEMENT z i YOUR IHC DEALER Phone 295-3501 Algona .-,~. ........-WW..U. t ia»vesier dealer, AiXiONA IMPLEMENT CO., pictured above is located at 1417 Commerical in the northeast part of Algona. The International Harvester line of farm equipment and motor trucks is supplemented with other equipment lines such as Farmhand and Mayrath as well as power lawn mowers, boat motors, lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. "Service Is Our Most Important Product" is the slogan of the Hall brothers and that is why they carry one of the largest parts departments in northern Iowa. Their shop room is the finest and most ample in this area . . . and housed in a fine modern concrete block structure. You'll find plenty of private parking and room for used machinery right at the front door or side door, you might say. The Hall brothers and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT crew invite you to stop in — anytime. Buscher Brothers ImpL Minneapolis Moline — Kelly-Ryan — Papec New Idea Farm Machinery f Sales • Services • Friendly & Courteous Always N. Main St. Phone 295-3451 Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY & SERVICE Located east oC Algona on highway 10. Phone 295-3561 ALGONA Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires GEHL STANHOIST OLIVER CMC trucks FIRESTONE tires Phone 295-2421 ALGONA <H

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