The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1961
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14 Vie For National Guard Queen Honor One of the 14 attractive area girls shown above will be named Algona National Guard Gueen during presentation of the "National Guard Revue" in the Algona high school auditorium next Tuesday evening 1 , April 25, A get-acquainited night and round of picture-taking activities was held in the Guard armory here last Thursday night, April 13, after the Queen candidates had been selected. Winner of the local'contest will travel .to the National Contest at Sioux City in May and the winner of that contest will be awarded an all-expense paid, one week sojurn at Las Vegas and a screen test. The contest here and the National Contest are both based on beauty alone. ' ;* it 116 ^S 86 show Tuesda y night will feature many -top-flight acts .that have been seen on top TV shows. Tickets for the fuffll evening's entertainment are being sold by all members of (the local Guard unit and,will also be on sale at the door Tuesday evening. _ Entrants shown' above and their sponsors in the contest are, left to right, Gloria Bronson, National Guard enlisted men, Elaine Rogness, Crystal Lake, Judy Lenz, Rodman high school, Mona Kahl, Brutt high school, Gail Elsbecker, Algona Upper Des Moines, Helen S™ 8 ' Thelma's Beauty Shop, Burt, Julie Vipond, Naitional Guard NCOs, Charlene LaBarre, National Guard officers, Sherry Read, Kiwanis club, Karen Navoichick, Livingston Tool, Marianne Schade, Beecher Lane Appliance, Kathy Bay, C of C Salesmen's Bureau, Ju ^y GfrbeivAtgQna high school, and Agnes Elbert, Garrigan high school. (Nels Isaacson Photo-UDM Engraving) Choral Club At Bancroft Sings At Carroll Bancroft —; Members of the St John's Choral Club who will go to Carroll Sunday through Wed. nesday to take part in the Choral concert being held there are: Richard Schiltz, Richard Lensing, Richard Egan, Richard Clark, Patrica Dolan, Margret Alvery, Jane Lampe. Sister Mary Cleo and Sister Mary Alberta accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Arnold Schiltz and Richard Egan took them to Carroll. HRST OF ITS KIND WITH INCLINED SHAKER PAN HOPPER FEED Wie ALL NEW FORAGE BLOWER THAT * breaks op wads * stops bridging in hopper * is easy to approach FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ABOUT KOOLS NEW KB30, KB40, AND KB40 FORAGE BLOWERS, CONTACT* BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 10T5 N. Main Algona Mr. and Mrs. Geo: Merron are parents of a daughter born April 14 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs. Margret Merron, Waterloo, came for an extended visit at the Merron home. Miiandi.-rMrs Edward Garry, Charles City, spent the week end with his brother, Tom Garry and family. Mr and Mrs B. H. Sudemier, Minneapolis, spent Monday here looking after his farm interests and visiting friends. Mr and Mrs Walter Schiltz re- :eived word of their first grand- jhild, a son bora April 16 at St. Ann hospital to Mr and Mrs Donald Schiltz, Algona. Mrs Mathilda Hartkoff and Mr and Mrs Merlin Hartkoff, Aurora, Mrs Agnes Hartman, Chicago, sister of Screal De Geeter spent last week here visiting their brother who is recovering from an injury recently suffered in a fall. A Pre-Merger Lutheran Rally, April, 23,S-City Imrnanuol Lutheran Church, Swc-a City, will host a Pre- Mc-rgcr Area Rally at the Church this Sunday, April 23, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. This is one of fourteen such area meetings being held throughout the state of Iowa. April 23 through May 7, to help prepare local church members for the expected merger of four national Lutheran bodies as of January 1, 1903, into the Lutheran Church in America (LCA). The Augustana Congregations to bo represented from this area at Swea City are St. John's Lutheran, Ringstud First Lutheran, Algona Immanuol Lutheran, Bancroft and Immunucl Lutheran, Swea City. The Esther Unit of thi> local ALCW, Mrs Walter Schmicking, chairman, will serve a supper to those present at this meeting. All members of each congregation are asked to attend this meeting. Funeral Today For M. Miller 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, April 20, 1961 Of LuVerne Fuiv.'i-al services for Milo Miller, 64, LuVerne bachelor, will be held at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) in the E. U. B. church with Rev. J. Paul Stevens officiating. Burial will be at the LuVerne cemetery and Blake Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mr Miller was found dead in his home Monday. He was born at LuVerne and lived his entire life there. His parents were Alfred and Sophia Hof Miller. He was a veteran of World War I and was employed as a radio repair man at Lu- Verne. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Leslie and Lyell. Former Kossuth Man Passes; * •* Funeral Friday Funeral services for William Radii, 74, Hayfield, Minn., former longtime resident of Kossuth county, will be held at 9:30 a.m Friday in St. Cecelia's Caitholic church here, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Burial will follow a* Eastlawn Memorial Gardens and Hamilton Funteral Home is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be James and Leo Stahl, Sylvester Brace, Sam Miller, William Hardcopf and Bob Holtzbauer. Mr. Radii died Tuesday morning at Rochester. He was born Nov., 13, 188B in Czechoslovakia, son of-Mr and Mrs Joseph Radii. He came to this area an 1908, one year after his marriage and farmed in Kossuth county for many years before moving to Minnesota. He was retired. He is survived by a son, Wil- diam, Hayfield, Minn.; 10 daughters, including Mrs Stanley Egel, Corwith, Mrs Paul Stahl, Livermore, Mrs G. E. Baugard, Britt, and Mrs John Diekman, Algona, from this area, 17 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Janet Plaisier Of Titonka To Wed June 10 Senecan Loses Tip Of Finger In Corn Sheller Seneca — Jerry Wilberg and Kenneth Andre are recuperating from injuries received in separate accidents during the weekend. Wilberg lost the end of his right forefinger in. a freak mishap Sunday afternoon and Andre suffered a fractured arm three days earlier. Wilberg was shelling corn with a hand sheller Sunday. A cob became lodged in the sheller and ho attempted to push it through the machan- ism. His glove became entangled in the teeth of the shel- ler and his finger was pulled into them. He was rushed io a doctor's office at Armstrong where it was necessary to JtakeWoff the first joint of the finger. Andre was grinding feed when his left arm became entangled in a drive belt. The arm was fractured between the wrist and elbow. Titonka — Mr and Mrs Henry Plaisier of Titonka announce the engagement and approaching mar i iage of their daughter, Janet LaVonne, to Robert K. Ostermann, .son of Mr and Mrs John Ostermann, Jr. if Woden. The wedding will 'take place June 10 (UDM Engraving) Sue LaBarre is Sorority Delegate Sue LaBarif, daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Ferris, 804 South Jones, Algona, attended the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority District 13 convention at Iowa City April 7 to 9. Miss LaBarre is assistant rush chairman of the Theta chapter at Iowa State University at Ames, where she is a sophomore. Eleven members attended the convention. PIES George Kern Bright, of Lineville and Wayne counties' oldest resident died recently at his home. A retired farmer and livestock buyer, he had just celebrated his 101st birthday 2 weeks prior to his death. Mrs. Reaper Of Irvington Dies; Funeral Held Funeral services for Mrs Charles Reaper, 60, well-known Irvington woman, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist church here with Rev. J. R. Fountain officiating. Burial was at Riverview cemetery and McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Randal] Clark, Wayne Wickwire, Christy Olsen, Daryl Hunt, James Sparks and Orville Gardner. Mrs Reaper died Saturday at St. Ann hospital here. She had been a- patient in the hospital since the preceding Tuesday. Delia Clark, daughter of Reed and Mary Clark, was born Oct. 1, 1900 at Joplin, Mo. She was married to Charles Reaper Dec. 14, 1921 and they farmed in the Irvington area for several years. Mr Reaper has been employed at the elevator there during recent years. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Bernice (Mrs Garel Leek). Wesley, a sister, Mrs Donal Sparks. Algona, a it-other, William Clark, St. Cloud, Minn.; and three grandchildren. 30-Day Sentence Follows Petty Larceny Charqe An Algona man, Ronald Bilyeu, was sentenced to 30 days in jail by Mayor C. C. Shierk this week following a preliminary hearing on charges of petty larceny and intoxication. Bilyeu was charged with larceny after he was allegedly taking magazines and beer from a local 'tavern. Gary Pentecost, Algona, was sentenced to 30 days in jail by the mayor Wednesday morning following hearing of an intoxication charge. Other cases heard by the mayor include: Gary BeDoom, Algona, $5, stop sign; Alfred Opheim, Sexton, $10, following too close; Raymond Egan, West Bend, $5, speeding, $10, slop sign; Robert O'Neal, Emme'tsburg, $10, speeding; Jim Camp, Algonia. $10, failing ito display tonnage license; and Gary Priebe, Algona, $5, careless driving (suspended). ill Build New Minister Home At Whiffemore Whitiemore — In a regular meeting Friday night of the voting members of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation it was voted that a. new parsonage will be built this year. It will be a story and a half at a cost of $32,000 to $35,000. It will be built on the corner lot which has been vacant since the old church was salvaged. Two Jailed On False Pretense 'Charges Here • Richard Moore arid Eugene Mason, Marshallitowri, remain in the county jail here under $2500 bond on charges of obtaining money under false pretenses from an Algona woman. The charge was filed by County Attorney Gardon Winkel and the men were returned to Algona by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst after their arrest there. Winkel started that the men charged the woman, who is 84 years old, about $2500 for plaster work completed in her home here. Preliminary hearing of the charge against <the men was continued Saturday in Justice Delia Welter's court to this Saturday morning. Moore ia.nd Mason did the work in the home on their own and were not employed by any local firm. Payment by the woman for work done was by checks, ranging from $39.50 to $280 and a local carpenter stated the work done by the men should have cost from $50 to $100, according to Winkel. Named President A Swea City woman, Mrs Alvin Richardson, has been named president of the Kossuth County School Food Service Association, replacing Mrs D. B. Mayer of Ledyard. Other officers named are Mrs Morris Lien, Grant, president-elect; Mrs Dora Dremmel, Algona, secretary; and Florence Peterson; Sentral, treasurer. Gvqranteed Valyes FIT/ „ wtt Woman's 'iJI ''i"""-'''-'^ ' :v " •"• 1 '•*"' Mother Passes 8£H>lce£ for Mns Jennie Hansell,' 89,' mother of Mrs Leon LalM, bf Algbna, will be held at Tabor, la., followed by burial there, Thursday (today). at 2 p.m. MeCutMough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of local 'arrangements. Mrs Hatisell'died: Monday at St. Ann hospital -where she had been a patiemt for only one day. Before" tha't, she made her home with Mr an4 Mrs Laird unMl about a year ago when she" moved to 'the Good Samaritan home here. She was a resident of • AlgOna for 14, years. Survivors, besides Mrs Laird, include Several children and grandchildren. Twelve members of tho Wesley ionic-makers club attended Ben hTur Aprill2 at Alohr and had a lur April 12 at Algona , Iowa." 13-1(1 , WAlfftESSES fc MAM3S S Must b& nfat aHd reliable. Ap ply In person to'Mrs Flaunt, Algona Hotel, i , , » D1STH1CT MANAGES WANTED I must hire a District Manager to supervise our present staff ot Salesmen and hire and train now men in Kossuth county. Man selected must be and have a strong desire to make money. Must have car and be between 30 and 40 years 6f age, If you like to deal with the farm, trade and want .a permanent position with opportunities for advancement write for personal interview. •' , Mr Dale Doughan, Britt, Iowa ' 15-1 Pomlje Minn." fileett antes, W a a e e a. Card of Thanks CAttiJ OP THANKS 1 waftt to thank' -all my relatives and friends who stent cards, flowers, gifts 'and the 'food that was -brought to our, home, • and who came to visit me during my stay ot the hospital .and since If have returned home',; A special thanks to Rev. and Mrs Goldman for their visits and prayer's. Your kindness was greatly appreciated. Mrs Merrill Zwicfel. Hi* • Wanted WANTED — GIRL .CAR-HOPS. Stop at Cappy's A & W Rootbeer Drive-In any time TWursday (to- lay). 16 U>cg»cd In HELP WANTED — 3 GENTLE- men with cars, between ages of 30-55. If interested, contact Vern Stolt, State Hotel, Algona, after 7 p.m. April, 24-25. 16 HELP WANTED —= WANT TO make $250 or more per hour in pleasant \route work? Can use man or woman part or full time. Write or call D. L. Anderson, Madrid. Iowa. Phone 224. 16* "WANTED — MAN -CAPABLE of self-management, 22-45, for immediate employment in established business. $115 week minimum to start. References required. Write Box 273, Garner, la." ' i : ."• 16-19 $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Refilling and collecting money from New Type high quality coin operated dispeners in this area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $1900 cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly can net up to $400 monthly. More full time. For personal interview write P. O. Box 6340 Minneapolis, •Minn. Include phone number. 16* WANTED — WOOL, WEIGHED and paid for on farm, top prices. Carrol Fraser, phone 4 on 93, Burt. 12-15* WANTED TO RENT—A FARM, any size. Will pay cash rent for good ground. Ample equipment and labor. Experienced operator. Write, Box 69-B% Algona Upper Des Moines. 42 tfn. "WANTED: Special, type person who is tired of seasonal work. America's most respected Sales Organization offers you an independent business of your own at no investment. Must be married, 21-40, have pleasing personality. Write Box 273, Garner, WANTED "Due to expansion we need two married men 22-45, high school graduate, good reference $.100 weekly to start. Write giving qualifications, Box 273, Garner, Iowa." 15-18 WANTED—DEALER FOR TWO , Way radio citizen and'business band. For information, write SHAMPOO MASTER £> fatly automatic— •o triggef $ or dial* 'it big 100 o«nc« capacity •il btautlfut beige, CULLEN'S HARDWARE CY 4-4630 Algona As Advertised in Farm & Home CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the business 'men who participated in the home show for their 'cooperation "and patronage. Zetn Xi Chapter and lieta Siginu Phi. • 10* CEILING TILE You don't have io be a Handy- Andy lo do a perract job of installing acoustical lile on an old M new ceiling. We'll loll you the easy way and we'll get you siarlod right. For quietness and beauty, there's nothing like an.acoustical ceiling. Come in soon and see the many new designs for .every room in your home. Use our budget plan. BRONSON BLD'G. SERVICE N. Hwy. 18 Algona Senior Citizens , inquire Now! Age 60 to Age 100 Send me information without, obligation about your new hospital and surgical plan, guaranteed renewable for life, for mert ; and'wornep 6Q years and over. Name Address _z_ Town A. J. "Arnie" Ricklefs Ins. Agency Representing WOODMAN ACCIDENT & LIFE CO. 2 East State St. Algona CY 4-4529 DOG TAX DEADL Saturday, April 29,7961 Saturday, April 29, is the last day for securing 1961 Dog Licenses. On May 1 a $1 penalty will be added to each unlicensed dog as listed by the township qr town assessor. The regular tax is $1.50 for a mate and $3.50 for a female dog, except towns that levy a town tax where county tax is $1 for males and $3 for females, These delinquent dog taxes are collectable as personal taxes by the treasurer after May 1, Licenses are required for all dogs tntee months old or over, and must be secured at the county auditor's office when the animal attains that age, MARC MOORE AUPITOR OF KOSSUTH COUNTY

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