The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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«$->Alg9ft* (la.) Upper D«t Molnsi Thunday, May 18, 1961 Cliff Waltman OfBurtls Heart Victim * Burl — Last rites for a Well »known Burt farmer, Cliffor *waltrnan, 61, were held at 2 p.rh ^Monday at the Burt Presbyter *lan church, with Rev. H. A -Smidt officiating. * Clifford, died suddenly at 11:3C ^a.m. Friday, May 12 of a hear •^attack While helping a neighbor ^Jtake Meyer, with his field work ». He was born Feb. 13, 1900 a -Freemont, the son of Mr. and Mrs w Jess Waltman, coming to Bur w-with his parents when a young "man, „,'•" On Jan. 20, 1941 he was united win marriage to Loretta Waltman ••at Burt. Their entire married life ,.,was spent on a farm. He enjoy «*ed good health until severa •"months ago when he suffered a heart attack and was hospitaliz "ed for sometime. « Survivors include his Wife M Loretta, two sisters, Opal, Burt •wand Wanda, Mrs. Bob Ditsworth '"of Jefferson, and two brothers ,» Waif of Corwith and Clinton o: •>»Burt, also several neices anc ""nephews. „, Burial was in the Burt Cem- •"•'ete'v with Gary Funeral Home "• of Bancroft in charge of arrange- 2 Farm Building •' Lost In Fire : Near Of tosen A large frame building and cob "house were destroyed by fire by !7 undetermined origin last week «,, Tuesday evening on the Louis -*Jacobson farm one mile south '" and one mile east of Ottosen. The '* place is owned by Mrs. Bertha It Jacobson of Ottosen. Members of the Bode and Ot- "j tosen fire departments were cal,«led but were unable to save the •* buildings and its contents, includ- '4 ing, besides some cobs, 60 bush:• els of soybeans, machinery, a "• lawnmower, garden tools, etc. " The fire was discovered by Ed- ward Zinnel, who was working ••« in-the field and had come to the "' homestead to put more gas in .. the tractor. Despite strong wind, •« firemen managed to prevent the ™ blaze from spreading although * the burning building was located only 20-30 feet from the house. ™ Paint on the side of the house », was blistered. The building and contents were " insured. Alice Dole New ,'.', Mrs. Alice Dole was electee " grand regent of Court of St. Ce • celia, C.D. of A., Algona, at theii regular meeting Thursday, Ma> "' llth at the V.F.W. Hall. Other officers elected wen Doris McElroy, vice grand re gent; Shirley Reding, prophetess Helen Mikes, financial secretary. "Theresa TiVlges, historian: Joar .. Mertz, treasurer; Mary C. McEnroe, monitor; Louella Murphy " sentinel; Irene Nitchals, lectui ,.er; Anita Kollasch, musician Dorothy Woodcock and Louelh " Wolf, 3 year trustees. Five new members, Viol; •• Crowley, Evelyn Prothman, Madonna Kramer, Arliss Rich anc' three transfers, Kate Borman '" Mary Cink and Louise Davi; were received into the court. The sisters teaching at St. Ce ''' celia Grade- School and Garrisar [', High were entertained by the court at a picnic held at Cal'. State Park, Tues;~ day, May 16th. : AlgonaJayCees - To Hold Safety Check Saturday Algona's JayCees are sponsoring a car safety check here this ... Saturday, May 20, from 9 a.m -• to 5 p.m. in front of the city hall. It is the newly-reorganized ,„ club's first project and the safet.y . check is offered free to anyone wishing to have his or her car looked over before the Memor- -, ial Day scramble of traffic be• gins. Mechar.'cs from all local gar... ages will be present to conduct • the check of lights, brakes, etc and a sticker, indicating the ve- ., hide is okay, will be applied at the completion of the check. There is nothing mandatory . about the check—it is purely a voluntary act by the car owner. Ed Farrell and Jerry Leaneagh are co-chairmen of the event. Sharon Dorsey Of Bancroft To Wed June 17 Firemen Called Algona's firemen rushed to the farm owned by Mrs. J. A. Raney, 4'.-!! miles east of Algona on highway 18 at 2:55 Monday when Mrs. Arnold Danielson, wife of the tenant, discovered the basement was full of smoke. Wood scraps, stored in a cardboard box in the basement, were on fire and carried outside by the firemen, where the blaze was extinguished. According to Fire Chief Jrfi Kohl, spontaneous ignition started Uie tu-if. Mr. and Mrs. William Dorsey, Jr. of Bancroft announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Kay, shown here, to Larry Clausen, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Clausen, Kingsley. Kiss Dorsey is teaching at Kingsley. June 17 has been set for their wedding day. (UDM Engraving) . Candidates For Boys State Are Selected Here Four boys, two each from Algona lugn school and Garrigan, were named to represent Algona at Boys State at Camp Dodge near Des Moines, June 4-10. The four, all juniors, are Charles Streit and Lynn Kueck from AHS and Edward Carman and Daniel Zaugg from GHS. There will be ia total of 720 boys from around the state at Boys State his year. Local candidates were submlt- ed by faculties at the two chools and final selection was made by Harold Lampright, Charles Pa'xson, and Leo Cassel. committee representing the American Legion post here. Sponsoring organizations are he Legion, Rotary, Kiwanis and Jons clubs. Hawkeye Boys State s aimed at providing actual experience in government at the tate and county level for all boys in attendance. Ex-Swea Cifyan Crash Victim In Minnesota Swea Ciiy — Funeral services for Doniald E. Gardner 4 , 28, former resident of Swea City,. were held Wednesday, May 17, in the Methodist,, church with Rev. W, A, Farmer. Rev. S. H. Hammer and Rev. R. Patterson officiating Burial was also 'at Swea City. Donald was killed in a one- car accident Saturday evening at Federal Dam, Minn. He and two friends were on a fishing trip when the mishap occurred. He lived at Minneapolis arid was employed by an engineering firm at Osseo, Minn. Survivors include his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner, former Swea C'ty residents who now live at Madrid, and three brothers, Jirri, West Branch, Robert. Iowa City, and Tom, Madrid. He was a graduate of Swea City high school and served two years in the U. S. Army. Barnes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Poppy Day Here Friday, A/lay 26 Everyone will get a chance to 'Wear A Poppy" here Friday, Vlay 26, when the Algona Amer- can Legion Auxiliary holds its nnual Poppy Day sale. The vent was announced this week iy Mrs. Bob Carr, Auxiliary resident. Auxiliary ladies will be sta- ;oned at strategic spots in thr 'usiness district and will als< anvass business places sometime uring the' day fn an attempt o sell a huge quantity of the oppies, paper flowers made by eterans in hospitals at DCS /loines and Marshalllown. There is no set amount requir d as donation to receive a pop- y—so everyone is urged to make donation and wear a poppy's a good way to remember the acrifices made by Americar erviccmen in the nation's do ense. Spring Musicale Piano students of Mrs. Newton Coughenour will present a spring musicale this Sunday, May 21 at 3 p.m. in the Bryant school Mrs. Howard Wohlers and Willard Snustad, soloists, will assist in the presentation. Piano solo- arid duets and vocal solos and duets will be featured. USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! Youngstown 42" Sink $99.95 Ranges 3E 39" Electric 1_ $64.95 Westinghouse Range, Elec. 40" $69.95 Skelgas Gas Range _$20.01 Assortment Of & Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 Wed 66 Years, Lou Hauptmans Feted At Wesley Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Loi iauplman observed their GGth '.'eddiny anniversary Sunday Vlay 14, and were gue-sts (if hon •>r that evening ut a family dinner party in the home of then son, John Hauptmun. OMier "uf.s'.s \\cre Mr. and Mrs James Haverly, James and Karen, Miss Kmen Formanek of Brill, Miss Belly Hauptman a r .d Mi's. Sophie Fritseh. The hono-- ed counle has three living children, Mrs. James Haverly and John of Wesley and Francis Hauptman of Tucson, Ariz. Swsa City Youth Loses FinqerIn Mower Chain Swea City — John Barnes, iZ lost the end of the middle finder of his right hand Wednesda> when his glove caught in the chain of a power mower he was operating and pulled his finger into the chain. He was attempting to change gears on the machine which he was riding when the accident occurred at the homo of his parents on the east edge of Swea City. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes. Sachau Corner Drive-In Opens Mr. and Mrs. George will open their new Drive-In at Titonka Monday, May 22. All varieties of food will be featured and a grand opening will be held in a couple of weeks. Mrs. Sachau, correspondent for the Algona Upper DCS Moines. formerly operated a restaurant at Titonka for six years and hei husband is a railroad employee. IF JT'b NEWS, WE WANT Yl T-V SETS 21" Westinghouse Console $89.95 Ass't. Used TV Antenna's and Rotors. errific Trade In Price Being Given On All New Westirghoust T.V.'s Being Bought Herel Refrigerators Westinghouse 9 cu. ft. Clean : $95.95 Leonard 12 cu. ft $124.95 Westinghouse 10 cu. ft. $69.95 Coop 12 cu ft $99.95 Washers & Dryers 2-Maytag Conventional Square Tub, White Aluminun $89.95 l-Maytag ___________ $69.95 l-Coronado, 1 yr. old. Reg. $189.95 NOW $79.95 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes */4 H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all wort OK. MISCELLANEOUS New Home Desk, Model Walnut Cabinet Sewing Machine _________________ $99.95 Lionel Elec. Train Complete with Switches, Jocud And Access. ---- $49.94 Sew-Mor Electric Consol Sewing Machine Save $100 $99.95 Slonde Oak Chest of Drawers, 5 drawer, Center guided dust proof _____________ $29.95 Portable 3 speed Record player — ________________ $9.95 For Rent Warehouse Space. loading Dock, Electricity, Good Location, Cheap. EASY TERMS IF PESIBEP BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE Phone CY 4-3613 CONGRATULATIONS HIGHSC Pictures eou'rfesy of Isaacson Studio, Algona, and Saul's Studio, Humboldt Left to right — Steven Williams, Hugh Mackintosh, John Olson, Di ane Larson, Thomas Colwell, Roy Peltz. Left to right — Paula Van Voorhis, JoAnn Welter, Gary Erdmann, Linda Wilson, Diana Holden, Gladys Thul. Left to right — Lloyd Stith, Russell Larson, Alan Adams, Judy Jensen, Edward Malmin, Marion Becker. Left to right — Gerald Schultz, Rachel Wickre, Knut Oppedahl, Sandra Erickson, Betty Schv/endemann, Ruth Roiland. Left; to right — Susan Larson, Randall Watnem, Susan Olson, Ray Gresj, Keith Smith, Nancy Tompkins. Livernsore Gil Co. LIVERMORE Li Siato LIVERMORE Farmers Elevator LIVERMORE Imperial Cafe BODE Kay Implement LIVERMORE Sawyer's Super VaSu LIVERMORE SKOGMO'S UIV « MOR "Your Hdqts. For Grads Gifts" Smith Lumber Co, LIVERMQRE Scott Produce LIVERMORE Ottosen Farmers Elevator Kelley Lumber Co.-Ottosen Bode Farmers Elevator Bode State Bank Left to right Sharalyn Kramer, Michael Stoddard, Judith Zeimet. Town Tavern .LIVERMORE Old Timers Cafe LIVERMORE Otto's Repair Shop LIVERMORE Wilson & Co, Stock Yards LIVERMORE Uvermore Drug MVBEMORE Foreman Implement Co, LIVERMORE Andersen Motor Co, LIVERMQRE 0. Hardware LIVERMORE

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