The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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Auxiliary Nets St: Ann Hospital -Auxilidrj realized over'$400 on their annual Tag Day snle during National Hospital Week. Mrs. Edmund O'Brien was chairman foi Whlttemore, assisted by the 4-H pirls; Mrs. Jim Welp, headed the Bancroft sale; Mrs. Glee Bullock, Burt, and Florence McOuire, assisted hy UK> girls of emdes" 8 7 and f) in the parochial school were in charge of Tag Day at St. Joe. Mrs. Craig Smith and Kathleen McEnroe . were ,chnirmc'h o'f the day in Algona. Volunteer rn»- tains wore Mrs. Jim Milder. Mrs. D'ck Norton, Mrs. Don Ferris. Mrs. L. E. Lmnnn, Mrs. Onnf Faulstich, Mrs. James Kolp, Mrs. Alkm Wagner and Mrs. William Barry, Jr. ' ' , Workers were Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mrs. Lc-o Cassell. Mrs. Pat Beck, Mrs.. Waller Hagen, Mrs. H. M. Honsbruch, Mrs, Frank Moulton, Mrs. F. L. McMahon, Mrs.- Clem' McEvoy, Mrs. Ray Gilbert, Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. Don'Smith, Jr., Mrs. A. J. Ricklefs, Mrs Joe Bradley, Mrs. Gene Hood, Mrs,. James Whittemore, Mrs. Dorothy Hlggins, Mrs. Dan Bray, -Mrs. James Vinond. Mrs. Don Prieskorn, Mrs. Leo McEnroe, Mrs. Gordon Hall, Mrs. Loy- . ola O'Brien, Mrs. Dale Farnham, by state law. Mrs; James B&iideWyiw, Mrs. W. R. Garnian, Mrs. Bob Bickert, Mrs. Jim' Evercty Mtt< W. 'W. Sullivan, Mrs. Miles Slonlker, Mrs. Ed Gilmore, Helen Dingley', Connie Casscll, Cindy Bradley, Jane Cole. Kathy KcGuire, Karon Winkel, Eileen Penton,,Kathleen Reilly, Joanne 1 Kunkel, Sharon Wagner, • Vicky Hafd- grove, Patricia Shearer, Berriie 1 Linns ahd Elaine Bruch. In recent year's the Auxiliary, which supplies the "extras" fot patient care at St. Ann, has-donated a heavy duty sewing^ ma* chine, -a suction machine, incubator, air conditioning for the clinic, labor room, delivery room and surgery', an upright deep- freezer,' and dVer 4 -becl stretcher, an Isolette for premature babies, dental eqiupment, oxygen tents, two Hi-Lo beds, two $500 nursing scholarships and numerous small articles. Another recent, project was, the providing for new Kool-Shade screens for the entire west side of the builidnj at the cost of $1,092." The auxiliary, which has 671 members in Kossuth county, plso raised $217.7.1 at their recent rummage and'bake sale of which Mrs. Bob Brickert and Mi's. 'Dan Bray were chairmen. Trucker Fined $165; Overload A Rutland truck driver, Burl R. .Place, was fined $165.74 in Mayor C. C. Shierk's', court -here .this week. It was'one.-of the stifV west overloajd fines assessed here in many months. The fine is set Safety Patrolmen Honored Here Eight safely patrolmen at Lucia Wallace school were singled out this week for iHeir s**yi« •while M duty »l irilert-cctmns during the school year by Mrs Bqnme Winter, patrol supervisor, and Mrs Fern Stanton, school principal. : . > '' The eight, shewn above, are, •• front; row, left to right, Doug Jones, Dick Balluff, Connie Schultz, Debbie'.Laws and Jeff Gilmore. In back, left to right, Brocke Laws, Buddy Peterson and Bob Farnham. Other 'officers include Steve Hutchison, Tom Gallon, Joe Gatton, VaLora Kueck, Berta Pergande, •Pat'ty Hopkins, Jean Jorgenson, Russell Shaw and Randy Snyder. , . The patrolmen are chosen from grades four, five and six for their leadership and good.judgment., Only one minor mishap has occurred at the school crossings at Lucia Wallace in 11 years. (UDM News* foto—4 Engraving) . . • BobLensingOf Bancroft New Legion Head Bob Lensing of tiancroft was elected county cbmmandef of the American Legion Thursday at Swea City. Mr; Lensing and other nowly-elected officers will be installed at a meeting July 20 at WhHtemore. Other officers named Thursday are Eddie Godfredseh, Swea City, vice commander, Bob Braatz. Whiltemore, chaplain, Palmei Jensen, Bancroft, finance officer, and Maurice Kollasch, Swea City, Sgt.-at-fcnris. The county organization also announced there will be a meeting of all county Boys StJate delegates at Bancroft May 28; voted to give $25 to the Ladies in Blue, Veterans Hospital volun-1 teer workers. Eddie Oodfredsen has been appointd membership chairman, for the eighth district. Bargains And Prizes Galore Here June 9-10 A total of 2,000 ping pong balls, all filled with slips of.paper en- itling the finder to a free prize or a" special bargain in a participating store, will be released over Algona's downtown' streets during th June • Shower of Bar- In other cases heard by thf The Freshest Strawberries in Town! Direct from the Coast STRAWBERRIES 49c quart W1NESAPS Lbs. 69c SNOBOY JUMBO HAWIIAN PINEAPPLES Each 59c SNOBOY FROZEN LEMONADE 8-6 Oz. Cans $1.00 SNOBOY FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5-8 Oz. Cans $1.00 FROZEN FRENCH FRIES 2 Lb. Cello Bag 59c SEED POTATOES LAST CALL! BRODEN'S GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM '/2gal.59c NO. I CALIFORNIA LARGE WHITE POTATOES 10 Lbs. 49c STANDBY 3 SIEVE EARLY JUNE PEAS 5 - W Cans $1.00 ICE COLD WATERMELONS PANSY PLANTS HORMEL'S AU MEAT LARGE BOLOGNA STOCK UP FOR THE HOLIDAY HORMEL'S BACON BRAUNSCHWEIGER BY HORMEL ^HORMEL'S SPIC LUNCHEON FREE METAL GRILL FORK WITH EACH LB, r n r C I WIENERS — WHITE THEY LAST! r K t fc 8 OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4P,M,TO6P,M. DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY mayor, Robert Schiltz, Bancroft, paid $15, Gaile Garard, Duncombe, $12, Donald Wilson, West Bend, $8, Larry Burlis, Algona, $9, Michael Sinnwell, Bode, $28, all for speeding, Jerry Munson, West Bend, and Heinrich Fettig, Rodman, $10 each, drinking beer on a public highway, and Eldon Junkcrmeier, Elmore $5 improp-, er registration. All paid costs in addilion lo fines. court Damage Suit, Account Cases Are Filed Here Five new cases were filed in district court here this week. Included were four account matters and a damage suit.' . ; The damage case is an outgrowth of a two-car auto acci- , dent- here Dec. 14, 1960. Jolin TIM* I iMrtaiM Ic .Sires, plaintiff, seeks $119.80 <f$i$3&|J||l LICKTclQ »* damages allegedly inflicted on BljT * auto from Matt Weydert, defendant. The mishap occurred al Ihe inlerseclion of North and Harlan streets. John Uhlenhake is plaintiff in two cases in which promissory notes are. involved. He is seeking $202.16 in settlement of one note from Russell Harris, while Arlin Kbhhvcs is defendant in the other suit. According to the pelitipn, Uhlenhake issued Iwo promissory noles lo Kohlwes and a balance of $401.67 is due. The Farmers Elevalor, plain- liff, is seeking $147.75 for settlement of an account from Du- Wayne Bothne. and Ihe Whille- more Co-Op Elevator, plainliff, is seeking $516.60 from Lorenz Vigdal, defendant, in other cases filed. Graveside Rites Wesley — Graveside rites will be held at the Evergreen cemetery Saturday, May 27, at 3 p.m. for Mrs. Maude Lorene Bruns Showalter, who died in Leawood, Kansas. Her husband preceded her in death in May, 1948. She was the daughter of the late Horace and Elizabeth Bruns. Thursday, Mcty 315, 1961 Algona (la.) Uppar Pet MoifiM-3 Onc-third of the ping pong balls will be released at each of these hours: 10 a.m. June 9; 3 p.m. June 9; and 2 p.m. June 10. Practically all of Algona's business firms will be participating in the promotion and each store during the June Shower of Bargains enclosed in the ping pong balls to be dropped from the plane. Complete details on the big June Shower of Bargains will appear in this newspaper prior to June 9-10. Three Drivers Enter Pleas On OMVI Charges Three drivers were either sentenced or charged with OMVI in are'a courts this week. One man, Lawrence M. Schiltz, Bancroft, received a one year sentence in the slate penitentiary at Fort Madison from Judge Richard W. Cooper in district court at Algona Friday. Schiltz entered a guilly plea to the charge. II is the second one-year term he has received during recent years on the same type of charge. Wayne L. Ollom, Burt, was fined $600 and costs by Judge G, W. Stillnvan at Humboldt Monday following his arrest two days earlier 'at Bancroft. It was a sec- he entered a guilly plea. Frank V. Sargent of Humboldt was charged with OMVI and was bound over to district court following a preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court Tuesday, He was arrested earlier a mile south of Algona on highway 169 and charged with the offense by County Attorney Gordon Winkel. Appearance bond was fixed at $500 and not furnished. SMALL PARTS CABINETS tof home or office. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. DANCES Legion Ballroom Bancroft ' '*«••. May 26 MARV REEDSTROM Friday, June 2 FEZZ FRITSCHE and The Goose Town Band Ex-Algona Lady Dies; Funeral This Afternoon Funeral services for a former Algona resident, Mrs. Loretto Speraw, 73, will be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. in the Baptist church at Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Speraw, -who with her family lived here from 1904 to 1931, died of a heart attack Monday at her home in Fairmont. She had suffered from poor health for the'past year. She is survived by two sons; Bernard, Minneapolis, and Harold, West Wirifield, N. J.; three daughters, Alice (Mrs. August Will), Truman, Minn., Beulah (Mrs. Harold 'Selbrade), Minneapolis, and Lura (Mrs. Ralph McKowen), Des Moines; two foster- daughters"; 20 grandchildren and 10 great -grandchildren. An Algona man, H'arley Adams, is a cousin of the deceased. ' Timothy Lickteig is the 1961 winner of the Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award at Garrigan high school for 1961, Supt. Rev. F. P. Conway announced this week. The award is based on evidence of superior scientific, aptitude. ••..'.' Winners of the individual awards are eligible to compete for science scholarships at th$ University of Rochester. Higher Rating Richard Hansen, son of Mr. iand Mrs. Wayne Hansen, Algona, ha? been promoted lo the rating of parachute rigger second class; U. S. Navy, according lo word received here by Ihe Hansens. ; Contest Winner JoAnn Vaske of Bancroft has been named winner of an all- expense paid trip to Washington, D. C. for her 500-wbrd essay on farm electrification. The contest was sponsored by DEK rural electrification cooperative and the Kossuth county winner was announced Monday evening at NOTICE (Attention Owners Of Boats And Motors) It is the statutory duty pf every owner of a boat, launch, canoe and outboard motor, whether navigating the waters of the State of Iowa or not, to list such property with the assessor for taxation. The Iowa State Tax Commission has issued an order to all County and City Assessors throughout the State of Iowa, that all boats of every description are considered under the laws of this State as personal property and are therefore subject to taxation each year. Any person who now has, and has had heretofore a boat and/or motor, and has withheld, reporting same to the Assessor for taxation so as to evade the property tax shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by fine not to exceed $500.00, or imprisonment, or both such fine and imprisonment. L. J. IMMERFALL Assessor, in and for Kossuth County (20-21) . WUMMEFM : RELAX AND SLEEP m CLEAN, CQOLI COMFORTBM •V live the with gas whole-house air J f JL* • rtrtnrtlTlrtl^inrt Why te half cool? Why let the I •• II II III II II III II I hot weather huddle you into WWl I Vll VI W I III IVI one or two rooms? Your whole ' ^J house can be as comfortably cool all summer long as it is comfortably waftn in winter. This summer have gas whole-house air conditioning. It's as simple as setting the thermostat. And filtered- fresh, cleanj cool air gently circulates through every room in the house. Why not plan now so your family can live the cool life? Call about an installation estimate, North Central Full. Serv. Co. 109 South Harlan "Your GAS Company" Algona

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