The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 25, 1961
Page 6
Start Free Trial

hyCees Check Autos Foiir hundred area molorisls had iheir cars safely checked here Saturday by mechanics from Algon'a garages as the Algoha JayCees sponsored the event. wi mnm The above photo shows a lineup of-autos being given the once-over by, from the left, Verl Elmore, Dick McGinnis, Gerald Streit, Roger Sinnwell, Keith Colvvell and Policeman Pete Jorgenson. It was estimaited that 75 percent of all cars checked got OK stickers. . ovtfn ,\ w The check was voluntary — and in the case of one Feruton man, proved *o be quite extensive. The man had one auto checked early in the day, drove the vehicle home and came back within an hour or so with his other car 'to have it gone over. According to Jay Cee officers, the safety check was very successful. (UDM Newsfoto — Engraving) ;»«M «•»•»• <t ~» , ' . Darlene Long Of Lone Rock Weds May f. 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, May 25, 1961 Lone Rock Darlene Kay Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Long of Lone Rock, and Gerald Wibben, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Garbrant Wibben of Whit-, temore, were united in marriage Saturday, May 6, at 7:30 p.m. in a candlelight ceremony at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church With Rev. C. E. Nordine officiating at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Donald Blanchard was organist and Mrs.. Willam Marlow, FRIDAY, MAY 26th MAY BIRTHDAY BALL Present I.D. Born In May and be admitted for 25c JOHNNY KETELSEN AND HIS COWBOYS SAT., MAY 27th HENRY CHARLES AND HIS ORCHESTRA SUNDAY, MAY 28TH WESTERN SHOW DANCE MARVIN RAINWATER THE MIDWESTERNERS RED BLANCHARD Emcee & Entertainment soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a white floor-length wedding gown, styled with a lace bodice over silk organza with short sleeves and an oval neckline, the skirt of silk organza was styled over taffeta. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls and she wore white gloves. Her finger-tip veil was held in place with a headpiece decorated with pearls. She carried a bouquet pi white carnations with an orchid in the center with white satin streamers. Mrs. Dennis Long was matron of honor. The bridegroom's attendant was Darrell Long. Edwin Wibben and Dennis Long were ushers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors for 135 guests. Janese Kissner registered the guests. Mrs. Gene Blanchard had charge of the gifts. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough was dining room hostess, Mrs. Marvin Ackerson cut the wedding cake and Mrs. Everett Ackerson poured. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Walter Dacken, Mrs. Jim Long and Mrs. George Kissner. The bride graduated from Sentral High School in 1958 and the groom graduated from Titonka in 1957. The young couple will be at home on a farm northwest of Fenton, where the groom is employed by Lloyd Sunde. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Behrends of Buffalo Center recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. NOTICE ALL ALGONA BARBER SHOPS WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 29 and MAY 30. LuVerne Couple To Be Feted; Wed 25 Years LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. John Backes will be honored guests on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, June 4, at their farm home. Open house will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Hostesses will be their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. David Morris of Waterloo, Mr. 'and Mrs. Stanley Genrich of LuVerne and Mrs. Nettie Jansen of Webster City, sister of Mrs. Bockes. John Bockes and Nellie Huff were married June 3, 1936 at the Little Brown church at Nashua. New Arrivals Mr. and -Mrs. -Gary-Witt'meier of Fort Dodge are the parents of their first child, a seven Ib., 7V&' ounce daughter, Laurie Lee, born May 21 at the Lutheran hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier, Lu- Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. William Wood of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nielsen of Britt are the parents of their first child, a daughter Cynthia Kay, born May 21 at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nielsen of Britt, formerly of LuVerne, are paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Elbert are the parents of their first child, an eight pound son, Michael Jon, born May 22 at Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Mrs. Elbert, former Gertrude Galloway, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Galloway of Laurens. Mr and Mrs. August. Elbert of LuVerne are the paternal grandparents. OPENING SUNDAY, MAY 28 FOR THE 1961 SEASON HOURS: DAILY - 7 p. m. to 10 p. m. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 1:30 p. m. to 10p.m. The Memorial Day Weekend will give you a good chance to enjoy yourself while playing miniature golf. It's lots of fun. ALGONA MINIATURE GOLF COURSE West Of The Swimming Pool Algona Mrs. B. E. Martin, her mother, Mrs. II. J. Van Hauun of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Allen Blake attended a coffee at Corwith Saturday morning. The occasion honored Mrs Marliu their Worthy Matron who will be leaving July 1 for their new home at Newell where Mr. Martin is the new school superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy visited Saturday and Sunday in Pine River, Minn, visiting his sister, Mrs. Robert Chuutland and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jackson 01 EmmetsburK called on friends here Saturday. They are former residents here They also visited Mrs. Jackson's sister, Mr. and- Mrs. Ralph Kcene and family, west of LuVerne. Frank Gronbach was honored on the occasion of his birthday Friday when iu's sisters and brothel brought the livening meal. They were Mrs. Freda Steussy of Algona, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach, Mai y Melavin, Mrs. Herman Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs. John Hogcnberger of Livermore, also their son Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gronbach and children of Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach their son Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gronbach and children, were guests of their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton and family at Sheffield Sunday. The dinner was to honor Mother's Day for Mrs. Gronbach and also the birthday of Frank Gronbach May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Detmering of South Gate, Calif., are parents of a seven pound, 9 ounce son, Perry Andrew born March 28 Ted is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Detmering of Payola, Kansas, former residents of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman and girls, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Laurie and Lynn, attended the wedding of Ruth Sallie and Ronald Macleod of Des > Moines May 20, at Mankato, Minn. ~ . ' „.,' . Mrs. Charles HinZ, LtiVefn& and Mrs. Elmer Eftieiy^ e£ Jm> Dodge were guests Stocky lif tfie, Mr. «nd Mrs Lawrenc'£'Stripling' home at Estherville. They 4 Went to attend the confirmation ,'6f Csu-1 Stripling. '. • ." / " T Mrs. Carrol Marty fSreSehfecl her piano pupils in a recital Stin> day afternoon in. the LuVerhe Ev. United Brethren church",' Pupils are Becky Watts, Dbuglas Marty, Dennis Marty and.Shar- on Heinkel. The Good Will Club met With Mrs. Howard Swarison May 18, assisted by Mrs. Harry Thilges. Entertainment was in Charge of Mrs. Charles Hinz 'and Mrs/ Carl Swanson • The freshman girls of the homo ec class of the LuVerne Community school and their teacher, Mrs. Watson, entertained their moth" ers at a tea at the school Friday morning. A style show of their sewing was held and the tea refreshments were made by the class. , Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mr.- and Mrs. LeRoy Weber, LuVerne, Mr. Henry Weber of Corwith attended commencement services of Swea City high school Monday evening. Linda "Weber, daughter- of Dr. and Mrs Ralph Weber oi Bancroft, was a member of the class. They attended >a party alter the service for their niece in the 1 home of the Dr. Ralpn Webers at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pergande were guests Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew .and family in Mason City. They went to attend the confirmation of their grandson, Paul Pettigrew. Mrs. Kate Barton was a' weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt and Lois in Algona. She went to attend a piano recital Sunday- afternoon in • the Algona Methodist church which her granddaughter, Lois Hunt, appeared in. Sunday guests in the Jack McClellan home were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson and boys, friends. Mr and Mrs. Lorenzo Powell and son and Katherine Pratt of Fort Dodge. - ,, j Weekend guests m the Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber home were their sons, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weber, Mankato, Minn., and Charles Weber, student at Morningside, Sioux City. Two year old Jerry Weber, Jr., returned home after a two week visit with his grandparents.' " Mrs. Edwin Marty and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly visited Wednesday in Waltham and Austin, Minn., with the Eldon 'and Robert Marty families. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Petersen of Waterloo were Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus and came to see the new baby,' Billy Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle and Mai-gene visited Sunday.- in St, Paul with Walter and Elmer Merkle families. Margene Markle, 1961 graduate of LuVerne Community School, remained with the Elmer Merkle family and will find employment for the summer. Jerry Groh and friend Mane McCormick of Muscatine attended the graduation of his sister Diane Groh May 18 and were guests of his mother, Mrs. Marjory Groh. Mrs. Jack McClellan attended the funeral of Virgil Messersmith in Fort Dodge Saturday. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly were Mr. and Mrs? John Carlstedt of Stratford. Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Lichty and her daughter, Mrs. John Ramus of Winter Haven, Florida, went to Sioux Falls, S. D., Saturday to visit the Wayne Dornber- per and Richard Wermersen families. Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Rupple of Webster City visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Egglestoh Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bahls and children of St. Paul were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Emma Schmidt. C. O. McClellan and son Glen McClellan of Des Moines fished several days the past week at Caps Lake, Minn Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goetsch and Darlene and Arlie Goetsch were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf at Bancroft. Buscher 8r«.i ., . Cities Service, Gas .City of Cbok's Welders,' Supplies *.. Sands, Salary 28.34 , 44.30 i2.20 13,20 40.35 29.9I. 11.42 163.00 Rlley, Salary —-.--—.——-,la State, W'Holding —• K -Trust & Agency, Pension .Ded. Algona Reminder, Supplied — Eppo Eulten, Expenses Hutzell's Ser.. Gas i. Ready-Mix, Materials »-u_.- Vogel Paint, Supplies j,..«.i~*. TRUST & AGENCY • ' Viols M'eland for L. Counley, . ' Pension . ' 20.00 Cook's Scrap Iron, Supplies — 3.S6 Everds Bros,, Street Malnf. .. 6)214.50 Gibbs-Cook, Repairs .... ' '4.74 Greenber'g, Merchandise ,-.-. 11.32 Hilton's, Kepalrs -•-- 6.00 Jack's 0. K., Filters - 81.31 Keht Motor. Truck —-—... , 1,225.72 Martin Oils,' Diesel Oil 51.61 Ready-Mix, Air Comp. 21,00 PUBLIC SAFETY Bockelman, Salary Hutchison, Salary Jorgenson, Salary . .—* McBride, Salary Bullon, Salary Voigf, Salary Ira Kohl, Salary Iowa Slate Bank, W'Holding _ Trust & Agency, Pen. Ded. Treasurer of U. S., Guns Cities Service, Gas HufzeN's, Merchandise Kent Motors, Service Nielsen Ribnda, Badges Tom's Radio, Service . UDM Pub. Co., Supplies .Hilton's, Gas & Oil Ira Kohl, Expenses _ Kossulh Motors, Service James lift, Service Algona Fire Co., Services SANITATION Miller. Lbr., Bricks D. A. Smith, Bricks . Reiner Helmers, Labor Concrete Products, Tile East End Foundry, Supplies -_'_ L. S. Muckey, Repairs 1V.LN3H M3M3S 6<rei — «n>. "-"»s Lemkee, Salary Sronbach, Salary Iowa State Bank, Interest Iowa State Bank, W'Holding - r rederick Hdwe., Material Norton. Machine, Repairs . RECREATION West Chem., Supplies 236.21 .174.11 . 180.87 170.67 166.22 175.63 157.87, 20.00* • 155.10 14.72 182,50 86.31 9.00 11.30 . 49.7.3 3,75 65.00 14.91 9:50 4.00 6.50 224.00 140.36 • 37,50 . 146.08 1 2,206.56 156.00 2.50 Algona Flour & Feed, Supplies WON 169.94 128.39 22.50 21.90 1.59 . 5.00 48.87 15.00 DEBT SERVICE R. W. Mellem, Interest 22.50 Latimer St. Bk., Interest 93.75 Davenport Bk. & Trust, Interest 204.00 Council Bluffs Sav. Bk., Interest - 255.00 la.-Dcs Moines Nat. Bk., Interest 157.75 Iowa State Bk., Interest 2,146.25 Sec. Nat. Bk., Interest —— 77.50 la.-Des Moines Nat. Bk., Interest ! 1,135.00 Merchants Nat. Bk., Interest- First Nat.'Bk., Interest 77.50 51.00 110.00 56.25 46.50 77.50 77.50 210.00 85.00 20.00 77.50 520.00 197.78 20.00 75.00 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, lowa^ May 23, 1961. terot : la. State Bk., Interest la. State Bk., Interest Poweshiek Csunty' Bk., Interest . Valley Bk. & Trust, Interest — Merchants Natl. Bk., Interest la. Des Moines Nat. Bk., Interest la. State Bk., Interest J. E. Peterson, Interest : Valley Bk. & Trust, Interest _. PARKING METER Groen, Salary *-• Viola Meland for D. Counley, Pension Bertha Egli, Pension AMMONIA I-YeW most ECONOMICAL soime t>t Nitrogen Nine to 10 cents per Ib. for ACtUAl NITROGEN delivered to your farm. 2-Your most EFFECTIVE form of Nitrogen. 3-Anplication is made 10 to 12 Inches deep In the moisture and root zone. 4-With qdequate sub-soil moisture and the perfect soil condition we have this year/Nitrogen will prty off at the rate of $3 to $5 for every dollar Invested. 5-PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR SIDE DRESSING I There is bound to be a shortage of Ammonia later on. 6-We furnish applicator and tanks. You apply your own; or for a nominal charge we will do It for you. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW WITH MOR-GRO Plant At Irvington, Iowa Phone CY 4-354b or CY 4-4026 OR THE FOLLOWING AREA DEALERS KENNETH DALLAM - Cylinder, la. (Fenton Phone 2619) KRANTZ & KITZSINGER - Titonka, Iowa MURRAY ELEVATOR - Bancroft, Iowa MARVIN PERKINS - Rodman, Iowa MASON J. G. Gutekunst of State Conor reef-fitly was presented a 50- mar Masonic membership certif- cate. "See Th%Man In The While Hal al KOSSUTH "MOTORS for These Top Used Gars" USED CAR BARGAIN DAYS! HE CAN SAVE YOU A POT FULL OF MONEY! Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES City Council met May 10, 1961 with Mayor Shierk and the following council members: Muckey, Whitte[nore, Finn and Peirce. Absent: Elbcrt and Haggard. Waived the reading of the minutes. Quarterly report from the Utilities was read and placed on file. Resolution authorizing sale of alleys in Blk. 86 O. P. and Blk. 23(J Call's Add. was passed and adopted. Authorized City Clerk to invest S500QO of the emergency fund in Government bond. GENERAL C. C. Shierk, SaUry $ 11250 D. Smith, Salary 208.57 low.i State Bank, W'Holding . 19.10 Advance Pub. Co., Legal Pub. 46 65 Arwell Inc., Rat Control 1500 E°. Baldui, Expenses 1870 ^-lut^el!'5, Type Ribbon 1 35 Miller Lbr., Lumber 1 23 Shey & Cotten, Dog Obs. 12'50 C. C. Shierk, Court Costs 3000 UDM Pub. Co., Legal Pub. _. 1330 STREET Lashbrook, Salary 17092 Pergande, Salary 18245 Frambetch, Salary 12629 Burtts, Salary 14553 Prcw, Salary ]fc| 14 Metzen, Salary 12841 Myers, Salary --- 11800 Iowa State Bank, W'Holding _ 1042C Advance Pub. Co., Publications 5039 Bolsford Lbr., Material 520 Brown Supply Co./ Material -_ 25 6C Ft. Dodge Towel, Service 325 Frederick Hdwc., Material .. 405 Miller Lbr., Material 120 Norton Machine, Repairs j 3( UDM Pub. Co., Publications . 7421 Algona Imp., Repairs 1563' Arnold Motor, Material is; Bowman Bldrs., Cone. Work . 679.7; If You're Even Thinking About A Good Used Gar Talk To The Man In The White Hat At KOSSUTH MOTORS iiilliilll iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniini Here Are This Week's "White Hat" Bargains! BETTER COME A RUNNIN'I NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSEPI WE'RE IN THE MOOD TO WHEEL 'N DEAL! SEE THE NEW 1961 CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOMSI 1959 PONTIAC Catalina, 4-dopr with radio and Automatic Trans. $1750 1958 CHEVROLET Convertible with V-8 250 H.P. engine, power glide, radio ——— $H95 1957 CHEVROLET 4-door with V-8 engine, radio, Power Glide __ $1075 1957 PLYMOUTH Belvidere 2-door Hardtop, V-8, Auto. Trans, radio $1025 1957 CHEVROLET 2-door, with V-8 engine, Reg, Trans. , radio, very sharp. 5 950 1957 PLYMOUTH 4-door Savoy, radio and Automatic Trans. $ 850 1955 BUICK Special 2-door, Hardtop, Reg. Trans. $ 550 1954 CHEVROLET 4-door, radio $ 375 1953 PLYMOUTH 4-door overdrive, radio, lots of miles left in this one. $225 1953 DODGi 2-door r •- $ 250 1951 PONTIAC, 2-door, good $ 95 USED TRUCKS 2-1959 Va-ton Pickups, Chevrolet Fleetsides, 8-ft. box, V-8 engine$1375 ea. 1955 FORD 2-ton Truck, good 8:25x20 tires, 2-speed axle, motor near new $ 829 1951 CHEVROLET V*-ton Pickyp $ 295 1946 FORD '/»-ten Pickup — r $ 95 KOSSUTH OTORCO CYpreis 4-3554 Chevrolet — Corvsir Sol« & • ALGONA

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