The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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Whether your house is old or new KEEP COOL with proper insulation -Wriettier your house Is oTd or' row, it will pay you to check your insulation. Mart houses/; are not properly Insulated and. , ore hotter than necessary in summer, colder in winter* 1 Proper insulation doesn't cost ... it pays.. .In bid sayings in electricity and fuel. We'll be glad to send a "specialist out to inspect your insulation. 'There's no charge. Noqbjigq* Call us today, ^~^:. ROtl-TYPE INSULATION FOR 1000' SQ. FT, AREA, COSTS ONLY JEJS6 Phone us for a free /aspect/on for homo remodeling help f- KELLEY LUMBER CO "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OnOSEN—ALGONA NUTTY ADVICE The peanut adds a priceless touch — and protein tool Mrs. J. E. Olson of Duluth, Minn., adds chopped, salted peanuts to whipped cream and lathers it on hot gingerbread ... chops a quarter- cup of peanuts (or any nuts) fine, distributes them through apple pie pastry... grinds peanuts to stuff the center of baked apples. (Nutty ideas? I'll race you to the, kitchen!) SAUCY IDEA1, Chill a can of apple sauce; dash It with grated lemon rind to-taste. Now fold in big, ripe strawberries. What * pretty treat. Wasn't that wsy?,- MITT GUSTO Well, I never! Lady wrote way from California, to send this clever tip. Plunge your hand part-way into a worn woolen sock. March up to the first Venetian blind you see, Dust b the easy way! PATIO PATTER Why envy the neighbors their patio, when it's so easy to have one of your own? Watch re-building projects; beg or buy brick or flagstone for a song. Then put the family to teamwork! To finish of! your patio with a flourish, ring it with gas lights. Their soft, gentle glow lends elegance to your Eorae. And they're as practical as they're pretty! See the selection of styles at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer, , ROQUEFORT ROLL-UPS Oh my, must try thesot They've brought fame to Tecla Targacewski of Omaha', Nebr. Mix into a smooth paste: fj lb. Roquefort cheese, one 3-oz pkg. softened cream cheese, % tsp. cayenne pepper, half an onion, grated, 1 tsp. war-] cestershire sauce, 2 tsp. chili sauce and f£ tsp. salt. Trim crusts from 8 thin slices fresh bread. Spread with paste. Roll each slice and pin it with toothpick. Place on greased cookie sheet; bake in pre-heated 400- degree gas oven about 8> minutes, or till b-sad toasts: golden. « Northern Nou/rol PRETTY PACKAGE . Nicest way to cool a room, and give it . extra Summer > spaciousness: make drapes , or curtains the exact shade of your walls. This works especially well in rooms that seem "crowded" by furniture or accumulations, (If you're lucky, you can match your color with pastel sheets. Takes less hemming!). CLOTHESLINES AND PIPELINES Notice how many back yards are "clothesline-free" today? More and more homemakers have discovered the year- around, alUweather advantages of gas clothes dryers, The decline of the clothesline is at least partly due to the increase in pipelines — the kind that carry clean, efficient, low-cost natural gas! Northern Natural Gas. Company's pipelines bring the miracle-fuel to your local gas you can enjoy ail the modern conveniences. <^' 6( * ^^wv v^V^nffVS^v r , Qmiofui, i Plan 4-H Hobo Party .'• The 4-H Junior Leaders of Klossuth County will hold a Hobo Party and cookout, Monday. June 19. The committee in ;charge of the event is pictured abpve — Fronl row, left to right, Nancy Chambers, Susan Nitchals, Ruth Ann Klein. Back row, left to right, ;Duane MJoteger, Duane Diers and Daniel Skow. Engraving). (Extension Fqto—UDM V ^ — — ^i I-"-'- '"'If * **" Cresco Chums The Cresco Churns 4-H' club met June 5 at Call State Park. Each membc? broubht & dinner to broih The 'date' And place for All-Day 'W&rksh6p~ was sol for Juno 27 at Cresco hall. Talkf Were given by'Virginia Gisch and Carolyn RdChle v au. .Guests weee 'Debbie ;Wt6usfcholder 'and Debbie Spocht. ~•'••'; v ; \ " •' assigns, grantee*), devtewsl nnd successors tti inter-) est of each nhd all of) said unkhown defendant!;,) Defendants) tO THE OEPfiNOANTS Start Check On Compliance, Farmers of Kossuth county taking part in the 1961 feed grain program t should be prepared .to have their acreage checked to determine, whether or npt they are in compliance With their agreements, according to R. | 1 Anderson, chairman of 'he county ASC committee. 1 He expected the .measurement of feed grain acreage in the county to get under, way about June 12. Employees of the county committee will start visiting fai-ms that are participating in the feed • grain program. Corn 'and grain sorghum acreage on participating farms will be measured.- The, acreage of land designated as having been diverted from the production of corn and grain sorghum will also be measured and the current use of the land, will be recorded. Six weeks is the time estimated by Chairman Anderson tp be required to visit and check all the farms in the county that are taking part in the feed grain program. Irvington Folks Visit Famous -I-.': ' . . " l , Carving Exhibit Irvington — Marguerite Hayes accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmann of Algona on a drive to Jblley, Iowa, Sunday where they visited the famous wood carving .museum. Mr. Caf- frgy has various life' size'animals all carved from wood. He has all this in his yard at the farm. It is just his spare time hobby. En- route home they stopped at Ames; and at Nevada, visited i. granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs Scheppmann, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Streckler. Charlene, seven ye-ar old daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Vernon Klein was honored with a birthday party on June 12th. Several little girls attended and all enjoyed the afternoon. Elmer Dole' Constr. Co. began work this weell near Armstrong. Chas. Reaper went to Des Moines to spend the weekend with relatives and friends. Local Presbyterian church, is having their session of Bible school now—for the children of their parish. Guy Giddings, local rural route mai.l carrier, is tin a fishing trip into Canada. His 1 wife bejpg Sub- Carrier is servicing the route dur- ng his absence. Mrs. Elmer Dale is spending ? week at the home of their daughter and family, the Joe Birds at [owa City. Mr. and Mrs. D. Walker and Kevin returned home Sunday after enjoying a few days in Minnesota, -accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson and Danny. Swea& Robert Reutzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reutzel of Fairmont, former .Swea .City area. people, was awarded 'a certificate 6f high scholastic achievement • throughout his four years' 'of college 'at the annual honors (convocation Monday at South Dakota State College, Brookings,-S.'Dj }''*' "'Janet Walker left 'TuesdayTo attend the 4-H convention at Ames. She was in the state chorus. ... . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer'Alderdyce of Fayette brought Rita'Barkey of Chicago and William Ward of Arlington to spend the weekend at the Ralph Walker home. Mr.'land Mrs! Maricil Hurlburt, Tommy and Judy spent May '2731 at Walker, Minn, for some fishing. Other Swea City people there were Mr. and Mrs.-V.. E Hazelhoff and family, Mr. i and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, .Sharon and Gary' Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson 'and family • and Milton Greimann -and friends., , •• Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen and Sharon were Wednesday evening callers at ^the .Mancil Hurlburt home. •Mr. .and Mrs., Eldon^Link and family and Mr. and Mrs. Er'vin Link were at the William Gies home Sunday evening to observe the birthday of Mrs. Eldon Link. Mrs. William • Gies has been undergoing a .series of treatments at Holy Family hospital.. . Mr. and 'Mrs. Dale R. Anderson and family of Hazelton; Penn. left Wednesday after spending 10 days visiting with his parents, the Carl Andersons. Also visiting at the Andersons are their daughter and family,.Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Gillson of Alamosa, Colo, Mrs. Laurel Peterson and Sheila were visitors Thursday through Sunday at the home of the Otto 'Falks at Grove City, Minn. Mrs. Ida O'Green and Harold were hosts to a smorgasbord at Hands Park Sunday evening with quests as follows: Mr. and Mrs S Sjoblom and family and Mrs fda Larson all of Fairmont, .Mrs. Anna Larson and Mrs. Christine Thorson, Armstrong. • ORIGINAL - . ! ' NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COUftT OF IOWA. IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY HAftOLD SCHUMACHER) ' Plaintiff) VS. ' ) ALICE C. EILER; W. A.) .FILER; FRANK EILEH;) CHAS. P. EILER! AMEL-) IA COWAN; WILLIE A.) EII.ER; RAYMOND El-:) LER; HARRY NEWTONi) •KATE SHAKER; DORO-) THY EILER; BILLY) .N.EWTO'N; MAYME) : BICKERMAN; MARIE)- ! .EILER; ST. JOHN'S) CATHOLIC CHURCH,) Three Oaks, Michigan;) ST. MARY'S OF-. THE) LAKE CArtHOliIC) CHURCH, New Buffalo,) Michigan; BARBARA EI-) LEH; E. '.BARBARA EI-) LER; HARRY MON-) TEALEGRE; • HAZEL) MONTEALEGRE; the un-j » known heirs," grnntee.s,) devisees, assigns or sue-) cessors in Interest of all) known defendants; and) , all unknown claimants) and all persons unknown) claiming any right, title)' or Interest in and to the) : following: described- real) estate situated in Kossuth) County, lo;wa,, to-wit:) The West 20-1/3 feet ) ' '• of Lot Five (5) and ) the East 3 i'eet of Lot ) Six, (6), .Block Five-(5) . ) Whiltemore.i , • , .-) and all the heirs, spouses,) Son Of Former Algonans Is L. A. Graduate Phent €Y 4-3i3i - Your Ntwi^pti ABOVE NAMfeD,' INCLUDING ALL UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS TO THE WEST 20-1/3 FEET OP LOT FIVE (6) AND THE EAST 3 FEET OF LOT SIX (0). BLOCK FIVE (5), WIIITTEMOttE, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: , You 6ntl eielt' of you -nre hereby notified Hint (here Is now on rile In the offiefc ot the Clerk ot the District court Cf Itiwa In and for Kos- auth county the petition of plaintiff in said caliSe alleging that he is the ree simple owner of the following described' rtfll estnte situated In Kos- sutli cotinty,- State or Iowa, to-wlt: The West 20-1/3 feel of Lot Five ($)• and the Bast 3 feet of Lot Six (8), Block 1 Five (B), Whltte- mohs, and. Alleging that he Is credibly Informed arid believes thnt some or oil of the defendants herein, including- unknown claimants, ,elnlm some right, title or Interest" In and to said premises adverse to the title of this plain- tin, the full particulars of which appear in said petition, and wherein said plaintiff prays that the title to scld real estate be quieted,, established and confirmed In him, and that the defendant!;, and each and all of them,' be forever barred and estop- ped from claiming or asserting any right, title or interest in or to said real estate or any part thereof, adverse to the title of tills plaintiff. AND UNLESS you appear and defend Eald, action -before the District Court of Iowa in and tor Kossuth County, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at or before 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 13lh 'day of July, A. D., 1D01 you will be in default, and Judge- ment and decree establishing and quieting title to 'said real estate in said plaintiff as prayed In said petition mny be entered, and the defendants, and each and all of them, will be forever barted and estopped from having or asserting any right, title or Interest in or to said real estate 'ad- Verse to the title of this plaintiff. Notice is hereby given that no personal judgement is claimed against any defendant, .Dated this 2nd day of June, A. D., •' L1NNAN. LYNCH :& STRAUS By Joseph J. Straub ' 19 Vi N. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF . • . ' . (23-24-25) Thursday, June IS, 1961 Algeria (la.) Upper D« Maln«-3 ^^ BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWlTH RENWICK HOMES AT . LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED .PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) (Mender Protect your Boat and Motor; "' . with an _ _ " Floater tf8 Just good business to protect your outboard* equipment yritb an Auto* , Owners Floater Policy . . . ' makes boating more fun, too. Here's coverage •shore or afloat Call ut ( for details ioday, ; ' ' MUTUAUJ^URANCECOMPANr " ' ; " PHONE CY 4-4529 A. J. "ARNIE^' RICKLEFS RICKLEFS INSURANCE AGENCY 2 E. "State Algona Your RUSK Check List Oi VACATION NEEDS \'f. I: MEDICAL: ; THERMOMETERS - SUN 'GLASSES - SUNTAN LOTION - ADHESIVE BANDAGES - FIRST AID KIT - HEADACHE REMEDIES - VITAMINS TOILETRIES: TOOTH PASTE - DEODORANTS - SHAVING CREAM - RAZOR BLADES - SHAMPOO — BOBBY PINS - HAIR NETS - FOOT POWDER SPECIAL NEEDS: I '. : ' CAMERAS - POLAROID AND KODAK FILM • FLASHLIGHTS - VACUUM' BOTTLES; - TRAVEL CLOCKS - SHOE POLISH - BATHING CAPS - INSECT REPELLENT - INSECTICIDES SHOP RUSK'S FIRST . •• i ' .. . • .-• •?<''•;. ,-••;. ' • i . -.•;••.• RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY CY 4-2349 117 East State Algona GAR THAT RIDES LIKE' COST MORE? question you'U have left is why didn't you try it sooner. You might also ask: Who else in Chevrolet's field ----- - * • - ---' such a viJten you, put it on the car more people are buying and that car i$ the Jet-smooth Chevrolet. Best Way to settle any furOier questions about wide variety of models to make sure you get just what you're looking for? Answer: Nobody. Prices? The man to check for the low-down on that Chemf* ride is to settle behind the wheel and try it. one is your Chevrolet dealer. Hes Full Coil suspension and over 700 other gentle per- ready and waiting for you right now c M ^,J&roughoutaie body and chassis will go to work with all the right cushioning, insulting, mooting* J~E"T. .\ /I///J f) 7 ff sootfiing and pampering. Only «/x-/X M-trx *s vxx xx^ Air waJittaniflg-an extrf^optfaw that (|m)[N fijjJwUp temperature control Try il Tom Root, Wesley, Creighton Orad Thomas L. Root was one of three hundred students to receive a degree at the Creighton University Commencement Wednesday, June ? The son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T Root, Wesley, Iowa, Thomas was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. While at Creighton he was a member of Iota Kappa Epsilon, sports fraternity. Thomas is a 1Q57 graduate of Wesley High School. Mark Mathison, pictured above, is the son of a former Algom couple, who is a June 15 graduate from University High School in Los Angeles. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathison. His mother is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka of Algona, and both parents are graduates of Algona high. The family has been living on the west coast for some years. At Manhsatten Beach, Cal. the daughter of another Algona couple has also been a graduate. She is Nancy Moore, daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Herman Moore. Mrs. Moore is the former Lucille Dearch. (UDM Engraving) *) Ofowfcfe <d jja*r fcwrf otrfRorfe«f Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HALL ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3554

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