The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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ALL JUNE BmTMCAYS ' AMD.H19 RAMSLER3 ' JUL^S HERMAN .' And Hii Plftft Ban«*0«h, f HE" ?A§UL6US~PLAmS • Teens We If fll, c fe SAT., JUNE 23-24 Saluting bur newest jtrfift; ^ HAWAIIAN NlOHfcS *' • • Fabuloiis Dacerakioh 1 * * Shirley NQaift. Native Drta j Plllll||BllflllllllM|^HIMimimimi»in«IIMinilMHI»millllMmil PLANTATION BALLROOM „ * , y, i- ,. , ,. v -" "» * i ' * * t " fWhWamore, leWo SUNDAY, JUNE 18 i-Alfl6ha (la.) Upper 5 N MotfiH j ^ThtJfidBy, Ju.Ai 15, 1961 SUNDAY, JUNE 25 GUYDE^EO V v ' ' ;' i ;Nd Advance, , < -. Booth! Resarvdtlohl . i 'Door* Op&i .at 8:30 lilDIIIWIliillH NOW.I. 1 1 afof'; i<: HOMEOWNERS "ill" 1 INSURANCE PROTECTION THE pac/coged WAY FOR YOUR CdNVeMllNCE, «.e Peelaged 'Hom»owntr»,pl«8 • qn«bl*( you to'hive' inly cne policy i. .only . Picnic & Elect j >* Butt — Eighteen members of thfej Burt Past Matrons" enjoyed 8 Wcnic dinner" >at the hotne of Lillian Ffedrickson last Thurs-' 'day. Each answered roll call by felatingjineideh^s' humorous 01 3crk>us from their years in "The East". Secretary » Lulu - Hawcott |ave a report on the club's years activities. v , Officers'elected to preside beginning in , the^fall were Ethel Dr,cirimj2l,> president; Ruth Alice PattersM^ j vice-president; Beth MiHer.'secretofry-treasuror; Mary Jarie faugan, historian, The club will have vacation until 1 V , ope prtmfym., r enj^one jiasni ... oply one Iniurinee..eoiTip«ny f«:lB|W»i vo U f'dw,llin*'p, f ,on.r'.nd, : family Mflvftlti -• ( :}.;.':>./•..'.,:/.; ••. Four poltcjti In one m»in» (tip wit: fooj. You gtt economy dut credit fof/your prtjint unwpiftd lnnirsnee. v , You cWt:h»v»;tp,w»l», ;.-, {'.'•*••; . FOR: • YOUR HOME • YOUR FAMILY • YOUR PROPERTY 9 PERSONAL BELONGINGS ASK US! BLOSSOM Insurance Agency Algona Iowa more. . - . ' , , Mrs. Arlen Johnson, San Antonio, Texas visited Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Helen Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is visiting her parents, the Steve Bakers at Decorah, Iowa. Arlen, her r|us- band, son of Helen Johnson, is spending; 6 • months in Military Training in San Antonio. He is in *hp Medical Corps. Paulette, daughter of Mr. and Hormel Livestock Station PHONE CY 4-3531 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith and Margaret and Mr. artd Mrs. G. H. McMullen • visited Saturday evening at the "Jack . McMullen home at Northwood, Cheryl 'Smith, who' is taking nurses tralnih'g at Iowa City spent a few days with her par- ,ents, the Jake Smiths. Eugene Bahling, Cedar Falls spent the weekend at the parerit- dl .Merwyn /Bahlirtg .home. Eugene iSi attending summer school, /fjev, and Mrs. F, G. Samek and Cheryl entertained at 'breakfast on Monday. Guests were Rev. and'MrsJMax Goldman and fam- >lv, TitOrtka and R'evr and" Mrs. Eyan Ro.uth, Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tellier en- ;"ertained at a barbeque Wednes; day. evening in honor of the Lewis. Finchs who left early Friday 'or Utah where Mr. Finch will attend summer school. Guests included the Finch's and Mr. and klrs. Clifford Schrader. ,-.[ Cigarette permits were renewed at the regular meeting of the Siirt .T6wn Council on Monday yenihg. Street chariman report- d that'the'Hargreaves Cohstruc- ion Company of Cedar Rapids lad completed the blaCktopping of : an'.additional 14 .city blocks of street. Current 'bills were ap- >rpve,d. All members and Mayor fels Nelson' were present.' '' -Mr. •' and Mrs. Al Hinckley, Carilyii arid Duane- attended the concert presented by. the Mas-ter's Melodeers from Morningside College at {he Wesley Methodist church on Sunday- evening. . , Mr.'and Mrs. Paul Olson and Dfirfy-Lynn, Blue Earth, spent the weekend at. the Larry' Holding; h,oirie. Mr.' and Mrs. Fritz, Krohnberg,' M£. and Mrs. Wilfred Krohnberg, Owatonna, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed, ICrohnberg of Kiester, 'Minn., and J o'h n Krohriberg,'." Mrs. Kiester, John -Krohnberg,, Mrs. Henry- Saucke, Wells, were visitors; at'the Allen Hinckley home op Tuesday; The- visitors. and Mrs. Hinckley attended funeral services' in the afternoon for their aunt, Mrs; C. C. Baas at Whitte- Sunshine FUNERAL SERVICE Ambufatte* and Air Charter Alflorid CY 4*731 . New Stops Jteh^rRelieves Paiii '«•» York, N. T. <9p«'Fof th«' first time science has f onnd a riew .healing mibstand* With the eatott-: ishing ability to shrink h'«tnofc rholdfl, stop itching, nnd relieve pain- without surgery. .'• In ease after Case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took, place. ll-re*ulUw»r«' to" thorough that •ttffer«r« astoniAln? «tatein«ftt« llk« "Pil«§ have ceased to be •>probl«fnlf | The secret ii a.fittf heallnr «b- Btance '(Blo-Dyn**)-^^^,*! .• world-famous rei«a*eha«8titOt«. This substance U ttow «v»lltbl« In tuppoiitor^lot^ntmtitt under the'na " At«U4rut> ,•.*'•'' f f ' '• While no real large building projects have been announced fo,r 1961 in the Algona vicinity, the advent of warm weather did allow contractors and carpenters .to get busy on sever'a^ construction jobs here within the pasit few weeks. The above composite photo shows five jobs in the process of completion. .. , ••' - T •".".In ithe upper left corner, the'almost-complete home of Mr and Mrs Les Faber, which is being built by Kelley Lumber Co. on South Dodjge street; is shown. It is one of two new homes being built by the same firm near the swimming pool. : ; Hugo Johnson, who is working with Tom Dailey on a new barber shop for Henry Fursit on East Kennedy street, is shown troweliing the concrete floor of the building in the photo at upper .right. At lower left, a crew of three men 'from Heady-Mix Concrete aihd Lumber Co. is shown working on the addition- to the office of Dr. John M; Schutter on North Dodge street. The. addition, when completed, wiM add a 24 x 27 fooit section to-the building.. ., , More curb and gutter is also being built here. In the. photo at lower right, a Ready-Mix truck is it delivers a load.of concrete 1 to a Bowman Builders crew on South Durant sitr.eet. , In .the small photo in the center, workmen of Bronson Lumber Co. are shown working on the rafters of the new home of, Mr and Mrs John Claude on East Lucas street, which completed B.opn. These photos represent a cross-section of the -work now being done here — work 'thalt eventually will change Algona's* appearance. (UDM Newsfotos — Engravings) .,'...: Mrs. Paujl Arendt, underwent surgery'for the removal of her tonsils, and adenoids at St. Ann hospital on Tuesday. Jackie Lynch Is Shower Honoree At Bancroft Bancroft — A shower honoring Jackie Lynch, bride-to-be of Marvin Becker,, was held Sunday afternoon'. iri St. John's church. She v -received imany gifts. The wedding will be here June 17. They will make their home here. Shoots Snake ,.- - '• ,, Patrick Merran, 14,'son of Mr; and Mrs. Geo. Merran who live one-half mile, east. of Bancroft, went hunting Sunday with his rifle. While returning home through the cattle yard a short distance from the house he shot a huge snake, which turned out to be a spotted adder about three feet long and three inches around. Mrs. Martha Foth is a surgery patient at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudson and family, Omaha, Mr. and Mrs John Guy, Dexter, Minn.spent the weekend at the Perry Torine home. Billy T/ilhelmi accompanied Leland Derner to Chicago Saturday evening where he will work this summer. Larry Eckhart and Duane McCleisch went to Chicago where they will be employed by United Airlines. Donna Bergman came home from Chicago and will be here until her wedding June 19. Kay Menke and Priscilla Govern, who had been visiting relatives ir Chicago, returned home with her. Banns of marriage were announced Sunday for Donald J. Haupert, son of Mr. >and Mrs. T ohn H=Mi"e r t and Mary Lou Bart, Mank-ato. A shower honor- : n« Misy Bart will be held Sunday in St. Jolt's church. Mrs Donald Usher Sharon Strayer and Craig Rule were married Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church at, Algona. Her father, Keith Strayer is lay-pastor at the Presbyterian church here. Attending from this community were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van.Buskirk, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -Richards, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark,.Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Caroline Telford, Mrs. Essie Co.oper and Mrs. Leona Warrior .of Iowa Falls who is spend- days with the Ralph Richardjs. The Ladies Rural Club enjoyed pot luck lunch at the home of Mrs. Essie Cooper Thursday. The afternoon was spent visiting. Delbert Wehrspann, son of, Mf> and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann, was married to Shirley Chaulsett at the Lutheran Church- at Brookings, S, Dak. Saturday evening. His brother Roger was best man and Eldon Meyer was groomsman. Others attending from here ALGONA, IOWA Demo Women Set June 20 Lunch The Kossuth County Derpoerat- ic Women's club will have a luncheon at the St. Joseph parish hall in Wesley on Tuesday. June 20th at 1:00 p.m. Bridge and 500 will be played with lovely prizes and door prices. The price will be $1.40 par person. Reservations should be in by Friday, June 16th. All Democratic women in the county are invited to attend. Call or write Mrs. Don Prieskorn, 518 So. Moore Street, Algontet — Cy 4-3898 or held its yearly club tour June 6. were Mr. and Mrs. Lester spann, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofte- berg and family, Mrs. Mina Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Ronald Ellingson and Curtis Larson. Beginning June 25 for the re* mainder of the summer thert> will be no Sunday school at the Lutheran church. Mrs. Helen Campbell was 81 years old Friday. Neighbors who fame in the afternoon to help her observe the day were Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Selma Nelson and Mrs. Oli. ver Kinseth. { ' Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cooper went to Iowa City Tuesday. Mr. Cooper is having tests taken aj. University hospital. Douglas Daniel, who has been attending the University of Iowa at Iowa City, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel. He will wort ai Cedar Rapids this summer. Karciia Usher graduated from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls Friday morning. Mp. and Mrs. Donald Usher, Ruth and Sara and Mrs. Orlando Grefstap of Bode attended. Donald Ourth was also, a graduate. He lived here with his parents while his father, Oscar Ourth, was superintendent of the Ottosen school. The Lte family held their re. union at the Community hall at Thor Sunday. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Anthony and Ronald Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl' James and Roger and Mr. and Mrs. John Vinaas and Gudrun Meltvedt of Cylinder. REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Uppet Mows Pub, Co., Audible Passing Signal A Must From Now On A ruling by Iowa's attorney general. , Thursday, June 8, will change the driving habits of many thousands of motorists — or else. ' ' ...... It .was announced that it is a misdemeanor if a driver fails to give an ' AUDIBLE signal when overtaking on the- left of a passr ed vehicle; So from now on—you'd better use that horn when ybu decide to pass a car, 'truck or any other type of vehicle on Iowa's highways. •• " • The opinion inside it clear that lOwa law does not specifically say 1 -that the driver Of tHe 1 overtaking* vehicle is" required 'to give an avidible sfgnial — but the Iowa Supreme Court 'has decided' that such is 'the ; few. ' : The opinion added that the law places the' burden upon the driver of the bvertaken vehicle to prove that he (or sh£) did not hear the 'Signal, when the point is in dispute. The courts have held thlat the driver of a car is not necessarily : negligent because he failed to make the driver of a 'vehicle iii front of. him hear St. Joe Trojans Wednesaay; May 31 the St. Joe Troja,n?, meV at .the Richard McGuire h'om'e. Randy TCollasch and Kenneth Erpelding' were chosen to giye junior demonstrations. Plans 'were hiade for the club tour June 28 starting 'at Randy — wltbtht BRUNER WATER SOFTENER REGENERATES WHILE YOU SLEEP Atiioopge iMi Wfljw? Vw m*& tb* Swtvjp«-«W<*>?* ftwr fuJJr AUK***; *^ t ^S f £ tt * iA S PWM8INQ Kollasch's at^A picnic will follow the Hour-at-'the" churcn grounds, for members ,'arid their families. Club tour committee is 1 Art Becker Nicky 'Erpelding, Randy Ko Vsch, Kenneth Bormann, Dulane, Bernadette and Lenore Hilbert. Lunch wias served by Dave McGuire. POWERFUL DIPLOMAT - S HEARING AID "Royalty of Hearing Aids". ALGONA HOTEL TUES., JUNE 20 9 a-m. io 12 noon latteries and service for most, makes—You ,are invited to ,come in. ' , '..'"' AUDIPHQNE CO. 611 Fleming Bldg. Bin & Walnut Sis. DM AUTHORIZED ZENITH HEARING. AID DEALER Can You In Time? Dont bt faulty br»k»» jeepeRlhe rt* «*My »f your family . . . Stop > ftxUy for QUALITY BRAKE SIRVICE. . 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Come get your Bonus Pays deal today, ASK ABOUT OUR BIG DRIVE DEALS • USED QAR5, TOO < i ome * *» f« $^«ng th« W sales, Here> yhy; ^ first with ftne^ar styjfeg', ,, smooth, big-car ride.,, room for ***' plus huge 28 cu> f ** trunk, Pon't wait—buy now, Take ad vantage qf our Bonus Pays volujne deals, COME TAKE THE WHEEL AND SAVE BIO ' TAYLOR MIRCURY 105 SOUTH PHILLIPS AIGONA,

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