The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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Ex-Swea^Eagle on was M. ceived here of the sudden death Of a former'resident, Jay Larsbh Seattle, WSsfi.; br'ofe ofRay «nd Art Larson of Armstrong The men and a sister Mrs. Lester Knutsen, were children of the late Mr; and Mrs. Burt Larson all former residents of the Swea' City and Armstrong areas. Mr. Larson was found deaa Friday by a neighbor, His wife the former Gladys Berguson daughter of the late Ed Burge- sons, wias away cooking at a Bible camp. Deductions are that he was stricken soon after the left and three.days passed before he was found. A daughter, Mrs. Joe 'Cochran of Hampton and Mr's. Lester Knutsen of Elsworth left 'immediately for Seattle. Mr< Larson had suffered frofn heart trouble. Services were held Monday. Hfihoihsd At A pink and bide shdwef wa's held at the home of Mrs. Le&nard Peterson June 14 fdr MrS Howard Decker, a former resident of the Swea City community and a member of the Open Bible Church here, Ladies of tHt church were guests. A vocal duet was sung by Nancy Peterson .and Darlenc- Mino, accompanied by Mrs. Clyde Lar'son; Mrs. JUnior Ellis gave a reading, and Mrs. Harold Dec*k- er sang a solo, also accompanied by Mi-s. Larson. Mrs, LpWell Larson led deVotions. Mrs. Decker opened her gifts after which lunch was served. The Deckers now reside at Burt. , . , Patricia Bailey, daughter of the Elmer Baileys and Anna Dixon, daughter of the Lloyd Dixons, Bancroft, enrolled and began training at LaJames Beauty College June 12 at Mason City. Master Sgt. and Mrs. Elston Johnson and sons of Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, spent Monday at the Marlin Hardt home Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer had houseguests recently when 'S, FOLLOW ADVENTURES her brother, and family^the Er ne*it • Vefddes Bftd 2 •'child " NewarK, California 'Spent time here. • i, ' •. . SERVICE MEN 4 rfA*i"i*~4* .»i£& s Consolidated Co-op Creameries SERVING ALGONA, WHITTEMORE, SWEA CITY, FENTON, LONE ROCK AND BURT PHONE WHITTEMORE 8-3361 FOR THE FRESHEST IN DELIVERED DAIRY PRODUCTS . GREENLAND — .'Ar my^Pvt/.Jeriy D. Mevtei-,:'!^ son of Mr. and Mrs, FfM H. Meyer 1021 N. Minnesota St., Algona Iowa, arrived in Greenland May 29 and is now >a member of ihe 55th Artillery, a Nike-Hei-cules missile Unit, at Thule Air Fotcd Base. Meyer, who was last Statloriec at Fort Bliss, Tex., is a radar specialist in the artillery's Battery D. The 1959 Algonfe High. Sctiooi graduate entered the Army ir December 1960 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. P ARRIS ISLAND, S. C A refresher course in administrative procedures is offered periodically by the Personnel Administration School at'' the' Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S C. Completing such a course, May 19, was Marine Cpl. Glen. L Thompson, son of Mr. ahd ; Mrs. L. E. Thompson of Lakota, Iowa". Instruction is offered in office management, personnel acco^nt- ing, officer and enlisted men records, pay; separation and discharge, correspondence and publications. Four officers of the Iowa Army National Guard are scheduled to attend service schools during July and August. They include 1st Lt. Howard W. Stephenson, of Algona. Stephenson, of Headquarters. 1st Howitzer Battalion, 194th Artillery at Humboldt, will at- sile School at Ft. Sill, Okla., July FORT SILL, OKLA. — Cadets Arlen T. Bilsborough, 21, and Allan J. Boyken, 20, of Titonka Iowa, are receiving six weeks of training at the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) summer camp at Fort Sill, Okla The training is scheduled to be concluded July 28. Bilsborough, son of .Mr. ana Mrs. Maurice L: Bilsborough, Ti tonka, is a member of Lambd, Chi Alpha fraternity.. j Boyken is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Boyken, TJton The 1958 Titonka Consolidated High School graduates are students at Iowa State University ir Ames. • In 1887, Dr. Robert W. Philip opened the first tuberculosis dispensary in the world, in Edinburg, Scotland. BONUS DAKS AT YOUR MERCURY-COMET DEALER'S METEOR 600 2-DR. SEDAN THE BIG DRIVE IS ON IN ALGONA MERCURY $2417 * Sales are soaring! Ask to fee the figures on the great '61 Mercury. It has 7 money* , self-servicing features traditional luxury ride ASK ABOUT OUR BIG DRIVE DEALS ON USED CARS, TOO give up to 15% more gas rnjjeage. Come get Bonus Days deal today. COMET $1998* Comet is still shooting th,e stars in sales. Here's why; it's the proved compact-., first with fine-car styling ,,, smooth, big-car ride.., room for six, plus huge 28 cu. ft. trunk. Don't wait—buy now. Take advantage of our Bo^ua Days volume deals. COME TAKE THI WHEEL AND SAVE Bid •Mlr'i- lugjoited rolail piles. Tigiuparlalion, '9«< i whiiowallt c*UOi TAYLOR MERCURY ALGONA, IOWA 13 From County "SM* "" j"^-'' Oh DeaiiLisf Atlowa State Thirteen Kossuth County'Stu- dents acHieVeH "the' Dean's List at Iowa SMe* university, Affies, for the spring quarter. StUderits on the 'list Carried at least a -3.5 grade average t)f a possible 4.0. These • students are: Algeria: Garble WfttkSfJf and Michael McNeill, Bufh Jeanette Bjustrdm fihd'EUgenetStSVard, Irvirtgrfeln! •Stanley Kleirir;, tedyardi Charles DeBoer and Arno Troff, L'u- Verne! Dale Braynard and DaVid Trauger,, Ringsied: Michael Jensen aha David Thomas, TifohlKa: WayHe Bartelt and Allan Boyken. mum •Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergmah Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCliesh and family are visiting relatives in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Richard Menke entertained .a group of ladies at a party at her home Thursday evening. Out of town guests were the Tom Lensings and Mrs. Bud Winkel, Whittemore, Barbara Lappe underwent surgery on her nose at a Rochester hospital Tuesday. Her mother, Mrs. Laurence Lappe, is with heir. • ' A shower honoring Mr. arid Mrs. Melvin Fangman was held Friday evening at the Legion club. The Fangmans lost their belongings in a fire a week, a&o which broke out in their honie. They are moving to the Cietus Dorr home. Mrs., Fred Eckhart and Tommy and Mrs. Laurence Bergman spent Thursday visiting Mjs. Chas. Fox, Algona. .,.:•. Richard Farrow, Sauk Center, Minn., visited relatives here the past week. -.-. .' Mrs. Gene Wolf, Cindy, Mrs. Wrn. Quinn' and Moreen spent from Tuesday till Friday,- wi'th Jane Wolf, R. N., Omaha, aha the Marion Higley family. ' 1; ? Mrs.. Lula'Quinn and the Mdr- iori Hi'gley 'family, Omaha, left Friday for .a vacation in Canada. Mrs. Marvin Becker spent ;S&t- urday- at Madison Lake, Minn with the Jck Lynches. Mr. 'and Mrs. Bill Batt, Burt, accompanied by her brother'and ife- Mr. and Mrs. Buss Taylor of Alexandria, Minn., spent FJ day evening at the Laurence Bergman home. — Algonans Host Ex-Resident, Recently Wed Mr. and Mrs. James Tew, Raleigh, N.-C., were honored guests at a miscellaneous shower arid reception, June 18, at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. Mi-, and Mrs. Tew were married at Raleigh, May 31. Mrs. Tew is thV former Beata Klatt. Hostesses were Mrs. Tew's daughters, Mrs. W. R. Ridge, Algona, and Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Hardy and her sisters and brothers Mrs. Ray Funk, Mrs. Arnold Meyer and Paul Schneider, Algona; George Schneider, Ban. erot't; Mrs, Edwin Kuehnast Humboldt and Fred Schneider, LuVerne. A. Schneider, Minneapolis, was unable to attend. The program was in charge of Mrs. Arnold Meyer. Gifts were opened and a lunch was served following the program. Guests 'from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heskett, Des Moincs; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kuehnast, Humboldt; Mrs. Fred Schneider, Mrs. Elda Kollman, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kueshun, Richard Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Meyers, Laura Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider all of LuVerne; Mr. and. Mrs Henry Schultz, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Amos Johnson, Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Alf Krueger, L6ne Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Tew were honored guests at a family 'reunion of Mrs. Tew's brothers ana sisters June 11 at the home^01 her daughter Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Hardy. State Audits Give City A Clean Slate The audit of books for the year 1960 by the office, of the auditor of the state of Iowa for the city of Algona and Aflgona Municipal Utilities was completed recently and ithe reports filled at the city hall during tile paslt week. With a few minbr exceptions, the dual report, completed annually by the state, credited the bookkeeping systems of the city and Utilities as being sound'. Given a complete okay by the stalte Were the mayor's office, treasurer, library and cemetery board and Utilities. The airport was requested to use receipts prenumbered by the printer and to dedudt small amounts of saltes lak before payment of certain invoices. The city clerk's office was asked to use prenumbered receipts and the park board was advised to use receipts for funds received each year. , While the total city budget totaled oult, the state recommended tha.t the council should "prepare the budget with sufficient care" so disbursements in several funds would not exceed appropriations. The statement was aimed alt city funds thalt failed to suffice during 1960 when compared with .the proposed budget prepared 1 in 19S9. The report on ithe city's business was summed up this way ~ "In general the city's financial condition remavnls good and all affairs of the city appear to .have been conducted in an efficient manner." The proposed buidgelt. for 1962, which will "be prSSe'nted at a council meeting in'a,few weeks, s riow being prepared. STAPLING .MACHINES and staples. 'Popular' models. Upper Des Moiiies Pub.'' Co., Algona. i - • Riverdetle Rustlers Rlverdale ftustlers unit 2 4-h club met 'June 15. Slides were shown of the pai-e'nt faaflquct which was in January. A trilk on organization and cleaning up the kitchen Was given by Georgia Thul, and on personal grooni- Ing and how foods affect it was given by Sandy O'Brien. Florence McGuire and Lois Erpelding gave demonstrations. Lois fo- pelding, Florence McGuire, and Vidki McGuife gave a talk on Russia. Georgia and Janice Thul Were hostesses. Letts Creek Leaders The Lotts Creek boys cltab held their annual tour June 19 Thunday, June 29, 1*61 Afetfta (16.) Upper b« Molf1»4-5 meetfng aj David Peteis at 1:SO. Projects consisted of baby beefs, hogs, lambs and dairy heifers. Bob Johnson, county youth director and Dick Kueckc.* leader, accompanied the group. After the tour •& pot luck picnic was held for the families at the Fenton park. Need Actors • A total of 33 persons have Offered to...take part, in the "Little Theater Group at Swea City, being sponsored by • the VFW. However, > theife' seems to be a shorta'gft of'riMile would-be actors, as only 12 have indicated they will participate. Richard Dahl. director, has anrtpufldfed ft need for more male applicants. He will soled a ploy which will be presented by thfe group In August. Take Gob Tour The Weiley Boyii 4«fi Club held its ahhual cltib Idur June 3. After meeting at Sexton, the members visited all club member's farms and inspected projects. Bob Johnson, county , extension youth assistant, and Bora Pervane. Turkish exchange student, Algona, who gave a short talk, were guests. Families 'met at the George Seaberg farm for a pot luck picnic, followed by a Softball game. Rusco Home Improvement Co. IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE Howard A. French AS OUR EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR Rusco Windows and Doors & Hastings Aluminum Awnings FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND INFORMATION, WRITE -H. A. FRENCH, Algona, Phone CY 4-3936. - or MRS. E. J. EVERS, Algona, CY 4-2193 Tea For Mothers U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club honored their mothers on June 19. The event was held at the Legion hall. The door prize made by Kathy Bestenlehner was won by Mrs. Howard Smith. Jean Abbott, Rosemary Bullock, Cheryl Carr, Yvonne Crowley, Gretchen Deim, Debbie Laws, Myrna Mino, and Maureen O'Brien served on the food committee. Members of the entertainment committee were: Kathy Besten- lehner, Cindy JJradley, Darla Carr, Margaret Crowley, Gloria Jgseph, Kathy Joseph, Donna I^enyon, Maflys Lupkcs, Rose no, Vjrginia Sifcrt, and Carol Smith. '.*<,'•"*$,*&/<';*' '*»»& *,',~<V>>-.. * > H ,, t-> " f t -, ' i Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals met June 17 at the home oi ; Linda Bristow. Achievement day was set for •Jujy g7 f Ljinda Buhnjj,e and Jane Evaoey gave 'talks aiwi Ann Peij- ton gave a demonstration. Betty gavt a ix-port Boyohboy! Thermal glasses for only 39* •i . E3Veiy 'tijue you buy at least 7 gallons of new Knco or Enco Extra, the instant energy gasolines, you Can a4<l to'your set of these colorful thermal glasses for only 39c. These amazing glasses are vacuun> insulated so they keep drinks cold down to the last drop. And they won't break, mar or sweat either. (They're made of Escon, a new miracle plastic by Humble.) If you bought them in a store, they would cost you up to $1.25 each, Cpld'drink weather is here BO get your set of eight started today! HUMBlg 0114 REFINING COMPANY-AMERICA'S LEAPING ENERGY COMPANY JOHN ELBERT'S IQOK FOR OUR NEW "INCO" SI<5N, Sf ATE AT MINNESOTA STRE6TS

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