The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1961
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Algeria (la.) Upper DM Molnas-3 Thursday, July 20, 1961 Rosary Society At Ledyard Has New, Officers —,— ,,* Sacred Heart Rosary Society met July 6. Albert Becker gave a declamatory reading, Bonnie and, Diane Becker and Linda and Judy Kollasch •sang, accompanied , by Barbalr Farrow, Mrk.7. Jbhnsbft gave'a reading atid Mrs. -Henry darken and Mrs. Gust Koppeh talked. Donnar;Kayser gave the 4-H Country Girl's , Creed : followed by a song ,'fD'reaming':' by Mary Ann and Donna Kavser, accompanied by Barbara Farrow. The program was concluded with' a poem by Mrs. Paul Kollaseh* < Mrs. Leslie Mino was named •tp. serve as - secretary for the remainder of: the year. Mrs, Ted Thilges and' Mrs. Hubert" Gov-' ern We're' named as co-chairmen for the Fall Supper.. 'Hostesses were Mrs.' ' Alfred Busch, chairman; Mrs. Johr Steinberg, Mrs. A. J. Kollasch Jack Krebsback, Mrs.' Robert Senenfelder, Mrs. L. A, Terne; and. Lurena Trenary. Install Officers" ' ' " .New officers'were installed a' the Tuesday night meeting ol the Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Kenneth Kollasch of Swea City was the installing officer. Those installed 'are/ president, ; Mrs. Earl Jorgerison;;; first', vice president, Mrs. G. F. Simonsmeier; treasurer, Mrs. Wm. Baumann; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Alvin Busch; and historian, Mrs, .Wilma MacKinnon. Mrs. Howard Klinksiek and Mrs. William Baumann will be in charge of child welfare, ,Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier , was , named membership chairman, Mrs. John Manthei and Mrs, Marvin Lloyd will be'poppy chairrrieri and rehabilitation chairmen are Mrs Melvin Busch and Mrs. Kenneth Iteese. Sharon .Klooster gave a report on Hawkeye Girls State which she attended. Mrs. Burton Johnson was hostess. Sandra Johnson . and Nancy Herzog were in Des Moines Sat : urday where they played with the Kossuth County All Stars in the Wotnens Softball tournament. The Kossuth County team played the Warren team, winners of the state high school girls softball? tourney, and ,wer(v defeat^ 4&1,,*M' ! «.- •%>** «i* 'Jj ; *Mr. and Mrs. Robert,Dyer ajid sons of St. ''Paul visited with his mother, Mrs. Eunice Dyer from Monday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Oberg ol Elk River, Minn, visited at the G, F. Simonsmeier home Wednesday. John Klooster underwent surgery at Naeve hospital in Albert Lea Friday. Anna Wicse spent the Fourth at the home of her brother anc family, the Walter Simonsmei- ers, and stayed over to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lottie Green The Cassem family reunior was held at the Walter Schaum berg home in Rake Sunday Among those attending were the Russel Cassems of Morris, 111. Mrs. Bess Murray and Marj Sheridan of Bancroft visited ai the J. J. McDonald home Tuesday evening. Paula Jorgenson, small daughter of the Robert Jorgensons. was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital July 5 and was released on Sunday. Mrs. L. A. Nitz was also admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Wednesday. ' „„,,., Harold Herzog and Ed Munyer of Elmore were guests ol Elmore Concrete Products at a Twins baseball game recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dutton and Ellsworth attended the Red Rock Camp Meeting at Lake Koronis, Paynesville, Minn, last week. Midnight Fire Damages Pool Hall At Lakota Firemen were called about midnight July 9 when a fire was discovered in the Vincent Miller pool hall at Lakota. The north wall of the building was burned and the entire inside damaged by smoke and water. The merchandise is a complete loss, according to Miller. Firemen have not determined the cause of the fire. The loss was partially covered by insurance. Miller, who has operated the establishment for six years, said he may remodel and rebuild the structure. Two Fire Cdlli Algona firemen were called to the scenes of two fires here July 10. They went to 109 North Blackford street at 6:50 a.m. and extinguished a blaze in. a iarge tree. The fire ha4 reached high branches and it was feared ftre and sparks might set. building!* in the area pn fire. At 2:40 p.p., they were called to the Ready- Mix Concrete and Lumber Co. shop on Lantry street where firt had shot out around the furnace. Employees using fire extinguishen: controled, toe blase. 4/t* YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN THIS CAR • COUNTY •I SPONSORED BY 1HE AIGONA Jay-Cees THIS ' 2-DOOR DODGE "LANCER" TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AT 10 P.M. ON AUGUST 18 1. The winner shall be at least 16 years of age. 2. The winner shall be a resident of Kossuth, Humboldt, Palo Alto, Hancock, ',. or Winnebago County, all located in the State of Iowa. 3. The winner shall be present the night of the drawing. '<•.., A. The sponsor and families are not eligible to win. 5. The employees of sponsors at the place of employment are not eligible to win. 6. Jaycees and their families are not eligible to win. 7. Fair Board officers and directors and their families are not eligible to win. 8. Each sponsor shall draw semi-final winners which shall be eligible for the final drawing. ( 9. Ten semi-final winners shall be picked from all other tickets signed prior to the final drawing at Fair on August 18, 1961. 10. All semi-final winners thus selected shall be placed together and an ultimate winner selected. THERE WILL BE 35 WEEKLY WINNERS DRAWN, ONE FROM EACH SPONSORING FIRM. THESE N^MJS, W ™ T0 INDRAWN AJ'LARGE, m AUGUST 10, WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE FINAL 175 NAMES - ONE WILL WIN THE FREE DODGE "LANCER". .„,[( .('>! .1 Yy 'i'i;-!^7Ti,v;;> NOTHING TO BUY - JUST GET IN THE FUN istration Any Of The Following Area Firms... ALGONA THE CHRISCHILLES STORE "Boosting the JayCees as we have all civic activities for over 90 years" READY-MIX CONCRETE & LBR. Ready-Mix Concrete - Lumber Bldg. Supplies — Block and Tile. CY 4-4266 ' Algona KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY & FAIR Located at Fairgrounds Races every Saturday Evening THRILLS - CHILLS FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC. Gain Booster Cattle Feeds - Purina Feeds Fertilizer - Seed Custom cleaning & mixing - Animal health needs SAM DAVIS - Owner CY 4-4621 JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - Mqssey-Fergyson - <?MC Trucks - Butler Bins IT Firestone - Gehl. Algona PiRCIVAl MOTORS DQPQJ 4-347! Algono Headquarters for casual clothes for your vacation Iravel. ALGONA 'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds — Grinding and mixing — New plant north on 169. C, 4-4206 Algona FAREWAY STORES, INC. Buy your qroceries at a JayCee Auto-Rama store get your FREE tickets at the same time. READ'S FURNITURE, INC. "The store with quality and service at a price you can afford" Algona KOSSUTH FAIR BOARD "Go to the Fair this year" The JayCees will be there August 15-18 ADVANCE PUB. CO. Publishers of the Algona Kossuth County Advance"This Area's Favorite Newspaper" Job Printing - Wedding Announcements — Office Supplies BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE We're building for your neighbor - let u« build for you. Complete Building Service ^<>||pi^iflpiiii^ EAST END GROCERY fine foods and meats at uptown prices — Open evenings and Sundays. NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE AND NO. IOWA SEWING MACHINE CY 4-3818 Algona UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Publishers of Algona Upper Des Moines - Commercial printing - Office supplies and equipment. CY 4-3535 Algona ALGONA GRAIN & FEED CO. Master-Mix Feeds A definite feed for a definite need — Complete grinding and mixing service. KLGA RADIO 1600 on your dial "Best Sound Around" RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY Cosmetics - Cameras - Watches Prescriptions Filled 117 E. State Algona LINDSAY SOFT WATER Fully-automatic water softeners Sales - Rentals - Service 708 S. Phillips CY 4-3755 SECURITY STATE BANK ALGONA BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Retail Yards CY 4-2619 Algona HONSBRUCH REXALL DRUG Prescription specialists A complete drug store 14 E. State CY 4-3581 RICKLEFS INSURANCE "Be sure — insure with Arnie" CY 4-4529 Algona BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE CO. Standard brands you can depend on — 3 floors to choose from. (Algona's largest selection) You always do better at Bjustrom's SHUTS SHOE STORE The shoe store that takes care of your feet. 16 E. State Algona COAST-TO-COAST STORE "Summer discount sale on NOW" CY 4-4432 Algono vfr***yfr"*Wjr*'*»vv^^

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