The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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From Hog House ,. w^**! 6 .^"! t - arl Hanselman suuered if*' • broken collarbone Friday as he "fell from a hmr house at. hi* ffcm ffhe waf £tf-shinglmg< He had surgery . Saturday at' Fbft" Dodge .Lutheran hospital. Caspar Weighed; Ortonville, Minn., is a. medical patient at Lutheran hospital, ,Fort Dodge. He was visitirfg his nephew Walter Erigel arid niece Mrs. Laura Zwiefel. 1 ' ' Roger, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hardcopf underwent surgery nt* Lutheran hospital,. Fort Dodge, Saturday. His condition is reported; favorable. . Mr. and Mrs; William Prior, daughters Sally, Mrs. James Sloter and Danny were Tuesday evening dinner, guests, with their son, the Djonpyani ' Priors at. Storm Lake. Mrs. Edith Prior mother of William Prior of Ids Grove, returned to Visit, her son to* a,\ye.e,k. . Mr. and'Mm diehard FeltlS and Cynthia • of Stew>rtville MMi.,' cMled",Satttfda.y 'on his cousin, MtU. William .Biglngs anc •Mr. Blglrigs. -.- '. ' Mr, and Mrs. Kay HUnes o Bloomihgten, 111., called On Mrs Kate. Barton Friday, Mrs. Marie Brown "of .Omaha Neb., has visited her daughter Mr. arid'Mrs. John 'Pergandt and family. < " ' ' * ' Mr, and. Mrs 1 . Richard W mersen., and family of SioU3| Falls, S. Dak., were Friday over* night guests of- his mother, Mr*. arid Mrs. . Phil Cl Llchty. Mr.' and Mrs. Jack Lewarne and Jane of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of he'r mother:, Mrs. Clara,Rogers. Mrs. P. E. Griffitt of Versailles, Ky., her, daughter Mrs. William Hudson of Lo\tisville\ Ky.", visili- ed. Thursday to Monday in the hom& of'.her mother; 'Mrs. Clara Rogers. They brought Mrs. Rogers 'home after visiting in Ky. They were accompanied here by Mrs.' Kdtherine "Wertz of Graymont, 111., who was a guest oi Mrs. Ann* Hanselman. TIME JO NEW LIFE TO VOUR LAWN SCOTT'S TURF BUILDER MAKES GREENEST GRASS EVER! Makes heavy, dusty, smelly fertilizers out.of date. Gives you the greenest grass you ever had — and it's so nice to use. • v • • DOpS NOT .BURN, promotes, steady no-surge growth so you don't have extra mowing. - • Fall." is'niafure's time to seed, the soil is/warm, the ' Weajher is right, and there are months of good growing •"ahead. •..•'. '.•".* , ' . . Don't worry about poor soil, -You^ don't? need to go to the trouble and expense of bringing in topsoil. Any soil — even subsoil — can give a satjsfying lawn with regular feedings ,of, SCOTT'S ferot^ftflsuiicling TURF BUILDER. ° * * -4 »* • H * «. i7~A » ASK US ABOUT THE SCOTT'S GUARANTEE. . . LAWN OR YOUR MO.NEY BAC.K! FREDERICK HARDWARE STORE CY 4-4122 . The best placo in Algona Ip buy fine quality haxdware — at a savingl • : : AIGONA Butler Grain Bins PLAY IT SAFE! i ... ' ,„ .. •->,-•,.'*..<. * Lock for the Butler trademark you bvy Butler quality grain bins are pre-engineered to exact- Jug standards by the men who know grain storage best. They go up quickly-last JPBger. They give you the »af eet, most dependable storage you can buy. Wbj*'4 IRQ** ^ . its «««y tq coavwt » Butter bin tot» §B jpn-fMJft dryini iyitcjn it* y«« depide ,• -Mfc - tfttf: Mr# r ft<Jb<stt.- Bfgtagil, Lynn andi, Bradley visited ^ Saturday, in Newell with, Su&t. 1 ana Mrs, B, B._ Martin and Ronald. Ut, and- Mrs. Bryce Widkett returned. fsatiirdsy from, their vacation at their summer home On Lake,.McKeown near HacR.'- en'sacK, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Cferald Ramus aHd Billy wete Weekend visitors in the parental Arthur Rairtus Jidme in BeS Moihes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Browft and' family of Sanborn visited 1 Wednesday to Suhday with her .parents', the Erhest Meyers.' They; stfent a day -at the State Fair in Des>' Moines and visited herf aunt 'Mrs. Eunice Meyer' at Adel, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wlldin' 01 Owatonna, Minn., Visited Thursday with her sisters, the Alleii D-arbys, LuVerne, and Fred Hintzs at Livermore. Mrs. Allen Darby and Marj- Lee visited her sister the Lewii Wildins " in Owatortna', Minn., Sunday to Wednesday. 1 Mr; andTMrs, William Goetsch and Sheryr returned from a vacation spent at Detroit Dakesj Minn., with friends, the Carlton Andersons,- and fishing on Big '•• Titon Shei^l \Ahn Goetsch visited Wedne'Sdiy to Sunday in Poca- hohta's with her aunt and uncle, the L. J. Elberts. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, Sonja Rae and his brother were Sunday evening guests of their brother, the Carl Goetsch jn; Algo,na..-The honored- guests were her sister -Mr. "and Mrs. Robert Cummings of Columbus, 6hio, visiting there. ! ._ ' : .Mrs. William Goetsch went to SioUX City! Saturday and she : and her V daughter • Sonja Rae> went Sunday ' 'to i- Klrigsley- tox'attehd the of Sonja's 1 rbbm- mate, Claudia Artz,' to ' Ernest Page.: Miss '.Goetsch presided at the 'pxuich bowl at the reception". Sonja returned for ten days. With her, family before returning to Morrtingside College for her senior year. • ' ~ "." ' •-' " "• : Goldie Gay" Guess arrived Sunday, at the parental Elden| Guess home from Boulder; Colo., where she attended the summer term at the University. She left Monday for Cherokee to begin her second year, as teacher of the third grade.' ' i Jim .Bysbn- arrived from a hospital, in Mason City Saturday at the home of his mother Mrs. Margaret / Byson. Jim, who suffered a fractured' vertebra in , ; a fall while on construction woiik in Garner, is now in a cast able to-be about, as 1 he * convalesces. : Mrs. Fred Goetsch, her mother, Mrs Clara Baumgartner, and Violet Swiger visited. Sunday in th'e Rilph "Qonsoer 8on^e;in;Fqrt Dodge. Luella Swiger, who* hao been with her sister since Friday, returned home. Guests Sunday in the -Earl, Violet and Luella Swiger home were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Swiger of Pontiac, 111., and Mrs. Lottie Bilbrey of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. George Furstenau of Geneseo, 111., arrived Saturday to visit until -Wednesday with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles : Hanselman, Sr. Mrs.- Furstenaii > is th'e former Edna Hanselman. • Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heeseh announce the engagement arid approaching marriage of thefr daughter, Roslyn Jufle, abovfii to Herbert Harms, son Of Mrs. Margaret Harms and the late Henry Harms., . ^. , The Wedding will take place November 12, at the Good {Ho Lutheran Church of Titohka. (UDM Engi'aving) Sept. 23 at the first Methodist chu?ch, at, Rochester. - h It cost» little moic to own (be very best- M your local Butler Blue Ribbon Dealer, we'll be happy to 'lypu. " v$ « call or »tbp by. There's po obligation. Portland Girls Win IS Blue Ribbons, Fair Portland — The Portland Pen-- nies Girls 4-H were happy with ratings of their entries at the Kossuth County fair. In the junior division, Sharon Lampe got a blue ribbon and Anita Moore a, red ribbon on plain muffins, Sharon Lampe, a red ribbon and Linda Becker a blue ribbon on bar cookies, Linda Becker and Diane Miller each -a red ribbon on drop cookies, Sharon Lampt and. Anita Moore each a red ribbon. on quick bread a!nd Linda Becker and Sharon Lampe each a red ribbon on breakfast on « paper plate. In the intermediate division, Diane Moore, red ribbon on muffins, Janice Larsen, blue ribbon on baking powder biscuits, Janice Larson, red ribbon on sweet rolls, Patricia Lampe a red rib boo on chocolate cake and J?iane Moore a blue ribbon op refrigerator cookies. In the" senior division, Catherine Trunkhill got a red ribbon on sponge cake', Jaju'pe Larsen, blue ribbon, and Nancy Becker, red ribbon on drop cookies, Catherine Trunkhill a blue ribbon and Elizabeth Lampe a blue ribbon on quick bread, Patricia Lampe a blue ribbon on whole wheat rolls, Elizabeth Ljjnpe, •ed ribbon op whole wheat feyead, ffancy Becker, blue rjb- llpn on jelly, #aney, g$ckfi>, j-e4 rjbbon on preserves, |»a,tripja, Lampe, red nbbon on fruit an<J Janice Lai'sen, red ribbon oi ( in the home of Mrs. Wilbur Spear. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks, Daryl and Jim were Sunday visitors in the Guy Sparks home, v Blitt. «' ,; • _ . '•:" , ••;":' 1 '."Mr.- iaijd'. Mrs,, Clifford Young attenjtell. a supper Suriday evening ' in, A S^. • Michael's' church, Whittemore. Mr. 1 " and;"Mrs. 'P. >W. Barlow ana. family were Sunday dinner guests' in the'Clafa Marlow home in honor 6f Mr. and Mrs George Harms of Redfield, S. D., who oame Saturday to visit relatives here. They left Monday morning for theiif home in Redfield with Mrs. Marlow accompanying them. MrSi Marlow will spend a couple v of weeks visiting, her daughter,.and .family. . -, Mr... and, Mrs, Edmund Larsefn went to Minneapolis -Friday/to spend the weekend with Mr. arid Mrs, Jjack • Thompson. Theyr''at- .tended the. State. Fair. ., . • : ,^'J Mn ..and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Ruth artd' David went .to Alde^i Friday night where' they', j'oinjep with, the Robert Ites,, :the Ledri- ard; Ites'tand the>Pat' Putkame^s the; next dayf ^Q ! ;gb'ip i; the Statje Library Still Looks for Books Wednesday, Aug. iff.^as Fot- giveness Day at the* Algeria puts- lie fibr-ary. The' library,' along wjth stores and' offfofes, t was closed for the Fairy so ,the boera thought it would be a'good time for patrons to ' return Overdue books and periodicals without penalty and witfr"ho questions asked. A box was placed.outside the library to receive ' the books. When librarian Beth Arfn'is checked it at 6:30 it was filled. Evidently several persons .waited for the cover of darkness for when she checked it again at 8:30 it was nearly full again I One library patron was forgiven $13.68 worth for that would have been the fine on three books she kept' out. Other book check-out dates; ranged from Nov. 17, 1960 to July 15, 1981. One pair of Algpria teenagers returned copies of "The American Girl" magazine (4a,tea Sept. 1960. They hav.e Been; forgiven by the library, but, not at home. , . ' Miss Annis said that although "Forgiveness Day" was.; a success, there are still several books belonging to the library, that arb longer overdue than'"the ones brought ,back. She would certainly like those;.back. School of Inslruotton which.was conducted ,oy Mrs. QMS Simotts- meie#, eeuffity* president, at the Burt Legion Hall • last .Thursday everting Th'is school "isConducted by the county presidertt following the Eighth District School of Instruction. Unit presidents and secretaries oi 1 another representative are present for the meetings. The Burt Uriit served refreshments. Home On Leave Ledyard -ii Mr. and Mrs. Dale Junkermeier and Klmberly 01 Oce'anside California are spend' ing a 30 day leave from' Marine Corps duties with their parents,, the Marvin Junkermeiers and Theo. Wallentines. Alflono (la.) Upp»f, D»> Mdtr^-S ? FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Alflona C.Y 4-3731 Bort Phono 233 Auxiliary Units At Instruction Session In Burt d l,~. Ten of the'Kossulh County'' Legion ^'A'ux-iiiary, 1 :units were/ represented '.at;: the :C.puntiy: . - , Mrs. Tom Trenary land Mrs. Harold Becker visited in the. Emil Person home and also wem! to Fenton where they visited 1 the Eldon and • Floyd Duncans.. Korene and Judy Fitch and Larry and Reggy Nelson were picnic supper guests in the Virgil Schrader home Saturday. • "Never bear more than one' trouble 'at a time. Some people. bear three kinds: All they have; ever had, 'all they have now ana' all they expect to have". Wesleyan To Wed Wisconsin Girl Mrs. - Albert Relsenaucr, Tomah, Wise, announces the engagement of hen daughter, Irma Ann to David H. Jseaberg, son of Mr. and Mrs." George H. Seaberg, Wesley. Miss Reisenaucr is 'a graduate of Mcthodist-Kahler School ot Nursing at Rochester. Her fiance is an alumnus of Iowa State University at Ames and holds a degree in Mechanical engineering. He is design engineer dl Oliver Corporation, Charles City. The wedding will, take place FRIDAY,, SEPT., 1ST ANDY DOLL, 8e BAND SATURDAY; SEPT. 2ND BOB WHITE 8s ORCH. SUNDAY. SEPT. 3RD NO DANCE MONDAY", SEPT'. 4TH, JULES HERMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA SUNDAY, SEPJ. 3 FREDDIE FREDRICK SUNDAY, SEPT. 10 DON HOY | SUNDAY, SEPT. 17 . OUR 13TH Anniversary •— No Admission Charge RAY LEWIS SUNDAY, SEPT. 24 1 GUY DE LEO 1 No Advanc* I Booth Reservation! I Doors Opfc.n at 8:30 I CORVAH-^ld« turn tiftn i (oil 49* whit. Lonflni htlfM it I to* 14' Hill RAMPSlDt-RollMiltlMheivylMdi THE TIME to save more truck more •• !••••, .1 • v ' . t ' SAVE(;you just can't beat August buys for sating. It's the time of year .when , Cheyroiej;"dealers traditionally pull all the stops. You')l find nw,eeter^thar»-ever ! savings, waiting for you on every '61 Chevy truck—from the nimble.Cbrvair 9.6's, right up to the mighty medium- and heavy-duty jobs. Come in and save a bundle! SAVE! You just can't beat Chevy trucks for working. With Chevy's easier riding Independent Front Suspension, loads ride easier, drivers stay fresher r the, truck lasts longer. You get. more work, more hauls, for your truck dollarsl x SAVE! And for the frosting on the cake—you just can't beat Chevy trucks at tfade-in time. Latest official industry reports prove that Chevrolet trucks lead in trade-in value, week after week, over every major competitor in Chevy's price range.* •Based on official figurts ftom'AutMnollv»M«rM K*P«i CHEVROLET TRUCKS You'vi nivtr MM i heivyweljhl hindli M willy I Wldi (Ma of pkhw bchulM ill FlNtlidMl See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer KOSSUTH MOTOR GO. 108 S. HALL ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3554 When the. phone rings, do you..» Half? or REACH! Nancy Becker each received ceqetyed a blue demonstration. neecj te ^ro||-sverything and sprint to answer the phone . . Bvthr qvgHty farm t <jwrpni«rtl phone style* to Mfg. ^hn ly were Sundjay visitors ~'" sefvieo-, w-for NEW call the Nprthwestern"Bell,' PUpNS bu^nes? --'— '-^' ft ' • -^''-^

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