The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1961
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thutiday, September 7, 1961 ' ,an additiftn. to milady's coiffure i Mr., and Mf»> _. a ' hank of hfliH Con1e b had a ,w years afco, by dilfgent saving of when .their guests hair that combed out, pinned on Harris' rflece MfdKaaffl with the hair of our head. Of TWewes ahd pilot Mary, course switches could be BUT- dorr, ' and Mrs. Herbert Hensley, is a |ifst eousln ttf Jack of "Bean Stalk" tales. Only Kevin's is a pumpKJn vine, As a school project he planted a pumpkin seed in a can and when vacation time rolled around, he took the ----- growth to _ grandfather Arthur Obrecht's shop. There the plant perked up . chased, DUI wny ouy some onci e> -" *-<"'«= wim. mem a; I really need help, too, 'If I could e] ses when we could furnish the cd wlt , h n)s Parents, Mft' just convince somebne that my makings of our own and get a Leo Mergen, Now girl puois-are education needed a journey, Oh perfect match? How many ol not too common, but M!6ft a &Ie hum-m-m-m! They also visiteo you remember the false puffs is , a Sood 6nfe fend Wenlf-feolfi^ Williamsburg, Gettysburg, and at Veda Herbst had and the envy f 11 the »«*£»' She" haa^Sd * Virginia Beach they took A swim she created among us with that lhe ' alf l jc)i ' t befor6,sh6.:^a'S f? frM in the Atlantic. All these places "Hra hair piece? \^ the use of a WrediplMfe«tJifte <.«.u_j -— ...•-.- ....... ... i i O ff s several tihies, find'/otKer COOK tne X isited are ric h with American near his ^«, "^^""""y^ ls . ° f of 35-40 "feet and punorthThree , mi]lion But Kevin — ' the J. Puller ' , . 11* *, stunti! considfe!%e( 5 The eclipse too surprised. He "Well you see, 1 have "a red thumb," with all the serenity of an old gardener. 1.1 was announced ahead for view life worth ers who might find it interest _„„..., lor after weeks of ing, and for those who had nev inactivity following a broken er seen one. I saw one years hip suffered in. a fall at the ago when 1 was quite a small Country Club, he is now able to child. 1 t-ecall it vividly. A pleas drive his car. The first 'long ant summer evening, and moth taken a few weeks ago er, dad and I lay crosswise on - f "^?T « ot MUW the daughter Sle who Irriv ? «d Ken.ftrt a great 71u'6ft» EM - SSUSSr»-P !,BMBTSSfM * * * •*<•»' ,'; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stra. If you. 'don'i bdievV 'ftw 1 Lug. 24, horn, former residents here now, grows bigger and better vi>V P _ ...» .. I HOfflrt Of Tmttn tfnlt* -fc.JII U- I i _ t_ 1 _ _ _ ..fc . . "V.VI.GJ. VCKC Ko.i, tfafy &a> little f^*i» from toSsea'6ut ' Bu*i -i gitA J6Hfc'« fitteHtled " flmibfoh'#6'f i lb'"'shofl ft! Alfa, Wolfe eanvi.v'erlfy - this f&* she has had .aft a^nagiiig "emo peaches from a t«e,that from, a pe^ch . stone , ear tossed out flbt , tod tfifiny And in n , when he and his wife made an their bed in front with their son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fullei and family. • . • • « • . ' I had a birthday August Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sfra- Friday, Aug. 24, horn, former residents here now living at Iowa Palls, will have. ^ a , an exchange student from Den- cumber "the Frank'' mark in their home this school Burt brought to shoW ™ year. Wonder if .Mrs, S. knows McWhorter and stopped t>2 how to make aebblskivers? I exhibit to me. It was'"' give her the recipe. Hope ' . time he gets -here Mrs. S will be again in the pink. She of ' double j had some recent surgery-minor- long and had a tee dh ameter. A good mate for Hcnsley's pumpkin vinet pumpKin vmei 14 The second eclipse I saw year later. * * Fred Tiede's birthday was ob * T, v ' —" — "I Served Aug. 23 and Martha Frie Ann.Boh8nnon.had one the den's the same day. Fred was 89 -.There is quite a gap in and 1 believe Mrs. Frieden was pur ages,-she is 43 and I'm not 80. Activities were on first anc telling, on ; myself. There was al- - -• so this difference. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon . «. w>r „ d^\sj«c*lll JU1J took her on a trip to Washington, D. C..,as an .anniversary gift, ' but no one asked .me to take a lengthy trip. For companionship for Ann they took Marilyn Har- iris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Harris. Ann will be taking up ' American history in school this year and her parents thought this trip would be 01 great interest and helpful. I second floors, respectively, ant each had delicious angel fooc 'Cflkes. Since I ah: on first floor I was served a piece of Fred's cake. • • * • * Something was said about switch the other day. Donna Reefer looked at me blankly and said, "What is a switch?" Well, the one I had reference to was not a railroad appurtenance, nor , a chastising implement, nor yet fully recovered. * « - Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold will 'be taking their daughter Joyce to Chicago, Sept. 15 where she will enter Presbyterian-St. Luke hospital working toward her B. S. degree. She has had two years of science at the University of Dubuque. Linda Hansen has been here from the Masonic hospital, Chicago, and both girls will take their psychiatric raining ,at St. Luke. Mr. and Mrs. Huenhold will 'also visit with the letter's brother and ister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Aalderks. dirt that would take men some time to fiy, I am reminded 'of the old arithmetic problems, "If it takes so many men to fill , a shovel, how many hours 'will l jt take—etc.-etc.—?" Sound familiar? » * * . , Yeah—the season is approaching—Large matron, trying oh' a loose fitting coat, to. saleswoman, "That's 'what I like about fall—you can go back in hiding." » '« « i •? Meow—"First secretary to second secretary about third secretary—"I think she'got .that southern accent drinking from a Dixie cup." • . , -• lj ."«•••*. «"">f"u6' Ol some Mrs, Giles planted 1ft my back yard when-sMS was' fny companion, Mrs. Gilles grew them" and asters for a few'years and when" iCossuth County Pair time rolled around one yea/, 1 saw asters listed in the premium list. 1 per*. suaded hef* fo Send" two bouquets I down and believe it or not, she got a blue" ribbon on each. 7 Dinner Is Held For Teachers The Algona- Educational Asso ciation .was host at a get-ac quainted dinner Monday evening in the high school/Annex. Special guests included board of education members awd their families and faculty members and their families. The dinner was prepared and served to 160 persons by the lunch' room staff. Introductions Included Supt. 0. B. Laing, Elgin Allen, high school Ces Mbiftfis Pub, Ca., Algdfta. SPECIAL FOR SEPTEMBER STEAKS Char-Broiled-Fried THURS.-FRI.-SAT. We specialize in receptions Weddings - Anniversaries. No Charge for Club I • Mond. & Tues. for Private Parlies. HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. 34-35-36 This Is The Season For All The Family To Be On Guard And Prevent Serious Illness From Stri king Some Member Down. Get On That Illness As Soon As It Starts. If Medical Attention is Needed, Call Your Doctor At The Earliest Possible Time. Remember — He Is Ready 24 Hours A Day To Serve You, So fryt N^t^fb Call Him After Hours Unless It Is Really Necessary. ^ l> v 1 . ' ;(*-•'* -••-'.. "Jl VVe Are Also Ready 24 Hours A Day To Guard Your Health. Call On Us For Your Prescriptions. ''',''. RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY 117 East State St. CY 4-2349 il CIVIL WAR DAYS HERE -- BULL RUN A PICNIC? ' ' • • / Gen. Tom Rich (who looks a lot like Gen. U. S. Grant) and his cohort, It. Norm Christian, have been planning their campaign for several weeks, and are certain their forces can defeat the Rebels during Civil War Days. Gen. Rich has promised a fair fight, but of course anything goes in love and war. And the price-slashing slated in Algona ain't going to be any picnic. Businessmen in both camps (located beyond a line, north and south of State street) have guaranteed they are going to offer values that customers just can't turn down. (UDM Engraving) WHEN? ALGONA SEPT. 15-16 • it f FOR THE HECK OF IT • vV—n-vV«~»*^/lr' the «« the rear "S i ° f . tAlsonas s »«»V»reet may be unfamiliar to a lot of person, (including this lh.7«r "T^" °t th « , Ullbn fo «« (businessmen from the north side mmhlr! y * P »t Pa r e *° ' aun£h « barrage of cannonballs, in ho form of low members of the Confederate army on the other side of the main drag. thn * *'? to fi8ht ' Sflf ' Gene Zender <P ereh ^ high at the cannon ready to light the fuse , Corporals Bless Rusk and John * * Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Thermoga* Co. Of Botsford Lumber Co. Slrayer Standard Service Sherwin-Williamg Paintt Funk Plumbing fc Heating Hood'g Super Valu Carnon'f for Color J. C. Penney Co. Honsbruch Drug Algona Insurance Agency Ron pon of thl h dtv a ?tor« a fiaht K thl a tight for the Meanwhile, Gen. Ted. Chrischilles (who looks) a lot like Gen. Robert E. Lee) and Lf. Bob Bomgaars have not been exactly sitting around playing checkers, either. They say dominoes is their game. , •' With sgts., corporals and privates Chuck Hinken, Bob Williams, C. V. Fowler, Jim Carroll, Ed Wolf, Fred Shilts and Brail Wright lending plently of assistance to the cause for lower prices, the general and lieutenant seem to think the South will win the battle. At any rate, it .is certain the South Is going to make every attempt to even things up for the Civil War — so be there, you all I (UDM Engraving) with more equipment), and Privates He - S T' 15 / 16 P'wn'w «• •»• on» of the greatest | n the history SldeSD ° f the st '* et hav » P r « m '»d »<» undercut each other In money. Better not mis* it) (UDM Engraving) Leuihold-Williams (The Hub Clothiers) Algona Theatre Co. The Chrjgchilles Store Algona Greenhouses Modern Dry Cleanera Sharp's Jewelry Zender'i Kirk's Shoe Store Donovan Specialty Shop Waldron's Cafe Ready-Mix Concrete ie Wiltgen Jeweleri THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THESE ALGONA A REAL PRICE WAR BETWEEN 1 f ;,THE MERCHANTS ON THE NORTH ^ (UNION) AND SOUTH (CONFEDERATE), SIDE OF STATE STREET THAT WILL &MAKE ALGONA REMEMBERED LIKE BULL RUN AND APPOMATTOX. • Lindsay Soft Water of Al gon . Hawkeye Bowling Langi Dau Garage 8t Body Shop Read's Furniture Algona Refrigeration Frederick Hardware Isaacson Studio Po»« Trantler ft Storage Kellay Lumber Co. North Central Public Sarviga Co f o»t»r Furniture Co. Itom Heating & Plumbing Lalng Plumbing 8t Heating Jack's Q. K. TiTe Service Pavi» Paint MERCHANTS: Algona Plumbing ft Healing umba« Kent Motor Co. Kossulh Motor Co. Algona Hotel HuUeU Office fc School Supply Graham's Smoke Shop Worth Iowa Appliance Center Bomgsart 6 & 10 ShllU Brownbllt Shoe Store BloMom Insurance Agency Emit Wtllianu ~, John Deere North Iowa Sawing Machine Co. Coa» Store Co-Op Fowler's pf Iowa Security SiaU Iowa Stale Bank Algona Uundiy & Dry Cl«,n.,, ' '• --'""•"••••- •L-.'' ; J 1 .. A.lW 4 ..,-k_J,)ll _ .i l Culltn Hardware Biustrom Furniture Co. Vikfag Oil Co. Beecher Lane Appliance Algona Flour fc Feed Rusk Pyugs'Jewelr Butcher Bros Implement Algona Produce Co. Unlvaaal Mfg. Co. Pewival Motors Schulto Bios. Garage fc Oil - •- - -• ...... —..I ..... ._... ...... J! W— -MJ— Taylor Iroptomenl Co.

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