The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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(Ia.) Uppir POT Matftit tliumfdy, Oefeber 12, LuVerne Lady's Sister Passes In Wyoming --Mrs Matie Meier received worcT of the death of her sister', Mrs Addle Howe, 74, at her horrte in Shell, Wyo., Oct. 3. Survivors are two sons ana one daughter. Mrs Meier was Unable to attend .the funeral rites. 85 Years Young Henry Kubly wa£ honored Sat* urday livening with a dinner at his home on the <x>4c"asiqn of his 85th birthday. Guests were his Son Elmer Kubly, son Dale* his daughter, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty: and their houseguest Cecil Thacker of New Glarus, Wis. Lloyd Stoddard arid_ , girls < of Fort Dodge "' visited his mother, Mrs Marie'; Stoddard and his aunt, Mr and Mrs George Hood Saturday. Mrs Marie Maass, Lavon Maass Beth Neal, Mrs Gerald Coleman of, Irvington visited the Cattle Congress in Waterloo Wednes day. Mi* and Mrs George Wolf o. Jeffers, Minn. Visited Friday with Mrs Clara Wolf and Mrs Kate Barton. Mr and Mrs Robert Chambers of Albert City were Sunday guests of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs G. A. Eggleston, Marvin Maass; State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with, his mother, Mrs Marie Maass, Lavon, Mae Belle and Robert. Mrs Matie Meier and son Roy Meier were Sunday guests in the IrVin Meier home at Belmbnd. They went to celebrate the 6th birthday of her grandson Phillipp Meier. - Mr and Mrs Freid Merkle visited Sunday in LeMars with their daughter, Margene, attending Westmar College and his sister "Isther Merkle. .Mrs Irvin Meier of Belmond came Friday to get Marjory, Richard and Ada Meier after a three-week stay with their grandmother, Mrs Matie Meier and Can You STOP In Time? IW! hi (why brakM iMptnfo* *• ttfrty ef yew fan* /. . . Stop to Kxky ttf OUAJJtt MAKE SERVICE. 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Reg. 19c STORM WINDOW KIT 36" x 72" plastic, complete with nails and framing strips. Reg. 79c STORM DOOR KIT Moke storm doer out of your screen doer. Complete wiih clear plastic window, strip moulding & Tacks. Reg. 89c 29 3 Regular 39c 37 C 57 C 64 FREDERICK CY 4-412? The best place in Algona to buy line quality hardware — at a lavingi ALGONA uncle Hoy Meier. " Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty, their house guest Cecil Thacker 01 New .Glanis, Wis. were Sunday guests In the Judean Weltha home at Randall. The 5th birthday of their granddaughter, Paula Weltha, was celebrated. Howard Stoddar'd of Carthage, South Dakota arrived Saturday for a week visiting his mother, Mrs Mathilda Stoddard and family, Howard has purchased the William Ramiis 'estate residence and will do some remodeling getting it ready to bring his family here for the winter. Mr and Mrs Willie Blair and four girls of Superior, Wise. Were guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach, Thursday .o Saturday. Saturday they went to Sheffield for the weekend with her sister, the W. Dale 3rayton family. Their trip was made by their new twin engine plane landing at the Algona airport where • the Gronbach's met hem. Mr and Mrs Robert Marty 01 Austin, Minn, are parents of heir first child, a daughter born here Saturday, Oct. 7. Robert is he son of Mr and Mrs Edwfn VTarty. / Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner are n Louisville, Ky. attending the •rational American Rabbit Dealers Convention. Dale entered 15 rabbits. Mrs Mabel Thompson has returned from Fort Dodge where she spent the past three weeks in the home of her daughter, the Nicholas Wolfe family. Mrs Wolfe, former Betty Thompson, is convalescing from major surgery. ' Visitors Saturday with Mrs Mabel Thornpson were her sisters, Mrs Lyle Dillon of Mason City, Mrs Percy Loomer of Britt, her son, Winston Loomer of Lexington, Neb. Guests Sunday 'were her son, the Lawrence Thompson family of Humboldt, and her daughter, Mrs Ervin Burgardt of Plover and Mrs Verna Thompson of Ledyard. Walter Engel entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday evening' for further medication. Mrs George Furstenau ,of Genesco, 111. spent the past week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman, Sr. Mr Hanselman is convalescing from recent hospitalization. * Portland Twp, By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdori and boys spent the weekend in the Donald Ringsdorf home. IVH and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and boys arid Mr and Mrs Robert Seefeld and Brett were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf. Mr and Mrs Robert Skilling of Irvington were Friday visitors m the Ray Fitch home. Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs Virgil Barrett of Lakota went to Hum- >oldt Sunday where they visited Mrs Barrett's brother, Everett Raney. Mrs Fitch and Mrs Barett came back to Livermore and ttended the open house in honor f Mr and Mrs Harry Clark's iftieth wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Rollo Moore ana &mily were Sunday callers in he Bernard and Charles Phelps ome. Mr and Mrs Milton Steven verc Saturday and Sunday visi- ors in the Jay Steven home. Vlilton helped shingle part of he house Saturday. Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley, ?athy and Virginia were Sunday linner guests in the Billy Chrisensen home. The Portland Progress Club will meet Oct. 19 in the home of Mrs Virgil Schrader. The lesson will be demonstrated by Mrs Schrader and Mrs Victor Fitch and Mrs Tom Trenary, Mrs Har old Becker and Mrs Earl Shipler will be in charge of the Surprise number. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday visitors in the Tom Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Maurice Eischen and family of Algona were Sunday visitors in the Robert Wood home. Mr and Mrs Harold Fitch, Joan and Allen of Renwick were Sunday dinner guests in the Victor Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Harold Fitch and children and Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch culled at the Stanley Ruses in the afternoon. "Gossip is the art of saying nothing in a way that leaves nothing unsaid." Bemeice Smith Of Algdrie Wed This Cresco Chums Grusco Chums met at the home of VtTclean Shaw, with H members and two leaders answering roll cull. Virginia Gisch and Carol 'IVetur reported on the 4-H skating party to be held on October 20. The program for serving the Cresco Farm Bureau was planned and committees wort chosen. Beverly Bosch's resignation was accepted. New members that joined were Cynthia Long and Mary Margaret Zaugg. Guest& were Marcia Peterson, Mrs. Zaugg and Mrs. Shaw. IT ITS NEWS — WE WANT Mrs Bridget Smith, ' "Alg^jha announces the approaching; marriage of her daughter, 'Berniece, shown here r to Henry Seller, son of Mr and Mrs J. N. Seller, St. Benedict. A late Nov. .wedding is planned.' (UDM Engraving) Burt Council . . v , Vacates Alley Burt — All council • members, with the exception of J. L. Miller, were present at Monday night council meeting. Also present were Mayor Nels Nelson and City Engineer Ralph Johnson. . The members- adopted an ordinance vacating the Alley west of the Presbyterian church. The land, never used as an alley, will, be offered 1 for sale following pttblicaifoft ef netfce. The group also voted to pttf chase 18 loads of gravel*;, t# B used on streets ndt -yet, black* topped, in other action, a beer permit to .Cunningham's cafe was approved.' The ordinance regulating uso of the Burt town hall dating from April 1959 t was clarified. Nonprofit civic organizations will have to pay a nominal fee for the use of the hall, youth and charitable organizations may use it free of charge. Reservations must be made in advance with either Mayor Nelson or Clerk G, H. McMullen. Homecoming QUeerf Cheryl Lovstad, Buift senior, was crowned Homecoming queen between halves of the Burt- Titonka game Friday evening. Her attendants were Dianns Gifford, Linda -Marlow, and Shar* on Peterson. Cheryl is the dau-' ghter of the Raymond Lovstads. Turkey Supper Plans are completed for the turkey supper to be held >at the Burt Methodist church Wednesday, Oct. 18. The supper will be served family style and serving will begin at 4:45 and 'continue until all are served. The mem will include roast turkey ano dressing, . mashed potatoes and gravy, glazed carrots,, cabbage salad, jello salad, homemade rolls, pickles, choice of pie and coffee. • . . Circles Met Circles of the United Presbyterian Women met Oct. 4. Circle A at the church with Mrs Larry Holding as hostess Guests were: Mrs Duane Dittmer and Mrs Gary Stokes of Burt. Mrs Dennis Priebe, Mrs Jim Marlow, Mrs Al Cyphers and Mrs Jack Nyman, all from Lone Rock. Devotions, Mrs Glee Bullock. Bible study, Mrs Roy Anderson.. • Circle B, hostess, Mrs Jess Harms, devotions, Mrs Russell Patterson, concern article, Mrs "They Worlcfor You af AMU" w -"..•• ,'- j ?Wv • • Harvey G. Peglow " H A R V " Harvey .Peglow, youngest in point of service on Ihe Algona Municipal Utilities line crew, became an AMU employee three years ago. Although all four members of ins line crew 'can do everything*. Harv's main responsi- bilily out on the job is the boom truck. A lot of maneuvering is possible with the boom, which extends 15 feet out from its twenty foot length, and can handle a man-in-the-basket at that height. ! Climbing was Harv's biggest problem when he first joined AMU. On the sly, he borrowed some hooks and a safely bslt and learned in private. He says 'it took a lot of trying and three short falls befort I licked it'.Harv likes working with electricity in all its forms, and says he now really enjoys climbing .... 'almost as much as hunting and fishing.' Harv Peglow was born in Emmetsburg, and is single. He commutes to his work with AMU from a farm near Irvington, where he lives with his parents. Don't Freeze 'Em or Fry 'Em! No ... just DRV your wet clothes quickly, gently end sweetly m the safe, low, inexpensive heat of an Automatic Electric Clothes Dryer, Try U and see H Algona Municipal Utilities "LIVE BETTIR CreWiel, Bible study. Donald ftingSdorf. . ' Clfdts G, hostess, Mrs iC Scott, devotions, Mrs Delmar Angus, eefieeftT article, Neota JUnkerrneier, Bible "study, Mrs Eafl Shiplef, Pamela' Andrews returned t6 Her studies and job in ,Oes Mollies .after several days with her parent's, the Dean Andrews. Margaret Keith, freshhian at S. C. I. at Cedar Falls, spept the Weekend with hef parents, the Wayne .Keiths. Margaret, who was' last year's' Hbniecohiing queen, had the honor of crowning . this years queen, Cheryl Lovstad. • ' ' Lucy Sciarrino, Kerhonkson, New ¥ork, was a weekend guest Of Marilyn Hinckley at the home of her parents, the Al Hinckleys. Both girls are students at Morn- ingslde College, Sioux City. Other guests in the. Hinckley home for the weekend were Larry Hinckley and Don Thomson of Iowa City. • ' Rev. and Ms Wm. Bohl spent Saturday with "her mother, -Mrs Michener at Spring Valley, Minn. Mrs Helen Johnson and Mis Doris Larsftn attended guest day at the SweiS - Glty Lutheran cttilrch' Thursday,'/ J , >' ' •; (Recent visitors at the Alberl Volentines were Mr and Mrfl Charles * Baker and Mrs Wm. Krueger of Wilmar, Minn., Mrs Lee Obdden, California, and Mr and Mrs Walter Ruger of Lu- Verne. .' •• : Jay ttoppus, Normal! Carlson attjJ David Rasmussen, all students at University of Iowa at Iowa City.spent the weekend at the parental Ray Hoppus, Axel Carlson and : P«at Rasmussen homes. The.boys took'part in the Homecoming festivities. ' • Mr and Mrs G. H. McMullen tfrtd Jerry spent Saturday .night at the Jack McMullen home fit Northwood. . On Sunday, all toured eastern Iowa, taking • advantage of Iowa's beautiful fall scenery along the : Mississippi River. •, , •; ' ,.',.. ; Merribers of the Fortnightly club will meet with Elsie Lockwood Friday, Oct. 13. Mrs Bernard Gifford Is in towa, City receiving' medical examinations and treatment.'' Mrs Kate Groen and Patti hosts Sunday when all the ehildreft spent trie day witft mother, Quest* :wefe ,,Mf of Creston, Mr and Mrs ftofi. Devihe arid family, ,LuVerhe, | Richard, Arthur and John or" families and Mr and Mrs J Gettman and-faftiUy, all-of Afl ria; and Mr aft'd Mrs' Lee Dif and Tony, Burt,- ' I Mrs Helen Johnson was hi 'ored Sunday when-Mr and K Dean Reed, Cheryl and Lai Mankatoy Mr and -Mrs Dtii Nelson and. David, West Bel Mr.and Mrs Jim Gade, Michf Milo Johnson and Mrs Larson, Verlin,- Deon' attd came to help observe her bij day, anniversary. Mr and Mrs Wm. Meyer Saturday 'callers; at the Rul Saatoff home. Mrs Saatoff is f coyering*»t-her home after a] Week'.stay in the hospital. Mr aiidf Mrs ::;Everett (LockL and family, West Union atteri ed homedoming activities Fric riite. • : • ' Mrs Roianci Jbavrehz and Flojj and. Mr Wm. Otto, Fort Dod^ spent several :days-.last week Iowa City where Floyd through the clinic:. . Windoi Cover Your and Doors with CRYSTAL CLEAR, SHATTERPROOF PLASTIC* Keeps Out Cold Holds In Heat Saves TU0P 40% On Fuel Costs So Little... 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Now you can. . ' International's listened to you and me, and designed a 113 hp. diced. Built it so well that it only weighs 902 pounds — that's just 8 IDS. per horsepower. They call it the D-301... we call it a beauty. It's a naturally aspirated (no supercharger) diesel that develops its full 113 hp. at 3000 rpm. This means lota of power at slow speeds. And that means fuel savings. With direct electric starting and simple fuel system, it's like driving a dream. Best of all: The D-301 won't nickel and dime you to death for little "things, For example there are no plugs to foul or replace. The cylinders and rings are built to take hours arid miles wore. It > Is a tough engine that's built to take it < on light load duty and priced fa) be practical, i They've built the trucks for it, too. Both compact and conventional design In the 16,000 to J9.700 GVW class Now that they've built 'em and we've got em, why don't you come in and see •em? 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