The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 9
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Senfral School Two Purchases school board met, Monda'y^eve- nmg and 'decided t« buy two new. double drinking fountains for'the Lone Rock school building, •They also decided'td put* chase a movie mover. The mov- lej! can _be shown in the classroom without the classroom be. •tog darkened. r l , Mr. and Mrs. I&Ke'ri Heifner are parents of. a , daughter born Oct. 6! at. St. Anh.-hdspitel, Algona. The'baby wai.named Julie Arm .arid weighed 7. Ibs., .6 ozs The grandparents ar&.'MrV and Mrs. Clinton Rath of/Lone- Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heifner. Buffalo Center. .\ > Mrs. A, A," Krueger-of .'tone Ho-Ck. attended a fotfd'-handlers and X-ray survey meeting 'at "the Algona Hotel Monday. The' program is sponsored by the Kossuth 'County >TB and Health Association. The mobile unit will be in Lone Rock Nov. 1 to check all food handlers, i James Pettit, son of the Woodrow Pettits, left Monday for Des Moines where he , was inducted into the arnled 'Service's; '(' • ' • • Mr. andjMrs: /Charles, Roberts; Mr. and Mrs. ;Jess Roberts' of. Lake Crystal, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Jorgenseri of Omaha, Nebr, visited , recently, in the Mary Geririch. home. ' Mrs.-. Mary Michaelson of Titonka • was honored on 'her 83rd birthday r in the! home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert'Nelson,. Lone Rock Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Neil Michaelson and family, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Michaelson. Mr. and Mrs. ft&ty 8t6ne son Ricky of Lbne Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Amos -KrottUhga dntf Sharon Schmidt of 'ttt&nka. Mr. tfid Mrs. John'.Kiog^- Irving, Texas, are . parfeHts' bf" <5 daughter, born to,them Oct. 10. The baby has been name'd .Lisa Ranee and weighed 7 Ibs., 12 02s. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl of Lone Rock arid. Mr, and Mrs. John King Sr. of Texas are the baby's grandparents, the great grandparents are Mrs, Otto Wichtendahl of Fento»l artd Mr. and Mrs. William IJell of west Behd. Mrs. King is the former Sharon '• Wichterida'hi, daughter of the Edwin Wichten^ dahls, Lotts Creek. , 1 Sentral high School: .Band Mothers met Wednesday. They discussed-; the need for new cases for the bass horns. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson attended (he silver wedding anniversary of; Mr. and Mrs. Art Randall 1 at Albert Lea, Minn, recently. The Nelsons Children, Randy, Holly and Kevin sang a selection for the' group. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard left-Friday for Iowa City where they attended the Big .Ten 'game Saturday. The Blanchard's: son, Craig, was to be in the marching band. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Willis Cotton attended the Kossuth County .Farm Bureau Women's tour to Minneapolis. They took two charter buses. SENECA NEWS Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda and Mr. and'Mrs. Clarence Osborn were last Saturday evening guests at the Ted Jensens. The Jensens' house guests, Mrs. Wilda Firestone of Alliance,, Ohio, and Mrs. Leto Wade of Canton, also enjoyed the courtesy. Mrs. Ted Jensen's mother and aunt, Mrs. Wilma Firestone ,artd Mrs. Leto Wade, who have Spent the past week visiting here, concluded their visit last Friday and returned to their homes at Alliance and Can,ton, Ohio. Honor Roll Fo Named, Lakota •Lakofa — Lakota high school students making . the honor roll the first six weeks 'with an A average were Albert Becker Charold Barrett, Carolyn Ley. ;CIare Barrett, Dean Christ, Kenl Gerzema, Rodger" Newman, Carmen Cook, Caroline' Groff, Don. na Paulsen, Marilyn RippentroP. Kurtis Rusher, Darrell* Clabaush. Linda Clayton and Stanley 'Tjaden. : Those - with a B average were L'arry Becker, Juanita • Cordcs Paul Geilenfeldt, Paul Boeltcher Patricia Tjaden, Cheryl Anderson, Lorraine Christ, Marvin Ripp'entrop, Bonnie' Becker, Jeffry Blome, Sally Eichhorn, Marsha Krominga, Verna Maass. Arthur Mayland and Linda Wirtjes. . - Conferences' Set Plans are , underway for the Parent-Teachers conference to be held at the school Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. School will be dismisse at 2:15 on these days and th conferences held after scKoo Schedules will be sent out at later date to the parents. Juniors Present Play A large crowd attended th Junior class play at the Lakot school Friday evening. Music wa provided between acts by th Lakota band under the directio of V. A. Barrett , and the girl sextet sang two numbers. Char old Barrett, on behalf of 'he clas? presented the director, Cleo Wei din, with .a niete gift. Guests at the Alvin Boettcher last Thursday evening for Col lene's 7th birthday were girls o the 2nd grade. She received many THIS YEAR'S CROP HONEY 1 L3. JAR 2 IB. JAR 5 LB, JAR 31c 59c $1.17 VINE RIPENED CALIFORNIA TOMATOES 29c LB. SALAD DRESSING: ..I. j?!i: *ot; Standby TEA PARTY PICKLES ....... 3 Jars 79c STANDBY WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE CORN ••? 7 No. 3t>3 t4 CANS )|. RICHELIEU RAGGEDY ANN PEACHES Halves or Sliced 2 No. 2'/ 2 CANS BUTTERCUP OR BUTTERNUT SQUASH 2 Lbs. 9c BUSHEL BOX JONATHON APPLES 98c STANDBY FANCY WHOLE ASPARAGUS SPEARS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT FRESH PURE GROUND BEEF 3 -1.29 LEAN SHOULDER PORK STEAK LB. LAMB SHOULDER ROASTS LB. ^^^^•F MORREtl PHPE SLICED BACON LB. 53 REHWICK CHEESE 55 OP1N SUNDAY FROM 9 A,M, TO NOON AND 4P,M.TO6P,M, PONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY nice gifts and lunch was by her mother. Mr. and-Mrs,.'Robert -^—.. and 1 family visited''a,t the.,E. A. Wilson hdnie at-Albert Lea 0ftl", urflay everting. T-hB birthdays* of Pat Beemer ,and Mr. Wilsoft wtfe celebrated. ' , ".-"1 Mrs. John SChutter of Algolfa was a caller at Hanna Heetlattd'S Monday. Mr. : and Mrs. Albiri NelSoh afld family were Sunday evening' Visitors of Mrs. Slgne Nelson. Sunday visitors at the PflUi Christs were Mr. and Mrs. ,Ro- 'land Smith,! Jr., and family of Lakota, Mr', and Mrs/, Herman Wiibben and family and Mr, Bttd Mrs.'' Ernest Hoffman dnd family of Titonka. . . , .Sunday dinner guests at the W. IS. Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dprenbush and Jo Lynn of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Aukes and boys. Aftef- rtoon visitors ; Wei-e Mrs. 'Rdy Meyer of Elmore,' Mrs. ' Duane Meyer and Dawn of Austin, and Mrs. Charles Tuttori and Ghar- lene of Buffalo Center. • J > Martin Thompson of Thompson is spending a few days with his son, the T Tommy Thompsons. Mrs. ,W. E.vLey 'was hostess*,to the Ac'orh Club Thursday.' Mrs. I.'.E. Wortman told'of her 'second trip to Europe. GuestS -vtrere Mrs 1 . A. C; Schissel of Fairmont and Mrs. Robert, ' Farner ami mother-in-law of 'T o U1 a c, 111. Plans were made for the smorgasbord to be held Oct. 26. Mrs. C. C. Gerzema, Hannafo Heetland, Mrs. Frauke Schaden-- dorf, Mrs. William Hippen; Mrs. J. E. Ukena and Mrs. Harlan Kruse attended guest day at th.fi Reformed church . at ' Buffalo, Center Friday. - Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chrisl and Steven and Mr. and Mrs 1 Fred Christ went to Des Moines Sunday to take in the Ice Follies. They were supper guests, at the Bernard Ryans there. Danny and Dickie Carpenter sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carpenter of 'Sheldon are visiting with their .grandparents, the Chris Asmussens. . The boys have a new baby sister at home. She was born Oct. 14. Robert Spear of Waterloo spent the weekend with Mrs. Signe Nelson) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swenson of Rochester, Minn, were dinnei guests Friday at the James F. Smith home. They were afternoon luncheon guests at the Vernon Smith home. Mr. and Mrs; John W. Cook were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Deim at Swea, City. • Sunday evening visitors at the Herman Wirtjes home were Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Le Master and family of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson of Curlew were Sunday dinner, dinner'guests at the P. C. Geile'n'-r fel'dt home. Dean- Christ and Paul Geilen- feldf left Friday to spend tht weekend at Luther College, Decorah. . Mr- .and Mrs. Henry darken and family went to Livermori Sunday to attend the baptism o their new granddaughter, Dan Lynn, and afterwards were din ner guests of the Don Bormanns •Linda Koppen, Mason City spent the weekend at the parent al Irvin Koppen home. Bob Hamilton of Mankato State College.spent the weekend at the parental Robert Hamilton's. Other students home for the weekend were Don Cook at the J. W. Cook's, David Ley at the W. D, Ley's and Roger Brack at the Wilson Brack's. They attend Buena Vista at Storm Lake Mr. and Mrs. Herb Zielske 01 Lake Mills visited at the Richard Zielske's Sunday. Mr., and Mrs. Jerry Ukena were business callers at Wesl Bend Saturday evening. Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht has been a patient ' in the Buffalo inter hospital since Saturday. Mrs. William E. Meyer, Mrs. Kenneth Aukes and boys, Mrs. Bill Mabus 'and Mrs. Art Lester went to Boone Friday to visit at he Arlo Dorenbush home. Duane Peterson has completed us course at Cedar Rapids and Monday started work at Mason Guests at the Walter Eichenberger's to celebrate a 7th birth-, day Friday were Debra Junke- mier, Sarah Christ, Donna Christ, tfarcia Paulsen, Emily Hoeppner, Colleen Boettcher, Colleen Karels, Deborah Stecker, Sharon Gangsfee, Joleen Kollasch ana Connie Bauman. Mrs. 'B. A. Hanken and Caro. WHOOPEE JOHN'S ORCHESTRA Wednesday, October 25 LEGION BALLROOM Bancroft, Iowa visited (it the feiil ftdnken home over the weekend. Mr. and M1-S, Johh Hoepphef of Calumet werb l weekend vis» itors at the fiitidetto ttb6pprie"t home. ' •;' Mr. and Mrs.^eofgfi Be>g and Mark of Minneapolis \vere .Week* end guests of Mr. and Mtis. Mel' vin Schroeder. Saturday afternoon visitors were Mrs. Clarence Uhr of Swea City and Mrs. Donald Chevalair and family of Appleton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Berg, Bancroft, called on Mary Wirtjes at Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Sleeker and family of Thompson were •Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. William Bauman. Sunday after,, ftoon they all visited Mrs. Bail* tflflft'S: Sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ber* nard Looft at Swea City. Kevin and Dianne Stecker had spent thb weekend with their grandmother. Mr. and Mrsl John Weige of Early and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bierstedt of Vermilion, S. D. were at the A. C. Bierstedts Mrs. Milford Berg and Mrs. Herman Wirtjes were Monday morning coffee guests of Mrs. George Beenken at Elmore. No team has ever won a World Series after losing the first three games. Thursday, Oftaber t9, 196T Algono (la.) Upper De> Molnes-3 Friends, Relatives Honor Wesleyans Wed 55 Years Mr. antt Mrs. George Cink, Wesley, celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary, Oct. 15. All of their children were present. Mr. and Mrs. Cink were married in St. Albert's Catholic church Cleveland, Ohio. They lived in Prairie twp. until 1948 when they retired to Wesley. They are the parents of four children, Mrs. Tony Grandgenot- te (Martha), St. Benedict. Ed, Woden, Mrs. Louis Wingen (Helen), Buffalo Center and Louis, Wesley. They have 24 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. • WALLEYE Durw^-d Gibson of Guttenberg recently displayed a 9%-pound walleye he caught while fishing on the Mississippi river at Gut- Icnbcrg. .Fall fishing for walleye and sauger yields some of the best catches of the year. NOW HAVE A PROFESSIONAL-TYPE HAIR DRYER IN YOUR HOME with tht purc/ioto of the NORGE NEW 1962 4-WAY CLOTHES DRYER BOTH FOR ONLY DRYS WITH OR WITHOUT TUMBLING-WITH OR WITHOUT HEAT Only Norge safely drys everything washable-even knitted woolens, plastics, silk stockings and delicate cashmeres. • I DIAL-A-HIAT SIIICTIONS . AUTOMATIC DOOR "SHUT Ort" SWITCH • IUPM-CAPACITY DRVIR cVllNDIR • I*CIUSIVI 5-WAY VKNTINO North Central Public Service Co. CY 4-2484 "YOUR GAS COMPANY" ALGONA What's Wrong Taxpayers In the Algona Advance of Oct. 3rd, 1961 appeared a Legal Notice -i Notice of Letting that was signed by Marc Moore, County Auditor. This legal notice called for sealed bids on a 3-bottom farm tractor that was to be used by the County Farm and all bids would be received until 2-00 o'clock P.M. Oct. 12th, 1961. The meeting was delayed until the County Engineer arrived. Four bids were opened at the letting, all accompanied by a certified check of $100. After the bids were opened and prices announced less 1952 Super M. Farmall tradein, the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors asked bidders present to leave the room which the bidders politely did. Then after some elapsed time the County Auditor came to the door and told the bidders present that the Farmall tractor from a Whittemore dealer had been purchased. He also asked unsuccessful bidders present if they wanted their certified check back. The dealers present reentered the room where the Board of Supervisors (5) all present along with the County Auditor and the County Engineer were still convening. So one of the unsuccessful bidders asked why the Board of Supervisors was not accepting the low bid. (The low bid was by Linde Implement Co. of Swea City for.$1488.03 difference between new 3-plow tractor and used Super M Farmall). The bid the County Auditor announced was accepted was for $1950 difference between a 460 Int. and the Super M from Whittemore Imp. Co. of Whittemore and after some checking it was understood that the tractor had been purchased from a non-franchised dealer at Whittemore. The low bid dealer also said that he would furnish a new cultivator along with the new tractor and trade in the old cultivator for still less difference than the bid that has been accepted for tractor only, but to no avail. After considerable questions and answers from unsuccessful bidders present, the County Engineer said that items had been purchased before out of the county, and the Auditor said the board had made the decision and they proceeded with other business at hand. For this particular purchase, some bid forms were delivered to SOME of the Kossuth County Implement Dealers only. Other dealers did not receive bid forms upon which to make their bid. We feel, in cases of farm equipment purchases by Kossuth County, that all franchised dealers in the County should receive bid forms and that the low bid should be successful. Now we the undersigned feel that equipment that is available in Kossuth County should be purchased in the county where the taxpayer pays his due share of taxes and especially when the bid is approximately $462 less — What do you fellow TAXPAYERS THINK — DO WE NEED TO WONDER WHY OUR TAXES ARE HIGH? Just think of this deal only. Just who is running Kossuth County? We wonder, don't you? JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT — Algona ERNIE-WILLIAMS IMPLEMENT CO. —Algona ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. — Algona BUSCHER BROS. IMPL. CO. — Algona TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. — Algona BANCROFT IMPLEMENT — Bancroft DEITERING IMPLEMENT — Bancroft J. E. UKENA CO. — Lakota CARPENTER & SON — LEDYARD KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPL. — Lone Rock TITONKA IMPLEMENT CO., INC. — Titonka J. R. SCHUTJER IMPLEMENT — T^onka LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. — Swea City MORTENSEN IMPLEMENT — Swea City GRIEMAN IMPLEMENT — Swea City t Kossulh County Implement Dialers that pay taxes in Kcssulh County

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