The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 4
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4-Ata6rta (!«.) Uppor Dt« MolfiM John Glieden ,&faWf $6, Heart Victim Johfi Glieden, 7?, well-know, Corwith man. died suddenly o a heart attack while attendihp mass at St. Mary's Catholit church there Surf day ttibrnins. Funeral serviceOor Mr. Glie den were held Wednesday at 1> a.m. in St, Mary's church wit]- £r. Thomas O'To<% officiating Burial followed at SJered Hear* Catholic cemetery, ' Livernlorc. Hamilton Funeral Home, Algona was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Max Sloan Stanley German. Frank Adrian John Hobscheidt and Rufus Weh ter, Mr. Glieden, sort of Mathia; and Barbara Glieden, was bori' at Sigourhey Feb. 7, 1884 and he Was married to Clara Hoejer al Sedan, Minn, in 1910. Mrs. Glieden died in 1947. Mr. Glieden farmed in the Corwith area until his retirement. Survivors include a soa Law- £ence, Britt; four, daughters, LaDonna (Mrs. Robert Reibsamen. Corwith, Theresa (Mrs. Raymond Doiffiek), Cylinder, Lucille (Mrs Charles. Hall), Zearing, and Mathilda (Mrs. T. J. Slaven), Katt- Sas City, Mo., 1 a brother, Henrjft Sedan, Minn.; and a sister, Belle (Mrs. James Rooney). Brooten Minn.' United Fund Is Short -Needs About $8,000 training Course ' A' basic leadership training course, conducted by Mrs. Gertrude Fick and Joan Valentine Of the North Iowa Girl Scout Council, has been completed by 12 local Girl Scout and Brownie leaders. They are Mrs. H. M. Long, Mrs. John Sterba. Mrs. C .Hi Teeter, Mrs. Don Chiquet, Hrs,,C. F. Hunt, Mrs. W. H; Boeckholt, Mrs. A. ' H. RistaU, .tfrs. R. B. Post. Mrs. Don Jorgenson, ,Mrs. Allen Wagner, Mrs. E. W. Hutchison and Mrs. Dean Taylor., • One New Case Filed As Court Session Opens One new case was filed district court here this week Martha Jean Michelsen, plaintiff, seeks fair and reasonable support, from Jerome C. Michelsen, defendant. The couple were married Oct 1, 1960 and; haW ,H s6h bbrr. April 1, 1961. They are not di> vorced ,and the petition allege! that the' defendant has",not fur rilshed any support' Sirtce dfeptenv •t--_»i _ f AA- !..._*.,._ *. * ir. Mondak Q& _a. was tne-i ilay to file* ffetrti&hs ! tSf "dt> Ui - f ices here. (and in surrounding towfts, al«6)—aha local voters" •find one contest > <«f' the ballet when they go to the 'polls Tiles-' day. Nov. ?. They Jnust select, 6 mayor. Incumbent Mayor, Or: C. C. Shierk, and Jiht Whittemore, a'f present a member of the council, filed for* the mayor's, post. Three other incumbent coun-< cil, members, Ken Sherry Hedd Is Preshrtian Que< AtMomingside bef of this veafi The petit jurft slated td fe- Algoha's United Fund drive needs help! The total of contributions t6 date hit $7.824.55 Wed-, nesday morning, leaving aboui 50 percent of the total goal of $15,60.5, to be raised. Funds, have not been coming in as well as expected, according to Wes, Bartlett, president of the organization. So everyone in thf city who have not done so, should dig deep and help the drive over the top. Eleven major organizations receive'their , funds from the ;local drive—a once a year deal?- , • • A lack of interest could .result in a; return to numerous drives each-year for funds—and one of the reasons United Fund has been received so well here in recent years is the one drive proposal. , - Iport next Monday, "061. 30, "a 1 1:30 pirn. x whert an 'estate rtfat- ter- will be , heard. -Judge Frid M, Hudson will preside, when Uw Ann Springer will contest casr begins that'.tiay. - Here "are thr jurors for the present -term o' district court:' Burt: Doretta Abbas, Lorett Lichter, Wendell Rmgsdotf. < Swea .City: ,.Fred ''Afters, Gre gor Deim, ^.itfltoh • Mortehsen Raymond Steenhard. Bancroft: Margaret- Arftdbrfer ii-cti-uugc;, Stan* ucey . waj-d,. and Joe.filbert, thifc ,ward, filed ,f&t">re*el<|ctidh tmt Will jtih without bpposition. Jlfil kolp' filed d petitibh ahd wijl a .candidate for the park mission. ' , ' com s also a live In PUBLIC INyiT|D TO FREf OPEffiluf To Be Held At Hi School Annex THURSDAY, NOV. 2-8 P.M. ON THE SPEAKING PROGRAM: DR. C. C. SHIERK AND JAMES WHITTEMORE CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR OF ALGONA Not A Debate, But Open Forum With Dick Palmer Presiding And General Public Cordially Invited. City Council Members Will Be Present. OPEN DISCUSSION IS INVITED Sponsored by Algona League of Women Voters Frank Brink,..Vinceht Fdr'dj bara Fortney. LuVerier -Helen ShJuner. 'Milton Farrow, -Kenneth IWafty.' Fenton: Wm. Brass, ttosaMuel ler. : ' ; "•;•• '-•' '•'• ••.•'Lakota; Otto .JBngelbarts,.,-Ann Griese, C. A. : Gutknecht, Stanley Stecker; ,•-•;.-•.< . •--•',.• .•Armstrong: Eugene Fitzgerald Henry Jrniiter, Allen pwehs.* Wesley:- i John:; Foertsch,* Wary Isftuf Stftder, :-MarlyB; Loveless. Algona: Ronald Gardner,.Frances Holtzbauer, Edna" "Kettelson Zora Kohl, Erarna Jean Lighter Shii-ley Morck, Mae Riter, Leona Sabih. , ^ | , West Bend; ^Richard; Harms Delores Mertz. >i ' ' Irvington: Alice Hix, Orlin Ott, Jacob. Simons. Bode: Peter Kirsch, Clarence Smith, A'deline Wagner. Whittemore: Emily Koppen Harold Obheim,. Marge Perkins. Lone Rock: Gerald Radig. Ledyard: Violet Pedersen.^' Titonka: Simon Ricks, Earl Stott. Buffalo Center: Louie Sapp, Cold Wind Will Bring Freezing Temps TQ Area The past week started off with a frigid 25 degree, reading, Thursday, Oct. 19, then improved slightly during the past six days —slightly, that is. High mark .during the weel- was 64 degrees Friday and Saturday and a total of .17 of ar inch of rain was registered Thursday. A cold wind moved in and frigid readings • were predicted for this area this morn- Irig (Thursday). '" ' Oct. 19 ..______55 25 \ f t Oct. 20 64 32 Oct. 21 64 34 Oct. 22 ,..62 42 Oct. 23 ,......:._58 35 Oct. 24 .58 36 Oct. 25 ..._..:.— 36 Well, at least we held our own Wednesday. Bort Lions Plan To Host Goblins BUHT — The Lions Club Boy Scout Fund Drive ,in Burt-got ofi to a good start with a 6:30 breakfasl Monday morning donated *by the Cunningham^ Cafe. The ''Drive, completed in one day in which 24 Lions participated, netted the group (Sver and above their fair share oJ $310. Dale Lockwood was fund drive chairman. - Plans,are being, completed for the Annual Lions Club Holloween Par- fy scheduled for 7:30 Tuesday night, Oct. 31, at the Burt Legion Hall. Ihe festivitiEjS, und& the (direction 6f the Burt Lions,., include a costume cohtest for ; ,everyone from lire-school age' to' ; grandma and grandpa. Prizes will be awarded in five or six age categories. Also on the program will be games for all £nd treats furnished by the Lions. Concluding the evenings festivities fc'ill be music for daricing. f.TJL Meeting : v [; The Kossuth County Future Teachers met at the' Lakota school Monday. Future -Teachers from Burt, Sentral:: Titonka. Lakota, tledyard and Swea City schools attended. Sponsors attending were Mrs Mary Oesterriecher, Burt, Mr Tomlinson, Sentfal, Mr Helwick; Lakota. and Norm Johnson, Titanic*: Lakota gave a VMarian Christ, book review. The F.T.A. song was taught to the' group .by the Lakota music instructor. Attending • from Burt were Mrs Oesterriecher'and six girls from the) high school. fJPie next meeting will be held'at the.Sentral school at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 20. Ft. Dodge Boy Caught Taking Money Here A 14-year old Ft. Dodge boy was caught attempting to take money from a billfold in thi laundry room of the Algona Hotel here Wednesday noon, Tht youth was reportedly on his waj from Spirit Lake to Ft. Dodge nine sisters and five turned over to local and has brothers. He was .„ .u^c,, authorities and will be ta'kerThi- to custody by juvenile officials Owner of the billfold was a hotel employee. . TV Series -32-C-36-M 23" tube (overall diag.), 282 »q. in SPLENPIP RCA CONTEMPORARY LOWBOY » Super-Powerful "New Yista" Tuner • 23" (overall diag.) Full-Picture Tubs 1 22,500 volt chassis (design average) t "Golden Throat" Soynd System TOM'S S319 - 95 ^^* ^^^r ^W W ^^B ^^jp , with RADIO AND T.V. REPAIR with UHF Miss Gengler Is Garrigan Queen Mary Cai-ol Gengler of Whittemore and Jerry Krieps. Wesley, were crowned King and Queen of the Garrigan Homecoming here Saturday night. Miss Gengler was crowned durinj halftime ceremonies at the Aus tin Pacelli-Garrigan f o o t b a 1 game .and both were then offi daily crowned during the Home coming dance that followed thi game in the Garrigan gym. Other Queen candidates were Patricia Fickbohm, Eileen Wag- ne,r and Blondina Erpelding while King candidates included Bill and Bob Reed and Johi Fandel. All candidates are seniori at Garrigan. They were nomin ated by the senior class and thr winners elected by the entire student body. A large crowd attended the game and dance. City Car Dealers At Meeting Algona automobile dealers were attending meetings, this week, sponsored by the lowi- Automobile Dealers Ass'n. Monday evening, Don Nelson and Bill Dau Sr. attended a meeting at Okoboji. Wednesday evening a meeting at Fort Dodge was attended by Dean -Taylor, Fred Kent Jr., Tom Frankl and Clayton Percival. One of the points brought out was that while the car manufacturing business is well known ar a national industry, . the investment and operation of the Individual garages is also vital to their own communities, y A 1961 graduate of Aigona gh school, Sherry Read, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chalmei Read, was crowned .and serveo as freshman Homecoming Queen at Morningside College during the past weekend. Miss Read, who is.majoring in Business administration &t Morningside, was crowned ai a per rally Thursday and also appeared in the Homecoming paradt Saturday morning preceding £ football game that afternoon. Mi and Mrs. Bead attended Homecoming. i Cities, they' wi AigOn'a., ' ' , '• t -,? Ex^Wesley Mdn Killed Outright In Mo, Crash Wesley — Cletus Piiseh^ tet&t,. Jr., 2§, was killed in«anily Sunday, 6ct. 22, ih/> a t tit crash neai- , ParnSll Mo. His wife and 'child, ridirtg ' with him, werd erilicallv in- juxedi Their.c&i was- slfuek heid-on.fay one driver by a''' young man with several pas- ^. seftgers. ~*"l *>. " ' ••Pilzenb«§ets mtfved from v ,ihe Mariirtek", farm 'io-Mis- , Bouri in 1953. Funeral BBrvlc^ 6s were held al Parnel'l Wed- '' hesday, Oci., 25. , ^ C.D.A. Buffet ' ,A C.D.A. motlier*dau£.it ii* Jrjf/ fet will be held here Sunafly,' O6t; 29,1 at 5 p'.rtv in St. Cecfelia'ii 'Academy. Mrs. Garland Bradley and Mrs. Walt Hall are program chairmen arid Mrs. Pat' Murphy, and Theresa Thilges are, dinner chairmen. ,•' .. A*», ^ erd | H§M A | Bfltwoft For BoeckUf Girl •Bancroft — Fuiieral service' fof Gynttu'a -Anh BOeekholt, 6 'daughter 'of Mr, and Mrs. Mar? 'old, Eoeckholt, were held at B ,p,m. Saturday in the BatftiSi •church, Rev, A, W. Nelsoli offi- 'dated, burfal followed at Green's '$6od cemetery and Garry Funeral Home was in charge of-ar rarigements, « , • Cynthia, Ann died < Thursday' Oct., 19, at IMversity h6splta 1 Iowa City'. She had been a patient there for two days. She had) been 111 most of her life,'suffer,' ing from an intestinal hemorrhage which became acute and was listed.,as cause of death. Besides her parents, she is survived by two sisters. Sarah and Cathy, a brother, Richard, all at home, and Mr. ,and Mrs. Otto Glawe and Mrs, and Mrs, Herman Boeckholt; grandparents,, all of Bancroft! ' • ! Elected To Council Janice Bode, Algona, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Floyd "Bode,-har been eleqted • as scholarship >df thi Maude" MfeBroom housing-; unit in Burge Hall,at {he Statd -Univefsity «I. Itfwt. t Fifte«Pt j^edtl were rtamlH JbtV the«e^etutivc,, board. ' • ^ nf • Husband Burned •Dr. Larry Plu'mmer'. so of Mr, and Mrs. Craig I Algona, , who is - on the -staff at the chemistry. department at the University of Arizona-,. TUcsorfl suffered first, seicoftd ,-ahd .thim degree acid bu$Ws|Hd ciUs' ih an explosion in ; f^p university laboratory there r : ^^day after? noon. - " Jgf • .-' Shierk Sfcks ' At Whi " Dr., C. G. Shierk, Mayor 1 of Algona, spoke" Tuesday ,, evening to a. district Round Table Council of *the Boy Scours of the Hum> bodt-Kossuth-fimmet-Palo Altb and ^ocahontas county areas. 'His subject was Civil Defense. He fe a member of the Iowa Civil Defense- Commission. The meeting was attended by about 50, leaders and district officers, in the Whitjemore public school gym.' Anderson-Olsen Here Sunday f" '• Marcia Lee - Anderson, daughter,.of Mr. and Mrs. Everett.JJ, Anderson, became the bride of Richard Allen Olsen, son Of'Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Olsen of Sexton, in a ceremony Sunday Oct. 22 in First Methodist church Rev. Newton Coughenour ' officiated at the candlelight 6ere- ; mony. Mrs. Rex*'Taylor was 'organist and Mrs. Harold Wohlers soloist. Marsha Harms was maid o' Gridders, Dads Enjoy Turkey Bill Specht, and his wife Fern, set up the main course of turkey and dressing for members Of the Algona high school football squads, and fathers of thf boys, Tuesday evening, in an informal dinner and program at the High School Annex. The rest of the trimmings were covered dish style. Following the meal, movies of the Emrhetsburg-Algona and Hampton-Algona game, taken b> Bless Rusk, were shown. Loses Finger Dean Andrews, Burt farmer suffered a badly lacerated ham} and had one finger amputated a.' the result of a farm mishap Wednesday. Mr. Andrews, who was operating a combine at the time. got his right hand caught in the belt on the machine. He wa.- rushed, to St. Aaa to treatment of his injuries'.' Need Den Mothers Pack 70 of the Cub Scouts in Algona still need a few dei mothers before the pack can be come fully active during thf present, year. A meeting foi present, new and prospective den mothers will be held this Saturday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Curtis Haahr at 6U East State street. The Cubs of packs 29 and 70 will also sell tickets for a skating party, which will be held here Nov. 10. lonor and Siri Norton, brides maid. Flower girl was Nancy Jady* Gqtler was »,best-',man Mom's ''Harbour, groomsman. Phil Anderson, Tom Anderson, Mike Seller and Bob Pingel were ushers. The bride wore ( a gown« 01 ivory white brocade, princess style with chapel train. Tiny ;eed pearls edged the neckline md the points of the long pointed sleeves and trimmed the bodice of the dress. Her fingertip veil fell from a. pearl trimmed 1 >range blossom crown. Her flowers were a cascade bouque 1 of white roses with ivy. . A reception in the church dining room immediately followed the ceremony. Mrs. Lyle Ander-. son was dining room hostess and coffee hostesses were Mrs. Phil Anderson and Mrs. Don Asa Trudy Olsen was in charge of the punch bowl and Ann Jeans registered the guests. Diane Kirts, Nancy Herron and Linda Hanson had charge of the gifts Jane Erlander, Mary Beth Lun dell and Mary and Donna ASE were waitresses. . The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and was graduated from Iowa Methodist School of Nursing in Des Moines in September. The bridegrooir OPENING A 1 ** ; * HOW;TIME .FLIES i IT .WAS JUST A YEAT AGO WE HAD OUR OPENING OF OUR IMEW STATION. TO CELEBRATE THIS EVJNT, WE ARE GOING TiO GIVE AWAY 10 BIG PRIZES v lst Prize HUGE, 20 LB. TURKEY. 2nd PrizV BIG CANNON BLANKET 3rd Prize BIG Prize^GREASE & 5th Prize SET OF THERMAL TUMBLERS 6th Prize GALLON PERM. ANTI-FREEZE 7th Prize 5 GALLONS OF GAS 8th Prize FREE GREASE JOB 9th Pri'ze FREE GREASE JOB ; 10th Prize FREE GREASE JOB REGISTER EACH TIME YOU'RE DRAWING WILL BE AT 9 P. M. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN 1 WINNERS WILL BE P DSTED IN OUR WINDOWS. DRIVE IN TODAY AND TRY 5 GALLONS JO GALLQNS or 15 GALLONS WHEEL ALIGNMENT - BALANCING - LUBRICATION - TUNE UP WORK t ! ' ' ^^^^^^^^^^*"^«*>Bi^^MBi The Most for your Tax Dollar In reference to the ad "What's Wrong Taxpayers ?',ln the Algona Advance and Upper Des Moines of last L »r'r t , I Pe n Pl ! ° f thl ' S °° Uh?y Sh ° Uld hOVe the f °" S ' Si " Ce the ** fc av. been badlydi tot by the fifteen Implement Dealers who took onto themselves to make it an issue. Thieves Damage Two Businesses At Ottosen Otipsen — Thieves broke into Ihe Farmers Cooperative Elevajor and Alms's Grocery Store sometime Friday night. AJ the elevator they broke a lock on the window to enter. They stole some glove*, broke the dial on Ihe vauli and broke the pop cooler. At Alms's they broke the handle o« the front door, broke the lock and window on the back door to gain en- fWWfe VN mtimbam «u*. ty Shcriif investigated. , , Is not the Issue, but the most for your tax chasing this Farm Tractor, a very Important equipment in modern farming. A true competitive bid can be based pnly between dealers of the same brand specifications, and not by price tag only. ' is in pur- P tractor with the same The low bid pf $1488,03 on 3 plow tractor — grosi p r j ce $3488,03 Formal! 460 4-3 plow tractor ___—__„_____ Gross Price $4250,00 Gross price differential „„____, -___L___ w _r. 751,$7' Difference on 3-p!ow tractor Bid 461,97 Your tax dollar saving ______„________ $ gooo0 In making thif purchase, in a notice for bid? - nipt ' '"•'• •-•'•••- id; d- As to '"WHO l« RMnning Kostyth qc-ynty" we ore f«|l y confident that our duly Supervisors have the necessary qualifications to perform their official duties and SQ called "Civic Minded Implement Dealers." y Board |Q help from Whittemore

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