The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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i-Atgona ffa.) Up>rr PH Mofnal Thurtday, October Illinois Girl To Wed Algernon Mr and Mrs Alfred Zimmerman, Oak Park, 111., have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy, shown here, to John C. Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Elbert of Algeria! The wedding will be held Dec.-30 at Oak Park. (UDM Engraving) awarded a week's free trip New York and .the United N tions. .She is a high school seni with high scholastic standing the Lincoln school. Her moth is the former Pauline Moore, Wesley liigh school graduate. The Hancock Memorial ho pital Auxiliary will meet Oct. 2 Mrs. Vinco Kroitinger. Mrs. Em ogcne Grandstaff and Mrs. Cli Anfinson, the latter of Wesley will report on the Auxiliary Re gional meeting for 1961, whic they attended at Des Moine Members are urged to attend. Irene Hanig is on vacatioi from her duties in the post of fice. She and her mother lef Oct.. 21 for Burlington Junction Mu. to visit a brother and son Joseph Hanig, and family several clays. Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen substituted for Irene in the post office. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise attended a family dinner party a! the Johnson House in Algoni Oct. 22 honoring her father, John Voss, Sr. of Algona on his 80th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wagner of Kanawha visited the Ed Gar- Wesley News The Leo Goetz family and Pa Goetz oJf Boohe visited thei • daughter and sister, Delores, a the Franciscan \convent in Du buque, a week agd Sunday. Vin cent Eisenbacher .and family, anc Ed and Joe Eisenbacher visitec the former couple's daughtei Mary at the same convent, also Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson and Mrs. Ruby Jones and son David, all .of Eagle Grove, were Sunday'dinner .guests of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Jones. The dinner honored the birthdays of Sandra and David Jones. Merle Giddirigs of Spericet spent the Weekend with hit father, Gordon Giddings. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert took his mother, Mrs. Emma Hilbert of Algona, to Mercy hospital. Mason City, Oct. 17^ Or the following day they returned to be with her when she had eye surgery. . . . Audra Phillips, daughter of Mrs v Andy Phillips of Lincoln, Nebr. and formerly of Wesley, was honored recently by being mans Friday. The Leandcr Studer family of Jondurant visited relatives in Corwith and Wesley over the weekend.^ Joe and Ed Eisenbacher wen to Dubuque Oct. 15 to visit their nieces, Mary Eisenbacher at St Francis Convent and Sister Mary Chantel (Jane Nelson) at Presentation convent. They were accompanied home by their sister Mrs. ,(Rosina) Richard Hammond of Racine, Wise., who will spend two weeks with them and other „ • ,' Percussion Pops plated Monday • ,*'" L.>*te ,,* w • . *«£/**«, . ahd Mfs; J. AV -ha Offiaha bfbugjit with thehi the ''Bradley' daughter, Mary,, a , student- a Dueheshd college there. relatives. Other relatives at the JOB and J Ed Eisenbacher homr over the weekend were Mrs. Jake Strouth, Wilimont, Minn., Mrs Girard Strouth and four children of Reading. Minn.. Mr. ana Mrs. Norbert Hilbert and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs.- Vincent Eisen- Dacher and family, Mr. and Mrs. -harles Nelson and family, Mrs Wm. Duffy and son, Father Joseph D. Studer of .Sioux City and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Studer of Algona.. Forrest Adolf of Mplirn, an<? Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek Jerry and ,Kim , were' Sunday dinner guests in ; the Will Mar- inek home- in ; honor 'of' Mrs Martinek's and; .Kim's birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hutchins md family of Memphis, Texas d his mother. Mrs. Madelyn •lutchins arid daughter of Ft Worth, Texas left for San Fran- Dick Schory and his 19-man percussion ensemble and brass wUl open the Kossulh Communiiy Concert nt n^, S ^f-° n(here n , GXt M ° nday W*' Oc 2- 30 - a "d music fans will see the most unS assortment of musical instruments ever assembled on the stage pf the high school auditorium lmu!ium asson nor,! cho '-y s '. Percu f° fn POPS" concert features 119 Varied tools g0 f the trade, f™m standard horns and percussion instruments o other Vay out' things, like auto brake dnlms, auto horns and a fire ihe Cisco Oct. 16 following a visit in the Harold Martinek home Mr. Hutchins, a Marine, has been transferred to California. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise went to LuVerne Friday evening to visit her nephew, Dwight Voss and family of Pensacola, Fla. who are visiting in the parental John Voss Jr. home. At the close of their visit they will leave for a new assignment at Camp Pendleton. Cal. Weekend guests in the Philip Goetz home were their son, Ear 1 Goetz and wife and Lana Kime and Rita Carpenter, all'of Austin, Minn. All attended the Garrigan-Austin football .game Saturday evening in Algona. A scrubbing tee. was held in St. Joseph's Catholic church Thursday afternoon.' Mr. and Mrs. Art Steinke of Spencer spent Oct. 18 with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Will Martinek. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Egglestons of LuVerne. were Oct. ] 5 guests m I Busy To Write An Ad! Are Working Like Lf ft I* Beavers Getting Our New Place Ready To Move Into! us THE MORE YOU BUY ... THE LESS WE HAVE TO MOVE ... AND TO HELP YOU BUY ... WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU AN EXTRA OFF EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE FROM FRIDAY A. M. THRU 5 P.M. SATURDAY ONLY ENTIRE GROCERY STOCK! EVERY DEPARTMENT INCLUDED! NOTHING HELD BACK! HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO STOCK UP ON GROCERIES AT A SAVING BEYOND OUR LOW LOW PRICES! HELP YOURSELF :-::-: HELP US!! of their daughter, Mrs. Charier Nygaard and family in honor df his birthday. Cecil Glawes 01 Corwith and Robert Chambers of Albert City were also guests. A self denial service will br held in the Methodist church Friday evening with Mrs. W. K Smith in charge. . • u • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Prohaska of Britt are parents of their first child, a girl born Oct. 19 at the Forest City hospital. Mrs. Prohaska is the former Marlene Bode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode. ^ Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, spent this Oct. 15 weekend in Des Moines where she visited her husband. Dr. Pfeffer, a patient at Veteran's hospital. He is still seriously ill and has much pain. Janice Vitzthum, Sharon Fix Alan Jordan and Leila'Wester of Des Moines spent, the weekenc" with their folks in Wesley.. .,, Mrs. Hazel Gerdes returnee! home Oct. 20 from Mercy' hos- pital, Mason City, where she had been a patient a week. The Corwith-Wesley schoolr were closed Friday as the teachers attended the Iowa State Ed* ucation Association's annual convention. / Union Aletheans • 'The Union Alethean 4-H .Club met Oct. 14 at the tJnion Civic Center with Trudy Alt and Lorna Walker as hostesses. This was mothers guest day. Installation of the following officers' was held: Mary Beth Reilly,' ' president, Marcia Angle, vice president, Trudy Alt, secy.-treas., Janet Erpelding, historian. New members are Bonnie Lou Kiilsholm, Mary Beth Dearchs, Becky Fisher, Donna Fisher. Mary Beth Reilly gave a short talk on the standards of a 4-H club. The next meeting will be held Nov. 4. at Mary Beth Reilly's. l, Des Moines, the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Mary Warmbier Other recent guests were Mr. arid Mrs. Dale Cfoetsch; Altoona. Mf, ; and Mis; fid Johnson had afi dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Vern Howard, Fort Dodge Mr. and Mrs. Mayland Bruns' void, Kensett, and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz 'Anderson, 1 Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. H<ab . Hedltmd and Larry Munger attended the football, game Saturday at Ames going there from Hampton where they had been guests Friday "of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Mitchell. Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Haase went to Fe,nton Sunday, to visit with the latter'^! parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Laabs. Mrs. Laabs has been sick the pas several 'days and confined to bed Mr. and Mrs. Pai Jensen al tended the Iowa-Wisconsin foot ball game Saturday at Iowa City md from there went to Cedar Rapids where they were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H R. Scroggs. . . ' Mrs. : Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Mrs. Rose Scarilan have been visited by their sister. Mrs. Joe Lickteig, Cresco. Mrs Lickteig's son, Joseph, came Tuesday from Austin, Minn., to take, her home. The Annual Junior Red Cross- rally will be at the courthouse Oct. 28 with the following representatives from Lucia Wallace present, Mary Hays, teacher, and pupils, John Frederick, Patty Balluff, Dale Peterson and Beverly Knudson. 15 Cars, Trucks Sold Past Week Fifteen- new 'cars and trucks, were registered' 'at the county treasurer's office here during the past week as 1962 vehicles continued to move dff of area showroom floors, Owners of new ve* hides are: < Chevrolet — R. w. Laabs, Lone Rock, pickup; McOuire- Will Cp., Algona, pickup; F. C Kading. Lone Rock; Simon Siin- ken, Titonka; W. R. Oarman. Al« gona; Arnold Fangmani, iBan» croft. CMC — Jet Feed Serv., Whit temore.' ' - Coniel — JR. J. Von Bank, Al jona. ' , • , Ford,— R. G. Thompson, Burt R. H. Looft, Ledyard; Beth ,Mil er, Algona; M. R. or Ruth Hurl- Durt, Swea City. R. H. Ortman Burt. Mercury — J. M. Osland, But- 'alo Center. , Dodge — Percival .Motor, Al ;ona. tuVette fswn»hf<$~ en » 4. 1961 at 8:00 P.M. at Town, "sagfe .township -von November i4. iflBi \i AiW-frw. « ttoild tts$ home Grant Township ~- 6n, November 14 ( 1981 at 4:00 ji.m. at Leslie Mino hftftte. Harrison Township •»•> on. NovemBep 14, 1061 at 8:00 p.m. at George Hsrnee Lincoln TdWnshlp — on November 18, 1D61 at 8:00 p.m. at City Mail, La- Hamse.v Township —. en November 10, 1961 at 8:00 p.'m, at Art Droessllr horhe, ••, •,, • , • <• Wliitt6more' t i?ownship >— on November 15, 1981 at 8:00 p.m. at Publio School,, Whittertiore. Bunion Township " dri .November 8, infll at 6:00 p.m. at Good Hope Church! lrvinfitOn'Tc(\wrtship i— bn November 7, 1961 at fl.DO.p-.rn. at Wayne WI6k- Wlro howe. „ • • Qarfleld Township -• on Mbvembfer !, 1981 .at '8:00 p.m. at Raphael Montag Lutheran Rally Forty-three congregations of the American Lutheran church of this area will meet Oct. 29 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.. in annual session at the Zion Lutheran church. Ruthven. ,The congregations will be represented by their church council'members and auxiliary presidents, Rev. B. H. Schwerin of Titonka, Good Hope Lutheran, pastor, and one of the officers, stated.. Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Since Elmer Smith of Cleveland hit •. the first grand-slam home run in 1920, six players have turned 'the trick, and they have all been Yankees. They are Tony Lazzeri, Gil McDougald. Mickey Mantle, Y6gi Berra, ,Bill Skowron and Bobby Richardson. PUBLICATION NOTICE TOH TOWNSHIP ELECTION MEETINGS This is to certify that the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Council' has set the following dates, times and places for holding township meetings for the purpose of electing township representatives to serve oa the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension ££» ncU ., f 1 r ter , ms starting January- 1, 10G2 and expiring December 31, 1963. All resident qualified voters of the ownship are entitled to attend and vote. . - S ,no? cn * 'E 0 ,X nshlp — on November 1961. at 8:00 p.m. at Seneca Church. i°,Si an ? JownshIP — on November 1061 at 8:00 p.m. at Axel Carlson lome. n ?, ur V T9, wnshi P — on November 8. flOlat 8:00 p.m. at Legion Hall, Burt! Springfield Township — on Novem- er. H, 8:00 p.m. at Jerry SU1« «n« home. -,., ' * this SBtm'day" of October, 1961. Secretary of the Kossutb^County' Agricultural ExtenifBn Council ; ;) (43) 'dr >OBL!C' HEARING ON PPOPOSED HEZONIMO TO WHOKTlT MAV CONCERN! Notlcfe is .hereby given that the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Alfiona. Iowa will meet ft the City Hafl-ln AJgona; Iowa 6n the 14th day. of November, 1981 at 8:00^ o'clock P. M. at which time and ... u « w viwi.i* *. M. av wiuun ume ana place a hearing will be< held,upon a , Commercial trict, to-wlt: Lots Three (3), Four (4), Five (6). Six (6),,'Seven (7), Eight (8), Block One .(1), Original Plat; .UJts ; One.(l), TwoJ2), Five (3), Six (6), Seven 7), ElgHt'. (8), Block TWOK2). Original pfat: '-': ; ; •Lotrsix: (6), Seven (7), Eight (8),Block_Three (31, Original Plat; r Three (3)y !), Original . Lots One (1), Two (: Block , Twenty-two' Plat. " ~ Lots Four , . Orlgina . .„., . Lots One (1), Two (2), Three «)', iau .- • • • . .' otk.One (1)> Two .{4), Three (3),* our'(4)-. Block Twenty-three (23),' Tlglnal Plat; . " ; j nr Twenty-three (223), Call^ Addition; Lots One, (1),; Two (2)i;THree (3), Four (4). Block TwJ Hundred Twenty-four (224), call's Addition; Any person Interested • may appear at said hearing arid file objections to he proposed resolution or speak on behalf thereof. Dated this 25th day of October 1961. PLANNING AND ZONING ' COMMISSION CITY OF «VLGOfJA. IOWA By: /S/ Everett Baldus " Chairman : . (43) This year make Harrison's your headquarters for Halloween Fun. You'll find Spook-tacular treats for Ghosts and Goblins at favorite prices I Here's where you can help our youngsters enjoy their youth. ' LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CANDY BARS ALL THE BRANDS YOU KNOW. BOX 88c OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. DONT FORGET HALLOWEEN CANDIES CANDY CORN JELLY BEANS MELLOW CREMES HARVEST MIX LB. 29 WE HAVE A WIDE ASSORT- MT OF CHARACTERS, SIZES 3 TO 14 1.49 and up Spook-Tacular Masks 10c TO 79c Trick or Treat Bags 5c & 10c Jack O lanterns Sqfe and Fire Proof SIX PACKS GUM ALL POPULAR BRANDS' 23c LARGE HALLOWEEN SUCKERS 5c EACH 6 FOR 25c HERSHEY BARS 10 FOR 39c PARTY GOODS NAPKINS CUPS PLATES NUT CUPS *% Work for YoiiatAMU' 10 UP HUGE SELECTION ! PRICED RIGHT I Milo F. Kollasch 1 " M I L O " The 'switchboard' ai your Algona Muncicpal Utilities power plant is a maesive Uiing, stretching from floor to ceiling. It is a sensitive thing, too — it controls every 'Diesel engine, and ihe KWH being produced. From Ihfa switchboard, also, every inch of the hundreds of miles of AMU power lines are controlled. In Ihe photo above, Milo Kollasch, power plant Operator. is shown as he 'puls an engine on the line'. The engine is running, and Milo is throwing in the generator for electricity produciioa Milo is now in his 6lh year of service with Algona Municipal UtiWies. As an Operator at the power plant he has been working the midnight lo 8:00 sWf J. Sh«2 , te Operators change every 16 days. =«»»» ior An Air Force veteran, Milo served four yean as a mechanic on F86 Sabre jet aircraft. He stay work - says the field is 'wide open? < MU ° attende so e is i ••• t^-- AMU Has qytdoor Yard Light?, Too Algona Municipal Utilities

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