The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1961 · Page 4
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Mischief Mild; 1000 Kids At Lions Party Sher! .Stetson,. .Algona , public 'DAfg? i and ninih^gfad* « Pfittott arfd LfiV6nne i, Algorta public ! V . Scattered''reports 6f Halloween mischief Were received by peace Officers' here during the night Tuesday and early, Wednesday morning. Fortunately, and pos- 'slbly due to the Lidns Club's big party at the Athletic Park Tuesday night, unwholesome activities were limited here. A huge crowd of children of all ages (and just about as many adults—also of all ages) attended the Lions' party and had a whale of a time. During the evening according to Ted Herhst of the sponsoring organization, a tola) of 1120 wieners, 1120 slices of bread, 876 cookies and doughnuts, 800 pints of milk (they ran Out), two quarts of mustard anc '10 gallons of coffee were served And there Were many persons Who didn't eat. Meanwhile, city policemen went to the Taylor Imp. Co. ant? pushed a portable elevator frorfi the middle of State street bad- on the lot where it belonged' pushed a pickup truck from the street north of Percival Motors back into its parking. spot; and got several picnic tables out- of the-middle of the street near the swimming pool and placed them on the grounds nearby., According to Sheriff Ralpfi Lindhorst, his office received reports of broken windows in In- State shop at.Whittemore; a completely littered main street al Ledyard; and a partially destroyed snow fence corn crib in the Lone- Rock -vicinity. Oi course, there was other damage in other areas that will be reported 'during the rest of thr week. . .... Getting back to the Lions party. Besides the food and liquid refreshments served, cash and-Crackerjacks were presented to literally hundreds of children during costume judging in four separate- age groups.. Here art the' first place winners in each bracket: Pre-school, and kindergarten- clowns, Billy McEnroe; witches Susan Meyer; cowboys, Mark Meyer; ghosts, Joan Frideres; hoboes, Timmy McEnroe; spacemen, Lane Treganza; and miscellaneous, Donna Heiderscheidf (who also-won the ?S grand prize for girls). First and '{Second grades — clowns, CraiffMoon; witches, Debra Hansen; Cowboys, Randy Ferden; ghosts, Jeff Thill; hoboes Gene Chrischilles; and miscellaneous, Kevin* Mensley. Third, fourth "and fifth grades — clowns, Lane Treganza (who also won the -$5 grand'prize for boys); witches, 'Joan Rqbinson; cowboys, Betty Bradley; ghosts Billy Dauj hoboes, Kim Sloniker spacemen, Mike McEnroe; and miscellaneous, Todd Treganza. Sixth garde and up — witches Joann Kurikel; cowboys, Bob Elbert; hob'oe^, Joyce Kunkel; old ahd young Women, France? Goecke; and miscellaneous, Barbara Wicks and George MeMa- hon. The Lions also awarded prizes to young window decorators dur- the weekend. The artists painted all kinds of designs on largr windows at local business places With prizes going • to the following: , Novelty. — '-, Susy Rentz,, seventh grade, Algona -public' (Foster's-; .seventh grade i,— Joyce Kuhkel, St. Cecelia's (Foster's-: eighth grade — Jean Malueg and "They Work for You at/\Mil , •* • • • * •-,".'..- ' : Leo M. Bellock "LEO" » Leo Bollock completed 32 years of continuous service with Algona Municipal Utilities on October 12th, and as Assistant Chief Engineer al the power plant he is still going strong. In point of service, Leo is the "oldest" employee al AMU. He is pictured above checking feeder panels on the power plant switchboard. Leo can go back in memory to 1929, when he joined AUjoiiei Municipal Utilities. The power plant was then located in the West side of. the present City Hall, had 6 employees and three Diesel engines with a. total capacity of 900 horsepower. Today, engine capacity at the power plant is 8,890 horsepower. During Leo Bollock's 32 years with AMU, output of electricity here has increased by ten times. When asked what stands out most in his memory, Leo replied: "The growth of this power plant and the amount of electricity we are generating." •» Mr. Bellock was born in Salem, South Dakota. Fqr eight years before coming to Algona he was op the staff Of the Hawarden, Iowa, municipal power plbni, and he wat married in Hawarden. The Bellocks rjeside at 208 South Dodge in Algona, 10 Times More Electricity — And Lots Cheaper Happily, as you've used more and more electricity over the years, electricity has become cheaper. Average farm and home electric rales from AMU are today t»t lower than |h»ry years ago. Algona Municipal Utilities «MVE BETTER Slate Open House American Educati6h Week Will begin -Sunday, Nov. 8, and continue through Saturday, NoV. 11. In ob* servance of the special week, an ppen house for .all parents pf jun- iot and senior public high, school students will be Held at Algona high school Wednesday evening, Nov. 8, Several special events have been slated for the parents, according to'Supt O. B. Laing. cHff if: LeeLichfyJO, Burial Moff; v= At LuVerne :| Lee Lichty, 70, longtime re||£ dent of LuVerne, was laid to r*«rf Wednesday following services at the LuVerne.' ftlethbdfst Church with Rev. Ronald Hutfihinsoti Of Corwith officiating. Burial wtS in the LuVerne Cemetery. ^ ^' Pallbearers we'f^ Jartes-a'fld .fiBnkld; ucttty and*Ha*did= Smith', - 'Cili " C '"makinrWs'hWfte S|""^.l rTT 'burg, Fla, but wfls, 6ri 4 Vfsil tii .Chicago to see, hisl children, aftd 'death occurred .there.' 'M6 had -.planned to retUffi to' Fldrida ifi t few days, " - ; -,v: ; ** Mr. Lichty 'Was born at Lu* 'Verne, a son ot Charles and. AlifiS Lichty, and. his widoW, is the former Hatfie Zwiefel of Cor* with. They had moved to Chicago" *some years ago where Mr, \liicH- \y was plant • engineer at the, Moody 'Bible. Ihstitilte, until" his art Clyde Pafkef f -a«d fcbberV Uchty'r. hurst,' 111,; ttate 1 brdtherd and veto siiters,.;' Phil. , Maify- JHd $f acV&ichty, LtfWstrie} and, 0bnt aid, .(ShidW, 6hd Mrs, .Beatrice Hiffflsbn, Domain", Canada, JCher.6 ate, also, five grandchildren*. Mi, LieMy\sVe<stlfhbed to,a. sudden' heart attack, Slake Funeral Honte was in charge of arrangements. Caught In Wringer An Algbria wemani Mrs. Alice Claytbfi, suffered 'painful injur* les to her right hand and , jt •when she cluint Cashing maihffte Wfteiir fit het* lieme here v Monday morAWl. She wa^a ftfcle to get tht'Mnd.dtif,, ttf the machine >Bj,f4f|ftft«Ajto « doctor toMftthllA^'fhe «n* •gers were ^aftigWffi^Sfe^ 1 ?^ |nd. the niaentrie .&SM to Hajid and forearm;, throughthl f Pred Storey, Estfter;Viire». well- known ^anlsh-AWerieth Wa* veteran who attended thdf finnuaf W.W diftMer hefa eloh. year died Monday at fisthetf file, funeral rites were pettdifif'-at press .-- ' ^<' - B£! AC* 8'je lY BAH- THAI*. 44.48? DOLE PINEAPPLE CRUSHED TIDBIT CHUNK • it BROWN OR PjOWDERED SUGAR 2 LB. PKGS. CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK 2 TALL CANS MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE 6 OZ. JAR 69 HOT WHEAT CEREAL COCO WHEATS Pkg 33 WELCH GRAPE JELLY OR GRAPELADE 3 20 O JARS POWDERED BLEACH DEXOL Lg. Box 59 C POWDERED CLEANER PERFEX Lg. Box 59 C BORDENS NONESUCH MINCE MEAT U z 25 FLAVORKIST CRACKERS 27 LB. PKG. CAMPBELLS SOUP TOMATO 3 TALL CANS CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY LARGE STALK 15 WHITE CHEROKEE'S 25 LB, IOWA GROWN BAG 59* FRESH t DRttto' - HOME GROWN HENS 19 RATHS SLICED LEAN MULBERRY BACON LB. 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