The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1961
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-Thursday, November $, 10ol Algona (la.) Upper Des Mahes-3 rn Sunday at Corwith with Mr and Mrs. Bu'dd Lawson. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Vera were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and M « er Hagan at Titonko. Mrs. Bertha . Pommer had a« guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Caret DeWaard, THonka. Mr. arid Mrs.UFerman Heinen spent Saturday-: dt Port Doctor with Mr. and M?s.< Larry St John. > .)/! •Mrs. Ryland Phillips spent the weekend at Rapid City, S. D wjth her father, ; Julius Schumacher. • ' Mrs. O. J. Anderson, Buffalo Minn., was guest a few' days last week of Dr., and Mrs. Harold Enckson< ,• ; ' > '<,-•• : , ' ; .. •' Mr. and 'Mrs. E. H. Zittritsch had'as 'gufests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.;Tom Zittritsch.and son Jimmy. 'Spencer. ' Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson had : Peter t Langmack, Cedar Rapids, as, guest last week. He is ' a former Algonan. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Becker were at Sioux Falls, S. D. over the weekend 'for' a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams. Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp spent the weekend at La Crosse Wis., with the letter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haas. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben and .daughter Joy Lynn were .dinner guests Sunday of. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin'Etnick" at Holstein. Harlari Wittkbpf, student at Concordia college, St. Paul, spent 'the weekend here with his parents, Mr. iandi Mrs. Edwin Witt- knpf. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zeniner and Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Strayer spent Sunday at Winnebago Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Sam •Zentner. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zitirilscfc arc here from Manassa, Va., visiting with, the .former's mother, • Mrs. ^ Mary Zittritsch, and other relatives. ' ' '< ; - •"• Mrs. E. J. Zender. spent .last, week at, Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. John Sorflaten and hei son and daughter, Tom and Gretchen Zender. • , Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Abbas had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs .Irvin Etherington %nd Mr. ffnd TiTrS. Wtflter ScTirnTBfc- ing, Swea City. : ;> Linda Tague, student at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, spent last weecknd here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tague. Mrs. Brady Rovn spent three days at .Minneanblis last wp>->' and celebrated the eighty-fourth birthday of ( her ..mocner, iviia Josephine Thompson. Mr. and-Mrs. L. G. Weisbrod Fenton, and Mrs; Ernie Vaux, Davenport, were Monday after noon and evening, guests of Mr and Mrs. Andrew Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchr have been visited a few days by their grandc\ fldren, Patty and Jim, whose^ parents are the Rev. Ronald Hutchings, Corwith. . Mr, and Mrs. Rex Voyles were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, Counci.- Bluffs, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Frederickson, Idaho Falls, Idaho. Mrs. Otto Weslling and Laverla were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler at Burt. Other guests were Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Westling, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling, Burt. Leon Merritt has been trans. ferred from Mercy hospital to Lutheran, Fort Dodge. He had. as recent callers Mr. and Mrs,' Ryland Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. R. H Miller and Tom Dailey Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner have received word from their son A/2C Ronald, who has been in Korea 13 months, that he will be leaving Tokyo, Japan, Nov. 27 and will have a.38 day leave, From here he will go to Mont, Mr. and Mrs. Walter LIchler will have as guests for the hunting over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lichter, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor and son and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor and family, Des Moinns. Mr. and Mrs. Tfj} tferbst will have as weekend guests for pheasant hunting Robert Lacy, Deerfield, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schmidt and son Timmy, Harvard, 111., William Janess, Wheeling, 111-, and William Childers Harvard, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster had as guests Saturday Mr. ant' Mrs. Robert Johnson, Curlew The following day, the Websters went to Madelia, Minn., to visit Mrs. Webster's nephew and. niece, Dr. and, Mrs, William Halverson Tjiis weekend they were at De Mpines wi$i Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Webster and little son, Kir_k. Marilyn Lowman and Pajricir Ferris spent last weekend with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and Mr, and Mrs. Gerald. Ferris, Marily brought as guest nine year old SJeve Arp,' and Patricia, who is employed at the Annie Witteo- njeyer home brought as guest Pftripia Baird, 16, a resident at Mr, and Mrs, Donald Jorgeh- son spent Sunday at Ames with Mr. and Mrs. F, C. Fauefby. Mrs. Emily Binggenberg spent Sunday at Blue Earth, Minn with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tuttle. , Mr. and Mrs. Willis 'Marshall spent Sunday at LuVerne with the letter's'parents.Mr. and Mrs. Otto' Ramus. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hoberl Munger and. Mr. 'and Mrs. Herb .Hqdlurid were visited last week by Mrs Neva Munger, Spencer. , . Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hieler visited the former's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Sunday at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, Hanser and Mrs. Charles Dunn spent Sunday, at Mason City with Mr and Mrs. Charles • Tippin.v Mr. and Mrs. Louis 'Schumacher 1 were visited last week by Mr and, Mrs. Merlin Schumacher Kim and Judy Schumacher, Dec Moines. . , ' Mr. and Mrs. Judd St. John and granddaughter,, Karen Meyer; daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Don Meyer, spent the weekend fit Carroll with Mr. and Mrs. Perry St. John. ' •• Mr. and Mrs. 'James Whilie>. more were dinner guests Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. John Kudron at' Fort Dodge.- O. J. XWhittemore Jr., of Princeton, Mass.,-was al-so a guest. •.••''•' - ' „ Mr. and Mrs. Ardeth fcoll and family, ,Ostrander,' Minn, visited over the weekend with her Jath- dr, William Knoll, Algona;' and her brother, William Knoll, Jr. Lone Rock. Mrs.' Clarence Fraser is leaving soon for Plainfield, N. J. for a Visit of several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. .Kenneth Wright. Mrs. Wright is the former Irene Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. James Whilte- more were visited recently by the later's mother, Mrs. Helen'e Fassbender, Fort Dod rt f. and '•>"• friend, Mrs. Antone Greer, Ox- foid, Ohio. Mrs. Earl Shepherd, Mrs. John Weydert and Mrs. Nick Redin? spent a few days in Waterloo last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil Ham Rakers and Mr, and Mrs Herbert Weydert. J. M. Jensen, who makes hi", home with his granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Lemkee, is spending a few weeks a,t Princeton, Minn.; with Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jensen.: Mrs. Ethel Potter had as dinner guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs Ray Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll •Potter and Mrs. Pearl Potter Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs; W. C. Irelan were at Clarion >one'day last week" to visit with Robert Middleton, wh'o had flown in from Riverside' Calif, to'be at the bedside of his father, Guy Middleton, who had suffered a strdke and is at the Clarion hospital. Robert returned to California Friday. Bible Conference A Bible Conference] will be held at the First Baptist church; beginning Thursday at 8 p.m. and continuing through Sunday, Nov 19. On Saturday at 7 p.m. there •will be a youth • rally. Specio" ;music each night. Dr. Ernest Pickering^ dean of the Central Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary, Minneapolis, will be; the speaker. The public is invited to attend. ; They Work for You at AMU Wm. 0. Ludwig "BILL" As Chief Engineer at Jhe Algona municipal power | plant. Bill Ludwig is in direct charge of plant operation — this .means keeping things going smoothly so "there is always juice on the lines". Bill has a staff of 10 under him at the power plant. Which runs around the clock with three shirts of eight hours each. Bill Ludwig is now in his 21st year of service with Algona Municipal Utilities. He was employed by Fulton Iron Works on erection of the first big Diesel engine here, then remained cri the AMU power plant staff. Bill is pictured above checking a micrometer reading for tolerance. Of the five Diesel units at the Algona municipal plant, 2 to 3 engines generally run at a time, with the others in ressrve. Peak use pf electricity, according to Bill, is at noon arid supperiime, and at those hours the monster engines at the Hall street plant are really 'pouring it on". At Chrsimas time. Bill .says store openings, street and home decorations, etc,, put the daily peak later in the evening. About 80 miles of farm lines also take their share of power — and at "corn time" the Pioneer plant north of town sees a lot of power going out on their lines. Born in West Bend, Bill Ludwig was foreman of the county road shops for 11 years, and has been an Algona resident since 1932, He has a son, Darrell, and a daughter. Larry Manus, oi Burt. The Ludwigs reside at 610 Phillips street. The "Little Woman" of Today is surrounded by electrical servants of all sizes, shapes, voltage end various stages of installment payments —and AMU is glad to send out the nickel-cheap electricity that operates them all. Algona Municipal Utilities "UYf SfTTiR ftiCJRICAUY" SAVE you Shop Pius S & H Green Stamps MAXWELL HOUSE Cookies Cherries - A. ' , •; . 50LB. BAG 2LB. CAN Drip or Reg. No. 2 size cans m u.1 CAL FAME "VITAMIN C ENRICHED" ORAN6E OR ^GRAPEFRUIT BIG CANS YOU MUST BE SATISFIED, I • OR YOUR MONEY BACK WITH A SMILE! FINEST MEATS - ECONOMY PRICES ORDER THANKSGIVING POULTRY NOW!! TURKEYS - DUCKS - GEESE - CAPONS - CHICKENS LB. CAN BEEF CMC CHUCK OWLt 65 TO 75 LB. SIOUX BEE HONEY "lib. Jar/9cf VERY LITTLE WASTE - CUT INTO CHOICE ROASTS FOR YOUR FREEZER BLADE VALU ROAST s ^ ECTEp BEEF LB - ROLLED BONELESS CHUCK LB ROAST HORMEL'S 15 OZ. CAN CHILI CO N CARNE 29t MIRACLE BLEACH .Gallon 39c FLAV-O-RITE DINNER ROLLS Doz. Ik PORK SAUSAGE 1 Lb. Roll 3k s H l k k7d ALL MEAT FRANKS 2 Lbs. 79c F ^ C 7' S SLICED BACON Lb. 39c VALU SELECTED BEEF QUARTERS CARROTS 2 Lb. Cello Bags 19c Turnips-Parsnips Cello Bag 19c NEW CROP FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES 2 Dozen 79c PICK YOURS NOW I NORTH STATE FROZEN MEAT PIES 4 PKGS. 79c BAGGED FROZEN VEGETABLES PEAS COHN CARROTS GREEN BEANS VALUABLE COUPON S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of ORANGE SLICES OR SPICE PROPS VAIUABLE COUPON S & H GREEN STAMPS with purchase of RED DOT TWIN PACK POTATO CHIPS ONLY AT CONSUMERS CAN YOU FIND EVERY DAY LOW PRICES AND S & H GREEN STAMPS TOO! C VALUABLE COUPON 150 EXTRA S & H GREEN STAMPS with purchase of box of HOME PERMANENTS S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of 3 LBS. OF FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF ! 1

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