The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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—'•""-'-,"-" ; '—" '•-•- •'••• "•>"-.'..•"'_ Memo To Subscribers Attention of, Subscribers is called is the IMI ifial the tipper fies Motoes Is now stenciling ONLY the month In which subscriptions expire. and is not changing or adding the years as renewals are received. This potentially saves handling fhousands 'ot stencils a year. So if you have renew ed, but no new year Shows up on your address stencil, that is the reason. As stencils are replaced due to wear, onl y 'he expiration month are and will be Far.itibtferibets whd located at a distance n have been Reiving stapled papers, we hate good news, Envelopes will soon re- Placesthe Staples. All papers to "foreign" subscribers will be mailed in envelopes, which should keep all sec- jions together, prevent tearing, and insure safe delivery without damage or partial loss, We sort of think the postal service will like it, also! ^WB • • WVW.IIV- ' Members Attend Loop Meeting _ ?"** "-, Supt. Harold - Martin, Sftocipal Fred Hilton, Coaches Charlson Finch and Brown attended a State Line Conference meet* tog last week' at Thompson. The fbotball "schedule for the avf erttmAi ***ihtt?t*.,h.i. — j. MNamedOn Honor Roll A Algona High David King Is Hear! Victim; \ Rites Friday .Funeral services for David C King, 63 lifelong Algona resident, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in-First Presbyterian church here. Rev. Myron H. Brower will officiate and burial will be at &*£*$* . Memorial Gardens McCullough Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements Mr. King died Tuesday at-St Ann hospital where he had been a patient for less than a day. He succumbed to a heart attack. He was born July 5, 1898 at Algona to William and Martha Yaeger King. His grandfather, Uavid W. King, was one of Kossuth county's pioneer settlers He was married to Carrie Simmons Feb. 25, 1921 at Algona. The couple farmed near Algona until several years ago when they moved to town. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. George (Dorothy) Palmer Carmel, Calif, and Mrs. Victor (Virginia) Folkerts, Mar ion; a son, Max King of Algona Linda Sorensen Engaged To Wed Minnesota Man k , first sale „««, mm 'sale has been' J years. ' • I "»• week. Here -is 'a complete rSf° • wu "' '. U * e ' ***>** Des motion was made and carried U st of students who'maintained etti^L. ! «-• '*, l-'u • " • '' jjority for approval to cncour- B . ? r be «er average during tfin .'«,.;* J^J$^ p ? ahl J llJ f 6 - sale, the State Athletic -Association f^st quarter: e "* c -our sale service Is at/four cbm- -•hedule the state tournaments L-S6nlors _ Dave Culbertsoh. ^fiw f^** ?f« listf #S s ± r0 t?^ni yea £ thus e - nabling the S y « e ^ er 'u Jim T Finn ' Lucille ^" ^.^l^^K^ee schools, to play the maximum num- Gade . Bob Gerber, Janice James J ber of games by playing one game pyn« Kueck, Carole Richmari ' during school weeks,'allowing more 'Marianna Rieken, Jackie Rotv- L „„«»„„„ *• -~ —"• " =«« time for other activities. ley, Sue Schultz, Jim Stantoh -.? t P OI l ed ' we ^-run the ad The Science teachers met and and Brigitta Whittemore. ', J S? ° Ut charg6 uhder °""r-.weaH discussed the possibility of holding Juniors — Kay Agena Alan ther insura "ce plan;-,-, ,• • - i ^ a conference science fair sometime ' " ' ..--_.. in the spring. The possibility of holding a conference speech clinic was also dis- i,,v.ujunAiin.e£ .Mflrwafci ••e ""= 6*<j"'ius'Btid main the .building. ,I}Js, was th6 -»neral to be Aeld in " " sahcluttry. , " %1 : ^^^es^^. MM. ^enrt-Jdnls/toth renal , a sistev ^mma and a brother/ .Clarence :, both of LuVerne; a half, r Frank Craftier, ( and tais , nlll » "".I sillth Football „. A 6 o'clock dinner" was served at Cunninghams' Cafe Sunday to members of the high school football squad, the cheer leaders, reporter, coaches and their wives, Mr and , Schutter, bmitn, and Tom Waller. Sophomore= — r> Trudy Bar! Black, Mary Jo Chally, Nancy wuie , R HoH Bill D ^ e Hans - elman ' Roberta Addy Of Lakota Is ShowerHonoree team work, and general good shown Mrs Pearl Daniels, who has been with her daughter,, Marjorie Kienitz in Missouri, is now visiting her son i j,, . ,. and family, the .Edwin Aliens at S y Alt ' McLouth, Kansas. l | Benson, Norman Mitchell and Gayla . Steele, Vicki Steil, Bruce Sundet if nanette Vigdal and D ave Wil- r, ~ Dave A gena Tru Janet . Russell Karen 0 Charles, Norman Kay Jean Picture above is Linda Mary Macy, Eugene, grandchildren. Ore. Pallbearers at the funeral Will be Peter, Jorgenson, Richard Sjogren, George Balluff, August Slagle, Wayne Wickwire and George Scuffham. Funeral Held Af Titonka For Weerf Asche Tiionka-Weerf L. Asche, 88, longtime resident of the Titonka- Lakota areas, died Sunday at las p.m. on the farm of his son, Tom, at Lakota. He haa m .?th G( L back to his farm to lj ve with the son two weeks ago after living in retirement at Titonka for the past 23 years Funeral services for Mr. Asche were held Wednesday at 2 p.m m the Ramsey Reformed church with Rev. John Jenssen officiating. Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements and burial was at the Ramsey cemetery. oix fjji'^ndsons \Villis Carrnii Clinton, Wilbur, Edwin' and Leroy Asche, served as pallbearers Mr. Asche was born Aug 22 1873 in Germany and married Engelema Ter Hark Dec 14 1898. The Asches farmed 'near UiKota for many years. His first wife died and he later married Kate Spear, who died in 1950 He is survived by three sons Tom and Fred, Lakota, and John Titonka; six step-daughters, Mrs Minnie Raschke. Cosmo, Minn Delia (Mrs. Fred Heenkcn) For- ^t.^tJ'. Theresa (Mrs. Harry Rcklefs), Titonka, Kate (Mrs Dick Steenhurd),. Elmore, Minn' and Lena (Mrs. William Schutter), Titonka; five step-sons Wil liam and Robert Spear, Titonka Herman Spear, Flint, Mich., and John and Dick Spear, Lukota; a brother, Martin, S. D,; two sisters, Jennie and Gretchen, Germany; 44 grandchildren and 69 great-grandchildren. Hvvv *. J0 umua jviary Sorensen, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Sorensen, now of Mason City, but formerly of Algona and LuVerne. Her wedding date or Dec. 30 has been announced, at which time .she will, become the bride of John J. Blass of Rob- bmsdale^ Minn, in a ceremony to be held at Bloomington, Minn. Linda, was born and raised n LuVerne, and has been teach- ng second grade in the Bloom- Norman Mitchell and Gayla 2£ an( ?? w ' Kar en Charles, Jean Fleacher, Des Moines, spent from Chr istiansen, Marilyn Deal Pen- Friday night until Sunday night at £ v .. D ° dds > Dorene Funk, Jane the home of Norman's parents, the « e »enfeld, Marilyn Harris Lois Don Mitchells. Hunt, Jackie Jo Kinden Bruno Mr and Mrs Justin Anderson, McCullough, Bob Martin' Mai.r Lebanon, Mo., are visiting at the !?n O'Brien, Dennis Ohrtman Ray Westlmg home. The men en- Gayle Phillips, Rodney RiclK joyed pheasant hunting Roxanne Rogert, Sandy Schenck Mr and Mrs Willis Chipman and Sharon Willrett and Ann wflsbn m lv. Mluiniilroo \Xri<-« 1 * Tr,^i««»— -!..,." w "SOTll " "•-— &*wwc in tile ijioi ngton schools. Mr, Blass is in he accounting department of a Minneapolis firm. (UDM Engrav- nffi - f ng) family, MUwaukee, Wise., are spending a week at the parental C. B. Chipman home. Rev. and Mrs William Bohi were Sunday guests at the Cliff Holding Vinmo ' r B. Chipman, More than 80,000 excess deaths occurred in the United States Ur Jnf, the influe nza epidemics of 1957-58 and 1960. NOTICE OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR MEETINg Notice of the annual meeting of the Kossuth County Agricultural Association: To the members of said association (all residents of Kos^ suth County are members), you Armstrong Area Farmer Killed A 34-year-old area farmer was crushed to death near Armstrong about 8:45 p.m. Thursday when a diesel tractor he was driving tipped over into a 10 foot ditch Dead is Richard C. Starkey well known in the Armstrong area for doing custom farm work. He farmed just inside the Minnesota state line with a Fairmont rural route address First at the scene was Francis Guerdet, who farms near Armstrong. Starkey was pinned beneath the right rear fender and wheel of the tractor.-L. W. Loving, tmmet county coroner at the scene, said cause of death was a crushed skull. Family services were held Monday at the Olson Funeral Home with public services at 11 chiirch Fairmont Grace Lutheran Surviving are his wife and two children, Carole, 9, and Roger 7- his parents and a brother, Dale' all of rural Estherville, and a sister, Mrs. Paul Appel of Iowa home. Mr> and Mrs C. 0 . ^nipman, their guests, the Willis Chipmans, Milwaukee, and the Lawrence Chipman family were Monday supper guests at the Richard Chipman home at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs M. L. Dutton spent several days this past week with their daughter and family, the Raymond Nelsons at LuVerne. Mary Anne Pickard, Mason City, was a weekend guest at the Ken Cook home. Mr and Mrs Fred Hilton and Gerald were hosts over the weekend. Guests were Mr and Mrs Jim Trager, and Tammy Jo, and Mr and Mrs Mack Romey and family, al] of Des Moines. Janice Schaller was hostess in her home Tuesday to a group of friends and neighbors. Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell spent Monday at Mason City. Mrs Fred Lavrenz went to Iowa City Tuesday for a checkup on her eyes. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards, Britt, were Thursday evening visitors at the Al Hinckley home. Mr and Mrs Kermit Hamilton, Cedar Falls, were weekend visitors at the Bob' Hamilton home. The men are brothers. * Indicates straight A's. Grade -. Bob Bradford, ,S an ^° avi J? c ™an. David Martin " Stillman, Phil Snyder, Taylor, s*'s L&A r*£ BE Mike Barry Judy G1 °ria Joseph, u?u us ' ean Ma lueg Meehlhause, Sharon Menneke, _Sue Moulton, Shari Nel ss . 71h Grade — Roger Bierstedt R ° ger Menneke Jim Schutter w it . > ger Wildin - Jer- Wittkopf, Donna Asa, Beckv Fraser, Jane Fraser, Sandra Harmes, Susan Johnson, Barbara Knudsen, VaLora Kueck, Arthur Krause Passes; te Are Held Here Funeral services for Arthur J 4 ra . use . 59. Algona, were held Wednesday afternoon in Firs 'resbyterian church here. Rev Myron H. Brower officiated and surial was in Eastlawn Memor- , ^f urdens - •McCullough's Fun- ral Chapel was in charge of ar- angements. v ^ .? rau ,? e had been suffering ^l m .. th , e . fl « f ? r the past two been up and Death cam* a.m. Sunday weeks, but had around Saturday, unexpectedly at 4 „.,„. ounaay fPParentJy caused by a heart iBjT •;:-""' """"• ® ct - 7 ' 1902 at f/r e ll Stm & I1L to Au e u st and Martha Krause. Marriage to Kathryn Hansen took place AUK 24, 1925. The couple farmed a: Irvmgton far several years before retiring and moving to Algona. They have lived in thi« area 23 years.', ' Mr. Krause'was a member of the board of trustees of the Pres- nonored with a shbwer Safurda-y BV f? in g at St. Paul's parish -hall Mrs. Paul Christ 'announced the program, which started with a hymn. Devotions were -piven by ,Rev. Meinecke. Arlis Christ gave a welcome'.' Joan Mabus read a poem. A reading was giv^ en by Margaret Steenhard. A girls trio, Arliss, Elaine and. Sarah Christ sang, Kathryn Christ gave a reading and Joan Mabus read a poem. f . Lunch was served, after which the,, honoree opened, her many gifts. ' j Hostesses were" Mrs, Pau Christ, Mrs. Mike Christ, Sr Mrs. William Mabus, Mrs. Al- vm Boettcher, Mrs. Henry Boettcher, Mrs. Glenn Mabus, Mrs Walter Christ, Mrs. Art Tietz Mrs. .LaVerne Edwards, Mrs Melvin Schroeder, Mrs: George Schroeder, Mrs. Albin Nelson nd DeAnn and Mrs. Elmer unkermier. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller of Manchester, Minn, visited at the incent Miller' home Sunday. Wed 25 Years N Mr. and Mrs Jerome Eisenbarth,. Algona," will hold open house Sunday afternoon, Nov. 19, at their home in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. To Convention HERE^S YOUR £«=-- Four Couples Set To Wed ----- wedding licenses were is%?& ?° U1 ? ty C' erk Alma Pear- came to at- Homecoming s, you are hereby notified that on Nov ees, e 27, 1961 at 2:00 p.m. at the meet- Mondav for Durham, N. Carolina LuVerne News Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark of Iowa City were weekend visitors with their parents, the Don Uark and Dennis Carroll families. Other visitors were Mr. ana Mrs. Don Carroll and babv of Mason City. They tend the alumni Saturday evening. Mrs. Katherine Burtis and An- naJ1utte ,°f Webster City attended the alumni Homecoming banquet Saturday evening. Mrs. Karen Baer accompanied her brothers, Mike Becker of Belmond, Bart Becker and his friend Steve Burchfield of Humboldt to Iowa City Saturday to attend the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Mrs. Bessie Lund and son Rob- •t of Seefridge, N. D., visite the past week with her cousin Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pickett o Hawthorne, Calif., who visite her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ear Neal the past two weeks, lef Longer Delay Looms For New Minnesota 169 For area residents occasionally driving to the Twin Cities, it seems that the long-awaited opening of new highway 169 from Mankato north will not take place before 1962 or 1963. Only about four miles of the new road on 169, from the junction of 169 and 20 this side of Mankato, to the Blue Earth river bridge, will be open this year. It is a two-lane, divided highway and bypasses Minneopa -Park. The 10-mile section from North Mankato to St. Peter has been bituminous surfaced and is being traveled, but it is not officially open. One bridge over the Blue Earth river has yet to be constructed. This will be done n, Nov. 13 - Jame 6 Thilges and Deanna Ludwig, Algona; and LarrJ Cento D ° nna Sapp ' Bu « a '° Mayor's Court ;„„ L~, •"' busv weekend, during which time about 50 persons paid fines for speeding, Mayor C i?m *i? rks court settled down a little the past couple of days Only new cas e s heard by ^.W- Ong also speeding matters. Fined were Victor Anderson, Ankenv Si 9 Chester Blunt, Des Moines <67 ! , William Robson, Colfex" V Court costs were assessed in add it ion to BUY OF THE WfEK! PURE ALUMINUM See 'N Take Covered Cake Pan Exclusive high domed See-Thru cover. Protects cake frostings .... gives added capacity .... see contents without uncovering. Bottom, makes ideal roaster and is correctly sized for ready-mix cake recipes. Or cook'n eqrry spa- ghett. and meat balls . . . wrapped sandwiches, picnic foods, most anything. Foods will arrive looking as nice as when you started out with them. GET YOURS TODAY! ™' ^ Cullen Hardware ALGONA , .. e mee- ing rooms in the Courthouse in Algona, Iowa, the annual meet said association is to be to Vlslt his Parents. Infant Baptised Mrs. Al J. Eischeid returned iuesday evening from a week's visit with her ' directors. The directors whose terms expire are Eugene Drager of Al gona Claude Seely of Algona and Orville Thoreson of Swea VERN L. McCLURE to ,D' "~ whom a new son, Mark Roman, was born Oct. 30. The baby joins 9 family of five brothers and two sisters. The baby was baptised Sunday, and attending also were Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Treston and family rs. Josephine Knecht lin EischeVdTol Aigona. **" Glad Society Names Officers The North Central Iowa Glad I bociety met recently in Algona, for their annual business meeting A social evening was spent making plans for a Christmas party and f utu re meeting. Officers elected for the 19fi2 year were- George Wohnke, Bancroft, President, Harry Rosenaw. Lakota, Vice President, Mrs John Schimmel, Algona, sec. and treas; board of Gov 3 yr. term, Irvin Morey, West Bend! 2 yr. term, John Schimmel, Algona £ yr. term, Charles Madigan, Mason The State Gladiolus Soc. annual meeting will be held in Storm Lake Nov. 18. This will also be an elec- twn of state officers. _DEADLINE DATE ~ DECEMBER 1, T96T SALE OF STOCK OF ORIGINAL OFFERING OF IOWA BUSINESS INVESTMENT CORPORATION WILL TERMINATE DECEMBER 1, 1961 CORPORATION ARi STIU A- - A SiCUR o ' SECURE MORE INFOR/ytATIQN BY CONTACTING AT ONCE Fire Call — — Fire fighters were I uvTrfT £ e ^wrence Menke farm Friday afternoon when a tractor was destroyed by fire. The Jani es Hatten family h ve on the Menke I I3rrn* HARRY V. HULL, JR. A P n • • _ . • will "attend the" 62ft~d annual ooff ! |^Pf'6f.the.W 4 esf&n Qfain find 21 at Dea <Moines. Many nationally- known speakers •Will be featured, including 'Ned MafcWell, whd will present his radio farm program during a" luncheon ,at the convention. TKgfe,. will also be, many displays and "exhibits and "a'large banquet during the three->day event. Mr Slafk is owner of.tfie Clark Elevator 1 at,GalBraith. Goodwill Truck , tfhe Goodwill Industries truck Jsf -'- ••- • '• • • ,___.L -. staled'to pick URitetta at the Will ta.,street,'here Moftday, r Ncty, lo, Anyone haVing items sh6uld have them at the Runchey home by that date, ',..," A •., < _ . i *.-«-*........ -4J. „..',' •> '" OMVi Anthony J. Grandgenetf was fined $300 and costs .in district, court here this week'on a charge of OMVI,- fudge Fred M. Hudson evied th? fine. Grandgenett was bound over to district court by Ma* yor. C. ,C. Shierk after the defendant waived a'preliminary hearing. He was arrested Nov. 9 at St. Benedict by Patrolman Bill " MONUMENT SALE! J ' . j ' ..;../'.... ' i ' * I BLUE EARTH MONUMENT WORKS (YOUR ROCK &F AGES DEALER) ' , SINCE 1896 65th ANNIVERSARY SALE Our first sale ever offered in 65 years of business 14-DAtS ONLY-14 NOV. 18 TO DEC. 2 LARGE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM .... TOO MONUMENTS 500 BARKERS . Y ° Ut L?'r? f f l ' of , hc 'v»ifln. : unmarked'Brave or, you ore thinking of a preneed monument for that plot fo purchase at the lowest prices ever offered bv any company. ' VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY A GUARANTEE FURNISHED WITH EVERY SALE ' FOR SPRING DELIVERY - NO MONEY DOWN This is not a closing'out sale. at/\M(J XT John Wood " JOHN" , MO em P Io y ee j n Point of service. John 8fa t» A u 30 u a M "™W Ufflllta only last June. Since then, he has had his working shoes half-soled twice >» s 3 C _ . Electric Gifts Please For Sure "*W Be Sf •I 35 Rainbow Drive Phpne 1028 ••' ' " ,'iiiiMtUla Algona Municipal Utilities "UVI WtTfB fUGTRICAHY" -

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