The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 7
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MSSt** '?, H?«> P«"««k« reeted »y our leader Joe Skpw, 'Curing the meeting feed budgets fe figured out and record book ertfl were fiarided ftttft;^ ?,, A CoUlometer is ah in^niMent for measuring the amount 6f elee« ' W ' BS .» supper the boys and , fathers eti/oyed ft game dfc trlclty passing through r RGTlftED Vlggo Rasmussen of Elk Horn isn't one of those who cah't hold a job. He went to work as> lineman for the .Mafiie & ElkiHorn Telephone Co. to igiS and 42ftefird later, Jan. i, 1962, was, wlfii the same firm when he decided to* r& tire. "••' ' '" Hflflan SteenHfird, 9, of hear Buffalo Center fotmd a Bala Eagle to the grove- df ^eb? farm ftt&tiy. The bird-was, -dtad ; ««a it is Uitffight that the, bird nW -have beett injured attd landed 1 ; to' ; the grove and apfiatently' iim to death. ' ' ' .,-'.'•:»' MEAN FALCON DELUXE 4-DOOR I .Standard Transmission, excellent tires, the spare has never been used. A' one owner car that, is •:..:. "like r new" condition. 1959 FORD FAIRLANE 4-DOOR Ford-0-Matic Transmission, V-8 engine, -low mileage one owner car that is in excellent condition, 1956 FORD CONVERTIBLE A .two toned beauty with Ford- O-Matic -Transmission, near' new white side wall tires, Radio. This is the. cleanest convertible in the state. One owner car by a local Algona party. 1955 FORD CUSTOM 4-DOOR Ford-0-Matic Transmission, V-8 engine, Radio, with only 44,000 ' miles.. < I 1952 FORD C ON V E R TIB L E Excellent white side wall tires, Overdrive, Radio, and the upholstering, top and interior are in ' excellent condition. New engine and new brakes. Formerly Mrs. ; ; Fred Kent Jr. personal car. 1954 FORD CUSTOM 4-DOOR Ford r O-Matic Transmission, V-8 engine, Radio, tires new, a real sharp, clean car. 1954 FORD • CUSTOM 2-DOOR Ford^-Matte 1 " Transmission, Radio and very sharp inside as well as outside. : *450 1954 FORD MAINLINE 2-DOOR 6 cylinder engine with standard transmission. A sharp one owner car. , $ 395 1955 HUDSON I 1953 PONTIAC 4-DOOR Runs and drives fine, A STEAL AT 4-DOOR Cheap, transportation — runs real good. 195 USED TRUCKS I960 FORD F-600 2 Ton, 156 inch wheel base, 8,25 tires with a 2 speed axle. 195* FORD M TON PICK UP 1955 FORD FAIRLANE 2-DOOR V-8 Engine, Overdrive — the motor needs overhauling. A Mechanic's Special. *200 1956 FORD : FAIRLANE 2-DOOR Ford-O-Matlc Transmission, V-8 engine, Radio, White sideWaH tires, two toned finish. A very •> , sharp one owner car. $ 750 1955 CHEV. BEL AIRE 4-DOOR Powerglide transmission, V-8 .engine, radio, good seat covers, tires perfect and in excellent mechanical condition. A nice Bel , Aire for only 1954 CHEV. 210 4-DOOR Standard Transmission, Radio and runs exceptionally good. 1954 FORD HARDTOP Ford-0-Matic, V-8 engine, Radio, two toned, white side wall tires, a beauty for only. *475 1952 FORD STATION WAGON Overdrive and Radio. Here's a good value in a station wagon. 250 USED TRUCKS 1952 CHEVROLET % Ton Pick Up. Needs fixing up ... give us a bid. 1951 FORD V4 TON PICK UP ;1954 and newer car* - carry a One Year (ADA Guarantee Warranty Motor Co. AL60NA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1962 VOl. 99 - NO. 2 I ' * ^I^W^^p^p^^^V^f^W^^pP^ Swea & Eagle Mr.: and Mrs. Andrew Madseh and Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Madsen and family, East Chain and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and family were Sunday dinner guests 'at the Walter Magnusen home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Tobin were Thursday guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ole Johansen. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson were Sunday evening guests at the Carl Lbfstrom home. Wednesday evening Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Magnusen and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Madsen and Carol, and Gloria Borchardt were guests at the George Magnusen home at Fairmont for his birthday. Douglas Johnson and John Clark were after school visitors Tuesday at the home of Douglas Goraoz- kowski for his 7th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, Janet and Paul were overnight guests at the home of his sister, the George Kings at Omaha, Dec. 20 and on the 21st boarded a train for California where they viewed the Rose Parade and went sight- Seeing. They were guests of Cecil's aunt and uncle, the H. C. Johnsons at Alta Dena, Cal. The family was overnight guests at the Mer:on Roalson home one night. They also visited the Roy Bra venders. The Thoresons returned Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. .Wallace Dawson attended: a family dinner at the Ole Roalson home Sunday in honor Stebritz-Kirsch Wedding Diane Stebritz, daughter of Mr and Mrs H. W. Stebritz, Algona, and Marlin Kirsch, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirsch, Whittemore,-were married in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here Dec. 27, Msgr. P. P.' Gearen officiated at the ceremony. The newlyweds are making their home at'Omaha, Nebr., after a short wedding trip. A complete wedding story appeared in the Jan. 9' issue of the Upper Des Moines. (Nels Isaacson Photo - UDM Engraving) of the baptism of the infant son Harold Decker, who was a surgery of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duncan of patient 'at University hospital. Mrs. Des Moines. Pastor Pillman offi- Decker had entered the hospital elated at the service, with Ronald last Tuesday. , Roalson and Karen Lohse, both 06 Mr. and Mrs, Francis Torino re- Fairmont as sponsors for Randy turned. Wednesday evening after Scott. Guests at dinner were Mr. 17 days visiting in the west. They and Mrsi /George ,Wialle'ntln.C and, left, home -Dec. 18 for the'trip to Jane, Mr. and Mrs.,; Harold; R6al-, ; L6s Alamos, New Mexico, to visit S 0p^,and Ronald, Mrs: Duncan and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr, - Clarke Miller Named Head Extension Unit The first meeting of the Kossuth County Extension Council was held Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1962 at 1:30 p.m. at the Extension Office in Algona. • Officers for 1962 were elected as 'ollows — chairman, Clarke Miller, Titonka; vice-chairman, Robert Fortney, Bancroft; secretary, Al Budding, Buffalo Center; treasurer, Ray Cunningham, Burt.: The council, one .elected/ mem- >er from each township, is the governing board for the extension louncll received reports from Dean Barnes, Bob Johnson and Avis Lettow in regard to extension activities coming up in Jan* uary. The 1962 council members and townships represented' are as follows — Buffalo, Clarke Miller; Burt, Wallace Hawcott; Cresco, J. Vern Evans; Eagle, Harold Carr; Fentori, Barrel Dreyer; Gar• field, Albert Banwart; German, N6rman Bruns; Grant, Gerald Pedersen; , Greenwood, Alfred Bormann;, Harrison, Mrs. August Brandt; Hebron, Al Dudding; Ir- vlhgton, Clarence Seimer; Led- rard, Maynard Hertzke;' Lincoln, 21don Sachs; Lotts, Creek, Mrs, Hilbert Bierstedt; ' LuVerne, Gail Wolf; Plum ]reek, Stanley Gardner; Portland, 31enn Larsen; Prairie, Herman Vise; Ramsey,' Art Droessler; Riverdale, Alvin Erpelding; Seneca,- Robert Fortney; Sherman, Mrs. John Blumer; Springfield, Darrel Bishop; Swea, Laurel Peterson; Union, Karl Kitlsholm; Wesley,' Ray V. Cunningham; WhUtembre; Earl Elbert. . v . Harold, Granada, and Clara- and Vernon Peterson,: Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Meryiri Johnson entertained guests Wednesday for the 7th • ' ' birthday • were J6hn>; Gla , ' Attending Dougl&i>< n Gor' aczkowski and Jean and 'S'indra Godfredfion. Coffee 5 guests pf Mrs. •Johnson * ;wtere 1; " ; DoUgfe's"'*tjgreat- gfandmother, Mrs. Nels God/red- son,. .Mis..' ------ - •-"-- ' Truman Johnson. The ind! birth is.' JSd ^Godfred3pri*Mrs. ; Goradzkpw;skr' &nfl •;Mrs. i Johnson. The [2nd ! birthday of the Johnson's small daughter, Karidls, which was Deity 29, was also observed. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N ALGONA, IOWA Making Your City A Better Place To Live, Work and Raise A Family. ., Wallace land Mrs. ;Robert Hi Dawson a^d' family. Mrs,- Duncan fes and the Torino's* sma and . , baby., have , been visiting, at Day. to drive to Phoenix, Ariz., the home of her parents, 'fhe'Har- where -they Were houseguests .of old Roalsons for the past two the Paul Snyders] Mr. and Mrs " eeks - Harold Hewitt of Bakersfield, Cal, Mrs. Glen Burt attended thol™^ them at the. Snyders for a 25th wedding anniversary open visil > and w 'th them drove to No- louse at the Clarence Enderson U ales ' Mexico, to spend the day. 1 ________ ....... _. home at Estherville Sunday. Mrs. The Torines called on Fern Peter'- 1 Gaylord Johnson, Fenton, was a Enderson is the daughter of Mrs. son at Mesa - Las t Tuesday night, Sunday afternoon guest at the Burt. Dorothy Burt and Clarence tne Torines stopped at the home home of. his brother, the Truman Enderson were married at Arm- of Mr - and Mr . s - Ernest Truax at Johnsons. strong, Jan. 5, 1937, with Father Pen> y. The Truaxes are the par- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Larson and Eischeid officiating. Among other ents of Mrs - Pa "l Snyder. family of Bettendorf spent the hol^ relatives attending were Mr. and Kav and Davld McCoy, who have idays with the Sam Larsonfc- and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and Larry, been staying with the Francis other relatives here. Garner, Mrs. Sadie Hopkins and Tor 'nes, spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston were Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins and their P aren ts, the Arnold McCoys New Years eve guests. at the Aus- family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. at Decatur, 111. David, in the 2nd tin Fretty home at Armstrong Frank Flaig, Mrs. Mary Flaig and ^rade in school, remained at The Walter Mines, Sam Links Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jen- h ? me and Kav returned to Swea and Tom Prestons were guests for Sen and familv T.nno Rnnb- CitV. Invcfor cton/ nf H,« r>^«« mu_ __ sen and family, Lone Rock. oyster stew at the Gene Thomp— -"-••••^j *j\*ti\f A VVV.i\. I <f I **J fcjfc^<» OtW W Mb U1C VJCIltj J. I, Ronnie and Sharon Geerdes Mr> and MrSl Hans Peterson son home Saturday evening. nonnie ana snaron Geerdes ««»a. i««ua i-ciciau« ou« uume omuruay evenuig. stayed with their grandparents the were s . unda y supper guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Max Treat Martin Geerdes while their n«r ^ ^""l 1 . !>?«!«• fami] y ot . . D . e6orah were wee Martin Geerdes while their par ents, the Don Geerdes drove t( Iowa City to bring back Mrs HELP SUPPORT THE Little League Baseball Uniform Drive Benefit Dance, Sat., Jan. 20, 8 p.m. V.F.W. HALL Tickets are available from the members of the following organizations. * American Legion * Junior Chamber * Kiwanis * Moose * V.F.W. * Business & Professional Women * Lions * Salesmen's Bureau OR TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING Chamber Of Commerce Office Smoke Shop Algona Flour & Feed Buscher Bros. Joe Bradley Equipment Larry's Recreation Algona Implement Ernie Williams and ----— . i ........j «* ^'ft.uiuii ncic weekend Jim Hardt has enrolled at State guests of his sister, the Marvin Teachers College at Wayne, Neb. Larsons. He left Jan. 4 to begin classes Wednesday evening guests of lhere - the Art Larsons were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tordoff were Mrs. James Walderschmidt of Fnday evening guests at the Mar- Armstrong, lin Hardt home. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Jones vis- Mrs. Minna Cole of Estherville ited at the Mary Budlong home at is spending a few days at the Titonka Friday, home of her nephew, the Francis Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson Torines. were New Years eve guests at Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith of the Tom Preston home, Fairmont were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle guests at the Francis Torino and family were New Years eve home - guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mortensen, Tit la rl Tuesda y s "PP er guests New Years eve guests at the at the Albert Anderson home. Francis Sullivan home were Mr Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson and Mrs. Douglas Guerdet Mr' were coffee guests at the Eldon ' — - " yu«u«*, rar . leidecker home Sunday evening after church. Mike Reynolds was an overnight luest of his friend Danny Peterson ''riday. Thursday supper guests of the loy Andersons were Mr. and Mrs. )scar Linde, Mr. and Mrs. Cliford Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Rog- r Linde, Mr. and Mrs. Archie )itsworth, Mr. and Mrs. John Jeck, Eau Claire, Wise., Mr. and Wrs. Alfred Peterson, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peterson and and Mrs. Leo Guerdet, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Brekke, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter, and Mrs. Alvin Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Krumwiede and family attended the wedding of her niece, Ardis Tapper, daughter of the Walter Tappers, Buffalo Center, and John Lande, also Buffalo Center, Saturday evening at the Ramsey Reform church at Titonka. The Krumwiedes' son, Kevin, served as ringbearer. SEE THE NEW FOR :*J f r I V r ' TT $\r\ >. .-\ .-•• BEDROOM BONANZA ROOMS AT

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