The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 30, 1962
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rmans ill Observe Ih, Wesley Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Augus Garman will celebrate their gol den wedding anniversary Sunday Feb. 4. The 10 o'clock mass in St. Jo seph's Catholic church will be foi them followed by a 'dinner in the parish hall for their family, the sisters and Father Phillips and his housekeeper, Mrs. Blumb. Open house will be held in the hall from 2 to 4 o'clock. Mae Laux and August Garman were married Feb. 6, 1912, in the local church by Father Yungblut They were attended by her sister, Mrs. Clara Haverly and his brother, the late Isadore Garman. Mr. and Mrs. Garman have farmed in this area since their marriage. They are parents of four sons and four daughters: Sister Gratian (Kuth) of Montrose, Cal.; Lou of Liyermore, Tom of Renwick, Mrs. (Rita) Bob Yohn of Minneapolis; Mrs. (Margaret) Francis Pierce, Ed. and Mrs. (Lorrine) Philip Goetz of Wesley. There are 15 grandchildren. Mrs. Carman's three sisters, Mrs. Clara Haverly, Mrs. Tony Seiter and Mrs. E. M. Olson and their husbands, and Mr. Carman's two sisters: Mrs. (Agnes) Frank Grandgenett of Algona and Mrs. (Delia) Carl Schimmel and their husbands were to attend the dinner. Boy Scout Awards A Boy Scout meeting was held Monday evening, Jan. 22, in St. Joseph's parish hall. Pat Lickteig, and Mike Studer were presented Tenderfoot badges, and Richard and Robert Bleich, Louis Bleich,' Dennis Flaherty, Mike Froelich, Fred Girres, Tom Hughes, David Loebig, Richard Loebig, Michael Olson, Donald Potthoff, Raymond Stevens Jr., Steven Walker, Michael Weig and James Youngwirth received second class badges. The badges were presented by Raymond Stevens Sr. The Court was led by Dornbier. Slides were shown, which Starting Sunday at The Algonq Theatre TIME OUT .FOR ROMANCE. Richard Beymcr interrupts Tuesday Weld's housework with a mid-day kiss, while Jessica, the dachshund*, eyes them with typical feminine jealousy in 20th Century-Fox's "Bachelor Flat", arriving Sunday at the Algona Theatre. The CincmaScope- DeLuxe Color comedy co-stars Terry-Thomas and Celeste Holm. of Honor ceremony Scoutmaster, Eddie consisted of pictures of Wesley and Algona troops taken at summer Stevens, who is camp by Mr. treasurer.' Other officers were Franklin Bode, chairman, David Klein, institutional representative, Bill Loebig, Bill Hrubes and Bill Koppen, committeemen. The Holy Name Society is the sponsoring organization. Parents if the Scouts were guests and ilnned the badges on their sons. 3.D.A. Meeting The C.D.A.'s held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evenjng. Mildred 'Fox Studer gave a re- ume of the activities and expenditures of the past 10 years. Fath- r Phillips, chaplain, gave a short alk. Rita Youngwirth received the oor prize. Following the business meeting, bridge and 500 was played. Bernice Vitzthum and Lucille Nelson won high and low score prizes in bridge, Donna Studer and Mildred Martin in 500, Matilr da Goetz, lucky prize. Servers were Ruth Youngwirth, Helen Koppen, Mary Richter, Rita Youngwirth, Theresa Berger and Colleen Studer. Entertainers were Stacia Richtsmeier, Josie Lickteig, Angeline Foertsch, Viola Kollasch, Hazel Studer and Esther Reising. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. Art Beenken, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode, Mr. and . Mrs. George Seaberg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skow and Lester Eden attended the annual meeting of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association in Des Moines Jan. 22, 23, 24, representing the local elevator. J. N. Lud- WE WANT YOU TO GOME TO OUR OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY, FEB. 2 - 8 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. We're looking br our f 000 000 MCCULLOCH CHAIN SAW! th WIN valuable prizes ' by helping us find our MILLIONTH CHAIN 8AWI Prizes will also be awarded for registering the OLDEST McCULLOCH 8AW of each of the 37 models! COME IN TODAY for complete details, and register for valuable door prizes. This month, McCulloch Corporation of Los Angeles, announced the production of its 1,000,000th Chain Saw and are celebrating this record breaking achieve • ment by conducting a search for the "MILLIONTH SAW". The lucky customer who has purchased this Millionth saw by April 1st will receive an all-expense paid week's vacation for two, courtesy of the company, A "search" is also being conducted for the oldest saw in each of the many models McCulloch has pro. duced since 1948. The pep. pie having these "oldest saws" in each of 46 different series, will receive a brand new 1962 McCulloch model in exchange for their used one, All chain saw users are urged to come to our "Open House" and enter this unusual "Saw Search". NORTON M4CHINC WORKS wig, Ed Arend and Hugh Black represented the Coop elevator of trvjngton at the meeting. Members of the Sutz Us 500 club attended a dance in Duncan Jan. 23 and later went to the Wilfred Becker farm home for lunch i» honor of the Becker's 14th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ruth Anfinson was a medical patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, several days last week. Mrs. Robert Jongewaard and Mrs. Jim Olson will be hostesses to the Evangelical Free Missionary Society Jan. 31 in the church. Methodist women will meet Feb. 7 at the church with the Mesdames Veva Lease, Robert Jones, Charles Wen- and Glen Gabrielson. Mrs. Ben Eden and Mrs. Hazel Gerdes will be in charge of the program. Circle I will have a bake sale after the meeting. Mrs. Elof Pearson entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, Jan. 24. Kathryn Hauptly entered Park hospital, Mason City, recently. Neighborhood Birthday club met Jan. 25 in the Elmer Daughan home to honor the birthday of their hostess. American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 1. Dinner guests at the Leonard Arndorfers were Mr. and Mrs. Jim. Walmsley and family of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daughan. The dinner honored Mr. Walmsley's birthday, which was Jan. 25, and Mrs. Daughan's, which was Jan. 28. Danny Arndorfer, who is in the air force, had a birthday Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ^rn,cjprfei; and Vicki were Wednesday dinner guests of the Gene Hoods at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke are parents of a baby boy born Jan. 22 at the Britt hospital. He ha.= been named Mark Allen and he has a 14 month old brother Randy who was cared for by his paternal grandparents, the George Rickes. The young mother is the former Eleanor Trca. She and baby were brought home Thursday. Sister Lenore returned Jan. 23 from Milwaukee, Wise, where she had surgery. Mrs. J. M. Kunz taught the first and second grades at the parochial school during sister's absence. A girl was born Jan. 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson in the Britt hospital. They have two other daughters. He is employed at the creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansen observed their 37th wedding anniversary Jan. 20, Their daughter and family, the Robert Genungs of Des Moines spent the weekend in their farm home. Other guests were the Howard Hansens of Miller, the Theron Hansens, John Paulsons and Orville Smiths. John Paulson had surgery Jan. 23 in Mercy hospital, Mason City, to correct an old back injury. Mrs. John Hildman has been at Rochester, Minn, with her sister, Myrtle Hilbert, who had brain surgery Jan. 20. Another sister, Esther Hilbert of Algona, was in Rochester, too. Jeanne Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, won a superior rating in poetry at Mason City high school and Junior college Jan. 13. Ed Eisenbacher returned home Jan. 19 from a month's visit with his. sister Jane, nee Mrs. Ben Faurot, husband and Don and Julia Ann at Studio City, Cal., and with relatives at Tacoma, Wash, and Portland, Oregon. Joe Eisenbacher left Jan. 24 for a similar visit. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bluings Thursday thru Saturday—"Teenage Millionaire" 7:00 and 10:00, "Explosive Generation" 8:30. Saturday matinee, Cartoons at 1:30, "Teenage Millionaire" 2:00. Sunday—"Bachelor Flat" 1:303:35-5:45-7:50-10:00. Monday and Tuesday—"Bachelor Flat" 7:35-9:45. Wednesday only Feb. 7—Cinema Arts Show "Two Way Stretch". Curtain at 8:15 — Feature at 8:45. REGISTER TICKETS aad carbon c»sh register rolls at the Upper Pub. Co., Aigona. Frank Moiding went Sunday to University hospital at • Iowa City He will undergo major' surgery. Friends may write to him there. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch met their daughter Sonja at the 1 air port in Fort Dodge Tuesday. She flew in from Sioux City to spend the semester break from,Morningside College where she is a senior. Raeann Brink celebrated her 17th birthday with a pizza supper Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink, irl friends sharing the courtesy were Sheri Ramus, Mae Belle Maass, Doris Byson, Sally Prior, Marcia Stripling. Together they enjoyed a theatre party in Algona. Sunday evening guests in the Allyn Brink home to honor Raeann were her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Percy Brink, Van Hansen and her sister, Mr and Mrs Ben Hefty and Blaine. , Mrs Jessie Stripling was hostess to her canasta club Thursday. 'At play, high, Mrs Herman Hinz, low, Mrs Laura Meyer. Mrs Frank Gronbach entertained canasta 8 Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs Hattie Baker and Mrs Walton DeWitt. At play, high, Mrs DeWitt, low, Mrs Harry Lichty. Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty entertained their winter card club Monday evening. At play, high and travel, W. Raymond Legler, Mrs Albert Hefti, low, William Rath and Mrs Sylvester Brace. Mr and Mrs Brace and her father, William Rath, residents here until moving recently to Lone Rock, came for the party. Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti will be hosts Feb. 5. MYF of the LuVerne Methodist church enjoyed a toboggan party on .the hill east of Livermore Saturday evening. Enjoying the cold evening out were Linda Nelson, Suzie Bleak, LeOta Ann Voss, Johnnie Wickett, Dean Trauger, Ronald Trauger, Mickey Baker, Richard and Billy Wolf, their sponsors, Mr and Mrs Ben Hefty and Rev. Worthie Usher. They came back to the lunch room of the Lu- Verne Bowling Enterprises for lunch. Mr and Mrs Charles Brown of Sanborn visited Tuesday with her mother, Mrs Ernest Meyer. Toge-' ther they visited Ernest Meyer, a surgical patfent tn Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge the past three weeks. Mr and Mrs Carl Swanson were in Des Moines attending the State Grain Dealers Convention the past \vwk. Mr and Mrs Loren Appenzeller and children visited in Ames Saturday with friends. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Margaret Engcl and her daughter, the Loren Appenzellers, were Mr and Mrs Albert Nielsen of Britt, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen, Sr., Mrs Dale Zentner, Mrs Edwin Jackson, Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Joseph Putzstuck are parents of an eight pound daughter, Kay Marie, born Jan. 24, at. Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. They now have two girls and three boys. Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck of Algona. Charles Weber visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber, Wednesday to Tuesday. This is the semester break at Morningside Col- ege, Sioux City, where he is en- •olled. Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Reid'in Al- ;ona. Linda Swanson arrived Friday or the semester break of Morning' side College, Sioux City, with her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Swanson. Register Feb. 5 in Drake Course Registration for the Drake University Community College course to be offered in Algona during the spring semester will be at the first class meeting, Monday, February 5. An education course, 'The Teaching of Social Studies,' is to be taught in Algona. It will meet each Monday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Algona high school building. Riverdale Rustlers Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the home of Linda Ruhnke Jan. 20. Talks were given by Elaine Pooch and Ellen Siemer. A demonstration was given by Linda Ruhn- kc. Group activity was on picture study. Courtesy was given by Linda Ruhnke. Next meeting will be Feb. 17 at the home of Anne and Eileen Penton. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535. ADDING MACHINE TIME! ornctAt NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Notice is hereby given thnt n petition for n franchise to erect, use nnd mnlntnln poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cnbles, conduits, nnd other fixtures nnd nppllnnccs for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power nnd heating purposes hns been filed by the City of Algonn. Iowa, In the office of the town Stnte Commerce Commission; thnt said petition nsks the right to construct, operate nnd mnln- Inln snid electric transmission line over, nlong and across the following described public lands, higluvnys, streams and privnte lands, to-wit: (34,500 volts, three phase, closed delta connected) Beginning nt the southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE'/i) of Section Thirty-one (31). Township Ninetysix (»(5) North, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5th P.M.. Kossuth Comity, Iowa, thence west on private right of way nlong the center section line between the North Half (N'/a) nnd the South Half IS!'*) of said Section Thirty-one (31), one (1) mile. Beginning at the southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE'/i) of Section Thirty-six (30), Township Ninety-six (!)(!) North, Range Twentynine (2!l) West of the 5th P.M., thence west on private right of wny nlong the center section line of said Section Thirty-six (30), one-fourth (!,',) mile, thence south on private right of way along the quarter section line of said Section Thirty-six (30) one-fourth (>,{) mile, thence west on privnte right of way along the quarter section line of said Section Thirty-six (30) and Section Thirty-five (35), said township nnd range, one and one-half (114) miles, thence south on private right of way along the quarter section line of snid Section Thirty-five (30), one-fourth («) mile. Beginning at the northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW'4) of the Northwest Qunrtcr (NW',1) of Section Two (2). Township Ninety-five (.15) North, Range Twenty-nine (2D) West of the 5th P.M., thence southeasterly on private right of way to a point approximately five sixteenths (5/10) mile south and three-eighths (3/8) mile east of the northwest corner of said Section Two (2), snid point being the north cily limits of the City of Algonn, Iowa, one-fourth ( V, ) mile. Notice is hereby given that the petition requests authority to proceed under eminent domain to acquire nn casement on privnte lands for right of way purposes on which to erect, operate and maintain the proposed electric transmission line where n voluntary casement has not been obtained. The Iowa State Commerce Commls- Tuesttoy, January 30, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-4 ALGONA THUR. Thru SAT. SEE ... CHUBBY CHECKER DANCE THE TWIST Brand New Models 7-8-4 or 6-8-4 VICTOR CHAMPION ADDING MACHINES • Top quality ,.. famous preclslon-bullt Victors ... lowest price ever • 10-key or lull-keyboard ... totals 9.099..999.99 • Electric models low as $ir were $119 NOW ONLY _ plus tax 94 * Latest model... farrtous precl slon-built Victor quality « 10-key or full-keyboard... totals 999,999.99 « Direct subtraction t Fast, accurate figuring for office, store, home VICTOR ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE * 159.50 PLUS TAXES AND MANY OTHER MODELS TRADE-INS WELCOME UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA While they last.' eecucTs OF IOOMS YOUTH BURST OUTWAHOI •A "Darin a §hni OF Our* SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 "TEENAGE MILLIONAIRE" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ALGONA WED. ONLY, FEB. 7 'flRIM ' I iflmny 1 /' 'EXCELLENT' W* STRETCH - PLUS Color Cartoon - AND "Wonders of Isreal" EATURE AT 8:45 — ADM. $1.00 slon hns named Tuesday, the Thirteenth (MUD day 01 March, 1IW2. jil. 10 o'clock n.m., in its office at Des Moines. Town, ns time and place for hearim! snid petition. Docket E-1.1I1R. Objections 1o !hc wanting of such franchise must lie in writing nnd filed In triplicate with this Commission :il least five (5) days before dnlc of hr-nt- IIIR. Thr Iowa Stale Commerce Commission KllpRcslR that the objector he represented at the liearinR by someone who hns Mill nntJiority to act for it. *" IOWA STAFF: COM.VKRCE COMMISSION U.iioirl F lluqlirs. Chairman * Hav 11. Thomn>-on. Commissioner I5ein-iid .1. Mnrtiii, Commissioner t'oekf ! F.-13IIS • A "I TK.S'l'. cl.iude K. Davis. Secretary" l);i'rd at I) 1 ,':; Moines. Iowa, January 21. 1WJ "Published Jan. .1(1 and Feb. 0 In '! he Alcona da.} Upper Des Moines). SUN. Thru TUES. ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 P.M. "FUN FEST IN A WOO NEST . . . IT'S WHERE THE GIRLS ARE!" ... .Mixings A Parade of Fun with the Merriest Since Girls Discovered Boysl t JACKCUMMINQSWrf('' acheloi*'s where all the fun \ takes place! • • M^MB "-'-' __ * mi** i WhbkV I !• WE LD • BE YMER THOMAS HOLM PLUS COLOR CARTOON - AND "ASSIGNMENT MEXICO" "' ALSO "AUSTRALIAN WATER SPORTS". "They Work for You at AMU 1 Floyd J. WeisSiaar "FLOYD" .Just in case you wonder exactly win-re your electricity comes from, Floyd U'cishiiur is pointing il out for you. His right hand rests on part of the goiicruling equipment of No. .'! engine at the Algona power plant. Behind him is the huge fly-wheel on the engine, which rotates the generator. An assistant Operator at the power plant, Floyd is now in his (ith year of service with Algmia Municipal Utilities. Horn in I.acona, Iowa, Floyd 'emigrated' to Algona, worked for Norton's lumber .yard for a time and nl age IS found himself in the :i01h Infantry Division during World War II. He was in on the St. I,n, France, landing, and went through to (icrnumy with the lillth. As to hobbies, Floyd says his work at the power plant doesn't leave a lot of time now for the things he used to do, such as playing in the Little Western Music Band. Floyd is married to the former Dorothy Hurup of North Dakota. They have three kiddies — Sandy, Hocky and (jury. The Wcishaars live at (iOO South Dodge in Algona. Electric Home Heat Is Here One Algona home owner found that his electric bill, with electric heat, was less than a dollar more than same period in previous year. 1 1 I 5 I Algona Municipal Utilities "LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY"

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