The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 13, 1962 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 13, 1962
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Ottosen Couple Wed 25 Years < Parent-Teacher Ottosen — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson. celebrated their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary with an open house at their home Sunday atternoon, Feb. 4th. ' Mr. and Mrs. Erickson were married *'eb. 3, 1937 at the Trinity Lutheran Cnapel at Boone by Rev. Utto troe. Tneir attendants were her sister, - Mrs. Alvin Hedluna and his brother, George Erickson. Tney were botn present at the anniversary. hosts ana hostesses at the silver weaaing were their brotners and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carl- steat, Mr. and Mrs. George EriCK- son and Mrs. Bessie Erickson of btrauord, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Heaiund of Madrid, Mr. and Mrs. Virgu ijjnckson and Mr. and Mrs. Fioyd iwicKson ot Stannope. Parlor nostesses were Mrs. Milford Zeman and Mrs. George Erickson. ivir. ana Mrs. EncKson are the parents of two daughters, bandra, a iresnman at the state university bt iowa at Iowa City and Carla, a sopnomore at Twin Hivers hign scnool at Bode,, - Carla Erickson presided at the gilt book where, eigntiy were registered, bhe also arranged tne carus and gifts. Sandra j^nckson served tne cane. Mrs. Alvin Hed- luna poured. / The tncKsons came here from Stannope and have lived on the farm near uctosen for 12 years. \ Church Women Meet Tne American Lutheran church women met. Wednesday with Mrs. Howard Thompson and Mrs. Leo Tolteberg as hostesses. .i The ladies will serve the noon luncheon for the Humboldt County Club meeting to be held at the Lutheran church in March. Feb. 13, six ladies will go to the Lutheran church to sew. This trip was postponed earlier because of Area Break-In Loot This photo, snapped at the sheriff's office at Nevada recently by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst of Kossuth cotinty, shows many of the items allegedly stoien during a nignt of break-ins Jan. 25 by rtoscoe Cauett, David Graham and Larry *uuer, all of the Nevada area. Tne tnree were charged with breaking and entering and at least two, Catiett and Graham, received 10-year sentences in district court at Nevada last week. Uranam was given a bench paroie. „ . „ .. ... . . An adding macnine, two radios, a flashlight, completely equipped camera, quantity of men's and women's wtttcnes, cigarettes, cigars and a large quantity of beer can be seen in the photo. •The men entered two firms at TitonKa, tne Cities Service station and Isebrand Produce, the Keeling store at St. Joe and Western Buyers office Here during the spree. The mree may also face charges nere. tUOM engraving) i stormy weather. It was" decided to continue the library again this year. Mrs. Ivan Evenson presented the • • • of Causes, American Calendar Missions. Host Husbands The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday for an all day meeting at ;he Lester Wehrspann home. The nusbands were guests at the pot mck dinner. Mrs. Kermit Fowler gave the lesson on Frank Gotch and the month of February and the famous people born then. . Plans were made for the anniversary supper, which will be held Wednesday, Feb. 14, at the Lester Wehrspann home. Mrs. Howard Hellickson's aunt, Mrs. Anna Lilleskau of Chicago, is ill and Mrs. Hellickson plans to go there to spend some time witn her. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fossel of Thor, Mr. and Mrs. Les Lonning of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson went to Tony's for supper Saturday evening. The occasion was to celebrate the wedding anniversary ol Mr. and Mrs. Fossel, Feb. 2, and the birthdays of Mrs. Hellickson and De Vere Newton, which were Feb. 4. Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Earl Long, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Naomi Struthers, Elmer Erickson attended a 4-H meeting at Humboldt Monday. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Talk On West Africa Pleases Titonka Group Titimka -.Family Nigta was enjoyed by members of Titonka Methodist church Sunday evjettlng, Feb. 4. A pot luck supper was hew at 6:30, followed "by group pinging led by Dr. Kildal, 1 A very interesting slide talk was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harold BtitS gess on Liberia, West Africa. Mrs. Burgess was a missionary teacher there from 1944 to 1947, and Mr, Burgess worked at a rubber plantation from 1941 through 1946. They also displayed many articles, including costumes of women and men, masks made of wood, a crude ax, hunting knives and jewelry. Mrs. Mabel Reimers, who teaches in Ues Moines, and BrticE Reimers, who is studying medicine at Iowa City, speht'iast weekend at the home of their daughter anc sister and family,, the Melvin Ricks. The Junior Lutherans met Feb 3 at the Good Hope church. Kathy Sleeker led the story hour and Caren and Kevin Brandt and Joyce Easier were host and hostesses or the group. Students spending between se mesters at home were Beverlj Richter, Pat Willis, Clinton Asche James Sparks, Ellen Nelson, Ger aldine Ullman and Sylvia Eden SyJvia brought a friend, Shirley Hursey with her. Allan and Jet- rey Boyken were home over Sun- nd Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilfcerg eiurned last .Tuesday morning rom a three weeks vacation trip o points in Arizona and California. Modern Mixer Club members en- enumed husbands at a parcy at he Henry Looft home Tuesday ivonmg. jiinjoying the courtesy sure Mr. anu Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, Mr. ana Mrs. Koy Hinz, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nyrnan, Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Jonannesen, Mr. and Mrs. iverett Witnam, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mr. and Mrs. Tect Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bun, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurt, ivir. ana Mrs. Calvin Vaudt ana Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vauat and tanmy spent Sunday witn the tor- raer s sister and family, the Harold Bermkes, at Sac Cuy. Mr, and Mrs. Ule Pectersen at- tenued a bircnday dinner Wednesday at tne Mariin Olsen home, rural Kingsted, honoring Mr. Andrew Uisen ot Kingsiea. jerry breese arrived home the eany part ot the week and will neip ius lather with the farm work. Mrs. Breese plans to join her husband at a later date. Tneir home is in California. Mrs. Howard Hellickson and Mrs. ON YOUR NEXT REFILL ^fl^ ** iff .At 4E9& CMff jflS ff^L PnOil@ Ci •4-374U Electric Co. of Algoni, la. $ 1,793.00 /S/ Dr. C. C. Shierk Mayor Attest: /S/ David A. Smith City Clerk GENERAL Shierk, Salary - $ Smith, Salary la. State Bank, W'hold. Advance Pub., Printing Koch Bros., Off. supplies — Kossuth Mut. Ins., Rent Latto's Business Systems, Sup*- NW BelC~Tefe~phone M. Parroft & Sons, Supplies . C. C. Shierk, Expenses UDM Pub., Printing D. D. Youngwirth, Refunds STREET Burtis, Salary Frambach, Salary Lashbrook, Salary MeUen, Salary Myers, Snlary Pergandc, Salary Prew, Salary la. State Bank, W'Hold Algona Ins. Agency, Premium H. M. Brown Co., Repairs Cities Service, Gas & Oil — Cook's Welders, Supplies — R. J. Funk, Supplies Gibbs-Cook, Repairs Kossuth Motors, Repairs Laing's Plbg., Repairs Norton Machine, Repairs Tuesday, February 13, 1962 Alflono (la.) Upper fo» Maine*-? 112.50 229.02 24.50 87.38 12.M 10.00 28.14 22.35 3.51 11.45 71.54 68.75 149.30 137.20 175.37 143.60 136.40 173.21 153.60 102.00 4.43 48.78 237.72 32.50 8.47 50.22 1.15 2.00 44.40 NW Bell, Telephone Sleo-Fort, Repairs ^ PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary Bulten, Salary Hutchison, Salary Jorgenson, Salary Mlttag, Salary Elbert, Salary - Boekclmon, Uniform Allow. . Kohl, Salary - Volgt, Salary ». State Bank, W'Hold. .... 'rust & Agency, Pension lulten, Uniform Allow. . •jutchlsen, Uniform Allow. . orgenson, Uniform Allow. -. /Ittag, Uniform Allow. Volgt, Uniform Allow. Cities Service, Gas Sieg-Fort, Supplies Tom's Padio & TV, Service NW Bell, Telephone -- •leimen Fire Equip., Mdse. -looker Supply, Mdse. John Hamilton has returned lome, and is recuperating there alter having had surgery at Mercji lospital at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. William Amesbury visited his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pink of Omaha and her sis- fir, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burchett of Lincoln, Nebr. over the weekend. Mrs. Tanna Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott are day. parents of a baby girl born Feb. i in St. Ann hospital, Algona. The little miss weigned 3 pounds, and ti ounces ana. nas been namea Julie Ann. Mother and baby are getting along tine. Tne Frame ureyers of Lone Rock and David Dreyers of Humboldt were Sunday evening supper guests in the JacK Tieman home, in honor, of Mrs. Frank Dreyer's birtnday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert saxton and family of Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests in the Tieman home a week ago Sunday. The Portland Social Club met Feb. 8 in the home of Mrs. Jesse Harms. Mrs. Tony Jandl was in charge of the program .and Mrs Ulvira Chnstensen had fun time __. Clifford Young and Mrs Hugh Williams each won a prize ^uuch was served at the close o the meeting. Mrs. Hugh William will have the next meeting i place of Mrs. Earl Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Eward; Kain were Saturday evening visitors'in the* Jtiltbrd Young home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mrs. £liz- aoeth Kennedy. Mrs. Tony Jandl was a Tuesday visitor of Mrs. Kennedy. Mr and Mrs. Wendell Rusch ot Lotts Creek were Sunday visitors -- t °r'break"vVith her parents, the and supper guests, in the Jack Maptin wilbers- Marvin Wilberg Estherville were Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Susan Goche of Bancroft. Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Martha Boyken left Monday for Winter Haven, Florida, where they'plan to spend several weeks sightseeing and enjoying warmer weather. They plan to return via Houston, Texas, and visit for a time with Mrs. Boyken's daughter and family, the David Riders. . Janice Larsen of Burt spent Monday and Tuesday nights,with her grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Larsen. • SERVICE MEN Worms, Germany — Army Pvt. German E. Harbour, son of Mrs. Aileen J. Elmore, 202 S. Ridgley, Aigona, recently arrived in Ger-\ many and is now assigned to Headquarters, 48lh Infantry in Worms. Harbour entered tne Army last July and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. ., The 19-year-old soldier is a 1961 graduate of Algona high school, iselore entering the Army, he was employed by tne Kent Motor Co. Marriage Banns Bancrou — Banns of marriage were published recently at St. ohn's church for Robert Schroyer and Jane Goche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goche. = *Buy now ot 14 of 3 Sj Retail Book Price = WALL PAPER! •M •—• M «••• i Our everyday prteei on =• = Wallpaper carried in stock = = ere less than established •= = Retail Book Prices but... = = during this special sale you = = can save MUCH MORE = 13.20 5.29 231.84 163.13 162..»8 171.04 150.94 15.00 150.00 2U.UU 150.3U 108.00 11.84 150.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 157.75 2.84 32.55 28.20 18.75 34.00 Zcnder's, Mds«. ------- * — Algona Fire Co., Services -.J Utt Repairs . -----------SANITATION Baas, Salary ---------------- Lecck, Salary — ......... Courtney, Salary — ....... NW Bell, Gronbach, Salary Lemkee, Salary ------- ..... la. State Bank, W'Hold ..... Cities Service, Diesel Oil ---Frederick Hdwe., Mdse. ---Dr. Kenefiek, Services ...... NW Bell, Telephone .-..--.PARKING METER Groen, Salary ------- ..... Sands, Salary ------------Riley, Salary ------- - -----la State Bank, W'Hold ..... Trust & Agency, Pension ---Allen Equip., Signs --------Gronn, Uniform Allow. ----- Magee-H.ile, Repairs 27.00 340.00 18.00 93.37 93.37 93.37 10.95 139.30 190.6* 30.00 15.62 6.17 5.00 11.85 211.36 113.99 58.47 58.20 2.39 5.70 150.00 41.20 ', for SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever became the parents of a nine pound, nine ounce baby girl, Saturday, Feb. 3 at the Holy Family hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen are maternal grandparents. COUNCII. MINUTES The City Council met Jan. 31, 1962 at the city hail with ' Mayor Shierk and he following Council members: Muckey, Whlttemore, Elbert, Andreasen, Finn and ili'i-ites of the last meeting were ap- Droved. , Library & comfort station report 1961 were read and approved. Rural tire report was read and ap- r°lmtr'ucted City Attorney to draw u an amendment to the Fire Zone Ord. t include me newly rezoned area in tire !°Trarafer of $577.0. from sanita[ er"to"storm sewer 'and $1564 from sanitary- sewer to garbage disposal was ap- ^Hlanng for the new street shed was opened by the Mayor. Being no written or oral objections ttte hearing was -closed. Bids for the new street sned were opened and the following being low bidders were accepled. General Contractors — Andersen Constr. Co. of Emmetsburg, $/)7 660 Mechamcaf'Contractors — Laing's Plumbing & Heating of . Algon /' 7 783 64 LlcctriCd! Contractors — Algona DIRECT FROM PIPELINE .... supper Tieman home. . Mrs, Jesse Harms is keeping the two small children of Mr. and Mrs. James Harms of Fort Dodge while their mother has undergone surgery in the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms went to Mason City Saturday where they visited Mrs. Henry Van Hove in Mercy hospital. Mrs. Van Hove fell and broke her leg in three places two weeks ago Friday. She planned to come home Wednesday. Henry Van Hove and Karen accompanied the Harms on their visit to Mrs. Van Hove. The Portland Progress club will meet Feb. 15 in the home of Mrs. Ray McWhorter, with Mrs. Glen Zwiefel, assistant hostess. Mrs Lawrence Govern, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs. Robert will be in charge of the entertainment. "It would be better if we stood on the level with our friends, in stead of getting even with our en emies." ECONOMICAL AH sldewall paper* carried £ In stock Included. No) lust == odds ond ends or short S lots, but fine Studio and E decorator pattern* In- = eluded along with popular = , priced papers. 'CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMIN HOFFMAN HOUSE GOBLET BULK WAGON DELIVERY TO ANY POINT IN CITY OR COUNTRY PHONE *ffi- PHONE OY 4-3749 CY 4-3749 Council Meets Fenton - The Fenton Tow Council met Monday evening, Feb and discussed the town's insurance program. The new office for Mayor W. W. Jolley is ready for occupancy except for installation of light fixtures and furniture. A 9 by 10 foot space in the northeast corner of the city garage has been paneled with ebonite and a ceiling of tile. A gas wall panel supplies the heat. In Dance Revue Fenton — Judy Jolley and three Minnesota girls danced on the program "Melody in Motion" ovei channel 12 TV in Mankato, Wed nesday afternoon. Miss Jolley, a Sentral high school junior, has taken dancing lessons from her mother Mrs. W. W. Jolley for a number of years. She is now a stu dent of the Fairmont branch of the Pringle School of Dance. "CITATION Junior High school student at Red Oak, Chip Ingmand, recently won a citation in the Metropolitan Miami fishing tournament for bis catch of a 65 pound 7-foot, 10-inch sailfish he landed while on a Florida trip with his parents. ilartin Wilbers. Mr. and Mrs. nd family of unday guests at the Martin Wil- jergs. Seneca Thursday Club members lonored their husbands at a party ield Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Streucker. Injoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronk, Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, and Mrs. Henrietta Thompson. Carrie Jensen is back home again after her check-up visit to the University hospital at Iowa City. She will continue the use of crutches for some time. Mrs. Jerry Jacobs and baby of Armstrong spent several days last week at the home of her parents, the Olaf Oftedahls. Richard Bauer spent last Tuesday at Moline, 111., on a business trip. „ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver ORGANIC SOIL BUILDER FOR Corn • Grain - Field Crops WILL NOT BURN - ODORLESS No Fillers - No Chemicals Where Can You Get More Than Super-Gro For Your Money? CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES Higher protein content. Supplies major and minor nature's minerals. Increased benefits each year. Long lasting. More mellow soil. Larger root structure. Hoots stay alive longer. Better legume stands. Does not corrode equipment. Harmless to humans and livestock. TRY ond COMPARE MARVIN REDING Livermore, Iowa PAY NOW — OWN SOONER PREPAY WITHOUT PENALTY YOUR HOME LOAN with us gives you the privilege of making advance payments - saving you interest costs and bringing you closer to debt-free ownership. When you arc money ahead, pay ahead oh your mortgage; enjoy your home more ! This is realistic financing that makes it easier for you to achieve home ownership. Ask about this popular feature when you're ready to buy or build a home. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY CLEANING CLUE Day-long cupboard-scrubbing leaves me stiff and swooning/ Lady-next-door does it differently. She cleans just one section a day until the job is done. After all, says she, what difference can one more week make? Clear glass stem and base. Ruby lustre top. Use as giant beverage tumbler or as ornament or planter. SAITER'S Davis Paint STORE "Make Friendly Algona Your Shopping Headquarters" vitamins v minerals V antibiotics HORN EL •*•*• tarter SMARTY PARTY Looking for fund-raising ideas for a club-group? Invite your program committee to an informal idea-session. Send invitations that say, "Coffee and cake at our home. Bring one moneymaking party idea." You start the ball rolling. In less than two hours, the club has at least two years of "event plans on paper! FREEZER PLEASER What, no ice crusher? Don't fret. Just mimic Mrs. Leslie Tuttle of Iowa. The T u t t 1 e a freeze ice in clean half-gallon paper milk cartons. Then they pummel the carton with a hammer. Presto! All tha crushed ice you'll need. ' FABRIC'S FRIEND Every "washable" stays its softest self, in a gas clothes dryer! Wash 'n Wears stay wrinkle free, woolens keep their bouncy best. Corduroys, shags and towels flutf like powder puffs. What a welcome change from the stiff laundered fabrics of other winters! Washables last so much longer, and gas FRESH IDEA Well, I never! Mrs. R. L. Hartman of Lincoln, Ncbr., says loaf cake won't dry out on the "sliced side," if you "toothpick" a slice of white bread to its edge. LUNCH MUNCHERS This cookie recipe winged in from an anonymous Wisconsinite.' (If this were my recipe, I'd shout about it!) Cream together >/> cup soft butter, '/> cup peanut butter, '/> cup brown sugar (packed), '/2 cup granulated white sugar and 1 egg. Mix in '/i cup ground raisins. Sift together 1 cup flour, y. t tsp. soda, Yz tsp. salt and l 1 /^ tap. baking powder. Sift into mixture gradually, blending well. Pinch off small pieces of dough. Roll in palm, into 2" finger-shapes. Place on ungreased cookie sheet. With tines of fork, press lengthwise. Bake 12-15 minutes (till golden) in 350- degree gas oven. Makes 4 dozen "fingers." HORMEL LIVESTOCK STATION Hwy. |f CY 4-3531 GLOWING BIGGER I'm sentimental as anybody about "the good old days ... but Today's even better! Back in the Gaslight Era, some 230,000 gaslights illu- last BO mucn *angw, «»u e «- minated our streets. It was drying'sVo economical, your less than three years ago appliance practically that gaslights made their B^F .__f_ <„_ ,v,, n1f ra odern return. Already, twice as many twinkle before U. S. homes, motels, restaurants and shopping centers! Make natural gas the light of your life. Your local gas company receives it from Northern Natural Gas Company... to lighten your living problems! ^,O j-/*t*vv**-**»"j pays for itself. Ask your local 'gas company or gas appli- ;' ance dealer, i, © Northern Natural Ga$ Company, Omaha, Nebraska

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