The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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4-Algeno (la.) Upper Des Molne* Tuesday, February 2d, Businesj r Georae Washington seems to have been very closely connected with 8 cherry tree, and many Algona business firms are paying tribute to ! " S At°L Algona Hotel they .will serve a cherry tart with feach meal 511 three days, Thursday, Friday and Saturday . . Duncan Nurseries have a special on cherry trees . . . Johnson's Maid-Rite offers cherry desserts . . Saiter's Davis Paint Store has a genuine cherry tfee in 1 the store, decorated with cherry balloons containing prizes for fortunate flickers . . . Finn's Bakery has a host of cherry desserts ... free cherry tarts at Foster Furniture. ' Sharp's Jewelry is, opening its 16th anniversary sale, with a store- wide bargain jamboree found in detail in a full page ad today . . . Joe Iradley Equipment is also having a big Firestone tire event, with a free, live hog going to the person guessing the animal's weight the Closest . . . Bjustrom's Furniture has a price-chopping event . . . The Chrischilles Store plucked a bunch of cherries for a special George Washington treat. ^ » »' > Read's Furniture Is holding a special one-day event for Thursday, to be held in the former United Variety building as outlined elsewhere Wiltgen Jewelry offers a double-inventory sale; they are closing their store in Emmetsburg . . . there's a special George Washington bargain page in the third section with red hot offers . . . Algona Implement has a Bargain Bonanza and is introducing a new I.H. tractor this week. * * * It s curtain and drapery time at Graham's Dept. Store with just the thing for pre-spring planning . . . storewide specials at the S & L btore Bomgaars Ben Franklin made special buys for the three day Anniversary event . . . Tom's T-V worked up a bargain bonanza worth checking . . . Beecher Lane has a hot deal In two-door refrigerators , Hub Clothiers have hacked the price tags on numerous items . . . Harrison Variety came up with 11 specials that George or Martha would . _ _ * ,' .v i* r* ... »r_l_- _.._«*.n*J I l*n Tlr*l n tirnt*A Itl' Four Decisions Handed Out In District Court Two decisions were reached and one new case was filed in district court here during the week. A divorce was granted to Betty Tipple, plaintiff, from Howard Tipple, defendant and the plaintiff was granted custody of four minor children. The Tippies were married Sept. 21, 1945 at Jackson, Minn. The plaintiff in the matter Is to receive $10 per month alimony and $80 per month child support. In an account matter, the Weyerhaeuser Co., plaintiff, was allowed a judgement of $178.22 from Darlene Koppen, defendant. The petition stated the amount was due for lumber purchased by the defendant. The Farm Service Co., plaintiff, seeks $187.71 from Delbert Sankey, defendant, for settlement of an account in the new case filed. A week ago, Tuesday, Feb. 13, David Householder, 24, Algona, was sentenced to eight years in the state penitentiary and fined $300 after he entered a plea of guilty to a charge of manslaughter. The charge was filed last fall after another 24-year old Algona man Harrison variety came up wiin n speuiais mat \jcuigc u» ni^n.— ,,«™- aiiuuiei ii-jrcai u«* ... B v»™ .. — cherish and you too ... Hood's Super Valu crossed the Delaware in; was km e d in an accident a half- both the meat and grocery departments . . . Zender's is offering men's m n e wes t of Algona on McGregor ..... - ..... .--I--* !-•.— j ----- u~ — . o«i*-oni.t«i coats at five dollars meat department. Bill's Market introduces its new self-serve Carsons's for Color is observing a birthday of its own, the 3rd, along with George Washington . . . North Iowa Appliance has a washer- hryer deal for the three days . . . Shilts Shoe offers a special footwear deal . . . Phil Diamond offers enough to equip the Continental Army, 1962 style; and if we missed any of the highlights, we didn't mean to ! Rites Held For Mary McDonnell Of Whiffemore * • Whittemore — Funeral services for Mary Ann McDonnell, 84, were held Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Michael's Catholic church. Rev. Francis Conway officiated. Burial \vas at St. Michael's cemetery. The Hyink Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. ' Pallbearers were James McDon- Bell, Gary Elbert, Dennis Farrell, David Turner, John and Jlichael Dannewitz, v all grandsons of the deceased. Mary Ann King was born Dec. B, 1877 in Iowa county and attended schools at Parnell. Her parents were Martin and Catherine (Curran) King. After she grew to womanhood, she took up millinery at Marengo. Feb. 10, 1901 she was married to Thomas Farrell. They established their home on a farm five miles northeast of Whittemore in Lotts Creek township. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell were the parents of two children, Elsie Farrell Rechs and the late John M. Farrell. . On Feb. 7, 1907 she was married to Thomas McDonnell and they moved on their farm two miles north of here where she has lived for the past 55 years. Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell had five children: Zita (Mrs. Erwin Tur Lynn Struthers Of Wesley To Wed In Fall road. Householder was driver of the vehicle. Five other persons were injured in the one-car crash. Householder's sentence was suspended and he was released to the state board of parole. In another court matter the same day, Harlan G. Marlow, Lone Rock was fined $500 and costs after he entered a guilty plea to a charge of OMVI, second offense. He was arrested the day before near Burt and the charge filed. Chaplain and Mrs. A. M. Shoemaker, Ft. Lee, Md., have an- nouned the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, shown here, to Ensign Lynn C. Struthers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers of Wesley. An autumn wedding is planned. Miss Shoemaker is a graduate of Calvin Coolidge high school, Washington, D. C., attended Western Maryland College and is a senior m: Z,ta (Mrs. Krw.n Tur - ^ = ^ UniversitV: Ames, Harold, Bernard and .. T „ . strnthr-rs is a ner i, ; Gi.rnet of Whittemore, and Irene (Mrs. Mcrlyn Dannuwitz), Bel- niond. Two sisters, Bridget Dunn, Madison, Wise., and Mrs. James M.'Laughlin, Iowa City and one brother, Peter King, Madison, Wise., 21 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren also survive. She was preceded in death by both her husbands, one son, John M. Farrell, two sisters and four brother:;. She was a member o! St. Michael's parish. Dallas, Tex. Ensign Struthers is a graduate of Titonka high school, ;o\va State University and is assigned to the Mobile Construction Bn. at Davisville, R. I. (UDM Engraving) Minor Crash Autos driven by Uulh Anderson. £8, Algona, ai.d Klien Streit, 22, Wi'st Bend, collided at the intersection of Elm arid Minnesota streets here at ii:5r> a.m. Friday, resulting in an estimated $30!l damage to the vehicles. The Anderson auto was headed north, the other vehicle west at the time of the crash. It was icy at the time. Art Corey, Ex- Wesleyan, Dies Art Corey, 80, as a young man a resident of a farm near Wesley, and an uncle of Mrs. June Mawil- sley of Algona, died last week in Des Moines. He had served . Meet Tuesday Algona Hebekah lodge will meet 'Tuesday, Feb. 27 at the Izaak AVaiton hall at 7:30. as secretary of the Iowa State Fair from 1911 to 1940. Mr. Corey is survived by his widow, two sons, two daughters and a brother. He was born in Richland County, Wisconsin, and came to Iowa with his parents in 1883. They lived on a farm near Wesley. At the age of 17 he left there to seek his own spot in the world, and became one of Iowa's best known residents during his active years. Funeral services were held in Des Moinei. A.H.S. Freshmen Get Vocational Outline Panels Freshman Vocational Panels began today at Algona high school, with four vocations on the agenda at a panel this morning. Appearing before the first year high school students were Dr. M. B. Bourne on the subject of medicine, Lyle Alberts and Mrs. Helen Odgaard on teaching, Rev. Myron Brower on careers in religion, and Dr. D. J. Shey on veterinary medicine. Wednesday, Feb. 21, the panel topics will be presented by C. W. Conn on banking, Glen Graham on photography, Wes Bartlett on merchandising, Sheridan Cook on the building trades, and Dick Beisell on automotive mechanics. Thursday morning's panel will include Burton Harmes on industrial occupations, Olson on nursing, engineering, Mrs. .. on the beauty trade, Neil Colwell on laboratory technician work, and R. B. Waller on journalism. Charleen Goche Weds Feb. 10 At Bancroft Bancroft — At 9:30 Saturday, Feb. 10, Charleen Goche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goche, became the bride of Maurice Elsbecker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Elsbecker in a double ring ceremony preformed by Msgr. J. H. Schultes. The bride, given in marriage by icr father, wore a white silk .affeta dress. Her bouquet was red Important Rule Explained Here By Post Office ,1 new ruling by the Post Of- Ikii uqicirmieii* requires a pout omct! to st'tiii la it cnafige oi address when patrons have moved trom one location to another. Approximately six weeks will elapse before tjils is done. Then ttte address will bo-torn bff the magazine or pripef and sent to the publisher with the change of dadress. In order to avoid delay, anyone knowing they are going to move should ask for card form 3578 at the post office and send H in to tne publisher. This should be done as soon as the new. address is known or at least when the change has been tiled with the post Office. Algona Man's Mother Passes In California Mrs. Henry J. Sherman, 71, former Wesley and Algona resident died Feb. 14 at a hospital in Castro Valley, Calif. Funeral services were held Friday in Hayward, Calif., and Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Church, Wesley. The Rosary was said Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Boughton Funeral Home, Britt. Burial was at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Wesley. Martha Wilhelmina M a t e r n, daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Lorenz Matern, was born March 29, 1891, at Magnolia, 111. The family came to Wesley when she was a child. May 19, 1914, she was married to Henry J. Sherman. They farmed near Wesley until retiring to Algona and then Des Moines. Mr. Sherman died in 1952. She had lived in Hayward since his death. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Leo (Mary) Durkin, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Russell (Virginia) Monson, Santa Monica, Calif.; Mrs. DeLoris Egan, Hayward, Calif.; Mrs. Kenneth (Wanda) Dudek, Venezuela, South America; five sons, Thomas, Mason City; Donald,' Algona; Duanc, Woodland Hills, Calif.; Cornelius, Des Moines; Delmar, Dixon, 111.; 25 grandchildren, five brothers and six sisters. Mrs. Richard Ed Adams on Carol Ludwig roses. Mrs. Joe Kramer, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Mary Lou Elsbecker the bridegroom's sister, was bridesmaid. Phil Els becker served his brother as groomsman. Tony Schiltz was bes man. A total of 100 were served din ner at St. John's hall in the after noon and 400 attended the recep lion at the dance hall. After a honeymoon they wl make their home in Bancroft. FFA Chapter Here Observes National Week This week, Feb. 17-24, Future Farmers of America chapters throughout the United States are observing National FFA week. The FFA organization was first estab lished in 1928 at Kansas City, Mo The purpose of the FFA is to de velop leadership, interest, and con fidence in young farm boys, by learning to work with people, and to become better citizens. The officers of the Algona chap ter are: Gary Priebe, president. Jim Pingel, Vice-president; Lynn Kueck, secretary; Bob Gerber, reporter; Jerry Pingel, treasurer; Mike Kain, sentinel and George Sefrit, adviser. Other members in the chapter are: Elmer Alt, Russell Bode, Tery Brandow, Larry Braun, Gerald Camp, Russell Canaday, Steve Canaday, Darwin Engeibarts, Don Stherington, Kenyon Gabriclson, ames Gatton, Dennis Graham, Roy Hutchins, John Jennings, Doug Jergensori, Lynn Keith, Dennis Leigh, Roger Long, Joel McNeill, Dean Mittleider, Wayne Patterson. Bob Patton, Alan Priebe, Kenneth Richter, Carroll Sabin, Sandy Schenck, Don Schmitt, Jerry Schuler, John Scuffham, Rodney Scuf- fham, Jim Shipler, Reuben Skow, Paul Smith, Bill Specht, K. Specht, Richard Steven, Larry Stratton, Tim Vipond, Don Madsen, Daniel Skow, Mike McNeill. CROP Donation Total Topped Quota •A meeting- has been called of county officers and township, chairmen of the 1961 CROP appeal, foi tuesday, Feb. 27, 12:30 p.m. al the Johnson, House, Algona. Evan Routh, Lone Rock, will preside. The 1961 program will be reviewed and plans discussed for carrying out the 1962 program. Total cash and commodities received in the 1961 program amounted to $1762.77. This was about -450.00 more than the previous year. Rev. Dick Staple. Iowa State Crop Director will be In this Reeling. ... ; A county meeting of ministers and lay leaders from all denominations will be held at the First Presbyterian church, Algona, Tuesday, Feb. 27, .10:00 a.m. Clothes are desperateiy needed for many people in refugee camps and Disaster areas of our world. Good used clothing, shoes, blankets and ibedding are In constant need to 'meet the demands on the Church World Service Centers. i All churches may cooperate in this United Appeal and send their clothes through their own denominational channels if .they desire, or they may be brought to a central depot here in Algona and picked up by the Church World Service .Center truck from St. Louis, Missouri, some time the week of Apr. 2. Dick Staple of Des Moines, who is assisting in this work in addition to his work with CROP will be in this meeting. It is expected a local committee will come out of this meeting to handle this program in Kossuth County. Car and Truck Sales Hit 23 Sales of new cars and trucks otaled 23 in Kossuth county dur- ng the past week, according to registration records at the county reasurer's office. Here are owners of new vehicles: Chevrolet — National By-Products, Algona, truck; D. L. Smidt, Titonka; Fisher Chevrolet, Titonka; G. L. Langerman, Fenton; K. U. Carlson, Titonka. Ford — E. A. Van Weelden, Wesley, pickup; C. A. Haag, Ledyard; Howard Sparks, Burt; P. N. Roll- 'ing, Bancroft; W. E. Ley Motor Co., Lakota; P. W. Kockler, Lakota. Mercury — Taylor Mercury, Algona; Iowa Bancorporation, Algona; Harry or Janette Mussman, _ »„. *. , t - Demo Candidate/ U.S. Senatae, To Visit On Friday Dr. E. B. Smith of Ames, Democratic candidate for noffi« • itiation for U.S. Senator, will be the featured speaker at a luncheon to be given by the Kossuth County Democratic Women's Club, Friday, Feb. 2.1, at 1 p.m. at the Algona Country Club. Following the luncheon and remarks by Dr. Smith, bridge and 'SOO" will be played. Reservations must be In by Wednesday, Feb. 21, with Mrs. Mm Vlpond, Aigona. Guests will be welcome. Dr. Smith is a member of the faculty at Iowa State University, but will be taking a leave of absence as of March 1 to enter the campaign for the seat in the U.S. Senate now held-by B. B. Hickenloper. Lone Rock Man Is Tour Manager The 50-voice male choir of Concordia Senior College, Fort Wayne, Indiana, will present a series of sacred choral music concerts throughout the Southeast between Feb. 24 and March 5, 'on a ten-day, 2,500 mile tour. Tour manager for the choir this year is James Vehling, the son of Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Vehling, Lone Rock, Iowa. Mr. Vehling is a graduate of Concordia Junior College, St. Paul, Minnesota, and after his graduation from Concordia Senior College, Fort Wayne, will matriculate at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. He plans to enter the ministry of the Lutheran Church. > Discovers Fire Lakota - Dr. P. C. Gellenfeld, loca'l veterinarian, was called to the John Hartshorn farm near hew ftfiday, Feb. 11. He failed to reach th,e farm before a.sick.cfllf died, but his arrival prbved to N vefy Important to ..the Hartshorns, the doctor discovered smoke ; in the bam, and further ttvestlgatldn dls- clbsecl fire smouiderttig -near a short in the wiring. The fire $M extinguished at once, pr, Geilefi< feld is also fife chief at Lakota. *"* MIMEOGRAPH P A P E R. ail fJlzes, ealoM — trptyw DM Moines Pub. Co., Algbniu ^ STAPLING MACHINES" and slftpiea. Popular mwtel*. Upper Des Moinos Pub. Co., AWorta. DANCE to WALLY PIKAL .t. BANCROFT FRIDAY, FEB. 23 IP IT'S NEWS WE WAN'i Pastor Presented With A Purse Seneca — The members of the Blakjer congregation were guests at a surprise birthday party Sunday afternoon honoring Rev. Stah- ey Hanson at the St. Paul Lutheran church parlors. Stanley Jensen, president of the Congregation, welcomed the guests and presented Dr. Donald Schmilt, who was master of ceremonies for the program. Mr. Jensen presented a purse of money to the honored guest as a birthday present from the assembled group. Lakota; A. J. Lentsch, Bancroft. Olds — R. G. or Bertha Willrett, Burt; R. I. Anderson, Ledyard; A. N. Erpelding, Algona. Chrysler — Emma Harvey, Swea City. Rambler — L. B. Lickteig, Wes ley. Dodge — D. J. Reding, Algona; Alfred Farland, Armstrong. Buick — P. P. Banwart, West REFINANCE WITH US NOW! LET US RELIEVE the strain on your over-burdened budget by adjusting payments- to a size financially comfortable for you. Just stop in and talk it over with our loan counselor. .He will give you the full details, without obligation ! HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY 5-Day Sentence An Algona man, John Rosensteil, was sentenced to five days in jail this week following a preliminary hearing on charges of driving while his driver's license was under suspension. It was one of three cases heard in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court. George Gade, Algona, was fined $25 and costs for intoxication and Darrel Wubben, Algona, was fined $10 and costs for speeding. Most youngsters think there are only three seasons in the year — baseball, football and basketball. Goes To Phoenix Whittemore — Rev. Philip Dailey, pastor of St. Michael's Catholic church, went to Ida Grove to spend the night with his brother. From there he went to Sioux City where he left Monday for Phoenix Ariz, for his health. He will be gone for an indefinite period time. FREE! DESSERTS ""<£» WITH EVERY MEAL SERVED DURING George Washington Days THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY JOHNSON'S MAID-RITE CAFE COMPLETE MEALS - LUNCHES - HOME COOKED FOOD 114 N. THORINGTON EAST OF COURTHOUSE • • •••••' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm •••• POSTPONED DAIRY DISPERSAL PUBLIC SALE As I am unable to get a suitable farm, I will sell all my Dairy Equipment & cows to the highest and best bidder on POSTPONED TO Thursday, February 22, - 9:30 A.M. From LuVerne 2 miles East and 4 miles North or 2 miles South and 4 miles West of Corwith, or 7 miles South and 2 miles East of Sexton. 25 Head of Holstein Cows & Heifers ALL cattfe are T.B. and Bangs tested with no reactors. Individual Health papers to be furnished day of Sale. SOME STRAW GARAGE —12 x 20, near new 1 - SP 11 SURGE Pump & 2 buckets. No properly to be removed from premises until settled for. TERMS! Cash or make arrangements with your banker before sale, MELVIN KUBLY Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Leek & Quinn, Auct. Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, Clerk USED FURNITURE SOILED FURNITURE MIS-USED FURNITURE DAMAGEDFURNITURE RUGS AND SAMPLES MIRRORS & LAMPS YOU NAME IT!! LOCATED first door west of the Rexall Drug Store ONE DAY ONLY 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, WE GUARANTEE A SELL OUT AT THESE PRICES! WOW! STRICUY CASH! NO P|UVf8|§S! YOU HAUL AWAY THiBARGAINS! IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME HUNDREDS OF MILES! SAVI AS YOU HAVE NEVER SAVED BEFORE! BRING YOUR TRUC.K OR TRAILER AND HAUl AWAY THE BARGAINS GEORGE WASHINGTON' S , FEB. 22 LOCATED first door west of the Rexall Drug Store

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