The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 27, 1962
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Womatis Clob Met thanks go 16 -MrS J. B. Asa, who pleasantly sift^MSed women at< .' tending me, meeting of the Algona federated ;Wo«ifins 'club Feb. 19 by serving coffee arid cake at the close of the evening. Sonla Rosa, foreign exchange student from CoiOMbia, Soucn America, was guest speakei*. Inez Wolfe, assist" ed by ivfrs- Perry Collins, Mrs William !• Inn and Mrs Kred Erick- sdn gave tne Ceremony of the new 50' sear flag. Election of officers (Was held with" all' M& oV6r 'for • the following year except secre- , tury Neva Steven who was replaced Ada Malueg. , Icott Buchanan ''; in keeping with. the. times, ^rs Russell budtianan la using a "space \ifge" theme for the birthday party ' she is giving /Thursday for hest sort , Scott, whose eighth birthday is "being observed.- Kocket invitations vtere issued ahd 'the children will have a "flight to .the moon." ' Quests will be Toni Biirt, DaVe and Al Leaneagh, Mike Moulton, Dave ~, Phillips, Jim Pergande, Randy Smith and Mark Will. |7 '.farewell Party • , ,The Julius Cink family were honored- a,t ', a farewell party, Sat- ,urda* evening at their home. They | are moving to a farm southeast of Bancroft'. Those present were the „ James McEnroes, Oswald. Thilges, ,, Mrs Frank Eisenbarth, John Slevin tand Clarence Seimer families. * Lunch wfis' served and the Clnks were presented with a farewell gift. " Surprise Party Mrs Roger Hendrickson gave a ^surprise party last Monday eve- 'ning in celebration if the fifteenth birthday of her sister, Suzarme Elbert. Guests were Cindy Bradley, • Mary Lou , Brown, Diane ' Baldus, iConnie Cassel, Virginia Gisch, Betty Lichter and Janice Robinson. Games we're played and lunch was served. « ' '•.. -' : Coffee HbSteSS Mrs Russell Pickett entertained at a neighborhood coffee last Tuesday morning. Haifa School Unit Hopes To Join Armstrong ,„ The, Armstrong, school . district "may-Be expanded in the" Mai'lfr turc, if residents of the area so Jamie Christie, 8 Mrs Keith .Christie is .giving a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of the eighth birthday of her daughter, Jamie. Guests will be Cindy Burris, Mary Devine, Becky Egel, Barbara Harris, Deborah Hansen, Frances Hanson, Susan Johnson, Kris and Kathy Kern 'end Emily Ott. ;rv • ' Randy Smith, 8 Mrs Lowell Smith gave a theatre party Saturday afternoon In celebration of her son Randy's, eighth birthday, which was Monday. 1 Guests were Tom Burt, Scott Buchanan, Terry and Galen Gant, Matt and Pete Frankl, Dave Phillips, Hex Post, Mike Moulton and the honoree's sisler, Shelley. Farewell Dinner Mr and Mrs Corwin Peer attended a farewell dinner Sunday at Mrs Laura Peer's at Renwick fir Mr and Mrs R. E. McGowan, who are closing their grocery store and moving to Fort Dodge. They will be employed at Friendship Haven. Miss Cooper Hostess Linda Cooper, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Cooper, had as recent supper guests Kathy Hatch, Kitty Hardgrove, Sharon Menke and Gayle Bartholomew. That evening they attended the basketball game. W.S.C.S. Meets Women of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday, March 1 for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs Dale Cole and Mrs Dallas Klein are chairmen. Church Meeting Women of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday afternoon, March G. Devotions will be given by Mrs William Geering. Hostesses are Mrs Dean Barnes and Mrs Ed Bowman, ;sue. « * * The rtalfa Consolidated Schdol district area is petitioning the Eriirfiet C6unty Board of Eduoa tion to hold hearings and an eleft Oon td reorganize a; portion of the district with the Armstrong district. : :, Hearings are to be held March 6 at. the, Armstrong school at "a joint meeting of the Emmet and Kossuth county boards. Part of the Armstrong district is in Kossuth county." Involved in the expansion pl|m are 12 sections 6f the 17 sections' now in the Haifa district. There are now 16 students of the Haifa district attending Armstrong high, school on a tuition basis. Thro are now AJh'e 8th grade* pupils in the Half a'school, and there will be three gradt&tittg, 'from .high school, one ffonvRingsted^and two from Halfa lv this spring. /> , 2 Girl Scout Groups Attend Planning Session A planning board meeting was held Saturday, '< Feb. 24th at the Girl Scout 'office in Alasori City. Senior 'Girl Scouts from" Algona that attended were .Barbara Lau, Janice • James,"i Linda Parsons, Sharon Gardner. ; -• '•'.,.. Mrs.-Al Agena, Girl'Scout Cookie Chairman for Algona, also attended a luncheon for Cookie Chairmen at Mason City, Feb. 24th. Algona Girl Scouts will take orders for cookies the week of March 17-24th. The cookies will be de^ livered the week of April 23-30th. Saturday, .Feb. 17th the following Intermediate Scouts and leaders went to Mason .City, to attend a council wide:meeting: Margaret Schutter, Barbara Wicks, Cynthia Long Carol Teeter, Ruth Cassel, Irene Strickler, Paula Lindquist, Sara Huber, Lana Cook, Kathy Buchanan, Debbie Huber, Liane Eischen and Kathy Taylor. Leaders attending were Mrs Clarence Hunt, Mrs K. G., Buchanan, Mrs Howard Long, and Mrs Clifford Teeter. Carneys Hosts Mr and Mrs William Carney entertained at an informal card party Friday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ted Fisher and Mrs Marian Hennesey. Birthday Club Mrs Ed Blumer entertained her birthday club Thursday afternoon. The anniversary of Mrs Frank Sterling was observed. Mrs. Hiltz Hostess Mrs Lenore Hiltz had Mrs Walter Kjamp and Mrs. Rose Sigsbee as guests Saturday in observance of the birthday of Mrs Kiamp. Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor lodge will meet Monday, March 5, at the Izaak Walton League hall at 7:45 for important business. Hosts Car4 Club . Mrs Tim p'B.wn entertained Jjer card club last Tuesday evening. Cub UiiMUPl CubScout troop 70 bji a banquet last Tuesday at the Annex, Elgin Allen Js troop " Paula Apka Of Ledyard To Wed Ledyui-d — Mr and Mrs Raymond Herzog announce the engagement of Mrs. Herzog's daughter, Paula Apka, to Larry Spear, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Spear of Lakota. Paula is a senior at the Ledyard Community School and her fiance is farming with his father. A July wedding is planned. Round-Up Slated March 8 has been set as kindergarten round-up date for the Ledyard Community School. Dental cards and medical forms have been mailed to parents; birth certificates should also be brought to the round-up which will be held at 7:30 p.m. A special time is to be arranged for the children to visit the kindergarten class later this spring. American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday afternoon, March 6, at 1:45 with Mrs John Richardson as hostess. Dianne Waterliouse and Ann Carpenter will go to Minneapolis March 17 where they will take part in the Minnesota Piano Teachers State Contest. The girls recently played in the contest at Redwood Fate, Minn, and won the right to appear in Minneapolis , by being rated in the upper 25% in their age groups. Dianne is the daughter of che Aubrey Waterhouses and Ann is the daughter of the Elvin Carpenters. Victor Seely Isl.S.U.Orad Victor Seely graduated from Iowa State University, Ames, Saturday, Feb. 24, with a degree as Bachelor of Animal Science. Awarding of commissions in the U.S. Army also took place. He re ceived a commission as 2nd Lieu tenant. On April 18 he will report at San Antonio, Texas, in the medical corps. He is a son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely of Algona, and a graduate of Algona high school in 1957. It's pretty hard to cpnvjnce the kids that the shortage of teachers is a calamity. Kossuth county's snow cover continued to grow during the past week — and according to forecasters, it's going to grow even more, possibly today (Tuesday) and Wednesday, the news of more snow was not met by much enthusiasm here. .Arid to 'hiake Conditions worse than before, the thermometer dropped to 14 degrees below zero during the wee hours' today. A low of 10 below is predicted for Wed- nsday ^morning. « , . The , late-season snow storms, Whlett*begmr,wlthythff 13-inch iftfe- Zflrd dUrtrfg the.Fefe. '17 Weekend, hive resulted hvall kinds of postponements, school closings, etc., since" that time, Most schools in the area were closed tvto days, Monday and Wednesday, last ,wee"k, and several in this 'Vicinity .began classes late .today. Busies have been having a lot of trouble navigating roads that are' ctoseH amidst daily by additional snow ** or wind, t Numerous'-' accidents, reported eWS^Has.-ni, today's UDM, have b'eeVcatii&i,. directly or Indirectly by the stfo'w.. Here" are the week's readings: • .;•• "' ,' H •• L s Feb."21 " 22 -3 Feb. 22 13 -3 Feb. 23' I...'..23 12 Feb. 24 ...,, 30 "2 Feb. 2S .'...14 - 8 '2" Feb,'26, ,...", ;.. 4 2 FeB. 27 -,,,,.,>>.". — -14 , Besides the < two -inches registered Sunday, the local weather star tion at KLGA registered traces? of snow several- times , during the week — and there is still a chance for a lot of whiter weather ahead. One problem which will follow the snow when it begins to thaw is the threat of flooded low lands In this^arearit is probable that when the. snow begins to melt, it will go in a hurry. TITONKA Mrs. Mary Schroeder Mrs Myrth Huff and children have moved to. the house owned by .Raymond, Baqde in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Sheldon Bengston and family moved into the house vacated by the Huffs. Mr Bengston has recently been discharged from the armed forces after having served for two years. Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove, Jr. are parents of a baby girl born Monday, Feb. 19, at Britt. She weighed 7 Ibs., 10 oz. and has been named Ruth Ann Marie. The Van Hoyes have one other child, Steven. Circles of Good Hope Lutheran church were postponed from Feb. 21 to Feb. 28 due to inclement weather. Mrs. Douglas Mechler entertained the afternoon of Feb. 22 for her son, Dean's fifth birthday. Those present were Mrs Kenneth Krantz and sons Gary and Brent, Mrs William Amesbury and sons David and Danny, and Mrs George Schuster and children.Marie and Laurie, Games were played, after which birthday cake and coffee were served by the hostess. Titonka Speech Winners Enter District Meet Titonka — The Home Speech Contest was held Feb. 13. These winners went to Clarion Feb. 23 to enter the District Contest: Oratorical — Myrna Rike, Kathleen Eden, James Rode; dramatic — Myrna Rippentrop, Ruth Wubben; humorous — Janet Cunningham, Linda Kildal, Forrest Rode; interpretive reading,. poetry -T- Sherry Boyken, Sarah Brandt, Wayne Senne; interpretive reading, prose A6nei An AdiMJ! was in tr)6 • uumcou; :>' , 4 Mrs. Edward Brandt- rdctor of speech San Diego, Calif. — Lt. (jg) Harold R. Weiske, above, USNR, son of Mrs Helen M. Weiske of.Burt, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Bon Homme Richard during his two week active duty tour with the Naval Reserve. The Bon Homme Richard, which operates out of San Diego, Calif., is conducting underway training exercises and pilot qualification operations off the southern California coast. Hawaiian Islands — James- J. Potthoff, aviation boatswain's mate airman, USN, son of Mrs. Albert Lickteig of Wesleyi is- ; serving aboard the' attack aircraft carrier USS Hancock, which arrived, Feb. 7, in the Hawaiian Islands enroute to join the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific,^ The carrier participated in "Operation Readiness" drills off the .coast of Oahu. Home- ported at Alameda, Calif., the Hancock is scheduled to visit Japan, Hong Kong and the Philippine Islands during the seven-month cruise. '.'.,''• England AFB, La. — Ronald L. Bronson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bronson of Algona, has been promoted to airman first class in the United States Air Force. Airman Bronson is assigned to the 612th Tactical-Fighter Squadron here, as a personal fiighi equipment specialist. The 21-year-old airman entered the service-in December 1959. He is a graduate of Emmetsburg high school. Adolph Bruellman Rites Feb. 23 At West Bend Funeral services for Adolph Bruellman, 82, retired West Bend farmer, were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Apostolic church in West Bend. The Rev. Paul Banwart officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery. The Schellhammer funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Bruellman died Tuesday, Feb. 20, at University hospitals in Iowa City. He was born at Wein- faden, Switzerland. In 1923 he was married there to Emily Mueller. A year later they came to the United States, settling on a farm near West Bend. The family moved into West Bend where Mr. Bruellman was a tiling contractor for many years. Besides his wife he is survivor) by a daughter, Mrs. Robert Sigsbee of Algona, and four grandchildren. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, qll sizes, ?pj9M — Upper Des Molnes Pub, Co.. Algona. , ,..9»IPJ>IN9 TAGS _ Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. PRINTING ATTHf Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. I 111 E. Call SI. AIGONA Phone CY 4-3535 Struc Minor In r; A is-yea/ttld We$t.Befd fioVi, Derinis Kofickcf,; lUtcklly gf», capcd scflou* Injury 1ft rf Freak accident a mite South of West ' Bend on highway 44 Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Dennis and a friend, .ferry Schafer, 17, alsd ot West Bcrtd were walking on the left side of the highway heftded toward West Bend, when an auto driven by Larry Telford, 25, Ottosen, approached from the, south, v Telford slowed down and sounded the horn on his auto and just as he got to the boys, Dennis darted in front Of the vehicle and was struck by it. The boy was thrown up over the hood, despite the fact the auto was traveling at a slow rate of speed, and his head struck and broke the wind, shield of the Vehicle. . Dennis suffered minor bruises and abrasions, was treated by a West Bend doctor and released. Patrolman Charles Bird investigated the crash and estimated damage to the car's windshield at $100. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City HaU, City of Algona, la.. Feb. 15, 1902, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Present Were: Buchanan, Harmes, Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt., and Ira Kohl, Sec. The minutes of the meeting of Feb. 1, 1962 were read and approved. Motion by Harmes, seconded by Bay, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan, Harmes and Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. LIGHT FUND Iowa Elec. Light Sc Power Co., power ——: $ 2,295.00 C. M. St. P. & P. H.R. Co., KEYS MADE at " Coast-to-Coast. Algona wn- Hetttgea, WilbU* BfUHW, Ift foWfl State Banft, ^t ^-ii*iSi'- 1 &jj,-- i i£a'a*A"i,^*ii.iii» i Sec,.Fund* sofi, 36c. tax *_ , vow THft btfrtiiiM 3 ntent Sf.._-, Jiifce 18, 108. med A of Mi ,. >te>6t Houfl« M Algorfi fJiiWet t»urt oi clejR oi! Payroll, pflytoll .. Messenger Pr1ntIrtg~Co7, eerv. wmter PglSrsbn, itfcor , '-. Maurice Ki-ebsbath, IflBflf -i- John Wood, labor .^-u-.u..-.- Ibwn state Bank, Withholding Soc, See. Fundt EOO. seo. tax .. North Cert. Pub-. Ser. Cb., gas DEPOSIT FUND Mrs L lvyl t)eOamp,et al, '88.80, j ~ .ta^fc**.*-^ The opefstfnif »tatement"}5r"Ihe lOfll, was' presented, reviewed placed" oh fife With tM6 Seofetaf?. Next meeting date ,woS set lor Ma 1, 1062, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. . Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl . Secretary" /S/ Alien fiudhanan President of the. Board 15.0 OFFlCtAL NOTICE ' _ BEPOftH/THp IOWA BTATfi C6MMEHCB COMMfSSlON. ' TO TJ1E CITIZENS OF KOSSUTti COUNTY. IOWA! .. , , , . ' John Wlllcoxson. Bloomfleld, Jowa, transferor and WillfldxSon Transport, Inc., Bloomfleld Iowa, transferee, have filed a joint application for the Corn- mission's approval of the transfer 'of Certificate of Convenience and Necessity No. LC-35, which authorizes oper-' atlons as a liquid transport carrier between all «points In ths State of Iowa. The Commission has fixed Thursday, March 29, 1D62, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m- at its office in 0es Momes, Iowa, as time and place for public hearing in the above docketed application. IOWA STATE.COMMERCE COMMISSION Harold E. Hughes, Chairman Ray H.' Thompson, Commissioner. Bernard J. Martin, Commissioner ATTEST: Claude E. Davis, Secretary Dated at Des Molnes, ,Iowa, February 13, 1962. v • .,;..'••,;•-• •.-•'-,• .' ./ _; ; Docket No. DLC-194 . (8-9)' ST» d»y of tti« dottrti and at «« o'efSSK bt the day SBOVB nleHUoned itsd', ••H, ' • am NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF I6WA Kossuth No. 8037 ' February Term, 1962 TO ALL WHOM JT ItfAY CONCERN!! NOW HAMBURGERS BUNS MIRACLE WHIP ...ALL YOU NEED FOR BETTER BUNWICHES WITH ATRAZINE CORN HERBICIDE • One ippllcatlon at planting controls grasses ant broadleaf weeds right through to harvest • Saves labor. Reduces or eliminates need fot cultivations. • Safe to corn-Sale to humans and animals. ((0* Irritating to skin. . • Higher yields.. No weed competition (or soil moisture and nutrients. x Ofitouniu or eor 6EIGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL* • 91 ttff CAMNCJJ C As Advertised In Farm & Home Section ALGONA FLOUR AND FEED S. Phillips CY 4-2701 PRE-SEASON SPECIALS ON EATON GRAIN AND STORAGE BINS NOW IN STOCK 6 — 3300 Bu. Eaton Grain bins less bottoms, with walk-in doors. -__-.. EACH $732.00 Shipping Wt. 3,060 Ibs. 4 - 5700 Bu. Eaton Grain bins less bottoms, with walk-in doors. EACH $995.00 Shipping Wt. 5,220 Ibs. 1 - 5700 Bu. Eaton Drying bin com* plete - SPECIAL The bushel capacities are figured level to the cone, with no compaction figured. Check these capacities and weights against any other bin. Price F.O.B. on yard plus tax NOW WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS AT Robinson Construction Co. Hwy 18 East Algona, Iowa ifSTAtTlME NEED CASH? Borrow the money you nepd to pay your taxes consolidate your debts or for any other worth wlille obligations and pay them off with a loan from us. 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