The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1962 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1962
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Buschers Win New Auto Charles McMafioift of Sestet* dismissed Friday from St,.Ann Hblpttal'wfiere'Hr hfid been" fdP a >k receiving treatment for A*J i«v*i,ftiir>si* WiffAttet* when '.: Two'of the happiest men In Algona last Wednesday,)March 7, were Gib and Dick Buscher, owners iind operators of Buscher Bros. Imp. here. Iteason for their feeling of joy is the object shown at the lef in the above photo - a brand new, bright red, 2-dopr. Coryair Monza - which they got absolutely FREE l '•'•'- Gib arid Dick, at the left, are shown getting the keys to. the new auto from Virgil Jacobsen, Algona, .block man for Minneapolis-Moline, while Walt Kimball, Des Moines district manager, beams his approval. ';< The Monza was one of ten given away to dealers by Minneapolis-Moline, and the only one presented to a dealer in Iowa. The Buschers have operated the 'firm 1 here' for the past six years. ., A September-October .sales contest, sponsored by M-M, in which the Buschers selected the winning name for a new pull-type picker-sheller. being produced'by the machinery company resulted^ thei free , auto. Dealers m 10 divisions in the United States and Canada'participated in the contest. (UDM Newsfoto — Engraving) . ' ,'. >' ' '•.•'' ' ' • _'__ : , . .Mrs. J. P. Smith was hostess to her Canasta club on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Kuhn are parents of a daughter born Mar. 9 at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Homer Lindhorst is again a medical patient at St. Ann hospital, having entered Friday. Harry Barton was dismissed Wednesday from St. Ann hospital where he had been a .medical patient for the past couple of weeks. . Rebekah lodge is meeting this evening at the lodge hall. Hostesses are Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mrs: Margaret • Roscoe Mawdsley entered St. Ann hospital Sunday for medical treatment. ' Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christie had as their guest recently trie letter's mother, Mrs. Gladys Swanson of 'Shenandoah. • ' > Mrs. Lloyd Gerber has been chosen as Mother of the Month for March by members of the Thurs- .day-Nite Youth Club. United Presbyterian / Women's circles will meet Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John McGuire has 'returned from a Rochester, Minn, hospital after a check-up. , , Delthia, daughter of Dr; and Mrs. C. C. Shierk, ,was honoree at a slumber party Friday night in observance of her sixteenth birthday. ' , Davis Paints PRICE SALE For those who want the best here's famous Rubberized Da-Tex now at a special low price. No priming or sizing necessary, No laps, no brush marks, no telltale traces if you touch up later. • pries In 23 mlnutei • no painty odor • guaranteed washable • clean tooli, hands with «oap and water .• wide choice latest 1962 Pecorator Colors f/NIST WAU PAINT YOU CAN BUY -made with Dow latex Gallon WALLPAPER SALE Mrs. Jamei WMttPiHore, Mrs. ajtoard 'Millet "ancU Mrs. Hardld Kucnenretither Will be Hostesses at the lenten breakfast of the Methodist Youth Wednesday morning. Cecil Will is lesion: leader. > ' ' --6- Mrs. Carl Morck, Jr* was > hostess to her bridge 1 club ThWfiday evlning, Mrs. Bob 1 'MeCUlfough and Mrs. Craig Smith tied for high score prize and Mrs. William Steefe received; travel prize. * ' 'Chalrladies for the annual St. Patrick smorgasbord at St. Cecelia's Academy Sunday are Louella Murphy, Matilda 'Ristau, Phyllis Wildin, Susanna Altman, Marilyn Moore and Deanna Gerber. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann were given a surprise house-warming party Monday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Zeller, Mr. and Mrs, Greg Origer Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mr and Mrs. Art Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thilges. Mr. and Mrs Herb Kayser and Bill and Nid Wagner. The evening was spent at cards with Mrs. Kuhlmann and Ralph Reding receiving high score prizes and Bill Wagner, low. The Kuhlmanns, who recently moved into their new farm home, were presented with a gift. Packed Snow On Streets Blamed For Accidents Siri Norton, sophomore at Mankato State College, came home Thursday for the weekend here with her parents, Mr, and- Mrs, Richard Norton. James Theodore"..'.and, .^JCpffrey Theren, infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McGuire, were baptized Sunday at St. Cecela's Catholic church. Mrs. Gordon Odor, former Al- gonan now of Dakota City, has been a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had surgery on her toe. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz went to Des Moines Thursday to meet the latter's brother, S/Sgt. Gordon Wegener of Anchorage, Alaska, who is visiting here for two weeks. —o— Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday evening of this week instead of Tuesday. Mrs. Myron Brower s hostess; co-hostesses are Mrs. Keith Christie and Mrs. Robert Pingel. Mrs. Ernest Egel will give the program and Mrs. Leon Martin, devotions. The Methodist Sub-District Youth banquet, which was to have been held Sunday evening in the local church, was postponed until Mar. 18 because of the weather. The Algona church will have charge of the dining room fellowship; the Good Hope church, the table decorations, and the Mallard young people, the worship service. Ogr everyday prices on Wallpaper carried in stock are less than estate liihed Retail Book Prices but,,, during this special solo y°M can save MUCH MORE. Buy now at,,, ft Qt Retail Book Prices All sidewoll papers carried in stock included, Not |ust odds and ends or ,hprt lots, but fine Studio and Pec» orator patterns Included, PRICE SALE! Wi PO CUSTQM PICTURf FRAMINO SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT A total of five mishaps, including four that were traced directly to our March 3 blizzard, resulted in an estimated $1,150 damage to vehicles .involved. There were no personal injuries reported. Three of the mishaps occurred Mar. 4. At 7:26 p.m. autos driven by Jimmy Shipler, Burt, and Fred Diekmann, Algona,' collided at the intersection of State and Thorington streets here. Damage to the vehicles totaled $350, according to estimates by local police who investigated. Autos driven by Lenora M. Kinsey and Timothy O'Brien, both of Algona, collided on North Minnesota street at 7:25 a.m. Sunday. The O'Brien auto was backing out of a driveway at the time and ( damage to the vehicles was estimated at $225 by police. At 4:30 p.m. the same day, autos driven by John McN.eill,. Algona, and Richard DeReguier, Spencer, collided 2% miles west of Algona on highway 18. The brakes on the McNeill auto locked as he attempted to turn and the car struck the other machine. Both cars were headed east and damage was less than $100. Cars driven by Ruth McVay and Myrna Mino, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of Call and Roan streets ,at 3:33 p.m. Saturday Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $175 by local police. A crash at Swea City March 1 at 1:15 p.m. involved cars driven by Andrew M. Peterson, Swea City, and Ferman M. Watson, Graettinger. The Peterson auto was headed north, turning east and the other vehicle was headed east at the time of the crash. Damage was estimated at $150 to each auto, according to Patrolman Dick Pedcr- sen who investigated. POINSETTAS Guy Johnson of Denison has brought a bit of California to his home in the form of poinsettas he raises as a hobby. One of the flaming red blooms measures about 30 inches across. Cream colored blooms lend an interesting contrast amid the brilliant red petals. • SERVICE MEN Washington, D. C. — £aul E, Geltzcnauer, musician seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loreni W. Geitzenauer of Lone Rock, la.j was graduated, Feb. 23, front the basic course at the Naval School 6f Music, Washington, D. C. The nine-month course covers work in harmony, ear training, sight singing, music survey, prl vale instrumental practice am daily instruction in concert and dance band performance. : Lackland AFB, Tex. — Airman Basic Gerald W. Kluger, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Kluger o! Swea City, Iowa, is being assigned to the United States Air Force technical training course for air craft maintenance specialists a' Sheppard AFB, Texas. Airman Kluger, who has com pleted his basic military training here, was selected for the adyanc ed course on the basis of his in tcrests and aptitudes. He is a 1960 graduate of Swea City Community high school. Fort Carson, Colo. — Army Pvt. Leroy M. Baer, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baer, Burt, Iowa, is receiving eight weeks of advanced individual infantry training at Fort Carson, Colo. The training' is scheduled to end March 16. Baer is receiving instruction in the handling and firing of light infantry weapons. He is being trained in squad tactics, communications, field fortifications, first aid, survival training, map reading and chemical, biological and radiological warfare. Baer entered the Army last October and completed basic train- ign at Fort Carson. He is a 1956 graduate of Burt high school. Tuesday, March 13, 1962 Afgana (la.) Upper Pe» Motoit~3 Lackland AFB, Tex. — Airman Basic Dennis A. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warner W. Johnson, Burt, is being assigned to the United States Air Force technical training course for munitions specialists at Lowry AFB, Colo. Airman Johnson, who has completed his'basic military training here, was selected for the advanced course on the basis of his in terests and aptitudes. The airman is a 1960 graduate of Burt high school. SALE CALENDAR | Algona tipper DCS Monies Thursday,; March 15 — Joe Bramley sale (postponed from Monday, March 5). Complete closing out, machinery, etc. as listed In detail on March 6. At farm located Mi east, 1 south, % west and V4 south of Cylinder. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. March 17, Saturday — Duane Pilcher, 7 west of Elmore to Pilot Grove store, then 1 west, 1 north, and 1 west. Guernsey cattle, machinery, etc. Sale details in UDM today. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Martin County National Bank clerk. t March 20, Tuesday — William Brass sale, at farm located 1 mile south and Vfe mile west of Fenton Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Benson auctioneers; First Trust & Sav ings, Fenton, clerk. Details todaj in the Upper Des Moines. March 22, Thursday — Ralph H. Walker Jr., % west and % south f Swea City, selling 65 registered attle. Sale starts noon, full de- ails and listing in today's Upper Des Moines. Qulnn & Clark, auc- ioneers; Claude Wylam, sale mgr. March 26, Monday — Charles North — Holstein Dairy Dispersal fe Equipment Sale. Located on arm IMs north, 2% east & 'A north f Cylinder. Lloyd Berkland, auct. Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Details ater. March 27, Tuesday — John Marte, complete closing out sale of machinery and livestock, located* from intersection of highways 18 and 44 near Whittemore, a mile north and % mile east. Dale Yun- geberg, auctioneer, Farmers State lank, Whittemore, clerk. Complete sale details later in UDM. March 31, Saturday — Carol Potter complete closing out sale, located from Hwys. 18 & 169 2 west, 4 south and 2Vfe west. Dale Yungeberg, auctioneer, Security State Bank, clerk. April 2, Monday — Robt. & Donald Powers sale, 7 east and 4 south of Fairmont, Minn. Machinery complete, milking equip, and miscellaneous. Wedel & Clark, auc-. tioneers; Fairmont National, clerk. This is a postponed .sale from March. . Krlstie Stow, daughter-of Mr. avid Mrs. W. E. Stow, Hnmboldt and a granddaughter of Mrs. Cora Stow, recently won honors in a timed writing typing test conducted by the Business Education Dept. of the State University. of Iowa. Mrs. Goodwin Bergerud went to Iowa City Wednesday to visit her husband, who is a patient at the University hospital. IF IT'S NEWS — W£ WAMt It Missionary From Korea TO Speak At Good Hope Mrs. Roy Young, who has recently done mission work in Korea, will speak at Good Hope Methodist church Mar. 20, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Young is a graduate of Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. She is now visiting churches in the Spencer district under the direction of the Woman's Society. She is brought to Good Hope under the sponsorship of the Local Commission on Missions and the Woman's Society. Churches in the area who do not have the opportunity to have her are invited to attend, this meeting. Refreshments will be served following her address. Mrs. Young will also be one of the main speakers at the North Iowa Conference meeting of the Woman's Society meeting in Mason City, early in May. BREAK Young Jon Hall ot North English recently suffered his fourth broken arm when he fell some 12 feet from a corn crib to the cement driveway below. There are four Hall children who have suffered a total of eight broken arms. BURT NEWS Thirteen members of the Past Matrons Club met at the home of Ethel Dremmel Thursday. Assisting hostesses were Ruby Hinckley and Nelle Dremmel. The group has purchased 24 place settings of stainless steel flatware for the chapter kitchen. In charge of entertainment was Lefie McMullen. Mr. and Mrs. Pat . McGuire, Mary, Mrs. Jim Marlow and sons, Lone Rock and Diane Markla went to Minneapolis Saturday where they attended the Shrine Circus. Dan (Mike Wallenda), McGuire's son, appears with the circus act. Birthday circle met at the home of Irma Doege Thursday. Nettie Lavrenz had charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Jury Neejand were hosts in their home Monday to Mrs. Edith Foster, Webster City, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Foster, Georgia. Richard, who is in the armed forces is enjoying a short furlough before being sent to Europe for a tour of duty. His wife will remain in Webster City while he is overseas. The Fosters are former Burt residents, while Mrs. Foster was home economics teacher. Buick U Sabre gives y«u the world's best STOP Finned aluminum front brakes are the reason, ' Aluminum dissipates braking heat la seconds to give you safe, sure stops time after time. And brake linings last longer. These superior brakes ere standard only on Buick USabre in its prica 'stags. Among other LeSabre plusses are: th$ getaway surge of Advanced Thrust, roaring Wildcat V-8, trigger-quick Turbine Drive-all at no extra cost in the year's best power value, See LeSabre. 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