The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 20, 1962
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2-Alfl6HB (la.) Upper Do* Maine* Tuesday, March JO, 1962 Two Tbp 4>H li * Two Of the outstanding displays set up during the recent 4-H Day in Algona are shown here. • , •*» The photo above shows Gretchen Deim, left, and Kathy BeStenlehner ofTthe U-Go-I-Go club of Algona, standing in their display at Beecher Lffne Appliance. The "Color Forecast" display was rated one of the four best during the day's judging. Below, owner Joe Bradley of Joe Bradley Equipment, left, is shown with Kenneth Bormann, center, and leader Bernard Thilges of the St JOB Trojans. The Trojans' display was called "Add Life to Your Lawh- nwwer" and attracted planty of favorable comment 4-H Day. (Extension Photos — UDM Engravings) 12 Herds Rate Tops, January D,H,U. Tests Kossuth D.H.I.A, Goop north unit had 768 cows on test in 39 herds and 410 cows Were tested on bwmer-sample in 24 herds, ac- cordiiig ,lb Fxtfrest Hdfifauer, supervisor. <, Herds averaging Ovei 1 1.6 Ibs. of buttetfat per cdW per day were those of Harry Bartelt, Dale Sen- roeder, Herman & Gerald Soderburg, George Wallentlne, Ralph Walker, Jr., Hilbert Bijerstedt, Fred it ftussel fcichter, Alvih Boettcher and Virgil Bosma. -Donald Hdffi^r, Mdr'HB HMi-rtis, Milton Mfiaisbtt, Lp-eper Lbes- clieri, fcafty. Vlgelai. E'd f Igges, John Ruger, G. H. Wilhelrtii, fraUk & John DroeMer, Sidney Payne, Harvey Wotk Farm, Lean- tfer Menke, and Waiter CattipHey & Soh. Hllbert Bierstedt, Whlttehiore, had a cow, Robin, milk 1136 .days without freshening, 43,340 Ibs. milk and 1698 Ibs. fat. Seven Persons Fined By Mayor Mayor C. C. Shierk levied, fines following preliminary hearings of Seven state cases in his court here this week. Dale Hannover, Whittemore, was fined $10 ahd Eugene Hanig, Wesley, $10 speeding; Tony Besch, West Bertd, paid $5, failing to have control; Edwin Lloyd, Bancroft, $25, intoxication; Chester Orotts, West Bend, $5, stop sign; Charles tngalls, Bancroft, $10, improper jassjng; and Larry Perkins^ Lau- •ens, $10, improper passing, arid, !8, speeding. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. AHS Instructor Walter Siemens Walter Siemens,, general,science and physics iristructdr • at Algdrtk high school, has accepted ft National Science Foiindatiori gra'ht for the 1962-63 Academic Year institute at the University of A'frglnia, Announcement of the grant .was made this week. Before leaving for Virginia at the end of the present school year, Mr. and Mrs. Siemens and daughters will spend part of the time at South Bend, Ind., where Mr. Siemens will receive a _ master of science degree from Notre Dame Jniversity. Mr. Siemens has taught here fbr he past three years. His plans bllowing the year at Virginia are ndefinite. ,-and 50 other top Cyanamid jimen from all parts 6f the ;ed Stat< and membel performer! alhdflg pany's 1,400-man field force. He is a graduate of South Da Rota state college, and litres will His uife and their fwtl fchildfen fi! 309 North Main StrM, AT"* ' Style Show At Titonkd Success tl'fiwnka• •« The FalMort.Vuil. 6f '62, a style show sgonsore'd By Titonka Federated Club, was held Mar. 5, and attended by nearly 200 people. Chairmen were Mrs. Donald Budlong and Mrs. Venvm Wenger. . ; " Members and local 'women modeled dresses which th6y had made: ;Womeft modeled frdm Chrlschilles spring styles Store, men's ] Bound Over, Second Offense OMVf Charges Five new cases, including three charges of'OMVI, were filed in district court here this week. Charged with second offense OMVI were Leon R. Bilycu, Robert E. Bruhn and Virgil E. Burks. Bilyeu waived preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court am] was bound over, with bond set at $750 and furnished. He was arrested here Mar. 10. Bruhn was arrested at Fcnton anil waived preliminary hearing in Shierk's court Monday. He was hound over and his $750 bond also furnished. Burks was arrested Mar. 10 on highway KM north of Burt by Patrolman Dick Pedersen and County Attorney Gordon Winkel filed an information against him. Ted Hoover, Sr., plaintiff, seekc a Itotal of $392 from Robert M Schohy, defendant, in a matter thai pertains to a promissory note anr merchandise. The promissory note is for $327 and the merchandise ?Gf,. Edward N. Reeling, plaintiff, seeks $2lil.7G from Leonard Pesicka, defendant, in an account matter: Welfare System ; Is Towrisend CluVs Topic Algona Townsend Club met Tuesday evening, March, 13, at the. A. M. Anderson home, with Mrs. Chester Willey presiding. Topic for discussion was "What's wrong with the American Old Age Insurance System". Mrs. Anderson discussed the topic "Welfare Chiselers". Miss Bilsborough read an article on the .activities of the Algona club. The group decided to have the next meeting on Tuesday evening, April 10, at the W. R. Carney home. Following the business session all enjoyed games with Mrs. Carney winning the prize. Other prizes went to Mrs. Carney and Mrs. Holdren, 3 Cars Damaged In Crash Here A three-car mishap resulted in $475 estimated damage to the vehicles involved here at 5:10 p.m. Monday. Local police investigated and no charges were filed. The mishap occurred at the intersection of Call and Jones streets. An auto driven by Patricia Schneider, Algona, was headed east on Call and stopped at a stop sign. An auto driven by Leona Iloiderscheidt, Algona, approached from the east on Call and (lie brakes failed. The auto went into the intersection and was struck by a c:ar driven by James Will, Ai- gona, and the Heiderscheidt auto tliejj slammed into the Schneider car. D.H.I.A. Meeting Tlie annual meeting of the Kossuth D.H.I.A. that was scheduled for Sentral school on March 12, hasr been rescheduled to March 20', according to Dean L. Barnes, county extension director. The meeting has also been changed to the Burt Legion hall beginning at 8-00 p.m. Don Voelker, Iowa State University Extension Dairyman, Ames, will give a talk on production testing of milk cows. 13 Iowa Papers, One U-D-M, Get Student Study Thirteen Iowa newspapers, one of them The Algona Upper Des Moines, have undergone extensive study and evaluation during the past six months by seven students at the State University of Iowa School of Journalism. The study was designed to checl the overall operations of a news paper and to study all phases of its management and methods. The students made their own evaluations of the newspapers (which so far have not been forwardec to the papers concerned). Students were given the opportunity to choose the newspaper they wanted to study. The Upper Des Moines was selected by Bill Williams of Spencer. Other papers selected were at West Branch, Grinnell, Keota, Washington, Gladbrook, West Liberty, Tipton, Anamosa, Sheffield, Vinton, Belle Plaine, and Williamsburg. One southern Minnesota paper was also selected. School Meeting Held Monday Superintendents, board members and custodians from schools in 12 counties met at the high school Annex here Monday evening to discuss regional and area problems. About 150 superintendents and board members attended and 50 custodians met in separate session. • D^vid Bechtel, chairman; of a state 1 committee making 1 studies through -the state, was in charge of the meeting.' ' Frank Rueb Of Algona Honored By Cyanamid Co. 'Frank'.A. Rueb of Algona, has been named to receive American Cyanamid Company's Golden Oval Award for his outstanding sales record in 1961, it was announced today by Allan B. Clow, Cyanamid vice' president for marketing. Mr. R'ueb, a salesman for the company's Agricultural Division, is responsible for sales of agricultural chemicals and animal health products in 23 counties of northwestern Iowa. A native of .Watertowri, South Dakota, lie •joined Cyanarhid's sales force in 3951. ..-,' •" , ' Mr. Rueb was honored at a ban- qUet in New York, March, 16, when 11UII1 \jlll IStUlIlCO OIU1C, 1 clothing modeled was frlDm dlr's Clothihg and children's frOni Graham's Dept. Store, Algona. Homemakers Met Buffalo TbwHshlp Hbmeirnaket'S met at the home of Mrs. Melvin Ricks Friday. Mj&."George ter atid Mrs. Neal Boyketf Wefe assistant hostesses. After the business meeting^ music and recreation was given by Mrs. Harlejr Lehman. Refresh hients, consisting .of dessert,^ was served at the close of the 1 afternoon. WSCS of Titonka Methodist church was, postponed froni Mar. 14 to Mar. 21. Women's circles of Good Hope Lutheran church were set up to Mar. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brandt are parents of their first child,, a boy, ^born Mar. 9, at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. Maternal grandparent is Mrs. Elmer Nicholson, and paternal are Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brandt. The Leonard Monson family has moved from the Stecker farm north of town to Britt. Bridge club met Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krantz. High prize .went to the Wm. Amesburys and low to the Art Chrissingers. Merlyn Bartlett has returned to U.S. from Germany, having been discharged from army duty. His wife and son came home a feW months earlier. They are residing at Kiester, Minn. School was closed Monday through Thursday last week and classes were held; on Friday and Girr Scouts completed a W|jBk.j6Mjp|erMce a of,the golderi anWversary.of Offi Scoutfng here telnHV. In HuhlDfer. of years, Algona & new In Girl-Scouts. „ Girl Scduts were organized here less ffiln is years ago — in the " *" " at that time, :rtte«tiedlate we're estab- pfbgrihl has expanded to the point that there are how 26 troops. 346 girls and 164 leaders now In Girl scouts here. ,'Trool of the members, made favors for here complete rriany ser- add , b^) oM^abilitieS he 1 girls have hospitals, rest homes, etc., pinned-feathers on voters during elections, provided School supplies for Indian children, etc., besides conducting thelf ait hull sites olliutOid coSkiis ^ and the latter is coming up soon. This spring, for the first time here, a religious award is being offered by the Ideal Ministerial Association. It is open to girls ol fill faiths and'ftiost Girl Scouts are eligible to work for the award. •;• Local Girl Scouts will observe a Golden Blossom Festival the latter part of April and at that time the. local troops will present rose bushes to the city, which are to be planted iri the City Rose Garden It seems like the Girl Scouts are always in the: middle of a project. Tyke Legion Post Presents Gift To School The School for Retarded Children here .received a gift 6f si* folding chairs from the William H. Kennedy American Legion post at iitonka MSt. 8; Coriihiarfde'r Alfred Boelkes, Vice. Commander Laverie' Follman and Howard Andrews, service officer and chaplain, visited the schbol and made the presentation. The Titdnka post held an oyster : recently to raise money for Firemen Called Aiibna flftftb were called at Jlfefcftm. SffilayMWiefl wires c6a« IfecfW tojfflf fete tteise build- ftg^whicfi Waf destroyed by fife fii BteHtMfJ fefgaft to burn; Ac- c'tedlng to fire Cnief Ira Kohl, an object had apparently beert dropped oft the wires, causing theta to feE. flere was vli-jr lifflfe daift- age. '''•>". Fractures Leg Lakota - Wm. Mayland, 16 year old son,, of> fienry Maylatld, JK filiplieb 1 ..front a trudr- fittr ffiifafoi Minfl. list Monday, afternoon In' Such a manner as mfra*- turl his Ibwer left leg. Me 1 was taklri to the Buffalo Center hospital for treatment a«a tw ief was encased In a cast Tuesday., Ndme Couhcilman 'Swefl City — Wm. Boland has' been appointed as councilman to replace Martin Dahl who has been appointed mayor following «'the death ,bf fiarl ttanslohi file: cbuncil also votea^tb give &ty etnliloyies, Jack Stouder and Harold Conway a $50 bonus the month of March for additional street work. ' .' Saturday. the .piirchase of the chairs. The school's teacher, Mrs. Dudley, and the children voiced their appreciation to the post through the officers who visited Mar. 8. ;Work like sixty in the '60s 'and you won't have to work like sixty ' after you're 60. Wedding Licences Two wedding licenses we're'1st sued by Cduhty Clerk Alma' Pear* Son here this week/They went to Thues L. Abbas and Diane K. Krominga Mar. 14 and Stanley G, Ellman and Janet L.> Richardson Mar. 15. • > Ex-Algonan Dies In California Word has been, received of 4 the death of Mrs -Howard Rbdekphri y ^ flee Helen Morrow,, 49, Walnut Creek, Calif, of a heart attack, j, She was a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Merrill ',M.' .Mprrow, prominent Union township farmers, arid iS survived by.her,husband, a, daughter in college, a Son in high' school, a son six years' old and .a brother, Charles, managing jedit6r* of the Galesburg, 111. newspaper. A sister Gertrude was £'.nurse' arid killed in a bombing in Italy during World War II; :" After the'death of Mrs' MorroW in about' 1930, the family' moved to Des Moines and Mr'Morrow' 1 later located at Audubon. He died about five years ago. . \ ; • RETIRES| • •' III '' * *,": Robert ;Mbr;rissey f 6f Al|ia re'-" cently retirdd. after worldSg' for the Chicago^ Burlington' and iQuirf-, cy Railrioad fbrj 49. y^ars., ] ); |., >4 BbrtCarfvdT This Burt .— . — Jot — beeft resdneduled, for Maf fit 1 * A. ^ . , THi 4™^^ ^ I 1 ' * 3 2 p.m, wil A riftvig,- Bbnte&§ flfld J * * ' I A b-ake^ sale wijl fciso'Ve hteld all during the tontest. Luncheon will be iirNf. " , ' Clfmalt 6f thS eve-Mt will be the crowhiiiltf-tht king and.qtleenV Eabii high school ind, junior high class has candidates for the Boh- brs. Wiilard.Steffan Was appointed by the city council to serve as councilman in the second ward at a meeting here last Wednesday night. Me will be swbtti in al the next meeting Mar. 28 and replaces Jim Whlttembre, who'resigned recently. NOW CORt4 HKRBIOIDK • >0ni ipplIcaHon at planting contrtis »nsses tat •-', broadleafwediX right UirtugMb h«rwt f SivM.libw. Reduces or. ellmlnjlei Med to ! cillllvations. 4 ' , - • Site Wcor»-S9fffto'Mman'iii'd«iilnul».(ro» r ; Irritating to skin. ( : .,''•:.•• • Hi^er yields. Nq wetd ' competition for wl mjiisture and nutrients. t , . V*® ,o«o«Mni»» or a m micnemt • :«EIGY ASRICOLTURAL CHEMICAL* i 1 DtMtMt fi 9iiff CAWMW; CPV«M«* i ; As 'Advertised: In < > ''• Farm & Home Section ALGONA FLOUR AND FEED f . CY 4-2701 Cresco Chums The March meeting of the Cresco Chums was held at the Mary Zaugy home with Linda Meehi- assisting. Virginia Gisch gave an account on 4-H day and led discussion. Talks were given by Mary Zaugg and Carol Teeter. Susan Smith and Debbie Sabin gave a team demonstration anil Shflia Friders gave an individual demonstration. Donna Mae Thilges led the special activity. Guests were Mrs. Gorber, Mrs. Friders, Mrs. Neuroth, Mrs. Zaugg, Mrs. Meehlhause, Mary Anne Blankeu- sh'ip, and Mary Anne Neuro'th. OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Fireproof Chests Office Files FRANCHISED DEALER • Invincible Metal Furniture • Art Metal Furniture • Smith-Corona Merchant • Remington Portables • Victor Adders • R. C. Allen Adders • MARKING PENCILS • •*(*. • PENCIL SHARPENERS • CLASP ENVELOPES • COIN ENVELOPES • PAPERCLIPS • PAPER FASTENERS • THUMB TACKS • RUBBER STAMPS • STAMP PADS • DATERS • SHIPPING TAGS • TAG WIRES • STAPLERS & STAPLES • TYPEWRITER RIBBONS • ADDER RIBBONS • APDER PAPER • FILE FOLDERS • FILE GUIDES t PAPER PUNCHES t SCOTCH TAPE • TAPE DISPENSERS • RUBBER BANDS • CLIPBOARDS • ACCO FASTENERS • SCRATCH PADS • PHONE RESTS • STAMP PAD INK • RUBBER CEMENT • POSTAL SCALES • SHEET HOLDERS t LEGAL PADS i LETTER TRAYS • ONIONSKIN PAPER . • SECOND SHEETS f COPY PAPER • MIMEO PAPER • DUPLICATOR PAPER f STORAGE FILES Metal Office Desks, Steno and Office Chairs. Typewriters BOND TYPING PAPER REAM OF 500 98c UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. 111 E. CALL ACROSS FROM THE NfW MUNICIPAL I.OT IN €Y 4-3535

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