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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1962
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^i^SfWtf of , *" "IF \*« UKI ILCr fir i. atJK via fe™ vSu of Algona, has been selected Columbia, ,M6. She will aid Jtudents'ln orientation. new i»j. FOR MODERN LIVING \ • i Can't work oil .your 'appliances at once? DonTput yp ( with out-of-date wiring any longer. Call up today, let Us give your home a free housepower ' / ' ' " "'.'.-."•'• ' check-up. You and your appliances will be glad you did. Algona Municipal Utilities "LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY" G)Mdter proudly announces the appointment of NORTH IOWA DISTRIBUTING CO. 209 So. Main St. Phone CY 4-4835 « as distributor of MILLER HIGH LIFE to the people of ALGONA AND KOSSUTH COUNTY In bottles in cans B.L Millers, Burf, Honored; Years Burt -.Mr. and Mrs. B.'E. Mi ler were honored at an open nous at St. John's Lutheran church, ob serving their 40th wedding anm , versary. The occasion was planned by the children. A program was announced by Neal Rudwick of Jewell. It indud ed vocal selections by David and Sharon Miller. The Miller's history Esther Rudwick became the bride of Burrons Miller Mar. 28, 1922 at West Bend. Rev. C-tto 1 man performed the ceremony. They are the parents of 'two sorts, Ronald and David, both of Algona, and three daughters; Shir- tfif Riemers . Humboldt, Phyllis Miller, Algona, and Sharon at home. '"'',• Shower Honoree • A post-n u p t i a 1 miscellaneoui shower was held at the Burt Pres byterian church Friday evening honoring Mrs. Larry Olson o Blue Earth. Registering the guests was Jane !eilenfeld. The short program given included vocal duet numbers by Mrs. William Marlow and Lori, a humorous skit by Mary McGuire and Fudy Marlow and a vocal solo bv Mrs. Willam Marlow. Assisting the honoree in opening and displaying her, many gifts were Judy Olson, Palma Joy Holding, and Jane Geilenfeld. Palma Holding poured. Mrs. Olson, the former Nancy jeilenfeld, daughter of the Kenneth Geilenfelds, Algona, bacame he bride of Larry Olson Feb. 24 Hostesses were Ethel Dremmel, lose McGuire, Marge Lavrenz, -eona Lovstad, Frances Smith, rtarion Westling, June Presthus Toots Hoppus, Judy Marlow, ieorgia Holding, Doris Keith, Ruth 'etersen, Lucille Seegebarth, Lois Bristow, Mary Gebken, Hilma larlson, Mary Rasmussen,' Hazel teven, Arlene Marlpw, Esther filler and Edith Tieman. Woman's Club Mrs. Frank Ryerson was hostess t her home Monday evening to members of the Burt Woman's club. Assisting hostess was Ruth Hodgson. .;-.;.. A book was reviewed by:«Maiy. Smith., An'article was given by 1 Beth Miller and several interesting items on bomb shelters was given by Ruth Patterson. The next meeting will be hel at-8 p.m. Apr. 16 at the Presby terian church. Algbrtl Triplets Doing firtl After Rough Start Mr. attd T .Rfcs* .oVrald . Algona farmers/ are; yery busy these days caring for their* triplets: The infants, Kathleen, Mollie and Patrick, must be bottle fed ever> four hours, but they are doirti well. The smallest of them weigh ed 45 pounds when she jvas born The .infants .are • triplet calves born Mar. 17, St. Patrick's day and Dr, D. JrShey, who.Is,super- vising their care, says triplets are very rare, especially in beef eat- le, Harold Bosworth, 'a neighbor, s unofficial godfather. The Rochleaus were 'at St. Cloud, rtinn. .when the calves were-born prematurely, Bosworth was doing hores for them. When they re* urned home, ,they found both pink ind blue ribbons draped .on the >arn door with a note reading; The Bosworth Maternity Hospital wishes to announce triplet, Here-, ord calves,' Kath'leen, Mollie and ^Patrick to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rochleau, Mar. 17 at approximately 5 a.m." The Rochleaus give a great deal of credit to Mr. Bosworth for saving the calves. He took the littles one home with him and bottle fed •it in (he house. The next day he went back and got the other two. The mother of the calves died the fifth day after the babies wore born, despite every effort to save her. The calves are in the Roch- leau's basement where it is expected they will remain until they are at least a month old. The Rochleaus bought special bottles with extra long nipples for the calves. They are buying homogenized milk for them and they •ijvarm it before feeding time. The falves are "just darling" accord- ng to Mrs. Rochleau, and at pres- mt are identical in weight and lave identical markings. Mrs. Emma Manus had the mis brtune of falling in her home hurdsay, severely spraining her ght wrist. She is spending severa days with her daughter, Mrs; E< Blumer, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Larjy Manus and Lori were Sunday, guests at the home of her parents, the William Ludwigs, Algona'. Mrs. Eleanor Melvillei Coral•ville, spent se'veral days with her mother, Mrs. Helen Vogel. Larry Hinckley and Harold Batt, Huron, So. ,Dak., spent ttie weekend at the parental Al Hinckley and Bill Batt homes., Mr. 'and,Mrs. Ray Ihnen.,and family, Sutherland, visited. Suftday at the Merwyn Cunninghatti home'. Jay Hoppus, freshman at Luther College, Decorah, spent the week,end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoppus. Goodwin Bergerud and Mennett Trunkhill spent Monday with Mrs. Bergerud, a patient at University hospital, Iowa City. Rev. H. A. Smidt is spending this week at Storm Lake, where he is attending a Seminar; Auxiliary Met Members of the American' Le jion Auxiliary voted, at their meet ng Tuesday evening to send $5 each to the Leonard Wood Memor al Fund and the Cancer Fund. Luella McWhorter gave an in cresting report of her visit and our of the Woodward State Hospital. Mary Nelson will be hostess to he April Auxiliary sewing meet- ng at her home Apr. 11. To Iowa City Coaches David Brown and Ron Charlson took 9 boys from the Burt track squad to Iowa City Saturday where they competed in various track events. The boys were Jerry Kissner, David Harms, Brian Zwiefel, Jerry Gifford, Bill Hamilton, Allen Geilenfeld, Larry Johnson, Dennis Meister and Gerald Hilton. Wed 53 Years Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Campney observed thejr 53rd wedding anniversary Sunday. A family dinner was held at 1:30. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis and family, Mr. ant Mrs. John Buscher and family Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enerson, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs Richard Campney and Helen am Ruth Harms. The Campneys have been resi dents of the Burt and Algona area for 27 years. They retired and moved to Burt in 1948. Mrs. R. L. Jensen, Bobbie, Gregg and Mark, Minneapolis, spent last week visiting at the parental K. J. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross were Sunday guests at the Herbert Haas home, Algona. Mrs. Cora Stow spent the past weekend at the home of her children, W. E. Stow and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson in Humboldt. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Johnson home Sunday. A large crowd attended the senior class play Thursday evening. The junior class mothers met at the school Monday to make plans for the Junior-Senior Banquet to be held May 4. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Johnston, moved this weekend, into the former Harold Riemers home, which hey recently purchased.' The Sigsbee home vacated, by the Johnstons wllj be occupied by the Presto family. Gary Nelsen Of Ringsted Namec To Boys State .''Ringsted—-' The American^Le Jioh has selected Gary Nelsen, 18 Armstrong, as delegate to Boy State at Camp Dodge in June 3ary is the son of Mr. and Mrs Norman Nelsen of Armstrong Jerry Jacobsen of Ringsted was selected as alternate. He'is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jacobsen. Jerry is a member of the debate team. Both boys are jun iors at Ringsted high school. Honor Roll The Ringsted high school honor roll for the third quarter was announced by Supt. Gay A. Orr. Seniors with A's include Duwayne Hansen, Carolyn Jensen, Wallace Larson and' Donnette Mead; sophomores, Janet Anderson, Norma Christiansen, Diane Dallam, and Clay-Warren; freshmen, Susan Glasnapp and Karen Lundeen. 'B" honor roll students are, seniors, Rebecca Hansen, Linda "Brown, Evelyn Ehlers, Mary Anderson, Fred Christiansen, Virginia Hansen, Janet Lund, Louise Sorensen and Dorothy Nelsen; juniors, Karron Anderson, Jeff Christiansen, Karen Ehlers, Pamela Giffin; sophomores, Connie Hoppus, James Miller, Mary Lu Petersen, Myrna • Thompson, and Judy. Hansen; freshmen, Candy Christiansen, Linda Cronk, Karen Jensen, Connie Kimmet, Patricia Pedersen and Barbara Thompson. The junior high honor roll students: Bonnie Nelsen, Jean Ellerston, Linda Knapp, Ruby Peterson. Renee Hinkley, Dianne Gruber, ,Rpnald Petersen, Duane Schipull, Cindy Geesman, Mike Dallam, Monty Miller, Rhonda Miller, James Petersen, Becky Reed, Corinne .-Smith, Charles. Jensen, Sharon Larson, Gayle Loewehberg, Mary Twait, David Dominy, Monty Fisher, Stephen Fry, Dan Hoppus, Mary Jensen, Robert Johnson, Marsha Langerman, Dennis McMillin, Patricia Torkelsort and Joleen Wiseman. •;. Joan Irmiter, Minneapolis, vis- ted several days at the parental Henry Irmiter home at Armstrong and with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Irmiter at Ringsted. Andrea Andreasen visited several days with relatives in Des Moines. • , Mesdames Chalmer Bonnicksen, Roger Petersen, Arne Ro'vii, Gaylord Christiansen and W. D. Petersen spent several days in St. Paul at:the Minnesota bowling tourna- m,ent v; , , •:••,-••••. •..• :,. Larry Sorensen is spending^ five-day leave from the U.S. Navy at, the parental Arnold Sorensen home. He will report back to Key West, Fla. Saturday. Norman Jensen, Ringsted farmer, was re-elected treasurer of the Emmet County Swine Producers association Tuesday at the annual meeting held at Armstrong. Richard Solberg of Armstrong was reelected president. Mrs. Owen Oviatt, the former Kathryn Rovn, was honored Thursday evening at the Ralph Rovn lome. Hostesses were Mrs. L. E. ilclntire, Mrs. Archie Whitlow, Mrs. Ruben Larsen, Mrs. Lorene \nderson, Mrs. Lyle Askeland and Ylrs. Melvin Cronk. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kearns elebrated their 7th wedding en- iversary on Sunday at Vern and ?oyla's at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Minie Hoien and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Christensen of here also were uests. ARE YOU FIGHTING? MUDDY DRIVEWAYS, YARDS OR LANES? NEED... FILL? GRAVEL ? LIMEROCK ? BLACK DIRT? CRUSHED GRAVEL? We Will Deliver Loader At Pit Monday Through Saturday • LANDSCAPING t SiWER DIGGING t BASEMENT DIGGING « ROCK DIGGING 9 EXCAVATING (All Kinds) CALL REDING'S GRAVEL & EXCAVATING - CY 4-3661 Night CY 4-4401 ALGONA FREE ESTIMATES (13-14-15) St. Joe Trojans Met At Bode The regular meeting of the St. Joe Trojans was held at Kropf's Cafe, Bode, on Mar. 28,1962, Hosts were Nickie, Candie and Susie Erpelding. The meeting was called to order by the president, Kenneth Bormann with the pledge to the flag. Bob Johnson gave a talk on 4-H camp and said that there could only be a certain number from each county as they were having girl and boys at the same time. The number is limited to 1400 for the state. He also gave us assistance on our motor course study. Cresco Chums t The April meeting of the Cresco Chums was held at the Marilyn Deal home. Virginia Gisch gave an account on 4-H day. Shirley Thilges and Marcia Sabin gave a team demonstration. Illustrated talks were given 1 by Verdean Shaw, Virginia Gisch, and Marilyn Deal. Carol Teeter led picture study. Guests were Mrs. Sabin, Mrs. Roethler, Mrs. Zaugg, Mrs. Thilges, Mrs. Neuroth; Mrs. Teeter and Mrs. Deal. CURLY wants to sell > LIGHT BULBS Regular lamps or special lamps ... you can find the largest and most complete stock of lamps In N.W. Iowa. Don't be satisfied with anything less than genuine G.E. Lamps. They cost no more. PRATT ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Corner of State & Jones Phone CY 4-4326 , April 10, Algona (lo.) Upper DM Mdfne«-3 -PUBLIC- AUCTION! In order to close the Jacob Koppen estate, the follow Ing described personal property will be sold on the Koppen Farm located 1 mile east and 1% miles south of Lakota on Thursday, April 12 STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. BUILDINGS • 2-room Bunk-house, 10x20-ft., 2-inch floor. • 12'x16' Hog House, double floor, shingle roof. • 8'xl6' Grain Building, 10-ft. at eves, shingle roof. • 1 complete crib, 4 cribs high, wooden roof, 3 inch floor. (All buildings and lumber in perfect condition.) LUMBER and miscellaneous material 130 rough 'Ix12xl6-ft. 70 rough Ixl2xl4-ft. 12 3x12-12-16 ft. 8 3x6-18 ft. Lots; of odd lumber 20 Creosote poles 16 ft. O 26 2x6 12-ft. • 50 2x6 10ft. • 3 wooden gates Some 2x12 8 to 14 ft. • 25 railroad ties • 10-20 ft. Poles 10 Creosote Poles, 10-ln. corner posts 1 big pole 55 ft. long. 15 Creosote 5-inch poles 7-ft. long. 23. 50-ft. slat cribbing like new, used for only 1 crop. 10- 12-ft, wood ventilators for round cribs. 25 Cement building blocks. 500 gallon gas barrel with hose, 130 gallon gas barrel. 10 ft. homemade steel road drag. 4-8 inch eye beams, 12 ft. long. 100 ft. '/i-inch Cable. Some woven wire and some barb wire. 2 OLD THRESHING MACHINES Lots of old iron. Good threshing machine trucks under bunk house. TERMS: CASH. No property to be removed until settled for. Not Responsible for accidents should any occur. , CLERK, Red Madsen, Burt. AUCTIONEER: Charley Quinn, Bancroft. FRANK KOPPEN MANAGER '»»»»****»***»»*»*»+»»»»»»»»»»»»»*»»»»»»»»»»»»»»++* I 8 NOW...FDN3SUVMKS at your Chevrolet Dealers One-Sto^ Shopping Center The buys are warming up with the weather at your Chevrolet dealer's. And what beautiful ways he's got for getting away! Eleven new-size Chevy II models. Fourteen regal Jet-smooth Chevrolcts. Plus a nimble crew of sporty Corvairs. So come on in and pick the one for your kind of fun. NEW CHEVY II NOVA WAGON Liveliness and loads of fun at a low, low price! Who ever thought a wagon could have such a compact price—and still be so generous with load space. This one's got a longer load floor than any compact—over 9 ft. with second seat and tailgate down. And there are two other just-as-roomy Chevy II wagons to choose from—including America's lowest priced 3-seat station wagon.* * Sued oa munu/uctiutfs' auggiatud icUil price*. NEW IMPALA CONVERTIBLE-You're in plenty good company if you pick this breezy beauty. It's America's favorite top-down way to travel. With the kind of room, richness and riding comfort that rival the costly cars. NEW BEL AIR 4 -DOOR SEDAN—Get a load of this one's styling and spacious comfort, and you've a good idea why Chevrolet is America's most popular buy. Most popular at trade-in time, too. NEW CHEVY n 300 4-DOOR SEDAN —Luxury and liveliness never came together so beautifully at such a low price. Room for a full-grown tribe of six. Plus Mono-Plate rear springs and other new ideas that won Car Life magazine's Engineering Excellence Award. NEW CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE —It's as easy to handle as it is to own. Rally-proved steering and road-clinging traction. And—included in its budget- pleasing price—are front bucket seats, deep-twist carpeting and a whole raft of sporty features at no extra cost.. 108 5. HALL Chevy U and Conair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's CO ALGON A, IOWA CY 4-3554

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