The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1962
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Born In Sod House, Last Seneca Pioneer Succumbs . Swea City - Sadie Fish Junkins, last survivor of a pioneer Seneca township family, died March 3i at a Volga, S. D. nursing home. Blind and in poor health for the 'past few years, she would have been 9'1 ott April 26. She was one of twin girls born In the sod hoiise of her parents, Charles 0, and Lucy M. Fish, who came to Seneca township In 1868. Educated in the township schools, she later completed a course at the old Algona Normal School and taught in Emmet and Kossuth counties from 1888 until her marriage to Edgar K. Junkins in 1894. The couple lived at Ledyard where jie was ofte 6f the .town's first business tnefl, then moved tfl Ohio, but spent most of their lives in Bryant, S. fi. and Kinmundy, 111., where Mr. Jfunkirts died in 1944. Mrs. Junkins returned to Bryant to mate her home with their son until falling health forced her to enter a rest home. The died in Home Economics Fair Slafe'd At Lakota Lakota — fiis thai Paul Bow of ngfif & special -toom in his houses his 1 cbltectldft 6f 15,060 Indian aMifacts. Rowe found his -first arhwhead* when hit iaa Smith was"this"rjfl"Ilf eview> ™ ere wil1 a«ohbe,sa per's Swea Citj? cor^ondent £| _WJW__«_.*fc &* •*. HONEY-BUN SALAD ' Turn a canned pear-half face down on v each' salad plate; toothpick a full-size marshmallow to the pear's plumpest part. Add tyro "ears" at the top/.from green: pepper strips. Give the pear extra "shape" with,a sift of paprika. Ring those Easter . bunnies with shredded lettuce, and pass'the dressing'! HAM DANDY As Easter nears, note this. Canned ham bakes to perfection, bathed in maple- flavored syrup! Cross-hatch and clove the ham, if you Jike. Pour on syrup at the start —about one-third cup per.pound. Twice during the baking, baste' with more syrup. An easy Easter treat I ; AT LOOSE ENDS No more sobbin' over,9 bobbin that runs out unexpectedly, while you sew! Mrs, Edith R. Howe of Storm Lake, Iowa, draws several inches of thread through a red wax crayon, before winding the bobbin. As wind-up nears, red thread tells her it's time to change. CAPTURED SUNSHINE April showers bring May flowers, but they don't bring washday tears—.not since most Moms have discovered gas clothes dryers! GRANDMA-SAVERS Free adv!«« from Mrs. Arthur Frieden of Iowa — just in time for -, -Easter dinner 1 Grandkiddies can't help spilling, but you can save your tablecloth. Give youngsters a pastel place mat, n!»V m ^ op 9l the cloth. an extra Easter treat! . Small mounds of jelly-beans, at each top corner, make it even more festive. KIDNEY BEAN RARJEBIT Mrs* Catherine Deeds of Minneapolis, Minn., reports this Lenten treat ratesi with hungry lunchers. Saute cup chopped onions and w cup chopped green pepper m 2 Tbsp. butter. Mix in °* e .#2 can kidney beans (drained), 2 Tbsp. catsup. 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce, % tsp. salt and *A tsp. pepper. Dice % lb. American cheese. Alternate layers of beans and cheese in buttered one-quart casserole. Bake 20 minutes in a 350- degree gas oven. Serve to three, with tossed salad beside it. til her death in 1957. Mrs. Junkins is survived by one granddaughter, Mrs. Alvln Iverson, and two great- grandsons, all of Wateriown, S. D., and a number of nieces and nephews. She was a member -of Order of Eastern Star. Following services at Bryant, S. D., the body was taken to Kinmundy, 111,, for burial. Stanley Ellman Of Lakofa Is Wed Recently girts- home economics" .o..ions for men. t There will be a bake? sale three years eld, so it can "ti& said that he has bMft /collecting Indian artifacts for 63 years. Actually, the collector started at his hobby seriously when,- hi was about io years of age. • Lakota — Janet Lee Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. 1 C. Richardson of Ledyard, and Stan- At BB Tourney The school bus, driven 'by "Jak Peterson, look " " •"" ' Mullen and the following boys' 'to Iowa City where they attended ihe semi-final and final games- offtne State Tournament: Clare Baft'ett Paul Geilenfeldt, Kent Gefz'ema Albert Becker, Charold' Barrett David Sleper, Jim Ros'e, Robert Sunde. Dick Cushman, Kurt Rusher, John Kollasch, : MiltOn Paulsen Marvin Ripperttrop, Robert Peter— "—- 1 Boehm and Wayne son, Darrel Cordes. Gas keeps this Spring's flower-splashed fabrics brighter... cldes them gently, quickly. You'll swear they smell like sunshine! faunmest note: a gas clothes dryer costs less to install, less to operate. Saves clothes, which also saves money. Save a day soon; see your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. Northern Naturol Ga, Company, Omaha, Nebraska COOL CUE In this pause between Winter and Summer, don't for- IJrL*^ 8 sizzle, ahead! Give sbme coo'l-headed thoughts to gas whole-house air conditioning—just as clean, convenient and efficient as your whole-house gas heating system. Your gas heating-air conditioning contractor isn't rushed in April. Perhaps he'll even have an off-season deal" for you! Remember, even a Summer storm can't stop gas air- conditioning. Gas comes to you 365 days a year, from your local gas company. . through, the pipelines of Northern Natural Gas Company. 1 i-iit "~MJM»W, aim oiail- ley Ellman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ellman of Lakota, were united in marriage Mar. 16 at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota. Rev. LaVerne Meinecke performed the double ring candlelight ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth Aukes was organist and soloist was Janis 'Goetz. Maid of honor was Carol Runks- meier, Janice Thompson'was bridesmaid. Vickie Richardson was flower girl. Kieth Wagner was ring bearer. Kenneth Ellman was' best man. Duane Peterson was groomsman and ushers were Derald Goetz and Wallace Christ. A reception was held in the parish hall for 200 guests. Mrs. Albert Goetz was dining room hostess and Mrs;- Joe Olthoff was in charge of the guest book. Edyven Richardson cut and served the wedding cake, which she baked. Taking care of the gifts were' Sharon Klooster, Caroline Bush and Carol Dontji. Waitresses were Janet Smith, Sandra Johnson, Donna Ingebntson and Gloria Pingel The bride is a 1961 graduate of Ledyard high school and the groom graduate of Lakota high Scout Meeting The Lakota Webelos held Cub Scouts and a pack meeting Monday evening. Robert Hamilton gave a report on the growth and advancement of Scouting throughout the world. The Webelos," under the direction of their leader, Jake Peterson, Jr. presented a demonstration of coordinated physical fitness drills. ' ' •--•-•• ••<•"•• "%\ Cubmaster William Hanken presented the following awards';'' ; Webelo Badges — Albert Jphnson,' Ross Larson. Douglas-Karels and Billy Hanken. I "":. •",-" Lion .Badges - Albert Johnso^ Douglas Karels, Billy Hanken am Bruce Hertzke. , Bear Badges — Bobby.Boyd and Jimmy Thompson. Wolf Badge— Tlmrny Ley. '" Achievement Awards given' were Bobby Boyd, 1 gold aiid -2>isilver arrows; T. J. Hanken, 1 gold .ana 1 2 silver arrows. ' NOflCC ^P__i _ Notice is hereby rgivln "that the Board of Supervisors ot Kassuth Coim- y, Iowa, will reteive fcaled Bids at ihe office of thfe County Audlto* of Kossuth. County, Iowa, In the County Court House, Algona, I6wa, until ..the 12th day of ApriH 1982. at 2 00 o'clocto P.M., Cental StartdSrd Tims, for ?§r- nlshing labon inateMaU and equipment required to cleanout the opeh ditch of Koi>suth County Drainage .District No. 79, at whWh/time and, plade-,the bids will be publicly open*d and read aloud. The ditch to ,be cleaned out Is -lo- f,- te $ ,L n J e<!tlo P? 10 i "• M and' 15, Cnrfleld Township, ^Kossulh County, The work consists of clearing 'ap- prox mate y 339. trees, excavating aE' [iroxlmately 4,100 cubic .Bards of earth to cleanout 1 mile of open ditch, leveling spoil bank resultjng from ditch cleanout, repairing one tile bulkhoad, making repairs to tile outlets and miscellaneous associated Work. Bids, -o toe considered, shall covef i the complete Work specified. If a con- 1H^«^^-^^ SMlkM ISM My Si, I60S. '*»«.. J.VI III , »sCount£; 1 sM.. „«, Hfi!**ti*y «u» l « s ?,9 lea envelope t8 .th« «?!*tilot the CdUhty.AUditdr 6t Kait fpth tsftmty Hoilfe, A1B& liMHe _. (•&_.« the 'time flb'ove. . tti fo Si-, rsals "•M" 1 "/^!Auuuur Ot j»v-»- Kossftth county jcourl . id»a» aw of Before seeiving. Bids .as stated , . A fl drtd specifications aw now tm file in the Office of the County Auditor " Plflfl* in t KtittUth ot Kdsslith County, .Algehit, -law*. Copies may .be obtained ftorti Kriti* Enginefcring service 1 , Spencer, Iowa, A deposit of $10.00 for one set of plans and specifications will be . required, nil of which will, be refunded 10 bona- fide bidders who bid in thclf own nahie provided plans and specifications^ are returned In good condition within IS days after award of the con , will be MB these periods s .ana WitHlft By c. S. Pearson,'. , •',' County, Drainage Clerk.,,, will be P- warrants on the ly estimates and one mem In accordance with me slons ( of Sections 48S410 1 and <4S6ii3 rnrto'nf t*, V a, 19S8 . Warrants will beat the rale of 4 percent per the date Of their reglsfra The couple are now at home i the C. W. Buckels house. Th groom is employed by W. E Le Motor Company. Smith-Corona or Remington PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS firsts To SweaCifyHi Speech Entries Swea City _ Students of the Swea City high speech department who attended the state speech contest in Fort Dodge received 3 first places. They were won by Caryl Larsen, Penny Guyer, and Demse Seylar. All others from here entered ir the contest received twos Thev were John Weber, Lorraine Kracht Petra Thoreson. The one act play Winnie fho P™V," «i— _i5_. , 'Winnie second. _.. v w^-v yia\ the Pooh" also placed Priced To Sell - Trade Ins Welcome AS LOW . . '53.73 (Including Federal Tax) SETTING UP AN OFFICE at HOME? See Us For RIGHT PRICES on DESKS, CHAIRS, FILES, SAFES BUSINESS MACHINES UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. A L GONA Craig Larson, and Nancy Peterson, children of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Larson and Mr. and Mrs Leonard Peterson, received their Minnesota state piano certificate* at a recent contest at the University of Minnesota. These were awarded to winners in the contest Both are junior high students at the Swea City school and are piano students of Mrs. Charlie Faugest of East Chain. Ronald Johnson, president of the Swea City Commercial Club announced this week that $189 ha? been given for a memorial fund for the late Mayor Earl L. Hanson. Johnson with Paul Olson, was in charge of the fund, which has been given to Mrs. Hanson, for a park project. As yet no definite plan? have been made, several suggestions have been made by the club as to the use. Miss Pauline Newlin was elected president of the Federated Woman's club of Swea City at their regular meeting Monday evening Mrs. Don Martin was elected vice president; Mrs. Fred Moellering secretary; and Mrs. Nellie Ander son, treasurer. Mrs. Wm. Thomp son gave the lesson on Iowa conservation. She showed movies and slides she has taken of pheasants his year. BLOOM Three years ago Mrs. Asher Hougland of filoomfield bought a tropical plant called a "hastatum" that was not quite a foot tall. Now it's close to 8 feet and stands in a corner of the Hougland's dining roonj. The plant is not expected to bloom in its Iowa setting but it had three blossoms last year and one this year. The giant plant "drinks" about a half gallon of water a week. Mr. and Mrs. Roger".Meyer are parents' of a son, Brian, Douglas born Tuesday, Mar, 27,' at Buffalo Center hospital and weighing Ibs., 5Vi ozs. They 1 also have son, Lowell. : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murray. 6* Bancroft are parents of a soi? born Friday at Estherville^ He weighed 7 Ibs., 7 ozs. and has been named Josepfi Kevin.' They no'ty have a family of two sons and's daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Helmor Hanson are the grandparents. Mrs. Ella .Ellman enterbinci members' of a birthday club a her home last Saturday afternoon Guests were Mrs. Fred Chris' Mrs. Mary Telkamp, Mrs. Sigm> Nelson, Mrs. L. A. Nitz, Mrs. Henry Blome, Mrs. Richard Zielske Mrs. George Heyes, Mrs. Harry losenau, Mrs. Lena Schwarz 1 iliss Hannah Heetland. Mrs. Verri Molinder of Swea City was 3 uest. Baptisms at St. Paul's Lutheran church last Sunday were Ruth Ann Marie Van Hove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted A. Van How and James Duane Wirtjes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wirtjes. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Stenzel were sponsors for Ruth Ann and the sponsors for James were his parents. Thirteen students registered to enter kindergarten next fall at the annual kindergarten round-up held at the school Mar. 15: Ann Hanken, Bruce Heetland, Lindy Holmes, Tamara Kockler, Melaine Krominga, Paul Neuman, Kathleen Radmaker, Shaun Ruby Larily Siemens, Connie Stenzel' Maureen Wirtjes, and Cleo Willis ' Name 37 To Twin Rivers Honor Roll Thirty-seven students from Twin Rivers Community w school of Bode, made the acaclem 1C honor roll for the 3rd quark- of the 1961-1982 school year A straight B average (3.00) or above is required in order for a studen to be listed. , A 4.00 would ba" straight A average. ' Freshmen - Margaret Bakkon Catherine Collins, Judy nleHtS of Section shall furnish in the amount 01 .i the fontrsct price, which shall comply with the requlr- on 455.43, Code of Iowa w . hl ?)? bon ^ shan fa e dfawt , of Kossuth Counly (Iowa) Drainage t>| Btr ict. No. 79. ' >. The Contractor shall commence construction on or before June 1, 1982, and shall complete construclion on. or be- PIONEER yields of sound COM • Ask me about A-T Brand Certified alfalfa seed - Vernal and Ranger. GET YOURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: ?. I. Mawdsley •_ Algona Aaron Steussy __>_•_' Algona fed Hoover, Sri Algona Henry Schroeder . .. Lone Rock fugeneKoffasch _____ .... Bode Walter Vaudt _________ Whittemore Robinson Produce Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. Cutest child, on the street lives at your house All your pride in her shows in a 'good '•portrait. It tells the'world why'she'» t the greatest on earth! 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