The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1962 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1962
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ATTENTIONS - '- GARDENERS THIS V^/EEk IS NATIONAL GARDEN WEEK AND THE GARDEN CLU3 WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL PLANT SALE AT OUR GARDEN CENTER (North of the Catholic Cemetery) PLAN TO ATTEND ARBOR DAY, FRIDAY, APRIL 27. WE HAVE BULK AS WELL AS PKG. GARDEN SEEDS. It's time to give your lawn a lift. PARK BLUE GRASS (Germinates in 10 days) FESCUE LAWN SEED (for the shady spots) BLUE GRASS SEED (for the sunny spots) FOR BEST RESULTS APPLY NORTHRUP-KING LAWN FOOD -OPENING HOURS - DAILY - 7:30 aim. fa 12 Noon - 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. SUNDAY - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER North of Catholic Cemetery CY 4-4813 ^mmuummummmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmtimmm mm* Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper NORTHWEST IOWA POTATO HEADQUARTERS DOES IT AGAIN Red River Valley — Blue Tag — Certified _ lu >• -. — MH, IL . >-4 "•*/••' .. -vHhl*(i|Mk»* »-*•* MMfldOGE^^H SEED POTATOES Our warehouse is bulging with newly delivered seed potatoes . . . you name it we have it ... 20 tons now on hand . . . no order TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE that we can't take care of it. ' • RED PONTIACS • IRISH GOBBLERS • BLISS TRIUMPHS • RED WARBAS • EARLY OHIOS • NORLANDS • KENNEBEGS • ALSO SELECT SEED SW- EATING — POTATOES — EATING RED PONTIACS U. S. NO, 1 50 "> N 1 .39 1Q Lb. Bag 29c I;.."--, j-i ... u. n. . . . '-"i" •' ..... '•"'• ...... •" "•' ""' •-' ..... '-'--'• ...... FREE HOME DELIVERY pAILY AT , , . EAST END GROCERY "Northwest Iowa Potato Headquarters" With about 200 students from the 4th, 5th and 6th grades taking Mart, "Pinocchio" will be presented Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. and in the evening at 8 p.m., by pupils of Lucia Wallace school in 'their auditorium. - ' . ! ' Pictured above are five members of the cast, left to right, James' Voigtj Jim Jorgensen, James Boyd, who plays the part of Pinocchio, Phyllis Moulton and Patty Balluff. Those are the whale's teeth, jus.t to, the right of Patty. The whale, by the way, is quite a specimen, of 'art arid stagecraft. ; . Directing the musical portion of the play is Georga Anne Voigt, and Bonnie Winter directs the speaking parts, with assistance from, other teachers of the school. (Algona Hi Foto — UDM Engraving) Shower Honors LuVerne Bride LuVerne — Mrs. Douglas Holmes, former Linda. Clark, was Honored guest Sunday with a postnuptial shower in the LuVerne Methodist ' church- with 54 sharing the courtesy. Hostesses were Mrs. Burtis De Nio, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Max King, Algona, Mrs. Grady Phipps, Jamaica, Mrs. Ronald Clark, Mrs. Karen Nicholas, Iowa City, Mrs. Clif Holmes, Mrs. Clif Richardson, Mrs. Herman Schulz and Linda Kubly. Assisting with the program and gifts' were Kathy Heater, Linda Kubly, RoxjeDe Nio, Sara Lou Phipps, Coleeri and Kathy King. Pouring-arid serving punch were grandmothers Mrs. Clar.a Pearson and Mrs. Anschultz of Jamaica. Tuesday Club The Tuesday Club were guests Apr.: 10. of Mrs. Marie- Maass. Mrs. Maass presented the lesson. Mrs. Percy Brink, vice-chairman, presided in the absence of Mrs. Henry Marty. Officers elected were: president, Mrs. Maass, vice president, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Earl Neal. Mrs. J. Paul Stevens, Mrs. Edward Hof and Mrs. Davidson, committee in charge of arrangements of last meeting of the year, a tea at Humboldt May 8. Hospitalized _ . • "' Mrs.'Hattie'Baker was a medical patient the past week in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Raymond Nelson,- a patient in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, since Monday, Under,^em major surgery Apr. 20. " "'"' ; .Joseph, four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaiser, entered University hospital, Iowa City, for treatment. ,' , Peter Blumer is confined in his home'the past week following a light stroke. He is improving. Pastor Conference ''.'••".< A conference of pastors.of the' Algona circuit was held Tuesday in the LuVerne Zion Ev Lutheran church, attended by 11 pastors and their wives. A communion service was held at 11:30 a.m. with the church choir taking part. The noon luncheon was served by the Ladies Aid Society. ! The afternoon business was in charge of : the host pastor, Rev. Alien Rudow. The wives were guests of Mrs. Rudow at the parsonage: These meetings are held once each month. Walter Ruger, Tommy and ;Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger were guests of their sister and daughter, the Ernest Habegers in West Bend. They went to attend the Confirmation of their niece and granddaughter, Rachael Habeger, Palm Sunday in Peace Lutheran church. Guests for dinner in the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hefty home were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fuhr and Sheryl of Renwick, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marty of LuVerne. The dinner honored the confirmation of 'their son, Dennis,. Palm . Sunday with the class' of the LuVerne Ev. United Brethren church. Mr. and Mrs. Genard Towne of Look Your Prettiest So many exciting events are ahead . . . graduation, Mother's Day and • weddings ! Look 'your best on that "special day" with a flattering new hairdo, styled by our experts. Be The Prettiest Girl at The Prom. PERMANENT WAVE GOOD MONDAY AND THURSDAY A gentle but firm cold-wave permanent with soft, natural-looking coiffure. Good only during May. Regular $10.00 Value $6.95 WITH COUPON Help Yourself To Beauty State Beauty Salon June Pelrae Nina Phpne CY 4-3127 Jackie Manson were weekend visitors in the parental Earl Neal home. '••.Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty vis- "ited Mrs. John Zimmerman of Kenwick, patient in Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. i (far. and Mrs. J. E. Shultz of Fella visited his mother, Mrs. Mary Shultz, Saturday to Monday. v;Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. SchipUll wpre Sunday guests of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Schipull iii, Goldfield. >Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber and boys visited Friday evening %the Carman Holland home in Bode, ... ;, Larry, young son of Mr. and ]Mrs. Owen Curry, entered Lutheran hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs. Raymond Nelson underwent surgery Tuesday at Lutheran 1 hospital, Fort Dodge. ' Mr. and Mrs. Verne Daley were hosts to their winter card club Saturday evening. Guest players wfere the Larry Hendersons and Clif Richardsons. High, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hardc,opf, low*, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schulz, nine bid, Verne Daley. ' ., Mr. and Mrs. W^Uflhi ,GBetsc|l were Sunday evening visitJBfs 1 with his sister, ,the Howard McCradys; Dakota City. / Mr. arid, Mrs.' Hrirold Davis of Mason City were Sunday, Attests of'her sister, Mr. and .Mrst .'Clarence ,Nietf fen. Van, Ha,nse& was their Sunday dhiher guest. § e£ood Will ClUb.niet Apr. 19 Mrs. William Erpeldlng-with Paul Blumer, co-hostess, entertainment was in charge of Mtk. Alvin Weber and Mrs. Wll- Ii4iii Gbetsch. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer of St. Benedict, sister of Mrs. Erpelding, Mrs. Marvin Redirig, Mrs. Robert Altman, Mrs. Joel Reding, and Mfs. Ted Wagner of Livermore. Easter weekend guests in the William Erpelding home were her siiter, Mr. and Mrs. Forest De Franc, Vicki and Lon of Marshall- toton. '. . Mrs. Clara Wolf, Mrs. Martha HJntz, Mrs. Martha Schneider and Oscar Behnkendoff? visited Wednesday afteffloM with theft c6usin and aunt, Mfs. Lizzie List, Lbne Rock, Roger, son of the William fir- bbldings, spent the EaSter weekend with his family. Roger is e student fit school fdf bltrid af Vinton. The Wa^ne Sflflfords find hif niother, Mrs. JeSSie Stfnterdj weft Sunday visitors with their sffiw ahd daughter, the Alirtion Hbtfckt, Badger. Mr. and Mrs. WilHdffl dollsch ahd Sheryi Ann wer^ P4ini Siih- day guests ef hfif Sisfef, MrS. P'hyiliS StrutherS 6M fflftliiV i« Irvifllton. the ttfattt aHuplef. Sheila Rence StrutHettl, Wad baptized in the Trvingtbti Wesbyter- irirt church with ttev. M. H. BrOW"- ef officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty returned Monday frf>m vfsitirig their daughter,, the Eddie Links iri Genoa, 111., arid their Sbh, ReV. Howard Marty fdhiHy at kaloria. While away they attended the funeral of Chris SeitsS, 84, uncle of 'Mrs. Marty, at oskatoosa, Tu««Jdy, April 94, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper DM Mo!nM-5 Sweci Girl Hurt At Estherville Swcn-Eagic — Maslne Clark, three other students and the parents of one were bruised and injured when the car in which they were riding struck a« icy patch oh the highway about 8 miles east of Estherville. the students were returning to Sleuk fdils, So. Dak. after spend- iftg spring Vacation at ttaSIf hoffies. ffie ear oVirttirneH and was re- p^rted to be a total less. Three 1 persons have just beeh rcifca'stti at last rep'orts and oYie is sllli hospitalized fit ChaMes City. Ma^s- irie received numerous bruises. donseryotioh Meeting The Izaa'c Walton ' League of KossutH county will hold a melt' ifig tonight (Tuesday, Apr. 24) at 8 p.m. in the BUrt Legion ha'll. A discussion 6! the proposed county conservation board, which will be voted upon in the primary election in June, will be held and all sportsmen AMd other interested persons are invited to attend. tr ff'l we ft day milk StUB PAftJU LIFE ', A A N e t HAROLD SUNDET 70* S. Phillips CY , LIFE . INSUBANCFCOMPANY HoNtl OHte<i Blo(mlrtjl«n, Illinslt OG TAX EADLINE- Monday, April 30, 1962 Monday, April 30, is the last day for securing 1962 Dog Licenses. Oh May 1 a $1 penalty will be added to each unlicensed dog as listed by the township or town assessor. The regular tax is $1.50 for a male and $3.50 for a female dog, except towns that levy a town tax Where county tax is $1 for males and $3 for females. T hese delSrta.uent dog faxes are collectable as personal taxes by the treasurer after May 1. Li- ' <-\ <- rit • I censes are required for all dogs three months old or over, and must be secured at the county a uditor's office when the animal attains that age. MARC MOORE AUDITOR OF KOSSUTH COUNTY YOU ARE INVITED FRIDAY, APRIL 27th OF THE COLONY RESTAURANT and BAR BREAKFASTS DINNERS LUNCHES Wi OPEN AT 5 A- M.^DAILY $1.00 WILL BUY YOU A FULL COURSE DINNER WE INVITE YOU! To see a famous old'grandfathers clock, lanterns and our newly remodeled Restaurant and Bar. Our east wall is completely covered with drapes. You'll like our new look and service ... so come in I ^mipipi^^ ^PBMB^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^s ^^^BH^^^ ^^^* ^^^» — .--—-, - - f H5NRY MOORf, Owner and Prop. Formerly OFFICE TAVERN

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