The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 13, 1955
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

4-AI§«na (la.) Upptt 0«i Mdln«* Thursday, October 13, 19SS faring* CO fct emus ntttt A UtOt ot Till*, « LltiM e< tfcMt Not Mncfe 04 Aftfihtt*. It was recently that t pfinted in this column a tongue twister mailed to me by a tongue twisting gent at Wesley and it seems that this tongue twisting matter has been taken up by others and so here is a tongue twister I received the other day. The twister was not signed but the envelope it came in carried a Bancroft post mark and so it looks like the Bancroft gent has taken up tongue twisting in competition with Ihe Wesley gent. However, tongus twisting must be fun. So I am herewith printing the Bancroft gent's tongue twist: "It was at. a shoe show that she saw shoes soled. Since she saw shoes soled at the shoe show she showed shoes she saw soled at the shoe show. Since she showed shoes she saw soled at the shoe show she sold the shoes she showed that she saw soled at the shoe show." There you have it—some SPARK PLU CARS, TRUCKS TRACTORS AND YCLE ENGINES PERCIVAL MOTORS See Large Ad in "Farm and Home" Section tongufc twisting to repeat that tongue twister, so to speak. But it is interesting to find that Kos- uith readers also arc interested in proper tongue twisting. If you have a tongue twister why not send it to me so I can repeat it in the column? There is much merit in tongue twisting at that. There has been plenty of fishing going on by local fisher gents the past several weeks and it has proven that we do have some fishing gents here who know how to get a bite and how to bring 'em in. It was over at Okoboji that Hank Furst and Cecil McGinnis swung the bait into the wet and first thing they knew they had walleyes and bass aplenty, it just seemed as though the fish couldn't help but fall for the gents' bait, so to speak. And at Loon Lake Bud Briggs pulled in perch and northerns galore almost enough to fill the car trunk, and weight was high. And the Meyer brothers went to Pine City, Minn., and nonchalantly pulled in 15 catfish averaging 15 to 20 pounds apiece, and that's no small fishing material to pull in either. Bob Sigsbee brought in a stringer filled with fishes the other day. Where he caught 'em the neighbors didn't know but they saw him spend a big lime cleaning 'em. And 'twas a really good catch, so to speak. And in our own river just west of town the other day George Wille pulled in two northerns, one of 'em weighing 5 pounds, and one walleye, and so he proved a dandy local district fish puller, j,o to speak. —o— Nick Maharas at Ingham Lake the other day managed to bring to shore five buljheads and there were two elderly ladies, past 70, also fishing there and they pulled in the limit of walleyes, five each. And Nick says there may be something to knowing all the angles of how and when to pull in the bigger catches, so to speak. And now that the duck season has opened there are many Algona gents lugging their shot guns into the rural areas and along the creeks and rivers in search for the elusive ducks. And it was on the opening day that Arnie Ricklefs and Ernie Norman loaded their guns ana took shots at the feathered game and they managed to down five teel and four mallards and that's not bad for the first clay of gun practicing, so to speak. And on Monday morning they got three geese, and it looks like those boys know how to aim and when to pull the trigger. And it's a cinch that from now on for a spell there'll be much of aiming and trigger pulling and feathered game massacred, because on account of it's a lot of fun to pick up the gun and hunt and aim and shoot and down the feathered game. I, *.*!-... -0 Yep, politics is beginning io reach into the cvery-day being of we of Algona because on account of we're about to vote for city offices, so to speak. And I'm sure getting a kick out of the political angles because on account of there doesn't enter into the voting whether for or against a republican or democrat, so to speak. world's only heater with MIDGET PILOT! Yop. 1 like politics nnd I've been active along those lines for years. It was in Marshalltown, Iowa, that 1 was elected council- man-at-largc and there was plenty of political activity surrounding that election. And then later I was elected slate senator from that county and there's something to wonder about because on account of I was a democrat and Marshall county is overwhelmingly republican, so to speak. And serving as a state senator means more politics every day, seemingly. Yep, I voted legislation with both parties, democrat and republican, and sure got a big kick out of holding a senator job for four years. But 1 am still a democrat, even though I voted with the republicans many times because on account of I voted for what I felt was best for the people, re- gardles of political angle. But I'm still a democrat, and that's that. YOUR HOME DESERVES feet ion KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Otfosen Folks Wed 45 Years Oilosen — Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk will observe their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 16, with open house in the Presbyterian Church partors from two o'clock until 5 o'clock. Everyone is cordially invited. Their anniversary is Oct. 12. Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk returned home Sunday morning following a 2V 2 week's vacation trip. They visited their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs M. C. Pressel and family at Boulder, Colo., and at Excelsior Springs. Mr VanBuskirk wont through the Clinic and underwent surgery. Sunday dinner at the Olvin Haug home celebrated the birth- clays of three persons. Those having Cornel Knutson, Oct. 2, Mrs Olvin Haug, Oct. 3, and Hel- niar Fjelsrud, Oct. 9. Guests at the Haug home Monday evening for her birthday were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and Susan of Algona, Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family and Mr and Mrs Oilver Kinseth. A Presbyterian congregational meeting will be held Sunday evening, Oct. 23. Sunday, Oct. 16 is Layman Sunday. Mr and Mrs K. R. McLucn am: daughter, Mary Anne visited Mrs McLuen's brother-in-law, Harry J. Richards who is a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family visited Sunday afternoon at the homes of Mrs Bertha Oppedahl and Mr and Mrs Bjarne Oppedahl and family in Fort Dodge. Mrs Irl Bell and family of Pierson were weekend visitors at the Percy Watnem home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Watnem home were Mr and Mrs Ed Nessen and family of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Merle Faulk and Monte of Esthervilie. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme visited her mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs John Hauck of Livermore yisited Wednesday evening at the Olaf Bruvik home Mrs Myra McNitt and Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards attended the- Health Council dinner held at Humboklt, Monday. Mr and Mrs Chris I verso n and family of Storm Lake and Mr and Mrs Lee Holt and family of Spencer were Sunday afternoon ancl supper guests at the Jesse VanBuskirk home. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt were Saturday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs John Chambers at Klemnvo. Tuesday evening visitors at the Oliver Lee home were Mr ana Mrs Walter Bakken of Bode. Mr and Mrs Harold Dale and Debbie of Dakota City and Mi iind Mrs Richard Christiansen nnd Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh of Humboldt were Sunday evening supper guests at the Magnus Bratland home. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Olaf Lee home at Thor. Mrs Caroline Telford and Mrs Essie Cooper visited Sunday afternoon and evening at the Edward VonBank home at Rolfe Mr and Mrs Donald Brandhoij and family of Bradgate and Mt and Mrs Bernard Coyle and family of Bode were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Coyle home. Mr and Mrs George Bruellman visited there Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel ana Leslie Ann visited Sunday afternoon at the Raymond Zinnel honit near West Bend. Junior Play At Lakofa Set For Friday, Oct. 14 Lakota—The Junior Class Pla% will be given at 8 p.m., Oct. 14. Mr Russell TePaske is directing the play Grandma's Best Years with a cast of 16 characters. Auxiliary Cosiume Parly The Legion Auxiliary met Oct. 3 in the Legion Hall. The members came in appropriate Halloween costumes. Wanda Blome and Edith Schroeder who were dressed as Davy Crockett nnd his girl friend sang the Davy Crockett Ballad accompanied by Leona Heetland. Gaitha Olson led the group singing and Marion Mcurer and Pearl Smith had charge of several games. Hostesses were Marion ' Meurer, Pearl Smith, Idah Rippentrop and Wanda Blome. Leave After Visil Mrs Mary Zoller accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Junco to Des Moines last week \vl\ere they visited Mrs Zoller's brother, Peter and Mrs Hans. The Juneos left from there for their home in Memphis. At Church Rallies Mrs Jerry Heetland attended a series of Presbyterial Rallies as social education and action secretary, at Burt, Lytton and Carroll, Wednesday through Friday. The local Presbyterian Women's Coming Next Week Honsbruch Drug £<i,!and PaJ CUljUn < • See Large Ad in "FAflM and HOME" Section We Have Been GOOD USED TRACTORS GOOD USED PICKERS GOOD USED PLOWS All Re-Conditioned, Ready To Go To Fieid and Work For Late Calls From Farmers We Are Also Carrying: FAMOUS SPEEDY CRIB CAPACITY 1263 BU. AT LOW PRICE OF Farm Machinery Headquarters Organization was represented by the Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht, Wm. Schroeder, Harlan Kruse, Ru?spl) Winter, Clif Buckels, Hugh Lewis, Covt Rippentrop, Alvin Rippentrop, Mary Telkamp, Franke Schadendorf, Jerry Ukena ancl Wayne Heetland, ' Robert Boomer, W. E. Ley, H. II. Murray, the misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht, Mrs I. E. Wortman and Mrs George Enncn. Dinner Guests Mr and Mrs John Hocppner of Calumet and the letter's mother. Mrs Pauline Steffens of Primghar were guests Saturday night and Sunday in the Burdette Hoep- pncr home. And this group was all dinner guests of Emma and Lena Gutkneeht Sunday. Dr. and Mrs R. L. Williams arrived home Friday after having .-pent the summer in their cabin in Canada. The Ledyard Township Homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs Ted Wallentine at 2 p.m. Friday. Oct. 14, for their annual guest day. Sunday dinner guests of Mr ancl Mrs Hilmar Hanson were Mr and Mrs S. T. Mourstad of Brainerd, Mr and Mrs Ted Thompson and Mr T. A. Thompson of Blue Earth. Mr and Mrs Joe Murray and family of Bancroft were afternoon visitors. Mr and Mrs Pete Thoisscn, Mi and Mrs Gene Theissen and family, Mr Leon Theissen of Doll- ievcr were Sunday guests of the James and Vernon Smith families. Mr ancl Mrs Glenn Mabus, Lyle and Cecil ancl Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland visited Sunday after- noon at the home of Mr and Mrs Glaus Daniels near Fertile. An announcement of the birth of a daughter, Mary Alice to Mr and Mrs Edgar Inlay at Whittier, Calif, has been received hero by friends. The Inlays are former Lakota residents. Mrs L. A. Meyer accompanied by Mrs J. C. Blome and Mrs Paul Gelhnus of Ledyard attended funeral services for an aged aunt of Mrs Meyer at Hubbard Saturday. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse accompanied a group of West- mintser Fellowship members to a Rally at the Presbyterian church in Armstrong, Sunday. Federated Clubs At District Meet Seven or more Kossuth clubs, members of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs, were represented at the 6th district meejing last week at Webster City. They were the Fenton Town & Country Club, LuVerne Progressive club, Burl, Whittemore and Doan Woman's club, Lakola Acorn Club, and Titonka Woman's Club Mrs J. B. Asa of Algona took second place for a booth on aid to the blind and deaf. All of the clubs presented booths, and delegates voted on the awards. The booth from Burt and the Lakota received excellent ratings STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2, 1946 (Tille 39, Unlled Stales Code, Sec- lion 233) SHOWING THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION OF Algeria Upper DCS Moines, published weekly fit Algonfl, Tows, for Oct. 1, 'l/Thc names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers nre: Publishers Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Ill E. Call SI., Algona. In. Editor R. B. Waller & C. S. Erlandcr, Algona, Iowa. ,, Managing editor n. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa. ,. Business manager C. S. Erlandcr, Algona, Iowa. 2. The owners are (If owned by a corporation, its name and address must be staled and also immediately there- under the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by a corporation, the names and addresses of the individual owners must be given. If owned by a partnership or other unincorporated firm, its name and address, as well as Ihat of each individual member, must be given.) R. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa. C. S. Erlander, Algona, Iowa. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Ill E. Call St., Algona. Iowa. 3. The known bondholders, mort- gagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (II there are none, so Male.) None. 4. Paragraphs 2 nnd 3 include, In cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting; also the statements in the two paragraphs show the affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that nf a bona fide owner, 5. The average number of copies o! each issue of this publication sol'l or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above was: (This information is required fiom daily, weekly, semiwcekly ancl triweekly newspapers only.) 1.72(1 R. 15. WALLER Managing Editor Sworn to and subscribed before rue this 30th day of September. l!if>r>. (SEAL) MARV I.YTI.K (My commission expires July -i. 1M7.) SAISTREP COMBATS /*Df\ Ch ' 6(i " IKU "iKE IN CHICKENS BLUECOMB IN TUftKlYS NTERITIS IN SWINE SCOURS IN CAIVIS U« PALSTREP to check (hew: ccsly disease" and cot your <h.ire of the millions of dollars to he Mvcd each year. Dr. KiMniry's SALSTREP contains the antibiotic Mreptomycin that dc- tlrov.s the iMiis.itivc agents. SAI.STRIU' i? sale and easy to pivt —the granules ili*-oKc quickly in.drmk- in£ water or milk. Action from PALSTRPP i< f.vt. C.ive SALSTREP when fceJ coiv.-nmptKMi drops or you see other sipis ot thc<c di«caws. Dr. SALSBURYS RUSK DRUG See Large Ad in "FARM and HOME" Section t ^vYUIIW </ / \\.U Ml// For Your Old Suite We Will ive

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page