The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1956 · Page 44
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 44

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1956
Page 44
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I LakofaHtgh Students Give Fine Program L4k6f« -* A group of high sch&el stvwfeftts under the direc- tioft Of RU83ell TePdske presented a varied program Wednesday Apfil II, at 7:30. Interpretive readings were given by Allen SmHh, srftd Sheida Hertake, Dec* Jamatory selections, Barbara Pqterson, Sharon Thompson and Paula BuckelS and Allan Smith and a one-act play. Also several instrumental musical selections. The program was sponsored by the Band Mothers who also served coffee and pie following. Thirty eight dollars were the proceeds 4 for the evening. Mr and Mrs John E. Smith visited M> Smith's aged uncle, John Graff, afid other relatives in Riceviile Saturday* Mrs John Schutter of Algofla, visited Mr and Mrs Jerry Heet* land Friday afternoon. Mrs Korse Ellmah is visiting in Mafquette for an indefinite time with Mr and Mrs Louis Greener. Mrs Ellman accompanied the Greeners to their home after Mrs Greener had been here since the death of her father, Ko* rse Ellman. Miss Margaret Murphy accom* panied by her brother Joe Mur* phy visited their sister in Mitv neapolis last weekend. Mr Murphy oh leave from serviee, Was a guest of his sister here for sev- er'al days. / Miss Eileen Quady, student ifi the Mankatp business college, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Arlene Quady. Rev. and Mrs Marian Kruse and Kathy visited the former's mother In Grundy Center, April 10th. The Mesdames Robert Rippen* trop and Albert Bosma entertained a group of friends at a Tastes GOOD! pink and blue shower for Mrs Verlyn Follman, the former Gar- olee Rif>p«itfot>, living eft tfve farm between Lakota and Swea City since Mr Follmaft's lease from army service. Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome visited Mrs Blome's sister, Mrs Lena Brandt in* Hubbard Sunday the 8th. Gordon Wirtjes has ' arrived home with his discharge as of last Thursday from two years army service. Gordon will take up active farming for his father, Wm. Wirtjes which he gave up to enter the service. Miss Juanita Lester has completed her special three months of training at a Chicago hospital and was at her home here before going back to Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome, Mr and Mrs Arlowe Blome and boys and Janet Smith visited Sunday afternoon with the Ray Worden family at Windom, Minn. The Woraen children are grandchildren of Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome. Larry Winter, student at Ames. was a weekend visitor with his parents, Mr and Mrs Russell Winter. Mr and Mrs Henry Geerdes of Blue Earth, Minn, attended the Presbyterian church services Sunday morning and visited lo^ cally afterward. The Geerdes are former Dakota area farmers until a year ago. Miss Rose Schliittner, who has been the bookkeeper for J. E. ' Ukena and Co., has resigned her position. Mr and Mrs C. C. Rippentrop and family and Mrs Mary Telkamp attended the wedding of a cousin in Fort Dodge Sunday Mrs Hattie Warburton returned to her home Thursday from Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, where she spent several weeks. She had previously been in Des Moines, with her sister and husband, the J. F. Whalens. Mrs Jerry Heetland went to Fort Dodge Monday where she was a 6:30 dinner guests of the Fort Dodge Presbyterian Women along with other members of the Presbyterial committee. Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena drove to Ames Saturday to spend the evening with Dr. and Mrs Maynard Ukena and then to Sac City on Sunday where they were'en- tertained in the Ralph Dewey hpme in honor of Mr Ukena's birthday. The Christian Education meeting for members and workers in the Presbyterian churches of Fort Dodge, was held at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Sunday afternoon. The local church was represented by the Messers anc Mesdames I. E. Wortman, Charles Gutknecht, Andrew Jansen Harlan Kruse, Jerry Heetland and BUrdette Heeppner, the Mesdames Elmer Paulsen, C 1 i f : Buckels and W. D. Ley, Lena Gutknecht and John Smith. 1 Produced and Bottled THl SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO;] Expert To Give 3 Windbreak Demonstrations Sid Herzberg, Extension Forester ffom Ames, will be in Kossuth County April 25-26 to assist in planting three windbreak demonstrations, according to Dean L. Barnes, county extension director. The scheduled plantings of Windbreaks is as follows —... Apfil 25 ->• afternoon, at Dana Thomas farm, operated by Don Warmbier, near LuVerne, April 26 — morning, at Pat Bradley farm, operated by Don Krause, near Bancroft. April 26 — afternoon, at Art Paterson farm near Titonka. The windbreak demonstrations are planted tft show people how to do a proper job of locating trees in relation to the buildings. Everyone interested in planting trees' and designing windbreaks is invited to attend one of these three demonstrations. Herzberg Will be glad to answer questions in this regard concludes Barnes. Soil Aid At Special School Sidney D. Johnson, Soil Conservation Aid, assigned' to the, Kossuth County Soil Conserva- .ion District, returned April 11 after completing three weeks of ntensive training in soil and water conservation practices at :he Coshocton Agriculture Train- ng Center ten miles northeast of Coshocton, Ohio/ The training enables the employee to give better technical service to the cooperators of the Soil Conservation District. It is the policy of the Soil Conservation Service to give training to new employees of the Soil Conservation Service. Twenty six men attended the training course from ten states. The session contained a series of many lectures, movies^, and the actual field work. Study was also done on the causes and preventions of erosion and how to improve soil. Tours were made of small stock water dams and one all day tour was made of the Muskingum Conservancy District watershed which has a series of flopd control dams. With this training Mr Johnson will be able to assist the cooperators of Kossuth County with their soil conservation problems. Mr Johnson has been with the Kossuth County Soil Conservation. District since March 13, 1955. John Norman 1$ Now Artilleryman FORf ft6Qf>, f&X. — Armjr I*v"t. John C. Norman, 20, son of Mrs Nina Normjm, 414 N. Har- lah st., Algona, Iowa is receiving advanced aftillefy training witn the 4th Armored Division at Fort Hood, Tex. The division reactivated ih June 1954 is now undergoifig a comprehensive training program, the unit won fame in Notmftndy and Bastogrte in Wdrld War ll. Normart, whose father, Carl H. Norman, lives at 4013 Olive Si, St. Louts', is : assigned to* Battery A in the division's 04th Armo're'd Field Artillery Battalion, 'A former employee of the Merryman Brick & Tile Cd. in Algona, he entered the Arhiy in January of this year. and a demonstration was given by Nancy Downs and Kathy McCarthy. Eileen McCarthy gave a talk. l Rev. Lawrence Murphy, Glen- Wood pastor, a lapidarist who Tuesday, April 24, 1956 (la.) Pit carves model churches from, alabaster, has added another to hid growing collection. It is a replica of a Colonial style church which he visited in New England about two years ago. Four hundred hours of painstaking effort weftt into the model. The crew of Columbus' fleet was c'omposed mostly of adventurers and convicts. Prairie Pals Pick Delegates Prairie Pals 4-H met April 14 at the home of Mrs Wise. Deloris and Darlene Studer were nominated to attend camp and Gloria Wise to the state convention. Nancy Downs and Ruth Lickieig Will represent the Club at Rally Day. . Merle Ann Harig gave a talk Body Repairs Wheel Alignment TO ROMANIA Mr and Mrs David Garst and Harold Smouse of Coon Rapids left- -recently by p.lanc for Romania. The two men will assist the Romania government in setting up an experimental farm "I'm not making up my mind to stay till I see how your water heater works." Can't blame her. Any woman who's had wash water run cold would feel the same. But with automatic GAS water heaters, there's always 'enough for laundry, dishes, bathing and for house-cleaning. Speed is the secret! Gas water heaters are 3 times faster than non-flame water heaters. And they cost a fraction as much to operate. See new long- lu'e models today. ONLY AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS GIVE HOT WATER TIMES FASTER St. Benedict By Mrs'Philip Arndorfer L. S. BOHANNON The guy who wrote "I shot an arrow into the air It fell to earth, ..., I know not where" Tell him it's in my car windshield and come and gel it. Will my Comprehensive Insurance pay for a new $80 windshield? For the answers . to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. YOUR CAR IS SERVICED HERE BY FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS USING MODERN EQUIPMENT & THE RIGHT MATERIALS Prices Right, Too! LET KOSSUTH MOTOR DO IT RIGHT! We Service and Repair ALL. MAKES Cars and Trucks KOSSUTH NORTON MACHINE WORKS Has Been Named Authorized Dealer for BR/GGS and STftATTON ENGINES/ March - April - May - Are "Gas Water Heater" Months! See The Following Algona Dealers FOR FULL INFORMATION AND FREE ESTIMATES ON A NEW GAS HOT WATER HEATER: Sunday, April 8, Dorothy Arn dm fer and son, Ronnie, also'-Dor othy's mother and sisters, Mrs Isadore Eisenbarth, Josephine, and Sally motored to Worthington, Minn, to spend the day at the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kcnne and family. Mrs Kenne is a sister to Dorothy, Josephine and Sally and a daughter of Mrs Eisenbarth. Mrs Bob Hardcopf Jr. and daughter Jan left for/their home after having spent a couple of week? with Mrs Hardcopf's mother, Dorothy Arndorfer while Bob was locating living quarters. Bill Loebig had the misfortune to break his ankle when being thrown from a horse last Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Willis Bcisch are the proud parents of a 6 Ib. daughter born about a week ago. Regina Froehlich was winner oi high prize at the card party held April 10 at the home of .Af^it Rosenmcyer. Dena Bierl was a guest. The next party will be held at Mrs Ben Dorr's. Mrs Clyde Monroe was an afternoon caller at the Philip Arndorfer home. She spent the past week at the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Capesius and Mr and Mrs Clarence Siemer. She is a daughter of Mi' and Mrs Julian Arndorfer. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer spent Sunday, April 8, at Storm Lake at the home of Mr and Mr.- Roy Pickens. Mrs Pit-kens and Nick are' brother and sister. Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer, Mrs Bob Hardcopf and daughter Jan spent the 5th of April at Wells. Minn, at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Gannan. Mrs Carman is a sister-in-law of Dorothy. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfei. Leo Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs Joe Klemm, Jimrnie, and Joan were dinner guests of the Philip Arn- durfer family April If). The Philip Arndorfer family called on the Fred Erk-ksons. April 8, also were at the Julia and Helen McEnroe home the same afternoon and dined with them for the evening meal. Mr and Mrs Matt Borman and Barbara called on Mr ami Mrs C. \V. Elbert Sunday p.m. The EI- berls are from Whittemoie aivl j are aunt and uncle of Mrs Burman. Norton Machine Works is proud to announce that it, is now a factory Registered Service dealer, which includes sales, parts and repairs. Regardless of the kind of equipment you use powered by Briggs & Stratton Gasoline Engines, we are prepared to supply original service parts, adjust or repair your engine. Save time and money— bring your engine to us at the first sign of improper operation. (CHECK NEW-LOW PRICE LIST BELOW) (BRICCS&STRATTON) 4 OTHER NEW LINES! Muckey Plumbing & Heating Funk Plumbing & Heating Sigsbee Plumbing & Heating Irons Heating & Plumbing Algona Plumbing 4 Healing Gamble Store North Iowa Sewing Machine Hall-Strahorn Hardware Beecher Lane Appliances Rapid Thermogas Co. Thomas Skelgas Swartz Algona Hardware Kohlhaas Hardware Coast-to-Coast Store North Central Public Service Co. Notice oi Dissolution oi Kossulh Centennial At Algona Corporation TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Public notice is, hercDy given that Hie Koasulli Conifiuiijl at Algunu Cot- ;jdi ijtion, <irg;ini/r.>d under the provisions of Ch.ipter 50! ol Ilie l!>f)l Code 'jl lou.i. with iti principal place oi iju-sine.s.-i at Algona lu\\'a, by the un- jnimuu.i action ol its members has been dissulvcd aa ul the date ol March 28, liiSli. t, II. Hutchins, Picaidfnt U'llliHin Steele. SuctcUny-Trcasuicr i iPubhMiid April a. 10. 17 and 2\. I ]•,:,', :,, 'I i,, .\I-KI,.I lln',\..l I'l'l'H I-'" Illollltal. V m t-u AUTOMATIC -PLEA CLUTCHES THE CLUTCH WITHOUT A COMPLEX • INEXPENSIVE—NO EXTRAS TO BUY. Pulley, set screw, and key all are a part of clutch. Control levers, and mounting brackets are eliminated. . • RUGGED AND DEPENDABLE. Engineered and constructed to outlast the normal life of an engine and to transmit the capacity-load of the engine. AH parts are made of steel—moving ones are hardened. • FLEXIBLE AND EASY TO INSTALL, Built- in Key fits into Keyway of engine shaft. (Can also be"furnished without built-in Key.) Self locking set screw holds clutch firmly to shaft. Rotates in either direction, mounts on horizontal or vertical shafts. • NO BELT ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED. Variable pitch pulley automatically rom-cts for normal manufacturing variations in belts, pulleys and mountings. Also, variable pitch pulley corrects for normal belt wear and stretch during use. FAIRBANKS-MORSE REWIND STARTERS Throw Away Your Starter Rope : Tht llarlJng rope ' U in the r,t-M Fair- banks-Mortt Rewind Starter and »taxs (her*. J'J»t gratp the • handle and pull. It engage* after only a 1/4 inch pull. Tht rope rewind> injide the starter automatically. Look at these features: • Fny-proof nylon pull eord—itrongcit typo cord you can buy—will bit ths lifetime of tlie equipment—thin and compact. t Ruggedly built—very light in weight. • Instead, of me«hing teeth or pawl:, the starter mounts over and engages on a regular rope starter pulley. • Installation can be easily made in 10 to 20 minutes on most engines. All engines can be converted with the Fairbanks-Morse Rewind Starter — lawn mowers, chain saws, garden tractors, conveyors, pump*, etc. Gil A fAIUANKS.MQK$£ fttWJND STAftTIft TODAY Inquire About . . . • NEAPCO "PTO" UNIVERSAL JOINTS * BROWNING V PULLEYS Wiih Split Taper Bushing BRIGGS- STRATTON ENGINE PRICES AT NORTON'S!

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