The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 13
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TuMdoy, Nov. 6, 1956 Algona (la.) Upp«r D»» MolnM-7 79 Registered At Iowa State From Kossuth There are 79 students from Kossuth county registered at Iowa State College for the fall quarter, figures from the office of the registrar show. Total enrollment is 9,673, an increase of 500 over last fall. Kossuth county students listed arc as follows: Algona — Harold M. Amfahr, Harold W. Bosworth, Alvin K. Christiansen, Jody Lee Cutler, David M. Devine, Rita May Goecke, Robert C. Hentges, Bill P. Hurn, Robert E. Jensen, Terrence S. Kenefick, Dale D. Kern, William B. Kinsey, Arlouine J. Leaneagh, Judith Ann McMahon, Mary Louise Mawdsley, David W. Merryman, Douglas C. Meyer, Thos. S. Montgomery, Robert J. Palmer, David T. Phillips, Marcia W. Stillman, Robert D. Thompson. Burt — Rochelle A. Andrews, David J. Christensen, Darrell D. Hammond, John E. Masse, Darryl R. Sparks, John D. Teeter, Jerry J. McMullen. Lakota — James F. Antoine, Larry D. Winter. Titonka—Keith H. Bartelt, Neal A. Boyken, Ronald L. Nelson. Wesley—Jack R. Bohn, Guy C. Carlson, Wendell C. Christensen, Thomas V. Forburger, Robert L. Giddings, Theodore J. Hansen, John R. Pfeffer, David H. Seaberg, LeRoy Seiler, Lynn C. Struthers, Betty Ann Tjaden, Harold E. Wolfe! Bode—Joel B. Bormann. LuVcrne—Dale Braynard, Delmar B. Voss. Bancroft — James F. Clark, Peter J. Govern, Thomas J. Lens- ing, Wayne T. Looft, Mary Jo •Weber. Lone Rock— John M. Cotton, Marjorie Jean Houck. Fenton — Jerry Lee Crouch, John R. Eigler, Marilyn J. Jentz, Donald J. Priebe. Irvington—John W. Dole. West Bend—Robert L. Fisher, Robert D. Studer. Swea City--Donald G. Funder- buik, Janet B. Garrison, Dorothy A. SchReffer, Ruth Ann Pehrson, Gene C. Thompson, Dehner C. Uhr, Vaughn D. Uhr. Corw'.th—Keith E. Kubly, Richard J. Mullins. Ottosen—Donald J. Kemna, Robert L. Kemna. Miscellaneous — Merlyn A. Haag, Ledyard; Allen R. Hilde- baugh, Boone; Robert G. Kruse, Worthington, Minn.; Alvin E. Lundh, Ankeny; Wayne A. Pirsig, Elmore; Elizabeth Jean Wubben, Buffalo Center. Dr. Devine New At Whittemore Dr. and Mrs J. S. Devine and family have returned to Whitte- m'ore after an absence of two years during which time Dr. Devine was in the service in -the medical department, on naval duty attached to the Marine Corps. Their household goods have reached Whittemore and Dr. Devine has resumed his practice. He first went to Whittemore in 1949, and two years ago left for service in the Marine Corps. He was stationed at San Diego for a time and later on the USS Cavaliere, an attack transport, on the commodore's staff, and in Japan. Later he was at San Francisco, and received the rank of Lieutenant Commander. The Devine family with their four children are already settled in their own home which they rented while away. Old Time Song Contest! How Many Do You Know? "Bullon Up Your Overcoat!" "That Certain Parly!" "Ain't She Sweet?" "I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm!" Yes, dear reader, your Upper Des Moines writer, assigned lo this story, got moonstruck over song titles, especially over some of Ihe "oldies" like he used in starting off Ihis news article. For this writer is attempting to tell you aboui the completely unusual and sentimental "Know Your Songs Contest" that should have area music lovers in a dither. When? Right this very week. There'll be some very special music in the air four days this week, and iffen you know your songs, and can identify them by name when you hear them played, well, who knows? . . . you might walk off wilh a very luscious prize! How lo find out about it? Just turn to the full page in this issue of the Upper Des Moines, where you'll learn in a jiffy how "The Best Things In Life Are Free", and how four friendly local firms, Kossuife Radio & Television, Post Trans- • _ ^ fer & Storage, the Algona Hotel, and "Suds yer Duds" ' : assisted by the Algona Theatre, Radio Station KLGA, and the Algona Upper Des Moines, are bringing them to you. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By 'Ol Man Mose Three ca*h winners in the Grid (Suessers conlesl had io <j6 against Iheir own home team, picking Michigan to beat Iowa, but it helped them into the charmed circle of prise awards. First place went lo W. W. Gillespie, second to Mrs Henry Holland and third lo Kenneth Bunkofske, all with 16 games picked correctly. Gillespie won with a high game total of 64; the high game total actually was 101 points in the Army-Colgate battle (who'd a thunk it?) Our apologies for two "boo-boos" on the football page last week — we forgot to get the "A & M" after the Arkansas vs. Texas (A & M) line, and dropped out the Minnesota- Pittsburg contest by mishap. Games this week were checked for winners on the basis of the 19 games only. Just out of the winners circle, also with 16 right, were Sig Wood and Joe Lynch Sr. both of Algona. Honor Roll with 15 right — Tom Kenefick, Mrs Marie Kunt, Mrs R, Moe, R. R. Moe, Orville Kinden, Mrs Walt Hagen, Loren Hahle, Bob McMahon, B. J. Bradford, Mrs B. J. Bradford, E. R. Mawdsley, Donald E. Johnson, Gene Abbott, all of Algona; Marvin Bellinger, Larry Sorensen, Keith Bellinger, Mrs Carville Jensen, Ted Jensen, Kenneth Walter, all of Fenton; Arnold D. Andreasen, Minneapolis; Bob Klepper, West Bend; Mrs L. L. Mongar, Omaha; Kenneth Sarchet, Burt; Jim McDonnell, Whittemore. All alone, on the Mourner's Bench for the week, with 13 games wrong, is Mrs Donald Johnson of Algona. Better luck this week, Mrs Johnson. The week's games will be found on the regular football guessing page in the paper today. Is Candidate As Rhodes Scholar Iowa City — State University of Iowa candidates for Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford University in 1957-58 are James L. Kelley, senior from Algona and Wayne Lee Billings, junior from Waterloo. With candidates from other Iowa colleges and universites, they will meet with the state selection committee Dec. 12 in Des Moines. From this meeting, two Iowa candidates will be named to compete with 10 other candidates from five other states for the four scholarships of the region. America will send a total of 32 young men to Oxford next October in the 53rd year of the scholarships under the provisions of the will of Cecil Rhodes, British empire builder and statesman. Selection is made on bases of scholarship, leadership, character and physical vigor as shown by fondness for and success in sports. The son of Dr. and Mrs Norbert J. Kelley of Algona, Kelley is "majoring" in the humanities, the new interdepartmental pro- ftram of the SUI college of liberaL arts: He attended St. John's University in Collegevillc, Minn, during his freshman year. Buy Wesley Home Wesley — Mr and Mrs Burnette Hartley recently purchased the Mrs Dorothy Snook residence and moved from the Earl Ward house last week. Swea City Tot, 8 Months Dies Swea City—Services for Theresa Johnson, 8 months-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson of Swea Cily, were held Sat urday at 2 p.m. at the Curtis Funeral Home in Swea City. Rev S. Hammer officiated and burial was in Harrison twp. cemetery. The little girl had been troubled with heart disease since birth She died at 4 n.m. last Thursday, I despite efforts of the resuscitator crew from the Swea City fire department lo revive her. Surviving are the parents, a brother Douglas, age two, and grandparents, Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson and Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredsen of Swea City. VOTE FOR HENRY SCHEPPMAHN For Supervisor - 1st District INDEPENDENT TICKET — As chairman of the Board of Supervisors he has enacted and is carrying on a long range, comprehensive road program. This is the most enterprising road program ever adopted by an Iowa County. — In his district alone in the last 8 years, 134 miles of road has been built to permanent grade, 157 miles of graveling, 52 miles of stabilized road base in preparation for asphalt mat, and 48 miles of permanent type asphalt. - THERE ARE MORE MILES OF BLACKTOP IN THE SEVEN TOWNSHIPS OF THE FIRST DISTRICT THAN IN ALL FIVE COUNTIES ADJOINING KOSSUTH. This has been done without any tax increase. — As chairman of the board, Scheppmann has carefully watched all county expenditures, so these improvements could be made. — A vote for Scheppmann on the Independent Ticket assures you of continued acceleration in road building, Economy in county government and improvement in all phases of county business. — Many of Scheppmann's friends regret that they didn't go to the polls last Primary Election day. Vote Nov. 6 for the Independent Candidate For Supervisor, 1st District Henry SCHEPPMANN so that we may continue the county team that has given Kossuth County more permanent blacktop miles of road than any other six counties in Iowa. Debate On Sales Tax Fizzles Out ,- T3fe Dewel-Ridout debate fizzled -about zis fast as it was born. A week ago, incumbent Senator D. E. Dowel, Republican, challenged his Democratic opponent for state senator, Bud N. Ridout, Democrat, to a debate and Ridout accepted. Each candidate was to name three men to .selec'. a site for the debate suitable to both parties. Dcwel said he waived the matter of appointing ".seconds" but a time and place were not mutually agreed upon and this matter dropped by the wayside as the election neared. The two candidates differ on the sales tax- and state reapportionment. Dowel voted both for and against the increase in the sales tax, and favors reapportipnment of state legislative districts on the basis of population which would give cities in Iowa greatei representation in the legislature. Kiclout stands flatly for return to the 2% sales tax and is againsl apportionment, which he say? vould be harmful to the smaller cities and towns and the rural areas, in that they would lose representation to the cities. The present Vi cent sales tax increase, voted by the last session of the legislature, expire? Juno 30, 1957. Its renewal or death will be decided by ihe next legislature, as well as other tax increase recommendations pending until after the election. New Pontiacs, Olds Here Friday The new car model showings — the 1957 Oldsmobiles and 1957 Pnntiacs — are scheduled to open on Friday of this week in AlRona, with the two auto dealers providing "special treats" to go atong witn new model unveilings. Also, both dealers are located within a block of one another, so visitors may conveniently 'lake in" both. On Friday morning, .Dau's — Olds at Dodge and Nebraska streets will draw the curtain on its new 1957 line of Oldsmobiles, announced as exhibiting the most sweeping model changes in 20 years. As stated by Bill Dau, Sr., "the body is new, the chassis is heavier and wider, the car is lower, and as a matter of fact, Oldsmobile spent twice as much for this model change as any time in the last 20 years." The Dau's also announce they will serve free coffee and doughnuts to all visitors. Also on Friday morning, the J957 Pontiacs will go on display at Ernie Williams Pontiac-Cadillac, across from the courthouse. According to Ernie, interest this year centers around a complete new V-8 engine, and such innovations as a swallow-tail steering wheel, and a missile outline of stainless steel on the car's sides, plus lower silhouette. As a treat to showroom visitors on Friday, Ernie is offering fifty free door prizes. More new model details are given by local dealers elsewhere in today's Upper Des Moines. Postoffice To Close Nov. 12 The Algona Post Office will be closed all day Monday. Nov. 12 which is observed because Armistice Day falls on Sunday. There will be no delivery of mail in the city or country. No windows will be open but all incoming and outgoing mail will be worked as usual. The lobby will be opened from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 1 Africa is commonly called the "dark continent." Augusta Baack Burial, Titonka Titonka — Funeral services were held at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Titonka, Wednesday, Oct. 31 for Augusta Baack, 66, Charles City resident for the past five years, who died at the Cedar Valley Hospital Saturday morning. Death was attributed to cancer. She was a one time resident of the surrounding Titonka. The Rev. H. A. Diers, pastor, officiated and burial was at the church cemetery. Mrs Baack was born Aug. 31, 1890 in Winnebago County, the daughter of Caroline and August Brandt. She was educated in a rural school near Titonka. On April 16, 1914, she was married to Paul W. Baack at Woden. Survivors include four sons, August Baack, Charles City; John Aruuir, and Walter, all of Carter, Mont.; one daughter, Mrs Sanford Slatenow, Waterloo; nine grandchildren; one brother, Henr" BravH of Forest City; four sisters, Mrs Emil Baack, St. Paul, ....mi.; Mrs John Van Laven, Woden; Mrs Oscar Johnson, Bul- ialo Center, and Mrs Otto Freund of Fairmont, Minn. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Clara, and a brother, William. She was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran church in Titonka. NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., phone 1100, Algona. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Nov. 9 RAY STOLZENBERG Sunday, Nov. 11 ARTKIRMSE Friday, Nov. 16 SPIKE HASKELL Sunday, Nov. 18 J/TNN KERNS Thursday, Nov. 22 Thanksgiving Dance DON HOY •'i No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 80 Relatives At Wesley Dinner Wesley — Mr and Mrs John Woig celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday, Oct. 28, with a family dinner for 80 relatives in the parish hall, followed by open house. Their 8 children were present. They are Joe, Ed, Ray, John and Eugene of Wesley; Mrs (Mary) Joe Drumner of Livermorc, Mrs (Viola) Joe Drummer of Clarion, Mrs (Theresa) Ed Drummer of Clarion. Weigs have 25 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. All' were present for the occasion eJt- cept 1 grandson who is in army service. KILLED Andy Engelby, 70, was killed in a corn picker accident near Manly recently. As he attempted, to clean the rolls, his scarf was {.•aught and he was drawn into the machine, strangling him and breaking his neck. HAPPY DAYS I COMING Friday & Saturday NOVEMBER 9 AND 10 AT FOSTER'S WATCH FOR THE BIG NEWS! Continue Progress, Economy and a Fine Road Prog (Sponsored and paid for by Friends of Henry Schupprnann) ram FRI., NOV. 9lh KENNY HOFER JACK COLE And Orchestra MOW., NOV. 12th M. C. Policeman's Ball JULES HERMAN & ORCH. TUES., NOV. 131h Farmers Fall Feslival Sponsored by the C, L. Chamber of Commerce FRI., NOV. 16lh Turkey Jamboree FLOYD WARREN And His Ramblers ENLY, DANCES Legion Ballrqom BANCROFT Armistice Day Dance SUNDAY, NOV. llth DON SHAW And His Orchestra FIREMAN'S BALL Friday, Nov. 16th FRANK JONAS And His Orchestra OLD TIME DANCE Tuesday, Nov. 20th Nation's No. 1 Polka Band SIX FAT DUTCHMEN For Boolh Reservation Call 4101 PLYM Never lias a car stirred up »o inurli CM •itement . . . so soon! But no wonder . . . suddenly PKmnuili Ii.i- leaped thn'c julL years uhciid of the low-price held! Uniy the l'J('i()-nc\v Plymouth Lrin^i you revolutionary new 1 m -inn-Aire "floating" ride . . . Klicht-Sweep Styling, the dramatic new .-hapo ftf motion ,.. exhilarating sports-ear h'jmlliug . .. treiueiidou* new power for safely from the fabulous Fury "301" V-8, siipei-pnuered up to 235 hp . .. new super-safe Total Contact Brakes . . . and Push-Button Driving with fully automatic 3-speed Torquel-'lite transmission. 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