The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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I KEPT COOL. THIS WAY, ONCE; 'COURSE. I WOUND UP IN JAIL AND THEY DON'T AlR CONDITION JAILS. EVER TRY KF.EPINQ COOL THIS WAY? IT'LL DO THE JOB, BUT IT GETS EXPENSIVE... PEOPLE r»v\Y STARE. AT YOU. I CAN KEEP MY FACE COOL THIS WAV. BUT MAN, MY ARMS SURE GET TIRED Thursday, June 30 6-Algona, (la.) Upper D« Moine, DIDN'T REALIZE SUCH COM«?«T EXISTED UN1U WE BOUGHT OUR NEW FROM EP JVOLF -TO- 68 In Special Summer Class, Corwith-Wesley WESLEY - The Corwith-Wesley Community school's summer reading program is finishing its fourth week of operation. Sixty- eight students are taking part In the instructional program. The lessons started June G. They will have a long weekend vacation over the fourth of July and will finish July 12. • The students were selected from the total student population living within the Corwith-Wesley Community school district. Two students normally attend the St. Benedict school; 25 attend St. Joseph's in Wesley; 5 attend Garrlgan and 36 attend Corwith- Wesley Community school. The staff members are Mrs. Discher, Mrs. Neswold, Mrs. Rockwood, Mrs. Bleich and Mrs. Swan son. The program Is financed by a $17,220 grant from the Federal government under the Elementary and Secondary Act. The public Is invited to stop in and see the program inaction. The staff feels this a unique and different approacli to the teaching of reading. - o Miss Dorothy Seaberg, DeKalb, m., was a recent visitor at Geo. Seabergs, Lou Simpsons, Dwlght Seabergs, Marie Starquist and Joe Skows. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaberg were June 19 weekend guests in the home of their son, David Seaberg and family in Burling- ton. The latter family live noar ttio very beautiful Crapo Park at Burlington. David Is engineer at the Case Co. Enroute home the Wesleyans visited Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seaberg at Ames, where Philip will graduate from Iowa State University July 7. Marilyn Helling, daughter of the Rich Helllngs, came home from Iowa City Wednesday, and left Friday night by plane from Des Molnes for Colorado Springs, Colo. She will attend school at St. Francis hospital. Mrs. Kalhorlne Welnlmont of Breda and Don Rawe of Carroll were weekend guests of their sister, Mrs. Rich Reiling and family. The Wesley Wizards 4-H Club met June G at the home of Shirley and Bonnie Becker. They planned a cook-out. Barbara Larson and Diane Larson gave demonstrations. Mrs. Arvln Larson gave a leader's presentation. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Becker. Mrs. H. B. Raun of Emmons, Minn., visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. L. Lease, June 19-22. She returned home with a sister-in-law, Mrs. Ed Gesme of Lake Mills and Mrs. M. O. Hall of Hanlontown, who came to visit Wednesday afternoon. On Sunday the 19th the annual family picnic was held in the Hanlontown park, which was attended by 70. Mrs. Anna Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith of New Hartford spent Tuesday with Henry Shore. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ward of Mason City visited his uncle, Henry Shore one day recently. St. Joseph's Guild met Tuesday evening June 21. Hazel Studer, Erma Kunz, Helen Koppen, Mary Richter and Maud Studer gave D. C. C. W. reports. A tape on "Love and Marriage" CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Mountain ne»r Olympus 5. Tax 9. Loan 10. Spoken ll.Drosa 12. Picked off enemy soldiers U.SIng In a way 15. Own 18. Lindbergh'* book 17. Ratify 19. Bog: 20. Possessive pronoun 21. Gem atones 23. Broke bread 24. Informer 23. Emphasizes 28. Samarium: «ym. 30. Scoreboard trio 31. Natural abilities 33. Higher 34. Contradict 35. Diving bird 36. Unfurl 38. Cans 39. Ground 40. Droop 41. Female sheep 42. Hardy heroine DOWN 1. Interest 2. BiulneM decline 3. Symbolic uncle 4. Affirmative 5. Contrarily 6. Clinton's ditch 7. Weaken 8. Swung around 11. False 12. Keep 13. Cave, cavern, nest, etc. 15. Houses and gardens, for Instance 18. Network 19. Soar 22. Church part 23. Orinoco tributary 25. Paris coins 28. Tumble down 27. Grit 28. Feats 29. Questions 32. Claws 34. Sand hill 37. Uncooked 38. Tether 40. Unit of mass: abbr. 20 i* W 41 TT & was played. Bridge and 500 was played. Prize winners were Margaret Root, Pauline Pfeffer, Rose Hauptly and Francis Weber. Helen Johnson's name was drawn for door prize. Circle 5 served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and Kathy were June 19 guests in the Jerry Judge home in Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Judge of Boone were also guests in their son's home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Froehlich of Pensacola, Fla., spent three days recently with his father, Charles Froehlich and other relatives. A family picnic was held in the city park in their honor. Those who attended were Mrs. Marie Ricke and the John Ricke family of Williams; the Kenneth Greins of Algona; Eugene Hubers and Charles of Algona; Mrs. Bob Dietrick and children, Whittemore; Leonard and Carl Froehlichs and Charles Froehlich. The Wilfred Beckers joined a large group of relatives at the annual Spangler reunion held June 19 in the West Bend park. Esther Hildman, daughter of the John Hildmans, had a tonsil- lectomy in the Britt hospital Wednesday. Msgr. Zeno Reising of Alton was a Father's Day guest in the home of his brother, Andrew Reising and family. The Maurice Laubenthals attended the wedding of a cousin, Thomas Borman, and Joyce Montag at St. Peter's and Paul's Catholic church in West Bend, June 11. The groom is a son of the John Bormans of St. Joe and his bride is a daughter of the Leo Montags of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Laubenthal attended a Twins-Cleveland baseball game in Minneapolis June 4. The Oscar Monsons were June 19 guests in the home of her brother, the Vernon Smiths in Waterloo. The Maurice Laubenthals joined a large group of relatives at a family picnic at the farm home of the Andrew Laubenthals on Father's Day. Sister Michalene of Milwaukee spent last week with her sister and family, the Kenneth Ras- mussens at Forest City, and with their father, Vic Loebig, who is a heart patient in the Rasmussen home. She also visited her mother, Vi Loebig, in the Westview rest home at Britt and with other relatives. The John Loebigs of Ankeny spent Father's Day with his father, Vic Loebig and with other relatives. The John Loebigs will move soon to Iowa Falls. Mrs. Ed Ramus of LuVerne spent several days last week in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Irwin Hildman and family. Thursday callers in the Clarence Aitcheson home were Mrs. Gayle Williams and Sherri of Templeton, Calif., and Mrs. Fay Geibel of Corwith. Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained her contract bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Forburger was a guest. Mrs. Orville Smith entertained the ladies of the Neighborhood Birthday Club at a coffee party Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vitzthum Mr. and Mrs. LeRoyGrandgenett and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Algona spent last week on a fishing trip to northern lakes. A 5 Ib. northern was caught by Mrs. Vitzthum. Thursday evening guests in the Merlin Studer home in honor of the first birthday of Susie and the third birthday of Renita were their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer. Father Luke Becker of Pilot Grove, Mo. and Anton Becker of St. Joe were Wednesday evening supper guests in the Tom Becker home. The Irwin Hildmans were Father's Day guests of her par- ents, the Ed Ramus' at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Art Blunt of Mountain Grove, Mo., spent the June 11 weekend in the Seefeld home. Mrs. Leo Bleich is offering her house and some household goods for sale. Mr. Bleich passed away June 14. Her plans are indefinite at this time._ J) YORKflr/ves you real all-purpose grain drying usefulness. The York Grain Drying System gives you the best buy for each dollar invested. With York you'll handle your grain drying chores faster, easier and with less grain damage. The York System was proved on the farm ... designed and engineered by grain drying specialists. Come in today for a demonstration. YORK GRAIN DRYING AND HANDLING SYSTEMS ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3501 ANOTHER LOCAL FARMER TAKES ADVANTAGE OF THERMOGAS ECONOMICAL POWER EVERYONE'S INVITED TO THE t c i ( t c t t t ! [ t I ( • t t ( ( C < t ( [ BEGINNING AT 9:30 P.M. AT THE KOSSUTH CO. FAIRGROUNDS ALGONA OHDAY, JULY 4 NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST FIREWORKS DISPLAY CONCERT BY ALGONA MUNICIPAL BAND PRECEDING FIREWORKS THIS ANNUAL EVENT IS SPONSORED BY THE ALGONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AS A MEANS OF SAYING "THANK YOU" TO THE PATRONS OF OUR MANY BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS. PICTURED HERE WITH HIS SUPER M FARM ALL LP TRACTOR IS VERN MULLER, WHO, ALONG WITH HIS BROTHER ORVILL E, FARMS 680 ACRES NEAR WHITTEMORE. VERN SAYS OF THEIR THERMOGAS POWERED LP TRACTOR: "As we had purchased a Continuous Flow Grain Dryer, and was in need of another tractor, we decided the ideal set-up would be an LP tractor, which would fit right in with the dryer operation. We purchased this Super M just this Spring, and have been very happy with its performance and economy. We have been well satisfied with the service we receive from Thermogas of Algona, and would recommend it to anyone who uses LP gas." MORE AND MORE POWER AND PROFIT MINDED FARMERS ARE EVERYDAY SWITCHING TO THERMOGAS POWERED LP TRACTORS. THE ADVANTAGES ARE TOO GREAT TO BE IGNORED, FIND OUT ALL THE FACTS HERE AND NOW! Thermogas Of Algona So. Phillips St. Where you always g*t "BLUE CARPET" Service I NOTHING INTERRUPTS YOUR THERMOGAS SERVICE Ph. 295-2841

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