The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
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2-Algeria, (la.) Upper Ott Mohwt THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1966 MR. AND MRS. Dick Mittag and family, Jefferson, have been guests of UK former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson. MRS. NEL8 Anderson eater* talned her bridge club, Oct. 18. MR. AND MRS. ED Hagg and Hugh Black and Louise, Jimmie and Carolyn spent Sunday at New Haven with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Toledorf and family. Mrs.Tols- dorf is the former Dorothy Hagg. MRS. FRANCES Moe went to Sioux City Monday for a visit with her daughter Jane and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Stein, and from there will go to Omaha, Neb. to visit her daughter Shirley and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mongar. ELLEN CARLSON has had word of the death of Mrs. Marshal Brown, nee Edna Johnson, former Algonan and sister of Bertha Johnson, who for many years held a Kossuth county office. After leaving here, Bertha joined her sister at Cedar Rapids where they operated a rest home. Mrs. Brown was to have had surgery soon but died Saturday of a heart attack. LORETTA CONDON of Pasadena, Calif., has been visiting her sister, Alice Condon, for the past ten days. They both spent some time touring Iowa to enjoy seeing autumn coloring and visiting another sister Mrs. M. J. O'Legry at Manson and other relatives at Fort Dodge and Carroll. MRS. THEODORE Hutchison has returned from a visit In Des Molnes with her son Ted and family and will be leaving soon for San Jose, Calif, to be with her son-in-law and daughter, John and Sue Carroll and family. MRS. KATHRYN Mahoney has been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lillie of New Jersey who ateo visited Mrs..RuthSch- • rauth at Whittemore and relatives at Bancroft. MR. AND MRS. Herbert Haas have had Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gay, San Diego, Calif., as guests. MR. AND MRS. Chester Wllley are expecting the latter's mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Helle from Lansing, for a visit in the very near future. MR. AND MRS. August Slagle had as guests Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peck, Mason City, cousins of Mrs. Slagle. MRS. FERN Foster was visited Wednesday by relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kemper, Arlington, who had been at Shelby, S. D. visiting relatives. MARY ANN Sigsbee took her grandmother, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, to Spencer Saturday and from there Mrs. Sigsbee went to Lincoln, Neb. to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp drove to Spencer Wednesday to meet her and bring her home. MR. AND MRS. Alwin Huenhold had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jacobson of Manchester who were enroute to visit friends at Fairmont. Mr. Jacobson was Jeweler for A. H. Borchardt when he was in the drug business here. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Goecke have been visited by the latter's brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stangl, Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tluus Kenne, Deadham, Another guest Sunday was Mr. Goecke's sister, Agnes Goecke, who teaches in the school system at Spencer. MRS. W. A. Hardy has been visited by her son, Robert, wife Donna and daughter Jolene, Minot, N. D., her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lundquist, Rochester, Minn., and son, Steve Hardy, who attends the Mankato State College, Minn. MRS. £PNA Harr has returned from a recent vi&it of a few days at Livennore with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing and family. MRS. MARIE Hawcott, Bess Hopkins and Lee Hopkins are being visited a tew days by their sister Ada, Mrs. James Bailey, Mason City, who came Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Gene Heimer were visited over the weekend by their daughter, Shirley, who attends Mankato, Minn. Commercial College. MR. AND MRS. John Hopkins spent the weekend in Des Molnes where John visited some of his war buddies. They returned home via Ames where they visited their daughter, Pamela, student at the State University. She Is majoring in English. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood spent the weekend at Minneapolis, with their daughter, Mary Jean, who Is teaching fourth grade in the school system. EVELYN CADY recelvedacaU Sunday from her cousin, Mrs. Herbert Hierulff, nee Gayle Henderson, Pomona, Calif., that a daughter was born to her and her husband, Oct. 13. She has been named Xathryn and weighed six pounds, five ounces. Mrs. Kierulff s parents are Mrs. Leeta Stebblns Henderson and the late Melvin Henderson. Mrs. Edna Stebbins is the infant's great- grandmother. MR. AND MRS. Oliver Bakken have been visited by their son, Kenneth, Long Beach, Calif., who was in this vicinity on business. JUDGE AND MRS. G. W. Stil- Iman spent the week-end at La Crosse, Wisconsin, where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones. MAYOR WILLIAM J. Finn and City Clerk David Smith attended a meeting of the Northwest Mayors Association Thursday evening at Spirit Lake. A GROUP OF Algonans attended the Iowa - Minnesota football game at Minneapolis. They included Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. James Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller^- -- MR. AND MRS. Brady Rovn spent Sunday at Fairmont, where they visited his brother, who is hospitalized there. MR. AND MRS. William F. Steele will spend this week-end at Cedar Falls, where they will visit their daughter, Sally, who is a Junior at State College of Iowa. They will attend the Homecoming activities throughout the week-end. MR. AND MRS. Randall Shierk and children of Minneapolis visited their respective parents, Mrs. C. C. Shierk and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn last week-end. CRISTI ANN LETT of Des Molnes, granddaughter of Bessie Jones was one of two attendants of the Fire Fighters at the opening of National Fire Prevention Week. One of the requirements was that the entrants be a red' head. MR. AND MRS. Larry Wicks spent two days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks, here. They recently returned from a 6-week trip to western Europe and are now planning to settle in the Chicago area. For the past three years, Larry has been associated with the business records center dlv. of Beacon's Van and Storage Co., Los Angeles. He will enter into partnership with several Los Angeles associates to establish a similar business in Chicago. Mrs. Seely Is Club Hostess The Plum Creek Woman's Club met Oct. 12 at the home of Mrs. Claude Seely, assisted by Mrs, Harvey Jergenson. Mrs. Wayne Keith h."4 the opening number. Towels and calendars were ordered from the blind. A program on safety was given by Mrs. Irene Kollasch. The next meeting will be Nov. 9 with Mrs. Ronald Gardner, assisted by Mrs. Carl Hutchins. The program will be in charge of Lela Gardner. Please bring your hobby. Bake Sole C.D.A. Court 883 will hold their annual fall bake sale at Hoods' Super Valu Oct. 22, starting at 9 a.m. LaVou Goodman and Mary Jane Haverly are in charge. All members from A to M are asked to donate articles to the sale. LuVerne Girl In ROTO Angel Flight TifonkanWeds California Girl Oct. 1 AMES, IOWA - These Iowa State University coeds, members of O'Neil Angel Flight of the Air Force ROTC unit, make up the Angel Flight F-2 Area Staff which is responsible for eight other Angel Flights from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln to the Illinois Institute of Technology In Chicago. Area headquarters is determined by majority vote of the eight Angel Flight units and the headquarters remain at the selected school for two years. This is the second year it has been at Iowa State University. Front row, left to right, are Jane Smith, executive officer with rank of major, Springville; Helen Anderson, operations officer with rank of captain, Hudson, S. D.; Vivian Voelker, commander with rank of lieutenant colonel, Ames. Baok row, left to right, Rae Ann Brink, administrative officer with rank of captain, LuVerne; Jane Boling, information officer with rank of captain, Clarendon Hills, 111.; Suzanne Baker, comptroller with rank of captain, Livingston, N. J. Hicks Retires From NW Bell After 40 Years H. B. HICKS H. B. Hicks has retired from Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. here with over 40 years of service, according to a company announcement. He ended his telephone career as service supervisor at Algona. A native of Omaha, Hicks Joined Northwestern Bell at Council Bluffs In 1925 as a tester In the maintenance department. He transferred to the same position at Red Oak in 1929 and returned to Council Bluffs as a tester in 1932. Hicks came to Algona in 1937 as an installer-repairman and in 1951 was named service supervisor. Active in civic and community activities, Hicks Is a member of the Chamber of Commerce. The Hicks have two children, Mrs. Jane Doocy, Bancroft, and David, 22, who has just returned home from serving in the Air Force. They belong to the First Presbyterian church here. Hicks and his wife, Helen, plan to remain in Algona. Halloween Window Paint Display, Oct. 29 The annual Halloween window decorating contest sponsored by the Algona Lions Club for Algona has been set for Saturday, Oct. 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those who wish to paint windows must register at the Chamber of Commerce office starting Oct. 24. The office is open daily 8 to 5, and Saturday 8 to noon. Painting of the windows must be done by 4 p.m. when judging will start. There are two groups, senior high and junior high, with three prizes in each group. Students in the public school and St. Cecelia and Garrigan grades 6 through 12 are eligible. Materials used for painting must be washable, and suggested in show card paint, or whiting colored with food coloring. No oil paints can be used. The Lions club will furnish the paint which can be picked up that morning at Hutzell's. Bring your own containers. There will be four places for poster displays which must be placed in the windows Saturday morning, Oct. 29. Set Meetings For 5-County School Plan Commercial clubs, church groups, women's clubs and var- _ lous other organizations haW *f- been invited to a meeting (either? f 1 at SL John's High School, Ban- '' croft, Oct. 24, or the Algona High School Annex Oct. 25, at 8 p.m.) for the purpose of discussing the proposed Area Community College and Vocational School, which will serve Kossuth, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet and Palo Alto counties. The Meetings are being sponsored by the Kossuth county board of education for the purpose of exploring the plan and answering any questions that might come up. The College and Vocational School set-up is designed to fill a need for post-high school education and will be financed through local taxes, tuition and state and federal money. A governing body, consisting of an area board of seven members to be elected by persons in the district, will formulate policies for the operation and will also employ an administrator, SQUASH • A giant 63-pound squash was grown by Detlef Prlen, Silver City and It was as tall as Mr. Prien's granddaughter, Kathy Jo Prlen, age three. JoAnne Hickman and Gregory Lee Miller were married Oct. 1 in a ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex E. Hickman, Tiburon, Calif. For the rite performed by the Rev. John Jefferson Canoles, the bride wore a white light wool suit. Her maid of honor was Arlene San Fillippo. Steven Hickman, the bride's brother, was best man for the bridegroom, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller of Titonka. The flower girl and ring bearer were Catherine and Kevin Cul pepper. A reception was held in the home following the wedding and the couple left for a honeymoon at Los Angeles. They will live in Titonka. JoAnne was graduated from Redwood High School. Gregory- was graduated from Titonka Consolidated School. Friends and relatives are invited to a reception for Greg and JoAnne to be held in the Titonka Methodist church Sunday, Oct. 16 from 2:30 to 5 p. m. Joe Vollmars Of Bancroft Back From Europe Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmar of Bancroft left August 4 for Europe from Mason City and made the trip overseas with the Royal Dutch Airlines from New York to Amsterdam. TURN THIS "WILDCAT" LOOSE IN YOUR CORNFIELDS! The all new Stan-Hoist Wildcat Shredder tears, chops, shreds, chews, cuts tough, heavy corn stalks to ribbons! Pull 66-inch cutting width. Adjustable rear doors place trash right where you want it. Won't windrow! Floating action allows "Wildcat" to ride, hug the ground better. Optional hitch allows you to turn on a dime ... no more need to worry about sharp turns! No knuckle bind or rattle! WE'LL DEMONSTRATE. JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA Wherever you go. home is a/ways within talking distance People on the go are finding public phones in the most unexpected places nowadays. It's part of Northwestern Bell's program of making handy phones available wherever you may be. After all, keeping in touch is an important part of everyone's life . . . and what better way ts there to keep in touch than with a quick, inexpensive phone call? NfirthlA/fiStPrn Rp|| They made a 3-day tour of London fcnd Windsor Castle, then flew back to Amsterdam and made a 4-day tour of Holland «Wch they enjoyed very much. They then flew to Cologne, Germany where they were met by Mr. Vollmar's three sisters and two brothers and visited with them and did a lot of sightseeing. They also made a chartered boat tour of the Rhine and Mosel rivers with the whole family. They report the trip very beautiful. With Maria Kottke, a sister of Mr. Vollmar, they made a nine day tour through Austria to Florence, Italy, then three days in Rome and Naples, on to Venice and then back to Germany. They left for home Oct. 7 and made the trip non-stop from Frankfurt to Chicago in nine hours with the Lufthansa. Good Neighbors Help Farmer In Swea Area SWEA - EAGLE - Friends and Neighbors joined to help in the harvesting of the soy bean crop on the Wendell Ditsworth farm Wednesday. Nine combines were on the Job, furnished by Everett Thorson, the' O'Oreen Brothers, Brones Brothers, Gunnard Larson, Reu- non Holcomb, Harvey C. Larson, Harvey L. Larson, Jim Koons, and Llnde Implement. Trucks were furnished by Art Kr&cht, R. 8. Mathers, Walter Magnusen and Harold Cf Green. VernLunnwas on hand from the Swea City Oil Co. to replenish fuel supplies. Other machinery and help were furnished by Art Larson, Ormal Gulnn, Frank Bauer, Jr., Ole Kvamsdale, William Tobin, Albert Anderson, Johnie Tobin, Earl Kvamsdale, Richard O*Green, Wallace Dawson, Russell Holm, Tom Hurlburt, Mancil Hurlburt, Walter Goraczkowskl, Sylvester Goraczkowksl, Paul Wlechmann, August Robinson, Ir- vln Smith, Walter O* Green Terry Johnson, Ralph Angle, Floyd Brekke, Junior Ellis and Arnold Duer. Neighbor ladles furnished and served the afternoon lunch, including Mmes. Ormal Gulnn, Paul Wiechmann, Walter Magnusen, Walter Goraczkowskl, Johnie Tobin, Lave me Larson, Warren Brones, Mancil Hurlburt Art Larsen, Irvin Smith, Art Kracht, R. S. Mather, Harvey C. Larsen, Albert Andersen, Junior Ellis, Gunnard Larson and William Tobin. BEN COOPER COSTUMES Their Favorite Characters From Story land-TV-Movies-Outer Space! Holy Halloween! It's time for little ghosts and goblins to don their mas-1 4 ^\ ^\ niiPrarlpd WP'I/P crnt thoir fat/nrito™ I Illliin querades! We've got their favorite styles in sizes 4 through 14. Halloween MASKS 1fi C I U UP •Funny Scary/ • Exciting Every type, every style, every size for fun on Halloween! Even TV characters! Carryall PUMPKIN 59c For holding their treats! 10-in. plastic with handle. SPOOK STICKS S9c • With Bulb! Keep goblins safe with lighted skull, maniac, pumpkin. STORE LOOT BAGS 10c Paper Cups, Plates Less work, more fun OC — with paper tableware. O3C Tablecloth, Napkins Festive accessories add to your party. and up Electric PUMPKINS 99* Just plug in, light up! 24 in. long cord. Christmas or clear bulb. PUMPKIN LAMP Spooky window decoration for Tricks-or-Treats. Trick 'n Treat CANDY 39c ib, Handy b-7s Favorite bars for goblins . : ': miniature, collect goodies | oubu.j , ..m, too! BOMGAARS V DOWNTOWN STORE AND DUNN'S SURE-SAVE

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