The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 3, 1966
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

6-Algona (la.) Upp.r DM Main., Thunday, Nov. J, 1966 AT THE ALGONA THEATRE STARTING THURSDAY **.»*»* OLUMN There are maAy collection hobbies, and one that seems to have caught hold with many, and a hobby that basically is not an expensive one, is described In the latest issue of Collectors News, published at Grundy Center, Iowa. Itis "Deckelating". Deckelatlng is the fine and lively art of acquiring, studying, mounting, and, in general, going slightly mad over deckels, And what's a deckel? The term is German (in which language it's capitalized) and translated Into English comes out as mat (the British term) or coaster (American). Deckels, or coasters, are the brightly colored little disks and squares that go beneath glasses to catch the drippings, "Most coaster collectors in the American service communities in Germany," explains Captain Maynard, "prefer the term 'deckel* to 'coaster'. Maybe it's sentiment. 'Deckel' is a name that brings back some nice memories of those inns and beer gardens where deckel hunting in Germany is, naturally, best." Maynard, who returned from Germany in 1961, has switched over the American term. How did coaster collecting start? "It probably started back in the 19th century when Robert Sputh printed the first coaster," Maynard believes. The time-honored collections of stamps and coins have received their share of publicity, but there are many forms of hobby collecting that Involve very little expense - match boxes or cards, for instance, Right in Algona there is one gentleman who Is a collector of Horatio Alger books, once a household item, now a rarity. Old posters, oldtime advertisements, firearms, Indian relics - all are increasingly popular with collectors. If you have an Interesting hobby, this corner would be glad to hear about it. meeting was held in the high school gym at Titonka Tuesday evening. Office personnel, directors and their wives and many stockholders attended. - o- HOST REGENTS C.D.A. will entertain officers and past Grand Regents of Algona, Whlttemore, West Bend, Bancroft, St. Joe and St. Benedict, Nov. 8. On the serving committee are Sara Raney, Rosalie Studer, Mildred Cosgrove, Linda Flaherty, Irene Hanig, Rosemary Stott, Helen Koppen, Marcella Studer, Esther Reising, Janice Erdman, Marjorle Goetz, and Mathilda Matz. On entertainment are Pauline Pfeffer, Dorothy Becker, Mathilda Goetz, Irene Peterson, Bernnle Hamilton, Helen Youngwirth, Josie Uckteig, Ruth Lick- telg, Blanche Rasmussen, Rosalie Bonavia, Lucille Nelson and Rita Youngwirth. - o Charles Price was brought home Oct. 22 from the Britt hospital where he had been following a heart attack. Jerry Blain was brought home Thursday from the Britt hospital where he had an appendectomy. Jeannine Ackerson entertained her bridge club, Oct. 24. Pauline Pfeffer won high score prize. Betty Bode will entertain the club Nov. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer visited Dan and Vicki in Cedar Rapids, Oct. 23, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arn- dorfer and Dan of Cedar Rapids, who spent the weekend at home, were Sunday guests in the Jim Walmsley home in Webster City. The Doughan's granddaughter, Dawn Ann Walmsley received her first Holy Communion that morning. A baby girl, weighing 9 pounds, 2 ounces, was born Oct. 18 to the Wendell Christensens in St. Ann hospital, Algona. She has been named Suzanne Marie. The Christensens now have a family of three sons and two daughters. AUTO RACING FANS ALGONA SEE "SNNOUT" THURS. - FRI, - SAT,, NOV. 3-4-5 Klvl* Prpulcy fplx nrI for lht> rxclHng aiiln raff irlilch cllntaxo* the *t«ry "/ "Mplnotit," hi» nrit 1 .Wi.'.V ratuatttlc cnmrily with »ong*, Co*»tarrpil in thp lilp caul of thp Panavtflon and color attraction are Shelley f'aharen, Deltorah ft'oUry, l)tant> McOain, Jack Mnllanry, In// Iliilchlnn, Warren lffrHn/n>r, Jimmy Hiiu'MiiK, l)oifli> Marnhall, Una Merkel, Cecil Kellntvav and Carl Hot*, The Jilm (rifror/iirpn n jmratlp of unit' melodict. Wesley Cub Scouts Get Awards WESLEY - A Cub Scout pack meeting was held in the Legion hall Wednesday evening with Cub Master Cletus West presiding. Philip Shellenberg was awarded a Bobcat pin; Mike and Tom Bode, Dennis Ackerson, Tom Loeblg, Mark Heard and Mike West were awarded Bear Badges; Mike Klein and Tom Bode, Gold Arrows; Ronnie and Bob Helling and Mark Klein Silver Arrows. Den 3 had charge of the open- Ing ceremony; Den 2 had the closing ceremonies and Den I had charge of the entertainment. Lunch served by Den 3. The next pack meeting will be Nov. 30. SCHOOL EVENTS Corwith-Wesley Music Mothers met Nov. 1 at Corwith at 8 p.m. The high school seniors will have their pictures taken Nov. 3. The school will have a car- nival Nov. 5 at Corwith. The fall music contest will be held at 8 p.m. Nov. 6. P.T.A. will meet at Corwith NOY 9 at 8 p.m. There will be no school Nov. 11, A parent - teachers conference is to be held at Forest City, - o - HOLD BANQUET Eight Past Grand Regents of the local C.D.A. Court enjoyed a banquet at Van's Cafe Algona Wednesday evening. They were Hazel Studer, Mildred Arndorfer, Pauline Pfeffer, Minnie Bleich, Mary Bode, Maude Studer, Erma Kunz and Clara Erdman. Following the banquet, they were entertained at the home of Marie Kunz, a member of the local court and also a past grand regent. Two past grand regents, Tracy Ward of Titonka and Viola Loeblg, were unable to attend. Nellie Van Allen of Algona, state president, was In attendance. . o ANNUAL MEETING The K £ H Oil Co. annual »o iYe t f «tYi^bYaVvTol movie ] clock LlHOOi»OOOB 0000 THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete program begins: 7:009:00 p. m. Saturday Matinee 1:30 p. m. "Spinout" - 7:41 11:15 p, m. Matinee - 2:08 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete program begins 1:00- 3:45- 6:30-9:15 p. m. "HowToStealAMillion"- 1:41 - 4:26 - 7:11 - 9:23 p. m. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete program begins 7:00 9:22 p. m. "How To Steal A Million" - 7:18 - 9:45 p. m. SUN, - MON. TUES. NOVEMBER 6-7 WED. 8-9 HCPBUIUl anD peieR O'TOOLe GIVE A LESSON IN LOVE AND LARCENY IN WILLIAM ' WYLER'S HOW TO STcat f^^^^^^^^ii^ g^ miLLion THRUS, - FRI, - SAT, NOVEMBIR 3.4.5 MATINEE SAT, • 1i30 P.M. ALGONA w'sthhisfooton ihegasQndno This team is determined to STOP HIGHER TAXES! MILLS SYNHORST SMITH MURRAY AWTRY LIDDY TURNER BILL. MURRAY for Governor Max Mllo Mills for Lt. Governor Melvln D. Synhorst for Sec. of State Lloyd R. Smith for Auditor Dale Awtry for Treasurer L. B. Llddy for Sec. of Agriculture Richard C. Turner for Atty. General By NOT using big taxes to build a big surplus, and by streamlining Iowa government to save $10 million a year. By leading the legislature toward sound programs that accomplish the goals lowans seek, not extravagant schemes. By using his many years of experience as Secretary of State to provide topnotch service at low dollar cost. By employing qualified accountants to work with uniform accounting procedures where possible in state, city and school audits. By keeping Iowa tax money in Iowa, where it will stimulate the Iowa economy through reinvestment. By employing trained, professional specialists to efficiently serve lowans and encourage close farm-industry cooperation. By not using his office for expensive, politically motivated legal actions, such as opposing subdistricting. IT'S A REPUBLICAN YEAR VOTE KSM AND SAVE YOUR MONEY Republican State Central Committee, Robert Ray, Chairman PUBLIC AUCTION 1-JwElM tj^^^e^^*^ ^EE^^^^^^^. Jp^^^e^e^^eW lE^^^V .TS^^t^.. * ^BBK»M.tHH!^r . .•• • ..-••*.,.. <••*! «..•-••, < ».«v..,. — * • - ^T^n ...•.*»* A« I have decided to quit farming, I will held a public auction on the farm located V* mile north and 2 mile* east and % mile north of Lone Rock or from Mrt, 3 mHee wwt on Lone Rock black top and l»/4 miles north or 4 miles south and 3 miles west and V* mile south of Bancroft on: Thursday, Nov. 10 SaUTim*-1:00 P.M. 37 - HEAD OF LIVESTOCK - 37 INCLUDING EIGHT AYRSHIRE COWS Cow No. 1 Cow No. 2 Cow No. 3 Cow No. 4 Cow No. 5 Cow No. 6 Sally • due Nov. 10, 3rd calf Penny • due Jan. 12, 4th calf Queen • fresh Oct. 16, 5th calf Mae • fresh July 30, 2nd calf, Bred back Nellie - fresh Aug. 14, 2nd calf, Bred back Cindy - fresh Aug. 13, 1st calf, Bred back Cow No. 7 Freckles - fresh July 4, 4th calf, Bred back Cow No. 8 Kate - fresh June 2nd, 2nd coif, Bred back Above cows will be TB and Bangs Tested. 2 — Yearling Heifers • Open 1 — Short Yearling Heifer • Open 1 - Bull Calf 7 - HOGS Purebred Duroc Sows, Bred to Purebred Duroc Boar. Due to farrow last part of Nov. or first part of Dec. Vaccinated and Tested. 17 - Feeder Pigs, 75-100 Ibs. 1 — Purebred Duroc Boar. MACHINERY 1954 John Deere 60 Tractor, Live Hydraulic and P.T.O. 1951 John Deere B Tractor, complete with John Deere 2 Mow Cultivator, 1949 M-M R Tractor Starter, Hydraulic and P.T.O. with 2 Row Cultivator and Cylinder. John Deere 4 Row Cultivator, Quick Toteh, 21 Sweeps, John Deere 490 Corn Planter with Fertilizer, A-1 shape always been shedded. John Deere 15' Disc John Deere Manure Spreader John Deere Running Gear, new tires Case A6 Combine with water-cooled engine M-M 2 Row Corn Picker, rear elevator IHC No. 45 Baler, A-1 shape, always been shedded IHC 3-14" Plow IHC Binder - Windrower IHC Endgate Seeder Kelly Ryan 10' Tandem Disk Kewanee 4-Sectlon Drag and Steel Folding Evener M-M 7' Tractor Mower John Deere 4 bar Side Rake Oliver 4 Row Rotary Hoe Mounted 6 Row Sprayer and Hand Boom Ottawa Post Hole Digger with 6" and 9" augers, John Deere Mountings Horn Steel Flare Box Case Gear on rubber 6' x 10* Barge Box John Deere 2-14" Plow Oliver 2>14" Plow, Radix Bottoms Flat Rack DAIRY EQUIPMENT Surge Milker with 2 Seamless Bucket Pipeline for 9 cows Westinghouse 4 Can Front Door Opening, Spray Type 6 Can Front Door Opening, Spray Type MISCELLANEOUS 300 Gallon Gas Barrel and Hose Jamesway Gas Brooder 500 Chick Size Chicken Nests and Feeders Bale Fork Very few small items, so please be on time, Usual Auction Termst Not Responsible for Accidents. No Property Removed Until Settled For, Hand Corn Shelter Olsen Stock Rake Winters Stubble Turner 10' x 12' Brooder House Ronald Peck, Algona, Lyle Bensen, Ringsted — Auction Mrs lone Rock Bank, Clerk

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free