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8-Algena (la.) Upper Det Mo5rm Thurtcfay, Nov. 10, 1966 U PP E R D E 3 N E ocvct-y Burt Man Heart Victim After 6 - Car Accident FETE NEWCOMERS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Jr. entertained at a family dinner Sunday, Nov. 6. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Sr,, who recently moved here from Mitchell, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Kent Immerfall and baby of Mankato, Susan Moulton, student at Cornell College, the young son, Mike, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Sharon McElroy, a classmate of Susan. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom gave a dinner Saturday evening honoring the birthday of Susan and the same group were guests. - o - BRIDGE CLUBS Mrs. Pearl Potter is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey will be hostess to her bridge club Nov. 9. - o - HOSTS VISITOR Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew gave a party last Tuesday for Mrs. Myron Hill, resident here many years ago. She was house guest of her sister, Mrs. Elva Coon, and niece, Mrs. John Thompson. She had come from Des Molnes where she has been visiting her son, Darrald. For some time, she has made her home in San Francisco, Calif, with her daughter Shirley and husband Robert Dalley. Guests were Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Elva Coon, Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Myra Ostrum, Mrs. NevaMerrifield, Mrs. Elizab 'th Post, Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Mrs Fred Geigel and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. The time was spent socially. - o - THIMBLE CLUB Mrs. Ethel Potter entertained her Thimble Club Thursday. - o PLUM CREEK CLUB The Plum Creek Homemakers club met in September with Joyce Keith assisted by Eleanor Gardner, Maxine Marshall and Lela Gardner. Pearl Etherington was the leader. Inspiration was by Roseanne Schmit. The October meeting was held at Millie Slagle's with Jean Benschoter and Betty Miller assisting. A talk on foundation garments was given by Eleanor Gardner and Maude Jergenson. Marjorie Mawdsley talked on hair styling and inspiration was given by Maxine Marshall, -o BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Albert Granzow is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. - o - ANNIVERSARY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Garbett were honored at a surprise 37th wedding anniversary party Saturday evening, Nov. 5, at the Moose Lodge. Approximately thirty guests were present at the dinner and a gift was presented to the honorees. Mr. Garbett is the governor of the . Moose Lodge. MRS. HELEN Ferris, who has been convalescing at home following surgery, plans to return to her Job at Ward's about Dec. 1. MRS. LEROY Lau has returned from Belmond where she had minor surgery. She was accompanied by Mrs. Rose Sigsbee Monday for a check-up. MR. AND MRS. Roger McGregor of Boone and Mrs. Bertha Verder were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau. Mrs. McGregor is their daughter and Mrs, Verder is mother of Mrs. Lau. NOV. 13, there will be a Mission Study meeting of Methodists at Emmetsburg. The Pastoral Relations Committee is asked to meet with the District Superintendent at Emmetsburg, also. MR. AND MRS. Sam Medin have come from their summer home at a Minnesota lake and are visiting with their son Russell and family at Whittemore. Later they will go south for the winter. MR. AND MRS. B. J. Bradford and Jim and Linda Cole went to Ames Saturday to see the son, Bob, student at the University. Bob has had a re- cent appendectomy but has made good recovery and is attending classes. MRS. PETE Halsrud has had as guest Mrs. Albert Kinseth, Marcella and Cordelia Halsrud, Fort Dodge, and Julia Halverson, Bode. MR. AND MRS. August Schmidt went to Sioux Falls, S.D. Friday and spent till the following day seeing Mrs. Schmidt's son, Delbert Moore, who was severely injured in an auto accident last week near Luverne, Minn. Delbert suffered back and spinal cord Injuries which have paralyzed him from the hips down. Monday a specialist from Mason City was to attend to the spinal injuries but it is thought it will be some time before he will be able to walk. MR. AND MRS. Albert Hagg are undoubtedly here now from from Monrovia, Calif., having left as soon as word was received of the serious condition their son Frank is in following the accident in which A. J. Klooster was killed and others in the car suffered severe injuries. MRS. ADDIS Griemen and Mrs. Martha Rasmussen, Garner, were guests Thursday of Mrs. William Dau and with her attended the Hobby Show. Mrs. Dau had several entries. Drama Dept. Play At Algona Hi Offered Nov. 12 The Algona High School Drama Department has been working on the upcoming production of "Our Town", by Thornton Wilder. The play is scheduled for this Saturday, November 12, 1966, at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The cast includes: Dean Teeter, Les Braun, Tom Taylor, Bob Farnham, Rosemary Bullock, Margaret Utt, Dave Gerber, Marcy Moen, KimJSloniker, Virginia Klein, Mike Dailey, Chris Conn, Donna Fisher, Craig Taylor, Cathy Bixler, Brad Farnham, Ruth Johnson, Carol Sloniker, Jeff Gilmore, Tim Clark, Bill Burt, Doug Jones, Bill Boldridge, Jeff Allen, Greg Cook, Jane Fraser, PatGregson, Becky Hemmingsen, Donna Kenyon, Rosemary Pendergast, Brenda SJogren, Jim Utt, and Mary Wil- Irett. A Burt man, Bernie Aaron Taylor, 62, who helped unscramble a 6-car pile-up on the ice covered bridge at the north edge of Algona on highway 169 Tuesday evening, succumbed to a heart attack at the scene, apparently brought on by overexertion. Mr. Taylor was driver of one of the vehicles involved. Funeral arrangements for him were pending at McCullough Funeral Chapel here when the UDM went to press Wednesday. He had been out of his car following the slippery mishap, helping investigators and others at the scene as they pushed cars and otherwise tried to clear the bridge for traffic, and after the wreckage was all removed, except for his auto, which sustained only $40 damage, Pete Jorgenson, local policeman who lives near the scene, opened the door of the vehicle and was going to drive it away when he found Mr. Taylor dead behind the steering wheel. Cars driven by Ardis Jones, 45, Fenton, Mr. Taylor, Eppo Bulten, 39, Algona policeman called to the scene to investigate, Roger Menneke, 17, Algona, Frank Molacek, 42, Algona, and a pickup driven by Tom Buscher, 30, Algona, were Involved. The Jones vehicle slid on the ice and struck the bridge and Mr. Taylor stopped behind it. Then Bulten was called, went to the scene and slid into the Jones car. The Menneke auto then struck the Taylor vehicle and the police car In the rear. Buscher, headed south, stopped to give aid, and his pickup was struck by the Molacek auto, which was headed north. Damage to the vehicles went like this: Jones, $600, Taylor, $40, police car, $500, Menneke, $500, Buscher, $250, and Molacek, $600. Bulten and Patrolman Charles Bird Investigated the crash, which began at 9:23 p. m. Bird also Investigated a crash on the bridge south of town on highway 169 when an auto driven by Richard D. Smith, Algona, struck a car driven by Janet Zittrltsch, 17, Algona, as It began a left turn at the south end of the bridge. Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $400. A car driven by Roland Bode, Algona, rolled off a road in Plum Creek township and landed in a ditch, also Tuesday evening, but Mr. Bode escaped injury. There was no estimate of damage to the vehicle. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By Old Man Mose A young man from Ringsted, Douglas J. Hansen, bagged 19 correct picks out of 22 in last Saturday's Grid Guesser contest, and took first place. His high game total was 57, which didn't make much difference, because he was the ONLY 19-game guesser for the week. However, second and third place ended in a tie. Prances Moe and Mrs. Charles Hoffmann, both of Algona, had 18 right and a high game total of 63, which was unusual because the high game was actually 63 (Iowa-Mich. State). They will receive checks splitting the second-third place money between them. And there were other 18-game pickers, but a shade off the high point total. A close fourth was Marlyn Sachs, Des Moines, with a high game guess of 62, and Mrs. John Hanselman of Algona made the same 18 game — 63 point choice. Other 18-game pickers were Eugene Dahlhauser, West Bend; Jane Fraser, Algona; Arthur Klein, Sexton; Ruth Baumann, Lakota; and Dave Everds and Judy Everds. -. u Two other entries share Mourner's Bench honors for the week, Dianne Refeer and Bob Slobe, both of Algona. Dianne was five above and Bob five under the high game total. This week's contest games were in the Tuesday paper, same rules. By the way, don't forget to put stamps on your envelopes ! 25 Football Awards Given At Garrigan Coach Beanie Cooper awarded football letters to 10 seniors, five juniors and two sophomores this week at Garrigan High School. Heading the list were Bill Reding and Dick Muller, co-captains of the Bears who posted a 7-1 record this fall. Other seniors were Mike Crotty, Wayne Frl- deres, Mark Goetz, Steve Kollasch, Gene Lickteig, Bob Schmitt, Jim Youngwlrth and Jack Dahlhauser. Juniors were Dave McCarthy, Jack Muller, Kevin O'Brien, Jerry Plathe and Bill Richter and sophomores were Tom Black and John Winkel. Trainer Dan Owens, a senior, also was awarded a letter. Minor awards went to Pat Schlltz, sophomore manager, and th6 following footballers who were singled out for their work and effort during the season: Bob Bestenlehner, senior; Mike Welp, Jim Lallier, John Mertz and Mike Schiltz, Juniors; and Jim Boudewyns, sophomore. fltiiiiitisiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHiwiiiiiiiiiminniiiii HOSPITAL NEWS ninniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiKiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiimn NOVEMBER 1 - Admitted: Dean Grandgenett, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Alma Bast, Algona; Mrs. Frances Thompson, Lone Rock. NOVEMBER 2 - Admitted: Anna Steven, Algona, medical; dismissed: Harold Hutchlns, Algona; Mrs. Joel Reding and baby, LuVerne; Elsie Wilhelmi, Bancroft; Jean Elbert, Burt. NOVEMBER 3 - Admitted: Douglas Harms, Burt, medical; dismissed: William Bormann, Mrs. James Harms and baby, West Bend; Todd Hudspeth, Algona. NOVEMBER 4 — Dismissed: Licenses To Wed Five wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. The went to: Glen G. Hilde- brand and Mabel J. Perry, Nov. 2; Larry Huberty and Lou A. Naugle, Nov. 4; Don W. Mentz- ner and Marilyn J. Rippentrop, Nov. 5; and Glen T. Thilges and Jo Ann Klemm- PUBLIC FARM At I hove decided to quit farming, I will offer for tale, without reierve to the hlgheit bidder the following Machinery and Equipment at Public Auction at the form located - 2ft Mllei Weit from BRITT (.top & go lights), and 4 Mil.. North • or • 6 Mllei Eoit and 4 Mllei North of WESLEY Saturday, NOVEMBER 12 SALE STARTS - 1:00 P.M. Sharp .FARM MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 1945 • IHC H TRACTOR, good condition 1939 - IHC F • 30 TRACTOR, good IHC f • 12, goed • */iingle front Whe»l I960 • CASE 4 Section ROTARY HOE, 1960*- C CONTINENTAL • STALK CUTTER, rotary tyee, excollenl 1960 • LINDSAY 4 Mellon HARROW, folding tvtntr, g«od 1956 • JOHN OEERE »490 CORN PLANTER, w/ltMiilior & Iniectlclde ottochneiit, root thorp CASE A-6 COMBINE, w/M»tor, co«eliti with Hum* Rttl, work I good WOODS BROS. • Single Row CORN PICKER, rta, worii goed IHC «200 MANURE SPREADER, good IHC 1211. 2 row CULTIVATOR BOLDT • Hydraulic MANURE LOADER • H Mtdgi" IHC-15<t. DISC IHC- 10ft. DISC HUM.BO • IHC 3- 14" PLOW, on Rukb.r IHC 2- 16" PLOW • 4 Whitl TRAILER, wldt trtod, U" Rukb.r, w/Wood Floro Box, .xc.ll.nl . 4 *n«.l TRAILER, U" Rubber, w/Wood Plait Bon, goed 2 Wh«»l TRAILER 1 • 300 Gallon GAS BARREL, w/Hou & Noult, goqd 1- 100 Collon CAS BARREL JOHN DEERE • 50ft. ELEVATOR, 4 whtil, good 2 • 4 Wk««l WAGONS BOBSLED 8 > 14 FLATRACK BUZZ SAW foi Troctot, front Mtdg. JOHN DEERE- ENDOATE SEEDER Pcrtobl. AIR COMPRESSOR, w/Point Gun, worki good, largo motor PAINTERS EOUIPMENT, Including enltntlen Loddtu ond Stop LocM»n DAYTON • W ELECTRIC DRILL, hoovy duty, lik.niw MALL • POWER SAW, good HOMELITE • 17" CHAIN SAW, jlkt ntw MAYTAG • Wring.r typt WASHING MACHINE, porcelain, 2 rlnii tub:, good condition WARDS • GARDEN TRACTOR, w/Lawn Mowtr, Cultivator, Slcklt bo i, attach* out I good "MURRAY"- POWER LAWN & FENCE ROW MOWER good Somi 1" > 12" x 14' ROUGH BOARDS WILLIAM C. RICH, OWNER TERMS: CASH, no property to be removed until settled for Not retponiible for accident! Mrs. Claris Kresensky, Algona. NOVEMBER 5 - Admitted: Virginia Wubben, Lone Rock, medical. NOVEMBER 6 - Dismissed: Dean Grandgenett, Algona. NOVEMBER 1 - Admitted: William Mann, Arcadia, Calif., accident; dismissed: EdnaHarr, Jennie Deibler, Donald Sherman, Algona; Nicholas Nemmers, Bancroft; Virginia Wubben, Lone Rock. P. 0. Cloted, Nov. 11 The Post Office will be closed on VeteransDayNov. llth. There will be no window service and no carrier deliveries in town or country. Incoming mail will be worked to Post Office boxes and outgoing mall will be dispatched. Special Delivery Mail will be delivered. There will be a clerk on duty distributing mail from 4 a.m. to 10 a.m. and from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Key Precinct The ABC network, working through the League of Women Voters throughout the nation, selected Burt township as one of the key precincts in the election Nov. 8. Mrs. Nelda Finn, Algona, League president, appointed Flora Bradley and Carole Welp of Bancroft to act as Coordinators between the Burt precinct and the ABC network. Burt was .one of precincts selected THANK YOU HAVING SOLD THE BLUE & WHITE ONE STOP TO MR. JIM SLOTER, I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAY THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR THE WONDERFUL SUPPORT THEY HAVE GIVEN US IN THE PAST THREE YEARS. WE INVITE ALL OUR CUSTOMERS, TO STOP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH JIM. CARL NELSON HELLO I wish to take this opportunity to say Hello to the present and future customers of the Blue & White One Stop. We are proud to be new members of the community and promise to keep up the fine service to our customers and to offer the same top quality Mobil Products. JIM SLOTER STOP IN - LET'S GET ACQUAINTED KOSSUTH OIL CO. BLUE & WHITE ONE STOP Mobil COMPLETE .I I , A V'!« W ."T IO'N SERVICE ROAD^KING TRACTION PLUS Plus Tax Shown Below Pull 4-ply . . . 1st lint Nylon Tiros. Brand now tuboloss or tutu-type) whlto black walls. NoTraaYinnoodod,thototrooutright pricos. TUBELESS Tiro Sim Blackwall Pod, Tax 600/650x13 ... $12.88 $1.83 760/775x14 800/825x14 670/775x15 $15.69 $2.20 $16.73 $2.36 $15.71 $2.21 ADD $2.M PER TIRE FOR WHITEWALLS TUBE TYPE Tiro Siso Blackwall Pod, Tax 670/775x15 ... (13.99 $1.87 710/816x15 ... $14.42 $1.87 760/846x15 ... $15.56 $2.18 600x16 ...777. $14.43 $1.86 AueHon.er: CLIFF HOWLETT, Briti, la. PH: 762 - 3604 Konawha, la. Clerk: First Slate Bank, Brill ADD $2.00 PER TIRE FOR WHITE WALLS a^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^~ ^^jjgMM»^^ .^_»««_»l^^^ .jm^^^_^^^^^ __~~~ __—___«__—^ BIG BEAR 1009 NO. MAIN 295*2644 ALGONA

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