The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1967 · Page 18
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, January 26, 1967
Page 18
Start Free Trial

2-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moints Thursday, Jon. 26, 1967 MR. AND MRS. Harold Roth came from Vail Monday to visit relatives In this vicinity and at Whlttemore. They hid been at Crystal Lake, Minn, to attend funeral services for Mrs. John Gappa, nee Josephine Hagg, sister of Mrs. Roth. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp had as weekend guests the latter's niece, Mrs. Roy Olln, Lynd, Minn., and Mrs. Olln's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blomquist, Jeanne and Jay, Princeton, Minn. MRS. MINNIE BLINKMAN has returned from Mason City where she spent a few days with John Fassblnder, husband of her late daughter, Thelnu.. CHERI BOECKHOLT, who attends Mankato State College, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boeckholt. MR. AND MRS. Richard Moen, Marcy and Virginia Hardgrove, spent the weekend at Storm Lake and attended the wrestling meet. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Vllas, sister and brother-in-law of Mr. Moen. MR. AND MRS. W. Holdorf had as guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nelson, Michael and Sue, Estherville. MRS. VERN EVANS went to Des Molnes last Wednesday to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Houghton and family. She was Joined Saturday by Mr, Evans and they returned home Monday. MRS. KATHERINE SCHROE- der. who makes her home with her son Art and wife, has been on the sick list. MRS. TILLIE STEINM\N, Wao won a free call to Viet Nam *here her son, Willie, is In service, has had to wait until conditions over there were properly fulfilled. Jan. 21, the call came through about 8:30 p. m. here. It was a three minute talk and was as clear as though he was in the room. He told her the time there, said parts of the country were beautiful and that he was feeling fine. It was a great thrill for both. Willie graduated from high school here and was a varsity football player. MRS. MAX BAST will hive as dinner guests Sunday her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and family, Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. Jess Dugan have purchased the John Gerber house at 401 East Lucas street. Mr. and Mrs. Gerber are now residents at the new Good Samaritan Home. The Dugans plan to move as soon as passible. MRS. MABEL LIVINGSTON, Apache Junction, Ariz., who is now hospitalized in Phoerdx, has written a friend that after a series of tests and examinations, her trouble is a nerve ailment which can be cured by medication and no surgery will be necessary. She is confined to bed and not allowed up at the present but is expected her recovery will be complete in the near future. KENNETH WAGNER, Burt, who has been at Ottawa, m. on business for the company here with which he is employed, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Amy Johnson. MR. AND MRS. H irry Barton were visited over tha weekend by their son, Ronald and family of Storm Lake. His birthday WAS Jan. 23 and a pre-date observance vras Sunday when his sisters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr., joined him at the parental home for birthday caJce and ice cream in the afternoon. ANDREW HANSEN and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young, Titonka, went to Minneapolis last week to attend funeral services for Bernard Hansen, 35, a nephew wh7 had suffered from a rare muscular disease since childhood but for a number of years had been able to do radio and TV repair work. MRS. ETHEL COLWELL, accompanied by her daughter-in- law, Mrs. Willis Colwell, was taken to Rochester, Minn, via ambulance last Wednesday. Her son went there Saturday and her daughter, Mrs. Harold Banwart, Adel, went there Monday. It wajs almost time for her routine check-up but this Illness has no association with her previous ailment. MRS. MAX MiLLER wis an overnight patient at St. Ann last week and had minor surgery. It was necessary to use only a local anesthetic and the ailment was of a very minor nature. MRS. DON SMITH, SR. WJLS dismissed Saturday from St. Ann hospital and after a period of convalescence at the new Good Samaritan Home, will move to an apartment in the Leon Martin building on Kennedy street. The move is being made as all rooms are on a floor with no stairs. KITTY HARDGROVE, freshman at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, is spending her quarter break with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harclgrove. MR. AND MRS. Kirk Hayes have been visiting at Omaha with Even the ash tray rides smoother in Chevrolets When you're down at your dealer's trying out a new Chevrolet, be sure you pull out the ash tray. Notice how nice and easy it glides, never hanging up or even scraping. The reason is, it rides on ball bearings. Four shiny little ball bearings. (Take the tray all the way out and you'll see them.) You say you don't even smoke? Then look at it this way. That ash tray is a symbol of the way we make cars: Paying extra attention to the little things as well as the big ones, as a way of making extra sure your '67 Chevrolet gives you "" """'" that sure feeling 14 0115 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart. The sons, Jeffrey, John and Billy, were at the paternal grandparent* In Mason City a few days and returned via bus Sunday evening and are with the maternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, until the return of tb€ parents early this week. Cynthia Cowan Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed CYNTHIA COWAN Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Lee, to Larry Helmers, son of the Dick Helmers, Algona. A June 25 wedding Is being planned at the Congregational church, Algona. Both arestudentsatS.C.I., Cedar Falls. Much the Same Skillet, fry pan, and buffet pan are names for similar electric appliances. The difference is in the shape and the number of handles. All are used to fry, stew, bake, or pan-broil foods. The fry pan can serve as a chafing dish or a food warmer for sucn foods as rolls, casseroles, and stews. Titonkans Have Expense • Free Florida Trip TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. M»l- vln Ricks and Mr. and Mrs. H jury May-laud, Jr., were given an expense free trip to Florida, as manager and director of the Farmers Co-op Elevator, Titonka. They left Des Molnes via plane Jan. 14 and returned on the 17th. They arrived at St. Petersburg, Fla., were conducted on a tour through a fertilizer factory, through Cypress Gardens, a round of sight-seeing, etc. They reported having a wonderful time in the 70 degree warmth there. - o - W. S. C. S. circles of Tltonka Methodist church met Jan. 25. The Rae Circle met at the Eldon Attig home with Mrs. Paul Ferguson, co-hostess. Mrs. Roy Walrod led worship and Mrs. Charles Seed presented the lesson. Norma Circle met with Mrs. J. Whalen, worship led by Mrs. Fred Jennings and the lesson presented by Mrs. Gary Hoover. Lois Circle met with Mrs. H. W. Kitzlnger, assisted by Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., Mrs. Wm. Spelcher led worship, and the lesson was given by Mrs. Walker McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Eden entertained guests Sunday at a birthday dinner honoring Erwin and Karen Eden's birthdays. Those attending were the Lester Eden family, Allen Eden family, Mrs. Louise Eden and Mrs. Etta Relbsaraen. Titonka V. F. W. Auxiliary held their January meeting at the home of Phyllis Baade with Phyllis Zwiefel co-hostess. Sharon Eden, student nurse at Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend at the parental Allen Eden home. Buffalo Twp. Homemakers Club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Wm. Amasbury. The extension lesson, "Soft Floor Coverings" was given by Mrs. Erwin Eden and Mrs. Morris Glvens. Tuesday night supper guests at the Erwin Eden home were Mr. and Mrs. Soptras Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ringsdori and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walrod. Titonka Federated Club held •their annual election of officers Jan. 19 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Krantz. Mrs. Wm. Amesbury was assisting hostess. Twenty-nine members enjoyed a pot-luck dinner at 6:30. Following this the group enjoyed a song fest led by Mrs. George Roberts. Mrs. Gary Sleper showed and explained how toys and games could be made of containers, etc. found in every home. Election of officers for the 67-68 club year followed. New officers are Jennie Rode, president; Jeriene Sleper, vice president; Norma Ricks, secretary; Helen Schuster, treasurer; Betty Davis, historian; and Florence Roberts, executive board member. Lone Rock By Mrs. Jesse Bl&nchard Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club entertained their annual Family Night supper at the Lone Rock Legion hall Monday night. Paul Bernhard of Bancroft showed films and talked of his recent trip to Europe. Brian Johnson spoke on his trip to Chicago in November, which was a county award for achievement in 4-H work. Roger Jensen and Ray Bergum are the leaders and there are 26 members in this boys 4-H club. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen, former Lone Rock residents, have been recuperating from an auto accident In which they were involved Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen and their daughter- in-law, Mrs. Don Jensen, and their small granddaughter, were returning home from a program when they were hit head-on. At the time of the accident, one man in the other car was killed but it was believed that the Jensens were only bruised and scratched. However, after a few days, Mrs. Ernest Jensen was hospitalized with chest pains and a leg Injury. The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary will be packing boxes of homemade cookies Jan. 13 at the Legion hall. The homemade cookies will be sent to the State Home at Woodward. This 1« «i annual gift from the Auxiliary. The cookies should be individually wrapped. Mr. and Mrs. Allwln Lockwood celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary Jan. 10. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood, all of Swea City. Jan. 10 was also Mrs. Allwln Lockwood's birthday. About half of the world's children will never reach adulthood, due largely to unsanitary living conditions and lack of proper nourishment. THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it BRADY GRINDER-MIXER Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it—Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. 10/Auger swings 180" ; . . delivers into a silo up to 50' high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALOONA BUY NOW The Friendly Store 20 TRADE-IN DISCOUNT BUY TODAY Wh«n You Trade Your Presen* DAV IKI HA vi Mower for Thi$ Regularly PAY IN MAY! Priced $94.95 Roto Mowerl 21" DELUXE ROTO MOWER Complete with Grass Catchtr $ 74 95 With Trade NO MONEY DOWN $7.00 Per* Month No Payment* 'HI May at Gambits Bring In any old mower at a trade-walk out with thfi deluxe 3-HP mower and pay nothing 'tiJ Mayl Use thii wind tunnel chute and two bag< for vacuum cleaner efficiency—or clip deck plate into place and use without grass catcher. Remote starter and throttle controls. Die-cast aluminum-magnesium dtck. Pre-Season Buying Makes Good Sense It mak«« good ttni* le buy wh«n prlcti art al th«!r off-iMion low—mn men to buy wh»n you .., ft? In Ma/l Extra $7.50 Gran Catchtr Bag at No Extra Charge When You Tradel 100 TRADE-IN DISCOUNT For Your Present Mower When You Trad* BUY TODAY-PAY IN MAY! 108 So. Hall Algona, Iowa 295.3554 GET THE QUALITY STORY: • Twin Blade 32" Cut • Briggt A Stratton o-HP Engine • Floating Deck with Hand Lever Control • Full Gear Transaxle Drive with Differential Nationally Famous SPRINGFIELD 32" RIDER With Electric Starter! No MON|V pow|( Get tWi deluxe rider and mow No Payments C V* O ^\ bade now ... In time for Until Mayl W^W MU winter plowing . , , and enjoy c .« u *' ^^^ W%T real graft cutting efficiency next uSlt WICi ». • »M> summer and for year» to cornel TraSb'519 9 * O^^F Week $75 TRADE-IN DISCOUNT +' —i IWWi"in VI JVUUN I with Recoil Starter $46».t$ $50 SNOW BLADE FREEI How a wide, 36-Inch path with rhi, rugged mow blade at. tachment! Juit tnmk-np more mow ihovelingl H-WM EASY TERMS AT GAMBLES

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free