The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1967 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

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

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 2, 1967
Page 6
Start Free Trial

WASHINGTON Merry-Go-Round Judy DeBoer Of Ti tonka Engaged To Wed WASHINGTON - It's interesting that when George Romney had to decide whether to run for governor of Michigan he spent a week in solitary communing with God. Now that he has to decide whether to run for President of the' United States, he's spending more than a week communing with New York politicians. Without passing judgment on whether God or the politicians are more important in George's life, ifs interesting to note that one of the politicos he is communing with is Leonard Hall, genial former chairman of the Republican National Committee and the man who did more than anyone else to re-elect Elsen- hower in 1956. Len isapastmasterat politics. He has put more good men in high office in recent decades than anyone else except Jim Farley. Len has remained on the sidelines as a king-maker, and recently has given Romney some sage advice. He has suggested that he get the support of Richard Nixon by offering him a place in the Romney Cabinet, Dick, it was suggested, might be interested in becoming Secretary of State. DREW PEARSON f^ On one day recently the group around Mao certified the propaganda chief Tao Chu as a "revolutionary hero." Next day the same Mao faction denounced Tao Chu as a "bourgeois reactionary." On another day an official editorial issued by Peking called for blind obedience to all orders from Peking, whether the orders made sense or not. Then both sides began issuing contradictory orders. That's why not even those faithful to Mao Tse-tung know what to do or whom to obey. If Mao and his extremists do win out, however, there will be no chance whatsoever of patching up relations with Moscow. If the anti-Mao faction should win, it might be able to restore Russian-Chinese cooperation. Our top policy makers secretly hope that Mao's forces win. - ADVICE TO TOURISTS More than a million tourists trek to the nation's capital every year, most of them with children. But only one Congressional wife has taken the trouble to prepare a booklet advising mothers on what they should do with their children in Washington. She is Mrs. Richard McCarthy, wife of the Congressman from suburban Buffalo. The booklet, "What To Do With Children in Washington" and sub-titled "Battle Plan," covers a variety of emergencies for the weary traveler with children, from handy restaurants to sore feet. Here are a few of Mrs. McCarthy's hints: "Don't try to do everything. If your schedule gets ahead of you, just enjoy where you are without feeling pressured. "Children feel much less fatigued if you split up each day of touring, perhaps spending the morning in an institution and the afternoon in an outdoor park environment. "Carry a lightweight, large bag (a knitting bag is great). You'll probably pick up pamphlets, and meaningful souvenirs get lost so easily if children have to carry them. "No matter how 'in' your new shoes are, please put old, comfortable ones in your satchel. You'll be glad you had them with you. "Speaking of cars, you may be better off without yours downtown. Parking is expensive and a bother. "Choose a hotel or motel where it is easy to double back with a tired child who needs a short nap or his pants changed. "If you have anybody under three years old, let him visit grandma while the rest of you tour Washington. - HAZARDS OF SELLING A Fuller Brush salesman, going from door to door in the Harbour Square apartments in Washington, rang the bell at one door. Suddenly, a stern voice demanded that he show identification. He also found he was on the Secret Service's "candid camera," his every move watched on closed-circuit television. Unknowingly the salesman had stopped at Vice President Humphrey's door to sell him some Fuller brushes. - o - - EXIT AUTO CRITIC - There were denials and counterdenials last week regarding the resignation of William Stieglitz, the safety pioneer with Republic Aviation now working for the new Auto Safety Agency to set up safety standards for Detroit. Despite the denials, real fact is that Stieglitz will bow out of the Auto Safety Agency a few days after the new safety standards are announced on Jan. 31. Stieglitz has been the most uncompromising expert inside the agency in demanding that the WED 55 YEARS automobile manufacturers not be let off the hook on safety standards. Auto Industry- lobbyists see red at the mere mention ofStieglitz'sname. This column reported last week that Detroit was trying to oust him. it has now succeeded. Stieglitz is sitting in an empty office, with no secretary, not even anyone to help answer his phone. He will shortly bow out. JUDY DeBOER The engagement of Judy E. De Boer to Lamont E. Junkermeier isannjuncedbyhermother Mrs. Emma J. De Boer of Tltonka, and the late Ted De Boer, Jr. Mr. Junkermeier is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier of Lakota. Miss DeBoer is a graduate of Titonka Consolidated School anu Mankato Commercial College and is presently employed at the Titonka Savings Bank, Mrs. Junkermeier is a graduate of Lakota High School, has served two years in the armed forces and is engaged in farming. An April wedding is being planned. Sharon Hildman Of Wesley B-C Homemaker WESLEY - Sharon Hildman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Hildman, became Garrigan High School's 1967 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. She achieved the honor by finishing first in a written homemaking knowledge and aptitude examination for senior girls recently. Sharon is now eligible for possible state and national scholarship awards. Her test also earned her a specially designed silver charm from General Mills, sponsor. - BEHIND BAMBOO CURT .•UN- Developments inside China are so chaotic that neither the Mao Tse-tung faction nor his rivals seems certain where they stand. G.O.P. Women To Meet At Wesley Education for the mentally retarded will be the subject discussed at the Kossuth County Republican Women's meeting Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the Odd Fellows Hall in Wesley. All those interested, regardless of political affiliation, are invited to attend the 1:30 p.m. meeting. A. M, Quintard, superintendent of Kossuth count)- schools, will be the speaker. The meeting will be the first in a series of programs entitled "Republicans are Concerned." Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard of Wesley will provide musical entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt of Clear Lake, formerly of Wesley, were honored on their 55th wed- dir.g anniversary by a surprise party Sunday, Jan. 22. Attending were six of their seven children, 16 grandchildren and eight great- grand-children. The Brandts were married Jan. 23, 1912 In Wesley and farmed near here till 1933, when they moved to Clear Lake. Mrs. Brandt is a sister of Mrs. R. C. Bauer. Brandts have four daughters: Mrs. Howard (Helen) Henderson, Clear Lake; Mrs. Donald (Verna) Beeler, Waverly; Mrs. Berl (Catherine) Fluhrer, Manly; and Mrs. A. J. (Marylou) Hannafin, Clinton; and three sons: John, Clear Lake, Lou, Clear Lake and CMS Jr., at home. - o Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke attended a lumber convention in Minneapolis Jan. 25 - 27. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke attended the funeral of her uncle, Edward J. Trca, 76, at Duncan Jan. 24. Rev. W. C. Hradecky officiated. He is survived by his widow, two children, Ernest of Perry, Mrs. Charles (Esther) SIGN OFF NEWS DAILY AT 5:15 A COMPLETE 30 MINUTE REPORTS OF NEWS - MARKETS - SPORTS - WEATHER. HEAR THE FINAL NEWS ROUNDUP OF THE DAY ON KLGA 1600 KC Nedved, Garner, eight grandchildren; two great grand- chldren; two brothers: Charles and Anthony, Garner. He was preceded In death by a daughter, Evelyn, and two brothers. Will Martinek was a patient in Hancock Memorial hospital, several days last week for medical care. At Garrigan high school, Steve Walker has been chosen for one of the main parts of the operetta, "My Fair Lady." Patricia Loebig was one of the Garrigan student council members, who attended a mock student council meeting presented by A. H. S. student council officers at Algona High School. The BUI Bauer family of Whittemore were Jan. 22 guests in the parental R. C. Bauer home. Mrs. Stephen Howard of Shenandoah spent several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Mrs. Ben G.Studer was brought home Jan. 23 from Hancock Memorial hospital, where she had been six weeks following a stroke. Their daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Eva) Waldschmidt of Spencer, is with them. The Waldschmidt children, Judy and Kim, are in college. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Grandgenett entertained their 500 Club Wednesday evening, Jan. 25. Vern Olson, Betty Bode and Mike Vitzthum were prize winners. Vern Olsons will entertain the Grand- genetts, Franklin Bodes, Mike Vitzthums, John Youngwlrths and Merle Loss Feb. 15. Mrs. Clarence N'elson returned Friday from Wilmont, Minn., where she spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Thekla Stauth and family. Mrs. Lester Blain was a patient in Hancock Co. Memorial hospital, Britt, several days last week. Mrs. Blain received word from her sister, Mrs. (Alvina) John Larson, Chicago, saying that their brother, Robert Oppedal, will have lung surgery soon. He has been a patient in a TB sanitarium in Chicago the past 7 months, Rev. Curtis Anderson returned Thursday night from Chicago, where he attended a 5-day ministerial Institute held at the Trinity Campus. Mrs. Lulu Hanig and Irene drove to Story City, Jan. 22 where they attended a post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Robert Beach, the former Sharon Nelson, daughter of the John Nelsons and granddaughter of Mrs. Hanig. The young couple were married Dec. 24 anj he left the 26th for Vietnam. Mrs. Beach is employed in Ames. Church Trustee Bill Hood, wall-known Algoni grocer, was appointed parish trustee at St. Cecelia's church hers by Bishop Joseph M.Mueller recently. He succeeds the late Harry Bode and joins Lawrence Winkel, who is the other trustee for the parish. TYPESETTER Warren Allen has baen a typesetter at the Morning Sun News- Herald the last 44 years. He started setting type 52 years ago. Algona Girl Weds Jan. 14, Des Moines A reception followed for a few close friends and relatives. The young couple lives in Des Moines, where both are employed. - 60th- Mr. and Mrs, Noah Bailey, residents of Clarlnda since 1919 observed tljelr 60th wedding anniversary on January 19. The Baileys have four children, five grandchildren and 12 * TMt grandchildren. C O M f IN TO KNOW WHERE you're GOING on this year's INCOME RHONDA BRANDOW Rhonda Brandow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brandow, Algona, anj David Bullls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bullls of Des Moines, were married Jan. 14 at the home of the groom's parents. Pastor Lawrence Daughtry of the Easton Baptist Church officiated. They were attended byDarlene Welter and Mel Apana of Des Moines. Roy Bullis, father of the groom, sang. People who know where they're going take their tax returns loH&R BLOCK. Our service li so quick, convenient and inexpensive, you can'! afford to worry about your return. This year go BLOCK. GUARANTEE = We guarantee accurate preparation of we make any erron thai coif you any Ihe penalty or intereil. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE •very tax return. If penalty or interest. _ _ America's Largest Tax Service with Over 1500 Office^ 108 No. Moore - Algona, la. Weekdays 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. - Phone 295-7031 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY < NEIGHBORS AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Arthur Gade, Of Algona This week's Country Neighbor is a well-knowu rural Algonan, Arthur Gade, who has lived on the same farm (160 acres) 4 1/2 miles southwest of the city _ for the past 33 years. And he's only farmed one year more than that. He is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herm;n Gade and was born at Whittemore. Mr. Gade had 43 acres of corn, 50 acres of beans and 30 acres of pasture during the 1966 growing season. He likes working with crops and is a member of the Farm Bureau. His lone hobby is hunting, which he does, although not often, on his own place. His three brothers, Arnold, William and Lorenz. and two sisters, Meta (M -s. Tom Donphy) and Elfreda (Mrs. Ted Meyer), all reside in the Whittemore area. Lillian, his wife, is the daughter of Fred.-Bierstedt and the late Mrs. Biersiedt. Sae is originally from Whittem. .re, also. They were married at Fairville and she is a meml>er of a rural ladles' club and calls sewing her hobby. Mr. and Mrs. Gade have four daughters, Helen (Mrs. Duane Lieb), Lone Ro:k, Dorothy (Mrs. Gerald Peterson), Ledyard, Eunice (Mrs. Ralph Wickman), Springfield, Va., Lucille, and seven grandchildren. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mollnc - Kelly-Ryan - Pap«« New Idea Farm Machinery • tarn Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely. Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumklni • Keellaf Ihtet Keltl 1 On 01 Oil Uoltt Pumpi Wuet lyilemi. Cempleit INTFDM ATinu A I INTERNATIONAL HARVESTS R Your International Harvester dealer, ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO pictured above is located at 1417 Comroerical in the northeast part of Algona. The International Harvester line of farm equipment and motor trucks is supplemented with other equipment lines such as Farmhand and Mayrath as well as power lawn mowers, boat motors, lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. A «."?? Vh 5? I fu° Ur MMt Im P° rtant Product" is the slogan of the Hall brothers and that is why they carry one of the largest parts departi lents in northern lo^a Their shop room is the finest and most ample in this area ... and housed in a fine modern concrete block structure. """sea m a d pl S? ty ., of priV3te parking and room for used machinery right at or side door, you might say. The Hall brothers and the ALGONA crew invite you to stop in - anytime. ^W«A Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel AlfoM Farm Machinery - Truckt - Tirw Oliver OMC Tnula tint Phone MK4I1 AlfMW *' ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY A SERVICE Located e a i t o/ Algona on 18. 1417 Commerical Sr. YOUR fHC DEALER Phone 295-3501 y Algona Implement Co. c , « o MOT OR TKUCKS Salei A Service

What members have found on this page

Get access to

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

Try it free