The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1962 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 29, 1962
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4-Aifi6fid (la.) Upper Dei Motnet Tuesday, May 29, 1962 It couldn't have been "Top-of- lowa" beef that broke a tooth on a plate of a certain woman 1 know, could it? It must have been an inferior California or Texas brand! * * * Sonic limp ago I wrnlo about Hhonda Matz, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hugg, who has a heart condition which is operable. There is perhaps a happier ending for specialists al the University hospital, Iowa City, have decided on medication for ;i year and a half which it is hoped will correct the condition. « * • When the Haggs recently went to Waukon to visit with the Mat/, family, they stopped in Osngc to see their niece Dorothy and family, the Bob Tolsdorfs. Little Tony had just upset a box of detergent and mama was busy cleaning up the mess. Well, boys will be boys— and little girls, too. My cousin Julia duly of Mason City has some interesting days ahead. She is going to take care of her little grandson Murk Lnwson while papa Murray and mamn •lean go to California from May 28 till June 8. Murray is a dele- pate to the Rotary convention in Ixis Angeles but they will visit Joan's brothers Dr. Jerry Only and Pat Cady in the San Francis- ro area before going In I.. A. • * * AVhoovor hpnrrl of such a rr.T7v thing — getting sunburned INDOORS. Well, that's what happened to me — burn on the hack of my neck from sun through the window behind me. I'll see to it the shade is down from nm\ on. . • . When I wrotr the item on the death of Mrs. Emma Plait at .\«xsho. Mo. I forgot to mention a sister Alice. Mrs. Charles \olte. Both were Halverson girls and Mrs. Nolle was mother of Harry, Lillie and Homer. « * * \\hrn Mrs. Don Henimingscn told about hunting for mushrooms , «nd wild asparagus I asked her' ' * * 1. * , I l*> \ i "tr (i I y Evelyn J if they were SURK of the 1 mir-Oi- rooms. She assured mi 1 they were You see it is trending on dangerous ground if you nren't positive aboul your mushroom identified!ion. Whrn Mrs. (lone Hoiincr lolil mo she had company from Irvinglon, Calif., 1 had to ask twice. 1 couldn't believe my cars. The guests were her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Fletcher and Deborah. * * • Mrs. S. K. MfMiilion has a daughter and son-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Richard Schmitz. Storm Lake. A year or two ago they made a trio to Puerto Rico. Virgin Islands and several other southern spots and since they love to dance they learned to do the rhinnha, samba and all the exotie dances - Latin American would they be called'.' Well, no matter. You know wba! I am talking about. The point is that they are so good they were asked to enter a contest at the Inn, the Okohojis and believe il or not. they came out FIRST. Watch cut Arthur Murray! If you think you have seen tulips, you'd change your mind if you saw the Henry Hart well variety. Mr. Ilarlwel'l is a resident here and recently his family brought a bouquet from his home Beautiful, extra large yellow blos- j soms with frilly edges. i * * * ! The inonnie — "I think it's time we thought about our daughter getting married." said the \\itc to her husband. "Oh. let her wait till : the right man comes along." sug: posted the husband "Why wait." said the wife. "I didn't." • • * \Vas it easy? "During an English class for foreign born, the sentence to be changed to the past tense was, "He gives her a present." One earnest gentleman's prompt reply was, "He gave her a past." * * • The older Algonans will remember Arch Bushr.e!i. ;.-.;• v.-f.:r,£ blade «::h i'..i~::~z '•:•-.: irvof: Caroline Bickert A Graduate At St. Catherines Ciiroline Marie Bickert. above, cl might IT of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Bickert of Algona, is one of 21U who will graduate from The College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, at its fiftieth annual Commencement Exercises on Wednesday, May 30. Miss Bickert will receive her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chemistry. A 1058 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy. Algona. Caroline was active in the National Federation of Catholic College Students, the College Association, and the International Relations Club while attending St. Catherine's. She was also a member of Players Club and Chora] Club. of Margaret Hofmaster and Jean Wadsu'orlh. Me has lived near Birmingham. Ala. many years, but now makes his home with his son Dr. James and family. Arch isn't very well but was determined to drive his own car. He bought a new one, took it out and had a wreck the first thing. Fortunately, he wasn't injured but the car came out with several hundred dollars- damage. Arch hopes to come up this summer for a visit. Hope he were planning on having a few friends In for coffee Friday but the zest was taken out of the pfoj- eel and it was abandoned till Some future date. The cause? They witnessed the accident which be- loll little three year old Linda Pe^ ccrson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Peterson. Witnessed it to this extent—hearing the Shattering of glass, they rushed out and saw Linda lying quietly in the road near the Hutzell place. Saw the ambulance arrive and other details accompanying such evertts. ... By this time Ada Malueg 1$ enjoying herself in Seatlle, Wash., with her son-in-law and daughter, Kev. and Mrs. Olin Parrett and probably seen some of the fair. She left May 13 and will be gone a couple of months. • • • Helen Zittrilseh had to leave for Los Angeles on the big day for her brother-in-law and sister Elmer and Tracie Kelley's fiftieth wedding anniversary open house. Her vacation time was up and she had to be back for work May 21. Mr. and Mrs. Alden McAdams have a new little grandson added to the family. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Julian Lovlyn, Des Moines. The other little son Tim cannot say the baby's name Kurt Wayne plainly and it comes out "DIRT" Wayne. • * • Claude White stopped by for a chat on his way from having seen his wife Adele. He tc-5d me he has shingles and his descripoan varies greatly from my cooception ol j them. Apparently they are very j disagreeable and painful j • * * i Horace King sent me a colored j folder of scenes at and near San Jose, Calif. His home is at Sunnyvale, near there. Beautiful country I'd say. That is where the John Carrolls live. • » « As you can judge from remarks I make every now and then, I am African violet conscious. Comes this latest report on a Mrs. Frank Hill of Alta who has quote—"a collection that numbers over 500 different named varieties of African violets, as well as over 400 i slips which will soon, bloom into : full fledged plants". That makrs i me think of the "old woman in : the sfiae" flhd all fier ohlidreft. * » « Thanks io Mrs. Henry Furst for another delicious chocolate malted milk. Um-rtl-ftl. Aren't they goodll * * « The Aimer Longs of Davenport have been traveling again—to Washington D. C., then to Wells* ville to visit Glee and Dorrla Pit* cher and family. * * * The friend to whom I sent the picture of the snow covered and snow surrounded Hough house last winter says "It should be sold as a framed beautiful wall picture and I bet it would win a prize. Maybe Life magazine would use it next winter. Tis truly lovely." I agree. •BURT By Mr*. Al Hlncklay Mr. and Mrs. L, F. Tellier, Doon, called oil Hurt friends Wednesday, Mothers Day visitors of Mrs. Jessie Rash were Mr. and Mrs. John Rash and children, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Webb, Mr. and Mrs. David Miller and Leslea, also Gary Webb and Richard Yeoman. Gary recently completed a 3-year enlistment period with the U. S. Army, 2 years of which were spent in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Lance Rlebhoff IT COSTS BUT A FEW CENTS A DAY TO KEEP AIR-CONDITIONED ... IN BUSINESS OR AT HOME! See Any of These Local Firms For Further Information Beecher Lane Appliance P.R. Irons Plumbing No. Iowa Appliance Gambles Coast-to-Coast Frederick Hardware Taylor Implement Algona Plumbing-Heating Ray Funk Plumbing Thompson Distributing Laing Plumbing Algona Refrigeration Algona Municipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" W. J. (Web) STEWART DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR NOMINATION KOSSUTH COUNTY SUPERVISOR THIRD DISTRICT TIME WILL NOT PERMIT ME TO CALL ON ALL DEMOCRATS PERSONALLY, BUT YOUR SUPPORT AT THE PRIMARY ELECTION, MONDAY, JUNE 4TH WILL BE SINCERELY APPRECIATED. 20-2 r went fo Des Molnes Friday wh«re they visited their daughter, Lor- cna. Saturday, Mrs. Riebhoff toft via plane for Island Park, Long Island,'for an extended visit with her son Rev. John Riebhoff. Ex-Senecctn Weds Seneca — Donna Jean Larsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larsen, Guckeen, Minn, and Bob- by Dean feutferfiekf, son of Mr. and MM. m SutttffilM, «*Htt Senecanl fiW UvfoMfc TOntffetflh, Minn., were married Saturday, April 26 at the East Chain Evfin- cellcal Lutheran Church. The voting cdiipte will make their home in Minneapolis. i 11 • '-• * - ••* •• •'- • * "^ ~»•* SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Uppe* Des Meines Pu». Cc., Algeria. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper YOUR VOTE FOR GARRY MCDONALD DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SECOND DISL SUPERVISOR IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE 4 WILL BE APPRECIATED * * * * * Join With Your Friends * and Neighbors * * VOTE YES-K * * * * * * * * * * * * * *' * for America's Finest Court System * * if * Constitutional Amendment June 4, 1962 YES X THE IOWA PLAN FOR THE SELECTION OF JUDGES Here's How ffie Tower Plan Will Work I, Supreme and District Court judges will be selected by the Governor from a list found to be best qualified by ft non-partisan study and Nominating Commission. Q, The State and District Nominating Commission! Will be composed of a given number of citizens appointed by the Governor and an equal number ol members elected by the lawyers of the state or district, Vrith the senior judge aj Chairman.. These selections will be on a non-political basis, witl> due consideration to «ea representation. - 3. You will nave an opportunity to vote on each judge at the end of each term in a non-partisan election. i 4, Judges will be under an adequate, automatic re« tirement plan, subject to recall for temporary service to relieve crowded court calendars. Herd's What You Can Do You can help your fellow lowana by urging your friends to vote for this constitutional amendment during the Primary Election and by voting for it yourself, You will be proud to be a worker for this time-tested plan for removing the selection of judges from party politic* * * * * * * V * * * ,1 * Ml \lal * KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION * *

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