The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1962
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(la.) Upper Be* Motnej Tuesday, June 5, 1962 Carol Nurre Is GHS Band Queen f'arol Nnrre Carol \urre. daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Nurre. Whittemore, has been named Band Quern at (lar- rif.';m high school and will serve in that capacity at the North Iowa Bund Festival at Mason <'ity June I!i. Miss Nurre is a senior, a class officer, member of the student council, ('S.M.C.. band chorus, annual slaff, C.Y.O.. clarinet trio, double mixed quartet, was on the honor roll and in the school play and operetta. Blue Earth Man Arrested; B-E Charge Pends Roy Current. Blue Earth. Minn., was arrested at Elmore where he had been employed recently, this week by Sheriff Ralph l.indhorst and the sheriff from Blue Earth and charged with breaking and entering. Current is now being held at Blue Earth, pending extradition action which has been started so he can be returned to Kossuth count)'. The charge is a result of investigation of a break-in at the DX station at Lakota Mav 7. New Pastor For Local Church The congregation of the Congregational church hen- voted unanimously '.n issue a call to Rev. Frank B. Harcey. 511. \fillsv\Ue. Wise., after lie t inducted services here May 20. lu-v. Harcey has accepted and will move with his family to Algona later this month. Rev. Harcey will assume his duties here July 15, and will succeed Rev. James Boyd, who has served the local church for five years. Rev. Harcey has been pastor at \eills\illf since 1955. He is married, has u son uho is a college gradual.' and a daughter who graduated horn high school this Lakotan Ames Aerospace Grad 1.,'ikota — KoUTt Shrlclahl. son of Mr mid Mrs L.lward SlicMahl, n-ceiM-d a buchi'lor of science (tciMi'e in aerospace eninr.wmg from lo'.\a State I 'ni\ rrsity m Arm-* May 2(i. He and his v.ife. Mark-no, and children. Robin and Kc\ in rnon-d to Mounta,n View. Calif June 4 where ho lias a position '.Mth Hie National Aeronautics and Space Admini tr.aion as u research engineer. Robert plans to continue his education .it .Stanford Cnr.ersity while working for N'.A S A. Attending commencement from Lakota •,.<•!e Mr ami Mrs F.dwan Shelclahl and family, Mrs Otto Hert/ke. Mr and Mrs Nick Thornsen, Richard and Joyce, Rev. and Mrs I.. It. Memecke and F.tta Maria and A J(' Gary Shelduhl. Blvtheullc, Ark. Algona Business Women To Have New Officers The Al^ona ISusines- ami Professional Viuinen-, ( lub will hold Ihe monthly meeting Tuesday, Juno "i at Ihe ( all State 1'aik. with a potluck lupper Officers INI the coming year will be m-lallcd hv Klla Xumacli, former past pres They are president, Monica Sturr. u< e president, Mrs Dorothy King, (wording M c- retan Mrs Nellie Van Allen liea.Mirer. Mrs Helen Klein arid corresponding secretary, Mi'-, \V,J- nia I i,.ikse\. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer The Vincent Kisenbacher family \\rnt tn iHibuque Thursday to visit their (l.iugtikT Mary at St. Francis ('uiiv'.'ril. Mr. ami Mrs Gerard Strouth ami fjmil) ol Heading, Minn, visited Kisi'iibachiT relati\es Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elsbecker attended the Iowa Slate Master Barbers Convention at Waterloo May 20-21. Mr. Elsbecker was a delegate for Knsstith county. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Calkins (if LnVerne. St. Joe Man Badly Injured In California David (;. Thnl. son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Tlitil of St. Joe, was seriously injured. May 27. at Mountain View. Cat. in a collision between a motor scooter :iml a cnr. His injuries necessitated amputation of his loft leg below Ihe knee. He was riding the motor scooter which w a s rammed in the collision. Police said a four-inch section of bone from his leg was found 10 feet from where he fell. David. 2. 1 !. was a mechanic. HP is married. His parents were immediately notified of (he accident. He will probably lie in the El Camino hospital for six weeks, at Mountain View, Calif. His room number is 425. Fete iakota BB Squads; State Line Champions I.nkoUi — Since this is the firsf time ii\ (ho history of the Dakota school and the first time in the history of (he Slate Line conference ttint both boys and girls from the same town and school won conference titles in basket- hall, a .banquet to celebrate the event w;*; held May 25. Roth sguads and cheerleaders traveled do the Colonial Room of the Hedwood cafe at Fairmont. Various means were used to raise funds' for the banquet, among them a car wash by the boys and coaches Jerry McMullen and John Cook each contributed to the fund and each stftdent paid a nominal fee. To complete the evening Dr. and Mrs P. 0. deilenfeldt and Mr and Mrs C. C. Ger/ema treated the group to n movie. student. Alice Bormcmn I.S.U. Graduate Band Queen \Vhittctnore — Nancy Schmeling. daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Echmelinjg, has been chosen to represent Whittemore in the Mason City Band Festival to be held June 19. ML* Schmeling is a junior, a drummer in the band, a member of the chorus and basketball team. She was on the annual staff, softball team and an honor WANT ADS niimiiiiiuiuiiHiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiii Wanted EXPERIENCED BEAUTICIAN — Wants full or part-time work. Phone CY 4-4279. (21 tfn) plies are confidential, (22-27) NEEDED AT ONCE — FuUjDr part time. Man or woman to service customers with Watkins products in city of Algona. Earn $75 and up weekly. No investment. Write Watkins Products, Inc., D-G2. Winona, Minn. (22-24*) HELP WANTED — Responsible man. Steady job. Learn a vocation and get paid at the same time. Good wages. Apply at once by writing Box 6<)-B, c o Algona Upper Des Moines newspaper. 20tfn Alice Hermann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Bormann, received her B.S. degree at Iowa State University, Ames, May 26. Miss Bormann, 1958 St. Joseph's high school graduate, will spend several weeks at home before leaving for Ida Grove June 17 where she has accepted a position as County Extension Home Economist. (UDM Engraving) WANTED — Will train one man, 24-45, that needs over $100 week to take over built up business. Good work record and references required. Home nights. Yearly bonus. Write Box 27.'), Garner, Iowa. (20-23) MAN WANTED Large Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company has an opening in this territory for a District Manager. Complete training is offered. Financing is available with a liberal bonus. Retirement, hospital and group life benefits at no cost. Write to State Manager, Modern Woodmen of America, 320 Badgerow Building, Sioux City, la., giving age, experience etc. All re- WOMAN WANTED - General kitchen work and dishwashing; restaurant experience preferred; full time: salary and meals. Apply Hotel Algona. 22-23 Dept. — Mr. and MM. Elmer Hauenstein and Family. 22* CARD Of THANKS Just words can hardly express it, but I want you all to know that the most welcome and encouraging letters and cards, and other kindnesses while I was at Iowa City hospital were most sincerely appreciated. And all other help to the farm and faintly likewise. — Art Olsen (22*) Miscellaneous NOTICE I will not be responsible (or any bills except those contracted by me personally. — Mrs. Mary E. Stainbrook. 21-23 WANTRI) — Salesman in Algona, guaninteed salary S350 per month. Must br neat in appearance, good personality. No house (o house calls. Write P.O. Hox 104. Spencer. Towa. (22-23) WANTED - Man 25-45, capable of learning and managing a going business. Married and good work record necessary. Should earn $125 week plus yearly bonus to start. Home nights. See Fred Knudtson, Algona Hotel, Thursday, June 7th, 6 to 9 p.m. (22) III Card Of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the people who gave us clothes, dishes, furniture and money after the fire which destroyed our home. Thanks also to Rev. Gerike and the Fire I WISH TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION I IT IS APPRECIATED ! GARRY MCDONALD DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for SECOND DISTRICT SUPERVISOR GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW Around The Town & Country YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR YOUR AREA NEIGHBOR Meet Albert Shaser Of Bancroft WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR This week's Country Neighbor is Albert W. Shaser, who Is practically a life-long resident of Kossuth county. He came to Kossuth at the age of two and has lived here since. He owns a 156-acre farm 2' 2 miles north and 1' 2 miles east of Lone Rock. During the 1901 growing season, he planted 00 acres of corn and 45 acres of oats and had 20 acres each of pasture and hay land. He normally milks 15 cows and feeds calves out for market. During 1901. he marketed about 80 hogs, also, and his wife takes care of about 500 chickens each year. He was born in 1911 in Shelby county and is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shaser. He enjoys mechanical work on farm equipment and also enjoys hunting and fishing. Mrs. Shaser is the former Neva Rath, daughter of the late John Rath and Martha Rath. She was born at Lone Rock and is a life-long resident of the county. She is a member of the Ladies Aid of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church and enjoys sewing as a hobby. The Shasers have a daughter, Mrs. Raymond Uthof, Fenton. a granddaughter and a grandson. Mrs. Shaser has a sister, Mrs. Emma Hurlburt, Lone Kock, and five brothers. The Shasers were married in 1932 at the Good Hop.- Methodist church. (UDM Polaroid Photo — Engraving) Nineteen years ago the International Harvester dealership in Aigona became the property of two brothers, Ualt and Deb Hall. In the intervening time, the Hall Brothers, doing business as ALGONA IMPLEMENT Co., have come to know a wide range of friends and customers, and have seen their business expand into a fine, new modern concrete block structure with plenty of private parking and room for used machinery right at the front door or side door, you might say. The brothers came to Algona in March of 1913, and took over the 1HC location then at State and Jones. In October of 1!)17 they moved to their fine new home on Commercial Street, where their shop room is the finest and most ample in this area. •» • -*, As every farmer knows, ability to get parts is a "must", and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT parts department is one of the largest in Northern Iowa. "Service IS Our Most Important Product" is the slogan of the ALGONA IMPLEMENT, which handles' not only the International line but also supplemental equipment lines as well as power lawn mowers, boat motors, and lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. The Hall Brothers and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT crew invite you to stop in — anytime ! Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CMS Tracks. Phone CY 4-35G1 Algona Beecher Lane Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES (irer-t You' In TELEVISION WestitiKhouse In APPI.I \\CES vVestiii»house Fri^idaire Phone cy 1-3613 Algona Clark Grain Co. Galbraith Station LuVerne, Iowa, P.O. Grinding & Mixing Mailer Mix Feedi WE BUY & SELL GRAIN ——^»»»BM««i Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Silei • Service • Friendly ft CourUoui Alwiyi N. M.ln St. Phone CY 4-3491 '—' ' '' >~^^^^^^^^****m*fimm*m*mmm^mm Algona Implement Co. Yuur Friendly International Harvester Dearler FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service n II UfTIIHAnMM Phone CY 4-3501 Algona Irons Heating & Plumbing — "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Healing Sheet Metal Cus or Oil Unlti Pumpt Wnier Sy»temf Complete Fixture* j Hlirjne CY 4-3640 ~~ Algona Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tire? Oliver Ma»ey-Harrl> Allii-Chalmer* CMC Truck* FircMilono Tire* Phone CY 4-2421 Algona Robinson Construction Co, Sioux Steel Building* Building Conduction F»r ilit. ilrenglb, long Ui* end (MM ot build- 1*19. UiiUl on — BIOUX Another •dvuic*m*nt In •••Ur terming. E. E, Roblnton E»ll on Hwy. II Phone CY 4-1374

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