The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1962 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 24, 1962
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Lightning Hit LuVerne Farm Twice, 1 Day LuVcrnc — Mr and Mrs Henry Pergande noticed lightning struck their light pole Thursday, and they went to town to report it. Evidently it struck again, hitting the electric wiring into the house. When they returned home the kitchen was full of smoke but no fire. (la.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1962 Burnt curtain, scorched woodwork, melted insulators and smoke damage was done hut the fact I hoy had doors and windows closed tightly, the blaze smudged out with no further damage. the more you know QUALITY the more you'll appreciate SHARP'S diamond values! When you buy a diamond you must rely on the integrity of the store and its past performance. For many years our reputation has been your best guarantee in the purchase of a diamond. No matter how much you plan to spend, it won't cost you one penny more... and in most cases much less... to make this important purchase from a trusted jeweler. Every diamond in our huge collection is honestly priced to meet any and all competition. Don't buy any diamond until you discover the thrilling values waiting for you at our store. Styles illustrated are available in both yellow and white 18K gold. Convenient Credit Terms — Take Months To Pay BEGISTEPED JEWREP Farpwrll Dintipr A farewell dinner was held a the Mr and Mrs Carl Hansolman homo Sunday, honnring Norman Buongcr, son of Mr and Mrs Hoy Bucnger of West Bond. Norman is lonving soon for the service. Present were the Edwin Hanselmarfs, Vernon Hnnselmans. Mr and Mrs Keith Voss and family, Henry Lnucks, his grandmother, Amelia Hnnsclman. an;l his parents, the Roy FBucngers of West Bond. On Fishing Trip Mr and Mrs Jack Guy left for a week's fishing trip. Mrs Guy lus a wo< k Vii 'ation from her post Oil iC{J poNiil.lil. \ i:;itmg at the HiclrirJ Wagner home is his daughter and family ,he George Johnsons of Oxnanl, Calif. They also plan to visit his parents in Pennsylvania and rela- :I\V.M in New Y</rk. The auxiliary mrt at ihe Mrs Guv Giddiness ho:ne Mon.lay. Shi-ri Ramus, who was chosen to attend Girl's Stale Ihi-s MI :i;ner. gave a report on her learning. Mrs Emerald Strand was hostess. The St./dard Service Static i has a new coat of paint. Nice im- I provemeut. Lowell Thomas is the I operaior. | Kate 13;,rton has rented an apartment in Fort Dodge and is now making her home there. Airs Elmer Henry an.l son Dick of Simmer, .Mass, visited her son Earl at Seattle, Wash, and also attended the World's Fair and en- route home visited in the Martha Schneider home. A group of 8 ladies known as the "Afelody Moms", met at the home of Mrs Harold Wolf Thursday afternoon. The group have sung for several various functions around the Bode, Livermore anc LuVerne area. Mr and Mrs James Bowmar and children of Lynn Haven, Fla ire visiting at the J. 0. Marty lome. Mr Marty was taken to hospital in Fort Dodge before heir arrival here, however. Mr and Mrs Matt Stauffaker o! tonroe, Wis. and John Buhlman Clarno, Wis. and the Terry licheals of Remvick visited at the enry Kubly home the first of the eek. Mrs Edward Elbert was taken AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY ALGONA.IOWA o the Mercy hospital Wednesday for medical treatment. Mrs Theodore Johnson's mother, Mrs Harry Frenz of Mason City, is visiting them this week. Recently married, Mr and Mrs in LuVerne this week, enroutd from California to Chicago where they will make their home. Mr Farmakis was a former music ins-i tructor in our local school. Mr and Mrs Judean Weltha and family of Randall, la. visited her parents, the Edwin Martys. The two men then left for a fishing trip. .Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker have received word that their son, Donald Bakers are the new parents of a baby girl, their second, born Monday in Boston, Mass. Mr Ray Agard and son Garj are enjoying a Canadian fishin;; trip while Mrs Agard and daughter Linda are vi.siting relatives in Denver, Colo. Mr and Mrs Don Lichty of Chicago left here to visit other relatives in Canada. Mr Estel Rentz of Crystal River, r lorida visited his sister, Mr? j.vdia Lund and brother Grover lentz hero Monday. Ferdinand Meyer and Lydio Lund visited Mr Meyer's wife Saturday in the Mapleleaf Rest Home in Burt. It was Mrs Meyer's birth day. She received gifts and enjoyed the pleasant afternoon. j Mrs Hattie Baker was taken t(. the Sisson Nursing home in Hum- ; boldt Monday. She had been taken • care of by her daughter, Mrs Olive ' De Witt. : Mr and Mrs Edward Lindeba!-- and children left Saturday on theii vacation, for Seattle to attend thr World's Fair. J. 0. Marty is a medical patien in a Fort Dodge hospital. Mrs Max Patterson is working in the office of Dr. Brainerd during the absence of Lavon Maass. Miss Maass is in Seattle attending the World's Fair. Mr and Mrs Joseph Norcross and family attended a picnic Sunday at her mother. Mrs Sam Mickel- sons in Belmond. The Eager Beavers met Monday at the Roger Gregory home. Mrs Gregory served the boys lunch. Gerald Ramus served as pallbearer at the Lyle Hamilton funeral Monday in Irvington. Both were employed by Dole Construction ;V Irvington. Mr and Mrs James Sloter and Danny of Forest City visited her parents, the Wm. Priors Friday. Visiting at the Mary Schultz home is her daughter, Mrs Clara Roth and son Harold of McGrath Burt Couple Married Minn. Soon her son, Everett Schultz of Pella, will also join them. Larry Harmon of Minneapolis visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Fay Harmon, Saturday and Sunday. Mr Fred Merkle has been a patient in the Fort Dodge Lutheran LOOK WHAT WE HAVE! , ..... „. U1K iull ^ uuee , Peter Farmakis visited friends hospital since Wednesday . Alvina Harms, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Burt, and Philip T. Carlson, son of Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson, Burt, were married in the Burt Presbyterian church at 7:30 p.m. June 30. Rev. H. A. Smidt officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Evelyn' Mawdsley and soloist was Mary Carlson. The bride was attired in a gown of silk organza and Chantilly lace, floor-length with lace at the hemline and long organza sleeves ending in a point at the wrists. Her imported silk bridal illusion veil was attached to a princess crown of pearls. She wore earrings, which were a gift from the groom and carried a bouquet of red roses. The bride's attendants were Mrs William Champion, matron of honor, Helen Harms, bridesmaid, and Belinda Champion, flower girl. The sridegroom's attendants were Robert Carlson, best man, Paul Carlson, groomsman, and Norma Carlson and Harris Harms, ushers. A reception was held in the Burt Legion hall following the ceremony. Ruth Harms registered the guests, Mrs Wilbert Meinders cut the cakev iJennte • Harms and Mrs Pat Puttkuner, poured," gifts -were fn 'charge' of Beverly Thompson, Marilyn Bjustrom and Janice Lindhorst and waitresses were Judy man* Patricia Haupert, Joan Becker and Karen Ites. Following a wedding trip to the Black Hills, • the newlyweds are making their home in Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) HOUSEKEEPING CHORES ARE THIS BIG!! .. . and not one bit more complicated. Just a flip of the switch and wonderful things start to happen. Electric housewares pamper you all through the day, even work while you sleep snuggly under an electric blanket. Wake up to music with an electric clock- radio and start the day with coffee brewed to perfection in an electric mffee maker. Breeze through "tidying-up" with an electric vacuum cleaner while lunch is gently cooking in a versatile electric skillet. Beginning to sound like a fun-day? Every day is a good day when you have electric house- wares working for you. These little things m hfe can mean so much and cost so little. Treat yourself visit your appliance dealer agon. ALGONA Municipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" Swea Family To Make Home, Colorado Springs Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mrs August Bower left about July 1 to make their home at Colorado, Springs, Colo. They sold their household goods at auction. They planned to visit a son, Donald and family at Iowa City, and a son, Galen, and his family at Des Moines, before continuing on to Colorado Springs. The Bowers have another son, Dennis, also married and living at Colorado Springs. Mr and Mrs Bower lived there for 15 years at prior to coming to Swea City. They lived in this community for over two years. He will be employed as a carpenter at Colorado Springs. Dennis Johnson spent a week's vacation with his family, the Albert Johnsons. Dennis is from Emmetsburg. Darlene and Marilyn Johnson, and Sandra Fulmer of St. James, Minn, are detasseling corn south of Algona. Mr and Mrs Art Peterson and Ronald were Iowa City business callers for two days last week. Mr and Mrs Art Peterson visited at the Roy Pehrson home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs William Gies, Mr and Mrs Willis Cole, Sr., Mr and Mrs Bill Colt, Jr., and children, Beverly Cole, Minneapolis, Kenneth Cole, Luverne, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Eldon Link and children were guests at a housewarming for Mr and Mrs William Gies, Jr. at their new home in Swea City, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke and children were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the home of her sister, the Ed Wilkinsons, Des Moines. The Mike Kennedys visited the Henry Steffens north of the Twin Cities and with others at Marshall, Minn. Mr and Mrs Otto Larson called at the Walter Goraczkowski home Sunday evening. Lois McGregor, Minneapolis, spent some time at home last week- visiting her parents, the Clifford McGregors, and called at the home of Mrs Jerry Wegner on Tuesday afternoon. Lois is employed at a hairdressing salon in Minneapolis. A FULLY AUTOMATIC WATER SOFTENER FOR YOU - AT A NEW, LOW PRICE OF ONLY $ 267 50 OTHERS FROM $154.50 CHECK ALL THE FEA•URES AND COMPARE WITH ANY ON THE MAR<ET! • Fiberglass Tanks ® Fully Automatic • Backed By Our Expert Service • Fully Guaranteed » Cannot Be Beat Quality-wise For The Price Anywhere . STOP IN TODAY - OR CALL AND GET ALL THE DETAILS ON THIS FINE LINE OF WATER SOFTENERS. LINDSAY SOFT WATER So. Phillips St. ALGONA CY 4-3755 (29-30) Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper years sweat was • mighty ; cheap! / Cooperatives are the balance wheel that strengthens our free economy CO-OP BENEFITS "You remember those times. Farm prices kept going down and down, but coeta of farm equipment and supplies were pretty steady. No matter how hard you worked, you couldn't make ,a living. "If we'd had stronger co-ops during those time* it wouldn't have been so bad. Now, with our own local and regional marketing and supply co-opa we get the best possible prices for our crops and we buy for less money. "Farming is too tough a job to try to get along without the protection of our co-ops,^ NO. 16 OF A SERIES- PRESENTED BY , 1953, by Co-op Adt. Coundi LuVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR Eldon Guess, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis lura, Mgr, IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR . , , , I. F. Immerfall, Mgr, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr, FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode . , . . E. N, Ellington, Mgr,, LEDYARP CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR, Algona , , , Ray Reid, Mgr, WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR , , . , Larry Twedt, Mgr, FARMERS ELEVATOR CO, Swea City Russell Parker, Mgr, LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Loren* G«Mt*enauer, Mgr, WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO R. W , Jurgens, Mgr, CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO,, Ringed, Kenneth Patterson, Mgr, BURT CO*QP ELEVATOR j, t , Milter, Mgr,

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