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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 18, 1962
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(la.) Upfte? Des MotoMfuescfuy, September 16, 1962 Around Phil Diamond went to Rochester, Minn. Tuesday for treatment of a back ailment. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson had as their weekend guest, Dr. Ray Hobson of Marcus. Mrs Dick Meyer was hostess to her neighborhood birthday rltib Wednesday afternoon. V —o— Josephine Dittmer was atSHoch- ester, Minn, last week where she went through the Mayo clinic. —o— Luke Linnan was dismissed Friday from St. Ann hospital after being a medical patient there for about a week. Mr and Mrs Bless Rusk took their son, Gary, to Iowa City Sunday to enter the State University as a freshman. Mr and Mrs Victor Frideres are parents of an eight pound, five ounce daughter born Sept. 14 af St. Ann hospital. —o— Leona Smith will be attendinp the Wesleyan Service Guild jur isdictional meeting at Minneapolis Oct. 5 through 7. —o— Ed Hough was dismissed Satur day from St. Ann hospital where he had been a patient for severa weeks with a heart condition. Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz had as their guests recently Mr and Mrs Warren Rentz and Brian, Bruce and Mark of Sturgis, Mich. —o— Randy Harmes, son of Mr and Mrs Burton Harmes, is leavinp soon to enter Mankato State College at Mankato, Minn, as a freshman. John Foth, who was a patient al St. Ann hospital several days last week, was transferred Wednesday to Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs T. C. Hutchison took their son, Tom, to Iowa City over the weekend where he will enter law school at the State University. Algona ready-to-wear merchant? on a market trip to Minneapolis this week include Roy Christen son, Theo Chrischilles and Char les Sheakley. . . Mr and Mrs George Carmody of Clinton were weekend guests here of Mr and Mrs Ray Cook. They also visited Mr and Mrr Harry Hargreaves. Mrs Louis Reilly took her daughter Mary to Aberdeen, S. D. last week where she entered Presentation Heights, a college for women, as a freshman. —o— Salesmen's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce had a picnic Saturday evening at the Call State Park. Thirty-five members and their wives attended. Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening with Mrs W J. Sigsbee. Mrs Henry Johannsen was a guest and prizes were received by Mrs John Dutton & Mrs Elizabeth Post. Mrs W. J. Finn entertained at a neighbood coffee this morning (Tuesday) for Mrs Don Asa who is moving to Texas soon. Don Asa is at present in Texas deciding on an exact location. Mrs Dick Meyer is at Aplington today (Tuesday) attending a retreat for United Presbyterian Women Organization presidents Also attending are the Lakota and Burl U.P.W. presidents. _o— Presbyterian Women's Circles will meet Thursday afternoon as follows: Circle A, Mrs Lloyd Robinson; Circle B, Mrs William Funk; Circle C, Mrs Beechcr Lane; Circle D, Mrs Art Krause. —o— Mr mid Mrs Craig Smith returned home Sunday from Chicago where they had attended funeral services for Robert Corcoran, 42 husband of Mrs Smith's sister, the former Ruth Fleming of Whittemore. —o— Mrs Wes Bartlett is a patient at Park hospital at Mason City where she had surgery. Her mother, Mrs W. A. Foster, has returned from the same hospital where she also had surgery last week. —o— Mr and Mrs Harlnn Sigsbee and Mary Ann and Jean took Bill Sigsbee to Iowa City Saturday to begin his sophomore year at the State University. They were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Everett Rekers at Cedar Falls. —o— Local men attending the men's retreat of North Central Iowa Presbytery at Lake Okoboji recently were Karl Kiilsholm, Joseph Skow, Leon Martin, Jergen Skow, Joseph Easter, Richard Burt and Paul James. Methodists will have a covered dish luncheon after worship services Sunday to meet Basil Muz- ore wa, African student at Morningside College sponsored by the local church. Mr and Mrs Glenn Graham and Mr and Mrs Stanley Gardner are the committee in charge. Hair Style Trophy An AlRona beautician, Oelrae Komnn, right, won the huge trophy shown in the above photo in a hair styling contest sponsored by Modern Beauty Supply at Mason City Sunday. Also shown in the photo is Mrs. Bill Rogers, Algona, wearing the hair-do that took the prize. The contest, which followed a meeting of cosmetologists, was judged on originality, adaptability and execution by Mr. Bruno and Mr. Joseph from the Advanced School of Cosmetology at Toronto, Canada. Miss Kemna is employed at the State Beauty Salon here. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto-Engraving) of P.E.O., ft.A.ft., Representatives of the high schoo faculty and Algona public library board, with whom Willard Thompson's sister, Ella, was long affiliat ed. Rev. Frank B. Harcey of the Congregational church read, ap propriate Scriptural passages and concluded the services with The Lord's Prayer and Benediction. People of the Algona Community School District will have reason for many years to remember the late Willard E. Thompson and Ella P. Thompson, his sister, because of the Trust Fund, eventually to amount to $500,000, provided by them, the interest from which is to go toward scholarships for worthy graduate seniors to obtain a higher education in any college or university in the state of Iowa. Methodist Couple's Club had a Back to College party for their first fall meeting Sunday evening. Entertainment was planned by Mrs Newton Coughenour and the refreshment committee was Mr and Mrs Willard Snustad, Mr and Mrs Jim Modrell, Mr and Mrs Bob Diekmann and Dr. and Mrs Dean Koob. Members of the hospital ant! lomes committee of the Methodist church are attending a rally at Friendship Haven at Fort Dodge today (Tuesday). The local committee is Mrs Lloyd tfuckey, chairman, Joyce Hayden, Mrs Leonard Maasdam, Mrs Willam Runchey, Mrs Flora Tiss, Mrs John Wilson and Mrs Inez Wolfe. O—' Marilyn Kay Rentz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz, became the bride of Kenneth Beisch, son of Mrs Suzanne Beisch, and the late Edward Beisch, Friday evening at Blue Earth, Minn. The newlyweds spent the weekend with Vlr and Mrs Norman Hanevik at St. Paul and will live in Algona where the bridegroom is employed at Universal Manufacturing Co. —o— Methodist Youth Fellowship of the local church had its first fall meeting Sunday. Officers were installed by Rev. Newton Coughenour. New counselors, Mr & Mrs Paul Gugeler and Mr and Mr; Jim Johnson, were introduced. They will assist Mrs Joe Tschetter, Youth division superintendent The lunch committee was Mr and Mrs Wes Bartlett and Mr and Mrs Everett Barr. —o— Post Top Scores Top scores posted by women at Algona Lanes during the past week included a 191 by Marilyn Schumacher, 183 by Margaret Heerdt and 180 by Joyce Dailey. Marilyn Schumacher also had top series total, 490. Drive-In Closes The Slarlite Drive-In Theater here closed for the season Sunday, following another successful year. v See us for entry blanks in the Terramyciir Checkstakes 2,000 SECOND Wouldn't you like to win $25,000? You could, you know... or you might win one of the 2000 second prizes — worth $5.00 each. It couldn't be easier to enter this giant Terramycin Checkstakes. There's nothing to write, nothing to answer. Just come in today and we'll give you the simple details. And while you're here find out how Terramycin can save you big money. As Advertised in Today's Farm & Home Section KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Mary Garman Passes; Rites Here Thursday Funeral services for Mrs Mary S. Garman, 78, long-time Kossuth county resident, will be held Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Cecolia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen will be celebrant of the requiem high mass and burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery al Wesley. Six grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Hamilton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements and ros ary will be said there Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs Garman died Monday at Sf Ann hospital after an illness of three months. She was born Mary Kirschbaum Oct. 8, 1883 at Cassville, Wis. to William and Lena Bausch Kirschbaum and came to Kossuth county in 1889. On Nov. 19, 1902 she was married to Richard Garman in St. Joseph's church at Wesley and the couple farmed for many years before retiring and moving to Algona where they lived at 330 N Garfield. Mr Garman died in March of 1950. Mrs Garman was a member of St. Cecelia's Guild here. Surviving are seven sons, William, Gerald, and Leo Garman, all of Algona, Arthur and Stanley Garman, both of Corwith, Victor of Burt and Robert of Lakefield. Minn.; two daughters, Mrs Adolph 'Caroline) Killian, Milford, and Mrs William (Leona) Erpelding. Algona; four brothers, Robert Kirschbaum, Garner, Peter Kirschbaum, Ayrshire, August Kirschbaum, Sexton, and Ollie Kirschbaum, Mason City; one sister Mrs Harry (Pauline) Meleney Mason City; 45 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren. Enjoy Fishing Trip Mr and Mrs Albert Metzger of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Her- man Zeigler, Elmore, are home after a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. They report fishing good and brought home a good string of Walleyes and Northerns. 8 Year Old Boy Faces Juvenile Court Action An eight year old Algona boy faced juvenile court action as the result of the theft of fishing equipment valued at $50 from the garage of D. P. Smith here Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 12. The equipment was found by a passerby near the Hub Clothiers here and reported to local police, who picked it up and it was later returned to the owner. When apprehended, the boy had in his possession several dollars worth of toys and candy which he purchased earlier in the day at a local store. Last Rites For Benefactor Of School Held Graveside rites for Willard E. Thompson, with interment of his ashes, were held at Riverview cemetery, here, Saturday morning, Sept. 15. Because of the condition of her lealth, Mrs Willard (Henrietta) Thompson of La Jolla, Cal., was unable to be in attendance, and she was represented by Mr and Mrs R. F. Eggers of that city Mrs Eggers being her sister. Willard E. Thompson having been for many years a member of one of the Masonic Lodges in Milwaukee, Wis., Past Master Stewart McFadden of Prudence Lodge in Algona conducted the solemn funeral service of Vlasons. Also in attendance at the vices were old friends of Thompson family, notably the ser- the some Algona Driver Charged After Minor Mishap Two minor mishaps were investigated here recently. A total of $315 damage resulted to four vehicles involved. Sept. 9, at 12:05 p.m., a cat- driven by Jacqueline Waldera, 22. Algona struck a vehicle owned by John A. Fassbender, Mason City, on East State street. The Fassen- bender auto was parked at the time. Damage to the Algona auto was estimated $70 and $20 damage resulted to the Mason City vehicle. A day earlier, at 1:52 p.m., autos driven by Raymond W. Metzen, Jr., 29, Algona, and John Arndorfer, 83, Algona, collided at the intersection of Jones and Elm streets and Arndorfer was charged with failing to enter a highway safely. Damage to the Metzen auto was estimated at $128, while damage to the Arndorfer car was estimated at $100. City police investigated the mishaps. Begins Year Initially aired by a 32-station network, The Lutheran Hour begins its 30th broadcast season Sunday, Sept. 23, over 1,200 stations which virtually blanket the United States and bring the program's message into 120 lands around the world. Annual Supper Tilonka — The annual Harvest Supper will be held at Titonka Methodist church Sept. 19. Serving starts at 5 p.m. COUNCIL MINUTES The rity council met with Finn. Mayor Pro Tern, nnd the following nmcd council members: Muckey. StoCran. Elbert. Andrcasen Absent: Mayor Shierk, Pelrce. Minutes of previous meeting were •end and approved. Letter from Frank Vera requesting he alley in block CO, O.P. be vacated was read and referred to the Plan- ling and Zoning Comm. Offer to buy a portion of the alley n blk. 194. Calls Add. by Frank Rueb .vns approved and the City Clerk was nuthorized to advertise same for sale. Discussion on real estate owned ).v the city was held. Street dcpt. was authorized to send out for bids on a new truck. City Clerk was instructed to notify property owners on the north side of McGreRor from Roan to VVoodworth street to construct sidewalk. GENERAL Shinrk. Salary 11250 Smith. Salary 22355 Shierk. Court Costs 8000 la. Slate Bank. Whold. 25.00 Advance Pub.. Minutes on.33 Arwell. Rat Control 2!>.:m Directory Service. Supplies .. 12.50 Koch Bros.. Supplies 11.93 McGraw-Hill. Subscription 6.00 Shoy & Gotten. Vet. Service _ 7.00 UDM Publ.. Printing 40.80 STREET Burtis. Salary _ 143.70 Frambach. Salary 131.00 Helmers. Salary 13250 Lashbrook. Salary -_ _ _ _ _ 109.25 Pergande. Salary 170.38 THE REMINGTON PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN IN 12, 16, 20 GAUGE AND 12 GAUGE MAGNUM 870 I MODEL 870 - Chambered for 2 5 ,i-inch shells, lightweight and streamlined for fast-handling, fast shooting. Rugged and dependable throughout. MODEL 870 MAGNUM - Chambered for 3-inch shells.'will also handle 2 J j-inch shells. Recoil pad. Many exclusive features. Before you buy your new shotgun, be sure to see the "Wingmaster" "IIit't Remington- li't *iani" Model 870 and Model 870 "Wir,gmoil«r" It Reg. U.S. Pal. OR. Magnum, by Remington Arml Company. Inc. IHf OlDfST GUNMAKERS IN AMERICA PRESENT THE NEWEST GUNS. "As Advertised in Today's Farm & Home Section" ONLY PENNINGTON OFFERS BOTH Special Prices On Six Eaton Grain Bins Bin Io ' and stM '' Ktcl M 1 only — 4100 bushel bin 2 only — 4900 bushel bins 3 only — 5700 bushel bins $769 $899 $977 These are exceptional prices — come out and talk it over! Remember — we have just six of these bins and there will be no more at these prices ! Theie NEW feature* pfot heavy # 1 gauge steel bar mesh •Idewalli make Pennington corn crib* your best buy, Pennington Crib* also available without Bin Top New Bin Top eliminates crop Joss due to moisture rot when •now and ice accumulate at top cf crib after the corn tettles, j New Bin Top protects against {ceding and nesting of birds that results in crop loss and; flown grading wfcca corn is uo» loaded. New Bin Top gives assurance of crop safety to loan officials for on-thc-farra storage. • New Steep Pitch Roof allows? faster filling and eliminates need for hand leveling during filling, • New Steep-Pitch Roof makes it easier to elevate corn to roof opening; roof angle is perfect for efficient elevator operation, 9 Solid Base Anchors fastened] *very 5', § 24 Rafters In Roof with over*' lapping sections for triple strength. Strongest crib roof made I ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. E. E. "Bud" Robinson Highway 18 Algona CY 4-3374 f>«!W, Salary ...,.„_„.. 183.63 Seobba. Salnry 80.18 wlbben, Salary - 14421 la. State Dank, Whole! 122.50 Barclay Co.. Mdsc 7.37 Bohannon Ins., Ins. fl7.8B Carson's. Mdsc. 1028 Cook's Scrap Iron. Mdsc 2.lif) Ft. Dodge Towel, Service 3.25 Funk Plbg., Mdsc - 17.03 HOAD USE TAX Algona Flour & Feed, He- pairs „ 13.7H Algona Impl., Repairs 1.42 AlRon.-t Machine Shop, Repairs 8.70 Arnold Motors. Repairs 11.7!) Bituminous Mat., Asphalt 1,020.55 Bradley Equip., Repairs 5.07 Grcenberg Auto, Repairs 17.77 Hilton's Service, Repairs 32.45 PerelvnPs. Repairs lfi( Phillips Petrol.. Grease 1D.33 Sankcy Concrete, Material .. 3211.'10 United Bldg.. Materials 240.54 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelmnn. Salary 2B2.84 Bulten, Salary 214.00 Hutchison, Salary 219.97 .lorgenson. Salary 20!Uil Mlttag. Salary 185.92 Kohl. Salary 2000 Volgl. Salary 191.G9 la. State Bank. Whold 171.30 Trust & Agency, Pension in,30 Cities' Service, Gns flD.31 Kent Motors. Mdse. 4.RO Tom's Radio, Service 17.115 UDM Publ., Supplies 30.00 City Clerk, Advanced Cash .. 11.05 J.. Chalgren, Mclse. 0.50 Algona Ins., Premium 30.05 Algona Fire Co., Services 702.00 Hilton's. Service 23.14 Utt Electric. Repair 3.75 Bi-Lateral Hose Co., Mdsc. -. 1.100.M SANITATION North Central Service. Gas .. 3.53 Arnold Motors, Repairs 2.02 Vandcr-Waal. Chemicals 138.50 SEWEH RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 133.70 Lemkce. Salnry IttU.G!) la. State Brink, Interest 5!)8.50 la. State Bank. Interest 123.75 Mrs. Randall. Interest 33.75 la. Drs Moines Nat'I Bank, Bonds .-_ 9,000.00 fa. Stnte 4 §ank, WTtold 28.80 Algonn Impl., Repairs 0.88 Arnold Motors, Repairs 15.07 Frederick Hdw., Mdsc. * 3.58 _ . , „ HECHEATION B ft K Enterprises, Painting „ 10.00 Cook's Welders, Chlorine 101.25 Pratt Electric, Repair 4.10 Hutzell's. Mdse 204 Thermogas, Gas _ . 2700 Gary Barr, Services 4.50 PARKING METER Groen, Salnry 272.50 Kllev, Salary ._ 32.30 Sands, Salnry 10699 la. State Bank, Whold. 07.70 Trust & Agency, Pension 3.20 Milton's. Exchange Battery .. 1.00 Tlutzcll's C. S,, Gas '. 1054 Utt Electric, Repairs 300 TRUST it AGENCY v, Meland Tor L. Counley, Pension ._ 20.00 Bertha M. Egli, Pension 75.00 CARBOLA Advertised in Today's " Farm & Home Section AVAILABLE IN ALGONA AT KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY 21G W. State CY 4-420G Who heating/cooling LUXURY costs you? v Actually,- jra* can.otf ftd 68620% •. • save 2500 add.more over the life, time of a Lennox teatlng/air conditioning unit. Lennox* so-called i "luxury" features make the big difference in operating expenses. Read how they greatly increase comfort, too, in current issues of Reader's Digest, Good Housekeeping and New Homes Guide. Better yet, call us for the money saving facta-aoda free home comfort survey. LAING'S Plumbing & Heating I i "I 1 1 Check these Lennox^ economy features t Economy O f adding coaling Cenltal Ilr ctmtmiomng Is easy snj tconomlcU tg gdi) |g Linnoi heating 2 Economy of tmti eonstraetFon no sklmpine in»plic«l Dtslined la '"mien.* *"" '" """ "*""' 3. 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