The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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Good Neighbors Aid Three In Lone Rock Area w° n 1 Rock ,~ Good neighbors have been plentiful in the Lone nock area recently. Tuesday of last week, 21 men helped Eldin Marlow pick and shell corn. The men were at the Marlow farm at 8 a.m and with nine pickers going they were done with 30 acres of corn at noon. The corn pickers were Dick Wetzel, Bob Marlow, Merwin Marlow, Louis Heerdt, Jess Volentine. Walter Dacken, Lyle Marlow. Harlan Marlow, Marvin Marlow! Those who helped haul and shell the corn were Ornie Behrends Art Person, Reinhold Person! Mennet Trunkhill, Everett Householder, Kearn Marlow, Dell Marlow, Milton Marlow, Fred Schmidt, Kenny Schmidt, and Jim Schmidt. William Knoll was the corn shell- D. NELSON STORY WITH A MORAL Undoubtedly, the greatest problem a reputable dealer faces in his community is gaining his buyer's confidence. Sometimes, the customer becomes convinced the hard way. I was reminded of this recently by an incident concerning another dealer in a similar town to ours. He was unable to sign a young used car b » y e r who was very enthused about a particular car. The car was a popular 1956 model in unbelievably good condition. The price was slightly above market average, but the car's condition made it a real buy. The young man was the son of one of the dealer's customers, started his first job, and was buying his first car. He confided to bis dad he wanted to shop a large city, 45 miles away, because "I think I'll save myself some money." Well, he shopped and bought an "identical" car for S130.00 less money. "Even the mileage is less," he boasted, (it had been turned back to a fraction of the true figure). He drove it for 27 days before a breakdown revealed a hole in a cylinder wall (temporarily plugged). Labor, plus a new engine block, plus what he still owed on finance totalled about DOUBLE the actual value of the car. When the used car dealer refused to pay, he decided to abandon the car on which he'd paid $375 of an $800 total. An expensive lesson may become more expensive still if the dealer's finance company sues him for the balance of his contract. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. "Make Our Chevrolet Garage Your One-slop Sales & Service Headquarters" ef. Ladies who brought food and helped with the dinner were Mrs Ervin Wetzel, Mrs Dennis Priebe, Mrs Lyle Marlow, Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Milton Marlow and Mrs Marvin arlow. More good neighbors were busy Saturday at the Hurlburt farms helping Junior and Merwin Hurlburt. The following men picked 60 acres of corn between 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.: Ed Tigges, Roy Jensen, Russell Jensen, Roger Jensen, Bernard O'Donnell, Ernest Fischer, Billy O'Donnell, Dick O'Donnell, Bob Marlow, Kearn Marlow, Jay Graham, Dave Lynch and David, Joe Lynch, Milton Madison, Richard Pox, Clair Bollinger, Donald Radig, Pat Lynch, Harold Illg, Henry Schroeder, Dale Schroeder, Jack Quinn, Roger Hutchinson, Willard Thompson and Ralph Thompson. Women who brought food were Mrs Milton Madison, Mrs Raymond Laabs, Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Bernard Tigges, Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs P. M. Christenson, Mrs Ernest Fisher, Mrs Wayne Lynch, Mrs Ed Tigges. Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson, Mrs Dave Lynch, and Mrs Donald Radig and those who helped prepare the dinner and lunch were Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mrs Merwin Hurlburt, Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr.= Henry Schroeder, Mrs Dave Lynch and Mrs Donald Radig. Joint Meeting A joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary was heir* Nov. 7 at the Legion hall. If was decided at the Auxiliary business meeting to donate fifteen dollars to Sentral Community School during National Education Week to buy books for the Lone Rock grade school this year Plans were made for the pot luck supper and bazaar which was Nov. 12. Plans also were made for a card party which will be held Nov. 29 and for serving lunch at the Legion Feather Party Nov. 17. Hostesses Lucille Seegebarth, Rosa Harson, and Lois Votteler served lunch to the members present. Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Thompson home were Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion and Neva Thompson. Weekend guests of the Ralph Hammcrstrom family were Mrs Hammerstrom's cousin and family, Mr and Mrs Walton LaMotte of White Bear Lake, Minn. Mrs Leslie Baxter of Lone Rock and Mrs Floyd Nichols of Emmets spent a few days at Corning visiting at the Donald Damman home. Mrs Damman is a daughter of Mrs Baxter. Mrs Richard Lacey and Rodney, Des Moines, Mr and Mrs A. L. Baker and Raymond visited Saturday night at the Dennis Wubben home at Titonka. Mrs Charles Schultz (Shirley) and family visited her parents, Mr and Mrs A. L. Baker Monday. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchanl. Mollie, Jill and Cindy spent Jie weekend in Des Moines visiting Mrs Blanchard's parents, Mr and Mrs Hampton Drown. Mr and Mrs Tony Winter and family visited her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Hubert Govern, at Ledyard Saturday night. Delmar Fischer attended the funeral of a nephew Rossmar, Homer at Waseka, 111. Tuesday. He left home on Monday, spent Monday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs Larry Menz at Anamosa. His other daughter, Nancy, who is attending the Univcrsitj at Iowa Citv, accompanied him. Mr and Mrs Reinhold Person of Swea City were Sunday visitors at the Ralph Hammcrstrom horm.'. Mrs Richard Lacey and Rodney of Des Moines are spending the 4-H Leaders Plan Session Pictured ahove arc the boys' -I-II leaders at their fall organization meeting — 1 to r — new leaders in front row Ervin Ruhnkc and Mclvin Pompe, Lotts Creek; Duane Heinen, Wesley; Jack Trunkhill, Portland; Glen Olson, Swea-Harrison. Serond row — Nick Thomson, Aggressive Lads; Gerald Soderberg, Greenwood; Herman Tjarks, Buffalo; Harold Wolf, LuVerne; Floyd Bode, Algona; Cecil Thoreson, Swea-Harrison. Third row — Gary DeBoom, Algona; Lloyd Thorson, Eagle: Arnold Ketelsen, Garfield; Clarence Diers, Ramsey; Ed Kain, Plum Creek and Bob Detrick, Whittcmore. Back row — Bill Fritz, Buffalo; Harold Greene, Whittemorp; Roger Jensen and Ray Bergum, Seneca; John Pergancle, LuVerne; Hcrschcl Hartman, Fenton. week at the parental A. L. Bake-home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter atK' Mr and Mrs Art Zumach attended a birthday party at the Marcus Zumach home at Whittemore Sunday evening. Attending the funeral of Mrs Emma Hurlburt Thursday were Mr and Mrs Albert Rath, Mrs Otto Rath, Mrs Ervin Rath, and Mr- Bill Boula, all of Buffalo Lake Minn.; Mr and Mrs Henry Rath. Mr and Mrs Albert Rath, Mr and Mrs Harry Rath and Mr and Mrs Orville Hagen, all of Belgrade. Minn.; Fritz Rath, Mr and Mrs Marvin Rath and Mr and Mrs Fritz Rath Jr. of Ida Grove; John Rath of Charles City; Mr and Mrs Paul Ralh, Mr and Mrs Emil Rath. Mr and Mrs Joe Behrends anc! Mr and Mrs Mervin Watson. Mr and Mrs Dale Baxter and Darrell Dean of Algona spent Sunday at the Leslie Baxter home. Guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammcrstrom last weekend wen? Mr and Mrs Leonard Fossurn and family of Cambridge, III. Guests at the Jim Marlow homo Saturday in honor of their daughter Cathy's fourth birthday were Mrs Bob Marlow, Brenda and Paula, Mrs Roger Long and Durwin. Mrs Dennis Priebe and Kelly and Mrs Fritz Newbrough. Sherry and Larry. Bill Christenson was n dinner •guest Sunday at the home of Mrs Alf Krueger. Mr and Mrs Tony Winter and family spent Saturday afternoon with her mother, Mrs Theresa Farrow. Fairmont. Mrs Mary Michaelsen of Tilonka spent the weekend at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson, Lone Rock. Mrs Louie Householder and Vicki of Whittcmore called on Mrs Bub Marlow Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson. Lyle and Linda of Swea City weie Saturday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson. Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow dined at Es- Ihcrville Tuesday evening in h'in- <r of Bob's birthday and the .li:ii Marlows' anniversary. Mrs A. A. Krueger and grandson Bryan spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting the Ronald Cliristen- sr.n home at Belgrade, Minn. Mr and Mrs Roger Radig and PLAN NOW TO BUY YOUR from DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER WE WILL BE LOCATED DOWNTOWN AGAIN THIS YEAR - NEXT TO THE ALGONA THEATRE XMAS WREATHS - TREES - ROPING - CENTER PIECES, ETC. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain <fl__ V..-1, M V /• i_!k »» it . • . . . _ ftnnnie visited Sunday wlHi Mrs Radig's parents, Mr and Mrs Karl Bowman, Algona. Others (hero were Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier and family of Ventura and Mrs Eliza Angle of Algona. Mrs John Schallin accompanied Mrs Viola Hiall of Cylinder to Burl Thursday where she visited her daughter. Mrs Marie Dreycr. Wednesday evening visitors a) the Tracy Stone home were Mr and Mrs Gary Michaelsen and Terry and Sherry of Tilonka. Mrs Clair Bollingor, Lone Rock, and Mrs Newton Ileitor of Algona spent Tuesday visiting Mrs Lola Heitcr at Livcrmore. Mr and Mrs Hoy Jensen were Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Euen homo in Jcffers. Minn. They wore accompanied by C. B. Chinman. Circle meetings nf the Lone Rock U.P.W. were hold Nov. 15. Lenore circle met at the home of Lei a Weber with Thclma Ramus assisting. Harriet Bollinger had the lesson. Ruth circle met at the home of Eclythe Cotton, with Ruth Krueger assisting. Grace Fischer gave the lesson. Colleen circle met at the home of Emma Hinz. Nancy Blanchard gave the lesson. Henry Kucck called at the Walter Thompson home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Boyd Maxwell of Mr.xwell spent the weekend at the Andrew Thomsen home. Mrs Maxwell is Andrew's sister. Mr and Mrs Denn Ctilbertsor ;MT p.-'rents of twin girls who were hern Xov. .",. They weighed -1 Ih. 11! i o/.. and 5 Ibs., G o/.. and have been named Kimberly Dawn and Kristal Dec. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Charles Reaper of Irvington and Mr and Mrs Joe C'ulbcrtson of Lone Rock. Great- grandparents are Mr and Mrs C::rl Kw.ildt of Algonu. Mr and Mrs Bud Miller and family visited the Ervin Borchardt home at Fenton Sunday night. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber received word Thursday that Clarence Dan has suffered a heart attack and is in serious condition in the hospital at Milllown, Wis. He is related to the Daus in Algona and to the Clarence Ricbhoffs. Mrs Edith Haycnga of Fenton is his Turk, N. Y. (9p«cU!> — For U>« Brat time science has found « new beuling substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, atup itching, nod relieve pain — without surgery. In case after cose, whfla gently relieving pain, actual reduction 'uhrinkagn) took place. Mo«t njCAjJoi; uf uH'-nuiulta w«m • o thorough that •offerers mad* astonishing statement* like "I':lo< have ceased to be « problem!" The secret Is « new healing inb- •tance (liio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute, Thin substance Is now avuilubl* In ruppotitory or eintmtnt form under 0)0 name Prepar<ui*» ti^ At all druc c«unt«n«. ...for better livingl Land Bank Loans feature long terms with low payments to pi- low more money for the day-today needs of your family. A Lund Bunk Loan may be used lo buy land, make improvements, pay off debts or for other purposes . . . And your Land Bank Loan may be paid off at any time in advance without penalty! Stop in today. Let us show you the advantages of using a Lapel Bank Loan on land to meet farm and family needs. fltmf.. Mrs Benjamin Meyer accompanied her friend Laurel Gentis (o Minneapolis Wednesday. While there she visited Faun and Vince Barton. They returned to Lone Rock early Friday and Miss Gen- Ms left for her home at Alta. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Clair Bollingcr were Mr and Mrs Ervin Wetzel and Mr and Mrs Melvin Healer of Pioneer. Mr and Mrs Roger Radig and Ronnie called at the Larrv Drover Ttresrfqy, November 13, 1062 Algeria (to.) Upper DM MdtftM-3 hoirte at Burl Tuesday evening. Weekend guests of'Mr and Mrs John Schallin were Clara Pompe and Vernona Neilson of Algona. In Drake Choir Kitni Deal, Alfionn, has bepn selected as a member of the invoice Drake University Choir fur HHi2-(i.'i academic year. He is M junior in the college of fine arts (South of Pcnncys in Algona) Mondays & Wednesdays are preferred days for office calls in Algona, (Tues.—Fri. in Foresl City) Eugene II. Ilutchins, Manager Larry Severson—Stella Mae Breen now!money saver Pepsi half-quarts in a handy 8-bottle carton! PLUS DEPOSIT nnri sings tpnnr. Algona folks are well acquainted with his exceptional ability in ihe musical field. GAS-TOONS JOHN'ELBERT I? ". . . and f say that you're Ri'tliiiK TOO (il.l) for that iiidii OCTANT: K.NCO KX- TH A.' You'ro never too old to got M kick from our premium pas. ELBERT'S ENCO SERVICE We give King Korn Stamps & Hie Rest Service in Town Phone CY •M90-1 State & Minnesota Streets NOW • ^ T^BT w— 2, Ploying Ca'ds 3. 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