The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1962 · Page 16
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(la.) Up p6f P M Metnet Tuesday, Deeember SS, 35 Vehicles Sold In County During Week Sales of new cars and trucks in Kossuth county continued to zooir during Ihe pasl week. A total ..f 35 new vehicles were registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt here. Owners of new vehicles are: Chevrolet — M .E. Stuck!, Fen ton, pickup; D. L. McCleish. Ran croft; E. E. Shipler, Burl; J D Lindhorsl, Algona; M. ,1. Studer Wesley; C. E. Larson, Swea City: and H. F. Lappe, Bancroft. Dodge — Weidenhoff Corp., Algona, truck; R. E. Berg, Swe? City; P. E. Inman, Bancroft; and Edith E. Busch, Bancroft. International — Gcrmania Creamery, Lakota. Ford — W. E. Thompson, Swea City; J. J. or Mary Ann Schneider. Algona; Eugene Murtagh, Algona; A. E. Ingalls, Burt; M. W. Blair, Swea City; Albert Loe.schon, Titonfca: and J. P. Recce, Armstrong. Chrysler — S. E. or Irene Larson, Armstrong; and Percival Mo tors, Algona. Itnifk — Schultz Bros., Algona; Rev. C. H. Friedmann, Algona; and Albert or Emma Wertjes. Lakota. Kamblrr — Ready-Mix Concrete & Lbr., Algona; A. C. or Veronica Fc((. LuVerne; R. E. Hannisch, Bancroft; and C. A. Smith. Bode. Mercury — C. F. or I-Men Sch- lievert, Algona; and G. B. Sonnenberg, Titonka. Olils. — J. T. McGuirc, Algona; G. A. Wittkopf, Algona; Everds Bros. Co., Algona; and R. E. Ridge, Swea City. I'nntiar — W. R. Smith, Swea C'itv. 4-H Crop Show M/ Mr and Mrs Robert Sarohet nre expecting their son, Allen Sarchet and wife and Ihree daughters. Fairborn, Ohio, home for Christmas. (t Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men." What a wonderful Christmas message! May your Holiday be filled with this true spirit of Christmas and each of you blessed by it. HOOD'S SUPER WU ALGONA, IOWA Bill, Arlene & John Hood, Jim Schneider and all Personnel ^ Wishing You A... » Gay • Happy • Jolly ® Jovial ® Loot - Laden erry Christmas And Happy New Year FROM THE WHOLE FORCE AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Southwest of the Courthouse CY 4-3554 A | g on a I'irtured above are winners of the 4-II Crop Show and Judging Contest held Saturday at the County Extension office. They are left to right -- Brian Borchardt of Fenton, 4-H champion exhibitor in the ten ears of corn class; Rodney Jensen, Seneca 4-H, outstanding crop project member of 1902 and winner of crop trophy presented by Algona Flour & Feed. Eugene Dumstorff and Don Helclorfer, county winners cf the boys' crop and weed judging and identification contest. Whittemore By Art Heidenwith St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society held its annual Christmas party with a politick lunch, and following the regular business meeting, a shadow picture of Mary and Joseph and the three Wise men was presented by some of the aid members. Also secret pals uere revealed and new names drawn for 1963. The aid will again send clothing and food and gifts to the inmates at the Cherokee Sanitarium and other needy families in this community. William P. Haag returned to Germany recently after being called home on account of the serious illness of his father, Peter Haag, who is staying at the William Kemna home in Rolfe. He also attended the wedding of his brother Harold Haag while he was hero. Mrs James Schultz was the winner of Ihe Operation Santa Clans S25 silver dollar purse given by the Farmers State Bank of Whittemore. Mrs Schultz was guest at a dinner for all contest winners at Mason City, Dec. 15. Elmer 0. Bell has again erected the Nativity scene on the lawn of the east side of St. Paul's Lutheran church. Mr Bell has for years won the grand prize in the lighting contest. Mrs John G. Volk entered Uni versity hospital in Iowa City lasi week. Peter Keene entered University hospital in Iowa City Thursday. Mrs Cecil Bjustrom is a medical patient in Park hospital in Mason City. Edward Youngwirth was a medical patient in Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Adult Classes Here Jan. 14 Outline Kossuth A large ad in the Dec. 18 UDM announced details of Algona's annual adult education classes, which with one exception, will begin here Monday evening, Jan. 14, 1963. The exception is the creative salesmanship course, which is now being planned to fit the time and needs of those interested. Registralion in adult education classes here may be completed by- calling Elgin Allen, principal, at the high school or by writing to Frank Bruise, director, also at the high school. Tuition in the courses is 50 cents per session, payable in total in advance at the first meeling. Minimum class enrollment is 10 and at the present lime, a total of 24 different courses are being offered. Local Brownies, Girl Scouts Have Been Busy Algona's Girl Scouts have been very busy this fall, completing several service projects. They recently sent 32 good- grooming and school kit dolls, 31 scrap books and several pair of knitted slippers and scarves to an Indian girls school in South Dakota. Other troops of Scouts and Brownies have given scrap books to the local hospital and Retarded School. Yarn surprise halls wore made by one troop and sent to Algerian refugee children and ninth grade Scouts arc taking a 10-hour course in emergency first aid. Ten grade senior Scouts are working on a child care project at present. Riverdale 4-H Road Program ! Has Xmas Pa! *ty Kossuth county will share in tiic proposed five year primary and nterstate road construction program in Iowa, as outlined this week by the luwa State Highway Commission. In I'JG.'i, a new bridge is slated for highway 9, five miles east of the Emmet county line, and H.'.'. miles of resurfacing for highway IfiU from Alguna to Burt is also planned. In !%•}, four miles on highway Ui'.i from Algona south will be resurfaced. In HitiS, resurfacing from Algona to Sexton on highway IK is planned. )!)66, highway !i from the Emmet county line to and into Lakota is to be resurfaced. Riverdale Rustlers Units I and II and the St. Joe Trojans held their annual Christmas party Dec. 13 in St. Joseph's School Hall. Mar} Sue Ziemet and Sandy- O'Brien and their mothers wen. 1 hostesses. Guests were parents, Mrs Norma Morgon, our Home Economist, Father Leo Schumacher, and Margaret Reidmiller. Prizes were awarded to Jackie McKeown, Mrs Millford Plathe, and Mrs Alvin Klien having birthdays nearest Christmas. Plate prize was awarded to Mrs Raymond Berte. Santa Clatis arrived and presented gifts '.o all. The business meeting was held on a previous Thursday. Mrs Ed McGuire assisted the girls in making Christmas. Holstein Ass'n Holstein cattle breeders from Winnebago, Hancock and Kossuth counties held a supper meeting to organize a three county associa- tton at the hot lunch room at TU tonka, Dec. 6. Officers elected were LeRoy Jansen, Lakota, president; Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft, vice president; and Lawrence Loeschen, Woden, secretary- treasurer. 10 Pay Fines To Police In Recent Week A total of 10 motorists paid fines at the police station here last week. They were: Ralph Johnson, Algona, $10, allowing unauthorized person to drive; William Allen, Algona, $10, no driver's license; Clyde Reinsbach, Bancroft, $10, yellow line ( ,-xMK IE violation; Mike Wickliff, Algona, $10, excessive' noise (mufflers); Maurice Erpelding, Wesley, $10 Don Knudsen, Eagle Grove, $8, Roger I. Long, Algona, $15, and Darrell Brayton, Emmetsburg, $15 and $20, speeding. These were all stale cases. City cases included James H. Smith, Burt, $15, careless driivng; and Robert Lickteig, Algona, $10, speeding. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. HONoftEt) Russell Blunt of Charles City' received a citation from Postmaster Paul Garthwait in recognition of the 42 years Blunt has been with the postal department. Blunt has been rural mail carrier exactly 42 years since he started on Dec. 1, 1920. SMALL PARTS CABINETS for home or office. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. LINDSAY SOFT ATER "MERRY We hope the Holiday Season brings joy and laughter to the young ones, warmth and cheer to the grown-ups, and best of all, that the memory of its joy and happiness stays with you throughout the coming year. CONSOLIDATED CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERIES '4*!fc^A%^ ALGOSA,lf»WA SANTA Our Many Good Customers & Fiends A Million Best Wishes For A Merry Christmas Happy New Year 'fe4 ALGONA'S HOME-OWNED BANK JOWA STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. § I 1 Notes Of Servicemen SAN DIEGO. CALIF. — Ivan G Bur!is, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil B. Burtis of Algona, is scheduled to complete recruit training, Dec. 14. at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. During the nine week indoctrination, recruits a r e trained in physical fitness, basic military law, military drill, customs and etiquette of the naval service swimming and survival, first aid and basic shipboard routine. iJuring the training, recruits receive tests and interviews which determine future training and as signinenis. STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular model*. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. 8 *$ 1 I I k WHAT IS CHRISTMAS? Christmas is the most heart warming time of the year. The best of all human emotions reach their zenith at this season. Generosity, Tolerance apd Kindliness flourish, motivated by the precept, "Peace on earth, goodwill toward men," that was brought to us this day nearly two thousand years ago. May there come to you at this Holiday time an abundance of the precious things of Life, Health, Happiness and Enduring Friendships. **/' s? i I i ALGONA unicipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" Your directors and employees send you sincere wishes for a Merry Christinas

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