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6-Algona (!e.) Upper DM Molns* Thursday, Oetobtr 3T, 1957 A Blindfolded Driver? Only Hypnotist Could Dr. Morton Greene If you happen to be on State street in Algona shortly before noon on Tuesday. Nov. 12, you'll witness an unusual sight. A man will drive a car down State street at that time — completely blindfolded! The man will be Dr. Morton Greene, world-known hypnotist, and he'll be piloting a brand-new Edsel convertible, courtesy of Schultz Bros., Algona Edsel dealer. The unusual "drive" will preceed the appearance of Dr. Greene in three hypnotic performances on Nov. 12, at the high school auditorium. The Algona Lions Club" is sponsoring Dr. Greene's appearance here, and proceeds will go for benefit of Boy and Girl Scouts. Miles Sloniker and Russ Guster are cochairmen for the event, and tickets may be purchased from any Boy or Girl Scout. Alfred Schultz says he doesn't know just who will take care of the bill if Dr. Greene's blind-fold drive results in any fender- denting ,but the hypnotist is said to drive expertly — without seeing! From 20 To 57, Week's Weather The weather got roujih then H U nk'd ;md gave us a little Indian Summer during (lie past M-ven day*. Low mark during t'-c prrii'd was a 20 degree read- ins Friday, while the lii^h \vas a f>7 Monday. Sunny weather returned to the scene Wednesday and was supposed to stay with us for a couple of days. Dale Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 13 24 25 215 27 28 29 H .5") -45 ..33 L 43 31 20 2H 21 24 30 Only 1/100 of an inch of rain fell during the week, according to Weatherman Stu Albright. Unhurt After Car Leaps Ditch A Whittemore man, Charles P. Elbert, proved to be mighty lucky early Monday morning when his auto leaped off tho blacktop and crashed into a deep ditch near the bridge across the river west of Algona. The mishap occurred at 12:30 a.m. Monday and Elbert was uninjured despite the fact -the auto was nearly a total loss, according to Patrolmen Barrel Drake and Dale McBride, who investigated the mishap. An Algona man, Gene Hood received a slight head injury when his auto and a vehicle driven by Marvin Vinnes of Ft Dodge collided Thursday, Oct 24, at the corner of McGregor and Hall streets. Damage to the two autos was estimated al $1800 by city police who investigated. Twin Girls Arrive Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe received word last Thursday that their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Rubes of Des Moines, are parents of twin girls, born Oct. 24. She is the former Vera McEnroe. There is one other child in the Rubes family, Steven, age four. New Athletic Field At Titonka Titonka — A contract has been let to Harry Cutler of Algona and Bud Lee of Lone Rock, for the grading, leveling and complete preparation of the ground recently purchased by the school for a new athletic field. The total cost of the area is approximately $5,000. The price for cutting and filling is to cost 15.8c per cubic yard with about 25,000 yards to be moved. The cost of removing and replacing the black soil is 21c per yard with about 4,000 yards being moved. D. J. Leffart of Algona is the engineer. When the project is completed there will be a level area about 300 feet wide and three blocks long. This will be used for the new athletic field. It Was A Busy Night! last Friday Night At Ky's Champlin ' The picture-man snapped the above photo in the middle of ourAp- preciation Days activity last Friday evening ... we were busy pumping that good Champlin gas, putting in oil, wiping windshields, giving, away cigars and other free favors, and showing folks where to register. Both Friday and Saturday were red-letter days — made tw feel mighty good to have so many, many respond. It made us fa»} so good we're going to have Appreciation Days at Ky's Champ- Un again next yearl HERE ARE THE PRIZE - WINNERS GASOLINE ... John Elbert, Bill Ludwig, Dick Meyer, Vernon Sittig, George Besch and Judy Naylor. OIL — Valeria Briggs, Mrs. George Ricke, Peter Kenne, StsSzsS JPJPJR 8 *."~ Rov Nichols, Al Jergensen, Pete Erpelding. FWHING REELS ~- Howard StUlman. , FOOTBALL ROBES ... Delores Leek, Kenneth Thomason, Mrs. John Von Bank and Russ Rentz. BEAT CUSHIONS — Frank Grandgeneit, George Gade, Barbara Barton. agBAf E ^Richard Alien, Glen Graham. OnEABE GUNS — Loren Courtney, Raphael Thilges, GREASE JOB w* Dennis Dahl. TACKLE BOX - L. J. White. IflNNQW BUCKET - Mrs. Matt Bormann, STEAK KNIFE OFFER STILL ON r l Umi*e4 time, Ky's Champlin will make this amazing offer, many Pf you commented on how nice our steak knives were *£ 9§v» sway last weekend that we will now let you com- l wujr .ML W»fh every purchase of 10 gallons of gasoline and «$ cents to cash, you can add another steak knife to your set. have a set o| six in a jiffy and for ONLY $1.25. These knives fly rtlftU at 111.95 for a set of six. Be sure to take advantage , oiler ihif week and m the weeks to come at KY'S. KY'S CHAMPLIN SUPER - SERVICE of St«tt ft Harlan Streets In Algono THESE WOMEN! HOSPITALS Oct. 15 — David Sparks, Al gona, accident; Ted Abbas, Ban croft, medical. Oct. 16 — Silas Banwart, Ot tosen, medical. Oct. 17 — Mrs G. C Stewart Algona, medical; Linda Riedel Algona, medical. Oct. 18 — Mrs John Haag, Al gona, girl, 8-1%; Mrs Eugene Schemel, Algona, medical; Mar ilyn K. Rentz, Algona, medical Mrs Ben Hansen, Whittemore medical; Eva Presnell, Algona medical; Patrick Courtney, Al gona, medical; Bea K. Marshall Algona, medical. Oct. 19 — Mrs Howard McMullen, Burt, medical; David Elbert Whittemore, medical; Sr. Mary Rose, 'Algona, medical; .Caro' Flynn, Algona, medical; Mrs Elvin Rolfson, West Bend, medical Oct. 20 — Mrs Eldon Maahs Whittemore, girl, 7-13; Harry Simmons, Algona, medical (ex pired); Mrs Ernest Murray, Algona, medical; Willis Fisher, Jr. Algona, medical; Mrs Arnolc Finney, Sioux Falls, S. D., boy Oct. 21 — Baby Mary Lou Haag, Algona, boarder; Mrs Larry Leaneagh, Algona, maternity; Mrs Rosine Wolter, Algona, surgery; Mrs Arthur Rusch Whittemore, medical; Mrs Sadie Skilling, Algona, medical; Care. Leek, Wesley, medical. Oct. 22 — Beverly Knudsen Algona, tonsillectomy; Robert Knudsen, Algona, tonsillectomy Mrs Joe Lynch, Sr., Algona, medical; Baby boy Finney, Sioux Falls, S. D., boarder. Oct. 22 — Mrs Verne Peterson Algona, boy, 7; Mrs Richard Reynolds, Algona, medical; Ben Gisch, Livcrmore, medical; Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas, Bode, boy, 9-15; Ed Blumer, Algona, medical. Oct. 23 — Mrs Vernon Higgins, Emmetsburg, boy, 7-5; Mrs Anna Lovstad, Burt, medical; Baby Helen M. Meier, Burt, medical; Mrs Clement Bisenius, Whittemore, girl, 8-1%. Oct. 24 — Mrs Max King, Algona, girl, 8-3; Mrs John Blumer, Livermore, boy, 8-2%; Patricia Juchem, Wesley, medical; Baby Paula Daugard, Algona, medical; Mrs Ernest Bernau, Corwith, girl, 8-1%; Emanuel Ostrurn, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Charles Ingalls, Bancroft, boy, 3-13 (expired); Carol Martin, Wesley, medical. Oct. 25 — Herman Leeck, Algona, medical; Marvin D. Grisham, Algona, medical; Mrs Mike Hofer, Sexton, medical. Oct. 26 — Allan Wichtendahl, Algona, medical; Mrs Minnie Hines, Algona, medical; Vernon Abbas, Algona, medical; Jon Selby, LuVerne, medical. Oct. 27 — Clarence Bergeson, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Robert Arndorfer, Corwith, boy, 9-%; Mrs Maggie Loss, Algona, medical; Mrs Jennie Luken, Wesley, medical. Oct. 28 — Mrs Bridget Tobin, Algona, medical; Joseph W. Wollner, Bancroft, surgery; Kevin T. Ruhnke, Algona, surgery; Baby Gloria Bleich, Algona, med ical; Mrs Francis Quinn, Corwith, medical; Lucinda Mogler, Algona, medical, Oct. 29 — Fred Nelson, • Al gona, medical; Edward Stoll, Al gona, medical. Filling Station Shift In Algona Three filling station changes took place last week in Algona. Marvin Wallburg, f o r m e r ly manager of Wallburg's Motel, assumed the management of Wallburg's Texaco at the junction of highways 18 and 169 replacing Gene Muller. Muller in turn be- carne operator of the Texaco station located on south Phillips, where he replaced Harold Peters who has taken a new position with Percival Motors. John Intermill Tops Bowlers John Intermill headed the list of top bowlers at Hawkeye Lanes for the second straight time this week with a 245 line and 618 series total. Other men over 200 were Vern Shipler 215, Jim Walker 215, Red Stecker 201, Lou Huber 207, Al Erpelding 212, Toby Eastman 216, Ron Way 221, Chan Dailey 200 and Art Groen 200. Swea City Loses Best Optimist Swea City lost its favorite optimist, when Ed Hammond moved away. He has gone to make his home with his daughter, Mrs Robert Sanborn at Kensington. Ed has walked with two crutches since World War I, but that didn't darken his outlook on life. He was a picture of unfailing cheer, and many a time has been instrurm.'ntal in bucking up others without any physical handicaps, and making their burdens lighter. "If Ed can laugh and joke, what have I got to beef about?" is the way many a Swea City person looked at it. The community wishes Ed well in his new home. Ed will also spend part time with a niece, Mrs Mervin Kelly, near Bertha. 2 Embezzlement Charges Filed Two preliminary hearings on embezzlement, with Roy "Barney" Powell, Spencer, and Carl Hoernke, Burt, defendants, were continued at request of defendants in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court last week. Appearance bond in each case was set at $500. Powell could not furnish bond and is in the county jail for the continuance of the hearing, slated for 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 28. Hoernke's bond was furnished, with continuance of the case at 11 a.m. Oct. 28. Charges against Powell stemmed from a sum of $173.64, which he allegedly collected as an old account for a Titonka man, Charles Beed. According to Beed, Powell failed, and refused to turn the money collected over to him. The same charge was filed against Hoernke, who allegedly took payments for a bulk milk cooler, sold to a Titonka area man, out of the purchaser's milk checks then failed to turn the money over to the company from which the cooler was purchased. Titonkan Faces O.M.V.I. Charge A Titonka dentist, Dr. Howard Torgerson, was arrested at 10 p.m. Sunday 'by Patrolman Charles Bird of Algona six miles east of Bancroft and charged with OMVI. He was bound over to the next term of district court after a preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court. Dr. Torgerson posted a $300 bond and was released. To Give Away 100 Live Turkeys One hundred real, live turkeys will be given away by Algona merchants, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15 and 16, in the annual Turkey Days to be sponsored here, Most of the participating stores will display a "Turkey in a Cage" in front of or in their places of business. The bronze Toms who will feature the day will weigh between 24 and 25 pounds, and all have agreed to put on a fine gobbling exhibition for both days. Each participating firm will conduct its own drawing. All that anyone has to do is register at each cooperating place of business for the two days. Baldwin, Wittkopf Win Pin Honors Charlotte Baldwin and Al Wittkopf shared bowling honors at Algona Lanes this week. Mrs Baldwin topped the women with a 185 line while Wittkopf had a 220 line to nose out Bert Baldwin's 219 in men's league action. Other women over 160 included Irene Hanig 167, Jackie Laing 172, E. Altman 179, A. Kajewski 180, Jime Winkel 175, Ruby Murtha 166, A. Droessler 165, A. Lytle 161, V. Nelson 161, Mary Vlullin 162, Sara Raney 167, Ruth Skilling 162 and Vera Erpelding 164. Cancel Career Day The flu epidemic caused post» jonement of the annual Career 3ay, scheduled to be held at Titonka, Tuesday, Oct. 29. No at- empt has been made to set anther date. New Vehicles To 37 Owners Sales of new vehicles increased luring the past two weeks with a total of 37 cars and trucks registered by owners at the office of the county treasurer during the period. Owners are: Chevrolet — L. E. Larson, Wesley: F. D. Fisher, Titonka; John Walders, Armstrong; William or Mabel Champion, Algona; C. J. Metzger, Algona; Donald Scott, Algona; Johnnie or Helen Kain, Algona; W. B. Oldenburg, El- •nore; J. W. Munch, Fenton; C. F. Welp, Bancroft; and Thompson Dist. Co., Algona. Plymouth — Ml Q Krosch, Ledyard; S. A. Butcher, Arm- ?trong; R. L. Ottman, Swea City; A. J. Meyer, Algona; L. E. or R. 1* Peterson, Swea City; J & L Motors, Algona; and R E. Barnes, Algona. Ford — F. L. Ullman, Titonka; Howard Erickson, Armstrong; Milton Jorgenson, Swea City; Louis or Edna Riedel, Burt; Joe Boekelman, Titonka; A. J. Dittmer, Burt; and W. D. Ley. Edsel — No. la. Sewing Machine, Algona. DeSoto — Mancil Hurlburt, Swea City. Cadillac — Gordon and Sara Garrison, Swea City; and C. L. Livingston, Algona. Mercury — Rich Railing, Wesley: and O. S. Nelson, Swea City. Oldsmobile — Clara Van Steenberge, Burt. International — J. A. Skow, Wesley. Rambler — A. R. Zumach, Fenton. Dodge — Albert McCarthy, Bancroft; and R. E. Harlan, Algona. Buick — H. O. Funnemark, Wesley. Neighbors Aid Eagle Twp. Man Mancil Hurlburt, living a mile west and four miles north of Swea City in Eagle township, has been unable to do his fall work because he lost his little finger in a combine accident recently. Last week his neighbors came in with seven combines and harvested 65 acres of soybeans and did some plowing. Hurlburt tripped on some weeds and fell into the sickle of the combine. He lost the first joint of his little finger on the left hand. Recently some infection complications have arisen and he has been unable to work. With combines were neighbors James Hacker, Elvin Link, Ronald Johnson, Marlin Hardt, Harley and Harvey Work and Walter Goraczkowski, assisted by Henry Hecht and Dennis Looft, tvho have been doing the chores. Mrs Hacker served lunch in the field. Lawrence Hanson had his plows going in the field. Just Imagine— OPEN HOUSE AT A FURNITURE STORE! ALL FOSTER'S NEW FALL FURNISHINGS ON DISPLAY AND THAT'S WHERE LUXURIOUS LIVING REALLY BEGINS IT'S OPEN HOUSE FASHION TIME AT FOSTER'S THIS WEEK THURSDAY, FRIDAY Thursday Night FRIDAY NIGHT, SATURDAY A handsome rose for each lady COME IN AND LOOK Registration for furniture gifts Fostei Furniture Gene, Marvin, and Harold say is We're on a SWAPPING Spree! AMU*"!: HAROLD PETER, formerly operator of Peter's Texaco, would like to say "Thanks" to all the fine people he met and served during his years at the station. Harold was born in Algona and worked at the Texqco station for three years before leaving last week to take his new position at Percival Motors. He is married to the former Jennette Johnson of Thompson and they have two daughters. He'll remember the many friends he made while operating the station, Harold says, and he hopes that they will drop in to see him at Percival Motors to say "hello" or whenever they need some repair work. GENE MULLER, now operating the South Phil lips Texaco — called Peter's Texaco until last week _ sa y s to all the regular customers g t the Phillips street Texaco that service is what he gives. In addition to regular station duties, brake work is Gene's speciality as well as generator and starter repair. Gene managed the Texaco station at the junction of highways 18 and 169 for seven years and is experienced in minor motor maintenance beside good service. Born at Whittemore Gene is now married to the former Eileen Thul of Algona and they have five children. Whether yoy are regular Texqco customer or a brand new one, Gene will be happy to provide all around top service for you any time you drive in. MARVIN WAUBURO, at Wallburg's Texaco, h as replaced Gene Muller as operator there. I Marvin was born in Algona and operqted t he Wallburg Motel before taking over the managership of Wallbyrg's Texaco last Wee k. He will be assisted in operating the station by Sam Haag, also an Algonan, and togeth er they will supply those dependable Texaco products and assist motorists In every way, Married to the former Esther Will of Algona and a father of three children, Marvin emphasizes that friendly and dependable service will be among the outstanding attractions he will offer at Wallburg's Texaco. "We'll take care of our customers so that they drive away knowing they have been well served with good products," he concludes. |5|. DRIVE IN ANYTIME - YOU'LL FIND Wi AU AGUE SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS

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