The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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(lo.) Upper D*« Molnttt Thundoy, March 4, 196S Burt Couple Finds World Really Is A Small Place BURT - Dr. & Mrs. M. I. Lichter, Burt, arrived home rp- cently from Hawaii, where they attended the marriage of their daughter, Lois, and Le Roy Chang. The Lichters drove to Omaha Jan. 25 and the next day boarded a jet to take them to Honolulu, at 12:20 p.m. *, arriving at their destination at 7 p.m. Their days in Hawaii were busy but, said Mrs. Lichter, "out of this world." During their stay on the Islands, the Lichters & their hosts toured Pearl Harbor, visited huge pineapple fields and Makaha Bay, where the International Surfing contests are held. Also, Included was a visit to Hickman Air Base and Scoffield Barricks, The Punch Bowl National Cemetery and saw where the noted correspondent, Ernie Pylo, was laid to rest. "But leave it to us, to have some record set," said Mrs. Lichter, "one da> while we were there, the temperature dropped to GO degrees and that was an all- time low for that day of the year ever recorded in Hawaii." The Lichters also visited former Knssuth residents now residing there. Among them were the James Heinens, Roland Whites, and Tom Quinn of Bancroft, who is employed at International Airport at Honolulu. Mr. White is a nephew of Ray S. McWhorter, Burt. "No matter where you go, said Mrs. Lichter, "you find the world is a small place," as while they were at a restaurant in Honolulu, the Lichters ran into Dr. & Mrs. Julius Wlnkel, Algona. Farmer's Coop Nets SIMM At Wesley WESLEY - The 58th annual meeting of the Farmer's Cooperative Society was held Monday evening, Feb. 15, in the public school auditorium. 260 members and guests attended. At the business meeting, total sales for the year were reported as $2,094,348.65, with net earnings of $97,154.47 before taxes. Income taxes were $15,782.51 and property taxes $9,337.53. Dividends allocated to members totaled $52,979J4. Members were also informed the 1961 patronage dividend certificates totaling $37,112 would be paid out in cash upon presenting the certificates at the office for payment. Re-elected to the board of directors were George Seaberg, Victor Loebig and Herman Bode. Sharon Eden and Melissa Matern gave talks on their trips to the Chicago 4-H Award and the Leadership camp at Madrid. Bridget Quinn presented her award winning speech at the meeting. The Chordhuskers quartet presented a program of entertainment. At the close of the meeting, prizes were presented by lucky number drawings. Lunch was served by the senior class of Corwith-Wesley high school. At the re-organization meeting of the board of directors, Edmund Otis was ejected president, Victor Loebig, 'vice president, and Herman Bode, secretary. Frank Bleich Is manager of the Society, Art Beenken, assistant, Gloria Fries, bookkeeper, Dean Ricke, Manager of lumber dept., and Bob Hudspeth, assistant. Other employees are Don Hanlg, Don Dornbier, Don West, Ed Downs and Ray Johnson. Sell 25 New Cors, Trucks In This Area Auto and truck dealers In this area sold a total of 25 new vehicles to county residents during the past week. New cars and tricks have been registered by the following owners at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Volgt: Chevrolet - Beed Hdwe., Titonka, pickup; E. L. Berg, Swea City; -J. M. Schmidt, Fenton; R. J. Elbert, Whittemore; C. G. Wermergen, Corwith; and G. L. or Ruth Ole son, Lone Rock. Ford - M. J. Phelps, Titonka; R. F. Hamilton, Swea City; J. R. or Patricia McGuire, Bancroft; J. P. Schissel, Lakota; E. P. Rudd, Algona; V. G. Koestler, Burt; E. E. Bollig, Fenton; H. F. Mayland, Jr., Titonka; M. W. Owens, Swea City; and F. T. Sanders, Elmore. CMC - H. H. Miller, Elmore. Dodge - Peter or Violet Plemel, LuVerne; Lois or Arthur Peterson, Titonka; and E. H. or Deloris Boeckholt, Titonka. Cadillac - W. J. Hood, Algona. Chrysler - J. L. Schenck, Burt. Mercury - D. W. Ferguson, Bancroft; and V. E. Hutcheson, Swea City. Plymouth - J. E. or E. W. Pilcher, Algona. TV Smokes Algona firemen were called to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr on South Wooster street here at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday when a TV set short-circuited and began smoking. There was very little damage and firemen were at the scene only a few minutes. Doll Display Is Held At Local Library Two groups of 50 girls each, ages through 6th grade,- displayed dolls at the Algona public library Saturday. Mrs. Orville Duncan, librarian in charge of the children's department, made arrangements for the event. Each entry was presented with a gift, and those who made their own costumes for dolls were recognized. Mrs. A. J. Eason spoke to eacli session. In addition to showing her Kaethe Kruse dolls, which originated in Germany, Mrs. Eason also displayed a Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy doll and gave a thumb-nail sketch of the author of the stories, John ^ G re we lie. Progress Club At Portland Holds Meeting PORTLAND - Portland Progress Club met Feb. 18 in the home of Eva Shipler, with Vera Fitch assistant hostess. Sixteen members were present. The program was in charge of Ethel Smith, Hazel Steven and Flossie Bartlett. They reviewed ancient history. Korene and Judy Fitch furnished the music. Fun time was in charge of Arlene Wood and Edith Jandl. Hazel Steven and Viola Becker winning prizes. Margaret Govern and Eva Shipler each received a birthday present from their secret sister. The next meeting will be Mar. 25. Betty Miller and Hilma Carlson will be hostesses. Fun time will be furnished by Eva Shipler and Vera Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton left Thursday for San Antonio, Tex. where they will visit the Parsons' daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase and Bernlce visited Tuesday in the Levant home. Mr. and Mrs. Em 11 Haack of Lone Rock were Wednesday visitors. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett spent Saturday visiting Mrs. Reka Cordes of Titonka. Levant Moore and girls and Leona Haase attended the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church. Diane and Nlta Moore took care of the dining room table, Leona Haase helped in the kitchen, Bernlce Haase was in charge of gifts, Mrs. Ruth Haack was in charge of the guest book and Mrs.ChrisBaumanof Wilmar Minn, poured. Mrs.MelvlnHaase took care of the punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Thompson and baby John Edmund of Minneapolis spent the weekend with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen, Mrs. Jack Thompson and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arend were dinner guests in the home of Effie Teeter at Algona Saturday. Chuck and Mike Larsen spent Saturday forenoon in the Lloyd Bartlett home while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen were in Algona. -Glen consulted a doctor and had some x-rays taken. He was kicked by a cow last Tuesday. Fortunately, no bones were broken, just some very sore back muscles. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Ronald Ortman recently in honor of Robert Ortman's 17th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peterson and family of Crystal Lake and mother and a sister of Mrs. Ortman's from Titonka, were also dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks attended the wedding of Phyllis Dimond of Algona and Tom Reding of St. Joe at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and baby, were Sunday dinner guests in the Edmund Larsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Dltt- mere. were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Richard of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walton and family of Rolfe and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phleps and boys of Titonka were Sunday visitors in the Bernard Phelps home. Mrs. Ed Zwiefel and Orlo Zwiefel were Sunday evening visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. "You will have no peace unless you forgive and forget your own mistakes." Swea Couple Are Honored; Wed 55 Years SWEA-EAGLE - Mr. and Mrs. August Robison and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family were Tuesday evening guests at the Tony Lohse home for their 55th wedding anniversary. Mrs.Vern Mortensen called from Hutchison, Minn, to wish them a happy anniversary. Mrs. Robert Anderson entertained the boys in her son Ron's class at school for his 7th birthday Feb. ITattheAndersonhome. Guests were Tim and Tom Hurlburt, Dickie Kokler, Kurt Bjorklund, Greg Grabianowskl, Timmy Barnes and Mike Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Herman of Wilton Junction were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rock and William Phelps drove to Minneapolis Feb. 15 where Jim had his cast removed after 2 1/2 months. Jim had spinal surgery last fall and has been pretty well confined for the past several months. Saturday, Mrs. Perry Torlne, Bancroft, and her son, Lyle Tor- lne of Racine, Wise., visited at the Francis Torino home. Lyle was a weekend guest of his parents. The Walter O'Greens were Friday dinner guests at the home of her parents, the Glen Morrows at Fox Lake, Minn. Roger Steenblock was hurt recently when he fell on the ice and ruptured a blood vessel in his arm. He was hospitalized several days at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop visited their son Dale at Woodward, Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Perry Torino home at Bancroft for his 82nd birthday were the Francis Torines, Mr. and Mrs. John Guy of Dexter, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nagel and Mark of Sherburn, Minn. Afternoon Wade and children of Leroy, Minn. .Mrs. Arthur Kracht was a surgery patient at, Holy Family hospital for six days last week, returning home Friday. Services for Mrs. Norma Boyer, 76, Fairmont, were held Tuesday at Fairmont. Mrs. Boyer was the sister-in-law of Mrs. Ole Johanson of Swea City. Sure, I'd like to move up to a better car. But you're talking money I haven't got. A A Check our price on a Chrysler* You can afford to move up. Nearly half our 1965 models are priced only a few dollars a month more than the most popular smaller cars. And that's for comparable models with power steering, power brakes, automatic transmission, V-8 engine, radio and heater. Move up. It's easy. Se)€ lift ^rVe3 C1DAA PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 So. Phillips - Algona, Iowa Death was attributed to a stroke. Duwayne Rlppentrop was a hospital patient for several days for minor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson became parents of a baby girl, Feb. 18 at Holy Family hospital. Joleen Carol weighed 8 Ibs., 14 ozs. She has a brother Todd at home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mino and the Dettmer Thompsons, Mrs. Mabel Mlno and E. E. Thompsons of Swea City, great-grandparents, and Mrs. Raymon Essington of Council Bluffs. Clear Lake Man Is Injured In Lakota Crash A Clear Lake man was hospitalized Wednesday at Buffalo Center following a car-truck col- lision a half-mile west of Lakota on highway 9. Hospitalized was James Winders, 34, who had a dislocated hip, severe lacerations to the head, multiple contusions and bruises. Winders was driving east in a 1964 Falcon, meeting a semi- truck driven by Thomas Dean, 26, Savage, Minn. Authorities said Dean stated he thought the oncoming car was in his lane and that he pulled to the extreme left shortly before the collision. They reported that skid marks indicate that the car was in its own lane. Damage to the truck was estimated at $250 and the Falcon was considered a total loss. Dean was charged with having no chauffeur's license and falling to move to the right when meeting a car. Tom Cogdall, Algona, highway patrolman, investigated. Chief Second, Team Fifth In Pistol Shoot Algona's police department placed fifth and Chief Al Boekelman was second in the individual division of a pistol shoot'held here recently. Boekelman fired a 337 score to finish one point behind Arthur Jonker of the highway patrol. Jon O'Sell of the patrol was third at 333 and Dick Butler, Conservation officer, was fourth with 331. Two highway patrol teams placed first and second. The Dickinson county sheriff's office was third •• How Much Life /nsurenee is onouj?h? 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