The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 19
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for higher yields Full S«MOB Control of most annual broadleaf wttds and grasses. Non-Injurious to Corn Safe to humans and animals. Non-Irritating, Profitable Increased yields. SavMttmt and tabofc Reducw or eliminates cultivation. Makes your Investment in food aeed, fertilizer and management pay off. Eliminates weed corn- petition. Soil nutrients and moisture all go to com. CEIGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DMttoH of Ot/flx Clitmteat Corporation •tw MIH Klvor Road, Ardoloy, Now York GET YOUR SIMAZINE - - - - - • •- , •""- - •. ~ % v:* **'-.*4ji»'.v.-" /?*** OR ATRAZINE From Us ALGONA FLOUR & FEED 205 S. Phillips CY 4-2701 Dinners Honor Eleven Pupils AfWhittemore WhitiftmOfe — Eleven pupils', of St. Paul's Lutheran school were confirmed Palm Sunday during the morning services Rev. Cleo kautsch performed the confirmation rites. Dinners were given in their honor by res- tjoctive parents and are as follows: Mr and Mrs August Vaudt had as guests in honor of Bruce Clara Vaudt. Esthcrville, Mr and Mrs Mike McGovern and family Marshalltown, Mr and Mrs Adolph Freese, Alice, Allan and Terry, Coulter, Edward Butler Elmore, Mihn., Mr and Mrs Walter Vaudt and Ann, Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch and Lisa, Rev. and Mrs Cleo Kautsch and daughters. Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert, Mrs Clara Vaudt and Mrs Anna Behnke. Mr and Mrs Sterling Simonson's guests in honor of Sidney were Mr and Mrs Andrew 'edersen, Mrs Thora Pedersen, olfe, Mr and Mrs Edward Wil- ox and family, Algona, Mr and Vlrs Stanley Simonson, Ruthven, Af and Mrs Kenneth Markham and family, Lyle, Minn., and Ars Eida Simonson of here. Mr and Mrs Cyril Wagner in lonor of Cheryl, M r and Mrs Theodore Ostwald and Charles, j'enton, Sharon Johnson, Algona. and Mrs Herbert Schmit, Mr md Mrs Mclvin Ost'^ald and ilandy, Mr and Mrs Delbert Ostwald and family, Mrs Dorothy iuntz and family and Marvin' Ostwald. Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert in honor of Barbara, Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn, Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and family, West Bend, Mr and Mrs Fred Greinert and family, Ringstcd, Mr and Mrs Elmer Greinert; and Teddy, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Geo. Meyer, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr .and Mrs Reuben Butzke and family, Mrs Edward Greinert, Trudy Betts, Mr' and Mrs, William Ostwald and.fam- ily, Dale 'Bell and Mr and Mrs Harry Seely. The dinner was also in honor of Keith Seely, son of*Mr and Mrs Bert Seely. Guests at the William Hanover home in honor of Sandra were William Hanover Sr., Mr and Mrs Walter Bierstedt, LuVerne, Mrs Lucinda Bierstedt and jamily, Fenton, . Mrs Amanda ;Ruhnk^e v Mr and Mrs Rudolph and' family. Mr and Mrs Fred Ruhnke and Larry were evening callers.. Mrs Myrtle Frost had as guests in honor of David, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson and Joyce. Fenton, Mr and Mrs Donald Herridt and daughter, Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Clyde Dykhus and family, Emmetsburg, Aaron Smith, Armstrong, Louise Charl- [THESE WOMgN! ..»«•«•«. own, percentage or valuation- wise. The afnouht of total tax to be collected in any given taxing district is based on the school levy, the township, town or city levy, and your county levy. These are lumped together, and your share of this total is computed. That is the tax you pay at the ourthouse. The state itself ha» Tuesday, April 19, 1960 4lfl«f»« (l«.) Upptf Pit "Bow, thia n my cousin, Egbert Derfendorf, I've been Idling yo« about H«'. » textile. 1" 9*? Note: General questions in this column will be answered briefly when properly presented, and without controversial angles. Names of those asking questions are not required.' They will be answered as space permits. * « * . Question — Our family is anxious to do some family ; camping ahd we'd like to have information on the sub- " jtCt. Can you help us? — Mrs J. H. Answer — The. Family Camping Club of America is located at 606 South Neil, Champaign, 111. and has basic information on tent or trailer traveling and living. They offer a complete camper's service. There are also several good directories of places to camp' available, with all necessary information. Try a book store. nothing to do with local-taxes. Major sources of state income are sales tax, income tax, gasoline tax, in Iowa. * # * Question — How come we are still having fund drives? We thought the United Fund took care of all that. Alfdnan Answer — Several of the larger fund - raising groups did not choose to participate either in tftfe funr-raising of the United Fuhd or the distribution of money 30 raised. They are" conducting their own independent drives a* usual. Sleeper or non-sleeper cabs. Diesel power options from 180 to 335 hp., GCW ratings up to 79,000 Iba. WE WILL BUY THE UNUSED MILES ON YOUR OLD TIRES.... SO THIS IS THE PLACE TO GET THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN ON • «tl of guaranteed* ATLAS 9 Tl Up to 6 months to pay! No interest or carrying charge! Liberal terms. You ride away on famous Atlas Tiros that aro safor ... givo more miles. It's tho.bost doal in town. Stop in today! 800 how much . you can save! •Ae l i«l*e«1 yforoled from dole of purchow bated on replacement price* STANDARD HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE CY44I7I STATI 15-1U son,-.Algona, Clifford Charlson, Lake -Mills, Goodwin Meltvedt, Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Abel Hauge and family, Forest City, Mrs O. Isle and son, Mr and Mrs Myron Gilbert and family, Milford, and Mr and Mrs Conrad Satern and family, Spencer. Mr and Mrs Orville Barber were hosts in honor of Geneva's confirmation to Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald and Loveda Ewoldt of here, Mr and Mrs Russell Barber, Norman Barber and Mr and Mrs Mervyn Bleich and family, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe entertained a group of relatives in honor of Brian's confirmation. The guests were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Raymond, Voigt and family and Mrs Pearl Hanson, Mr and Mrs Richard Hanson and family, DCS Moines, Mr and* Mrs Harold Voigt and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom, Algona, Wanda . Hanson, Keokuk, Billy Johnson, Rolfe and Mr and Mrs, Ray Haugen Algona. Mrs Margaret Ewoldt entertained in honor of Robert's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Henry Ewoldt and Karen Torkelson, Humboldt, Mr and Mrs James Lihdhorst and Mr and Mrs Rufus Lindhorst, Algona. Wed 42 Years Mr and Mrs George Gengler were pleasantly surprised Sunday when their family feted them at an evening dinner -in honor of their forty-second wedding anniversary. The family was all present. They are Mr arid Mrs William Ristau, Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Frank Brink and Mr and Mrs Joe Wollner, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Robert Gengler and Mr and 'Mrs Ralph Gengler. A number of relatives gathered at the Simon Weber home Tuesday evening to celebrate Mrs Weber's birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Joe Sikora and son- and Mr and Mrs Simon Sikora of. Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Peter Weydert of Ventura, Mr and Mrs. Paul Weber of Burt, Mr and Mrs Bud Quinn of West Bend, Mr and Mrs William Weber, Garry and Ruth, Mr anti Mrs Babe Hogan, Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and family and Mike Wagner of here, Mr and Mrs Bud Fc'rden and Randy "and Mr and Mrs James Buscher of Algona and Mr and Mrs Oscar Weber and sons -of Ayrshire, Cards were played"and lunch was served. Ruth Braatz, student at Concordia Teachers college, River Forest, 111., it spending her jjagtw •vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz. ' Mr and Mrs Harold Zjrnmer- mamv and Harlan LeininBej drove to Albert Lea Thursday to bring home Mrs Aurelia: Loin inger who has been visiting a 1 John Leininger. Question — I have two teen-age daughters who make me feel like an old witch because I try to gel them to eat breakfast. They say it makes them fat. Juice and coffee is about ail they will take. How can I convince them differently? — Mother Answer -•• There is an old saying "the better the breakfast the better the day." Perhaps your family doctor . could impart a little beneficial advice op eatinp without getting fat, or the health education classes in your schoo- might lend you a helping hand. Or — you might lay down the law! * * . Question — Is Good Friday a legal holiday? — Curious Answer — Yes, in 12 states we believe. Iowa is not one of them. '" * • * * . ll Question — We have had some arguments in our home 'on the subject of taxes-'and whether or not there should be more state aid. How are taxes figured, or how is our tax arrived at? — Old-Grouch . Answer — Your real estati taxes and personal property taxe: are of course based on what you The diesel they call "Great" -now even better! This is the improved version of our premium-built INTERNATIONAL tilt-cab diesel.. . the truck that's already a legend on the highway. 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And this market didn't exist until rural America was) electrified by member-owned, private enter-' prises, such as ours. .THOUSANDS OF MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN—-our city neighbors—live happier, safer lives today, because of this great surge of buying power provided by the growing needs of rural America. That's why we're proud to say.../;."^ RURAL ELECTRIFICATION is good for ALL Americans! *'vtfi HUMBOLDT COUNTY RURAL ILiCTRIC COOPiRATlVI AND CORN BELT POWER CO-OPERATIVE

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