The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1960
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Upp* r P** *•'»•* tuestlay, Sept. 20, I960 Wdtnen's Golf Day .A woman's Invitatipnal was teld Wednesday at the Country Club with guests from Blue Earth, Minn., Clafion, Clear Lake, Eagle Grove, Fort Dodge, Humboldt, Mason City and Spencer. First pme in golf Went to Mrs Glee Oftrtzkc, Blue Earth. High score tirize for bridge went 1o Mrs Ralph Bauer, WhHlwnore, mem- hpr of the Algona club. Brcnda Sjogren, 11 ,Mr and Mrs Don Sjogren en- ttrtained at dinner Sunday, a celebration of the eleventh birth- d£y of their daughter, Brenda. Quests were the grandparents Mr ahd Mrs A. M. Johnson, the uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Curt John- s»n*?Pc*meroy, and the grandfath^ er, Gus Sjogren. Sponsor Baby Mrs 'Ray Schilmoeller and son Cecil and Mr and Mr6 Robert Kain went to Ames a week ago Sunday to attend the chistening of Lynn Marie, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Cordell Schilmoeller. 'Mrs Kairt and Cecil Schilmoeller were sponsors. . To Wed Saturday Invitations have been issued to •the wedding Sept. 24 of Florence Kylen, daughter of Mrs Minnie Kylen and the late John Kylen, of Swea City, to Richard DeWall, at eight o'clock in the Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City. Attend Reunion Mr and Mrs George Sefrit attended a Sefrit family reunion last Sunday at Perry at the home of the brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs "Paul Seatin. Baptist Circles Women of the First Baptist church circles will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20 as follows - Circle 1 with Wyona Laws; Circle 2 with Mrs Fountain; Circle 3 with Amy Priebe. Democratic Women's Coffee The Kossuth County Democratic Women's Club will hold a coffee hour and meeting, 'Saturday afterrtoon, Sept. 2<1, at 2:30 p.m. in the Algona Hotel. All interested women are cordially invited. A guest speaker is being arranged for by the committee. C. D. of A. Meets The Catholic Daughters, Court of St. Cecelia, Algona, met Thursday, September 8 for a combination pot luck and business meeting. The committee included Janice Altman. Beverly Buschcr, Olivia Elbert, Eva Gis'ch, Lenore Kinsey, Elizabeth Lung, Margaret Loss and Mamie Winkel. Donald Haase, 12 Mrs Gail Haase gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of the twelfth birthday of her son Donald. Guests were Bob Bradford, Greg Buchanan, Wayne Christensen, Dan Merryman and Phil Taylor. The lads attended the matinee and were served lunch at the home afterward. Birthdays Observed Mr and Mrs Bill Barry spent Sunday at Des Moines visiting Mr Barry's sister, Mrs C. B. M. Smith. Mrs Smith's birthday is Sept. 17 and Mr Barry's is Sept. 19. This is the 31st Consecutive time that they Jiave celebrated their birthdays together. G.6.P. Women's Tea Kossuth County Republican Women's club will hold a' tea and coffee at Van's Cafe Oct. 4 from 2 to 4 in the afternoon. Anyone interested is invited to attend. Mrs Frederickson, Burt, county president will be present. Committee Meets The Girl Scouts community 'committee met Monday evening with "Mrs David Smith. Plans were made for the activities of the coming year. harvest earlier-store safer with-SIOUX-GRAIN BIN ERECTED ON YOUR SITE, ON CONCRETE FLOOR . . . FOR ONLY 35e BUSHEL! * (On Basis of 3,000 or More Bushels) Harvest at your convenience -^ don't gamble on the weather. Store your grain earlier. With •SIOUX- bins, you" can be corf*- fjdeht you? cf ops are safe to hold for highest prices. •SIOUX- drying unit and optional base provide the most efficient, complete, fool-proof storage possible. It's engineered as a complete unit for all-weather drying using natural or heated air. Humidistat automatically controls heating unit v Superior because — • Fo»!«rfr«cHod— •v«rlopp1ng t wta(W« proof six ply ribt every, 22 Vi* of . height, Rtqvlrtt f«W«r bolrv WM M •rtction CO* • Smocrh, ttrf dianlng Inner viaB. • failly assembled, supporting bat* •MM nor* storage. ' • • A4jwtgbU wtf strap* for «a>» »ol' • 8<lenllfl«olly Engineered outside »\t cfcember and 1 1 * plenum depth pro* «i«V KMMW* eir resistcM* far peak •ate Is easily assembled* Gives nore ttorage* Effeltr* drying nil ckculatW •Ir thru perforated floor. ,. , . »» tttty'lor fuB infermvOea 0* ' -9IOUX- MIAN* SUPERIORITY '* i- , ~ Also Sioux Cribs . . . And Koyker Portable* drain Elevators & Augers CO. *v ^ tVwl New GranddaughMs* Mr and Mrs Cecil Taylor have received anhouncerhent of the birth of a duaghtdr to their son and dauglitet-in-lfiW Mr and Mrs Howard Franks at fucson, Ariz. She has been named Robin. Other children in the family are Michael and Jeffrey. Luncheon Held A tit. Ann Auxiliary luncheon was held Tuesday (today) at one o'clock at the Country club. Mrs V. K. Rising played the Hammond organ during the luncheon and stvle show. Reunion Dinner Mr and Mrs Ralph Loss came Saturday from Bremerton, Wash., for a visit with various relatives. A family reunion dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Mike Loss. Entertains Knitters Mrs Ernie Godfredson entertained her knitting club Tuesday afternoon. an Highway 18 From Al0*rto Giiild MMi* The Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist church meets Tuesday evening, Sept. 20. It is guest night. Many From Burt Now Enrolled At Colleges Burl — College doors swung opc.n this past week for a number of Burt young people. Either returning for another year or registering for the first time were: Drake University, Norman Mitchell; -,'J. D. Andrews and Judy Hinckley, Simpson College, Indianola; Iowa State University at Ames, David Christensen, Eugene Steward, Shirley Schwietert, Jeanette Bjustrom and Grace McKim; Iowa State Teacher's' at Cedar Falls, Karen Lavrenz, Alice'. Thompson and Eugene Bohling. State University of Iowa' at Iowa City, Sheryl Smith and Perry Steward; upper Iowa at Fayette, Roger Steward and Gordon Giddings; Morningside at Sioux City, Canlyn Hinckley; Mankato State, David Stewart and Boyd Shipler and Donna Teeter; University of Wyoming, Gary Schichll and John Smidt; Pamela Andrews, A.I.B.. Des Moines; and Gene Ulses, Trin^y College, Sioux City. Blue Birds Elect Officers for the new 4-H year were elected by the Burt Blue Birds when they met Saturday at the Stanley Black home. Elected were: Cheryl Lovstad, president, Frances McDonald vice president, Evelyn Cherland, .secretary, Rose Ella Kohler, treasurer, Carol Wiener, historian, ' Rosemary Ulses, reporter. Jane Mitchell, photographer, Judy Cherland, recreation chairman, Virginnia Lappe, music chairman, and JoAnn Ackerman, special activity chairman. This year's 4-H project is Cooking with Safety. The club enrollment increased with the. reception of two new members, Carole Wiener,- and Diane Person. A talk l given by Virginia ' Lappe and Judy Spry and Jane Black gave a de- monstfation. Hostesses for Saturday's meeting were Jane Black and Judy Spry. Mrs Wallace Hawcotl is the leader., . . Overnight guests at the Larry Holding home Tuesday were M, and Mrs William Earle of Grout Falls, Montana. Also guests at the Holding homo Tuesday evening were Mr and Mrs P. N. Marlow and Douglas. Mrs Olive Moore, who was hospitalized at Fort Dodge last week, was taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs Leonard Schmidt at Bode, where she will be cared for until she is able to return to her home. A wedding of interest to many Burt folks was that of Helen Hunt to Marlin Molaski at Holy Family church at East Chain Minn, on Saturday. Miss Hunt is a niece of John and Helen Schwietert of Burt. Attending the double ring ceremony were John and Helen Schwietert. Jane Barslau, Mr and Mrs Merle Schwietert, Shirley and Patricia and Phyllis Hardgrove of Algona. Mr arid Mrs Bill Christensrn and Debra were Wednesday evening visitors at the Larry Holding hbrrie. Mr and Mrs Merwvn Cunning- horn attended the Clay County Fair at Spencer 1 'inursday. Dr. and Mrs J. Q. Clapsaddlr snent Thursday at the home of his daughter, ami family, th? Gildners at Mason City. Onen iiouse in honor of UT- birthday anniversary of Mrs Hedwis Lou-son wos hold Sept 16 at the home of MrS HHo" Johnson^ with whom Mrs Larson is making her home. Mr and Mrs Larry Holding were hosts to a group of friends at their Home Monday cvt'iiine. Guests were Mr and Mrs Jack Nymah, Mr and Mrs Ordean Kdbrick and :r.r and Jrtrs Al Cy^ phera, all of Bancroft. Jack Nauman leturned to his hutuc in Augusta, Wis., after visiting for several day's with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Clarence Riebhoff entertained at a rehearsal dinner at their home oh Friday evening. Guests were t'ie members of the wedding patty and Mr and Mrs Harold Martin. Members of the Eastern Stfir held their first meeting of the fall Tuesday evening. Guests at the Larry Holding home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Paul Olson, Blue Earth, and Mv and Mrs Ladell Olson of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Bernard MeisteV returned to then- nome the piis't weekend from a 2 week vacation spent at Phoenix, nnz. and with Mrs Meister's .sister and family, the Gordon Neaves at Beverly Hills, Calif. The Burt Band Mothers hefrl their first meeting of the year Thursday evening. Members of the Burt V.F.W. Auxiliary are sponsoring u creamed chicken supper at the V.F.W. Hall beginning at 5 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 25. The Past Matrons club held then first meeting of the fall season Thursday. Hostesses were the new officers. ,leny McMullen returned to hi. leaching position at Lakotu hi>:h school last week. Jjrry arrived home Tuesday from a six week education tour of Europe sponsored by South Dakota State ci.liege at Vermillion. The highlight of the tour was his atten- da'.iet- of the Summer Olympics at Home. Algeria 4-H The September meeting of Ihe A!:;'m;i 4-H club, was held at. the I'Yrm Bureau building. Election of ol'fifjrs was held. . Russell Hnde was elected president, Lee Kiuehlich, vice president, Borme I'leiiK.l, secreUiry-trcas^'-jr and W.iyne Patterson, reporter. I.'inch was served by Robert Ma- ll you find lire is empty, try pu'iing something into it. Move OUT IN FRONT with WAYNE Production Rated for hens capable of laying over 250 eggs in a year. Efficiency Tested to produce a dozen eggs with 4 Ibs. feed or less. FREE WAYNE HANGING FEEDER With Each Ton Wayne Poultry Feed ROBINSON PRODUCE & FEED CY 4-4206 DuWayne Klein Algona Hdf Lunch Increase Thfe hot .lunch program at Algona high school's Annex has shown an increase in meals served each day following the pattern of enrollment in local pub- lic Schools, according to-Supt. 0. B. Lning. Mbre than 700 metils pfcr day have been served since the opening of the present school year, a jump of five percent over last year's average. francf GftitiMntutt. celebrate Hfef 0th birthday last Saturday Wete: tftsa VfMfct, Terrfr Vcrigt, Diane Walters, Craig Finneflad, Mafcia Grdss and Afdith Walker. TAXES ARE NOW DUE! Second Half Payment Due in 1960 Will Become Delinquent October 1 Pay Taxes Now and Avoid Penalty Friday, Sept. 30, will be the last day to pay and escape payment of penalty of % of 1 per cent,"effective Oct. 1. An additional 3 /4 of 1 per cent will be added each succeeding month. Be sure to give a list of the property you want to pay taxes on/also the taxing district, to save time and trouble. Penalties are assessed on unpaid taxes Oct. 1 and the property on which taxes are delinquent will be advertised for sale in November. ROSELLA VOIGT Kossuth County Treasurer This is the time shrewd buyers wait for.. Clearance of 1960 Rambler Wagons a*. • & i960 Rambler Custom Cross Country 4-Door Station Wagon, Smart rooftop travel Rack standard at uo extra coil. Now own Rambler—the world's most popular 6-cylinder wagon—for less than you'd pay for most sedans! Wt Rambler dealers just set pur 35th consecutive inonthly sales record. We're winding up the biggest year in our history; selling more compact (an per dealer than any other dealer group. So, our sales costs per car are lowest. Ramblers cost least of all U.S. cars to start with. That's why nobody can match our low, low, low prices. So hurry in while we still have a good choice of smart station wagons. Prices of big used cars are plummeting—waiting may cost you hundreds of dollars. Buy today and save. Get a quality-built Rambler with proved top resale value. Yoa can own a Rambler tor am lit tie am I960 RanMer America* Ceuft*>jW Station Monthly payments lot »• American Oaluie 2-Door j»»«i based on manufacturer's w*< ivied d«livered piict it (•ton with Vt down paymml. 36-i3wli contract with normt) carryiM chiroK. Fwltral tu« ofk. fS Uonal •quipmwC lrtamM*> IKM, loturim. dm miftut (UH, U »ny, wtr*. RamWef AmwlMn QelwM 2-Oogr Sodmj Today! Get the wagon buy of your life at your Rambler dealer? DAUS CARAGI, 125 S Dodge $t, All

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