The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1960
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/ Kossuth 4-H Beet Entries Piciured above are Kossuth County 4-H baby b«F«nlrieTat the Uny County Fair. They are from L to R - Ron Illg 10th place siecr held by Raymond Erpelding; Don Hilbert's second place steer field by Nick Erpelding; Duane Hilberl and his 8lh place steer; Tom' Henrys 12lh place steer held by Jack Henry; Jerry Pingel and his 2( Hi and 23rd place Hereford steer, the hitter held by Jim t J mgel. (UDM Engraving). Mr and Mrs Ben Meyer of Osseo, Minn., spent the weekend here with the- former's parents, Mr nnd Mrs Dick Meyer. —o— Mrs Clem Cavanaugh returned recently after spending a week at Fort Dodge visiting at the Bridget nnd M. J. Cavanaugh home. —fl~_ Sandra Bay, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Mel Bay, has returned to Sioux Falls, S. Dakota, to begin her sophomore year at Aug- ustana college. P. E. O, sisterhood will have a dinner meeting Wednesday evening at the Algona Country Club. The program will be by Bill Dau who will show pictures. —o— Mr and Mrs Wes Bartleit returned Tuesday from North Platte, Neb. where they attended the Nebraska-Iowa district convention of-Kiwanis clubs. ^ __,-Q._Mr and Mrs Clifford Eihering- ton have, as their guests their daughter-in-law, Mrs Jim Etherington, baby son, Stevic of Vandenburg Air Foree Base, Calif. Teachers of the Sunday School and Wednesday night Youth Club of the Presbyterian church were honored with a banquet Monday night by the ladies of the church. AROUND ALGONA I ' » r< . * V, Mrs Arthur Kraufie is hostess to her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). •—o— Mrs John Dullon will be host- (ss to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. —b— Mrs Henrietta Bowman will be hostess to the Guild of the Presbyterian church Monday evening. Mrs Richard Norton spent Fri- % day with her parents, Mr and \Mrs Ned Downing at Marshalltown. —o— Mariner's Club of the Presbyterian church will have a pot-luck dinner Wednesday evening at the church. •—o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson and Mr and Mvs Harold Schumacher spent Sunday .at West Union to observe the 89th birth- clya of Mrs Hobson's father, Lawrence Traeger, Sr. Mr and Mrs Don Ferris were visited over the weekend by the former's brother and wife of Farmington. — o — Mr and Mrs Clarence Golwiicer of Irvington are the parents of an 8 pound, 10 ounce daughter born Sept. 18 at St. Ann hospital. • — o — Rev. and Mrs Newton Coughenour went to Rowan a week ago Sunday to attend ordination services fdr Rev. Richard Jackson. First banns of marriage have been announced at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Donald Shiltz, Bancroft, and Sharon Klocke, Algona. Mary Ann Sigsbee. daughter of Mr and Mrs Hurlan Sigsbee, was honoree at a slumber party Friday evening at her home. A scavenger hunt furnished the early evening's entertainment. Mary Ann will be 14 Sept. 25. Judy, nine year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee, broke her right arm Jn a fall at Lucia Wallace school playground last Monday. She is coming along nicely. —o— Pam Waller, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller pledged Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority at the University of Iowa Friday. She is an entering freshman student. •—o— Mr and Mrs Vic Parsons are spending two weeks in Seattle, Wash., attending a business convention. They also planned to go to Salem, Ore., to visit the Dwight Parsons. Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Gregg Leo, son of Mr and Mrs Gordon Winkle, arid James Brian, son of Mr and Mrs Larry J. Cook. •—o— Mery Ann Bradley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Bradley, has Kone to St. Paul to becin her freshman yea;: at St. Catherine's college. Carolyn Bickeii, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Bickert has begun her junior year at the same school. —o— Mr and Mrs Cleo Black received n card from their son Wade saying that he arrived in Sacremento, Calif., Sept. 9, and is enjoying a visit with his three sis.- ters, Mrs Ken Emerson, Mrs Olie Roush and Mrs Paul Fisher, all of whom live in California. LONE ROCK Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell are accompanying their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart of Adel, on a trip through the Ozarks and Kansas City, Mo. Tom Hutchison, son of Mr and Mrs T. C. Hutchison, left Wednesday for Palo Alto, Calif., where he will be a junior at Stanford University. Tom spent his first two years of ^college at Grinnell and this summer was employed at Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer were evening callers in the Duane Dreyer nome in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and Linda were recent visitors in the Frank Dreyer home. Bernard Peltit accompanied Mr and Mrs Charles Kendall of Garden City, Minnesota, to a reunion of the 34th division at the hotel Savery in Des Moines on Saturday. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt are parents of a daughter born August 25th. The little miss was named Julie MarTo. Mrs Walter Bierstedt and Mrs Leonard Hansen and children were Friday dinner guest's and afternoon visitors in the Howard Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter attended the 38th Wedding Anniversary of Mr and Mrs Jim Culburtson of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Dale Baxter and Darrel Dean were Sunday dinner guests in the Leslie Baxter home. Paul Anglcn of Lone Rock underwent surgery in the Nebraska Methodist Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska. He will be a patient in the hospital from 7 to 10 days. Mr and Mrs George Kissncr, Lanny, Janese and Darlene Long attended a Marlow Reunion at Willmar, Minn. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine were Monday dinner guests . in the home of Rev. and Mrs Myron Brower in Algona. Others in at- FARM BUREAU MUTUAL ANNOUNCES RATES ON AUTO INSURANCE Farm Bureau Mutual is cutting rates. This Company continues to give you the MOST Protection and the BEST Service at the LOWEST possible cost. The Company is proud to announce the following changes that can save you money. AND — you still get the finest automobile insurance policy on the market today. • Rate reductions will result In more than ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS in Savings in Premium annually ta the policyholders . .. AND many are receiving thete ADDITIONAL SAVINGS — > 20% CLAIMS and ACCIDENT FREE DIVIDEND. Over 77% of ALL Farm Bureau Mutual Auto policyholders are now receiving the 20% Claims and Accident Free Dividend. This results in a total of ONE 'and ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS of additional savings to those qualified each year. > 22% SAVINGS FOR MARRIED MALE DRIVERS, ages 22 through 24 and living with spouse. They will now receive up to 22% savings (depending on coverage carried) over former rates. 10% DISCOUNT FOR DRIVER'S TRAINING COURSE ... this discount is allowed, when applicable, to other youthful male driven for successful completion of a Driver's Training Course. 10% DISCOUNT FOR COMPACT CARS. Now, for the first time, these cars will receive an additional discount on liability and collision coverages. ANOTHER 25% DISCOUNT is given on additional cars covered under a multiple car policy. 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Mis Art Pricbe and Florence Weisbrod are home after Inking David and Charles Behne to their home in Vvichita. Kansas. Charles and David spent most of the summer in the Priebe home and with their ;-'-andmoth- er, Mrs Florence tJehne in Fen- Ion. Mrs Art Priebe and Florence Weisbrod stopped in Moulton. and visited with Mrs Ollie Stansbury who in turn accompanied Mrs Priebe to visit in the Priebe home in Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder of Movillo and their children visited last weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs, Henry Schroeder. The Fenton Township Homemakers held a tea on Friday, September 16 at tne Milford Mitchell home. Mrs Art Priebe was hostess to a Going Away Party recently who left for their home in Wichita, Kansas Those present were Joel Priebe, Briny Priebe, Jim nnd Brian Geitx.enauer, Michael Lee, Mieke Jackson. Lanny Kissner. Pat and Kim Blanehard. Stanley 'Nordine end Carl Priebe were unable to attend. Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and Martha Rath, Mr HMO* Mrs Albert Shaser, and Mrs Hatlie Shaser, Mr and Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt were guests recently to help Radical Hurlburt celebrate her 12th birthday, in the Emma Ilurlburt home. New Church Night Something new has been added to the program at the Presbyterian church at Lone KOCR. Plans have been completed for the first adult night, to be held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, at which time there will be devotions, a talk by Angus Cotton and refreshments served by Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and Mr and Mrs Art Person. Church services will be held at the regular time, 10 a.m. that day. Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1960 Alaena (la.) Upper DM Four ACES Are Hard To Beat! ...Coming In October... THE NEW 1961 > CADILLAC 6 BUICK > PONTIAC * LARK AT SCHULTZ BROS. 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