The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1960 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1960
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l-Algono (la.) Upptr Dit Meinet Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1960 Portland 1H Club Elects New Officers Portland — The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H met Saturday afternoon with Patty and Betty Lampe. They held election of officers. Patty Lamne was elected president. Betty Lampe, vice president, Janice Larsen, secretary- treasurer and Catnerine Trunk- hill, historian. Linda Broker gave a talk and Betty Lampt 1 gave a demonstration. Mrs Frank Becker and Mrs Hnrold Lampe are the new 4-H leaders. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch went to Ruthvon Tuesday, to spend the day with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jesse Schmidt, and heip Mrs Schmidt, celebrate her birthday. The Portland Progress Club met Sept. ,15 at the home of Mrs Robert Wood. The Mesdames Frank Becker, Harold Becker, Tony Jandl, S. R. Parsons, Jay Steven, Ray Fitch, Howard Sparks, A. L. Rasmussen, Elizabeth Kennedy, John Miller,' Robert Wood and Victor Filch" Were present. The program was arts ar>4 crafts. Lunch was served by the hostess. Howard Sparks and Guy Dimond spent a week fishing at Leech Lake, Minn. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy atlended open house in honor of Mr and Mrs Bill Rick- lefs Sept. 11 at TitonKa. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mrs, Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and Mr and Mrs Martin Becker attended the Spencer Fair Wednesday. Janet Lampe left Tuesday morning for Sioux City where she will attend Briar Cliff College, majoring in home cc. Saturday visitors at the Edmund Larsen home were the Arrie Dittmers, Quinlon Bjuslroms, Otto Harlans and Roy Sarchets. Edgar Nelson of Burton, Neb was a Tuesday caller at the Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson took their trailer house to Fayette Sunday. They left Monday for Fayette where he will attend school. Mr and Mrs Ronald Oilman and Mr and Mrs Edmunci ijn«*»i. attended the Spencer Fair Thursday. Mr and Mrs Art Randall and Mr and Mrs Leonard -Randall and Lonnie of Albert L*a and Mrs Mary Michaclsen of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests in the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson went to Blue Earth Monday on business. Kevin Nelson was ffick with a stomach upset and could not attend school Monday afternoon. Mrs Goodwyn Bergerud carnr home from the hospital aboul a week ago and at this time is staying with her parents, Mr and Mrs Meindert Schmidt at Woden. The Mesdames, Clifford Your.f,'. Victor Fitch, Bernard Meister, P. W. Marlow. Henry Smith, George Manus, Donald Weber, Clifford Holding. Robert Hamilton and Milton Steven allended a parly at the Jay Steven home, Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Hahn and Therein of Davenport came Tuesday to spend a couple of days with her sister and family, the Stanley Ruses. "All men seem to want to gain power and authority—th<* most potentially dangerous things they can possess." Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes Mr and Mrs Charles Reaper accompanied their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Dutch Leek to Sargeanv, Minn. Sunday to visit Mr Leek's parents. Mr and Mrs Lee Colwell attended the Spencer Fair Thursday. They accompanied Mr and Mrs Harold''Colwell. . Mr and Mrs Franklin Wagner are parents qf their second son, Charles Franklin, born at St. Aftn Sept. 12. Mrs Olive Hansen went to Britt Thursday to visit her daughter Mrs Dean Culbertson and baby boy at Britt memorial hospital. The baby has been named Daniel Joseph and was born Sept. 15. Mrs Mary Dole has been having a seige of infection on her hand this week. She is having medical caro at Fort. Dodge. Gerald Frankl returned Thursday from Wyo. and Mont, where he had been contracting cattle the past week. . GRANDPARENTS When Debra Sue Morgan greeted this world at Jefferson recently, she found 13 grandparents waiting for her arrival. On her mother's side of the family are Five living generations and on her father's side there are six •generations of ancestors. Market Day Is Called Success AtOffosen Oiioaen — The annual fall market day sale brought out a big crowd. As usual there were items of every description, furniture of all kinds, clothing, cooking utensils, cream separators, automobiles, tractors and other farm equipment, hay, dogs and goats, etc. The cool, sunny weather was ideal. Three organizations had eat stands, the Commetcial club, the Presbyterian women and the Lutheran women of-the church. The American Legion Auxiliary f met Munday evening with Mrs. .Conrqd JobDS,OTi.. < A.(!3ft was given to Kenneth Streit, nw. son of Mr and Mrs Bernard.' Streit. Lunch was served by the hostess. The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday Sept, 9 at the home of Mrs Mike Coyle. Yearly reports were given by the treasurer, Mrs Essie Cooper, the secretary, Mrs Long and the chairman of the social committee, Mrs Mike Coyle. Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mrs Don: aid Usher arid Martha visited the Harold Henriksons at Emmetsburg Tuesday'. ' ' Mr and Mrs Donald Usher visited D. F. Moine at Geneva, enroute home from Cedar Falls, where they had taken their daughter Martha, who is a senior at I.S.T.C. Fearlessness is the mother of. confidence. Algona Upper Des Moines NOTHING TO BUY - JUST FILL ENTRY BLANK $200 IN PRIZES SIS per Week $7- $5- $3 CASH TO THREE CLOSEST ENTRIES .Bring or Moil Your GRID .. - / .'" GUESSES To Tht Off k* Of Th« Algona Upper Dts By SATURDAY NOON (or postmarked by Satur- ; t day Noon) ENTER AS MANY AS YOU .* WISH BUT ON ENTRY BLANKS FROM THIS PAPER ONLY. Tom's Radio & TV HOME OF RCA Victor SALES & SERVICE IOWA vs. OREGON STATE Your Complete Hardware Dept. Store FREDERICK HARDWARE STORE V-A—_/A_». Ji_i_y L/-JOC1 ii.l .) ' .,• U V. >i A.^_^. The best place in Algona to buy fine quality hardware — at a savingl TULSA vs. ARKANSAS yxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx^ Javm 111 »•< KANSAS vs. KANSAS STATE CHROME CAFE And SERVICE CY 4-9100 CY 4-9191 24 HOUR SERVICE Clostd From Saturday, 2 P.M. Till Sunday, 5 P.M. HIWAY 169 and 18 S.M.U. v*. OHIO STATE ywxxxxxxxx/xyxxxxxxxxxxxx/yxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx^ BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE WESTINGHOUSE and FRIGIDAIRE Service On All Makes TV and Appliances t 215 E. State Phone CY 4-3613 TEXAS vs. MARYLAND HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE " "Eager Beaver Service' STATE & PHILLIPS ST. CY 4-2362 ALGONA AIR FORCE vs. COLORADO STATE ifrift>S^M<*SM<<«aXXX»i0SSS$K«<»^^ >EEK<<<ilSSW6SSWS^S*S0iSS{60ia^iSaK«<<<a^^^X/^^ CULLEN HARDWARE "The Family Store That's Fun To Shop" 10 E. State CY 4-4630 TENNESSEE vs. AUBURN SSSSSJSSSSfffffSffSSSSSSfi* ALGONA AUTO SALES "Compare 4 YOU Be The Judge" Two Locations Southwest of Courthouse South on Highway 169 BOB WOODS, Owner MICHIGAN STATE vs. PITTSBURG UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. AUTHORIZED RECONDITIONED .FORD PARTS SEE YOUR FORD DEALER MISSOURI vs. OKLAHOMA STATE s^s«EKSfyp'iyiYp^w»yy>vy5y^^ ^ ALGONA Make The Iowa State Bank Your Bank INDIANA vs. ILLINOIS HOOD'S SUPER VALUE A SUPER SUPERMARKET MINNESOTA vs. NEBRASKA ZEND EFTS MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR NORTHWESTERN vs. OKLAHOMA Lindsay Soft Water ''' CY 4-3755 Algona Th* Finn! In Completely Automatic Water Softening. SALES - RENTALS - SERVICE SYRACUSE vs. BOSTON U. ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. t ' '.<,-:••*•.,!• .*.••<:•. •? •, -; . j • •• •• ' • -,' "Bud" Robinson GENERAL CONTRACTING - SIOUX STEEL BUILDINGS Hwy. 18 Ea»t Phone CY 4-3374 PURDUE vs. U.C.I A. yXXXWXXXXXXXXXXXx^XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX/X/XXXXXXXXXXXXX, RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY Prescriptions — Drugs — Jewelry Registered Watchmaker On Duly ' Two Graduate Registered Pharmacists To Serve You 1 17 E. State . Phone CY 4-2349 WASHINGTON vs. IDAHO WXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXXXXXXXxxxxx v/.xxx Paxson Insurance "INSURE AND.BE SURE" 110'i No. Dodge Phone CY 4-4512 STANFORD vs. WISCONSIN <XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXyXxXxV. XXXVXXXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXX. VXXXX CONTEST RULES '.' t ' V;'- '. READY -MIX CONCRETE AND LUMBER CO. "CY 4-4266 FOR READY-MIX" Algona's Headquarters For Lumber And Building Materials Of All Kinds! 202 N. Laniry Call CY 4-4266 CALIFORNIA vs. NOTRE DAME I NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "NATURAL GAS - 7 WAYS BETTER" 1Q9 So. HarJan Phone CY 4-2484 ARMY vs. BOSTON COLLEGE &ss//r/jr////r//////////^//s/^^^^ SECURITY STATE BANK "The Friendly Bank" With Drive-In Facilities MICHIGAN vs. OREGON y/s/^M'////^/?//?//?//////^//?/^^^^ •///MV////^///sy/M'//////M^^^ ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY JIM KOLP All Types Of Insurance 206 E. State V'"-/_^/"'" >/ Algona, Iowa NAVY vs. VILIANOVA e Anyone can enter except employees of this newspaper, and their families. This official entry blank must be used. • Judges of the contest are sports editor and writers of this paper. • All decisions gre find. Three weekly prises for those naming most winners. In case of tie entry with closest guess to »+e>+»e)»+»++»»»»»+»»e)»»»»e>+»»«»»+«> high score (two teams) of any slnglfc game listed is win•'• : ' Jt Check this week's games in boxes en thie. page. Pnf «ut «"4'' bring or mail this Monk en this page to the Upper Des Moines by noon, Saturday, or see that postmark Is before noon Saturday, if mailed. Winner announced following ' » + + + + »»»»e) + + e)e) + »»e) + e)e)O ••••• + •*' OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK Games For Saturday, September 24 — Total High Game) Score) Advertiser Mail or Bring This Blank To Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa Winner ^ Advertiser Winner 2 3 4 5 6 , 7 • • 10 .12. .13. .14. 15. .1*. I?. .IB. ,v>. NAME _ADDRESS • ••••••••••••!••»• ••••••••••••• • • • • • • • • i »• • t»• • • • • •

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