The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1960
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• v. • ' (* i- L, witlthe as the ottes that , win The Hy-Lfhe chicks y«U bay ffite yW win tttiMtfly "ttitttf bfeedlrid than those that gave superior performance In official Random Sample Jests., In official tests eWlng In 1SS8 and 1959, ,Hy-Llne 934 Series layers averaged 65* wore Income per bird than the average of the 9 next largest-selling layers., And that's Income over feed arid chick costs. Py crossing highly inbred lines, Hy-Llne geneticists are able* to produce millions of birds of practically Identical breeding. Make your next brood Hy-Une chicks. ' • CHICKS FROM YOUR LOCAL SALESMEN ROBrNSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROV SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON ;STEySiSy> Algeria WALT Eft VAUiH, Whittemore ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend , BURt PR6dUCE, Burt FRANK SEELY, Ringsted JAMES MAYNE, Ledyard ALFRED HURLBURT, Elmore MAYNARD HURLBURT, Swea City WHITf EMORE HATGHERY - PHONE 4161 SAVE $3 per 100 puHets . . . by ordering Hy-Line chicks nou>, for either winter or spring delivery. (la.) R.Wallentine Of Lakota Is Recent Bride > Lakofa -* Stjth Waifentine", daughter of tft^TH^ed6re Walj Ife'htines of MKdta.'aifd Donald ifennema of. J(flJmea*pmis, son 81 lite William Fennemas of Led- y'ard, were united in marriage Aug. 27 at 3 p.m. in St. Paul's L&thern • church, Lakota. Rev. La Verne Meinecke per- farmed the double ring cere- riiony. Shudla Hertzke was the organist and Virgil and Ann Wal- 16fitine sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father,, \vore a ballerina length white organdy gown Which was trimmed rfnd .embrol* ddred with bridei lice. Her ;lin? gertip veil was held/In place fe^, a .crown of sequiiisV She caffi'ed a white orchid ori a white and wore pearl earrings, gifft df the groom. '•;-'' Sandra Fennema was maid Of- /ionor. bridesmaid^ -were Ruth Ploeger and Phillis Wallentlrie. Attending the groom were father of the groom as best man, Jerry Loynachan and James Larson "Was junior groomsman. Ushers were' Bill Wallentihl and Bob Fennema. A reception was held in ttie parish hall after the wedding for 2i50 guests. Dorothy Dahl had charge of the guest book, Mrs Orville Runksmeier served punch and Mrs William Weimer poured coffee. Mrs Harold Wallentine and Mrs George Walleri- tihe ciit the wedding cake. Waitress were Carmen and Carly Larson, Jane Wallentihe, Sherry Klinksiek, Jane Egesdal, Paula Nitz and Janice Edwards. They will be at home in Minneapolis where- both are employed. Off To College ^ Many graduates of Lakota high school have enrolled in colleges this fall. • David Ley, Roger Brack and Don Cook left Wednesday for Buena Vista College at Storm Lake; Phillip Scnroeder, Daryl Christ and Marlyn Sachs, Wartburg; Richard Lewis, Parsons College at Fairfield; Dennis Christ, Luther College, Decor; Karen Price, Mankato Comm< cial College; ' Linda Spear is attending a business college at Waterloo; Yvonne Tjaden, nurses' training at Mercy hospital, Des Moines; Robert Sheldahl,-Iowa State University at Ames; Allen and Rich- Luther League The Luther League, of St. Presldertt, Vice president, $Mf Q Secretary", fcobdM Ad,, Urer, Arftdld Sa*6% Patty* ... ied devdiiWiS JM Llrra* gave the topid. 6f the (ttf The Leaguers will have an In-, vltlotfal Btfwliifg 'party , Sept. 26; LtfricK W8S serVed. follgwfftg the eVefllhg of garriiif by Vlrtil Wai- lentlnev Lttda, Itoger', Sfld Virgil NHsi aftd ^atty 1 MayM fa'ftls tri *4arcB All. 1962 graduates of Lakotd Jilgft scliodl wftcf wish {p entet {He i&df^2 % Natfefiat Merit SchdN lai'ipS cbinpetltioli sH6u!d rfe-i gister now at the school office, Mr Helvick, p'f incipal< •&riftoun6'etl today, the National Merit Sch* larship qualifying test Mil . Be given at 9 a.m. IflarcH 7, 1961. Band Mothers Met" ' •„ There was a ^ood turn out for 'tHe iirst meeting of the season ttir the Lakota Band Mothers Monday night. The president. Mrs Robert Addy, appointed the following committees: Ways and means — Mrs V. A. Barrett, Mrs Idah Rippentrop, Mrs I. G. Groff, mrs Georg? Eri* nfeh and Mrs Nick Thomson; program — Mrs John CoOk. Mrs Walter Christ, and. Mrs Albert E. Sleper; publicity -^ Mrs V. A. Barrett. Hostesses were Mrs Bobert Addy and Mrs V. A. Barrett and Mrs Idah Rippemrop.- ,; ' > * Five women's teams arid four men teams from Lakota entered bowling competition the past week. Seven of the teams are competing at Buffalo LaneS in Buffala Center while two of the men's teams are going to Titoh- ka. ' , ' Lincoln Township. Homemaki ers will meet 1-rtday afternoon at 2 : p.m. with Mrs Otto Hfertike. AH Ladies of the township are invited. , " ; . ';., ^ » Rev: L. R. Memick'e' assisfed'in the ordination to the holy ministry of candidate Harris G, Sonnenberg at . Immanuel Luthern church Sunday. Dr. William Streng of Wartbure Seminary of Dubuque delivered the sermori and presented the candidate. •ahs The Lakota Garden Club met ept. 13 in the home of the Vera and Viola Huettner. The' Joca! club has been invited to attend the Sixth District Annual Meeting of the Federated Garden Clubs of Iowa. Hostesses will be Palo Alto Garden Club. - Mrs Jacob Peterson Sr. read an ar- i CHEVY TRUCKS WITH WORK-PROVED INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION! Chevy's '61 fleet swings in with a readymade reputation as the trucks thai ar» worth more because they work more . . . the latest editions of the haulers that scrapped the I-beam axle and proved the important advantages of independent front suspension! You'll find aev models lor '61-lonp. wheelbaae 4-wheel drive nniU— and thoughtful refinements throughout the line. But the big news for '61 is nailed* down proof (based do owner reports) that Chevy's torsioa-aprmg dedgn is the beet thing that 's happened to tnidcs in decades} With Cbevy'« independeet front suspension and Stufdi-Bilt design, you cruiso over trails where other tracks creep. You feel the difference in leas wheel fight and vibration. You ota we whj drivers are happier, why loads are better protected ibid way th* tradi* itaetf wiU stand up to thousands of mile* of more work. That goes for any sub Cbev, too— pickups, tilt cabs, tandems, all w Cheek the Iswstspeef with yotirCfee*. rotet dealer: capacity, power teams, opooBs.- Thea, by afi meajasv drive a '6L. oWe aroond the Uoek an} you'll never b« with a fnu tjtto truck WORTH MORE BECAUSE THEY WOW MORE! SEE THE GREATEST SHOW ON WORTH AT YOUIJ UXAJL AirTHORiggQ CHEVROtET pE KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY AHrt cott chased-- Inff wjn v flpfew ; « gift shop. Mrs fills^&r th- has sold hef house ttf Regfcf -Meyfeh ,' J Mr att&Jffs William der ter a seeing-, Visited and Wad Wh Seelrff, Vlrgi! land, WfWaSMngtoni' KTBr'At Rockville, Maryland they visited their daughter Dorothy and fSfflify, the fn88,%-ftmarts. On {fie 5 ftay.hofet^tMf Stopped for a^fgral -days" ffthjtfielr daughter Margaret aM' fa^iiflf, the Al Stbtfl at C?^r ftapids and with th'tit 1 daugh'tliP tola' -flnd family, {Be ft & ScHffifat'* ft{ fet. Ansgar. ; lit lames ffliVfea recently the Lakota ' girll' Softball team won iwo arid lost'Wb. Sentfal girls defeated Lakota 6. to 6 and Friday,, afternoon the Ledyarfl ou Know! The dhsw'er trf eferyday insurafic'e problems* By It;'Si BoWdhnon .. |A> . -' JMT QUESTI9N: Whal kind of insurance if any would pay for damage to a home from ice or snow? ' "• , ANSWER: Several forms of insurance pay for such damage, the newest and a popular form being the All Physical Loss endorsement to fire insurance coverage. Ice and snow damage is usually written with a fifty dollar deductible .clause. : , • J. .. * if youll address your insurance questions, to this office, we'll try to give you ilia correct answers and there will be no charg* or obligation of any kind. ' L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 w<m, 21 to' id.-Moridasrof this week Lakota.Wdn from fltonka, 1?-!J ana Tu&day night evefted th^. earlier; defeat by Ledyard by nWrtniiig, 14 to 5, at Ledyard. Mrs • Mary • Zoller returned Monday night to ner home after a tW6 month's visit to the west coalft«\SBt*|isited her son and '' afld Mrs Conald 2olfer at Seattle, Wash.'and ac^ companied them lo OaWaAA, Calif, to visit a daughter of Don- 'aid'2oller's. > _^^ The first, successful sea voyage by steam boat was made by John Stevens! Phoenix -in- 809. 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