The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1960
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t^u^,if,.^ m ,^^^::^«^t,m, m:^.. ; _• r,' Showers Honor Mary Ann Berfe At St. Joe St. Jbft *- Mary Ann Berte WaS honored at a pre-nuptlal shower" Monday evening in St. SEE THE '61 Coming to your dealerfc Joseph's hall with relatives and iliends attending the courtesy. Assisting Mary Ann with her gifffe were her sisters Wrs P. C. Reetjng and Mrs ftarojd Dicker; and LaVonne Grimm, sister ot the groom-to-be. The evening was Sperit blaying' cards with Mrs Paul Erpeldlhg and Mrs Francis "firpel'dfhi receiving pri- &s" in 5ffo' 'arid Mrs ted Wagner and $Jrs 'iTra'hk Heding rpceiving pfizeij * In Bridge. Mrs Damian Ce'plgraff 'received the door prifee: 1 $ pre-nuptial shower was given' Mary ' Ann ' B'crte Thursday everting at 'the Si'las Grimm home' near' West Ben'd. Miss Ber- tej daughter 'of I#r' Hnd'wrs' Al- phori^'M'te of foty'Wir'W the pie* o'f $ejano Qrimrn,' soh W w anil wtw fofoffl' -° q{ - L , M ^ ammer, son of Mrs iFlbi-ence 'fta'mfner of 'Humboldt, formerly of S)!.' Joe is 'in' serious condition B St. Joseph's Mercy hospital ' in' "Fort Dodge ' following a car' accident Sept'. 16.' David was 'a member of the 1959 St. Josephs ' graduating clais hete after which he' attended Man- katb, Minn. Commercial College and was employed in Fort Dodge. . Rustler Units Met Rivefdale Rustlers 4-H club unit 1 held their meeting with election of officers for the coming year. Elected were: presi- dent, Ruth Ann Klein; vice pre-1 sident, Mary Alma O'Brien; see- treas., Bernadette Hilbert; librarian, feathleeu Beeson ana Paula 1 Thilgcs; musk, Connie | and Corrine Bormann; historian, 1 Charlene Thilges',' reporter, Kris- tihe Plalhe; photographer, Lehora Hilbert. Installation of officers will be held at <thiS -• October meeting. A s talk and skit Were ghfe'n Jby Paula Thilges, i&nbrai Hilbert, Connie Bormann and Kathleen Beeson. X' " ,* ;'V '"/.;'•''.;• '•''* Riverdale Rustle'rs Unit' 1V cast their votes for neW officer's. President, Sandy O tJrien;, vicc-pte- sidcnt, Georgia Thul; se^-treas.^ Rosalee IHgj hisiOrian,; Loisj Er-; pelding; reporter,- Maryi Sue Zel-' met; librarian Marion Kqjilha'as. These Officers wi';l 'conduct'; the 1960-61 busine'ss and wjll^be iri- stalled at the October meeting^ I Kathleen Plathe 'gave a'talk bn courtesy, tiunch was served "Because 1 They're Young" — "Blood 'And Steel", Thursday thru Saturday. "Because They're Young", 7:30 and 9:50. "Blood And Steel", 2:50. Both features shown Sat. Mat. starting at' 2:00. "Rat Race" — Sunday. 1:153:1-5-5:20-7:20-9:25; Monday thru Wed., 7:10-9:15. /Wove 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 HANGING-«EDE& With Each Ton Wayne Poultry Feed ROBINSON PRODUCE & FEED , CY 4-4206 DuWayne Klein Algona in ttie<otdet jfo&iyfc p \/Ji< V»»u **HV* -••w»»—« tf r • was ig'airi readied, ahd ,if "funds, were available, the, pro* - cess would be repeated.' '' ,4-Me*F£d&At''Savings aftd-ita' the girls' Wei attd girls' glee A .."__^_ \, : i&i^fe»5^ t fe;ii || m] *•••••••••*•••••••••••! 11 I! ' B,••»•••••••»••••»»••»•••»« .. J We're 21 Years Old \\\ "Old Enough To Vote!" This month marks the 21st anniversary of the opening of our station and bulk plant in Algona. And at this time, we would like to say "Thank You" to the many wonderful people that have mpde our stay here so enjoyable. If has been a pleasure serving you and we hope to continue to warrant your patronage during the years, ahepd. VOTE FOR OUR PLATFORM • "THE ONE THAT NEVER CHANGES" -|- Lower Everyday Gasoline Prices. -I Prompt Fuel Ojl pniJ G,as Delivery To f arrn And Home. + Top Quality Products With Courteous And Efficient Service. -;- Gold Bond or King Horn Stamps. cm CY 4-3749 Barbara Dremmel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hay^D?emmel of Burt, became 'the bride of Duahe C. Dittmer, son"o|;-,M^.^and Mrs A.M. Dittmer, also of Burt, irHa double ring cerem6ny*performed by Rev..H. A. Smidt in the Presbyterian church aF-Bun/Sept .3. A complete story of today s> issue of .the UDM in section three. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDlVf Ehgravipg). INVESTORS CORNER | by STAGEY R. HENDERSON ' .' • • .. •• •' .'' : '.' ;K\' . ' Many pepple think an* account with a Sayjifigs- and Lban Association is th~^ same as an account with a bank. This is not a correct presumption. The subject this week was picked because we.feel the public should know the difference .between the two types ql Insjitjjttions • •-••••-•'; Money deposited in a savings account with a bank makes you a .creditor. You are ;_loaning money to a bank,'fdr; which you may often receive interest. You are legally entitled to the return of your money plus interest prior to, and with preference over, any bank shareholder. }f you, did not get' back the full amount of you? money'*upon demand or within a certain number of days after demand, the bank Would .be. forced to clpse r Y'".,'•:••....-' :-'' ' The' Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation %p|ild then . Sjtep in and, because;x'o|' your -creditor status,- •pay^yoU; : 'the full v'ftisured amount 6f- ;: 3(otir savings up -to -- •'-'• *'- ^n taflnilM the as J Tg debldrM ?"in default" 4alteS" ov^v V * receiver -fof liquidation. This, period conceivably could be of long dura* tion and occur during a time' o|» generalH'inancjal. stress, v !• Whll U Tli'e Bis OifferSrice? . A' bthk muW keep a htr& ^or- tlon '6'f Its "deposits 'in cash and 'calhable governfnent bonds.' •"• *,A* hbrnfe loan organization invests nearly' all of its money in long-term real e*iate mortgages. These mortgages cannot be con- Averted into cash quickly in times of generkl financfal crisis. For this reason the association is "permitted by law to delay repaying Shareholders when funds are not readily ' available'. Both banks' and savings and loan associations are well-supei Vised institutions, Both are valuable assets to the community they serve: This ar- ificlfe does not intend to cast a "shadow over banks or savings 'and loan associations; it is written to illuminate you on the difference between the two. Miss Glqsnqpp Named Ringsted Band Queen Ringsted — Kay'Lou Glasnapp, daughter of Mrs Pearl Glasnapp, was chosen Wednesday as band queen at the band meeting of the Ringsted School students.- • ' Kay is a senior at - Ringsted high school and has been in band since she was in the third grade. She- plays a saxophone, and is also accompanist, for many musical groups. She is a membei\ of Savings and- Loan Associations You - beco\ne• - Sti ; investor, not a ; creditor, when yoii open an account with,a 'sayings, and loan association. In some-respects it is "the* same as buying'- Common stock in a corporation. .. • The association does not'pro- mise to repurchase your shares or, pay you dividends, • unless it has the financial ability to do so. bividends are paid but of 'earnings and cannot be guaranteed. If the association could not return your money upon demand .within 30 days,-the federal Savings and Loan-Insurance Cor- Iporation, unlike the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, would not immediately refund your insured money. A "take-your-turn" plan would be set up whereby v shareholders' requests would be filed and paid Coming to the Algonq Theatre Thursday thru Sat; drama or loaay s young peupic, i^u-amm,** TT.H. v>u*»i *•• M— ...-..bow are Michael Callan, Tuesday Weld end Victory Shaw. James Dun-en and Duane Eddy and the. Rebels are guest stars. ,. B VIKING OIL CO. E. B. CARISON, Mgr. SATURDAY Continuous 11 £. JV1. 'Til 2 P, M. (No Ticket^ jflty After 1:15) a BIG coigfj CARTOONS; lOc ADULTS UNBELIEVABLE Let Bronson Building Service Show You How To Put In An ALL WOOD CORN For Less Than 50c BUSHEL There is no substitute for wood when it comes to grain storage as far as moisture is concerned. CALL Or SEE BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE CY 4-4369 N 169 Senior Citizens Send bte dbligalidtf, ^bp'M vbuc hdw hospitaf and, -stirglcal;; plan, guaranteed renewable for life, fbr men and women >6Q f years dnd over. " - ' -. ' llame' i..—*———-------J^-'i r - "^ ' % " £. ' ' i Address'' .—..^t-.k—t.—u-Jfi Town —.».—'i--i.---i.—^*— . i PHbVJE CY 4-4529^ - 2 East State St., Algona ' -; Representing WOODMAN ACCIDENT . AND LIFE COMPANY A. J. (Arnie) HICKLEFS TFN Ehds Tonlte (Wed.)^'Portrait In Bteck" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY 2 NEW FEATURES - ADM. 75c - KIDDIES 25c Dick Clark says: ' . THISVIS YOUR STORY! Here are .your hopes and fears.'. .your dreams and drives. Because this Is a story about'real kids with real Joys and real prob-' lems. In other words', It's about you, today's teen-' agers, as you natty anl Columbia Pictures presents Michael CaHan Tuesday WeldandVictoria Shaw . «,„ Warren Berlingei"- Roberta Shore. SECOND EXCITING FEATURE THEY f OUGHT WITH BULLETS,AND BRAWN! 'Steel JOHN LUPTON • ZIVA RODANN' ' 4iWaB BRETT HALSEY Both Features Shown Sat. Matinee At 2:00 SUN. Thru WED. ALGONA .Continuous Sunday From 1 P.M. Debbie technicolor Pete, from \ 3 Milwaukee, too 1 .1 K f fiew in town J<now the ocfcfe-— Peggy, from • Tampa.., she ijp knows the score* |3f® M^mwm to knock, em dead- . and got caught, body and ..soul, In MiOFORp/DON RICKLE 5cr?«nj)!ay ^ CS/SOQ Kama • Based OB His Plaj < i rwwttl

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