The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
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• \ >-Algorto (lo.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1960 Corwith-Wesley Classes Elect Officers For '60-'B1 Weste? — The 1960-1361 officers at the Corwith Wesley high school are: Seniors: president, Dwight Spangler, vice president. Diane Discher secretary, Joyce Paulson; trcasuter. Craig Dawson, student council members: Alan Jordan, Bob Anderson, Bill Wilhitc and Maxine Dornbicr. Sponso'rs are Mrs Funnemark and Mrs Carson. Juniors: president L e a n n o Long; vice president, John Garman; secretary, Mary Will: treasurer. Dal Wolter: student council members: Kenneth Te/hark. Mick Will. Diane Simpson, and Diane Newhrough. Sponsors: .Mi- Stewart and Miss v_arr. Sophomores: president, Paul FALL FIX-UP TIME Get your home ready now for winter... These foil weekends ore par* feet for getting your bouse ia shape before winter sets in. We have everything you need, including skilled contracting help and long term financing far major projects. See us first for every type of home,repair or improvement problem. With our reputation, you can be sure of complete satisfaction. NEW ROOFING AND SIDING STORM DOORS * WINDOWS PAINT HARDWARE INSULATION TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT Use our monthly budget plan KELLEY LUMBER CO , "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OTTOSEN - ALGONA OCTOBER SPECIAL Triple Spatula KITCHEN SET Regular 99t va/u» on/y Schefflefnan; vice president. Cynthia Long; secretary Ronald Puffer; treasurer, Roland Johnson. Student council, Ronald Root, Gene Oxley Corla E/arski and Vicky Ezarski. Sponsors arc Mr Spurdock and Mr Uhl. Freshmen: president, Carol Fish; vice-president, Jackie Shipman; secretary, £arol Redclel; treasurer. Mary Houston. Student council members: Lorraine Funnemark, Joyce Hawk. Walter and Mike Williams. Sponsors are Mr Walmsly and ;Mr P'eurerhelm. Hand: president. Judy Gourle.y: vu;e president, Mary Will, s< crelary-lreasurer. Gene Oxli'.v. Sponsor: Mr Feurcrhelm. Student council: president, Alan JorcUm; vice president. Diane Newbrough, seci'elai y. Maxine Dornbicr; treasurer. Boh Anderson. Sponsor: Mrs Fredin and Mrs Mullin. Concessions: Sponsors: Mr. 1 . Ruth Tjebbins. Library Board Meets The library board met Monday evening October 3 with Mrs Veva Lease, with every member present. They voted to observe? Childrens Book week in early November and to juvenile readers. Mrs Clara Erdman. treasurer, was authorized to buy a new series of books for teen-age shelves. Meetings will be held in homes instead of in the library rooms from now on. Mrs Clara Erdman is the next hostess. Home From Hospital Anna Flum \v;is brought home Thursday October G from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt where she had major surgery September 26. Mrs Bernard Spnngler is substitute teacher in grade 5 during her absence. Mothers Group Meets Christian Mothers held their regular meeting Wednesday evening October 5. The group attended the rosary, litany and benediction in the church at 8 o'clock before the meeting. Mary Bode announced that the annual Deanery convention will be held in Fort Dodge Friday October 14. They voted to collect wearable children's clothing lo be sent to a Little Sioux Indian Mission in South Dakota. All are asked to bring clothing lo the parish hall before November 1. The group voted to change the meeting nights from the first Wednesday of the month lo the first Tuesday of the month. - C.D.A. Activities C.D.A. members have been invited to attend a meeting of the, Mason City C.D.A.'s Tuusday evening October If!. So the Sister's shower is to be held Monday night October 17. A circle ot the St. Joseph "Guild will serve lunch. The. annual birthday party-o! the CDAs will be held Monday evening October 24 instead of Tuesday evening. A pot luck lunch will be served promptly at 7 o'clock. sen and family of Forest City were Sunday October 2 guests in the parental, Fred Rasmussen home. Mi and Mrs Emit Peterson and Mr and Mrs Fern Hultng of Britt were Sunday October 2 visitors in the Orville Smith home. Rev. Robert Jones and Charles. Nygaard attended a Methodist men's meeting in Algona Tuesday eveiling Oct. 4. Mi and Mrs J. T. Mcurer drove lo Ollie Io\ya Friday and on Saturday attended tiir funeral of a cousin Wendal Mallinger. Mr and Mrs Don PC Coy and Iheir 5 year old twin daughters. Pammy and Pally were guests in the Louis Maluiirow home in Yanklon. South Dakota over the October 0 weekend. The American Legion Auxiliary met Ortolnr i.i. Plans were made to serve lunch to the public mi election day, November 8. Myrtle Lease gave a lesson on "Constitution and by-laws". Lorraine Gnel/.'s name was drawn for Ihe cash door prize. Minnie Studer and Jo Meurer .sei ved lunch. Mr and Mrs All' Studer accompanied by Mrs Ernest Gerdes and son of Woden spenr two days recently with Ihe George Kelch family at Postvtlle, where the.y moved several months ago from Kanawha. • Mr and Mrs Will Loebig, Mr and Mrs Al Loebig, Mi 1 and Mrs Jack Lickteig and Mr and Mrs Lac! Root and Tommy, the latter of Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska attended the wedding of Bill Loebig. Jr. and Margie Schmit/. at, St. Boniface Catholic church nt Westphalia Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. Tommy Root was groomsman. The newly-weds are employed in Mercy hospital, Council B'luffs. Linda Steniel Of Burt Will Wed Oct. 30 REGISTER TICKETS arid carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Mrs Ella Stenzel of Burt has announeed the engagement and approaching marriage ot her daughter. Linda, shown here, and James P Edgington, West Bond, son of Eldon Edgington. The wedding will be held Sunday, Oct. 30, at 2 p.m. in the First Presbyterian church in Algona, (UDM Engraving) O. M. V. I, Fine A Graettinger farm hand John Fri., - Oct. 14 Johnny Ketelsen And His Cowboys Sat., - Oct. IS Saluting The Town of Garner Al Noyce & Orch. Sal., - Oct. 22 Jules Herman And The Debutants Sun., - Oct. 23 Big Tinny Little Jr. His 10 PC. Orchestra His Rangiime Band Featuring Tiny on Piano Paul Fabris', 50, entered a pica of guilty to a charge of OMVI in district court here Monday morning. He was fined $300 and costs by Judge G. W. Sltillman. Fnbris was arrested by Patrolman Bill Tordoff, at 12:45 p.m. Sunday three-fourths of a mile northwest of Bancroft.. He has been employed by a farmer near Armstrong. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Upp«t Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. RUPTURED? A Free Demonstration will be given by the Well-Known Expert H. L. Hoffmann in Algona — Hotel Algona, Thursday, Oct. 20 — 2 to 5 P.M. ;• If you cannot have or do not want surgery you may get immediate and permanent relief wearing a Hoffmann Shield, A newly developed vacuum pad holds appliance firmly in position. Over' 30 years of experience with tens of thousands of customers to prove it, Hoffmann can help you too. Work in comfort and safety. Please come early. Caution: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. Those having large ruptures which have returned after operation or injection are especially invited. HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 953 Plymouth Building Minneapolis 3, Minnesota New WINNER Swine Feed Produces More Rapid Gains For 'several years controlled feeding tests at leading agricultural colleges hove shown the effectiveness of a swine ration mado up of corn, soybean oil meal and high fortification of vitamins, minerals, antibiotics and other factors. Now, Winner steps out front with this up-to-date research in new WINNER 40% SWINE MIXING SUPPLEMENT. Users throughout Iowa have; hailed this new feed as a major improvement in swine feeding. More, rapid gains — better feeding efficiency are the important dollar reasons whyl Winner 40% Swine Mixing Supplement is made specifically for complete ration feeding — not free-choice. You'll want to know more about this revolutionary new feed — its ingredients, proof of its success. Stop in today for more information. CLOVER LEAF HATCHERY Division of Davenport Elevator Co. Algona, Iowa WINNER £) FEEDS HERE! THE GREATEST SIXTY-ONE CHEVROLET • 3 spatulas per set—bowl scraper, regular spatula, and but t!a ecraper, • White polyethylene blades with sturdy plastic handles it! assorted colors. •Sanitary, easy to clean, tasteless, odorless. 0tI your 9pmtul» Sit today nt your local OUR OWN HARDWARE LLEN HARDWARE Alyouu, luwu Music Mothers Meet Music Mothers met Tuesday evening, October 4 in the locai school building with the new officers in charge. They are Mrs Elmer Glawc, president; Mrs Paul Engcn, vice president; Mrs John Puffer, secretary, Mrs Garel Leek, treasurer. Mrs Charles Nygaard was chairman of the serving committee. There are now 101 members. At Centennial Program Mr and Mrs Harold Hemmingsen, who lived in Belmond before . coming lo Wesley returned there Sunday Ijo attend a centen- lal program in the Methodist church. . . Rents Hansdn Farm Joe Lappe who farms a 1','Vl fler fartn, once' o\\ nrtl by I hi late Bill Frhnml has rented tin- Mrs Johanna Hanseu farm .wjujiv Mi*s La'Wrenec llanaeh and SOP. .Stanley now' five: Mrs 1 ifanseii wi'Jl niovo to a Loeiiig apnrtmen' following their f:\rm sale December 8. ' Eugene llildnuni, son of Mi and Mrs John flildimin. who enlisted in the army. recently was sent to Camp Carson. Colorado and then to- Fort KUey, Kansas lor his basic trainm'g. Mrs' Florence Hanson and Stanley had! a;, tlu ir Sunday October ~ dinner guests: Mi 1 and Mrs Ray llarueri. Mr and Mrs Theron llansen, Gordon and Mei'lo CvtUlings. Mrs^ Josie Gouge accompanied Mr and Mrs Albert Lioktu-ia to Halbur Sunday uctobcr 2 where: they vtsi'ted relatives and attended a parish sausage dinner. Guests iu Mr..s Chloie Simp- sou .-, Home Monday evening. October M were Mrs James Lar- bon and Lorie, and Mrs Lenore Kewiet of Buffak) Center. Mi and Mrs Bianli-v Simnson and family were Sunday October 2 guests in the Kenneth Donovan home in Spirit Lake. Mr and Airs Roman \Vilhehm of Bancroft celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday October ()'. They had open house at their home UI.MI afternoon. Wilhclmis are former Wesley j esjdenis. Mrs Bertha Lloyd, Mrs Orville Smith and Mrs Stewan vvenl U/ Miirshalltown September 3 to attend a parly in the Jim Keuchen- I'ttuther huine. Mi 1 und ML* Kuiiiuh KU.JIIHIO- Here's the ear that reads you loud and clear—the new-size; yew-size ?61 Chev* rolet. We started out by trimming the outside size a bit (to give you extra inches of clearance for parking and maneuvering) but inside we left you a full measure of Chevy comfort. Door openings ara as much as 6 inches wider to give feet, knees; and elbows the undisputed right of way. And the new easy-chair seats are aa much as 14% higher—just right for seeing, just right for sitting. Once you've settled inside you'll hay* high and wide praises for Chevrolet's spacious new dimensions (in the Sport Coupes, for example, head room has been lipped as much as 2 inches, and there's more leg room, too—front and rear). Chevy's new trunk is something else that will please you hugely—what with its deep-well shape and bumper-level loading it holds things you've never been able to gel in a trunk before. Yet, generously endowed as this car is with spaciousness and clean-etched elegance, it holds steadfastly to all the thrifty; dependable virtues Chevrolet buyers have come to take for granted. Your dealer's the man to see for all the details. IMPALA 4-DOOR SPORT SEDAN-on« of fit* Impalas that bring you a new measure of eleganct from the most elegant Chevies of all. NOMAD 9-PASSENGER STATION WAGON. Ton have a choice of six Chevrolet wagons, each with • cave-sized cargo opening nearly 5 feet ocrou. BEL AIR 2-DOOR SEDAN, £*• * bring* yarn Bftfy fy fulur nmniit man front Ug room. , • . There's never been a trunk like it before! The floor's recessed more than half a foot and the loading height U ae much as Inches lower. INTRODUCING THE '61 CNEVV BISCAYNE6 the lowest priced full-sized Chevy tuitk big-car comfort at small-car prices! Chevy's new '61 Biscaynes — 6 or V8— give you a full measure of Chevrolet quality, roominess and proved performance — yet they're priced down with many can that give you a lot less! Now you can iuvs economy and comfort, tool See the new Chevrolet car*, Chevy Corvairsand the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer 9 * KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 South Hall CY 44*54

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