The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 9
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Miss Keith To Be Band Queen Of Burt Group Burl — Margnret Keith ,has been chosen by the members of the High School Bnnd to represent them at the Northwest Iowa Band Festival to be held at Es- IhcrviMo on Saturday, Oct. 15. Margaret is a senior and has been a member of the band for 6 years, serving HS its secretary. Has been n class officer two years, a member of the H. S. Chorus, Girls Glee Club and Better living starts with Girls quartet, is editor of the School paper, and serves on the Student Council and Annual Staff. Margaret is" also vice president of the county. F.F.A. Margaret also is very active in her church activities and hns been an active member of the 4-H for seven years. . Margaret .is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Keith. Hear Air Force Band A bus load of Band Students and their director William Holmseth went to Spencer on 11*114* etftr nprirt if (Ms nhtlrjfln nlliUi tor IrMii|. SM K n mill fw yew frac cm. "Daddy gets more milk and beef with our Johnson Stock Tank Heater." "Our cows sure have good warm water to drink and daddy snya he no longer has to chip ice like he did in the old days." That's right son, tests prove that stock drink more water...gain 10% more beef ...produce 10% more milk...require 10% less feed ... when their drinking water is kept at 48° by a Johnson Stock Tank Heater. Get the full story from your Thermogas man. Check the*• Johnson Stock Tank Features* • M| MMulic-tieM it and forget it. • EcMMitif It^It-transfers heat to water witk maximum efficiency. AbsiliMj sih-100% safety controls. • 1*1 Mt-6uilt for years of trouble-free op«raftnt • Clm-no water contamination by fuel or paint £ASY TERMS AS LOW AS $7.50 PER MONTH THERMOGAS CO. ALGONA, IOWA PHONE CY 4-2841 Wfif nnl? Buy » bulk lank under our tutl tale agreement and enjoy Meteretf Thermogas service. Gal.... $6.G6 per monlh 500 Gil.... $3.77 per month CITIES SERVICE Tucsdoy, Oct. .11, 1960 Algono (la.) Upper DM Moln*»-3 Monday whore they attended a concert by the United States Air Force Band. One student from each visiting school was chosen to piny several selections with the noted band. Francis McDonald was the student from Burt. Auxiliary Meets Legion Auxiliary members held their October meeting Tuesday. Plans were made to again sponsor a girl to Girls State next summer. The group also voted to send 24 dozen cookies to the hospital for Retarded Children at Woodward. Mrs Merle Schwietcrt will be hostess to the Serving meeting on Oct. 12. Mrs Robert Collett, Denver, Colo, was a guest. Hostesses for Tuesdays mpt-ting were Mer- dames O. H. Graham, Fred Howard and Charles opry. Form Future Teachers The members «/ the County Future Teachers Association met Oct. 3. with 25 members and 6 teachers present. The group voted to hold their next meeting at the Swea City School at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 17. The District meeting will be held at Mer- servey on Oct. 29. Home From Ozarks Mr and Mrs F. C. Soderburg returned last week, from a vacation trip that took them through the Ozarks. "The Shepherd of The Hills" country, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, through Rogers, Fayettervillc, Ark. and through eastern Oklahoma tyhere they visited the oil refineries and other points of interest. From there they drove through Kansas and southeastern Nebraska and on through Iowa. Leaves For Florida Marion Chipman who spent thc- summer with relatives and SHOW ON WORTH! NEW '61 CHEVY CORVAIR More space ... more spunk and wagons, too! The newest car in America: the CORVAIR 700 LAKEWOOD 4-DOOR STATION WAGON. CORVAIR 700 CLUB COUPE. Like all coupes and sedans, it has a longer range fuel tank. Here's the new Chevy Corvalr for ?61 with a complete line of complete thrift cart. To start with; every Corvair has a budget- pleasing price tag. And Corvair goes on from there to save you even more. With extra miles per. gallon ; ... i quicker-thtn- ever cold-start warmup so you start saving sooner ... a new • extra-cost optional heater that warms everyone evenly. Riding along with this extra economy: more room inside for you, more room up front for your luggage (sedans and coupes have almost 12% more usable trunk space). And our new wagons? You'll love them— think they're the greatest thing fo* families since houses. The Lakewood Station Wagon does a man-sized job with cargo, up to 68 cubic feet of it. The Greenbrier Sports Wagon you're going to have to see—it gives you up to 175.5 cubic feet of space for you and your things. Corvair's whole thrifty lineup gets its pep from a spunkier 145-cu.-in. air-cooled rear engine. Same rear-engine traction, same smooth 4-wheel independent-suspension ride. See the polished and refined 1961 Corvair first chanco you get at yout Chevrolet dealer's. —a friends in Burt and Algona left Thursday for Ponta Gorda, Florida where he win again spend the winter months. Enroutc to Florida, Marion plans to call on friends in Illinois and all along the route. Mr and Mrs Frank Tellier, spent several days at the home of Mrs Tellicr's Brother and family. The Roger Wolcotts, Pe- qout Lakes, Minn. Mr Wolcott recently suffered a heart attack. Eugene Steward and Miss Wilma of Ames spent the weekend at the Walter Steward home. Mr and Mrs Walter Sorenson spent several days last week in Iowa City where each had checkups at the hospital there. Mr and Mrs Verio Holmes and Mrs Jasficld Marker, Emmetsburg were Tuesday evening visitors at the F. L. Collier home. The annual Magazine Campaign by the High School Students began Monday. Team captains arc Dwayne Gebkcn. Keith Mitchell. Richard Preslhus. Jane Mitchell for the High School and Donna Schrader, Eugene Meister. and Duane Peters lor the Junior Hi teams. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doege and Mrs Corn Slow were Sunday guests at the Cecil Godfredson home in Swea City, where they joined other relatives in observing the 22nd wedding anniversary of Mr and Mi= f. E. Stow Humboldt and the 15th birthday anniversary of Knsti Stow. Mr and Mrs Mcrvin Johnson and family, Swea City. Mr and Mrs Ervin Ulses and Mr and Mrs Clarence Vaske, Bancroft visited the Ulses' son Gene and attended the Or.«House at Trinity College in Sioux City on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs Robert Collett and The members of the A & B. Club met for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs E C Schwietert on Monday. The birthday anniversary of Mrs Schwietert was observed. Mr and Mrs Dclbert Hunt, Cedar Falls visiteu Monday and Tuesday at the Roy Clark home. Mr Clark and Mrs Hunt are brother and sister. The members of the B. C. L. W. Club met for a Morning Coffee at the home of Charlotte Habe- gar on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Jack Thompson, Fayette, Iowa visited over the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs J. R. Thompson and Mr and Mrs Edmuna Larson. Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews John Miller and Mennett Trunk- hill attended Friendship Night held by the Clover Leaf Chapter O.E.S. at West Bend'on Monday evening. Mrs Ancrews served as a Guest Officer. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Spare tire is in the rear in coupes and sedans—leaving more luggage space up front. CORVAIR 705 4-DOOR SEDAN. Provisions Jbr AM* ing duct*** built right into iu Body by Fishtr. Even middle-seat passengers sit pretty) thanks to Corvair's practically flat Now in production—th« GREENBRIER SPORTS WAGON with up to twice as much room at ordinary wagons (third Optional at txtm out). See the new Chevrolet ear*, Chevy Contain and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrokt dealer*i 100 Sooth Hall KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY Algona, Iowa ' >*a-.Mw cost; stow AS Advertised in farm and Home Section BRONSON BLDG. SERVICE N. Hwy. 169 Algona CY 4-4369 what a team ...clears 20 acres a day That*s really making hayl You can do it, too, with easy-running, power-saving Chop-All... and Gehl'i new PTO Forage Wagon. This rugged haymaking equipment can save you ee much aa $1000 over competitive makes. Farmers who have watched the Gehl Hay Pick-Up work fay they can't buy bigger capacity—but best of all, the Gehl is so easy to oper- ete. Come in end see this __ Gehl team... see why more I «eM'« fewer price . farmers own Gehl than eny I^^wmM.:^^^^^^.:.:.:,^:::^:™ ether independent makel BRADLEY BROS GEHL Toucan'fbeof CV 4-3554 W! EXPAND'ABLE, ALL-STEEL CORN CRIB CONVERTS TO SMALL GRAIN STORAGE, TOO FOR THE 1000 BUSHEL KEYFRAME CORN CRI B SHOWN; 8-ft. WIDE, 24-ft. LONG, 12-ft. HIGH If you buy the Keyframe materials and do it all yourself PRICES ON Request If we pour the foundation and you buy and build the rest PRICES ON Request If you're" too busy to bother with the building . .. Completely built PRICES ON Request See what the new Keyframe Corn Crib looks like at our yard. The great thing about it is, you can get one in any size you need. Just tell us how much corn (or grain) you want to store, and we'll figure out the size and price for you. If you want to do all or part of the work yourself, you'll find Keyframe is easy to work with. It's galvanized steel with a special pattern of holes that permits fast, easy construction and adjusta- bility. You just cut it to length (we'll lend you a cutter) and bolt it together. If you want to convert the Keyframe Corn Crib to small grain storage, you simply add a few Keyframe reinforcements and line with hardware cloth or plywood. If you want to make it bigger, ifs easy to build onto it. — • See the new Keyframe corn crib at our yard, soon, Burt Co-operative Elev. Co tURT, IOWA

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