The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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Burt Homecoming Queens Burt — Homecoming' octivities are being planned at the Hurt Community School''Oct. 25. The local football squad will battle Sentral on the local field, with the crowning of the Homecoming. Queen at halftime. .'.•• ' , „,. .-.. • Queen candidates chosen by their classmates are left to.fight, front row, Peg Keith, senior, and Patricia Long, junior, and back row, Mary McFarland, sophomore, and Jo Ann Ackerman, fresh man. (Mrs Al Hinckley Photo — UDM Engraving).. -• r. ' o—Algona (la.) Upper Oe* JVtolnei Tuesday, Oct. 25, 1960 Sorority Meetings The X1-X1 Exemplar, r.qcentyy heldja rush'coffle .'a"t the home of 'Helen Haas, >hostess.*Attending were Mary Faulslick and" June; Nelson, Zeta 'Zi; Jan Anderson, Jean Haas,| Wilma Pickett, Shirley Schenck, Alpha Psi; Irma Dee .Gook^ '-Joan Diamond, Nor ma Johnson,' LaVonne Pittman,, Pat Voyles'from X1-X1; and Ardeeri Sampson. ' :' ' X1-X1 Exemplar Chapter hiet at the horn? of LaVonne Peu, co- hostess Barbara. Haggard. '.; > Surprise Parly • . ( , j . \ K . Mrs Wade Sullivan was gi,ven a family surprise Thursday eVen- ing when Mr and Mrs Tho|nai Kelly, John -Kelly • and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Knudson, Emmetsburg, came to. observe her birthday which is Oct. 21. , ~ •••>•• Honor Mother Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzel] w r ent to Redf ield' bunday to attend 'a family dinner given for the mother, Mrs Daisy Hutzell of Adel whose 85th birthday was being observed. KENT'S A-l USED CARS 1960 FORD FALCON, 2 door Only 8,000 Miles. 1959 CHEVROLET Impcila 4 Dr 1959 PLYMOUTH, Savoy 2 Dr. 1956 FORD, Fairlane, 4 Dr. 1953 MERCURY, 2 Dr. 1950 DODGE, 4 Dr. 1949 INTERNATIONAL. 2 Ton Truck. GUARANTEE WARRANTY FOR 1 FULL YEAR On Above Cars EASY TERMS - LOW RATES Twins Honored/ Mrs Julia,Tajflof gaVe a 'party Thursday afternoon' in celebra- ion of-the birthdays of the! tVvin granddaughters, -Barbara a n'd 5everly, j'whose second birthdays were being ' observed.) Gues'ts were the mother Mrs Ralph Tayor, >the' 'maternal •'• grandmother, Mrs Martha' :Schutter, >Titonka, VIrs Maynard-Stephenson, Mrs Harry Schutter, ' Titohka, Mrs Claudes Dearchs, Mrs Cecil Mc- Ginriis and Mrs A'* 1 . HofiUs. ;' r - Wed 35iYears' . • • . ' ; i •Mr and. 'Mrsj Chris Wdllukait observed their thirty-fifth 1 wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. H and; were guests £t dinner at <For' Dodge; iln"attendance were!,th'ei: son and daughter-in-law Mr'arit Mrs Duane : WallukaitJ 'Janfi 'am Julie, of Fort Dodge, th'ein son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mn Herbert Weydert-, Kristie ane Kflthy, ; and their niece 0 arid husband, Mr and Mrs-Lyle. Ellis ami Debbie Sue; Des Moines:'' Plan Informal Dinner Dance : Knights, of Columbus! r 4th:De- gree are 'planning'• ah • iriforriia: dinner and dah'ce'at 'the .local K. C. Hall,: starting at 6:30 p'.rh All members, including 'third de gree, have been invited -to" attend The committee in charge includes Lawrence Win'kel, Gene Hood Joe Bradley, WaU Bradley, Ho ward L. Miller, and Mrs Frances Holtzbauer will be, in' charge of the dinner. 1 MOTOR CO, Algona, la. CY 4-350 MV1LE mfeft's , ' * * shirt and drawers Warmth without bulk to Jceep you • comfortable indoors or out. Long-sleeye" shirts, ankle-lenqth .drawers -with ;full elastic'waist. 100% cotton.'Sizes small: to extra large. " I • I ; ,' '/ THEY. GO! William Moore Rites At Swea City Saturday Funeral services for William Woore, 91, longtime resident of Swea City, were held Saturday at'.'l p.m. in'the Barnes Funeral Some at Swea <^ity with Rev, LeRoy. Carter of the Baptist church officiating'." . , 'Mr Moore died, Wednesday, Oct. 19, at Holy Family - hospital, Sstherville. He had been a pa- ;ient; there : since the preceding , Thursday. He became, ill that day ' on Swea City's-main street and was: rushed to Estherville by ambulance.- Mr Moore Was born Sept. 1, 1869. at Chicago and came to Swea City as a young man. In early days, he was a jockey at Dakota, then prior to retirement served as a land agent. During recent years, he had befen a truck gardener at Swea City. He had lived alone since the death of his Wife. ' . , Survivors include a daughter living "at Chicago. I Intoxication College Honor • ' Mollie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan has been chosen as pan-Helenic representative for the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Mollie attends Miami university at. Oxford, Ohio. The Delphian society met last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Don Smith, Sr. Mrs Chester Schoby gave a talk, comparing the books of years ago with the present literature. Mrs Marie Kunz and Mrs R. K. Richardson gave a bridge benefit Friday following a dessert luncheon. ' Four tables were in play. Minor Mishap * A minor two-car auto mishap, involving cars driven by Vera R. Voss, 21, LuVerne, and Chester L. Webb, 52, Algona, was investigated by Policeman Dick Groen here at 11:25 a.m. Sunday. The mishap occured near the intersection of Chubb and South Phillips streets when the LuVerne driver stopped before turning west. Both vehicles were headed north at the time. The Webb vehicle collided with the rear of the other machine, with damage estimated at $50 to each auto. No charges were filed and there were no personal injuries reported. Against 4 Here Fpur men were fined or sen- tenced'to jail terms in Mayor C. C. 'Shierk's court thi? .week following hearings on charge's of intoxication. Milton Radcliff, Hudson, was fined $25 (15 suspended), Donald Ward,' Fort Dodge, $25, Jerry Webb, Algona, 10 days, and Rudolph Heitner, Fort Dodge, 10 days (suspended, intoxication.) Other cases heard by the mayor included Glen Smith, Burt, $11, improper passing, Lawrence Grandgenett, Wesley, $10 speeding, Philip Herun, Wallingford, $11, speeding, Tony Besch, West Bend, $5, failing to dim headlights, Lawrence Wagner, Mallard, $25 ($10 suspended), drinking on the highway, Jolen Dahl- h;uiser, Algona, $25 ($15 suspended), no operator's license, Richard Harmon, Algona, $5, illegal mufflers, Harry Harris, Algona, $6, no driver's license, Robert Sigsbee, Algona, $10, assembled gun in car, and Glendon Bains, Fort Dodge. $5, truck overload. Costs were also assessed. K & H Oil Meet . Wesley — The 30th annual meeting of the K & H Coop Oil Company was held in the public school auditorium Tuesday evening, October .25. MINNESOTA PHEASANT HUNTERS AND HALLOWEEN DANCE SAT V OCT. 29, - DRESS CRAZY - HAVE FUN HANDS' PARK Chuck Wagon - All You Can Eat For A Buck And A Half. Serving From 6 To 11 P.M. — Every Nite gut Monday. HANDS' PARK Smorgasbord Every Sunday RE ELECT CONGRESS Republican Statement: Ttte D«raocrau "vote against economy." "Coad'i record itiowa that he tUM no fiscal responol blllty." The Truth: Tb* official record* prove that from 1955 through I960 CpnrreaB bad a Demoprattc majority. OurlDf these years the Democratic Congress cut the RepubllcM budget I.I billion. Despite tblt reduction In expenditure* the Republican Ad. ministration overspent tha bud. get »21,«ZJ,83!,06X.ZJ from June |0. 1951 to June 14, 1910 thus adding that amount to the public debt. la bis (our years In toe United State* House of Representa live*. Menrln Coad ha* voted to cut the Republican budge request* |7.7 bUllom. YOTi DEMOCRATIC Women's SPORT SHOES. originally UP to 4.99 $ 3 r , aj Slip-cn* ' Booties Oxfords rTies *» A great selection of the most popular classic etoe styles and tibe newest novelty styles. 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