The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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y OH, 25j fbf Au,„ ..Jskst old J! dhfl Mfs Leii ft, a Hospital itt ' at Biufkld Ceft- •, Oct. 7, with *>,,«»««..„ tff& services *Burt were, the patents S/Sgt. ana .•Mrs .Roy, her brother, Bruce, •grandmother, Mrs Florence Bagby and Mr .and Mrs Clifford Abbis, Mr and Mrs fid ASoas, Bode and Mrs Melvin Abbas, Algonu. .Honored At Shdwer. " fcdith Smith was honored at an open house miscellaneous shower aT the Presbyterian church Monday evening. ' Mrs Edmiind Larson had char- 61 tfe' gbe^t tfeek'. Mrs Dea-ri Andrews was in charge of fl short program which included several organ selections by Ruth Hodg* Son; two vocal numbers by Evelyn Mawdsley; ft t-oem by Barbara 'Dltthter; a reading by Karen Boykenj and Meditations by Mrs Smldt. Th6 bride-td-be was assisted in opening her many gifts by Karen Boyken, Margaret Moore and Barbara Dugan. Edith, Who is the daughter ot Mr and Mrs Henry Smith, .Burt, became the bride 6f Philip Veerman, Des Molnes, at'the Burt Presbyterian church Saturday, Oct. 15, Safety Demonstration A demdnstratioh on highway safety was given Tuesday after* noon. . The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, in cooperation with '(he Iowa Highway Patrol, state i conservation officer and the Burt Community High School very vividly demonstrated to the stu- deriis and faculty the distanfce necessary to stop a motor vehicle at various speeds. Peg Keith demonstrated oncfe ^Gan I really buy chicks with the sariie breeding as the ones that .. win official tests?" % /^ ^uiBAy^r^^^^^ ,, . 1 The Hy-Uneichlcks you boy thTs year win actually, have better'breeding than those that gave superior performance Inofficial'Random Sample Tests. In' official tests • ending in 1958 and 1959, Hy-Line 934 Series layers aVer- aged 55* more'income per bird than the average of the P • • next largesf-sellinglayers. And that!s income over feed an$cn!ck costs. By crossing highly ihbrdd lines,'Hy-Llne ' flerieiicists are able to .produce millions of birds of -prac- ? tlcally Identical breeding, • Make your next brood Hy-Line . chicks* CHICKS FROM YOUR LOCAL DALESMEN ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Feriton LYNDON kERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona " WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Burt FRANK SEELY, Ringsted JAMES MAYNE, Ledyard ALFRED HURLBURT, Elmore MAYNARD HURLBURT, Swea City WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - PHONE 4161 SAVE $3 per 100 pullets . . . ... by ordering Hy-Line chicks now, for either winter or spring delivery. ) 4 . For a glorious week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New jyLr e*in-* j**"**"* "* ~i —-» — Bonnie,, Marshalltowtt, v»i«u over* the weekefifj ^wltfe . MM Klaas' - parents, Mr ahd Hiram Ackerman and at the trude Adt'erman home. ,>, "; Ruby S^dnzel, Twfto has been employed in CaUf«3i'nfe;fbr, some time, is enjeyiiig-a,V6catloh f the hottie of Her tnotheff MfS filial Stenzel and other relatives, ' 'Mrs Harold Kiefnfers E. R. Woftz' visited With Mi's Bl E. Mlltefl - r— at the liUther'ah; Hospitalj '. Bruce Michriel, infafif^s'bh bt Mr ^nd'MrS Harold Riemers,iWas baptized fat the Lute6ran;,eh*urch Sunday attain hi* honor nfeipar- ents • entertained • his, spdrjsors, Mrs Anne'Reimbiri, Mr'andiMrs >David' Miller, f ahd,< Mr' altid' Mrs Bernard MiUef &y u«««f»'& t ,-• A/iC Led'afid.Mfs my'&^m men left- ^a^l ve I ltt /Mtt MiSs&uri, '»b«£ 1 J'^ 1 §J2Sfe^E fepktr fcaW%^^l|^ff SiJg Missduri {hi,HM vtiWa %fth her breth^naiaiail^. Abbas' 'at Bf viSit With heu, at ftlehtftbftd,, Rfly 'repoMI'tb •,«= ",w.. r - bor, Air Base Jiear .Kahsai S'Aii' »e «A fc'hri <!*&«* 8*i ' ,, . lefve with his' fawil? '.«: Bjfrl Mri |ldy a«d Bruce will rettfrfl *H ~. . ' -J-J* Mr aiid Mrs Ow^n" Hd^Mn family, Fredrleksburg, Weekend guests in the J, L.. ler hbffie. , > , Mf and.l^rjl Vern ftafdal farnfly, *i(6nka, were 1 g Sunday at -the Lawrence poege °lioger Steward, t a stu^ertt at ijpper Iowa University, Fayette "spent the'Weekend with his parx A » •pnr^^^^^^—— s , •*,••• Corigressman Merwin Goad, who grew up on a-farm, his touch with machinery.On : a toUr• of^ft^ r^ 0 /^ a turn around the field. ^ v: -._. • '£^....^. again that ' girls can beat, the boys in reaction time as her car traveled a 'distance.of 12' 8" after signal-before,she applied the brakes. This compared with 13 > 7 . for Jay Hoppus at the same speedj 20 miles per hour. Both t owever, were faster than the verage student is expected to e. ,... • - • Attend Game Members of the Burt foo.tball quad went to Minneapolis to ttend the Northwestern-Minneota football ! game Oct. 7. Those,making the trip were: Normal Carlson, Jay Hoppus, Joe McGuire, David Rasmussen, 3u Wayne Gebken, Dennis Meiser, Roger LavrfcnA Terry Cook Ray' ; Lichter, Richard Preslhus Duane Hinckley, Eugene Gardner, Bill Hamilton, Gerald Hilton, Jerry Kissner, Jerry Gifford Mike Woltz, Brian Zwiefel, Eugene Meister, Allah Schultz David Kohlhaas, and Roger Giddings. Coaches,Lewis,Fw h ™< Ray 'Ihnern ^Upt. ttarbld Martin Howard Batt and .Bruce Graham Blue Birds Mel • | ' The October meeting of. the Burt Blue Birds was held at the home <, t)f -Cheryl J_ovstad Saturday. Record books for the, new; club year 1 Were -handed ouj and discussed. Plans were also|madc .for the annual award night:'; ARj; pointed to serve on committee tc plan the entertainment /wert Cheryl Lovstad, Rosemary JUlses, Rose Ella' Kahler, and Jo Anrr Ackerman. The'club also decided o begins all future meetings Dromptly "at 1:30 .p.m. Mrs, Raymond Lpystad,:qutgoing assistant eader was presented a beautiful arewell gift. Mrs Dale Lockwood was welcomed as the new assis- ant to leader Mrs Wallace. Hawcott. birth. Friends here were sorry, to earn that Mrs Li-vvis is in ' condition in a Westside pH;r, . .<«*.». ',,"• <| i'«.- • ,' Graveside Rites Graveside rites were- held at Atgona on Monday afternoon for he infant daughter of Bob and Doris Lewis, former Burt residents. The little Miss died at Mr and Mrs Jerry Wiener were hosts to guests 6ri Sunday.. Gaqsts n their home w«ie Mr and Mrs Vern Batt, Mr and Mrs Kenny Batt and Danny,., of , Esjheryille, Mr and Mrs William. CMmBecs, Newton, S/Sgt.' ahd MrS Gordbn Wegener, Kristi, arid Brian', who left October 15 for Achbrage, Alaska.. • ' . - .' .. ; ^ v i, Several from Purl aiiehded|ne marriage of P^uy P-^rsdn ; intl Kenneth Krause 'at Whittemore Saturday. ' •Mr and Mrs' 6. II.. McMullen attended the open house dedication of the new "ocho'ol addition at 'Lakota 'Sunday. Their son, Jerry, is a •member of the Lakota school faculty.^ . Joseph Cunningham and Dennis Wolfe'; spent -three : days this week -in Des lyioines where they took their physicals prjor to entering, military Ln.-rvice" . • 1 'Eugene Gardner'; 'son of Mr ana Mrs Ronald Gardner received n painful gash in h^ leg when spiked during football practice s on Wednesday.' He was taken tc. an Algona'. doctor where four sfitches« were taken- to close • the wound. -. •.. ' •. •'* ;..( \ Mr and Mrs Wilnam Holmseth, Mr and rMrs Dale Lockwood; Mrs Xfiola' .McDonald apd. Franqs! a}.- tend'ed "Music'Man" at Def.JVTdi- nes Saturday. '.". " - : ' ! '., Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyer and sons attended the Lutheran Houi Rally Sunday afternoon at ^ the Spencer field house. ' ' 3 • - S/Sgt and Mrs Leo Roy anc Bruce, Mrs^ Florence Bagby and Gary Abbas, spent the past weekend with Mr and Mrs Mike Srnidt arid familyV Huron, ^So. Dakota Eighteen members of the U. P W. attended the annual Fal Presbyterian held on Wednesday at Goldfield. 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