The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1960 · Page 10
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2-Alg6no (la.) Pb« Mtflrtli 1, Jim Potter oJ some giant turnips in his grandmother's garden recent ly. The largest one weighed Mtir^p the smaller, three pounds MrsWorbyls Ottosen Club's clufa rtet Tliursda>;afterno0fl at f esHoftte bi> Mrs LteRoy Wbrby, j|nK>|nenll3ers answered' roll can. " , , Mrs Worby was e'leeled club woman fof the year. Mrs Harold Mbufitain gave a book review a'h'd Mrs ferity Watriem had recreation. Guests were Mrs Alice Mountain of California and Mrs ffllet ntst! -With Mrs Oliver Lee Nov. 22. he, American Lutheran \ ftiet Tuesday- «tb |lv\ the church, a fall house-cleaning Thirteen ladies .worked most 01 the da"y a'fid ehjdyed a p8t luck dinner at noon. .Attending'the Huhibdiat Couh- ty Auxiliary, meeting Tuesday afternton at RcHwick'weie Mrs Mike 'Coyfe 'Mr*' LeRtfy, Wdrtiy and Mi* Richard Kins6th. •' Mis Jtinseth gave the respdrisc and the unit report. Mrs Albert Thorscn, Naorrii Slruthers dtid Mrs Dbttdld Usher Visited Mrs/ Roy* Telford Wednesday .evening. Mrs 1 Vibia Thompson ' of fiode accompanied Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards* W Hiimbbldt WedneS 1 day evtifiirtg where they heard that now gives you SUPER FLOOR HEAT > see it now! Burt Hardware Biirf, loWd V O T I FOR "WHlTEY" .J.WHfT : klitaan .Church. Oliver son and Mrs Clara Solberg attended. . , ,Mr and Mrs Archie -Lfik6 lilted at of. his sister, Mrs Edward nel Wednesday, Mr and Mrs 1 Charles drove to Junction L Cit Oct. 27 to Visit over y, Kbngl the.we'& REPUBLICAN Candidate ' COUNTY SUPERVISOR - from the |;: 1st DlSTRfCT! 15'YEARS OR HIGHWAt MA A^CE AND c TiON! ; Your Vote .Will i;, Be. Appreciated i; I ; U'-!'-, •'•:>• I .Mr ' *ii*r.. ' I ^SVib* mi | *\J y JOIIf W V %-i . Vtl end at .the home bLiff Uncle, Mr and Mrs Jess $iwaura Mr and Mrs Sim Leigh rece ved word this week' ofy the death of their, brother-in-iaw, Jonh Iray at Winnebago, Minn. •' i M?; and Mrs Earl L'qs's afe "patents of a baby girl borll (bet. JV at St. Ann hospital. r . ' '' f5 '' Mrs Mary, Dole 'visitecl Friday it the/home qf hei? daughter' Wrs Clarence Green at Bancroft. Everett St. John began working this work for the Mor-Gfb- Co. employed as driver of Senii- trucks. •"'.. I OfLakofansIs Hies 1 , waS Saturda-y a'S/sfife' tytii, ta picture .of her.'.b'f neighbdf bby. Tfife holding fl gan tWHcl. fi _.. Donna is in Holy Famfl# EstKerVille. - THe' through Met- wrtet arfd tody. 'She -is getting* fif&nf fihe.* She is the da'ttghtervof RafHidhd Wordeh of Ceylon. • -••-r-'- IM fa ' * ^ ' Prese'nt "Clftdlrella"-*/ - ',"' Nov. 8, the grade school. of, Homemdkers Mef 'V The Pliim Creek Hbmemakefs met Oct/ 26 at the hbtne Of Mi's Lyle Davis with Mrs Clifton Benschoter, Mrs Berle Priebe and Mrs Andrew Miller as assistant hostesses. The program w.&s given by Mrs Howard Rahey. Mrs August Slagle had recreation. ;? s ; ACCIDENT 'Paul'Weber, 7, of Breda, w? injured'recently while riding hi: bicycleJ He drid a friend were a a heighbpririg farm riding bicy cles dowfr the lane when he r&i into the barbed Wire fencing', suffered,cuts and scratches anc deep lacerations in the thigh anc ankle regions of his left leg., "A merry heart doeth good,!] . a medicine. And you don't have to pay the. doctor a single penny for iU'.,.;..; * -H- DON'T FORGET TO VOTE FOR REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY KKOKDiR A LIFELONG COUNTY RESIDENT WHO IS, ALWAYS M/IS SliN> ANO INTERESTED IN KOSSUTH'S PROGRESS, HOPIN0 W SilVlAtt Will II MlfHfil< Your Support And Vote fwsday, Nov, Be Sincsrely Apprwlflled Lakota will pre'§feftti"CiHdereita at the -Lakota gymnJisuim' Under He direction of,Mrs<Do'ri ChHst. Vote early dnd~be* sure td cbme and see "Cinderella:" ' • Officers Elected The Lincoln f owiis'Bip* Horrie- makers met Friday at, the Donald Clapper ho'ifte. filectlSii oi officers for the* coming year was held with Mrs Art Wirtjes president, Mrs John S.: Rippehtrop Vice president, Mrs Steve Tjaden re-elected secretary and Mrs Ed Sheldahl ' re-elected treasurer. The lesson was given by Mrs Lyle Patterson. Lunch was served. • , . , Honiem'akers. Met ' The^Ledyard Township Homemakers met, Friday, at the ho^ie of Mrs Russell Winter for the annual Guest Day Tea. Mrs Elmer Pa'ul;»n, Mrs Jay Blome a'nS Mrs Mary Telkamp were named ' On the program committee for the next yeau, Mrs Earl Paulson was named the music and recreation chairman,. Mrs BUrdette Hoeppner chair- 1 man'of the trends in agriculture. The speaker for the afternoon was Mrs i Clarence Brandt' of Titonka. Lunch was served .by the hostess and co-hostesses, Mrs Raymond Winter and Mrs Ervin. Schwarz^ % Lakota school teachers will attend 1 the f Iowa :State Education Association Convention at Des ibfa'fl now- of- Cieftf Lakey ^ heart? att I tfasori idspitalized ior, anothdr^ week. '' "" ijiuino tfiomefi'He wastfilffe*••AUJ.- lis brothers, Hfenry 1 Srtfme,' fun^e- VMrs Mdry T^fflM^I^L,, .,„„. 'less to the E«tel'61rtltl W'ttle j'f .Presbyterian ehnrfch'Thursday at n - jier home. Mrs James* F. Smith 1 co-hostess. The Mirijtm circle' ofihe Pres-> terian churdtt mtt at fftfe 0^ lle flubyrhome Thursday. Mrs hn As 'Dorenfeush tfess " ' *8F/W-We# at 'her .,:home tb'the Ma*ry J&yteriatt church Thursday evening. ' Fred, Vera and Viola Huettrter attended the annual state meeting of -I the' Federalld OaWgrS Clubs of lowA di Ames Thursday. ' . ' .. , Al 'Johnson went '• with Don, Deann of Winnebago, Minnesota to Montana on a deer hunting trip. ( i -J ' Dinner guest at the f>6*n wirt- jes home Sunday after the baptism of the Dori Wirtjes son> TJarry Eugene^ were Mr and Mrs Stanley Denger Sr. of Dows. Tow Nominations Officers Made The Towns6nd A. JVT. Ahderson 'evening; Oct; 25. .A read by Miss' Ila BilS a Following the program ; . the Business session got ujnder.'way. \Nominatioris for was conducted by Mis's h'orou'g'h.".*jT,hose* hamedi Chester^. 'Wille*yi -'' MrsJ officers Woines Thursday evening and Friday this week. School will' be e'isrnissed Thursday at 2:15 p.m. jn|:1 Friday there will be rib ' . 1'Homas Thompson is a patient ;;the Buffalo Center hospitaj, (ince Tuesday of last week with- >ack trouble. " David Kienitz, who is home on Marjly: th,e hMde star; Thaves became __ Lt. Bradley Anker- f 5 In ' First ' Methodist WaveHyj The bride is Mrs Lolla Ladendorff; -Mrs; bur H<5ldrerf, and ]V{rs | Hennesy. Other' nomiriatipng hia'y] be made from the floor. KtftH® next meeting bri Tuesday evening, Nov. |15 at the Holdren Home at 10 East North Street, Algoha.'. '..; ". • 'i ' I'/ i , Following the business session aj# epipyed ^ he various , gglmfa] with' prizes going to William Carney and Mrs Fisher arid Mrs Holdren. t CJydc W' i A wfiltz length nza and lace illusion Held Swan Lake attendants Balgren lifid fli '. j __ _.__ .foUowed ir£ 'the church hall arid a 'second' reception was held .,Oct. 21 at the A"n- ke'rstar r^e'sidlejice during; Slate Uiiiyersity, of Iowa Homecbming: ~" " i; graduate IpfAK „..._ if, w'a's-'gTapBa^effl frdrfi-'-Brbadiawrts School of iNur-i sing,in Des Molnqs and.hap;bqen.' practiding her profession in Tam- 'paj Fla, The brrdegt'oom is thfe son of Me and Mrs''A. P. Ander- J Lar, Cedar Rapids; and a gra- ilate ofiCqe, Collegei.,-He is ser- •^ihgfihJ'the' Mi iFofce; at, Colbr- ado Springs;.'Colo/ Where they will make their horte."(TJDM En- g'ravbig)- ( >'».'. i / „,'. 3 '"I ' ' ^7..,i V " Ll_l I < I i See Film Strip >i ,, ; ) . • I. Thej Adult' bf9VP jpi the . Rock Presbyterian-j Church Suiidaji- .evening, pctdbeF" 23,, In the, CShurch Parlors. They enjoyed a film entitled, '"Espitle, frojn the Korean's", shown by, Rey^ C E. ^ordine, Mr .andjMrs, Doriajd Blaridiprd, and Mr and Mrp Mil- jt^.Madiso^wcrjC. on ,thq. serving,', cornnu'ttee.] * / , ' "V', UDM ClassHiacit Ptiy. FOR Won AA§ . • •• This il Afe ; foUr Visite . , V . And Willing To Iqrn It, Come in Before Election To See The Terriffe Vote - Qetting Specials

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