The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1960 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1960
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(la.) Upper Pet Moln«> Tuesday, Nov. 8, I960 the new'; president, Mrs Hazel Carroll, vice-president, Mrs El* w60d Nelsoht secretary and Mrs Donald Rifigsdorf, treasurer. Mrs Victor Fitch and Leona Haase are on the calling committee. A Christmas dinner Was planned to be held Dec. 6 at 12 o'clock, at the Community Hall. Each member is to bring a hot dish, dessert and sandwiches. A cafertia lunch was served by the hostess. ' Mr and Mrs Sherald Sydnes and Roger of Ames spent Saturday night at the Mennet Trunk- hill home, Mr, and Mrs Vjc Applegate of Ames spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Tbny Jandl home. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Hanford Brock and Mike of Woden, Mr and Mrs Bill Ross and P Names Officers Portland *- The Four Corner Social Club met Nov. 1 at the home of Mrs Schrader. Present Were Mesdames Lloyd Bartlett, Donald Ringsdorf, Herman Harms, W. J. Stewart, Glen Larsen, Elwood Nelson. Hazel Carroll,' Stanley Ruse, Victor Fitch, Virgil Schrader and Leona Haase. Mrs Virgil Heifner and Mrs Lawrence Govern were guests. Mrs Heifner wijl .be a new club member. Thcu-e W,as election of officers. Mrs Virgil Schrader is Mr and Mrs fete Looft, Armstrong, were Tuesday visitors at the E. R. Woltz home. family and Delilah Jandl and friend of Crystal Lake, Mennet •Tmnkhill and family of ,Burt, Cora Stecker of DCS Moines, Jack Trunkhill, and Mr and Mt's Sher aid Sydnes and Roger, all of Ames. Gail Stoddard and Steven Bartlett were Wednesday guests in the Lloyd Bartlet home. Mr and Mrs Melvin Larson of Kiester, Minn., Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Richard Ras- mUssen and Kim of Fairmont and Mrs Gertrude Bartlett of Titonka were Sunday guests in the Lloyd" Bartlett. home. • Mr and Mrs Roland Christerji- sen and family came from West Salem, Wise, to spend a few days at the Billy Christens«i and Roger Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Christensen and Debbie and Mr and Mrs Roland Christensen and family were (Sunday dinner guests at the Roger Schmidt home. r > ; , Mrs Lilly Sesteftlehne* of-At» gona t Mft Williarit- Bait; -' fiiM Mrs George Peterson , and, M« Frank Fisher of Titonka Weri Thursday afternoon yislt0rsj''.at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kerii nedy. , •;';" Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy received a phohe call from her daughter, Mrs Gordon. Nelson, Pdrf- land, Ore. that her so'n,' Danny Sturdevant, 26, had been killed in a car wreck. The funeral wa's held Friday. , • ^ • , The V.F.W: sewing meeting was held Tuesday at the hoine, ol Mrs Ray Fitch. Those" attending the meeting were Mrs Hugh WiU liams, Mrs Tony Jandl, Mrs 'Ella Sigsbee, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy,' Mrs Florence Schistl and Mrs Earl Milter. Mrs Earl Miller, Mrs Bert Olson and Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy went to Fort Dodge Saturday. "Few lasting benefits seem to 7 6iwn6 ttotn wdr—which Gdd's way of'Saying we should tflvs in peace." < v \ ' '''""•" ""V Holmgrens Of Lone Rock Hosts To 16 Busy Bees Lone Rock — The feusy Bee Club met, in the H. A. Holmgren home recently with 16 members present. Mrs Harvey Lars'en and Becker ' Brandow were c guests. A delicious luiwh was 1 served "by the hostess. ' > Chinese Is Speaker • Mr and Mrs R.-H.'"Cap" Bent!ley and Dr. and Mrs J*ak Chue Chan, of Ames were house' guests Saturday evening in the home.of Mr and Mrs Eve !; Hanna. Dr.' Chue Chan spo^e J in the Good Hope Methodist Church, Sunday. rt Cf. I*a8, efnie .dfiflft left- bffete the C6hfmtiriists teek eve* h • ••• -,'•'• ' •-"'* •«• , £ri«W Mrs Aft Prlebe 'Was hdktes^ at" a party in hwtof.of'Mtt fl6beit Chestnutwood, ,0 ti e s t s wet d classmates of Mrs Chestntitwood. Thdse preseHt Wfiffe' M>S .ftogef, Long and , Duf wlftj Mfs ; Robert Mitchell, 'Mrs David fleMeUttd and son, Mfs,Richafd'UHd6fWOdd and girls, Mrs Glenn Flint and girls Of Ringsted, Mia Ronald ( ChriEchilles and daughter, and Terry Luedtke of fenton. ^ Mr and Mrs tack Quinn were Friday visitors in the Burt Quinn home in Armstrong. ' . Mrs Maude Blanchard was , a visitor in the Ross Eldvidge home in Burt and Mrs Mable Neilsen of Alabama was also a visitor. Mr and Mrs Wendall Bergman of Webb and Mr and Mrs John S6ftfis 6f SteU* Rapids were ceftt Sunday guests in .the, M BikftWafil hSftfe. MTflha AM, Al fred SeKulte of Otlbseri frutk also aitetftbfin: and',SapfJ^ guests In the ,Mfs Mftiide Blflrichard home. .Mf and.M^s Art Geitaenatier of Llhcoln, Nebraska, werei recent gueste dn the Lorenz Qeit* jtenatter home. • •• Mr ahd'Mrsi Orttoin Tietz .attended the 40th- Weeding aft* hiversdry'of Mf afld Mrs Loitis flackbarth ! ort Octobef 2'Hh in tHeir hortse In Algona.' . t „ -MC arid Mrs Willis Woorfwlck of'Algous were Suhday .evening sup'per guests iri the home of -Mr arid Mrs Oftwin Tietz. 'Mrs Emtria Hurlburt and-girls were .'visitors with the Donald Hurlburts in their home in Fenton, recently. - -Mr and Mrs Clarence Schendel of Ames'Were visitors last .Wednesday in the homes of Neva Thompson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Tli6mW6n.* flnd;lfl the httftlfl'of Mf find Mf£ .Waited Thdrnpori* M Mr and W Wlllfifd; flfc •SOft, "and MP'» fiffdr ',^ r A ! -'W^f with iheif «i6{hel*/.Mra'f fronoja tut&tf. nWp«* thfe, death oii-thelf with their . Fdley, aftel* the f death of <? their father,, Fraflcis Folej 1 , -,•>:;, , Mr • and .Mrs" La^ertce-^eW? 1 brough met Mrs Mary \GeHrich in Perry towa last 1 guridatjWhgfe she .a'rriye'd after* spending;' 5 weeks >,Mth.- her '.daughtery Mrs Daryl Hansen- and > children jn Hawthorne,.Cai.;,- • ' r, ,*" ' Mr arfd'Mts^FrMk^Dfeyer attended the" funeral-ft* Francis Foley at Bancr6ft 'Fria^.- ; ,<; : ' Mrs Rose Kraft,' artd';tyr"and Mrs' Clarence Kraft' afad. fa'mily, of Lone Rock amended the birthday of Scott -Walker, sdh-of.ljlr and Mrs Jam^s ^Walker; ,'i'h; ^1- gona. / " • ''-•'„:.^,' ,\,'. 1 .Mrs Wayne Decker-'of'Algpfta visited Friday a'fternobn'Tri'nHe Darryl Householder home. ' Alqona Upper Des Moines ' • V «• ; t • 1 . • ' , NOTHING TO BUY - JUST FILL ENTRY BLANK ^^ IN i * PRIZES Si 5 per Week k ^ $7 - $5 - $3 GASH TO THREE CLOSEST ENTRIES ^niiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiim Bring or Mail Your GRID GUESSES To The Office Of The Algona Upper De* Moines By i; f; f- 1 * •_>'.*- i ! SATURDAY NOON (or postmarked by Satur* day Noon) ENTER AS MANY AS YOU WISH BUT ON ENTRY BLANKS ..FROM THIS PAPER ONLY. 9,', Tom's Radio & TV RCA Victor ', , SALES & SERVICE , U. C. I. A. vs. AIR FORCE ytHMtwjfffftt. ' Minneqpolis Molihe^— Ke)(ey-Ryan — Papec "" New Idea Farm Machinery ' * • Sales- ••- Service e i Friendly & Courteous Always .: r" N.jMairi St.i > ']«-, i <', •. "^ CY -.--«-»• ,-i IK, <•; h, i • ::;I.M;\ ,::.'»»•./ ^ '. v >;-iUj WASHINGTON'vs. CALIFORNIA mssSSSSSMSSSSSSSSS'SSMV/^^^^ CHROME 1 ,..iii'.diiFE' Arid SBRVICE CY 4-9100 ' i CY 4-9191 :>>••.',-• , 24 HOUR SERVICE , Closed From Saturday/ 2 P.M. Till - Y • ••'•'*>•* - -1 <•.. Suriday, 5 P.M. « , 4 ' HIWAY 169 and 18 MISSOURI vs. OKLAHOMA ' HAMS GEORGIA TECH. vs. ALABAMA .HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE , "Eager Beaver Service'' " STATE & PHILLIPS ST. ; CY 4-2362 ALGONA \ "'. KANSAS vs. COLORADO ^ SALES ' "Compare - YOU Be The Judge" ' .- .:..-•,-.-.' Two Locations, , Southwest'of Courthouse South on Highway 169 ' BOB WOODS, Owner OKLAHOMA STATE' vs. NEBRASKA ' Lindsay Soft Water CY 4-3755 ~ Algona 'The Finest In Completely Automatic Water Softening. • •- SALES. - RENTALS r- SERVICE YALE vs. PRINCETON ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. \Rob!nspn GENERAL CONTRACTING - SIOUX STEEL BUILDINGS :Hwy. 18 East ' - >hpne C^ 4-3374 .:,.. -'.•••• '-- -•.•.'-••-.• '/'••."• •":; ; ;•:/. MINNESOTA vs. PURDUE f i BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE WESTINGHOUSE and FRIGIDAIRE ' v -<v ^m, | 1111,1 Service On All Makes TV and Appliances 215 E. State Phone CY 4-3613 ARKANSAS vs. S. M. U. CULLEN HARDWARE "The Family Store That's Fun To Shop" 10 E. 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Harlan Phone CY 4-2484 BAYLOR vs. SOUTHERN CAL. Wf^^K^^^W^^i^^^^^^^^^^S^fl^ SECURITY STATE BANK "The Friendly Bank" With Drive-In Facilities TENNESSEE vs. MISSISSIPPI • Anyone can enter except employees of this jewspaper, and their families. This official entry blank must be used. • Judges of the contest ore sports editor and writer* of this paper, '""*** • AH decisions are final. Three, weekly prize* for those naming most winners, In case of tie entry with closest guess to high score (two teams) of any single game listed Is win* er, - • : ' i; '' i<*?^ Check this week's games in boxes on this page, Fill out and bring or-mail this blank on thi* page to the Upper Des Moines by noon, Saturday, or see that postmark U before noon Saturday, if mailed, Winner announced following week, ' ^ ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY JIM KOLP All Type* Of Insurance 206 E. State Algona; Iowa IOWA STATE vs. KANSAS STATE OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK Games For Saturday, November 12 - . .• Total High QameScpre^.^, Mail or Bring-This BlwUt To Algw»» Upper DM Molnfi, Algow. Iow« Adver«sei Wbwey Advertiser Winner 1. • ,- ___._,_- >_,,.,,_-___ 11, _,_ ; ,„,„,„__ „,_,,_„, 3, 4. 5. e. 7. 99> 10. .11. .14, .16. .17. .If. Jf. -90. NAMi ., ADDRESS

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