The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1960
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Convert your garage into an extra BEDROOM V-. y.'\ "• ' ' '\ ",' X. If your family } s cramped for space, It Is a 'lot cheaper to lecsye thd car outside^and convert your garage InKi another bedroom., Garage conver- . sions are'simple because the heavy construction is already done. Chances are y*ou cart do 'much s .1 of the reit of the work your&lf. Take five years to repay Whether you do it yourself, or let us have it done . for you,, you may put all of the costs'ort'a five year bank loan vftth no cash down! So don't delay. Add that extra bedroom on noyy. Call us for a free estimate .•_• for home improvement help KELLEY LUMBER CO. " '"Our Business Is B.uilding"- A" tVj • '?]'' . ' , : ^iXTON - OnOSEN " '' Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper V ^ t < 1 , f n . i * /Y* ** l" I*' I ' omeial tests What does that mean to me?" Ahswer: How layers perform In official tests Is actually your second-best way to compare various brands. The best way would be to try them all yourself. But you can't possibly do that. So test results are your most practical guide. ' For example, 22 official tests ending In 1958 and 1959 show that Hy-Line layers outperformed the 9 next largest-selling • , birds by 554 more Income over feed and chick cost • • • ' $550 extra per thousand birds. Such winning performance Is why 'one of every eight layers In the U. S, this year Is o Hy«Line bird. FROM YOUR LOCAL SALESMEN ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley t&lVIN VAUDT, Fenton ; LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder /^|ND SWALVi,,BMffc>lo Center " tlROYSCHIlTZ, Bancroft AARON STEU5SY, Algona WAJ,T!fe VAUPTv Whitt^mere ROBINSON PRQDUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Burt fRANK SEELY, Rini*ted ' ,' JAMES MAYNI, Udyard AlFRED HURIBURT/ Elmore MAYNlftRP HURIBURT, Swta City WHITTEMQRI HATCWiRY - PHONE 4161 SAVE $3 per 100 pullet* . , , , , by wd«toglHiH4ne chicks now, • • wmter oy spying delivery, GaryWittmeier \ * ' i - ' '-< i * Of Lii Verne Is LtfVerne •"- Lola 'Lfce 'Wobd. Fort Dodge, became the bride of Gary E. Whittmeier, Fort BotTge, at 7s'30 p.m. Oct. 29. the ijattdle- light double ting service was t-ead in 'the Methodist church in Woden with the Rev.,Shreve officiating. The bride is the daughter of Air and Mrs William J. Wood, Sr., of Woden and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs L. C. Whittmeier, LuVerne. Mrs Jack DeVries, organist accompanied Jack De Vries as he sang, i The bride, given in marriage by her father was attired in ft floor length gown of white nylon tulle and chantilly lace. The fitted -bodice was fashioned With a sweetheart neckline, pearl -and seoXhi trim, .long sleeves ending in 'appoint over the hand, Htfr 'fingertip illusion' net veil , was held in -,place by a^pearl and sequin, headpiece. She wore jtearl earrings/ gift of 'the groom, i ' She carried a bouquet of pink roses. Her attendants were Mrs James Hefti as matron of •- honor and Mrs LaVonne Isebrand. SUsan iRistau, Was/flbv/er girl. Jon Wltt- meier was ring bearer. ' f •• Best man was James Hefti, ''and groomsmaty.Xarry Harmon', can- dlelighters were La Dtmna,Wood ' and ; Lorerf * Wittttleier* Ushers Were Doh'ald Isebrand) and James Nielson. , A reception for 150 guests .was held following the v service. Cutting 1 ' and serving" v the we'dd- ing caTce were Mrs Cliarles Hinz and 'Mrs Elnler Emefy. Pouring, Mrs' William 'A.' Wood], and serving punch, Mrs Wayne Na'ser. Dining room 'hostess, • Mrs v Alvin Hanna; arranging gifts] Mrs" Mer-, rill' Hefty! " LuVerne' ' and " Mrs Ronald H^nna, .Quests, were rer gistered by'Mijs,' Chahnas, Chesty gistered by Mr| Ch'almas Ch'es- brand, Diane^ Buns', 'Linda Wood and Carol Ristatt. • * 'A; The bride is a 19,60 -graduate .of Woden-Crystal Lake high ^clibol and has been 'employed in Fort Dodge. The groom is a 1958 igra^ dua'te of the LuVerne community school and of Hamilton Business College, Mason City. He 3 is 'e'm- ployed in Fort Dodge where 'they in ^b"e at fh'ome. : « i : f ; * - T wi \ Clifford Hanseri oJ "Sioux Ciiy /visited ThursdJR$l »$th> hisr<pKr th$ Mrs HaroldM HanseA*.aric wpjh his father Harold Hansen patient in the' FoK> <Dofl'ge i Ld- thejran hospital. . '. .Glair Hoyt of Tipton carrie 1 td sp'ejnd some-, timer with.,'hi5.-cou- sirtifMrs Nelle Biegger. ,,,,.>, 'Glen'McClellan of Des Moiries called' Tuesday in ' the^:hpme of hisl parents Mr and Mrs 'C." O, Mrs3Rate;.Earton-;we,^t; to •$!?' goha Friday for the week en'd 'in' the Mr and Mrs ; George, ,W$lf home. '-»•• J . : '")• "•< •• '•• Mr and Mrs Gus Wegher and' fri^rids, Mr and Mrs.Johnfeon of , Ffeeborn, Minn, w«re, .^sttof* Sunday in the home of Mir aM 'Mrs B. E."Matfili by Mrs Lou Wini&ffti W (JfttwltH, will be ih De* Maine* tW§ wefek attending a&ttfl Chafer' of th« Order of Eastefn Stars, f ; Mr and Mrs Jeff Bougife left Wednesday • fof Marlon fot • fr weekis visit with their BkugTftte^ Mr /Ad Mrs Loferf-Jae&bSetl «ifl family, , / •, •" > •>' Mr and Mrs.Jaiiite Grlftiene of Des Moifrefe'were dinne* guel&tr Tuesday in the Fred B8um«aW> ner home. They also" called in the home of Mrs Clara Baumgartner and brother* Eric .Gramehz. , ] Quests in the William Goetsch home Friday night,honoring their 1 daughter Sheryl Ann wfere her; grandparents, Mr and Mrs Jack Sykes of Livermore, > her uncle, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, their daughter, Mr and - Mrs Duane Riley and David of Algona. , < v A dinner Sunday in the Charles Heinkel home. honored their son Lt. Gordon Heinkel home on furlough, from Shreveport,. La Quests were his sisters) Sharon, Mr and Mrs Jack Guy, his grandmother, Mrs Sula Frantz r LuVer- tte, .his brother, Mr anU Mrs Galen Heinkel, Britt, his aunt, Mr and Mrs Floyd Fisher, Fort Dod£e ahd uncle Mr and Mrs Williain Heinkel; of Girard,'111.' . 4 " i -!_ ^ I !**•!*• *tf»* J *asp _ J • ' *"&• t «-» j Mrs Jessie Stripling and daughter Sandra 'of Spencer attended a post-nuptial shower Saturday evening in'Corwith honoring Mrs Bill Bonnstetter. , A? diflnBr Sunday inHhe Brink vhdine 'honored the', bihh- days bf Allyn Brink and girls, Mrs'Bfin Hefty, Mr and Mrs Percy Brink. Van Hansen,.-Me and Mrs DateyBraynard^ and l £6.iin, : Mrs Hugh Shirk fa'cbdmpaniea by her'sister Mr,s Kenneth Charttf berlain'of Web.jwent tO-Omato Friday. They^6rit,to mfeit Sally ter's aftfl Judy Colemah .returned with them to Ames-tin Satutday. -•••• Swea & Eagle ". " -.-• " f- ". :.t^**' flight to Philadelphia, Penn, for a week's*' visit. Mr and Mrs HarpJd- : Traugcr left Monday for^a few'ddys vacation. They wilf visit' his brother the Merlin Trauger. family at BrooTtfleld/Mo. . - - i --.':-;• i, • Irvmgton ' «^ .Morquerite 'M. Hayes ' Mr ahd Mrs Lee Colwell drove to Jackson, i Minn. Wednesday, called; there-by; death- of. <& bro-^ Jphij Brei\,nan. His '"funeral i ^ras 'held Tliurtday.' Mr, taA&Msp jH^qrpjlcKColwell and Mr fan'd Mfs^OB. 1 ' O. ; fia'vjes*also attended, the funeral. i-'f-.Mrs •••Vena-.iSchneider went to Emmetsburg Nov. 2 where she makes her winter home with Mr and,$Jrs; fester? Muellei: assisting with^work, at their rest home. . '^*Mrs Olive Hansen was pleasantly surprised to find her chil- dro).;and'their families at her hduW ; >when: she "returned .-from wprk -Tuesday, Nov. L- The. oc-, casion'was her-birthday. She was pres^nte4 with t a ;• radio. .Mr), and .•MrsS'Kaen^ Potter and children . spent a few days at Weir parent's homes, the C. Pot- |AV^',^'1fl^r?4»''^ Dnn tne lun tower long distance rates In effeettit day Thanksgiyingj WtNIJf i , . CAU STATIQN'TCHTATIQN SAVE TIME , , . CALL BY NUMBER f ,S. Make y$yr Thanteg^ing pl§n§ by phpne, NORTHWESTERN BEU , Mi- ahd Mrs Virgil, JtAtsfen: of Swea City and Mf arid Mrs Hich- fafd Kruttirfi 6f Afmjitrdihg Werfe i-ecent sight-seers at :thea Lodges at Boone and fet-the-Xh'dtefi-rei servatlon at Tama. ;. •, '-, •"• ' •••: Mr and Mrs Wentiell Tr0. and *al»ily of St. Paul, Mlnhl, Mr and Mrs Don Oeterdes find 'fattiity, TKenneth Mullafkey," B6b Geerdes and Mrs Mae Lestfer were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Geerdes home. *~ , Mrs Andrew Lafspn returned home Saturday after ^a 4-Week visit with her daughter,* the Glen Crossleys. Mrs Larsdn and the Towtlay, N«JV. 5, I960 . Alflond (la.) Upper D«i weVe -Sttaday 'dttiner guests at the. Gunnard 'Lftrsoh •home. Others at dlrih'er were Mrs Mae Larison arid Richard* Afler- •ftobri callers yere Mrs Dennis f,ooft and thlldreh, Sahi Larson rfnd Anne, ftalph Larson and daughter, and grandchild. Weekeftd iitests ; at' the "Walter O'Gi'een -' hotne Were. h6r sister and family, Ihe ^6rde^ BergafVs and daughters of St, Paul, Mlnfl'. Saturday, the Borgahs, Mr ahd Mrs Larry Peterson and son of Minneapolis, Mr fehd Mrs 'Sa'm Larson ahd Anne arid the Hicft- ard O*Green family were supper guests there.' , . ; . Mrs Laurel Pfetersbn Was at Fort Dddge , Saturday' t)^ last week when she Was a contestant in the •• Mate it With Wboi contest. •" '••. - . .'..'"•.••. . ';• Janet Walker, [daughter, of the Ralph Walkers, and Ndncy Allen of Albert Lea were weekend visitors at the Walker home, tte girls are roommates at Waldorf College at Forest City. On Saturday, the two and Mrs Walker an'd Dori drove to Fayette to visit the other Walker daughter, 'tife"Mil- liner. Alderdyces. Ttojy ,W,ere overnight guests there, returning home Sunday. \, „ >; Mr and Mrs Reuben Holcotnb became parents of a son Oct. fifl at Holy family hospital, EstheP- ville. The boy weighed 6 pounds, .9 ounces. Grandparents are .Mr and Mrs P. A. Holcomb t>f .'Sw.ea City' and Mr an<J, Mrs William Schramm of Titonka and a great"grandfather, Rev. Mitchell, also bf; Titonka. , Sunday guests at the Martin Gabel home were his sisters, Mr and Mrs Ed Christ of Forest City, Mrs Elfrieda Leland, Swea City, and his brothers, •'>••''.'• LOWEST PRICES IN TEN YEARS! Vosi NEW VICTOR ' «VM» \SU 99 00 MACHINES Precision-built Victor Champions...-10 key , or full key- • board as low as • 18 new models. • New streamlined cat*. • Electrlcmodel»aslowa»$171.00. UPPER DBS MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA piaimeo 1 , bu!Ii ; and priced the sparkling ne* -d6 Specifically for the, buyer who toerttB. something better ia « smaller carl Built for the buyer who wants, something better in a Smaller car! - ; - , , performance j i __ ness and quality .. . the new F-BB Is every Utah an Oldtmobilel Sized,to aeat sis in comfort. |o akrt and lively .., so easy oh gas... because 'the all-new P<ickette V-8 combines,big-car perfoi-mance with small-car ecpnoniyl And Twin-Triangl* , Ilight|;now, fpur-dowt sedans find station wagons are at your Oldsmobfle ; Quality ;. Dealer's. Bafor* you Invail In any- low* priced car, com* In and drive lh« all-new, famlly-»li« F-851 , It's the hot new number you'ot ! keeii waiting forl YOU BUY •• . ->' ' •'. • ic><v~r>titaeD OMi AMO omise mf • • OLDSMOBILEl DAU'S GARAGE -125 Sb; Dpdge St? Algona, Iowa T0NI IN MICHAIL-INAYMI IVUYrWIlK ON MIC-TVI ~&l . :\ * *.*t % ' ,- ' .> * ^;^,, rr"t- ng; W^f^^%fS^ How can a few curls ill the crust make BUTTi30^UT ai^ A fair question, lady! It'S'tlie ourl«« inside the new Butternut Bread that make it better. You eee, tho TBNOR'KUBJj'metUoql ad4« ^n extra step in the knea4ing prooesa before the lot»f gges ijqito the oven. Jt actually curls the dough, stretches the bread-cells to make the bread more tender. Presses out tiny air bubbles, so the bread stays fresher. It's baked longer, too... and that improves the flavor. Still dubious? Then please try a loaf. You/U.know difference right away. Now it's

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