The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1960 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1960
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B-AIgeno (la.) Uppsr Des Molnei Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1960 I/Girls Out For Basketball, Ledyard High Ledyard — Girls who are out fat Basketball this year are: Seniors — Sandy Johnson, Darlene Richter, Gloria Pingcl, Pam,Keil,-and Betty Herzog. Juniors -j. Molly Barloli. Sophomores — Nancy Herzog, Deanna Richter, Jane Egesdal, Carole Dontje. " Freshmen — Marilyn Johnron. Ann Carpenter, Linda Pin"r1. Diane Doocy, Sherry KlinUsick, Barbara Farrow, Gail Baufnan. The girls are being coached this year by Lester Lammers. Change Church Hours Beginning Sunday, November 6th, services in the E. and R. Church will change times. Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m. instead of 9 and worship services begfns at IffiSO. A special speaker will be here, Friday, Nov.-11, at 7:30 p.m. to speak on Mission work. Mr and Mrs Tilmer Halvorson and Steven s and .Lynn: of Blue Earth were.recent visitors at the home of Mrs;. Marie Halvorson and Marvel. Mr and Mrs Douglas Mechler and sons of' Titonka wore recent visitors at the home'of Mrs Henrietta Dontje. Ed Pfngel of Fort Dodee and his daughter Mrs Ralph Kuhn of Duncombe -visited' last week at the home of Mr and. Mrs 1 N. A. Pin eel. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs Albert Barries are home after a three weeks 'vacation trip during which time they visited , all' of the children and , grandchildren at Chicago, Bax- ter, 'Ankeny, Des Moines' ahd. Newton.. William Stubbe, and daughter Bonnie of Ankeny brought them home on Saturday. Supt. and Mrs Gilbert DeBoef, and Larry, Jon and Gfretchen re» cently went to Esthefville where they attended a concert, by the Iowa State University Symphony Orchestra. Their son Charles, a Junior in chemistry, plays the clarinet in the orchestra. The Joe and Mike Hoirisey families of Armstrong and the Edward Munyers of Elmore Were recent guests at. the home of Mrs Charles Bashara and Rosalyh and Tom. Mrs George.Thompson of Ledyard Recently -attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs J. A. Zweifel of Corwith in honor of a cousiny Janette Mason of LuVerne. He*r sister Charlotte : Mason,also of LuVerne was also a guest, Mr and Mrs Harold Sheldahl and daughter Sheryl of Elmore were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Vernon Anderson. Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and Sons David - and Dexter were week end visitors at the. home of Mrs Marie Halvorson and" Marvel/ Mrs Halvorson accompanied them home for a visit. Fred Simonsmeier of Storm Lake visited last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Gus Simon- smeier. He 'is an Uncle. Mr and Mrs Gus Simonsmeier went to Austin .recently where they attended a birthday gathering held in honor of Mr Herman Wiridmeier's 92nd birthday. Mr Wiridmeier was the only brother in this country of the 'late Mrs H. Simonsmeier. Mr and Mrs Ed Kerr of Arma. Kansas who have 'been: visiting brothers and sisters in Kossuth county spent the week end here at the home of Mrs.Kerr's sister Mrs Lena Warnerl.•...-". . G.O.F. Club met recently at' the home of Mrs .Gertrude Wiemer for a po't luck supper honor- what a team ...clears 20 acres ing, Mri Wiemers birthday. Mr and Mrs Irvih Smith and son David, 'of Artttstr'dftg.-'were Sunday dinher guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Gus Simon- smeier. •Mr and Mrs Alvlh Carpenter, Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog, and Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton went to Spencer to attend a ChurchmaiV ship dinner and meeting at tte Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Milton Thompson of Sioux City visited Miltoi\ mother" Mrs George Thompson on Sunday. Ringsfed Lady New President OfAreaF.LA. Ringsted — Mrs James A. Sorensen was elected president and district sponsor for all Future Teachers of America Clubs in the North Central District of Iowa for a two year term a\ the 'anhual convention held at Meservey Oct. 29. Has Top Entry Mrs G. J. Jensvold received the highest scoring blue ribbon 'at the annual flower show, of the Federated Garden Clubs,of Iowa at Ames recently. Mrs Jensvold is well known in this area as she is an accredited flower show Judge and has judged many shows in this area (Kossuth, Emmet and Palo, Alto counlie's).. Mrs Jensvold's winning ! arrangement •. was called "New Frontiers."' J. M. Jensen, who formerly operated a grocery store here for many years, held an auction of his household goods Saturday evening in his store building on main'street. He will, go" £o Prince, ton, Minn, to make his ; h'dme .with his .son', Wendell..'...." Garden Club fop JunfCf Lakofa — Vera, anfl-i Vleia Huettner attended 'the ariilda'i state meeting of the 'Federated Garden Club at Ames Thursday, At the morning session the Junior Awards were given ^out^and the 'Lakdta Bluejays Garden Club were praised for their fine.gcMe- vement and won .the awafd-<of Merit. They received,8 blue rfb- bons and 1 red. Lakota also received aft award for, having'the outstanding civic project, which was constructing the, veteftuv crosses at cemeteries th'ls • past year. Traer and Lakota 9 jjtrs Baft members of the jUhiof, Lakbta High SeHaol to, C a're el 1 Dsiy at'fiuit-Jtov. 1, ftehiils Wer- toga, Paul dielehfeldt, Marvin Heidecker, CorHhe, Rippentrop,Juanita Cordes, Rita werlfiga, Harold Bauman, : Paul "-ApkA, Kent Gerzenja, fieah Chri$t, Larry'Becker,. Clare Sarfeftj Albert Becker, Rodger Neuman, Kathleen Peterson and , Elaine Anderson were studerits in • at* tendance. * * ' The Cub Scduts Went out trick, and treating for UNIGEF Monday after school. Cubmaster William 'Hankert- reported the Cub Scouts collected-$32,10, Mr and Mrs Lou ,Nitz attended the funeral of hjs cousin,' Mrs Louis Lepper, Hubbard, 1 Friday. 1 Fred, Vera and Viola Huettner accompanied Arn6ld and Frank the hey' attendee* J j J «.-£JL'L.2fl Si * e,\t5.':of-A.>ill'h6.1d,a'meeting at 1&6 p.m. N6V» 9. . " ^ : \ • <Mrs Adelines Wa&fter. attd "Betty, /Patricia ',Wagner, atid^mer Erpelding 1 returned home, Thurs- 'day"" morning, from >• Colorado Springs, ,Colo. t whers they'visited at the* home 'of Mr an'd Mrs Cla& ence Erpelding' ahd family. They also visited with.Mr and Mrs Joe Schumacher^ and family at Pueb* lo. Mr and Mrs Richard Thul are parents 6f a* son born Nov. 3 in Mercy hospital, Fort' Dodge. 'Thiiges, Babble Kelley, Thilfes ffdni ?fntoft ^fent Tuesday, here iirtte home af Ufa aM Mrs "Ray Thilges. , Swea & e r' and Mrs Tony tbhse ed ',frofti the J. P. Pefehart H6me : to the h&me , of ', fheit- The' rate' rf ' Melvlh rs H' JrfS'ttf MM SaiH'ButY Science (ay Stops Itch , N. Y. <Sp««I.O- fltst time science ha« fonnd 4 flew; henHng,iiub9tance with the 6stj)fli • hhlng ability tb aHrlrtk hemif*' rholda, atop itching, and felteV* pnln — without surgery. ' In case after cnae, whtlt gently, relieving patrt, actual'reduetldn \ (shrinkage) took place. ' ;'. Most wnaring ol «1T— reault* witft a worid-fmmou* ftitihren itii^ltftte. ThU " LONE ROCK a day That's really making hay! You can do It, too, with easy-running, power-saving Chop-All... and Gehl's new PTO Forage Wagon. This rugged haymaking equipment can save you as much as $1000 over competitive makes. Farmers who have watched the Gehl Hay Pick-Up work say they can't buy bigger capacity—but best of all, the Gehl is so easy to operate. Come in and see this, Gehl team... see why more , farmers own Gehl than any othqr independent makel Joe Bradley Equipment GEHL Chop-GUI, 6«W'« fewer prh ALGONA, IOWA For a glorious week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New Al Iht New Hotel Maryland, on toy week , you wUI (M a Isrje double room, breakful foi iwo 10 lh« Mwyland'i f»bu- lout Orleani room, fret TV uid Frp« lodging 10 child ren under M when tccom- puu*d by pareou. Speaal r*duc*d r*i« u uo ROOMI tQOITARKUNV The Friendly Neighbor Club met in the Bernard Tigges home Oct. 27. They had: a ; Halloween costume, party in which prizes were given. Mrs Pauline Cody and. Mrs Alice Neilsen were' in chargfe of games and entertainment. . . ^.',,_'' r. • . Larry'' Householder" spent the weekend 'in the parental Glenn Houselifolder h'cjme.;' ' ' ' ' ' " " . . A miscellaneous shower was held' Nov. 1. for Dana Pettit at the. Plantation ballroom at Whit- te'niore, There, were about 18Q guests in attendance. There were 25 hostesses. Several ladies frpm Lone Rock and Fen ton. attended the shower. ..'..', Mrs Kathryn Collins of Livermore fias 'been visiting in the Merwyn Marlow home for a few days. •, , , .j, . -. . , Mrs Darold Berhow > of« Estherville, Mrs "Bob Burt and' Mrs Gordon <• Burt ' of Fenton were Thursday afternoon visitors in the.Donald Kneedler home. Mr. and Mrs Dale Wegener attended the wedding of Doris Rath to Leonard Holft of Algona in the Little Brown Church in Nashua Oct. 28. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath of Algona were Saturday callers n the Dale Wegener home to celebrate the 6th birthday of their daughter, Connie. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath, Doris Rath, and Leonard Holft all celebrated the 4th birthday of Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener's son Jerry Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Art Zumach visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Reinhardt at Newell Sunday. , Mrs Fred Schmidt and Mrs Ben Schmidt visited in the Robert Schmidt home in Fairmont Thursday. Verdabelle Thompson is home for two weeks from Dallas, Tex, She is visiting in the A/»drew Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow attended the wedding of Shirley Wegener to Don E. Brofer of Fort Dodge in the St. Joe Catholic church 5. Mrs Etta Holdren of Burt visited Sunday in the M. O. Richards home. Harlan Blanchard of Lone Rock ^nd, Gordon Blanchard of Mason City attended the Iowa vs. Minn, football game in Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs Blanche Clement of Hettinger, North Dakota, and Mrs, C. M. Whitehill and Mrs Charlie Clement of Algona visited Wednesday in the Maude Blanchard homo. Donald Blanchard attended the Iowa State Teachers Conference in Des Moines Friday. Craig Blanchard spent the weekend in the parental Donald Blanchard home. c POTATOES Art Petersen, Sr., of Wheatland recently, dug up two potatoes from his potato patch that weighed about 9 pounds each. He said he planted the potatoes from old seed, about the middle of June. ATTEND OUR "'•"*!5-?'. v ^ 'O- . "'. .:.*•_•- (MODERN DIVING: GAS A PPLIANCE DEMONSTRATlbN) ONE IW ONLY! DON'T MISS WEDNESDAY, NOV. AT ALGON Wf HAI ^ L - 2 IT! 16 P.M. *i4ii!j.v>^" f i ! * > FREE PRIZES fi BRAND NEW GAS RANGE! GAS tllTES;! |J TURKEYS ! Tjie finest prizes ever offered in this area at a demonstration of this type.. ,v., Drawings will be held all during the afternoon. Don't miss them.I ..'.,.,. INViTATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE STORES OF THE PARTICIPATING DEALERS LISTED BELOW, OR GET ONE AT THE DOOR THE AFTERNQN OF THE GASARAMA. DEALER DISPLAYS AH dealers ,will liave Jine, of. gas .appliances, fcn ; display," Including the latest ranges, bi^llt-ins, refrigerators, incinerators, Q«s Utes, space heaters, dry«r»< w«?t?r hjj^ri, THw,will plfQ have representatives, present to ex* plain operation advantages of their products. FINE PROGRAM The interesting proflram will include demon*trptions of all gas appliances, including o broiler, low temperature oven, rang,»» *poee heater and dryer, A very interesting movie, "ArovndL The Clpck", the story of natural gas and its jjses, will also be shown dur T ing the afternoon. ^ THIS OUTSTANDING GASARAMA BEING SPONSORED BEECHER LANE v^i^ COAST-Tp.Ct)Al APPLIANCE VJJlIJi STORE NORTH IOWA APPL, 1jffi§ THERM06AS CO, GAMBLES STORE ^Hf? OF ALGONA NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO, ««w^^

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