The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1960 · Page 16
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|v l~Atf»»>a (la.) Uftptr i>ttJvWn+t f updoy, Nov. 15, 1966 Linda Stenzel Of Burt Is Wed Oct. 30 Burl — Sunday, Oct. 30 was the date chosen by Miss Linda Mac Stcrurel, daughter of Mrs Ella Stenzel, for her marriage to FfSTIVE TEA-PARTY Here's a non-intoxicating Punch, to give p.m. parties a scintillating holiday mood: Combine 2 cups sugar, 2 cups water, 6 whole cloves, 3 flicks cinnamon and 1 Tbsp. diced candied ginger. Simmer 6 minutes, stirring constantly. Strain, cool and •tore in gas refrigerator. Just before the company comes, stir in 1% cups grape juice and ft cup orange juice. (In each case, canned or frozen varieties will do.) Now, add 3 cups strong, cold tea. Pour over a block of ice in your prettiest punchbowl: Yield: 12cups of punch. You'll find it's a perfect companion to your favorite holiday cookies! SPRING IN NOVEMBER Have you put in one of those marvelous gas heat-and- cooling units? My, I nope so! All winter long, air stays clean, pure and filtered. That •ingle gas unit (that does both jobs so well) is noiseless, trouble-free, completely dependable. It's easy to see why so many home contractors insist on installing the modern gas heating- cooling system. But an older home can have one, toot Just ask your local gas company otgas heating contractor. James P. Edgington at the First Presbyterian Church, Algona. Rev. M. H. Brower performed the double ring ceremony. Nup- HOUDAY HAT Have some fun... get out last year's Christmas trimmings and make yourself the gayest hat in "town! Cut down an old green or red felt chapeau. Trim it with imitation holly, tiny glitter-balls, or velvety poinsettias. Add bits of beads or sequins, and some veiling. You'll have an outrageous flatterer—with little or no cash-outlay! PARTY-TIME PRECAUTION Now that holiday parties and family get-togethers lie just ahead, some little somebody'a certain to come home with f um on his clothing! Mrs. vert Green of Minneapolis, Minn., claims an ice-cube, rubbed on the fabric's underside, makes it possible to peel off the gum on top. PILGRIM CAKI .Bake a pack- Uged cake in jtwo round * pans. Cool, and cut one "circle" in half. Fit one . directly under the "chin" of the whole circle; put the other above, for a curve-top hat. Frost hat and collar in white; whole circle (or face) in pink. Add toasted coconut hair, cherry mouth, chocolate-drop eyes—and a row ol chocolate buttons down the collar. Isn't she cute? tial music was provided by Ruth Hodgson who also accompanied Milo Johnson, soloist. The bride, who was escorted to the altar by her brother, Elwyn, wore a bouffant chapel length gown of French import Chantilly lace and Tulle net over silk. The hack of the skirt featured a beautiful cascade of ruffled lace. The lace tapered sleeves accompanied a fitted lace bodice over silk accented by a glitter o'f sequins at a scalloped neckline. Her finger tip veil of bridal illusion fell from a Queen's crown of beaded pearls. Jo Ann Gade, Jan and Jill Edgington were the bride's attendants. Gary Zwiefel was the groom's attendant. Ushers were Leonard Stenzel and Bill Ras- musscn. A reception for 100 guests was held immediately following the ceremony in the church parlors. Betty Rasmussen registered the guests. Mrs Elwyn Stenzel poured. Mrs Leonard Stenzel cut and served the wedding fake. In charge of gifts were Judy Ludwig, Jeanette Wollz, and Ruby Stenzel. Waitresses were classmates of the bride, Linda Leason, Judy^Marlow. Mary McGuire and Ruth Harms. The bride is a 1960 graduate of Burt high school. She has been employed as a secretary in DCS Momes and will continue her work. The groom, a graduate of West Bend high school is also employed in Des Moines, where the couple are now at home. Receive Awards 4-H Award and Recognition night for the Plum Creek and OIVI A |IPT Sometimes iff more convenient to bake Angel or Chiffon cake m a loaf-pan for com- Hot bow to invert it? ; clothespins can become „ in a jiffy, according to Mrs. loe Silvia of Minnesota. (A large oblong pan needs at least 10 'legs'* to stand safely.) GOING FORWARD Natural gas goes ahead! More than 32 million customer* use natural gas for fuel in homes, industries and businessl If you're'not using this up-and-coming . servant, you've misled one of our century's blessings. Northern Natural Gas Company pipes it to your community; your local gat company will pipe it to you. And your whole family will enjoy better living, 365 days a year! c Riadi by minuficturer if genuine Fltx-0-Glast Wirji Bros., Chicago U £> Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska AT YOUR IOCA1 DEALER No. 6 of a Series PEOPLE MAKE IOWA GREAT I ...the corn grower Iowa it certainly a state of champions. But, none has done mor« for our reputation and prosperity than the corn grower. For years, Iowa has been the champion corn-producing area of the world, Today, we .raise 17% of all the corn produced in this country.,, a steady and continuing source of new wealth flowing into our state. In sustaining thli steady Income, one of the nation's top buyers of corn is the brewing industry. Last year the industry purchased over $250,000,000,00 worth of farm products for use in making beer. And, more dorn was bought than any other grain, except barley. For Iowa's corn groweri, ind for so many others of us, too, ' there's just no question... m THE BREWING INDUSTRY fJMTHITATfl HELPS BUILD IOWA fOUNMTIM - MWA DIVISION - «4 UNITY HQft - Kf MQINES, WW» Thirt Clubs was held at the Lr- gion Mall Monday nigh't. Each club furnished entertainment. Completion Seals went to Francis McDonald, Evelyn Cherland, Rosclla Kahk-r, Cheryl Lovstad, Rosemary Ulses, Carilyn Hinckley, Judy Mitchell, Janet Cherland, Patricia Sehwic- tert. Susan Lovstad, Judith Cher 1 land, and Jane Mitchell. Membership seals and certificates went to Judith Abbas and Rosemary Ulses - 5 years. Six year,, seals went to Carilyn-JIin- cklcy, Marilyn Hinckley, Evelyn Cherland and Cheryl Lovstad. Record book plaques were awarded to Rosemary Ulses and Rose Ella Kahler. Record book awards went to Janet Cherland. junior class, Francis McDonald. Intermediate class, and to Rosemary Ulses, Senior Class. Francis McDonald received the Dress Review Award and the county safety medal went to Rosemary Ulses. ,it their Wesley Homrynnker's .Lester Larson were hosts to dub. Homemakers club Nov. 15 in Mrs Edna Wubben and Mrs' Center school. Phone CY 4*3535 - YoiJr Newspaper America's Most Imitattd STORM WINDOW KIT Ovtr 15.000,000 Ultra Bake Sale Set St. John's Ladies Aid met at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs Hans Bodefius, and Mrs Herman Bussie as hostesses. Reports on the L. W. M. L. Rally wire given by Mrs Carl Reynolds and Mrs Henry Schroeden Mrs Eugene Meyer reported on the Annual Home Finding meeting she attended in Fort Dodge. The aid members will hold a bake sale Wednesday, Nov. 16 at Riedei's Feed Siore. Each members is asked to bring a guest and two 50c gifts to the December meeting, which will be the annual Christmas party. Farewell Parly Mr and Mrs William Meyer were honored at a farewell dinner at the home of their daughter and family, The Bert Johnsons. Guests besides honored couple were Mr and Mrs Dean Bradstead and family, Mason City and Mr and Mrs Lester Paulson of Garner. Mr and Mrs Meyer left Tiies- day for Arlington, Texas where they plan to spend the winter. J. L. Miller, Frank Ryerson, Roger Chaffer, Russell Patterson, Walter Campney, Frank Becker and Ray McWhorter. attended a district meeting of the Institute of Cooperatives Tuesday evening at Britt. Mrs Naomi Lloyd is a patient at Immanuel Lutheran Hospital, Omaha, where she submitted to major surgery early this week. Mrs Lloyd is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Scott. Mr and Mrs J. B. Little, Arnolds Park, spent the weekend with his sister and husband, Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith. Sunday the group drove to Sioux City to visjt at the Robert' McFarlanes. '." ' Fred Samek. Sr., Cedar Rapids! '-ome Wednesday for a visit with' his son, Rev. Fred Samek Jr. -md family. On Thursday evening Rev. Samek and his father went o Spencer, where the elder Samek spoke and showed slides of Ms trip to Europe this past summer. ' Mr and Mrs Glenn Witmus arrived this week from New Mexico where they have resided the past several years. They are now at. home on a farm near Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Bill Boettcher Jr and family of Ankeny spent the. oast weekend with his parents the William Bocttchers, Sr. Eugene Bahling, a freshman at Iowa State Teachers College. Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with his parents, the Merwyn Rp Ming's. ' Hiram Ackerman who snent the past two weeks receiving medical tests and treatments at Iowa City, arrived home Sunday. Clifford Curtis, who is employed at Alexandria. Virginia, arrived at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Curtis, early' Monday morning Clifford came to attend the last rites for his grandmother, Mrs Effie Curtis. • • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer The American Legion Auxiliary realized $62 from luncnu;, served in the Legion hall Tuesday, Nov. *8 and from the bake sale. Mrs Clara Hauptman was chairman and Mrs Rita Ricke as co-chairman. Methodist Circles will meet Nov. 16 in the Hazel Qerdes, John Paulson and Luther Nygaard homes. Tuesday club will meet Nov 17 with Mrs L. H. Kleinpeter. Methodist Men's club will entertain their wives Friday evening, Nov. 18, in the church parlors. Mrs Max Goldman of Titonka will be guest speaker. Mrs Ed Hildman entertained her bridge club Nov. 9. Mrs Viola Studer accompanied her son Bill Studer and family of Algona to Worthington, Minn. Nov. 11 where they visited their daughter and sister, Mrs Julius Keleh and family. Mrs John Muehe left Nov. 9 via train for Kingfisher, Okla. to spend 10 days with the Charles Uhlenhakes and other relatives. Mrs Joe Skow and Mrs Edna Wubben attended a Farm Bureau meeting in Algona Nov. 7 to get the lesson on home decoration for the holidays to be given later LAYERS TOP OFFICIAL IOWA EGG TEST • First In Egg Production • Top Adult Livability t Smallest Body Weight • Second In Egg Size AND FIRST IN PERFORMANCE INDEXI Here'i profitable advice to poultrymen, "If eggs are your business, make Hy-Line your chick." Year-after-yenr, Hy-Line layers give you consistent top-level performance. For proof, see the results of the latest Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Test, supervised by the Iowa Poultry Improve- merit Supervisory Board. Sixteen well-known U. S. breeders entered their best birds. Not just 50 or 100 pullets! The Iowa test ending in 1960 involved 950 pullet chicks per entry—each tested at 4 different farms in the state. For the past three years, Hy-Line layers have led all entries in this most important test. Again this year, Hy-Line 934 Series layers gave the best "all around" performance. The small, thrifty Hy-Line layer tied for the smallest body weight in the test, a big feed-saving factor. Yet, When compared to the average of all entries, the Hy-Line 934 Series layer averaged: 42 more eggs per pullet housed .. • 1 Ib. heavier egg weight per case ... lest* than half the laying house mortality. This advantage earned Hy-Line 934 Series layers the top performance index of 4.51 which was 1.44 higher than the average of all competing layers. The "performance) index" is calculated from body weight, eg'g production, egg weight, and laying house livability. Roughly, the "performance index" measures the difference in income) over feed cost per bird between the entries even though actual income and cost records were not kept. For three years in a row, Hy-Line entries have produced the top performance index in the Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Test. Consistent, year-after-year performance gives poultrymen top profit opportunities. So "If eggs are your business, make Hy-Line your chick." Put Hy-Line 934 Series chicks under your brooder next •pring, in your laying house next full. Reap increased profits with Hy-Line 934 Series layers. ORDER YOUR HY-LINE CHICKS NOW FROM ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Burt FRANK SEELY, Ringsted JAMES MAYNE, Ledyard ALFRED HURLBURT, Elmore MAYNARD HURLBURT, Swea City ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHlLTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - PHONE 4161 (4Clf) fbnttec'taffors body design to:anew Wide-Track balaaca mod readability I Control that cant be copladl logrooai aa to opoa tartttar for groater atato ovoriianoj wo balaaoad awro woif^it dtroaOy Tao •« Pontiae otveo yoe greater •tabimy. It give* you a p/MftaT, aiiav of coatroi for ovary Mfta, *» -m foot toe* aoraoeuco FOOTIAC OCMEI SCHULTZ BROTHERS South Phillips St. Algona, Iowa

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