The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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Good Neighbors At Swea )-Atgona (la.) Upper DM Molnel Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Swea Cily — Pictured are LeRoy Swanson, left, and Everett Johanson unloading corn at the Dean Swanson home last week. A group of men came to the Swanson home to pick and crib the corn. Mr Swanson had been hospitalized with pneumonia. Other gnod neighbor deeds had been at the Lars Skaar and Carl Lien farms. Mi Skaar has been hospitalized at Holy Family, Estherville. and Mi Lien underwent surgery at Rochester last week. (UDM Engraving), PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER Lone Rock 4-H Prepares Skit Lone Rock --- The Lone- Rock Lively Rockets 4-11 Club met in tin Mary Lynch hum' 1 ?iov. 11". A skit was prr<rn!id by Lavonno Thomp.Min for Rrcojjnition Night, .loAnn McOcish unvc a talk and Mary Lynch and Kalhy Biiwn f;;'V< a di'inonsl! .iMon. Birthdnvs Observed .-'•. iiirtliday parts' given in honor u!' Rose Krai'! was held in t'u Mrs Ksthcr Flail; home Thursday, (lui-.-.ts presc-nt v.'ere Mary Grnrich. Kdie Long, Ruth F\iU('gcr. Mac Ouimi. Mary Flai; 1 , and Maude Hlancliard. Card 1 ; \V'Tr played by the group. Kdie Lung' received travel ;md low pri/.c and Mary Flaig received high pri/e. A birthday party for Mrs Eric Si i'U''h;n th wax held last Friday in the home of Mrs Mill'nrd Mif'- cliell. Giles's We're Editll C'e''"'l. Mi's Hoy Je'T-'en. Mrs Ro<;er .!en« n. Mrs Tena Jensen, Mrs K. M. lensi u. Mrs ['rank Flaig. Mrs E A. Lee and Mrs A A. Krueger. Sunday supper guests in the Milford Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Ted Neilsen of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and family. Mr and Mrs Gordon Ilutchinpon and Tony were guests Thursday in the Ben Schmidt home. They celebrated the birthday of their father, Ben Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Ray Bui-slow of St. Crouix, Wis., visited in the Alfred Schadendorf home Friday. Three Gift-Hints Sure to Please No. 1 \ I Norge Gas Dryer Watch her faca light up at Christmas time when she sees a new Norge gas Dryer in the house . . . you get all the top performance extras when you buy Norge . . . including Automatic Clothes Sprinkler, Dial-Heat Temperature Control, 5-Way Venting, Rotary Timer Control, Fabric-Formula Drying Guide, Automatic Door Latch and Lighted Backguar;! . . . plus an exclusive written 5-year dryer warranty. Come in and see America's No. 1 dryer . . . several price units to choose from. Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Randy and Davrd. Mrs Emma Hurburt and Hachael, were Sunday call( is in the Clinton Kath home. Mr and Mrs Robert lleifner of Buffalo Center were also visitors. The Marjorie circle of the Pre- syblerian church met in the home ol Hof-'er Jensen. Mrs Art P< i son wave the lesson and Mrs Hussel Jensen was a guest. The Dteemher nvetiiu; will be in the home of Mrs Dennis Priebe. It will be Pol hick. The members h.-:ve been asked to each bring a f>()c HI ft. Mr and Mrs Frank Flnig were Sunday r\ ruins; callers .in the Hi an Jerfjenson home in Algona. Hoy Donavan of Bellingham, Wash, visited Thursday, Friday | and Saturday in the Neva Thompson. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Mr and Mrs Waller Thompson homes. Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny visited in the R. F. Laabs home in Fenton Wednesday. Henry Petersen and Seena C'hnsten-en of Litchfield. Neb. visited Wednesday and Thursday and left for home Friday afternoon after visiting in the Carl Pi tersen home. Grace circle met in the Milton Madison home. Mrs Mervvyn Hurlburt presented the lesson. Mrs Milton Madison presented devotions. The circle will have a L'ift exchange .it the Walter Thompson home Dee. 15. The Fenton Homemakers Club met in the Ed Bruhn home in Fenton Nov. 18. Mrs Art Priebe of Lone Rock attended. Mrs Grace Ramns of Algona spent last week in the Leo Ramus home in Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Geitzon- auer were hosts to eight men from Fort Dodge on opening day of pheasant hunting. Mr and Mrs William Baird and Jim of El Cajon, Cal. spent a few days visiting in the home of Mr and Mrs Dclmar Fischer. The Romaine circle of the Presbyterian church met in the Edith Cotton home with Neva Thompson as co-hostess. Mrs Art Priebe presented h Isson. Mrs Elmer Krausc and Mrs Art Priebe attended an extension lesson at Bancroft. S. M. Orvick of Elmore visited in the Walter Thompson home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey, Mr and Mrs Wayne Ditsworth and Jay of Britt were guests in the Walter Thompson home Sunday. Henry Kueck of Algona and Mrs Bernard Jensen of Clarion were Tuesday callers in the Walter Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson ind family were Sunday guests n the Ed Larsen home, Burt. The group celebrated Mr Laren's birthday. Sunday guests in the Gerald Angus home honoring Mr and Vtrs Gerald Clement and Mrs Blanche Clement of Heddinger, ST. D. were Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona, Mr and Mrs Harold Angus, Mrs Charles Clement of Algona and Mr and Mrs Bob Obicrman and children of Clear Lake. Afternoon callers were Mrs Ray Guy of Renwick and Mr and Mrs Joe Crossley and children of Hardy. No. 2 Universal Gas Range For the freshest ideas in gas ranges, see Universal ranges now at North Central Public Service Co. . . . you'll get the burner with a brain, the double duty burners, automatic roast guide, smoke-proof, flare-proof broiling, air-conditioned baking and a host of other conveniences that make Universal your best buy . . . many on the floor to choose from at fine trade-in prices. Stop in this week. No. 3 Give Her a "GAS LIGHT" What better time to light your yard, front entry or backyard patio than with a Gas Light from North Central Public Service ... it will give your home a festive air and will provide you with wonderful light for patio picnics and barbequing next summer . . . costs only a few | pennies a week to use . . . ask us about one for the home this Christmas. Fort Dodge Man Bound Over On Check Charges William G. Ashley, Fort Dodge, was bound over to district court following a preliminary hearing on a charge of falsely drawing and uttering a bank check in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court here last week. The check, for $25, was cashed at the Chrome Service station north of Algona. Bond in the matter was set at $1,000. An Illinois pheasant hunter, George R. Specht, Peoria, was fined $100 and costs, possession of a hen pheasant; Roger L Brekke, Fairmont, $25 and costs, hunting without a license; Evan B. Humphrey, Des Moines, $8 and costs night speeding; Robert A. Hogan. Whittemore, $10 and costs, allowing an unauthorized minor to drive; and Robert K. Hogan, Whittemore, $5 and costs, no operator's license, in other eases heard by Ostwmkle this week. See these Gas Appliances at... NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-24*4 "YOUR GAS COMPANY" ALGONA Britt Driver Is Charged After Recent Crash John P. Reinken, 22, Britt, was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle following a one-car crash two miles north and one east of Algona Nov. 19 at 11:30 p.m. An Emmclsburg girl, Joy Hanson, 19, suffered bruises and was treated, then released at St. Ann hospital. The Reinken auto was headed east on a county road at the time. According to Patrolman Dick Pedersen who investigated, Reinken missed a curve in the road, the auto slammed into a ditch and overturned. There was no estimate of damage to the auto. * V •^ CARROT John Van Dalen, of Albia, re- ently pulled a carrot from his arden that weighed seven pounds. It was 18 inches in circumference. "You know... that does make sense... ... if curling the dough kneads it better, Butternut Bread would be more tender." You've got the ideal Yea, Butternut tender-curls the dough, stretches the bread-cells. Makes it tender. Presses out air bubbles, the bread stays fresher. Gives it a smoother, more even texture. And the extra baking time this new loaf gets gives it a better flavor. No, we haven't changed the fine Butternut recipe. Everything's the same except the curl. That's the trick! This TENDR-KURL* method does good things for bread. Now it's COPYftlOHT UfO. INTCIMTAT* SAKIKIII COUP. LAYERS TOP OFFICIAL IOWA EGG TEST • First In Egg Production r • Top Adult Livability ''i* • Smallest Body Weight I • Second In Egg Size AND FIRST IN PERFORMANCE INDEXI Here's profitable advice to poultrymen, "If eggs are your business, make Hy-Line your chick." Year-after-year, Hy-Line layer* give you consistent top-level performance. For proof, aee the results of the latest Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Teat, supervised by the Iowa Poultry Improve* tnent Supervisory Board. Sixteen well-known U. S. breed- era entered their best birds. Not just 50 or 100 pullets! The Iowa test ending in I960 involved 950 pullet chicks per entry—each tested at 4 different farm* in the atate. For the paat three yean, Hy-Line layer* have led all entries in thie moat important test. Again thia 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 teat, • big feed-saving factor. Yet, when compared to the average of all antrias, the Hy-Line 934 Series layer averaged! 42 nor* eggs per pullet housed.. • 1 Ib. heavier egg weight per case... lew thu half the laving house mortality* Thia 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, egg production, egg weight, and laying house livability. Roughly, tht> "performance index" measures the difference in income) ever feed cost per bird between the entries even though) •ctual income and coat records wen not kept. For three years in a row, Hy-Llne entries have produced the top performance index .in the Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Test. Consistent, year-after-year performance gives poultrymen top. profit opportunities. 80 "If eggs an your business, make Hy-Line your chick.* Put Hy-Line 934 Series clacks under your brooder next spring, in your laying house next •fall. 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 WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - PHONE 4161 ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore r1* firth,»,

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