The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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JaneWoltzIs Recent Shower Honoree, Burl Burl —- Jnno Wollz w,-ix honor- f'd willi !i pro-miptiii] bridjil .shower .-it (ho Hurt. Presbyterian church, roomily. The Rin-sls were- registered by Pally Long, ;i chissmiite. Mnriiin .West ling presented the following progr.-im: Voi-;il mimbc-ra by five clnss- mnles. pinno solo' by Dc;inn;i Herniiu, rcndings by Mnybellino Lnvslad, inspirational ineditn- lions were Riven liy an aunt of the honored guest, Mrs Donald JliiiRsdorf. Mrs Donald Ringsdorf poured. Jane was ns.sisti.-ct in opening her many Rifts by her sister, Judy Wubben, by her friend, Carole Wiener. • i «44H Hostesses were the Mesdames June Presthus, Mai-y Hell) Hamilton, Viola Cunningham, Arlene Marlow, Ila/.el Stevens, Eva Sbipler, Ila/el Stevens, Thelnia Lappe, Velma Cook, Phyllis Weiner, Rose McGuire, ' Marlene Woltz, Dorolhy McFarland, Charlotte Baldwin. Benita Mile-bell. Maybellinc Lovslad, Marian Westling, Marge Lavren/., Grace Ackerman, Lyclia Manus, Helen Johnson, Ethel Drommel, Ruth Peterson, Dorolhy Bernau and Ruth LOUR. Jane, who is me daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Woltz been me Die bride of Larry Kauffman. son of Mr and Mrs Earl Kaufman, Swea City, Sat Nov Wed 25 Years • The children of Mr and Mrs Fred Davis were hosts at an open bouse observance of the 25th wedding anniversary of their parents at the Methodist churcb Sunday afternoon. Registering the many relatives *nd friends who came lo call was Mrs Darrell Davis. Vicki Koest- ler nnrl Thilh Harms were in charge of tin.- gm table. Presiding at the Tea lable was Mrs Davis' sister, Mrs John Buscher. Iowa Falls, who poured und Mrs George Koestler. Waitresses were Dorolhy Campney and Helen Harms. Kile-hen hostesses wore Mrs Walter Campney, Mis Harold Campney, Ida Mae MaeVay, Mrs Glenn Teeter. Mrs Milfred Smith and Mrs Darrell McFarland. Present al memorable occasion were Mr Davis' mother, Mrs Art Davis Laurens, and Mfs Davis' parents, IVir and Mrs O. A. Campney. The Davis' three sons, Darrell, LeRoy and Garry Leo planned the observance. Blue Birds Meet The Burl Blue Birds met al. the home of Hose Ella Kohler Nov. 12. Roll call was answered by 10 members. Plans were made for the annual Christmas meeting. It was voted to have a 50c gift exchange. The Mothers will be guests. Susan Lovslad, Jane Mitchell, & Pat Schwietert wort: appointed a committee to purchase gifts for the Mothers. The girl also voted to invite the Boys 4 H'ers to go caroling with them and join them at a party following the enrolling Dec. 15. Carole Wiener, Jane Black, Evelyn Cherland and Judy Spry were chosen to serve on the games committee and Jo Ann Ackerman, Judy Cherland, Janice Abbas, anct Jane Mitchell will be in charge of the food. Talks were given by Jo Ann Ackerman and Judy Abbas. Judy Cherland and Janice Abbas gave a demonstration. Christinas Party The V.F.W. and Auxiliary members met at ~ie hall Tuesday evening, Nov. 15. The members of the auxiliary voted to give $2 to the Christmas Seal fund, —ti $5.00 to the burl Lions Club ^r the Annual Christmas Day for Burl area children. Saturday, Dec. 20th is the date set for the annual Christmas party beginning with a 7 o'clock dinner al which .i\c past members and families will be guests. There 1 is to be a 50c gift exchange. < Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. (Sprol.l) _ For the first time science hns found a new heiilinj; substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve piiin — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all-result! wer« , •o thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem I" The secret js a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)-discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In tuppository or ointment 'form under the name Preparation £•. At ill drug counter*. ' ' The Goodwill Trurk will bo in Hurt Wednesday, Nov. 23. Container bags may be obtained from Mrs George Hawcotl and should be relumed tbere bofo|c Wednesday. Mrs F. L. Pratt is spending several weeks visiting at the home of her daughter and family at the Ronald Elvidges at Colesburg and with relatives at Peoria and Freeport, III. Mr and Mrs Bob Lewis and family of Westsiac, former Hurl residents, were weekend guests in the Bruce Graham Iiome. They were accompanied back lo Westside 'by their little son, Donnie, who was cared for in the Graham home for thu past month. Frank Tellier. V.jral conservation officer and Harold Burgess made a business trip to the Swan Lake Refuge near Chilli- eolhe, Mo. Tuesduy and Wednesday. Larry Holding i«?cenlly resigned his position with Consolidated Coperatives Creamery and has accepted a position with the Borden company as n route man. Recent guests at the C. B. Chipman home were Mr and Mrs Willis and Billy of Milwaukee, Wis.. Mr and Mrs Myron Chipmnn, Ames and Mr and Mrs Allen Laird, Wisconsin. Eight members of the T. N. T. Club galhered for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Beth Miller in honor of her birthday. Hostesses were Elsie Lockwood and Esther Sorcnson. Saturday supper guests and evening visitors «i Ihc home of Mr and Mrs Frank Tellier were Mr and Mrs C. W. Hamand, Sac City, Mr and Mrs George Wolcott. Bradgale and Mr and Mrs Leonard Litdsey, Pocahontas. Mr and Mrs Paul Olson, Blue Earth, were Sunday evening supper guests al the home of their daughter and family, the Larry Holdings. Mr and Mrs Eu Krohnbcrg and LaMayne, Kiesler, Minn., were Friday evening visitors al Ihe Al Hinckley home. . Jack Nauman, Augusla, Wise, is spending Iwo weeks with rc- iatlves and friends in Burl. Harold Halt, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., spent the weekend and with his parcnls, Mr and Mrs William Ball. Mr and Mrs C. W. Hamand, Sac Cily, were weekend guesls al Ihe Frank Tellier home. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell were Sunday guesls al Ihe Will Weeks home al Browusvalley, .Minn They were accompanied by Mrs Mitchell's parents, Mr and Mrs L. C. Williams of Welcome, who plan to visil al Ihe Weeks home .•two weeks. Mr and Mrs Ladell Olson, Minneapolis, and Mrs Helene Jenlz Fenton, were Saturday/, guests at the Larry Holding home. -- Judy Volentine, Omaho, is spending a tveek with her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Albeit Volentine and friends. Mr and Mrs Owen Hopkins, Frederieksburg. spent the weekend with Mrs Ho,,urns' sister and husband, Ihe .1. L. Millf-rs. Al Hinckley and Marilyn, Oakdale. Larry Hineklfy. Rapid Cily. So. Dak.. Judy Hinekley. Indianola. and Canlyn Ifinekley, Sioux City, spool the weekend at their home here. Mr and Mrs Wallace Haweotl and Kenneth, Mrs George Haw- cotl, and Mrs Bertha Wallace spent Sunday with Mrs Wallace's sons and families, Mason City. Boyd Shipler. a freshman 'at Mankato State Tracher's C.'ullegr. spent the weekend with his parents, the Earl Shiplers. He accompanied Mr ,-md Mrs David Stewart who visited with their parents, the Webb Stewarts, and the Loyola O'Briens, Alt.'ona. afternoon while installing fans in coin Inns at a site in Gruver. One of the fans fell from the top of a bin striking him in the fae". His glasses were broken" find an arlery -.vas severed. lie wa« taken to an Esthervillo doctin':: office \vhere three stitches were required to close the wound. He i eturned to work Thill: rl.iv. Award Night For 4-H Clubs Aw.ird nigh was held for the Union, fresco, and U-Go-I-Go 4-11 dubs recently at the V.F.W. Ha!!. Avis Lotion presented club members with the awards. U-Go- I-Gi) club members receiving awards were Zulabel Ankenbauer, Marlys Luplu-.-,, Juanita Meyer, Maureen O'Brien, Cheryl Carr, Gloria Joseph, K ,11 h y Joseph and Darla Carr received pold seals for re.cord book completion. Zulabel Ankenbauer, Marlys Lupkes, Maureen O'Brien received pens for a special record book award. Zulabel Ankenbauer received long time record book award. The club also received a seal. For entertainment the clubs put on an old time style .show. Lotts Creek Awards Lolls Creek Leaders held A want Night, November 14. A committee was appointed to make final plans for the Christmas party. Inose receiving awards were: Kenneth BJ-rstedl, Charles Bierstedt, Mark Bierstedt, George Bierstedt and Virgean Bierstedt. Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper D«* Mo»rtt»~i Dl..~. f*~~-.L, ClU. Diane Bode and Ruth BenSChO* num creek thte t ,,, C . IV(1 f |,, miinslra ti 0 n«. The Plum Creek Elite 4-H T iiks were Riven by Peg KeHh Club met Saturday, November and Jean Keith. Guest mother 12. al the home of Ann Wilson, was Mt H.iymond Walker. Wins Pork Honor For Production Robert Fuerstenau of Lone Rock. Iowa has been named Champion Pork Producer of Kossuth County, it was announced today by Farmers Hybrid Hogs of Hampton, Iowa, sponsors ot the National Champion Pork Producers Contest. Mr Fuerstennu's records thai brought this honor to him show the combination of good breeding, feeding and management, and disease and parasite control jrnclices in bis hog production jrogram. Fuerstenau's record was judg- d best in the county with 105 iigs raised from 18 sows, for an iverage of 9.17 pigs per litter, with a gain of 1.7 pounds per clay "rom birth lo market A personalized, engraved plaque was awarded to Mr Fuers- enau at the Champions' Recognition Dinner, held on the Iowa State University Campus at Ames. Armstrong Man Struck By Fan Walter strong, was Berggrcn. injured 34, Arm- Wednesday NOTICE OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR MEETING NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION: TO THE MEMBERS OF SAID ASSOCIATION (ALL RESIDENTS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY ARE MEMBERS), YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT ON .... DECEMBER 5, 1960 AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. AT THE COURTHOUSE ASSEMBLY ROOM IN ALGONA, IOWA, THE ANNUAL MEETING OF SAID ASSOCIATION IS TO BE HELD. THE PURPOSE OF THIS MEETING IS TO TRANSACT SUCH BUSINESS AS MAY REGULARLY COME BEFORE IT, INCLUDING THE ELECTION OF THREE DIRECTORS. THE DIRECTORS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE ARE DAVID BERNHARD, BODE, IA.: LOUIS BARTLETT, TITINKA, IA.: AND LOUIS REILLY, ALGONA, IOWA. VERN L. McCLURE, SECRETARY KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSN. DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's Office CY 4-3373 Home CY 4-4836 ALGONA Land Bank Man —wants to be of service fo you! Let the Land Bank Man show you you can make use of a low-payment, long-term Federal Land Bank Loan on your land to pay debts, buy land, make improvements, and for other purposes. And remember—A Land Bank Loan can always be paid in advance without penalty. E. H. HUTCHINS, Manager FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION (South of Penneys in Algona) — Box 670 Mondays and Wednesdays, Best For Office Calls Drive Easy way to do your new-car sampling— WKSTINGHOUSK Rameless Electric Water Heater YOU LIVE BETTER... £/ectr/ca//y L ,>U^^^^W^^ •• , !._., „-: JL -ai.._ ''L j SO SAFE FOR YOUR FAMILY A flameless electric water heater! So CLEAN — no grimy film - no fumes or odors. It no vents or ducts — you can install it Anywhere. It's fast - safe - clean because it's flameless! START AS LOW AS $ IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHTS POWER wwj once around the block at your t dealers one-stop shopping center! Sf • •"'' Just drop in and take a drive in one of the 30 spanking new '61 models your Chivy dealer now offers under the same roof. With every drive, your dealer is giving away free Dinah Shore Christmas records while they last. So hurry! And you'll find that here's the easy, one-stop way to shop for the car you want. There's a model to suit almost any taste or need—at a price to suit almost any budget. There's a whole crew of new Chevy Corvairs, including four family-lovin' wagons. New Biscaynes—the lowest priced full-size Chevrolets. Popular Bel Airs. Sumptuous Impalas. And America's only true sports car—the Corvette. Come on in and pick your new car the easy way—on a one-stop shopping tour! New '61 Chevrolet IMPALA SPORT SEDAN You'll see five models in the '61 Impala series—the most elegant Chevlei of all. They're sensationally sensible from their more parkable out size to their remarkably roomy in size. And note that trim new roof line. New lower priced '61 CORVAIR 500 CLUB COUPE See what Corvair's got in store for you in '61! Thriftier aedana and eoupea with nearly 12% more room up front for luggage. That rear engine'g spunkier, too, with a gas-saving new axlt ratio to go with it. New '61 Chevrolet 2-DOOR BEL AIR SEDAN These beautiful Bel Airs, priced just above the thriftiest full-size Chevies, bring you newness you can use. Roomier dimensions reach right back to the easier loading trunk that lets you pile baggage 15% higher. New '61 Corvair 700 LAKEWOOD STATION WAGON There'a room for almost everything but antifreeze in these new one- and-only 6-pauenger Lakewoods. And they're the only wagons with lockabl* trunk under tht hood. Be sure to see the new Greenbriers, too. ••••«•••••••••«••••*•»••••<••»».....•.•..............,,,,,.,,,,,,,, New '61 Chevrolet 2-DOOR BISCAYNE 6 NOW-Big-Car Comfort at Small-Car Prices These new Biscayne 6's*—the lowest priced full-siz« Chevrolet*—let you save money in a big way, yet give you • full measure of Chevy's new roominess—such things a> higher easy chair seats, larger door openings, more leg room io (root, mor« foot room in the rear. 'Alto tvMlaUt M YD modeto Set the Greatest Snow on Worth at Your Chevrolet Dealer's 108 South Hall Street KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY Algona, Iowa CY 4-3554

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