The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 3
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33 Garrigon Hi Students Named To Honor Roll A 1'st.il of 33 students worn nnmocl to Iho honor roll for HIP first riunrlrr nt Gnrrifinn high school, Mpfnrrlinfi to Fr. Francis Conw.-iy, supl. The freshmen topprrl Ihr list with 13, while thr seniors plnced 12. Following is a complete list of honor roll students: Seniors — Ruth Ann Klein, Marilyn Hofian, James ErpeklinR, Carol Ciirrcs, Sandra Schneider. Mary .lean Hood, Timothy Lick- tf-iR, Vieki Hansen, Ruth Ann Nelson, Therese Bradley, Mary Ei.nenliacher and carol Flynn. Juniors -— Alice Arndorfer, Mary Reilly, Barbara Vondcr- liaar, Eileen O'Brien. Daniol XaiiRR and Vrrncll LudwiR. Sophomores — Mary Kay Neit- zcl and Kathleen Ilughos.' — William haar, Mary Ziltritsch, Judith Sal/% Jonis Ventoichof, Mnry Illfi, Anita LicktriR, Faith Anne Mortz, Lewis filbert, Elnine Brush, Ava ErpcldinR, Kitn Eisenbnchcr, Judith Bickert and Michele Cns- sel. Cow Test Ass'n November Report Twenty-four herds of milk cows were tested on D. H. I. A. with f)9!) cows in milk, according to Forrest Ilnfbaucr, Swca City, D. II. I A. supervisor. lie reports four herds averaged over 35 Ihs. buttcrfat for the month, they arc owned by Hilbert Biersteclt, Alvin Bot-ttcher, Virgil- Eosrnn, and John Rnger. Lactations completed for the month that wore over 400 Ibs. were cows owned by Laurence Loesehcn — (3), Ralph Walker, Jr. — (1), Leander Menke, Dale Sehroeder, and John Ruger — (2). INSTALLMENT LOANS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR INSTALLMENT LOANS FOR ANY PURPOSE: Automobiles Electrical Appliances Automatic Washers and Dryers Refrigerators Deep Freeze Television Sets Personal Reasonable Interest Rates IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA Sound, Friendly, Efficient Service Member F. D. I. C. Mrs Quintard Named Chairman Cancer Society Joseph Newlin, Armstrong, Is Heart Victim Joseph Clyde Newlin, 50, Arm- stionu, dierl suddenlly at 8:30 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Holy Family hospital in Eslherville. He had been ill from a cold and fin for about a week, but suffered a heart attack at noon and was taken to the hospital. Death was ntUitniterl lo the heai't attack and .'i lung infection. Mr Newlin farmed with his pnrenh, Mr and Mrs Fred C. Newlin, northeast, of Armstrong. ] They arc well-known for raising purebred Hampshire hogs. He V.MS born Feb. 28, 1910, at Allanville. 111., and came with his patents to ('ass county, Iowa, wlii'ir they fanned until moving to this area m 1(145. He attended Mil-nil, at Atlantic, and graduated hum Atlantic high school. Siiivivoi.s besides his parents include: one sister. Pauline, at liume: two brothers, Darrel of and Gene, of Marian. •eded in death by one Hi •.•,-:,•. brother. Services hel.l ai. 2 First Baptist church in Swea City with Hey. Le Floy Carter officiating. Buiial was at H.nrison township cemetery. for Mr Newlin were p.m. Monday at Die Three St. Joe Residents Are Hospitalized St. Joe — Mrs Hosn Slatlel- inan entered St. Joseph's hospital, Fort Dodye, Monday as ,'i medical patient. Richard Kohlhaas enteif'd SI. Joseph's hospital. ?'orl Dodge, the first of the wick and had surgery Tuesday Mrs Harold Thul is a surgical patient in St. Joseph's hospital, havinR undergone surgery Wednesday. Have Baby Daughter Mr and Mrs John Gales are Tuesday, Dee. 6, 1960 Algona (lo.) Upper Des Moln«i-3 parents of a daughter horn Nov. 30 in St. Ann hospital. Algona. Mr and Mrs Ray Gales are the paternal grandparents. Mrs Martin Friders entertained the Farmerette 500 club Wednesday ('Veiling with Mrs Laun nee • Thilg'' 1 ? -as ;i guest. Prizes were received by Mrs William McGnire. Mrs Delmer Plat.hc and Mrs Hay Thik-c-. The club will have their Chri:,lmas party and gift exchange ;it the home of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas Dec. 18. Margaret Rejdmiikr r-nlertain- t-ci her 500 elu 1 ) Thursday afternoon with Fh/.abeth Beiie ;is guest. Receivint: pri/.fs weri 1 Mrs E. J. Gales. Mrs John Thul and Mrs Alphorts Berte. Mrs John Thul entertains the club Dec. 15. liiverclale Rustlers unit I on ft* '2. <I-H clubs will hold their» Chrislmas party and gift exchange Dee. 8. .Hostesses will bf- Mary Sue 7,eimet, Jean Me- " Keown and Marian Kohlhaas. Gefs Scholarship Michael McNrill, Algonn, a student at Iowa State Univeisity, Ames, has been awarded ;\ $300 Sear;-, and Ifncbuck scholarship in agriculture, according to an announcement made during thr> week end. A total of 51 scholarships were announced by the Umver.-itv. MiEfrBrtt^^^ Let's Make Algona Beautiful '25= 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize FOR THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HOME DECORATIONS Let's all put up some kind of decoration for all to enjoy. Make Algona Beautiful. The only entry requirement is that you leave the decorations up until after New Years. Call your entry into one of the following committee members. Beecher Lane, Chr. Pat Montag Tunney Huenhold SPONSORED BY ALGONA KIWANIS CLUB Mrs A. M. Quiniard Twenty residents of Kossuth county met at the Algona Hotel Wednesday evening, Nov. 30, with Mrs Shirley Ann Berg of Cedar Falls, the tield representative of the lowu Division of the Cancer Society. A Kossuth County Chapter v/as organized after a vote was taken to merge the south half and north half or Kossuth into one chapter. Business included the introducing of county officers and presenting each an identification pin. The new Kossulh county chairman is Mrs A. M. Quintard, Algona. Education chairman, Mrs Phil Diamond, Aigona. secretary, Mrs Fred Genrich. Lone Rock and treasurer, Fred Dickmann Alfiona. School Calendar Shows Holiday Begins Dec. 21 The following calendar of important school events at Algona high school was released this week by Supt. O. B. Laing: Dec. 6 — Junior class play. Dec. 12 — Board of education meeting. Dec. 14 — College counselors conference. Dec. 20 — Annual vocal concert. Dec. 21 — Christmas holiday begins, 2 p.m. Jan. 3 — Classes resume. The grade school calendar I looks like this: Dec. 7 — Lucia Wallace program, primary. Dec. 13 — Bertha Godfrey program, afternoon and evening. There will also be regular sessions of the Farmers Evening School Dec. 12 and Dec. 19. They will also resume after the first of the year. Give Her Graham's Famous LORRAINE LINGERIE the glamour gift that's practical too! LORRAINE SLIPS in luxurious and luxurious-feelirn all-white lustrous nylon. Plain tailored wilh adjustable slraps. Sizes 32 to 40 S2i98 and $3.98 LORRAINE GOWNS in shortie, wallz-lenglh or full ankle-lenglh styles. Plain tailored rayons or , fancy trimmed. In Aqua, Rose, Camellia and Blue. S-M-L. $2.98 ,$3,98 LORRAINE PAJAMAS in tailored styles v/ilh piping trim or lacy fcncies — all the famous Lorraine quality! In Aqua, Blue, Rose and Camallia. 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Other officers named were Mrs Glenn Miller, vice president; Mrs Leonard Lecck, secretary; and Dale Hi^gins, treasurer. On the program were Bob Kinseth, Gcraldine Ullmann, Lor- rainc Sleeker, the Barbershop- pers, Ben Pannkux, Mrs Louis Huber, Edwin Eden, Mrs Charles Reed, Mrs Eldon Goeke and Sandra Gartner. St. Ann Program The Sisters of St. Ann Hospital will be host Thursday afternoon at 2:30 to any women interested in learning more about cancer. Mrs Phil Diamond, education chairman of Kossuth County, will present the program. The auxiliary members as well as all women of this area are invited to attend. STORAGF CABINETS, meial, a' tipper L»es Moines. Look what Dodge has done for low-price compacts LAYERS TOP OFFICIAL IOWA EGG TEST • First In Egg Production •Top Adult In/ability • Smallest Body Weight • Second In Egg Size AND FIRST IN PERFORMANCE INDEXI The new Dodge compact, Lancer, is priced right down the line with Comet, Falcon and Corvair. However, Lancer has certain advantages we think you'll like. For instance, the Lancer-6 inclined engine. It's loaded with a very special kind of sizzle. Definitely no weak-' sister. But, with all its spirit it has an unusually light appetite for gasoline. Another thing.' Lancer has a new device called an alternator-generator. It will charge the battery at idle. Make it last much longer than usual. In addition, there's room for a family of six. A fully unitized, rust-proofed body. And just about the best looking interiors you've seen in a dog's a^e. Put ^oui_money_whefe the^sizzle is. Put your money on the new Dodge Laneerj PERCIVAL MOTORS-800 So. Phillips St., Algona, Iowa PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE THE SIZZLE IS! [["DODGE"! Here's profitable advice to poultrymen, "If eggs arc your business, make Hy-Line your chick." Year-after-year, 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 Improvement 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 yean, 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* toe Hy-Line 934 Series layer averaged: 42 more eggs per pullet housed.. • 1 Ib. heavier egg weight per case ... less than half the laying house mortality. This advantage earned Hy-Line 934 Series layers the top performance hide* 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 livabiiity. Roughly, the "performance index" measures the difference in income ever feed cost per bird between the entries even though actual income and cost records were not kept. For three years in a row, Hy-L!ne entries have produced the top performance index .in the Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Test. Consistent, year-after-year performance fives 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 spring, in your laying house next fall. Reap increased profits with Hy-Liiie 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, Fonton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore

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