The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 22
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** I •» i" II- ia*elhoff, Susan Bravender, Caren Rttmse, Connie Opsal, Jer» aid ^lugef-, RonnFe LJnde, David Schaeffer and Jim Hardt; girl's sextet A, Caren Ramse, Linda Weber, Janet Walker, Evelyrt Mino, Dorothy Blair and Joan Henrichsen; girls sextet 3, Bever* y Thorsen, Judy Hurlburt, Lynette Lund. Pam Fagerlund, Wallis Kay Reynolds and Mary Ann Hazelhoff, Those who accompanied the solos and groups on the piano were Wallis Kay Reynolds, Jim Hardt, Ronnie Linde, Linda Weber, Mrs Franks, Bob Gardner, Evelyn Mino and Mary Ann Hazelhoff. The vocal istructor is Mrs Edith Basch and instrumental instructor is Mr Loclchardt. Mr 6-Alpefta (Id.) Upptf D«t Motn* TTiursday, April 53, HSweaCity Musicians Get High Ratings &#*a Ciiy — The State Music contest, class C, for solos and ensembles was held at Garner April 10-11. Swea City entered 32 contestants and 22 received divsion 1 ratings and 6 placed 2nd. Those in instrumental solos receiving a 1 were: piano, Mary Ann Hazelhoff: clarinet, Beverly Thorsen; bell lyre, Judy Pulver; flute.Janet Walker; saVaphone, Bob Gardner; snare drum, Carmen Larson; receiving a 2 rating was Maurice Anderson, baritone The group ensembles receiving a 1 rating were saxaphonc sextet- te, Mary Ann Hazelhoff, Bob Gardner, Pam Fagerlund, Twila Pulver, Mollie Hazelhoff and Linda Weber; trumpet trio, Larry Franks, Ricky Seylar and Monte Snyder; trombone quartette, Free Seylar, Connie Opsal, Davit Schaeffer and Gary Larson anc clarinet quartette, Beverly Thpr- soh, Carol Larsen, Evelyn Mino and Lorraine Moellering received a 2. Voice solos receiving 1 ratings were Joan Henrichsen, Caren Ramse, Connie Opsal, Mary Ann Hazelhoff, Janet Walker, Susan Bravender, Linda Weber, Gary Larson. Those receiving a 2 rating, David Schaeffer, Ronnie Linde, Fred Seylar and Jim HardL The group ensembles wera boy's quartet, Glendon Peterson, Fred Seylar, Gary Larson, Larry Franks; boy's double quartet, Glendon Peterson, Gary Larson, Fred Seylar, Larry Franks, Larry Simmonsmiei-, David Schaeffer, Bob Gardner and Jerald Kluger; mixed double quartet, Mary Ann and Mrs Cecil Godfredson wore honored with a dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz Monday evening in observance of their silver wedding anniversary, which will be May 31. Those helping with the dinner and attending were the couple's mothers, Mrs Cora Stow of Burt and Mrs Nels Godfredson, their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson, Douglas and Lewis and their brothers and, sisters; Donald Stow of Pensacola, Florida. Mrs Clifford Parish of Louisville, Kentucky, Mr and Mrs Wiilard Stow and Pamela of HumboJdt, Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben, Suzanne, Kathleen and Joy Linn of Algona and Mr and Mrs Edward Godfredson. Th'err "Other daughter, Mrs C. K. Myers of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, was unable to attend. Algona Sailor To Get Alaska Duty Terry McGuire, above, son of Mr and Mrs, John T. McGuire, Algona, recently returned to Port Hueneme, Calif, naval base following a month's leave here. He expects to be transferred to Alaska for six months. Terry i with a Mobile Construction Battalion and has been in the navy for two .years, including a year's hitch on Guam. (Nels Isaacson Photo - UDM Engraving) Voters ; OK $ 5 O r 000 Bonds Is- Lakota school district friday passed a $50,000 bond ue by 194 to 32. The money will be used to increase the widths of classrooms h a new high School building. EJonds of $250,000 fot that build- ng had been approved Sept. 8, 1958. The additional width re*' commended by trie county superintendent of schools office plus equipping some of the rooms Will cost an additional $60,000. 7 Fined Here In J.P. Court THOUSANDS CHOOSE HOMES for quality, reputation, price and financing The Morning Star 24'x48' with S'x24' L Tho Californian 26'x48' with 22'x22' double garage PRICES FROM $3489 Cuttom-Bullt on your lot and foundation by our union carpenters-— FRHGHT PAID onywhorot Any size and style home you want Most liberal home finance plans in America. Low monthly payments at simple Interest Financing can include plumbing, heating and kitchen cabinets. SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS! 100's OF PLANS OR USE YOURS FINANCING FOR EVERYONEI Writ* or tall for your local nprmnlalhft CAPP-HOMES, 4721 E. 14th St., D.pJ. D«l Motnel 13, Iowa Your- represenlaiive is J. H 'Sweet, 1728 2nd Ave., So., Ft. Dodge, Phone 4-1273. Early Warning Storage Space Kossuth county farmers were advised this week by the county ASC office to check up on their storage space. '; Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the county ASC committee, explained that the government's price-support programs m,e_ans nothing to the farmer who does not have adequate facilities "ftv which to store his crops.- -The first requirements to obtain price support, he said, is that the commodity be stored in an acceptable farm structure or in a commercial warehouse. Good storage is also essential for the use of the purchase agreement form of price support since 'the covered commodity must meet certain quality requirements to be eligible for acceptance by the government. To help farmers meet their grain storage needs, government loans are , available through county ASC offices to assist in financing on-farm cribs arid bins/ The loans may be .for as much as 80% of the total cost, draw 4%' interest, and are repayable in four annual installments. . Complete information on "farm storage facility loans may bo obtained at the Kossuth County ASC office in Algona. Hormel Using Humane Process Seven persons • paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week for a variety, of viola" tions. Three paid fines for speeding at night. They were Dennis J. Kennedy, Armstrong, $10 and costs; Richard R. Sarchet, Algo-' na, $9 and costs; and Paul M. Westerlund, Bancroft, $8 and costs. The latter also was fined $5 and costs for going through a stop sign. Eugene J. Kollasch, Bode, was fined $10 and costs for drinking beer on the highway; and Larry G. Bonnette, Nels P. Isaacson and Angeline M. Johnson, all from Algona, each paid $5 and costs for no valid operator's license. MrsBebo,79, Dies In Minn. • Funeral services for Mrs Mattin Bebo, 79, former Kossuth County resident, were held Tuesday afternoon at Rush City, Minn. Burial was at Braham, 'Minn. Mrs Bebo died April 10 after 6 short illness. -She had been in poor health for the past several vest's She was-born Ida M. Fessel at Orion, Wisconsin, arid with her husband came to St, Benedict in 1907. They later lived in Algona until 1922 and then irt Burt and Lakota. In 1938 they moVed to Minnesotd, farm-ing near Braham until 1948 when they retired and moved to Rush City, Mr anc Mrs Bebo were the parents r of 12 children. , Surviving are the husband Martin, five daughters, Mrs Erman (Ada) Hanson, Algona, Mrs Wilbur (Violet) Palmer, Braham Mrs Ernest (Augusta) Kinnetz Calmer, Mrs J&hn (Emma) Nord Vision is definitely affected by glasses, especially after, they have been filled and emptied several times. — Empire. • Joseph <Srand- Hefnilffi * 4ftd , HeMy; , ffim&m; Afibka, Mirth; A son, died in;i954. , Aprii il &ae Vinnie ...„ _ Kfiytodrtd boy t 644%* ! HOSPITALS April 7 — Mary, L Liverrnore. medical; Mrs Thornast Buscner, Algona, 1 'boy, 8, Aril 8 *j- F. W. Baurh, Lakota,' tnedical; Mrs tfon, McGuire, Algona, medicalj , Mrs . F r a n k I Cruikshank, Algona, surgery; Mrs! Eldon Means, -Whittefnofe,,. med- leal. ' - , , April & »* Wallace Hill, Algona, medical; Mrs ..Nellie Van Allen, I Algonaf -medical; Mrs ,Nettie Fisher, Burt, medical; Mrs James Kelso, Algona, surgery; Mrs Bernard Carpenter, Bancroft | S^lir i.v.*»**-.-~v ~ gj m «»:&«', *.. v _^ . gn.fi H fa • H Si il3l &<*-• r» SSlsiJl . . , April 10 — Michael Schneider, Bode, T & A; August Huenhold, Algona, medical; Mrs Anna Blu- Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain, rfew V<-rk, N. Y. (9p«l«l) — For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the,astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. t . In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results Wer« BO -thorough that sufferers marie astonishing statements like ."Pita 'have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne«)—discovery of a world-fatuous research institute. This Substance,is now available in tuppotildry or ointment form under the nAmv Preparation'H.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. *R«sc. U. S. P»t. 0«. PROTECT YOUR CROP INCOME AGAINST HAIL AND FIRE LQSS A sudden tail storm can destroy your crops, Protect your iricome with low cost, dependable Farmers Mutual Hall Insurance, Contact your local agent or write'todayt Bohctnnon Insurance Service 6 No. Dodge ALGONA CY 4-4443 HOME 2323 GRAND A VS. DES MOINES, IOWA The Hormel company of Austin, Minn, became'the first packing house .with nationwide distribution to receive the American Humane Association's seal of approval for humane processing of all major food animals. The presentation was made at the spring board meeting by Charles W. Friedrich, president of the association, and accepted by M. B. Thompson, executive vice president of Geo. A'. Hormel & •Co./' •• •'. ..-, ;:• .;••;• • "One of the most outstanding contributions to humane slaughter methods was made by George A. Hormel & Co. when it developed and 'installed the first carbon dioxide immobilization chamber for hogs in 1952," said Mr Friedrich. , , .. .. . The Hormel company March 24 last completed facilities by which lamb and calves were given anesthesia before shackling and dispatching. It 'pioneered this method with hogs in 1952, first in, the world to do ,so. It began to use. the bolt gun for stunning cattle in 1957. Women not only drive as well as men, they can do it on either side of the road. — Bearing Specialist. -BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash PIONEER Hybrids Bring Better Living To Farm Families PIONEER THIS SPRING • HIGHER YIELDS • Fewer Dropped Ears • EASIER PICKING • More Profit Per Acre t i I, Mqwdsley , Algona * \ t , ( *us$y ___ T ,,, ... Algona t7JS| fthhfen I,,,..™,™,:.,... Swea City ""^rii lA'i,*' ""' T * " ** * ^^altjw' Vwdi * r ,~* ;r .^^^ i Whittemore f pbi i}i|w r 'jPr^uf ft' W™,-™^ Wtsley ,,.,,„,, ., T jrlp«il Pioneer Salesman «S^' 1 V- '* ;/ s V* • * Mr and Mrs Darr'ell. McFarland and son of Newton were recent Sunday visitors at the G. O. McFarland's. Others there were Mr and Mrs Darrell Davis of Davenport, the Cecil L,ongs, Lawrence Riedels and Mr and Mrs Bjustrom of Algona. 'Mr and Mrs Leslie Graham-of Marshalltown spent the weekend with the former's parents, the J. D. Grahams. Others of the Graham families who were home home for Sunday were Mr and Mrs Christy Olson and four children of Blooming Prairie, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Mitchell and family of Austin, Minn. Also on* Sunday the John Emmerts family of Mason City decided to spend the day with her parents. Mr and Mrs Glenn Graham and Gary, Algona, were also with the group. The Kenneth Grahams of Mason City were with his parents Friday night. Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Howard had Sunday guests as follows: Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion and Mr and Mrs Seib Behrends and daughter of Humboldt. The women called at the Stow home, at the Button observance at the church and at the Carrie Larsons. Mrs Hobson is a -sister of Mrs Larson and Mrs Sigsbee. • • Mr and Mrs Arnold Clark and daughters of Akron were at the home of Mrs Elsie Lockwood Sunday. The Burt Woman's Club met I April 13 with Elva Boettcher, with Marlene Stenzel assisting hostess. News given by Helen Smith; folk songs by Rowena Ryerson, with slides by Mr and Mrs Ryerson; music by Joyce Crosby and Ruth Hodgson; and Elsie Lockwood gave a review. A committee from the club attended the city council meeting last week and discussed future improvements, centering around the present town park/Bite. The club is interested and willing to assist< in 1 andscaping said grounds, in picnic equipment and play ground furnishings & aiding with a new 'bancf shell, also in the removal of the old library building. > Mr and Mrs E.. P. Frederick' son were Sunday guests at the Wm. M. Anderson home in Al<- gona, . & School Board Meets Members of the board of the Algona Community School District will meet with Supt. O. 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