The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1959
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(la.) Upp»r Pet Molnw Thursday, Algono Girl Candidate For Homecoming Queen Hobby Show Is Big Hit Here Hobbies, from Christmas cards to chair caneing, were on display at the annual holiday show Friday at the Algona hotel. The show was sponsored by the fart" ily living extension program of the Farm Bureau. Hobbies were selected for the show to provide incentive for seeking a hobby or craft for oneself and as possibilities for family fun. Mrs H. S. Montgomery, Mrs W. K. Ferguson, Mrs Quentin Bjust- rorn, Mrs Raymond Reid, Mrs Willis Cotton, Louise Skow and Mavis Nygaard were among those who demonstrated various hobbies to visitors. • i Mrs D P. Smith, Algona, received the door prize?, a dried flower arrangement made by Mrs Montgomery. . An Algona girl is one of the finalists in the contest for Homecoming Queen at Iowa State Teachers College. Ten finalists were chosen from among 39 nominated. The winner will be named this Saturday at Homecoming at I.S.T.C. _, At the right, in the front row, is Patricia Thompson "Of Algona, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Thompson, with five of the other finalists, none from this area. (UDM Engraving). Funeral For Mrs Sengbusch Funeral services for Myrtle ( F Sengbusch,;; 64, w'&re held Saturday afternoon at McCulloug 1 !! Funeral Chapel. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike of the Trinity Lutheran church officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers we're, Louis Kelley Ralph Markla, Harvey Johnson George Broesder, Vern Struecker and Les Huff. Mrs Sengibusch died Wednes day, Oct. 14, at her home here She had been an invalid for the past ten years, ' suffering from arthritis., •She was born Myrtle Hauenstein, June 15, 1895 in LaSallc; county, ! 111. and came to Algona n 1931. She was married to William Sengbusch at Sherburn, Minn. June 15, 1915. Surviving are her husband, and .hree sons, George, Malac, Minn., Donald, Laramie, Wyo. -and Richard, Amarillo, Tex. There are four brothers, Raymond Hauenstein, Spirit Lake; Elmer"Hauenstein, Irv'ington; Clifton, Lancaster, Calif.; and Murvin, Emmetsburg; and two sisters, Mrs John (.Leota) Hanselman, ..and Mrs Tom (Katie) Ellefson, ...Jfepth Algona. Algona Student Is Named To State Board Gary Rich, son o« Mr and Mrs John H. Rich, was elected. North Central District representative to the State Board of Student Councils nt a convention at 'Ames Monday. Gary, a junior at Algona high school, is president of his class and a member; of tho local student council. Attending the Ames conference from Algona were faculty advisor, Lylc Alberts, Pat Cowan, Dick Zwicf'cl, Ben ^I&rbst, Gary Rich, Karen Alt and Lee Lawson. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS May we take this opportunity to express our appreciajUon for expressions of sympathy following our recent bereavement. Mr and Mrs Edw. K. Schmidt and family. " 42* CARD Of fHANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and - relatives for the Masses and prayers, flowers, food and other acts of kindness at the time of the death of our husband and father, and especially to the ladies who prepared tho dinner, a very kind "Thank You." The Joe Balk family. 42 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for the cards, gifts and visits during our stay at Hancock Memorial hospital and for the help since our return home. . Mr and Mrs Jim Besch, '; 42* . CARD OF THANKS May I express my grateful appreciation and thanks to friends and. relatives for. their many kindnesses, flowers srnd card; received during my stay in the hospital, also a special thank you to the doctors and iiurses. Henry Kinne. ' : ; 42" of By JOHN PEYTON fig Fat For Jack Spratt Nursery Thymes teethe contrary, some 23 'million Americans — one out of 8 men, women and children ~ between 5 nnd 45—have a perpetual Jean and hungry look and a walk-, ing-stick silhouette. The underweight person has serious psychological and emotional problems—sometimes with an added medical problem. Those considered "skinny" frequently are objects of derision and on the wrong end of , jokes. •Today, doctors know that in most cases excessive thinnesg can be easily and pi e a s antly solved, thanks to the development of a highly palatable calorie- loaded food supplement known as Lipomul. Results The frenzied parent no longer frets ,«t Junior who doesn't gain, no matter what Mother feeds Jiiin. She fortifies him instead with tablespoons of creamy, delicately- flavored Lipomul. Lipomul was developed by The Upjohn Company to correct calorie shortages and the nutritional problems these shortages created in patients with disorders of the digestive tract or severe diseases. These patients needed calories to 'live but were too ill to eat. Astounding results with these ailing persons soon brought wide acceptance for the food supplement. Soon, it was discovered that it was equally effective for healthy people who were underweight and simply Couldn't gain'an ounce. ' A Harvard, Medical School pliy*, elclau, says it isn't unusual for per- eons who have tried everything and failed to gain weight to put on 5, 10 or even more pounds a. month with such a supplement. In general, he $ays, the a v e r- R g e ' individual v n Q I § • healthy but thin ma; ex* • >' gain « ' for each ChalmerRead New Chairman Of Retail Bureau , Chalmer. F. Read was electee chapman of the retail .bureau of the" Algona .Chamber of C6m- merce Wednesday morning at the bureau's monthly meeting. He fills the vacancy of Charles Williamson who moved to Garner a few weeks ago. Brail Wright served as acting chairman during the past few weeks, . Read is owner of Read's Furniture, which opened in January of 1958. He and Mrs Read moved to Algona from Humboldt. .They are formerly from Brooklyn, Iowa. Retail Bureau plans formulated during the meeting Wednesday included a "Gigantic "Harvest" etail promotion to take place Nov. 6 and 7. Drivers Charged" After Mishaps A charge of failing to yield the right-of-way was filed against. John G. Krdbsbach, 52, Bancroft, following a two-car crash two males north of La,koita on highway 169 Sunday at 2:15 p.m. An auto driven by Krebsbach and a vehicle driven by Richard H. Lewis, 18, Lakota, collided, according to Patrolman Dick Pedersen, who filed the charge and estimated damage to the vehicles at $450. • Autos driven by Mary Rad- maker, Lakota, and John . Wu)b- ben, Buffalo Center, collided on a county gravel road three miles northwest of Buffalo Center at 10.:15, a.m-;,and,v,chargeF of failing to '.'ftaVe^cbntrol-oTE'his vehicle were filed against Wubben. The Wufaben auto hit .the rear of the other machine. Darn- age to the two autos was estimated at $350. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere hanks for all the cards and kind- icss extended to us by our rela- ives and friends during our recent bereavement. Wm. Hannover, Sr. and family. . 42* CARD OF THANKS Words cannotX adequately express our gratitude to those who expressed their symipathy so beautifully at the time of our recent sorrow. May God bless you all. Mrs Paul Parkins and family. 42* Files For Divorce An Algona woman; Elsie Romer, filed a petition,.for divorce in district court here this week. Defendant in the action is Oscar Romer, 1 now serving a sentence for bad checks in'the state penitentiary at Fort Madison. The plaintiff charges • cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple was married in 1937, divorced in 1950 and remarried in 1955. The plaintiff also asks custody of three minor children. Are S.U.I. Models Jeanne Hall and Linda Smith will model suits at the annual style show for freshman and transfer students at the State University of Iowa, Thursday evening, Oct. 22. The Algona girls were chosen from contestants. Miss Hall is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Walt Hall and Miss Smith's parents are Mr and Mrs Craig Smith. Jercjehsbn top Bowler Dean Jergenson tossed the top single line at Algona Lanes this week, a 231 count. Others ovei 200 were Boib 'Mittag 227, Andy Hudson 220, Martin Eischen 213 JSd: Wittkop!, .m 208, :W«itfe> "Vbigt 222,' E. M. 1 ' Olson 203, Loui 225, "••• Jerry Schimmel 203 and, Jake Thilges 201. Game Re-Scheduled The football game between Armstrong" and Swea City, ord- ginally slated for last Friday night, then postponed due to an outbreak of flu at Swea City, has been re-scheduled for Monday night, Nov. 2, ait Swea City. Sifted vegetable ^ Vfhjs *«rr$nt Interest In. « possIM* relationship between iaiinij |«U - «nd oil* and cholesterol in harden* ing gt the arteries .and heajt dls* » «a$e, H la worth noting that the oit ^taNINd'- ' J '^^Tfl'iKkk no [g^ \**L"f> *7T tf.P^RMM .r"~i-rr. •»sr" T •""jl ir".' ft * JiWIiRY Bryant Grades Present Musical Circus The lower elementary grades of Bryant school are presenting a musical circus pageant, "Under the Big Top," Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. in the Bryant auditorium. The cast includes — Tom S.isch, Dean Lowman. Gary Grisham, Kenny Marshall, Dean Smith, Jeanette Abbas, Gary Clark. Susan Buss, David Lowman, Bill Schoby, Dale Briggs, Robbie Reinders, James Stock, Patty Egel, Robbie Claude, Linda Long and Billie Winter. * , The circus is directed by Mrs Lilliace Sefrit assisted by Mrs Ruth McVay, Mrs Moria Bonack- ec, Mrs Clare Wolcott, Karen Sayldr, • Mrs Florence Larson Janet Kimmel, Mrs June Carson and W. A. McBride, principal. Loses Two Fingers Swea City — Wallace Schaeffer entered -.the' Lutheran Hospital at Fort Dodge last Monday evening and had surgery Tuesday for amputation of two ingers of the left hand. Mr fthaeffer caught his hand in an xhaust fan last summer and the ipgers had not, properly healed. Home Industries Fair Hobbies fpr fun and protit were demonstrated Monday evening at a Home Industries Fail at the high school Annex. The event a'as sponsored by the Al gona jHEsderatqd Woman's Club and arrangements were in charge of Mrs J. B. Asa and Mrs Johi S. Thompson. Mrs L. J. Malueg presided at , a ghovt busines meeting. Halloween Party Set The ^nnugl Lions C^ub Hallo een R#Hy will be held Saturday Oct. 31. EJrner Wacker and Puun terson pro £o-chairmen in charge. Jvenis this year will include the s^l, CfiStume parade down state «tre'et,. jydgwg. games, andre- freah.nAen^ at ihe Athletic Pirk, plus 'a new touch. Older youngsters wiU toave a window INTEREST TRADE YOUR TRACTOR NOW FOR AN OLIVER 550 • 660 • 770 • 880 or 990 €> Enjoy The Use of a New Tractor. Full Protection Against Price Increase. > Big Trade-In Allowance For Your Old Equipment Interest Rate of 6% Paid to You Immediately on Your Trade-in or Cash Downpayment Until April 1, 1960, WHILE ENJOYING EASY TERMS ON THE BALANCE. ,, on the Downtown store] windows ail day buKudu). t AIGONA E&OIMIPEF* CWOP» OP AT Ray's Jack Sprat FRESH DRESSED LOIN > BACK FRYING CHICKENS FRESH HOMEMADE PORK SAUSAGE HOME DRESSED ROASTING CHICKENS RAY'S PURE GROUND BEEF BOONE VALLEY JUMBO FRANKS - 59c Pork Cutlets LEAN TRIMMED DECKER'S-READY-TO-EAT BAR-B-Q I RATH S SMOKED RIBLETS L » 49c Summer Sausage Lb i. ' - " RATH'S SLICED Lb. HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT MINCED CORNED BEEF MONARCH PURE VEG. JACK SPRAT PANCAKE RED PONTIAC FRESH JUMBO HEAD LETTUCE 2 For 29t FANCY EATMORE CRANBERRIES Lb.l9c NEW CROP FLORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT.,.. MANDARIN ORANGES 30-Oz. Can 69c JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO Lbs.$l DBS MOINES BLEACH Gal.39c BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR.....4Lbs.49c GOOCH'S BEST FREE I COOK'S RECIP£ BOOK VAL VITA WHOLE APRICOTS V/i CAN THOMPSON SEEDLESS RAISINS FROZEN SNO BOY 6-Oz. Can ORANGE JUICE.....;,': "... . 5 For $1.00 8-OZ. PKG. BISQUICK.. .10c FRESH BULK PITTED DATES ;. .2Lbs.49c •^MMnMPPHMMMMMVMMBMHHMOTMVMmHMHM^ PETER PAN PEANUT BUTTER 12 OZ. JAR BOOTH JUMBO Shrimp 2 Ib. box $1.98 FILLETS PERCH Lb. 29c SUGAR-ADDED CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES. 6Mb. Tin $1.89 BOOTH STRAWBERRIES .......lib. 39c GLACIER ICE CREAM ....„:„.„._;. HalfGalJc

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