The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1967 · Page 3
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Allen. C? Y-.CT-.-SOCIETY NEWS FOR RENT GARDEN TILLERS 5V DAY OR HOUR A ,5 O • LAWS ROLLERS « LAWN SEEDERS t FLOOR SANDERS COAST 10 COAST STORES Wolf, Owner Algona AMAZIN RACULOU5! For Pasture ForHay/Haylage For Green Chop ForCover or Plow-Down Strong words— yes! But it takes strong words to describe Agriculture's latest "miracle" crop — DeKalb Budaj: Brand, the original Sorghum-Sudangrau Hybrids. These summer forages have about everything the dairy or livestock man could want in E forage crop. In test after test, they have out-yielded standard Sudangrass by 35-50%. .Extremely tolerant ..to drouth, "Sudax Brand Hybrids -can"T>» grown most anywhere. They are leafy, tasty, high in feed value, and very versatile. Get the M OST from your feed acreage— plant DeKalb Sudax Brand Hybrids. Miracle Crop of the Century Diagram above shows amazing Sudax Brand regrowth in Texas trial. Over 2' & day. "OSKALS" •n'i "SL'OMf ' in Ri}lHti»4 Bund Nmut. ~SX" ttamitrt Hi Virit SEE YOUR DEKALB DEALER SOON: FRED RtCHTER - Led/era HARVEY C. LARSEN - SWEA C!TY FRANK DROESSLIR - BANCROFT HOMER MAT7HIESEN - FENTON RAYMOND OTIS - WESLEY PETER REDING - BODE ALPHONS BERTE - BODE LAWRENCE BESCH - WHITTEMORE GENE HOOD - ALGONA ROLAND BODE - ALGONA ALBERT J. bORMANN - AlGONA IPCi, or Mrs. Rir- Jv heW for s divr . \v^]pnd.in is en- bridcr r.'niV TTmr?- ^':'. wvi S. Ce?«.".;s % j CUt^oljr rturc.ii. oi:?scr- a: iirjirr fi-.Uov.lnf the r::«s vfrf Mr. Ar.i Mrs. Rsir^. Kc.CLVs. j: C-irne-r und AlNrt ?>ot:si. fit>,f : o: Mrs. I'tt, for- ~erl; .x r>^rir.. Since the deiUo: ^s v,ife ^e >.A5 ir.idf his home •-i;. v viruvjs c.Midrer. ar.c; at press r.: is ^iw. the I'its. He is rf covering fr?~ i severe case SON'S CCN7IRM:,r },',r. ar.i Mrs. Vincent Bernardo were hosts a: s. coriirmaUon dinner MarxUv ir. honor oi their sor.s, Joe ar.i Bill. The lads were aoniirir.ec IE S;. Cecelia Catholic church, uuests were Mr. ar.c Mrs. Darold Sinuaoas and Mr. ar.s Mrs. Mike Kajewski, the mer. being the sponsors, the grandparents, Mr. ani Mrs. Vincent Bemardc Sr., Mr. and Mrs. EC Smith and Je£ Monrhauser, Emmetsburg. CHURCH NOTES At the Sunday morning service in the Presbyterian church toe Vangerpen family, missionaries to Nigeria, vili appear in native costume and will tell of their work there. At 2:30 there will be a Mother-Daughter tea. The North Iowa Annual W.S. C.S. of the First Methodist will be held April 24 at Mount Vernon. Thursday, April 27 the Commission on membership and evangelism will meet-at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Thelma Tschetter. Friday, April 26, from 9:30 till 2 a.m., the W.S.C.S. Bible class, "Christian Being and Doing" as the lesson study, will be given by Mrs. Anton Didriksen at her home. April 29, the Junior MYF will hold a bake sale at Hoods grocery'. April 29, activity workshop for Church School tea- chers'nursery through' sixth grades in the church dining room. Mrs. L. L. Snyder and Mrs. Elben McVeigh are leaders. Mrs. Midge Kuester is children* ssupt. Sunday evening, April 30 at 5 o'clock there will be a special MYF meeting. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moult on, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Handel. SDK IS 2 Craig, lour year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lampright, was honored at 2 birthday parties recently. Saturday afternoon guests were Jim, Jeff and Mike McGuire and Paul Gotten. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs, Joe King and family and Mrs. Marie Lampright helped him celebrate his birthday. E! Salvador, smallest of the six Centra! American republics, is the only one not touched by the Atlantic Seacoast, Wherever you go. home is always within talking distance People on the go we finding public P//C/OW in nowsdeys. It's ps>n ot Nf>rttwi>siti"> Balt't weilsble whewet you m/ '»*• Afttf *& wrty r, utituh n t>r. curt of 6*erjt>ne's Me • • • * r '4 "h* 1 bfftl&r //«/ it #*/* tv fow -"< lh*n with t quick, inetpttfwt pw* Bint Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS BURT METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Merlin C. Dsvies,- Pasto: VON,, Aye. W - Trustees meeting n! 8:00 p.m. V.T.D., Apr. 26 - Fidelis class at r,:if p.m. - Confirmfttion class a: 3:45 p.m. - Jr. MYF at 7:?," p.m. SUN., Apr. 30 - \Vccship Service at 9:00 a.m. - "The Pro- difAl Americans''. Sunday school a: 10:00 a.m. Tl'ES,. MR\ C - Officer's Res- porisiliiUtj Ds.\ for \VSCS officers, West Bend. WED,, May S - General meeting n; the WSCS at 2:00 p.m. Confirmation class at S:45 p.m. - Official Board meeting at 8:00 p.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C.Davies,- Pastor TKURS., Apr. 27-Confirmation Class at 7:SO p.m. SUN., Apr. SO - Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. - Worship service for Rural Life Sunday at 11:00 a.m., sermon topic, "The Prodigal Americans" TUES., May 2 - Algona Ministerial Union at 11:00 a.m. TKURS., May 4 - W.S.C.& meeting at 2:00 p.m. - Confirmation Class at 7:50 p.m. -MYF at 7:30 p.m. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath - Pastor SUN. Apr. 30-9 a.m. - Sunday School - 10:15 a.m. - Divine Worship Sen-ices. WED. May 3 - 2:15 Si 7:30 p.m. - Church Circles meet. Circle A meets with Mrs. Ben Bahling, Circle B meets with Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill, Circle C meets with Mrs. Henry Smith. 7:30 - choir practice. THURS. May 4-8 p.m. Sessions meeting. LONE ROCK PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUN., Apr. 30 - Morning Worship - 10:00 a.m. - Sunday Church School - IhOOa.m. Youth Fellowship - 6:00 p.m. SAT., April 29 - Communicants class - 9:00 a.m. MON., May 1 - Adult Bible Study - 8:00 p.m. WED., May 3 - Choir rehearsal'-' 7:30 p.m. - Session meet- Ing - 8:00 p.m. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunt and Todd, St. Louis, Mo. called at the John and Helen Schwletert home on Sunday forenoon. They were accompanied back to Des Moines by Miss Myrtle Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Lacy arrived home on Friday evening after spending the past four months in Florida and Eastern States. They reported running into every kind of weather possible while driving on the Connecticut turnpike. The Burt Band Mothers will meet at the School Band Room at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27. Hostesses will be Magdalene Ortman, Wan tale e Hawcott, Lucille Behrends and Louise McFarland. This IB the meeting postponed from Thursday, April 20, because of conflicting events. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips spent Sunday night with Bill Gilford and Phyllis. Alvlna Hasse and Esther Shipler went to Yankton, So. Dakota on Sunday April 16. They were accompanied back to Burt on Monday by Mrs. Shipler'sdaugh- ter and children, Mrs. Gene Hainsohm and children, who spent a week at the Shipler home and attended the Dennis Shipler and Mary Martin wedding on Saturday, Appointed As Contact Banker Al Ageua, President of the Iowa State Bank, Algona, has been appointed "Contact Banker" in this Btii Congressional district by the American Bankers Ass'n., to with Members of the sf'h as representative, of the American Bankers. Mr. Agena also serves on the Iowa Bankers Ass'n. Federal Legislation Committee. Congressional Visitor, May 2 WAHIKGTON, D. C. - Con- gifctsuiwi Wiley Wayne (R. 6th District <ji Iowa) announced tc- &>• tt*t lit District Representative MUo Britec will be in the Couaty Court House in on Tutslay, May z, 1967. An ajigfeuifcuts have been made tor Mr, Br&bfcc to confer with erouj* or iodividual citizens at tir* Kvfesutii County Court House. A CLASSIFIED AD WIU- OET FAST RESULTS ^^^^^^^/^^ Coming - the greatest show on earth! Cassius Clay in one corner and the U.S. Draft Board in the other. Cassius hopes to win by a T.K.O. - (To Keep Out) ... ALL MEAT WIENERS CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Ib. LSON'SGRADEA Minced Ham BUTTERTOP BROWN AND SERVE 2 loaves MONARCH Fruit Cocktail can WAGNER'S Orange Juice GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS 10 Ib. JACK SPRAIT OLEO Site. SALT box TOILET TISSUES 10 * COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE (TAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY VOGEL'S Cardinal Store BURT. IOWA

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