The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1967
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Thursday, Nov. 30, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper D*ft Mcln«-5 4-AlflOria (la.) Uppftr DM MolnM Thursday, Nov. 30, 1967 Induct Total Of 26 New Cub Scouts Cub Scouts of Pack 70, Algona, had a meeting Nov. 21 at Bryant School gymnasium. Twenty-six new Cub Scouts were inducted into the pack. New Cubs are Tommy Buscher, Billy Kuhn, Mark Goodman, Mark Buscher, Eddie Wolf, Ronnie Ristau, Doug Wildin, John Gerber, David Sohn, Kenny Carman, Steve Boekelman, Dennis Pentecost, James Elbert, Mark Moe, Mike Moe, Pat Shey, Tim Shey, Larry Kollasch, Shawn Reilly, Donald Ashland, Vincent Volk, Jerry Shackelford, Wayne Dugan, Randy Bjustrom, James Black and Randy Sewick. Other awards presented included Wolf badges to Bruce Buscher, Brian Buscher, and Randall Snodgress; Bear badges to Tim Doughan and Steve Ost- winkle; Atendance awards to Daniel Thilges, Steve Mertz, David Frideres, Ricky Dodds, Steve Smith, and Robert Egel. Arrow points went to David Penning. Denner Stripes went to Danny Ulfers, Greg McDonald, Joel Dahlgren, and Steve Ostwinkle; and Asst. Denner stripes to Bruce Buscher, Clinton Christian and Tod Anderson. Feature of the evening was the Pinewood Derby (a race with hand-made cars made by the boys and their fathers). Winners in the Dens were Steve Ostwinkle, David Frideres, Tommy Buscher, Ronnie Ristau, Larry Kollasch, Donnie Christian and Wayne Dugan. Grand champion of Pack 70 was David Frideres. Den 3, with Mrs. Willsher and Mrs. Schlievert, had the opening ceremony and Den 2, with Mrs. Buscher, had the closing ceremony. Joe Pomplun and Ted Charles, representing the sponsoring organization, the Algona Kiwanis Club, assisted with the Pinewood Derby. HOSPITAL NEWS NOV. 14-Admitted: KarinAnn Peterson, Algona, accident. NOV. 15-Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Collins, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 6 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Dean Dodds and baby, Algona; Henry Otto, Algona. NOV. 16-Births: Mr.andMrs. Stanley Walker, Algona, boy, 6 Ibs., 1/4 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire, Bode, girl, 8 Ibs., 7-3/4 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Steven Poutre and baby, Humboldt; Mrs. James Rosenmeyer and baby, Corwlth. NOV. 17 - Admitted: Mrs. Katherine Capesius, Algona, medical; dismissed: James Butler, Bode; Mary Kramer, Bancroft. NOV. 18 - Dismissed: Mrs. Andrew Mullen, Mrs. Mary Barry, Herman Bonnstetter, Algona; Ed Hildman, Wesley. NOV. 19 - Dismissed: Mrs. Ted Collins and baby, Algona. NOV. 20-Admitted: EdYoung- wirth, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Stanley Walker and baby, John Schulz, Algona; Mrs. Ann Cayler, Bancroft; transferred to Rochester, Joseph Murray, Bancroft. WHEN-?—If you read the Algona Upper Des Molnes, YOU KNOW! JayCees Ask Help In Obtaining Toys For Kids Algona JayCees are again planning a Christmas Party for underprivileged children of the area, and ask a little help with some of the gifts planned. New or used toys will be welcome, and the JayCees would like to receive them before Dec. 10. Anyone with toys - new or used - that they wish to donate should call Robert Kramer at 5-5697, or Les Foxhoven at 55424, or they can be left at the basement of Avco Finance Co., 112 No. Moore St. The party is being planned for Dec. 17 with the place yet to be announced. This is an annual event, and local help will be most welcome in the toy department. Former Algona Woman Dies In Louisiana Mrs. Frank Suttle, the former Pearl E. Kenyon, member of an early Algona family, died Nov. 14 at New Orleans, La., while visiting a daughter, Helen (Mrs. S. B. Shoults). Pearl E. Kenyon was born at Sycamore, HI., and was a daughter of Dexter D. and Minnie Court Kenyon. She spent her youth in Algona where she attended school and later Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, after which she taught at Spencer. She married Frank G. Suttle, president of First National Bank, Aberdeen, So. Dak., who died in 1962. To them four daughters were born: Eleanor (Mrs. Charles Colder), Mission, Kansas; Jane (Mrs. Wm. Smith), Enid, Okla.; Helen (Mrs. S. B. Shoults), New Orleans, La.; and Maxine (Mrs. Leonard Langager), Webster, So. Dak., who survive. A brother, Earl D. Kenyon, Springville, Calif., and two sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Blong of San Gabriel, Calif., and Zada (Mrs. Vallo V. Naudain), Algona, also survive. Mrs. M'. G. Bourne of' Algona is a niece, and Earl D. Sarchet and W. W. Sarchet, Seattle, Wash., are nephews. Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain attended memorial services Nov. 17 at Aberdeen, So. Dak., and returned home after spending aday at Webster, So. Dak. with the Langager family. Dies In Calif. Word has been received of the death of Elmer Schmeling, Downey, Calif. He was born at Whittemore and worked at various places around Algona before entering the Navy in 1927. He has since been a resident of Calif. He is survived by his wife, two sisters and six brothers. His parents, two sisters and three brothers preceded him in death. Mrs. Albert Baas of Algona is a sister. Grain Dust Fire Algona firemen hurried to the Cargill elevator on South Phillips street here at 6:30p.m. Friday when grain dust on a light bulb caught fire in a pit deep in the large building. The area was sealed off and the blaze quickly extinguished. No damage resulted. NEED BEDDING? (Stalk shredding? Green Chop, Too?) This one does all three. BXADYFIELDMASTER Corn stalks make excellent bedding—better than straw! Just hitch your baler to the Brady Field- master and one trip through the field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler. Use it for stalk shredding alone—or to chop, shred, and load green chop and stover silage. Clips pastures and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. BUSCHER BROS. AIGONA, IOWA PHONE 2W-3588 OPEN NIGHTS I fflM, JUNTA'S COMING! FULLY COOKED FRIDAY NIGHTr Swanson ' s *° 9:3 ° Bring the youngsters for a visit ! STOKELY'S ' * f,> DINNER ' T 'v'Xl CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF, SALISBURY *TEAK vt^^siii: mm t_" ii- i JIFFY STEAKS I^^^^^^I^^^^^^^^^I^^^^^^JJ^^H^^ SHORT RIBS 3Q6 OF BEEF lb.£«J 100% PURE BEEF GROUND BEEF HI NEIGHBOR AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OP FREE PARKING I — AD PRICES GOOD THRU WED., DEC. 6 'sJ^CW^v v TT' - IN 3 LB. PACKAGES - LEAN, TENDER BEEF MINUTE STEAKS n> BLUE BONNET - SOFT BLUE BONNET ... Ib. 39c - FREE! TELE-VIEWER GET ONE AT OUR CHECK-OUT STANDS! FARMBEST CANNED PICNICS 5 FARMBEST CANNED HAMS Ib. can 1 i. can '"V- .j BIG FLOUR SWANSON'fr FLOUR 25 Ib. bag ... Robin Hood FLOUR 25 Ib. bag ... Gold Medal FLOUR 25 Ib. bag ... JOLLY TIME POPCORN MEMADE BAR-B-Q '• !> i K <• -< v • '-' " ^ < t FRESH-MADE DAILY IN OUR WILSON'S CERTIFIED OR HORMEL'S POUND iFA!t STYLE ^i*Drtfc 1 «^ W6* 1 \* »^' -, _ a t _ t 'HtfJf '-»».! -fii-^. DISCOUNTED HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS: ****^ FRESri REG. $1.25 ROYAL CROWN SPRAY DEODORANT ^M^k^^M^k^M^^^tfl^^^tf^^^tf^k^tfi^^^tf^fe^^ i^^^W^^>^^^w^^^i^^^>i^^*i^^*^^^^i^ EXCEDRIN COLA KING SIZE 8 PAC KRAFT'S CREME Marshmallow 7oz. jar NESTLE'S QUIK 2 Ib. can TABLETS REG. $1.15 LARGE BOTTLE LISTERINE MOUTHWASH COLLEGE INN Chicken Noodle 3 a tit MAKE SWANSON'S YOUR HOLIDAY HEADQUARTERS; CHRISTMAS CAJIDS GIFT WRAPPINGS CHRISTMAS CHEER 6IANT BOX SHORTENING SPRY 3 Ib. can 59* ALL VARIETIES NUTS ^h_^^k^.^^^^M ^•^^•(^^•^^ BAKING NEEDS RED TEXAS (approximately a 7 Ib. bag) GRAPEFRUIT RED RIPE TOMATOES quart basket CELLO-WRAPPED CABBAGE Ib. FRESH CROP-NAVEL ORANGES i large size doz. MICHIGAN JONATHAN I^II I ••v family pac bag $|00 ppper Des Moines I SOCIETY NEWS GUILD CIRCLE Presbyterian Guild circle met Monday evening, Nov. 27. Hostesses were Mrs. Holma Proper and Mrs. Lelah Henderson. The program was given by Mrs. Frances Eason and devotions by Mrs. Glenn Jones. - o - PLAN MEETING Tuesday, Nov, 28, at 8:30 p.m. the November stated meeting of North Central Presbytery will be held at Reinbeck in the Presbyterian church. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Ueecher Lane will be hostess to the Eight Specks 500 club Wednesday evening. - o - IDLE HOUR The Idle Hour bridge club will meet Wednesday with Mrs. Ray Potter. - o - INFANT BAPTIZED Michelle Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moffett, was baptized Nov. 19 at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, with Fr. Bruch officiating. Sponsors were William Eisenbacher and Judy Eisenbacher. Dinner guests following the baptism were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moffett and family, Mrs. Roman Eisenbacher and Mr. and Mrs. William Eisen| bacher and family. - o - NEED CLOTHING A final reminder. Clothing for the Church World Service is due at the Presbyterian church on or before Dec. 4. Urgently needed are blankets, shoes, cotton yard goods, children's garments and light summer clothing. - o MRS. TOM ZENDER, the former Pam Waller, and her son Tommy, will arrive today from Glen Ellyn, HI. for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, while her husband Tom, who is with General Electric, attends a sale conference of a G. E. subsidiary in Milan, Italy. ain. Ft. 36" wide Also v In 28* and 48- wldtht « »• F! 1ICII1. OBIIflfllE For-Windows, Doors, Porches, Breezeways Cut With Shears Tack Over Screens Genuine FLEX 0 CLASS is the only pla'lic Ain'Jo/* matunal that carries a 2 year guarantee.The name I If / 0 GLASS is printed on the ed^.e lor /our protection. ., Hordwore A lumberSf Or » fverywhere LINDA LOVSTAD, daughter of Mrs. Emil Lovstad and a student at U. N. L, spent Thanksgiving with her mother and family. THANKSGIVING guests of Mr. and Mrs. MiloRentzwereMr.and Mrs. Norman Hanevlck and son, St. Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beisch and son. The Cecil Stewards, Hazelcrest, 111., were to come but were unable to be here because of the illness of Mrs. Steward. MR. AND MRS. Bill Eisenbacher and girls spent Thanksgiving Day at her aunt and uncle's, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson of Gait, la. The Eisenbachers also had as a guest last weekend her sister, Mary Christopher of Goldlield. MRS. K. S. COWAN returned Sunday from a week's trip to Denver, where she made the acquaintance of a new grandson, Todd David, born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall Nov. 11. Mrs. Hall is Uie former Patty Cowan. MOOSE LODGE members and their guests enjoyed a pot-luck supper Saturday evening, in observance of birthdays during the week of Everett Garbett, local Moose governor, and Francis Bunting, lodge secretary. Oliver Plans To Hold Prices Of Line Steady Oliver Corp., farm and industrial equipment subsidiary of White Motor Corp., has announced in a policy statement from its president, Sam White, Jr., that Oliver has no immediate intention of raising its machinery prices in spite of the fact that most other farm equipment manufacturers have recently announced price increases averaging 5% or more. "We know that our customers are caught in the price squeeze," White declared. "That's why our policy on price increase is to hold the line in their favor as long as we can — even though others have already found it necessary to raise prices. We will honor current prices on Oliver new machines purchased now, even though delivered later." White added that he didn't know how long the company could maintain its present price levels. "We're faced with the same increases in labor, material, taxes, and other costs of doing business that we presume our competitors are," White commented. "But we know farmers are caught in a just as tight - or even tighter - cost- price bind, and we intend to do what we can to help them keep their costs down just as long as we can." Oliver 1967 sales and earnings, which are on its parent company's calendar year basis, will be just as good and probably a little better than last year, according to White. He added that 1966 was a record year and the fifth consecutive year in which sales and earnings were significantly greater than each prior year. -103rd- Mrs. Ella Fender, Mills county's oldest resident, observed her 103rd birthday November 14 at Nishna Cottage, Malvern. Mrs. Fender spent most of her life in southwest Iowa. WE HAVE THE GENUINE Shatterproof Flexible Long-Lasting ONIY 33v "•'"• FI — 36 Inthet wide— Aljp in 28" & 48" width} Bern, Poultry and Hpg Houl« Windows. Storm Doors and Windows, Porch Enclosures. Protect} wall* bfhind sink*, toblt*. Choir Covert, Gormen! Bog*, Shower Curto'im, CUT WITH SHEARS & TACK ON- EASY To SEAL OR SEW COAST TO COAST STORES BO WQIF, OWNER AlOONA

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