(la.) Uppw Dei Moin*« Thursday, Mareh 2, 1961 House At Lakota For iippenfrops — Mr arid Mrs Alvin Rlppentrop of Titonka will cele Wate their 25th wedding anni versary Sun., March 5, with an Open house at the Presbyterian church in Lakota. The time is 2 to- 4:30; a short program will be presented at 2:30. •••No invitations are being sent 'All friends and relatives are in- vJted to attend. *" : Cub Scout Awards '. The Blue and Gold Cub Scout TSQt luck supper was a great suc- I cess. The supper was held Feb. 25 at the Presbyterian Church. wThe Program for the evening r Was as follows: Rev. Harlan . Kruse gave the prayer. Dinner 1 y$B- served. The whole group sang accompanied by Rev. Kruse. | Welcome To Dads was given by Deri 3, Den I — each took part in > t ' a~v reading of "Americanism." | Cllarold Barrett gave his decla- Jffation selection, "Oh Say Can You See." Ross Larson read a poem he wrote honoring his Den i Mother, Mrs Helen Koppen. A i skit was presented by Den 2. ! ...Awards were presented to Bobby Boyd, who received 1 golc I and three silver arrows, and Jim' nay Thompson, who received 1 gold and two silver arrows. i "Don and Bobby Boyd won the cpntest in which all Cub Scouts and Steyen attended dedication services at the Concordia Luth- crn Church in Webb Sunday. Mrs I. E. Wortman was hostesd for- the evening meeting of the Mary circle Thursday. Mrs Lucille Ley gave the'topic and Audrey Ruby gave the devotions. Mrs C, A. Gutknecht, Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and Mrs W. D. Ley attended a training school for 4-H loaders at Swea City Tuesday. In the afternoon, Harvey Hubbard, manager of the Swea City Lockers, gave a meat cutting demonstration. Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer and Mr and Mrs Don Boyd left for a two week vacation Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Guy Boomer are also in Florida. Mrs Boyd' mother, Mrs Ed Howard o Boone, is staying with the Boyc children. Mrs Ann Hamilton entertained the Esther circle at her home Thursday afternoon. Devotions were given by Mrs Alvin Rip- and Larry Boots of Dumont spent o shower in Corwith Feb. 22 fof Qti«**ln*» *t»i4l* 1t/f *<*i "P! A I* si ft* A ltv**t. fln-»i»* ttaitr rtt*nM/4^1 At i rfhf «f* T^jht^A-i pentrop and the Bible study was liven by Mrs Lucille Ley. Mrs Irvin Koppen was hostess 'or the Marian circle Thursday ifternoon at her home. Mrs Esth- 3 r Schroeder gave devotions and Mrs Dorothy Rippentrop gave the esson. participated. The next pack meeting will be March 23 at the city hall. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse entertained members of the Westminster Fellowship of the Presbyterian Church at a party Sunday evening. The group listened to. records and played games. A lunch was served with Kay Ruby arid Mary Jutting, cohostesses. Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer The final lesson in a series o four on Basic Christian BelieJ was given Sunday evening in th Methodist church. A pot luc supper at 6:30 p.m. proceeded th service. Lesson leaders for threi ige groups were Opal Nygaard lev. and Mrs Robert Jones, Do oris Madsen, and Veva Lease. A film 'What is a Christian?" was shown by Luther Nygaard. Methodist women sent 82 books to Faith Cabin Library at Paine College in Augusta, Ga last week. Mr and Mrs Richard Fisher anc children, Kathy, Joan and Ricky THIS LITTLE MAN HAD NONE.... THIS HAPPY MAN WAS COVERED BY A. J. (ARN1E) RICKLEFS Yog too, can be happy ! 1 Just by culling CY 4-4529 and asking for information about our New Hospital- ation Plan. You owe it to yourself to examine the many advantages it offers. A. J. (ARNIE) RICKLEFS RICKLEFS INSURANCE AGENCY 2 EAST STATE ST. CY 4-4529 Sunday with Mrs Fisher's brother, Rev. Robert Jones and family. Mrs David Kleinpeter entertained a group of small girls at a party, Feb. 25 in honor of their daughter Lynn's 6th birthday. Sunday dinner guests of IV and Mrs Jay. Carlson vyere W and Mrs Jerry Capesius an Stephen of Spencer, Mr and Mr Dennis Capesius and Judy o MaJlnrd and Mrs Elizabeth Mo lamphy of Algona. Good Will Industries collected 30 bags of used clothing in thei Feb. 21 call in Wesley. Mrs Lester Larson entertain ed her Sunday School class of 1( young people at a 6:30 dinner anc Valentine party at her home Feb 14. Anna Floin assisted. Mrs J. P. Studer went to Blue Earth, Minn., Feb. 20 and brought back two grandchildren Neysa and Joette, daughters of the Stanley Studers, who have a new daughter Susan, Carol born Feb. their new granddaughter Deborah Glawe home. in the Glen Sloan 20 and another daughter, Marian. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek observed their 42nd wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 26. It also marked the date of their moving from their farm to their present home 16 years ago. Dinner guests n their home were Mr and Mrs Hnrry Kaiser of Sutherland, Mr and Mrs Art Stankey, Larry anc Lana of Spencer, Mr and Mrs •larold Martinek, Jerry and Kin of Wesley. '. Mr arid Mrs Charles Nygaarc and her parents, Mr and Mrs jeorge Eggleston of' LuVerne ,ook Julie Nygaard back to De? VIoines Sunday following a week end visit. The four remained until Monday as guests of Doris and Beulah Eggleston. Mrs Ethel Hutchinson of Mason City spent Feb. 25-26 with her sister, Mrs Harold Price and family. Roger Flom of Ames spent the The Mesdames Cliff Anfihsoh/ Paul Warner, Charles Gollrier and Paul Erdman • attended tlie Feb. 24 meeting of Britt hospital Auxiliary. Several Wesley groups will provide tray favors for the' Sundays in May. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken of Minneapolis visited his mothel Mrs Jennie Luken at Good Samaritan home Saturday and that affbrnoon took his sister Mrs la Studer to Minneapolis to visil her 4 year old granddaughter t Diane Kclch. The child had a brain tumor removed Feb. 23 in University hospital. She is the daughter of the J. W. Kelches of Worthington, who are with her. The Lester Larsons, George Seabergs, M. E. Paulson and Mrs Marie Starquist attended funeral services for Axel S. Hagman at he Britt Evangelical Free church 20. Rev. Percy Carlsson of Wesley was in charge du'ring the Preparing and-serving the din' ner were Riith Alice< Patterson AVilma Fairbanks, Glftdys ,H6W- cott and GenevJeVe di-ahafti. absence of Rev. E. V. Strecd. weekend in the parental Mike Flom home. Time of services in the Methodist church will change March 12. Church service will be at 9 and Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson observed their 34th wedding anniversary Feb. 24. They and the liff Anfinsons had a dinner party in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner were hosts to their Neighborhood 500 Club, Sunday evening in heir home. High scores went to tfrs Ken Haverly and Mrs Merle lasmussen. Mrs Charles Nygaard attended Lions Club At Burf Will Host Zone Meeting Stanley Gardner was installed as a member in the Burt Lions Club by Supt. Harold Martin at the February meeting of the club on Monday evening. 23 members' and three guests, zone chairman, Harold Gartner and Clark Miller, Titonka. and Darrel! McFarland were present. Plans to date for the Zone meeting to be held in Burt April 10 at which Burt will be hosts to members and wives of six other clubs, were discussed. • The group voted to hold the annual athletic banquet in Mar. Guests at the banquet will be all liigh school students participating in sports. ' Progress of Scouting program being reorganized here in Burt was reported. The Cub Scouting program is well underway, and an organizational meeting for older Scouts will be held in the near future. The drawing was won by'Dale ..ockwood and he presented it to he eye bank fund. 1958-59 Combined Summary Random Sample Egg Production Tests USDA Bulletin ARS 44-79, Sept., 1960 r •' •i^mmiiii^^iMwm BULLETIN FIGURES FOR 11 WELL-KNOWN LAYERS Variety Hy-Line 934-C Laye "1" Layer "J" Feed & Chick Cost $3.08 2.82 2.72 2.71 2AS 2.62 2.61 2.51 2.45 2.4) 2.37 Hen Housed 229.8 229.3 219.2 227.1 214.1 216.1 222.8 213.0 212.5 220.3 213.7 Lbs. Feed Per Dot. 4.2 4.4 4.5 4.4 4.4 4.5 4.4 . 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.5 Average EwWt. Per Dol. 25.5 24.9 257 24.2 25.0 25.0 25.5 25.3 25.0 24.8 25.2 Laying Houst Mortality 4.6% 10.0 7.6 7.3 10,8 12.7 13.6 10.9 11.5 16.3 11.6 Noit: UbUA Bulletin gives actual breeder name and variety number instead of "Layer A", etc. This new USDA bulletin shows Hy-Line 934-C at the top of all 167 varieties entered in official 1958-59 Random Sample Tests. Hy-Line 934-C Ranks: 1st - Income over feed and thick coit 1st —Laying house livability 2nd - Feed conversion (topped only by on- other Hy-Line variety) Look at the summary alxwe. See how consistently Hy-Line 934-C tops the other well-known layers in the major profit points. If you'd like to get the complete report, write to the Agricultural Research Service, Washington 25 DC. Or, ask us for a copy. ' tV> If Eggs Are Your Business Make Hy-Line Your Chick ORDER YOUR HY-LINE®CHICKS NOW FROM ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Burt FRANK SEELY, Ringsted JAMES MAYNE, Led yard ALFRED HURLBURT, El more MAYNARD HURLBURT, Swea City ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - PHONE 4161 The Woman'a Club met at the Jlome of Berieta Mitchell Monday evening. Assisting,hostesses. w:ere Lovina Hansen and Lulu Hawcott. , Ruth Alice Patterson 'gave a talk; the .book; '.-Only When 4 Laugh" was reviewed by Elva Boettcher; Federation news was given by Nelle Dremmel; the group was entertained with a piano dtiet by Judy -and Jane Mitchell. . . The March 13 meeting will be with Mary Jean Andrews. Serve Breakfast About 70 guests were served a breakfast by.the Blue Birds 4<-H Club at the school Saturday evening. ••'.'••••' Following the breakfast the following,.program was presented: Welcome, Diane Person Vocal duet by Francis' McDonaic and Cheryl-.Lovstad; flute and clarinet .duet, Judy and Janice Abbas; reading, Carole Wiener; piano solo, Judy Spry; poem, Janet Cherland; clarinet trio Susan Lpvstad, Pat Schwietert, Judy Mitchell; • reading, Rosemary Ulses; piano solo, Jo Anne Ackerman; poem, Evelyn Cherland; and Country Girls Creed, Francis McDonald. . The fathers present were recognized and presented a pen and letter opener; reading, Debra Schultz; talks by Avis Lettow, home economist, and Robert Johnson, assistant county extension director. Jack Trunkhill, student at Iowa State University, Ames, is enjoy ing the quarter break with his father, M. J. Trunkhill. -"Mr and Mrs Ray Miller, Dar rell and Joyce were'guests Sun day at the parental Walter Stew ard home. • Mr arid-Mrs Robert Spear anc family, Titonka, were guests a the" John Spear home for an oyS' ter stew Tuesday evening. ;Mr and Mrs John Spear anc boys spent Sunday evening with her- folks, Mr and Mrs Fores Willis in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Ralph Johnston and family spent; .the weekenc with'their son, Ralph M. in Fort Dodge. .Shirley Schwietert, sophomore in home economics at Ames, is enjoying a quarter break at the home of her parents, the Merle Schwieterts. Mr and Mrs L. J. Miller returned' to their home Saturday after if'3 week vacation, part of which was spent with their son one fernily, "the Lawrence Millers, tfunnemeade, New Jersey. They also spent one day at the Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Richard Kissner and. Terry Cook took Shirley Kissner to Iowa City Tuesday, where she entered University Hospital for a medical checkup. All returned home late Wednesday. • Mrs June .Goldman was 'guest speaker at the Wednesday night Lenten Services held at the Burt Methodist Church. Rev. Samek had the privilege of delivering the Lenten message at the Spencer Methodist Church that evening. Mrs Augusta Bliech, who has been a patient at St. Ann hospital for some time, returned to her home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyer and sons were Sunday guests of his rhothetvMfs Ella Meyer; / Mfs Florence Dumais, Interna tional Falls, Minn., accompanied the Hay Walkers, also of International Falls, to Burt last Week arid all were guests of Mrs Nettie gisher and Nora darner. Mrs DUrtiais remained in Burt arid Will spend several weeks with her mother, Mrs Fisher. Ray Walker is Mrs Fisher's son. • Mrs William .Batt returned to her home Friday from University hospital where she had' been a patient for the past eight weeks. Mrs Olive Moore, who Has been a patient at St. Ann, is now making her home at the home of Mrs" Florence Bagby. J. D..Andrews, a junior at Sim- Son College, Indjanola, has been elected vice president of the Kappa Theta Psi social fraternity at Simpson. J. D. is the sort of Mr and 'Mrs Dean, Andrews. At the recent meeting of the Burt Blue Birds 4-H Club, plans were made for the annual 4-H Day which will be held in Algona March 11. In charge of the booth Will be. Francis McDonald, Carol Wiener, Jane .Mitchell,. Judy Abbas, and Rose'Ella Kohler. The Burt Club will be represented by Evelyn Cherland and Rose Ella Kohler. Mr and Mrs Albert Volentine arrived home Feb. 20 after enjoying a six week Vacation at the homes of their son, George and family in Omaha. Neb. 'and son, Glenn and family in California. Mrs John Rash and ,Mf and Mrs Louis Dogotch and family, Algona, visited Sunday with Mrs Dogotch's parents, the Rudy Saatdffs. Ruth Hasse R; N., Iowa City, enjoyed a few 'days visit at her home here. Ruth is on the nur> ing staff at University Hospital. Darrell, Mr and Mrs David Miler and Leslea, Algona, visited their mother, Mrs. Jessie Rash Saturday. Titonka Offers Musicanna, Mar. 5 Titonka — The Titonka High School will present the ( Musicana [I oh March 5, at 2:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. It will consist of the Vocal and; instrumental 'groups, which ; will present a program with a variety of songs. ,The ', groups iftclude the imior, band, concert band,' mixed chorvs, girls glee club arid the joys' glee club. More 'than 100 ;tuderits,.will participate in this program 'under the direction, of Phil Faabbrg. . > V • And to give resistance to weftthef. The legs of the table are pieces of steel pipe with rubber-tipped ends. BETTER PftirtflNS tot fatt.. — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., IRON LUNCT ; Virgil ZachaHas of Ackley. who has spent nine years.in an iron lung following an attack of polio, recently' celebrated his 39th birthday..' He- received in neighborhood of 200 cards. the HANDY After five years of. ori-and-bff work, Marvin Linge of Armstrong recently finished an ash tree table. Sanding the top of the yard-wide, foot-thick piece of log was followed by in-layihg other pieces' for strength. The log was also varnished with boat varnish to bring out the wood texture Now you Know! The answer id everyday insurance problems* By L. 8. Bohannon QUESTION: Does ii pay ihe ordinary home owner to have his home insurance; program checked over the way I understand business firms do occasionally? ANSWER: Certainly, These days most coverages > can be combined with substariiail savings. Also a survey by a really good agent can determine ihe correctness of your Coverage and probably save' you money. • if you'll address your own Insurance questions to this' office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. LS. BOHANNON S N. Dodge CY 4-4443 I •UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Les Gabrielson, new lessee of the Phillips "66" station in Algona,. comes here from Belmond. He is married, and the father of five children, three girls and two boys, ranging in age from 8 to 17. Prior to coming here, Les took -the 30-day refresher course^of the Phillips "66" Co. in Des-Moines. There all phases of motor service and station operating were studied, as well as bulk plant operation and proper use of pr&duct and grade of Phillips "66" petroleum products. He invites you to "stop in and get acquainted." LES GABRIELSON WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO STOP IN AND USE THE FACILITIES AND PRODUCTS OF THIS, FINE, MODERN PHILLIPS "66" STATION. ! We Have A Full Line of PHILLIPS "66" PRODUCTS ..." And Will Have Complete Tank Wagon Service Operating In 30 Days. WATCH FOR OUR HOSPITALITY DAYS EVENT AT THE STATION WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER YOUR CAR IF DESIRED LES' 66 SERVICE 801 E, STATE ST. PHONE CY 4-9197 Three 28-Page Books Compare'61 Cars-Packed with Easy-to-llnderstand Photos, Facts, Figures Never before have there been BO many claims and counterclaims about new automobiles as there are today. How can you separate fact from fiction? Which cars actually offer the best features? Which are really lowest priced? Which give best performance, economy? You'll find the answers to these and hundreds more questions in the 1961 Automotive Jt-Ray Books just off the press. These books pull no punches. They name names, show prices, comparison photos side by side. Three complete books—one for each of the popular-priced fields— free at your Rambler dealer's. ECONOMY NEWS I Rambler beat; all other compact cars competing In Pure Oil Economy Trials fpr second straight year! Tops field with 26.86 M.P.G. averaging more than 40 M.P.H. in nation's toughest, fairest economy "run (NASCAR sanctionsd). Rambler American Custom with overdrive takes first 6 places in Class 6-sweeps 8 of first 10 places-more proof of Rambler Excellence. Supply Limited-Get Your 1961 Automotive X-Rays Today! DAU'S GARAGE —125 So. Dodge - Algona, la.
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