6-Algono (la.) Upper Pet Matito Thursday, March $, 1961 Bonnie Baker, Lone Rock, Is VVed Feb. 12 Lone Rdck — Bonnie Marie finkcr of Des Moincs, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. L. Baker of Lone Rock, was married to Richard M. Lacey, son of Mrs H. E. Braunshweig of Dos Moines in a double ring ceremony Feb. 12 in the Good Hope Methodist Church with Rev. Evan Routh officiating. Her bridesmaid was Wanda Wctzel and best man Was Vaughn Crame. Ushers were John Hcvey and Jerry McArthur. LiT US SHOW YOU how fo GET MORE PAY LESS FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTO INSURANCE NFW Plus other •*"• tf/scovaft LOW con neoa RATES saviags FOR DETAILS — CAU OK SEt DON STARK 218 S.MOORE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE CY 4-3351 MOTOR REPAIRS A reception was held at the church with 75 guests in attendance. The wedding cake Was baked by Mrs Martin Potratz of Whittemore. <The Guest Book was attended fay Colleen Collins oi Lone Rock. Mrs Charles Schultz and Virginia Baker cut the cake. Mrs Ervin Wetzel poured. Those in charge of the gifts were Marilyn Bollinger, Mrs Robert Heifner and Rachel Boeckholt. The bride has been employed in the tax department at the statehouse in DCS Moines. She graduated from Sentral high school, Fenton, in 1959. The bridegroom is a graduate of Corydon high school and is at present employed in Des Moines. Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Garryl Householder and Vicki Jo and Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny were Tuesday visitors in the Ellwyn Householder home in Algona. Michael Schroeder, 1 year old son of Mr and Mrs Dale Schroe- de'r, returned home Wednesday after spending from Saturday to Wednesday noon as a patient in Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. Larry Ramus, son of Mr and j Mrs Leo Ramus, underwent surgery Friday in Park Hospital at Mason City. , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer and family of Sioux Rapids were Sunday guests in the Junior Hurlburt home. Mrs Haiian Blanchard, Mrs Woodrow "Pettit and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Sheri called in the Garryl Householder home Thursday. They celebrated 'the birthday of Mrs Householder. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer were callers Thursday in' the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Sloan Corwith. Mr and Mrs Laverne Hammer- Strom and family of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Kennpth Krausc of Fenton, and Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and family of Swea City were Sunday guesfs in the Emil Person home. Mr and Mrs Ray Snyder of Goldfield were Thursday visitors in the Donald Houck home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Schultz wyn Hurlburt and family. The Lone Rock Legion Auxl Hary held their public 500 card party March 4. There. will be no card party March 11 as previous' ly announced. The Lone Rock LeglOiV Auxiliary met March 1 with 12 members present. The group voted to send $5 to the Child Welfare Fund. Hostesses Were Mrs E. M. Jensen and Mrs Roy Jensen. The U.P.W. of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday with 24 members present. A dessert luncheon was served. Mrs Del mar Fischer presented the lesson, Hostesses were Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Dave Weber, Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Roger Jensen. Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs Eva Thompson of Des Moines and Mrs Mary Genrich visited .Thursday in the Roy . Zunkel home. Mr ' and Mrs Dale Wegener wore hosts to a 500 card party held in their home Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Wegener were Sunday callers in the Lawrence Rath home. Mr and Mrs Dettmar Neilson and Mrs Lizzie Behrends of Buf- :alo Center were Thursday even• callers in the John Behrends home. r/ Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service i At All Times Service Motors Availabl« I For Emergency Use : PRATT : ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la and Douglas of Winnebago were Sunday guests in the Fred Schultz home. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey were Sunday guests in the Rufus Olthoff home in Lakota. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper & Tom were Sunday guests in the lome of Mr and Mrs Floyd McCain in Emrnetsburg. They visited in the home of Mrs Klepper's orothcr, the John McCains, and made the aquamtance of the McCains New Daughter, little, Maureen Marie McCain! The group celebrated the birthday of Mrs Klepper. Delmar Fischer, Walt Dacken, Herschel Harlman, Ervin Wetzel and Dick Bierle were blood donors for Johnny Hanna at Rochester Thursday. The men visited wit.h Wilfred Radig who is a patient at the Methodist Hospital in Rochester. Mr and Mrs Ervin Klatt of Fenton were Sunday evening callers in the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Robert Baxter of Ruthveh were Thursday guests in tht Leslie Baxter home. Mr and Mrs Floyd Nichols of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests in the Leslie Baxter home. Mrs Maude Blanchard accom- paneid the Donald Blanchards to Laurens Sunday where they wpre guests in the Wendell Steven home. Mr and Mrs J. W. Campbell of Ion - a Falls were weekend guests in the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Adolph Meyer were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Schmidt. David Hurlburt, son of Mr ;md Mrs Junior Hurlburt, celebrated his first birthday Feb. 28. Guests in the Hurlburt home to help D;ivid celebrate were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf, Mrs Em;i Hurlburt and Rachael, Dale Schroeder and Mr and Mrs Mer- Xf«W»»)X«>&oaC8M^ BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES AT LuVERNE - WESLEY - TITONKA - RENWICK ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR Recent Bride IsHonoreeAf Swea Shower Swea Eagle — Ladies of the Open Bible Church were hostesses to a post-nuptial shower for Mrs Frank Kardoes (Beverly, Me Elwee) at the home of Mrs Clyde Larson Friday evening, Feb. 17. Thirty-four ladies were present. They played games and Mrs W. W. Gossenberger led the group in devotions. Lunch was served. Mrs Gos- senberger poured, and the decorations were made by Judy Hurlburt and Dorothy Gossenberger. The Kenneth Isaacsons visited at the Marshall Swanson home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Isaacson attended the meeting of their 500 club at. the Dale Wegener home at Lone Rock Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Glen Olson, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen, Mr and Mrs Bernard Peterson, Mr and Mrs Detmer Thompson, and Mr and Mrs Ervin Link attended the association meeting of the Baptist Northern Association at Renwick Monday. Maxine Clark spent the 1 Weekend with her family, the Glen larks. Maxine and Diane Mino, daughter of the Walter Minos, 3oth students at Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls, were on tour with the Sioux Falls band in southern Iowa and northern Tuesday of last week. Mrs Glen Burt and Mrs Au gusta Mayiand were callers in Algona ^Vednesday of last week •and Visited a nephew of Mrs Burt, the John Hopkins and their new baby son, Mrs Glen Hurt's son-in-law and grandson, Clarence Endersort and Raymond of Estherville called bn her last .Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Adams and Douglas of Mason City were Friday evening through Sunday guests at the home of his mother, Mr and Mrs Andrew Brones. Mr and Mrs Elvin Swanson returned Friday after- a three- week vacation in Florida and Texas. They visited the Dorf Larsons in Florida and Elvin's sister, the Linwood Brannons in Houston, Texas. Mr and Mrs Andrew Madsen and Carol of East Chain were Sunday dinner guests of the Walter Magnusens, Mr and Mrs Walter Magnusen attended services at the Lutheran Church at East Chain'Sunday, Mr and Mrs Loren Cutler of home. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker Fairmont were guests at the daughter, the Walter Magnusens. Monday dinner home of their • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Johnson of Garner were Tuesday dinner guests in the Bernard Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Johnson recently moved from Scarville to Garner. Mrs Johnson is a sister of Mrs Phelps. Mr and Mrs Paul Krueger were Tuesday afternoon callers at the Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Chris Haase and 'Bernice of Burt, Mr and Mrs Emil Haack and David of Lone Rock were Wednesday afternoon visitors in the Levant Moore home. Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary were Wednesday evening visitors in the Harold Becker home. Mrs Clifford Young returned home Thursday from a trip to Golden, Colo, where she visited her daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Ramon Bisque and family. The Portland Social Club will meet with Mrs Ben Lampe in Bancroft, Thursday afternoon, Mar. 9, instead of Mrs S. R. Parsons, as was previously planned. Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky were Monday evening visitors in the Neal Michaelsen home and Wednesday evening visitors in the Donald Michaelsen home while Mr Stone attended a ball game. Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings of Titonka and Mr and Mrs John Jennings of Sexton and Mrs Bernard Phelps were Thursday afternoon visitors in the Levant VToore home. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engleby o Swca City were Sunday after Nebraska, Sunday, Monday and noon visitors in the Tom Trenar 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne 4 Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Mew York, N. Y. (Special) — For tb« first time science has found » new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case alter case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. •o thorough that •uffertri mad* astonishing statement* like "Pile* have ceased to be * problem!* The secret it » new healing tub- itance (Bio-Dyne«)-di«overy of • world-famous resetrch institute. This substance U DOW available fa) tuppotitorg or ointment /on» under the name Pr«paf»ti#n #•» imperial MpdeJ DIAF-61, Electric ALL NEW NO-VENT DRYER t exduef* -MobtuTfrWImJer" removes moisture from' tneeireutpmatJcalftr.No venting! No plumbing! t Oiy Faster, Safer than umhlne with exclusive Flow* i Ing Heat ? • Trap Unt In the Nylon ONLY i Mesh Unt Screen handily l located on the door. • • Don't Ovenfay or underdry • "-you can set correct dry* i Ing time eutomatlcally. •) Chase Wrinkles Away with f pedal cycle for With* ML.Y 2 50 week EASY TERMS f"3, FRIGSIIDAIRE Beecher Lane Appliance CY 4-3613 Algona. Iowa were Sunday evening visitors ih the Goodwyn Befgoerudj hdnie Mr and -, Mrs Clifford itfoung took A basket dinner and went to Clear Lake, to visit and-, have dinner with (3 r a n d ni a and Grandpa (A. W.) Young. Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky 'and Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and fdmily were Sunday evening suppler guests in the home of Mrs Mary Michaelsen in Titonka." Mr and Mrs Donald, Ringsdorf and Mr and Mrs Gene' Ringsdorf and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Radmaker home in Titonka. The Portland Progress Club will meet at the home of Mrs S. Parsons, Thursday afternoo'n, March . 16. The lesson will , be ;iven by Mrs Robert Wood and Mrs Earl Shipler. : Mrs Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr and Mrs George Hix, Mr and rs Timer Harms and family. Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy and Mrs Allen Hahn and Teresa of Davenport were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Mrs Allan Hahn and Teresa of Davenport came Friday 1o visit. a few days with her sister and family. Mr and Mrs Stantey Ruse and Leroy. Mr and Mrs G'oy Dinwftd of Britt were Wcdnasday visitare in 13* HtoS home. Mrs RsjiJs SjKirites Dean ca^k-d a* tew KcwsmS Sparks b«n» la?! wwk. ed to Ames, Sunday afternoon. "Funny thing about trouble — It always starts out being fun. Irvihgton Ideals Irvington Ideals met Februarj 25 at the home of Linda Ruhtike Plans were made for 4-H day March 11. Betty Wickwire am Linda Bristow will represent \h club. ,A talk was given by Jud; Ferstl on "Good Habits Are Formed While We're Young." Ei leen Penton gave a talk on "Tern Those Teeth.',' A talk on the proper way to cook and store eggs was given by* Betty Wickwire Linda Ruhnke and .Vickie Siemer gave demonstrations. High Lactation The HolsteinrFrieslan Association of America has announced a new lactation average for the registered Holstein herd of John D. Beck, Buffalo Center, with 29 completed production records averaging 14,191 Ibs. of milk and 499 Ibs. of butterfat. Plum Creek Elite Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club, met February llth at the home of Peg Keith. A talk was given by Audrey Gardner on "Salad Rules," and a demonstration on "Table Eticinelte" was given by Linda Gardner and Gloria Miller. Mis Jahn Wilson was guest mo- Susan Bode is n.i? hcrae test week for a qwsrter break from Iowa Sila'e University. He return- U-Go-t-Go 4-H A meeting of the U-GO-I-Go 4-K Club was held Feb. 27 at th home of Carol Smith. Cind' Bradley. Gretchen Deim, Kathj Joseph, and Donna Kenyon gave talks. GarolTSmith demonstrated the making of muffins Rosemary Mino gave a demonstration oh milk drinks. Jaurtita Meye> and Myrna Mino were selected as delegates to County Chorus. Mrs Edwin Mino and Kristy Leaver- ton were guests. Mr and Mrs Allen J« Slver of S.fringville recently , celebfated their 70th wedding anniversary. Mr Siver is 93 years old and his wife is 89. YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO ORDER YOUR CUSTOM TAILORED EASTER CLOTHES See Bud Zender NOW! Custom Tailored Clothes Located in Cullen Hardware 1958-59 Combined Summary Random Sample Egg Production Tests USDA Bulletin ARS 44-79, Sept., 1960 BUUETIN FIGURES FOR 11 WELL-KNOWN IAYERS Variety Hy-Line 934-C Layer "A" Feed & Chick Cost $3.08 2.82 2.72 2.71 2.61 2.51 2.45 2.41 2.37 Eggs 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 4.2 4.4 4.5 4.4 4.4 4.5 4.4 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.5 Average Egg Wt. 25.5 24.9 25.7 24.2 25.0 25.0 25.5 25.3 25.0 24.8 25.2 Laying House 4.6% 10.0 7;6 7.3 10.8 12.7 13.6 10.9 11.5 16.3 11.6 NOTE: USDA 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 chick coit 1st -Laying house liability 2nd -Feed conversion (topped only by «• other Hy-Line variety) Look at the summar above. See how consistently No. 7 See the All-New Mercury : 500 Now! Along with the j Mercury 700 - 400 • 350 ] and 60 at Al Loebig's, 1 Wesley. Also the new 17 ft. ; Crestlmer Flying Crest, Im- j perial 17 ft. Flying Crest 1 Mustang 14 glass and i many used boats and mo, tors, Gator trailers and a , full line of marine aeces- i series. Mac soo TWO FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS. AL LOEBIG WESLEY BILLIARDS Phone 3301-2312 Wesley, Iowa JANUARY IS TAX TIME! V and that means you need ADDING MACHINE WE HAVE THEM VICTOR, ALLEN, SMITH-CORONA and REMINGTON. , Electric or Hand Models If you'd like to get the complete report, write to the If Eggs Are Your Business Make Hy-Line Your Chick ORDER YOUR HY-UNE & CHICKS NOW FROM ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algeria DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Burt FRANK SEELY, Ringsted JAMES MAYNE, Ledyard ALFRED HURLBURT, Elmore MAYNARD HURLBURT, Swea City ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STIUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittempre WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - PHONE 4161 ADDING MACHINE ROLLS COLUMNAR PADS CARBON PAPER ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS RECORD SYSTEMS FILING SUPPLIES FILING EQUIPMENT and 1 a Host of other Basic and Essential office Supplies UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE $UPPLY DEPT. Phone CY 4-3535 A | 9W1B , ,„.
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