The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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Dei Mdtnift thuf*t!ay, 8, Wed 44 Years, Ledyard Folks Are Honored Ledyard — The children of ' Mr, and Mffs. Ray Wentworth of .,, Buffalo Center, former Ledyard area residents surprised their parents on Saturday night by coming to' jhelp them celebrate their 44th wedding anniversary. Attendini''~were" the Harbld and Delbert 'Wentworths of Ledyard, the Alvirt Richardsons 'of Swea City, the Donald Wentworths of Ringsted,; the Keith McDermolts of Delev'an, Minn, and the John Wentworths of Blue Earth. WSCS Circle Mel ' The Mary Circle of the Metho-* dist Woman's Society of Chfis- „ tian Service met on Thursday, evening With Mrs. ' Everett Thompsoh. Mrs. Howard Thompson Jed in the devotions and'Mrs. D. B. Mayer'contiriUed the study of the boqlc of Timothy. The eve-' ning Was ".spent -cutting ou't pictures to'be serif,'fo Missioriarys for use in their Work. The Esther Circle met in (he afternoon with Mrs-. Hazel Carpenter. Mrs. Zilphy Hardt was in charge of the program.- No School Friday There will be no school here on Friday as the teachers will be attending the Kossuth County Teachers Institute in Algonai 4-W Project D/sgt/ssec/ 188 Flu Shots One hundred eighty eight flu shots were given to students and school personnel on Monday morning by Dr.,R. F. Snyder of Swea City. Thej second shot will be given on October 16. Home On Furlough' A/2c Roy Herzog ad-ive'd home on Thursday night from Wichita Falls, Kansas, where^ he has 1 been stationed for 'thq ' past, seven months going to school He- is to report jto Schilling AFB on October 15. He' has bee.n assigned to Strategic Missile Sqs. SAC. 'Home furnishings are the main project for 4-H girls during the new year. In the above photo, Avis Lettpw, county extension home economist, left, And Nancy Chambers, Cprw'ith)'a past county 6ificer t are talking about the possibility of making draperies as a; project. Main objective in home furnishings is to help the girls-learn t'o; create a livable .home. Besides skills in housekeeping, they Will learri are principles and appreciation of beauty in nature. ; . • ! " •,: ; ',:'-." , Octobpr is the month • for joining; a 4-H club; and anyone interested (from 10 to 21 years of age) in becoming a member may contact their ,local,township leader or'the county extension off ice,in. the Farm Bureau Building here for complete details. (UDM Engraving) College students home Over the weekend were , Beth Johnson, Betty and Judy.;, Herzog from Nprthwesterh. College in ; Orange City; Bill Green, Sandra Johnson and Harlyn Brandt from the C, E. School in Omaha; and Janice Edwards from Waldorf College in Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter of Omaha visited with the Orrie Udstuens and E. A. Carpenters over thei weekend; • ?*fc¥&:>^ '"• at , la the ty president'• fihd the local Post. Dinner gtiests Harold Herzof hoMe'-'.^ers 'Mr and Mrs. Celbert Seh6afleV' l and Darci6 of Burt' attdiMrfni Ethel Kessel and Phyllis of ,Etec%e. Mrs. Freda Busfih of-Eflftore visited at the home ttf M>s«,vPaul Oelhaus on WedH^flay* yffjtet. noon visitors were Mr«.? Wm. Bauman and Marks M>s.*-;Gonn Dirksen and Mrs. Clayfdri boro. ' V Mr. and Mrs. Dick girls of Hubbard Visited .#• the Chris Gelhaus home on Sunday. Herman Runksmeier is, a,«t>a- tient at the' Methodist Hospital-in Rochester, Minn. • ; > Swea & Eagle Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson attended the ^uheral of Mrs. Gaylord 'Johnson Monday at the Methodist church at Tenton, "v • * <( Frieda Schauberger, 'Atlaiitic, Mrs. Carrita Johanson, ( Ringsted, and Betty Boever, Minneapolis, were recently visitors'; and sUp- per guests at the Carl Schauberger home. . : .'•".'"" ' William Tobin, Russell "Strayer and Alb'ert 'Anderson vfere Albert Lea callers Friday. '•' Mr. and Airs. Walter O'Gfeen at the _„_„. Seventeen of „ the Miy- „ wives Club tnet Wednesday evf* ning far 1 dinner, . , , ^ Mr. and Mrs. OrVilie of Blue .Earth fo-ere' guest* of he? parents, the .Hardld CSits' Stilt day. In the evening, thetCarf% called at the Jack 7 " home. - r '>, Mr. and Mrs: Maiificea D,r^w, and family were'Sunday eVeTfiirtlf, suppef guests at the Richii-d O'- areen home. , < ,, ,^^">*^"\ "Mi 8 ; fl'hd *irs,' Albert 'Atfdfer'sott, Jenrtlfet"> and Jer"fyt'Mtefe, Sfrriday evening effierf »>t'\ the- Kenneth Kollasch ) h<stne.. r >, .^ >•«'"* •*» SundaylM^s ,;alVMe*.Hang and the Paul Sftmttt^s. „ "'J,* ^ Mr.' and' Mrs.''Carlos,-'Engelby'- and fahiily and Mrs.'.Ida-fingelby of Ledy*a.rd '^rove ' td Sargeant, and MM, afid MI*., a of Lucerne', V When were w&kaid 't,tenW3, were •Met fittfcs'ts; of the 4 Lestei- MdfiMs>,at'SVinhebagoi " „, ',.'Lowell Jensen. Billy -Johnstfn anfi ^Michael Pierce went 'i-to Am6S Saturday with OHffSi'd the FFA judging from the Swea City chip , laL^l^Jb-^ i-tn^t J-llAS^— .,„] ,| '|' M i Brssk'f-ff&?i U'rT , • ,-:'. <- fi M.' ••s",. aaajMaaamiiaJaaaariiiHiK ti ,", Mr. and, Mrs. Alfred Wilcojf of Laurehs visited, Sunday,, at the Raymond Pdcht home ariu Were diflher gUesta there, ' i ' Sirs. Floyd Treat entered Holy F,ariiily" hospital Thursday foi treatment. , .>' Mr. and Mrs. Wifllam Suh- mafln of Emmohs, 'Minn, called at the Kenneth Brones<a«d tho Andrew Brones homes Monday evening. RED? A Free Demonslraiion will be given by the Well-Known Expert M. L Hoffmann in ALGONA — HOTEL ALGONA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 9 — 9 .TO -12 NOON. • • • If you cahnot have or do. not want surgery for your reducible rupture, a custom 1 ,,made. Appliance may get Immediate relief. A newly developed! vacuum pad holds, appliance firmly in position. Over 30 years of experience with 'tens of thousands Of customers to prove it, Hoffmann can help you too. Please,come' early. Caution: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains'. ^ "i,','^ t^ HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 953 Plymouth Building , Minneapolis 3, Minnesota" F»««;»W«r»l>lP4K8»?.i n C •?"/••'•.•*; • «i» '•• '•», HORMEL LIVESTOCK ' ' V ALGONA . , Mrs. Marie" Halverson arid Marvel guests Mrs. Esther Halverson and Beverly of Minneapolis, and Dr. and Mrs." Paul Wilson, ' David and Dexter ot Waterloo. Mr. and .Mrs. Tilmer Halverson and family of Blue Earth' entertained the group at dinner on Sunday., \ ; .; ; ', Mrs. Lillian Brack was a'''din- ner guest Sunday at the Walter Miller home at Buffalo Center Her grandchildren, Rickey ot Luther College in. Decorah and Priscilla of Minneapolis, were'al- so .'guests at the parental Miller home.* y' Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Blair have moved to thfeir farm home southwest of neVe. She plans to continue working at the Farmer's Cooperative Company. ' Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Jacobson and family of Hartley visited with his parents the George Jacobsons on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson were 'at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake on Saturday where they attended Parents Day. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier attended the Eighth District Le- When the weather's bad Ihe shopping's good— by phoneP r You get a real bargain when you shop at home—by telephone. No worrfej about the weather ... or parking... or baby-sitters. Instead of bucking crowds, you speed in and out of stores as you like—getting things dona 1 by phone as you never could on foot. Next time you can't leave homo \t9ffe°J? s i*4fii£ the easy* convenient way—by telephone! ' ' ' f e f jj-- 1 --- ' . f : <f \ f s f • ;;.,« - "'!'¥-' /,' ' '-''-' " ^'f^-t'^W-' "•-«- S-... ,- -^>,, .. .*»", -. #r '' -' ''"'?: : ~' ".'$» '- ; \?'<*:£ ! '*' t '\<v&^'^%$& '- t ^r»^^'* f' f >",<*:[-v\-" f t~* "-> "/ -'-f,'- ^f^' -;;"/- ; \ . r-,r '-," ^if^ t t ^-^xM ' ''-' ! - : '\-' f ^l"'--'-';',.'''^ - ; \< :',t < * I", '*'*;, "' "'^' f , ,-"^''; ',"'"'''* J 'v/;f /Vow here—a gceaf n$w exclusive from Butck mm It puts the engine ahead like the tip of an, arrow * It fames 9 wjnd wander* ' and road away * It sweeps you forward in a hush of faxury • It turns the floor hump into foot space, •;••'•'> WHAT IT IS-BuicVs big new move: It positions the great new Wildest V-9 and Turbine Drive way up front over BuisKa frgnt wheels, WHAT? IT DQES-Aa the engine went forward, the floor tmmp went QQWWt And, the forward weight makes w,heel response for quicker, cornering faj surer, tide far smoother, ' ^ WHY YOU'll, 1&VB IT-Ifa the closest you cm come to, sports CM handling in a passenger car, Distances shrink before its %-Q thjrust, Hilfa disappear, tern on c wives is gone because the frame's gone wider, Winds dorft make you, at fa Buick beat! SCHULTZ BROS. 1009 South Phillip? Algona, Iowa

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