The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 18
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Upper Pes Mdlnft Thursday, Oetebar .19, 1961 Over 500 Enjoy Jemima Pancakes Of Burt Lions Burl — Over 500 enjoyed Aunt Jemima's pancakes at the Lion's Club Pancake day in Burt on Saturday. Aunt Jemima and a representative of h<# company were on hand to personally supervise the serving* Aunt Jemima also picked the first prize winners in the coloring contest hold by students from the kindergarten through the 7th grade and the special education class. Winners in each grade were: ASK SAM DAVIS WHY IT PAYS TO FEED PURINA FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC. South Phillips Streef Algona ' Phone CYpress 4-4621 FEED PURINA../ YOU CAN DEPENb ON THE CHECKERBOARD FOR Linda Lftfsofl, kindergarten; Sus on Becker, 1st grade; Phillip Lovstnd, 2nd grade; Vickie Westling, 3rd grade; Sharon, Bergerud, 4th grade; Jeannine Chaffee, 5th grade; John Patterson, 6th grade; Norma Harms, 7th grade; and Roger Bode, Special, Education class. Each winner was presented a prize from the Lion's club. Grand Opening Over 200 free cups of coffee and dozens of donuts were served at the Grand Opening of The Shipler Dry Goods in their new location in Burt. Winners of the drawings were: Marge Lavrenz, Beth Hamilton and Vcra Bradley. New Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward, Minneapolis, are the proud parents of their first child, a son, Javid Ray, arrived at the St. Mary's Hospital in Minneapolis on Friday, the 13th, weighing In at 7 IDS., 9 oz. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward, Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Waltei Wirtjes, Madrid, Iowa. Planning Visit Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Bohi plan to svjmd Friday in Dos Moines and Indianola. Mrs. Bohi ' will attend the I.S.E,A, meeting in Des Moines and both will visit ,heir son and wife Mr. arid Mrs Charles Bohi at Indianola. Algonam Wed No. 11 of a Series P E O P LE IOWA G MAKE ...the Industrialist Iowa looks to her commerce and industry today more than 1 ever as a growing source of this state's future welfare 'and ^prosperity. The manufacturer and the retailer, the wholesaler and distributor ... all form a pattern of prosperity on which we> are now shaping the Greater Iowa of tomorrow. The brewing industry is proud to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with other industries in building this continuing growth and progress for our state. It now spends over $30 millions per year in Iowa payrolls .. .another $27 millions per year in general business costs . . . and has an investment of over $62 millions in Iowa buildings and facilities. Yes, in these and so many other ways ... the Brewing Industry contributes to Iowa's growth Hafc&krt ef HQftrft state St. Al|6ni, lo^a. ,\ The carrier, a unit of, the-§ eftth, Fleet, is one df the fleet's etertipeneftts participating in 1 the exercise with units of the Third Marine Division, •;.'••• IOWA PIV(SION ' ' UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC, '-.'.-'...•'•'. . DES MOINES ' i .•'•'-.,'<• ...; Reiurn From Colorado Mr. E. R. Woltz, Mr. and Mr Bill Woltz, Mike and Patricia ar rived back in Burt this past wee after spending two months i Colorado. Represenls College Mr. and Mrs.'Walter Campnej attended the Inauguration o Wendell Halverson as Presiden of Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, on Saturday, Oct. 7. Mrs Campney, an alumni of West minster College, Salt Lake City Utah, was the official representa *.ivG of that school. Supt. Harold Martin attended a Superintendents meeting helc at Morningside College, Siou; "lity, on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Camp ney spent Wednesday in Minne apolis. They visited with he folks, the Harry Mobergs. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Richards Britt spent Tuesday at the horn of their son and family, the Ken neth Richards, and attended th Eastern Star meeting in the eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Haner Siren, Wis. visited from Tuesda; until Monday at the home of th formers sister, Mr. and' Mrs. Wil liam Meyer. Guests at the Meye home on Sunday in honor of the visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Car roll Meyer and family, Chester la., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Paulson Miller, la., and Mr. and Mrs Bert Johnson and Bernita. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener and family attended a birthday gathering in honor of Jesse Harms at his home on Sundaj evening. , Miss Judy Hinckley, a senior at Simpson College, spent the weekend with her parents the Al Hinckleys. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crosby and girls, Cotra, Fla., are visiting a the home of her parents, Mr. am Mrs. Frank Ryerson. Mr. anc Mrs. Kent Ryersons and sons Des Moines also spent the week- FIRST OF THE ACTION-ECONOMY CARS The 1962 Dodge Dart 440, a low price, full-size Dodge that will outrun,"out-economize most any car around. Accelerates 7% quicker than last year's comparable model, does it on 554 less fuel. Dead weight has been engineered out. You get action and economy in the same car Also: Chair-high seats. Fold-down center armrest. Rustproofed body. Self-adjusting brakes! 32,000, miles between erease jobs. Now drive THE NEW LEAN BREED OF DODGE SEE YOUR DODGE DEALER DURING OCTOBER OPEN HOUSE 180 NEW CARS OFFERED FREE PERCIVAL MOTORS 800 South Phillips St. , Iowa Zulabel Ankenbauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Sayer, Des Mojnes, and David L. Erickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Erickson, Al' gona, were married in Immanuel Lutheran church at Lolls Creek Sept. 10. Rev. A. E. Vehling officiated. The new Mrs. Erickson is a graduate of Algona high' school and is employed here. The bridegroom, also an Algona graduate, is employed at Ken's Auto Service here. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson are living on a farm near Algona. A complete wedding story appeared in the Sept. 28 issue of the UDM. (Glenn's 'Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) 112 Attend Fall Rally, Lutheran Church, Here , The Fall Rally of Algeria Circuit of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League was held at Algona Trinity Lutheran church, Oct. 11 with 152 members, eight pastors and one Visitor registered. The local society 'prepared and served the- nooft • meal. Principal speakers were Mrs. Martin Klaus,•-Garner, who gave a report, on the International L.W.'- M.L. meeting held at Pittsburgh in'July, and-Mr. Duane Blobaum oh the Home' Finding Society, Fort Dodge. ,2one officers ele&ted for two years were pres. 'Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Liver-more, vice-pres Mrs. John 'Hopkins, Algona, sec Mrs.' Hilbert Bierstedt, Cylinde and 'treas. Mrs. William Meyer Jr.-, Whittemore. The next ralh in 1962 will be held "at Burt. ene man has italefi hewe • swiped hOrtMs., rt .tfaHo* Bttftt -plto" JfelfiflM..,.. fs Bob MeusM faf .the Yanke'ek" He 11ft 1958. * th - the .- "Sure, I'll tell you why Hy-Line Chicks are worth the difference end at the parental Ryersons. i -^^^——^—^-^_ i 'W* VV"W*W^H*1* NOTES OF SERVICE MEN Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md (AHTNC)—Army Pvt. Roger D Nitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Nitz, Ledyard, completed the 14-week automotive equipment repair course at Th'e-;,Ordnance School, Aberdeen fir o v i n g Ground, Md., Sept. 29. , Nitz was trained to inspect, repair, adjust and replace Vautomo- tive equipment parts. , The 17-year-old soldier entered 'the Army last March ,and completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kan. Nitz attended Ledyard Community high school. FORT SILL, OKLA. — Army Pvt. Jerry E. Koestler, son o Mr. and Mrs. George C. Koestler Burt, completed the 11-week ar tillery tracked vehicle mainten ance course at The Artillery anc Missile School, Fort Sill, Okla. Oct. 5. Koestler was trained to perform maintenance on tracked artillery vehicles, self-propelled artillery mounts and associated equipment. He entered the Army last February and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 19-year-old soldier is a 1960 graduate of Burt Community High School. OKINAWA — Participating in Exercise "Warm-Up", a joinl naval-marine amphibious operation in the Okinawa area, while serving aboard the anti-submar- ne warfare support aircraft carrier USS Yorktown, is Marine Lance Cpl. William E. Hutchison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. How to liven up a lunch box Meat-cnsese—egg-almost any kind pf sandwich tastei new and wonderful when you ute Miracle Sandwich Spread, M'» Bade t>y KRAFT, --- T * Miracle Sandwic!) Spread County Reaches 60 Percent Of 1961 Bond Quota lowans invested $8,682,884 in Series E and H savings bonds during September, boosting the nine-month total to $1*1,308,007 for 74.4 per cent of the annual goal. , National average for the period was 74.6 per cent. L. W. Nitchals, Algona county chairman, reported that September, sales in Kossuth county were $80,996, giving the county a nine- month total of $932,358 for 60 per cent of its 1961 quota. Junior Leaders Of4-HToMeet Kossuth County Junior Leaders will meet at the High School Annex in Algona, October 23, at 8:00 p.m. The topic will be understanding the structure and objectives of the 4-H program which will be presented by a panel. The committee for this meeting who planned the program and will make up the panel are Mary Beth Reilly, Judy Willrett, Audrey Gardner, Kathklm Eden, Howard Kohlhaas, Alan Bode, Phillip Seaberg, and Art Mogler. Advisors for the junior leaders are Avis L. Lettow, County Extension Home Economist and Robert C. Johnson, County Extension . Associate. ORDER -CHICKS Kleins Farm Supply, Algona obinson Produce, Wesley iurt Produce, Burt ames Mayne, Ledyard Calvin Vaudt, Fenton Senius Isebrand, Titonka Glenn Opheim, Cylinder They give you,a better chance.for profit. Look how Hy-Line chicks are selling today. One out of every 8 layer-type chicks hatched is a Hy-L!ne chick. Most poultrymen don't just figure cost of the chick. They keep track of feed cost and what they have left after selling the eggs. We're all In the business to, make money. When you come out .ahead by starting Hy-Line chicks, you can't afford to buy., a cheaper brand." • Comments like these have a sound basis. In a 2-year average of official Random Sample tests end' ing in 1959 and, 1960, Hy-Line 934 : C layers earned 29 cents, per bird more' income over .feed and chick costs than the 9 leading com* petitive layers in tests where 934-C and the other layers were entered • both years.' Hy-Llne 934-C averaged 16 more eggs per pullet housed on .3 Ib. (ess feed per dozen eggs. Even more important to you, the newer 934 Series layers available this year are superior to the 934-C. If eggs an your business, make Hy-line your cWck Walter Vaudt, Whittemore Arend Swalve, Buffalo Center • LeRoy Schiltz, Bancroft Alfred Hurlburf, Elmore George Eden, Swea City Aaron Steussy, Algona Howard Wohlers, Algona OR WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - WHITTEMORE, IOWA SAVE $3 per 100 pullets ... ... by ordering Hy-Line chicks now, for either winter or spring delivery. wwvwwvwwwww*^^ PLANNING A WE CAN HELP YOU! As We Have Others In Hundreds of Farm Sales Over The Years. And More Farmers Read This Newspaper Than Any Other Publication In The Area. 1 - FREE LISTING ON FARM SALE DATE CALENDAR. 2 -EXPERT HELP IN ARRANGING AN AD THAT WILL PULL. 3 -.FREE WEATHER INSURANCE; IF YOUR SALE IS POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER WE RE-RUN AT NO EXTRA COST. » . - • 4 - YOUR SALi AD RiACHES 5,500 HOMIS IN THIS COMPLETE AREA. / STOP IN AND 6IT OUR FREE SAIE IISTINQ PAT* SHEET iw» lire iwg 1 ™_" i y i™° * "* ™* ™ ™ ™ . ™* •*

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