The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 4
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.1 1> «>^;"i#WCT'X'*->''' "x^i '," T""(M UppyJ^ Mo»nM V November 9, 196t Haimes it in Chl«sg<j thia w&k on business. Mt, and MM. Bon HemmingfBen and family spent Sunday at Fair ttlont, Minn. With relatives. Mrs. R. B. Waller was dismis sed last Week, from St. Ann hospital after being a medical pa- ,tient., ; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely and Kendra spenfthe weekend in .(Minneapolis where/fchey visitee* relatives. ' ' -^ , * Rev. Vincent Jaibes* 'mission- ,ary to Chile, will T>e guest speaker at the Methodist church Sun- 33ay, Nov. 19. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gearing *nd* Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore plan to attend the football game •at Iowa City this weekend. ; * Cindy Hardy, sophomore at .Mahkato State College, spent the weekend here with her parents .Mr.'and Mrs. Wesley Hardy. * Pit Cowan, sophomore at Stale .College of Iowa, Cedar Falls cpetit the weekend here with he "parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cowan. * Recent baptisms at the Prfisby teridn church were Donald Lee «on 'of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L JShipler, and Scott Alan, son of Mr. {and Mrs. Eugene H. Furst. * Mr. and Mrs. Howard Slillmar land-sons, went to Nevada Saturday "where they visited the for- merfs parents, and Sunday attended the circus in Des Moines. * Mrs. Dorothy Rieken is a surgical patient at 1 University hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster took her to Iowa City Monday. Mariaririe Rieken and KatBy Feaster accompanied them. Mrjt and Mrs. Casey Loss went to fowa City Wednesday when Mr. Loss is attending legislature committee meetings. They plan to, remain for the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Carrie and Margaret Duran' had as callers Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Lihdros of Denver. Colo., Who >Were enroute to Newf York City.: Mrs. Llndros is th¥ former Jean Ellsworth who liveV here in the 1930s. i Several Algona Methodists attended a Youth Fellowship institute at Spencer Sunday. Mrs. Louis Kelley, Bill Bartlett ana John Schutter served on a committee and'Rev. Newton Coughenour conducted a class. Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Finn became grandparents for the first tune recently when five week old Kevin Jbseph came to live with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Weir of Bancroft. Mrs. Welp is the former Carol' Finn. • Receive 4-H Plaques , yviS.c.S. of the Methodist thiifch had > its mpnthly luncheon land-program-Thursday. Mrs. J. B. Asa was in charge of the program and Mrs. Milton Norton devotions. Mrs. L. L. Riter an^ Mrs.i Cecil Will were chairmen$?j ; the; circle which 'Served the 'meal .TV "•" «»c v-"au-meij,-%e(f^iQ ,>recent-.yj«nor/'ift' the nome circle which'served the meaT 1 Mr£' Elizabeth 'Kennedy; - '" Algona young people attending .Junibr and Senior Day at Wbrningside College at Sioux 2ity recently included Myrrm. Mino, Brigitta Whittemore, .Wanda •. Grisham, Sandi Gregory. Mary Ann Steinhorst, Rhondp and, Roger i Mino. Ed Mino am 7 Rev. 'Newton Coughenour provided transportation. Pictured are James Jensen of Lone Rock, left, Kossulh County outstanding crop trophy winner for 1961 and Ed Mawdsley.of Algona, recipient of a plaque for meritorious service to 4-H. •.< > • , , James' five acre corn -yield for 1961 was 135 bushel and for 1960 was 114 bushel. Ed Mawdsley of Algona has judged the crop show since it's beginning and helped the show grow in quality and quantity. (Extension Photo — UDM Engraving) • Portland Twp, * * By Mrs. Victor Fitch ' Mr. arid- Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf went to Spirit Lake Sunday where they visited their, mother, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf who has been in the hospital he past week. It is believed Mrs. Singsdorf will be able to come home Monday. Mrs. Victor Fitch visited Mrs. Ben Lampe, Bancroft, Saturday. " i. Ear! Miller of " Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walton Faith and Eugene of Rolfe wert Sunday evening visitors in tlie Bernard and Chas. Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend and family were Sunday evening guests in the Duane Arend home in -Algona. Mr.' and Mrs. Ray Smith of Wesley wert : Sunday visitors and evening supper guests in the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and family were Sunday evening visitors. • Mr. arid Mrs. James'Harms'and family of Fort Dodge spent; pact of their vacation week in •' thf parental^ Jesse Harms horrie. ^Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion, Jr.- anc 1 family, of Colona, 111. were Sunday evening supper guests/ "- i Mr. and Mrs. F,dmund Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christen- sen.and Mr. and Mrs...Roger Buffington' were Wednesday evening guests in the Wende.ll .Chris; tensen home in "honor'of little Wendell Christensen, ' Jir.'s sec-< Ond birthday. •.-./; > :f' Mr. and Mrs. Ronald; Ortrn^ Robert and Sandra were Sunday' evening visitors in the Edmund Larsen home. . . '.." Loats were Wednesday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms home; Mrs.-Ray Fitch,arid Mrs.. Jessi Schmidt of Ruthv'en, attended the funeral of Floyd Clark at ..Webster City Saturday. ' ! The Portland' Progress Club will meet Nov. 16 in "the horn* of Mrs. Ben Lanipe. Mrs. Fr^nl- Becker and Mrs. Robert Woor will give: the Jesson. Mrs. •'Victor .Fitch, |nd Judy Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur" Hix and family of Sexton sand Mr.; and Mrs. Edward Harms of Titorikr were Sunday visitors in the George Hix home. '" "The older a man gets, the farther .,he had-to'walk-to school as a boy".. • ^ y; Ex-Bandmaster, Seneca, Killed In Car Crash Seneca'— Mr/iand Mrs. Gerald. Niemeyer " ofl Worthingtori, Minn., former;'- Armstrong ' resi-* dents, were fatally, injured in ah automobile accident late Friday on Highway , .J6 near Alpha'! Minn.' ' . Li.*• i ; •-. . ,T ! *,7 .'"•';. "•• ,-.,-', Mr. Meiffieyef' dfg'anlzed t!ie Seneca band-fi^d served as bandmaster .for Armstrong, Seneils and Swe^ City fef. te« years, fte left this,tola to^ake a similar positiCH at WoHhifigton, and tffls year WHS raft>d fis Otse of the 10 top ba.ridmast^rS In the United States. * - _ ' . * Mrs. Neimeye'ii was tkff former Iva Hehlf of Fairmont.' ' : They "were ehfoute td Fairm'dhx for the weekfehd when the accident occurred. ''" / Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seife of Ir vington were Sunday '-lali dfey guests of .the Everett Withamsl, Mrs. Herky Wilberg', and Mrs. Henry Looft a'tte'rided' a Workshop of the American Lutheran church held Friday at the Good Hope Lutheran 'church at 'Tito> ka. The workshop'was Held'for all officers and secretaries.of the local ;WOffiefts froUpS. A giant turnip wad jmivc^u •By Cflrmie Bettls of' near'Oak- land recently. The 1 turnip welgH- ed seven pounds and > measurer 23 inches, in circumference. ; • Mln Miafnirtrnifln n 1 r . ? Three men have hit horrie funs' in their first time at bat'ih a- World Series game. They<:/ai'e Dusty Rhodes, New York plants,1954, Elston Howard,, Yahl<efes, 1955, 1 and-'Rbggr Maris, Yankees, 1960. ' l ;., | STATS 6^.Td^ BATE ° P WltL KbSSuth Cttunty, , i t ss. IN DISTRICT COUftf Mo. 7973 ~ ' ' ~ TO ALL WHOM Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper How much interest t ill you pay in 1965? IT COULD BE LESS... if you have a Land Bank Loan!' Three times in the past the Federal Land Bank has voluntarily reduced the interest rate on all existing loans—a-reduction made possible because the Land Bank is owned by those who ,use its'services. Come in, and let us tell you about the many advantages of a Land Bank ' loan on land, whether it's used to pay off debts, to buy land, to 'make improvements or for other purposes.. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION ,V;; Algona, Iowa' 1 '- ' ' v •' .' r'fj -. . ''•»./! • Algona (South of Penney's) Mon. & Wed. 0 1 Forest'City (West of Forester'Hotel) Tuesdays ,and Fridays. . •• • E. Hr "Gen« v Hufchins, ' * f.Cai*d, at, "Xtgoria, lo.wa'f-.'Noveinbet Bh-lBfil. £ ,(?! ),' ^ .,4% , fr t * j 3 '< b ^Alnia ftsflfiett * WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD ' • • fliiupir ON SHELLS! CHECK OUR PRICES FIRST & SAVE! HIGHiVELOCITY 12 Gauge SHELLS Reg. $3.50 '2.94 BOX 410 GAUGE . SHELLS Reg. $2.75 '2.44 • WE ALSQ SELL HUNTING LICENSES • FREDERICK S&Q HARDWARE ALGONA f ' ; .*_ •;.-.*. ... . ,,. '..<*.,.. •. 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