The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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t.f Lone Rock Lady IsHomemaker Club, met ov,in the hortfe of Mfs, Willis 0dttbn with 10 niembeh, predmt, MrS\ Milton,/ Madisoti was •|ssistflnt hostess. Sirs, Lloyd Belted and MrU; Paul Voigt presdftfed the.lessofl. The'Christ- mas 'party will be 'Dec. 15 in *rtb Clair Bolliflger" home. They will make Candy and there will be a gift and candy exchange. UPW Meeting ' The UPW ,6f this Lone Rock Presbyterian church will have their Christmas meeting Dec. 7 in the church parlors. They will have a pot luck noon luncheon and the Thelma circle will be/ host. De/OtldnS will be led fey Mrs. Clarence ftraft, The program will be in charge of Mrs. Milton Madison. THey will honor new members at the Christ- -DON'T WAIT- BE SURE TO ORDER RECORDS & ALBUMS IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS 1 " KOSSUTH RADIO And RECORDS mas party, Pawl aeiteehauef, stm ef the Eorenz eeltnenauers of tone Rock, has .graduated frorn- Oreat Lakes Naval School of "MuSte. Paul was dn the honor fall, Julie Ann Heifrter,- iftfanl daughter of the Robert tfeifhefs, Was baptized Sunday In the Lent Rock Presbyterian: church, with Rev. Fred C. Pruel of Penton of. flclatlng, ; Mr,' and Mrs. Darryl House« holder and Danny returned home Monday after spending a week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Milton DiVeny / at DaVeii^ port. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ha'ttna were Thanksgiving guests in ( the Marc Moofe home; in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. fcarl Chapman and .son Ronald were weekend guests in \ the Ronald Collins home. Thanksgiving guests irt the Collins home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins of Waseei, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John/Collins of West Send, Colleen Col» lins of Mankatd and Sharon-Collins o| Sioux City. ' Mr. rind Mrs. Darryl Househol* der and Danny were Thanksgtv« ing guests in the Fred Mortensen home in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Art Person and Mr. P. L. Person of Lone Rock 'Were Thanksgiving, guests in-the Ed Hoppe home: in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs), Milton Marlo^ and Gail and Mrs, Befnard Kramer and Shelly were Thanksgiving guests in the Mrs. Anna Marlow home in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle ' Marlow and Mr. and Mrs, Larry House* holder and' Mrs. Anna Bierstedt Were Thanksgiving guests in the Leonard Warner home i'n Al» gona. f' Thanksgiving guests in the Joe Lynch home Were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simmons of Arnv NEW ELECTRIC CLEANING 24 HOUR SERVICE CALL CY 4-2104 Days CY 4-3892 Eve. PLUMBING & HEATING ^ ..' 47-51 ^ BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH ' RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) strong, Mr, and Mts, g« SWea City,' Mf. ana Mrt; DeftMls Lund 6f Swetf Cfty> L^J nette Lund ahd G4ry Sttydet*M Storm -Lake, Mr. andl Mrs. Garl Sirnmons Jr. and family of Ali |bna and .Mrs,. Margaref Lynch' and Pat Ljtoch of Ldne "Rock. 'Mr, 'imd Mfs. Lavernfe Ham" tnerstrom aftd Mfs. Juan ta Ros^ of St. Paul we« Sunday guesW n the Ralph Hamnlerstrorti heme, They Belebrated the 15tH biHhday of jHe Hafflffierstrom'i dfttrghte^.Judyi • : . t 'Mr. snd Mrs, P, M, dhristen-1 s'pn spent twa weeks- visiting lr the home bf thdlr daughter, Mr fittd Mrs. ArtdfeW Petetson a- Galva. - ' The ftath family held, d Thanksgiving dinner in the Lorni Rock LegioKt hall, Families at-i tending were: Mr.' and Mrs. Albert SHaser, Mrs. Emma Huri- burt and girls, Mr. and Mrs. HaN Vey Rath of Algona, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Hoist of • Algona. Mr. and Airs. Maurice Weisbroa and family, Mr. and Mrs. bald Wegener and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior ttiMbtlrt and family, Mfr. and Mfs. Dale Schttjedei 1 and family, Mr. and Mfs, Ralph Gilbelison 6f Bancroft, Mf, ahrt 'Mrs. Merwyn Watson of Si6ux Falls, S, D., Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath and 'John, ' • Mr. and- Mrs. Everett -'.Hanna' spent last weekend at ttie' Bert Hdrtna home at. glotik- Falls, S. D. .- ' ' • - - i' Mr. and Mi's, Emil Person were hosts Thanksgiving' in their home. Guests were Mrs. ; Donald Neilsen, Rosem&ry and-. .Billy oi -West Union; Mr. and ,Ws. Carlos Engelby and children^ of Swea City. . Mrs. i Ida Erifeelby of Ledyard,' Mfi'-Jiand Mrs. Kenneth iCratise; -andg irifa'r|t of . Fenton, Mr, and 'Mrs, Sven Damsted of " "fO .' *M .':<•, .'".* Vf'f &3L .. ; Mrs. Maiide Blanchard spent Thanksgiving in tho Chester Alme r homd -in -Ottosen. Mr. and Sirs. L?o Ramus and Linda, 'Larfry Ramus 'and Janice 1 Hannover '- were ' Thanksgiving guests in the- 'John Ramus home in Algpna. They also', celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Leo Ramus. Mr. and Mrs, B6gei i 'L9ng were Thanksgiving guests m/Jhe Carl Beck home (near 1 Cylinder. ' Kay Geitzenauer 'spent Thanksgiving vacation in the parental Lorenz Geitzenauer home. Mr. and • Mrs. Gerald Angus were Thanksgiving hosts in, their hc-me. Mr. ^nd Mrs. Harold Angus and . Mr. and , Mrs. Claude Whitehill 'of Algona,'' 'Mr.' -'and Mrs. Tony Angus of.. Owatonna, Minn, and Jerry Angus^ of Qma- ha were guests. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank] T^rfeyer were hosts to Thanksgiving dinner un their home. Guests werei Mr. aiid- Mrs. fte'x Wolf of Fenton, Mr. and Mifs; Jack Tieman and family .of Burt, Mr, and Mrs'. 'David Dreyer, of. Humboldt, Mr, and ' Mrs. , Leslie. .Baxter were, Thanksgiving^, guests in the Aaron Ernst home, Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends of Lone Rock . were Thanksgiving guests in the Richard Behrends home. •; .-•• > i Mr. and Mrs. • Clair \Bollinger and family were Thursday] evening guests in tMKate Bqllirtger home, Fenton: • V -^\ • "f •;.' ; '•"•' , Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig and family, Mh and 'Mrs. Donald Radig and ' family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, Mr. Eugene Radig of Omaha and Marlys Radig of Des Moines were Thanksgiving guests in the home of Mrs. Alex Radig in Mr. and 'MM, RdBert flanftfl fe* turned home after hunting d«ef at Sundance, Wyo. - ; , Kermit Studer, sort oi Mr and Mrs Herman Studer, Weslfey, and VJUdy Jo Cook, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin Nelson, Britt, vtere married Oct. 21 in St. Joseph's Cathdlld chuhch at Wesley. Mr Studer Is.em- ployed at Kanawha and the newlywe'ds are living at Britt. A_ complete wedding story appeared in the Nqv. p tissue of th^UDM. ^UDM Erigraying) Fenton. Mr. ahd , Mrs.' -Arnold i, ' ' were SUnday' dinner g'^es'ts" -in the R. F. Laabs hprhe^near Fen-' ton. ' ' J~ \ 1 'i I [ > ^ i 5', Mr. and MrsV R'usiejL i Jensen,' Mr. and -Mrs. .Wrh'.jjKnoll lan'd families^ of'.Lone: Hoi Knoll of Algona -Here'iS' guests in the A. -lUiJacJunan home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and family were ^Thanksgiving gtiests in the Wayne Miller home at West Bend. « » '» • « ! Mr. and,Mrs. Bernard and' family,' Ml-.' <&nd 'Mrs. "'Carl Ewoldt and Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith of Algona ;were Wednesday .evening guests, in-the Joe tiuibertson,home. ,.,:,. •; ' . .-v."• Mrs. Elrrier Krause and • Ivjllba took.''Mrs. /Krause's mother,-,Mrs. Ellen ,Cherland, to the Mrs. Cdrl darlsori'• hb'me in Minneapolis Where she will spend sjo$iJ4-ti;nie! | Paula Lockwpod, I low, and Marilyn Mil 'edJeanari. Bierstedt 8th birthday in the stedt 1 <Blancliara ' • You can apply aldrio granules or fertilizer mixes with B stspcj- »id spreader any time between December 15 and March 15. Apply aldrm _ f / "%**«i. ^ save valuable time at planting N <iw y0u caft apply alcjrfn granules ot fertilizer .mixes to cornland any tim« Between U^eniber 15 and March 15. AJdrin won't ovaporate as long as tern- peratijre* stay belwv 60"F, t No need to mix aldrin in with the soil, Moisture, aided by thawing and freezing, will do the jpb, Next Spring, aldrin will already be killing soil insects, clearing th« way for com plants to get off to 9 good, life, r) II extra busheU jxsif acr(S. In some yield increases 1»W Jttn a$ J»i§b 9$ 20. extra bushels, . j Cost? About what yo« make on on« fxfw bushel of corn. I Come in or call us fcxdjy. We h|v« aldrin granules pr aldrjn ^r In field trials, corn protected with wint^? 1 " - : ..... '" SPENCER PLANT FOODS SPENCER, Woodrow Pe1M|hoj and Mrs. Raljsti , of Ringsted| ; . :• •;' Householder and"; holder,* Mrs. yl ahd . Jonathai}, j FfEfnJc {' der and ~' ----noon callers were • Mr, .and Barbara and^Mrs. Larry Householder''of Minneapolis. :-Gail Pettit left Sunday to visit in the Frank ; Stewart home in Cedar .Rapids.. , . Thanksgiving guests in tht Howard Bierstedt home were Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt ol Fenton; Mrs. Mollie* Kressin and Bertha Krcssiti,. 'Mr. '• and Mrs. Robert Michel! of Fenton and Mr, and Mrs. Joe Kemna anrt family of Bancroft. , . 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred ; Schmidt spent the weekend in the Danny Schmidt home in Duluth, Minn. ', Mr'.i, and " Mrs, Eflwin Marlow Were Thanksgiving guests in the Fred Schmidt home. Patsy circle met at Mrs. Emma Hintz' Tuesday evening, Thelma circle met at Neva Thompson's Thursday afternoon. -Lucille cir?le met at Marge Person's Thursday-. Laurie Marlow celebrated hei birthday SUnday, Guests were Patsy Mcpleish, Paula Lockwood, Theresa and.Marcia Marlow. • : >Miv and Mrs. Joh'h Ramus and son Randy of Algona visited the Leo Ramus home Thursday evening. _ ; .-; • Mr. and Mrs. i John Kissner, Tom, Dick andl" Jerry, .Mr. Harry Thill of Algor»B, Colleep Kissner, Mrs. Kate Schmidt, Mrs. Margaret Kissner and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tieman and Linda of Fenton, Jack Heijdrieksen and Jane Kissner of Algona were all Thanksgiving evening guests in tne George Kissner home. : Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson'and family were. Thanksgiving guests in the Mrs, Mary MicHelson home at Titonka.- Mr, and Mrs. Nelson and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Verlon Hennjng home at Clarksvilje, Iowa. Mr ( and Mrs, Fritz Newbrough, Sherry gnd Steve, Mr. and M,r§- Gene Blanchard and family oi Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ifntchinson anc; family of Bancroft and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and boys were Thanksgiving guests jn the Jerry Leanejgh home jn Algoiia. . Mr. and Mi-s. Fritz Newbrowgn were Friday guests jr) the Lawrence Newbraygh home. ,'Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth Jackson 944 family were Thanksgiving gpfcsts in. : the parental Angus Cottpn home. Mr. and Mi-s. Jim Marlow and family were Thanksgiving guests in the "P. -G, McGitlre liwne in ... . '. -•••.-•--. , Mr. ; and, Mrs.'VHarvey ;T LSrsen and -Lindal and Becity .Brandow were. Thartks'givihg^jguests.dn the Ed LaVseh homer near .i.Btirt," '. '; .; Mr. i and Mrs., ; JiplU' Th(ll iand of Cedaiv W * and' tnd^Mrs, Jack QiflnnKwere Thanksgiving gUe'sts in 'the home of Mrs, Clara Thul, ; at--; , ( Whltte" more. Mr. and -RI^s.; Jim . Thul and .family are ' :"' ^pehdirig the weekend < in the ".parental Jack Jjjuintt; home.; , '•.',,•; '.' v; - ; ';';. ,-• > : ; \ Susan"'' Mbntgortfery? :'and & roommate, Mary Una Head. of yicksburgf Miss.jv jSpent, ./Thanksgiving vacation in the" parental E. A. Lee horhe. Susan ahdi.Mary attend Coe College. i" iDebbrah :*. Lynn* Cottbn spent dajb|:in the honie^of hei 200 Attend 4-H Training School "Successful 4-H officers plan their work and work their plan," Fred Asa, boys' 4<-H count* Chairman, told 200 4-H officers and Special Chairman at their annual training school Saturday. The. program included talks. 'You and Your 4-H Organization" by Robert C. Johnson, county' extension associate and "The Plan and Purpose of thr Training School" by Fred Asa boys' county chairman, Group training for presidents by Audrey Gardner and Richard Olson; lor vice-presidents by Kathleen Eden and Galen Metz- gerj for secretary-treasurers by LeOta Ann Voss and John Mes- cherj for reporters and historians by Chris Nygaard and Rosemary Gisch; for leaders. by Dean Barnes, county extension director and Fred > Asi; for recreation chairman by Mary Hays of Algona; photography chairman by Al Missal, Algona and music chairman by Avis Lettow, county extension, home economist. A demonstration on parliamentary procedure was given by the county officers. Audrey Gardner, county girls 1 grandparents, 'Mr. ahd Mrs.' Willis Cotton. . . Thanksgiving Quests" 1410* the Ponald,, Blanchard home were -.* artd'.&frs. Elmer Frank, Caroi ._,__„„ of Swek .City, Mrs ilm.a.'; "Erickson of ,$wea vCity r - ;and Mrs. Wendell' -Steve] '-id Jeff of +*^ lj '-> • Jlanchard. v,. ,fj(i-. and Mrs. M. E. Gejirich oi G||tirji4ge, Mo. spent from Tues- day|'-.ujitil Friday in the parental MfjfclMiary Genrich home. , '.{and Mrs. Tracy Stone and Sunday to spe.nd 'two ; ih the parental 'O..T: Stone - A Banks, Ark. .' Mrs. Wm. Kfioll and HOG FARMERS can raise Gross Prof it 30% We've Just received some folders showing how a pair of Indiana farmers changed'their hog raising methods and raised about % more hogs from, the same gilts. A professor from, Iowa State explains how to fatten hbgs using far less feed than before. . With'thls folder ybu'can insert your own figures and prove to yourself that you can'increase y<?ur income 30% without increasing your annual investment. T r FREE WHILE THEY LAST. I BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT Thundery, November 30, 1$61 Alflona (tn.) Uppir DM jpl«iMe t nt was mastef df cere* monies for the program and Richard Okon, county boys' president,-for the demonstration meeting. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Kalina of Elberon recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They have six children, 18 grandchildren and 34 great grandchildren. Algona CY 4-3451 CAUTION! LITTLE HANDS DEPEND ON YOU HOW "POISON.CAREFUL" ARE YOU? 1. Do you provide a safe place for storing household chemicals? 2. Do you avoid use of lead-containing paints on home interiors accessible to children? 3. Do you provide poison containers with safety devices to avoid mistakes or thoughtless application? 4. Do you destroy empty containers of potentially poisonous substances or dispose of them in a way which makes them inaccessible to children? 5. Do you keep drugs in medicine Cabinet or other place out of reach of children? . .-.<; • ' • 6. Do you avoid use of other/than the original container for drugs? 7. Do you destroy old prescriptions? 8. Do you store drugs of a dangerous nature apart from other medical age,nts? 9. Do you carefully read the labels and follow the directions for use of pesticides? 10. Do you provide for suitable conditions for safe handling, storage and disposal of pesticides? RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY 117 E. State CY 4-2349 RUPTURED? A Free Demonstration will be given by the Weil-Known Expert H. L, Hoffmann in ALGONA — HOTEL ALGONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 —9 TO 12 NOON. .-,..'•'. If you cannot have or do not want surgery for your reducible jup- ture, a custom made Appliance may get immediate relief. A newly developed vacuum pad holds appliance firmly in position. 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