The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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' Ndvernber 30, 1961 Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulancfe and Air Charter Algona CY 4-3731 Burf Phone 233 WWVVWWWVW^ V "Sure, I'll tell you why Hy-Llrte Chicks are worth the difference .. Jeanne Fricfor**;*?* Of Wed January W,',.V#*V *M ORDER CHICKS 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-Line chick. Most poultrymen don't just figure cost of the chick. They keep track of feed cost and what they have left after selling tha 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 ending in 1959 and 1960, Hy-LIne 934-0 layers earned 29 cents per bird more income over feed and chick costs than the 9 leading competitive layers in tests where 934-C and the other layers were entered both years. Hy-Line 934-C averaged 16 more eggs per pullet housed on .3 Ib. less feed per dozen eggs. Even more important to you, the newer 934 Series layers available this year are superior to the 934-C. // eggs are your business, moke Hy-Line your chick Miss Thilges Of Algona Wed Here Nov. 18 Elizabeth Jean Thilges, dauglv tor of Mr, and Mrs. Herman J. Thilges, became the bride of Robert William Rockwood, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rockwood of Wesley, in a ceremony Nov. 18 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the ceremony. Steve Smith and Bob Schneider Were acolytes. Kathleen Griffin was organist and Roland Bode, soloist. Bernice Smith was maid ot lonor and Mrs. Ernest Freiden md Mrs. Pat Hackney were sridesmaids. Dick Balkenender xvas best man and Mike Seller ind Bud Foley were groomsmen. fanice Thilges was flower girl and Tom Thilges, ringbearer. Leloy Thilges and Hank Seller eated the guests. The bride wore a floor-length ;own of embroidered tulle over vhite satin with full skirt. The odice was fashioned in a long orso style with deep points St front and back. It had a scoop f,- edson at st . Cecelia's Catholic neck and long net sleeves. Her church 'here Jan. 3. . •'-' elbow-length veil of imported ^ lBoth are graduates' of Garri- Enghsh bridal illusion was held gan h jg h school and Jeanne ^ m place by a crystal coverea ....... . *» crown. She carried red roses. A dinner and reception were held for 120 guests at the Plantation Ballroom. Mrs. Harry Foley poured coffee and 'Mrs. Harley Will and Mrs. Hubert O' Brien cut the cake. The gift table was in-charge of Vyda Johnson, Mary Foley and Mrs. Teddy Wagner. The guest table was in charge of,. Mrs. Mike Seller'and Diane Stebritz. The bride is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and LaJames Beauty school in Mason City. She operates a beauty shop in Whittemore. The bridegroom is a graduate of Wesley high school and is employed by Green Limestone Construction Co. After a short wedding trip they are at home in Algona. The engagement and approaching marriage of JeatinS/Ann Fride,res, showh here, -has Be*eii announced --by her parents,, Mr. and Mrs, Edmund FridereS,' Algona. She is engaged to W^d James Gottfredson, Algona, „ 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gott- Kleins Farm Supply, Algona Robinson Produce, Wesley Burt Produce, Burt James Mayne, Ledyard Calvin'• Vaudt, Fenton Senius Isebrand, Titonka Glenn Opheim, Cylinder Walter Vaudt, Whittemore Arehd Swalve, Buffalo Center LeRoy Schiltz, Bancroft . Alfred Hurlburt, 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 noiu, for either winter or spring delivery. JWhiflemore Persons Are Hospitalized Whittemore — David Potratz re-entered the 'St'. Ann hospital in Algona Friday. David underwent an appendectomy a wee'K ago and was released last Wednesday and it was found that an infection had set in after he was released. Patty and Barbara Voigt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Voigt, entered St. Ann hospital Wednesday morning for tonsillectomies. Mrs. Herman Voigt entered St. Ann hospital as a medical patient. Alfred Carlisle entered St. Ann hospital as a medical patient.. Ella Burke had the misfortune to fall and fracture a bone in her left wrist. Glenn Elbert is a patient at St. Ann hospital. He underwent an appendectomy Monday afternoon. Shannon Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hedin, was bap- Cover Your and Doors wil •" •'*ntt» fs ! SJ *\,:L "'£* CRYSTAL CLEAR, SHATTi&PtOOf PLASTIC* attended Personnel Training at Omaha. She is employed ai Minneapolis and Mr. Gottfredson is In the Coast Guard at Duluth, Minn. (Glenn's Studio Pho- to—UDM Engraving).' J. }.. tized at the morning, service in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. Her sponsors were^ Julia' Thompson and Sterling Simonson. Mrs. Rosa Zabel of West Allis, Wise, returned to her home Wednesday morning, following; (tie death and burial of her bYpth'er, Louis Braatz. ' She accompanied her sons, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zabel and Mr. and Mrs, Walter Zabel, who attended the last'.fit-, es of their uncle, to West Allis;. Mr.; and Mrs. Thomas Dunphflr spent the weeeknd at the"' home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pickens n» Sioux Falls, So. Dakota. Mrs. Mathilda Meyer , had . as dinner guests at ' her;' home Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. i Air fred Meyer and son Roger, .'Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Meyer of Whittemore, Mr.' and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke and Everett and Jeanette of Lotts Creek, Mr. and v A^r§. Alfred Bruhn, 1 ,Jofeen and ,Da- yid, Mr. and' Mrs. Richard pres- toh and family of Cylinder, v-^ Mr. and Mrs.. H^rry $eely "jij^d Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer ,we^ gllests Thanksgiving eve at tljg home of Mr. and'Airs. Bert Seely. Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur ,Heiden'- with, Mrs. Dorothy, Rosendahl and Kay Frances were Thank?giving guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Albert Lea, Minn. ' . ' • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt of here, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Voigt and Rosella Voigt of Algona, were Thanksgiving guests at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jenson and family of Yale • spent the weekend at the parental home •6f M>, and dahi. Mr. and M¥s. Harold, r mafttt fi1fd"'J6y J and Mill 'Iftt'Mjf, and Mfs. Marian Lefhlnger VIS* ited at the,h6lifite bf^Mriand; nesota,; ishd ,getf rcga'ftirlt§dl' ; the n€W s6n*6t*itn6. udnft' J Inger hoffie.-' -" ' •- ;• ?•?; '•"< , Mr. and MfS. fWayfte 1 '^ arid family,, ivfei*.'$uudii?alni; guests at" JtM'vhoftie of.Mil-.'ii..^ Mrs. A. W..R8de>*J(arellWdf Mrs. Wagner, at Triteohtj. Minrt.', ^(' Award Night Fbr Wesley, Prairie (^ 4-H Groups ^' ( Wesley and Prairie Idwnships held their award night on,Nov.- 18, at 8 o'clock at Wesleys'Odd Fellows Hall. Entertainment was furnished by the clubs and Robert Johnson, Co. Ext. Associate, presented awards to the leaders .and members. The fo*- lowing awards were given out to the Wesley Boys 4-H.. , Joe Skow and Charles Nygaard received a pin for 5 year's 1 6"f club leadership. Chris Nygaard received an ^ award for having the highest senior record book and Robert, Bolenius for the junior. Chris Nygaard also received" an award for achievement in the Good Grooming' Contest and a trophy from' the Rotary Club for swine 4 production. Members receiving awards)for y^ars as 4-H members were ' Philip Seaberg, 8, Chris Nygaard,«6,,Jerry'Hein- en,! 6, Diiane; Heinen, 6," Reuben Skow,. 5. Philip Seaberg received an award if or his excellent swlrte productipn^ Irvington 4-H A ward Night; 2 New Members ! Afardi Nigrjt'was Nov. '7th vfor the* 'Irvihgton Ideals. "" \ ' Record book award for the sehioi; iwent j tq' Betty; ;W_ickware, iriterme'diate to Jane Rariey, % and junior to ; Vicky Siemer. '. Reading awards went to'Ellen Siemer and Jane ;Raney. Membership. ,seals,,- 9 years,, to Betty Wickwire; ,6 years, Linda Bristow; 5 i years, Ellen Siemer, •{ • ,The rpgular-meeting was h'ela Npv. 25 at. the S^. -Benedict .hall;. Fifteen members., attended, two of'which just'joined. They 'are Sharon-' Hi|cf *arid •« Janice Danielson.' i ' t: Four, mothers/and four, guests also [ werrf -.'pi-esfeni,' Mrs.' Bill Er- peldmg gave a' demonstration on a. centerpiece. Ludria,' Leek; recited the "Country 'G^rls.Creed",. Talks, were giv-. en by Vicky,, Siemfir^ and ..Becky Daly,and 9 courtesy talk by Ellen Simmer." . • ' Report Salutes 11 Area Herds Forrest, Hofbauer,, jjorth Kossuth p.H.I.A; superyisoj 1 ,. Deports the following herds,averaged, 1.1 Ibfr..butter,per cow per ; day during . pct;0ber. The herd owners and. number of cows were: ; Laurence Losechen (16), Ed Tigges (18); Alvin Boettcher (33), Fred & Ruhhel Richter (4), Hil- Itert fetefstdt (2S), Leandet Men- Ke (2 1 ?), MiltoH 'MadiSfift-(21), ,tt a if f'y-, Vi^dflhi .-, (26), Sidriey ' totes of 2000 M af buttetfat or John Ruger, more, having qtiaUfied for this I p a jme, &w&rd because of above average •• ; Alyin B0 ( etfchef, S6tteft$eii, ,J3§ft* ••rxUfol feltofih ^ U-^ : Rttgef (61) ana fartn <48), ^received ceiilf-< Only • will LAY-AWAY LOVA Youi' Choice CRESCENDO Stylish Hlih fashion oval,motif l« carried throufh •to i perfect blend of ease and bracelet. 17 jewels. , »4»JO AMERICAN CLIPPER features for sport*-style for' dress. 17 Jewels, self-wind* ta«y waterproof*, shock r»« ilstant, luminous hands md .dial./ — , - , 14».50 SENATOR Tha executive look-top level .In performance but not,In price, 17 Jewels, shock resistant MISS AMERICA V Youth and beauty are captured' In this 17 Jewel watch with beau* tlfulljr matched expansion band; JM . IU10VA DIAMOND U PETITE A tiny 23 Jewel watch lit with' the fire of two sparkling diamonds. . , tha famous BULOVM 23-the watch' that has everything. 23 Jewel movement, self-winding, waterproof, shock resistant, luminous hands and dial, combination link and expansion band, J65.00, Now, while our selections are complete is the time to lay-away 9 fine Biilova .'.'. the watch you .will' be proud to give because you know it's the leader in style, quality and value; WILTGEN JEWE ALGONA'S LEADING JEWELERS ffleleftfftbf a Biig'aVeaHrtlYtlal and crown . All prteM phis tog A GIFT FOR THE HOME IS A GIFT FOR THE FAMILY u trt« Out Cold Holds In Heat Saves Tu £ 40% On Fuel Coils So Little ... Anyone Can Afford It Compare the low coat, light weight, convenience and weatherproof qualities of Warp's Flex-O-Glass with expensive, breakable glass. So iasy ,.. Anyone Con Do It It takes only a few minute* to put up anv of Warp's Shatterproof Window Materials. It's so easy that even the womenfolk* enioy doing it. Don't let cold weather catch you unprepared! Get 'Flex-0-Glass now! WYB-O-GLASJ. GLASS-O-NET, SCREEN-OU$I, FUX-O-PANE, POLY-PANE t. EASY-ON KITS qit olio mod. by Wgrp Brei, CWeo S e 41, 111, ONLY 36'wld. ol.o In 28' end 4C wldihi CUT WITH SHEARS SECURELY Get Flex-0-Gluss at Your Hardware and Lumber Dealers Take ihii Ad lo Your Local Doulc-r to Bu Suit You Gut Only tin; Gt ul FU-x-O-Gk »•»* THIS YEAR GIVE A BIG LIFT TO LIVING The be»t gift of all i* a gift of an appliance ... a lasting gift of leisure. This year you can afford to give appliance* a* we are prepared to hel? you in every way possible. You'll find 1961 model* of We*tinB,hou»e and Frigidaire marked down to a price you can't afford npt to buy! You'll find gleaming new 1962 model; that will dazzle your eye;. You'll find, an extra big selection ef Television sets and Stereos priced so low that nobody can meet the prict; You'll find that we are anxious to help you give appliances this year because we offer you free de. livery, easy term*, take in trade-ins, no d«wn payment with trade-in, no payment* this year, all the instructions you'll need, a part* department to back up our warranty and with no delejy. In other ward* ... w» are in the appliance business and appliances only. Com* in today and advantage of our experience and wrviees tcj trim her tree with a useful gift, TRADE-INS ACCEPTIB'- NO DOWN PAYMENT (with trad^in) - NO FAYiMfNTS 'III NfXT YI4R I BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE fr'-(r-'-fr'lr':fr'\!r'fr'fr 'Ir'fr If': !r'

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