The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 11
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When You Think Of Jewelry.. „ Think Of SHARP'S FIRST George C. Durey, 96i of near Manchester is the only man in the history of the Equitable Life Insurance company of Iowa to have "outlived the mortality ta- bles." Durey has outlived the longest expectancy that,the insurance company assigns. He has 17 grandchildren, 59-g>, e a ^grandchildren, and 22 great-gfeat* grandchildren. - -'. The UPSTART, 1RD1 Series $19.95 Lowest-priced RCA Victor clock radio • Farrtpus RCA Victor "Golden Throat" tone • Big, easy-to-read clock face t • Security Sealed Circuit , . * V • Handsomely styled in gull gray with black leatherette accent ~~ ' r , ' TOM'S Radio & TV 112 N. MOORE ALGONA CY 4-3260 Thursday, December 7, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes—3 Jolene Gregory Weds VWVWW^^ "Sure, I'll tell you why Hy-Line Chicks are -worth the difference ORDER CHICKS I'm in the business to make money. I figure that Hy-Line layers will give me more egg income. Oh, I've looked around. I've tried other major brands, but Hy-Line layers lay more eggs. The eggs, grade, out a high percent of large eggs. Hy-Line layers live better, too. That's why Hy-Llne chicks are a better buy than cheaper birds." Official test results back up these comments. In a 2-year average of official Random Sample Tests ending In 1959 and 1960, Hy-Line 934-C layers ate .3 lb. less feed per dozen eggs, averaged 16 more eggs per put- let housed and 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. New Hy-Line 934 Series layers available this year are superior to the 934-c that made this outstanding record. M •991 «r* yew 6»i ftitw, Klein* Farm Supply, Algona Robinion Produce, Wesley Hurt Produce, Burt James Mayne, ledyard Calvin Vawdt, Fenton Sonlut Iwbrand, Tltonka ' Glenn Qphelm, Cylinder , Walter Vaudt, Whittemore Arend Swalve, Buffalo Center LeRoy Schllrz, Bancroft Alfred Hurlburt, ilmere George iden, Swea City Aaron Stewisy, Algona Howard Wohlen, Algona OR > WHITTfMORf HATCHfRY - WHJTT1MORI, IOWA SAVE $3 per 100 pullets ,, , , , . by ordering Hy-Line chicks now, fpj? . either winter or spring delivery, , The Whlft«mw« Hatdmry f Whlrfcrnort, Iowa extend to yow an invitation to attend their IQth ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE, Friday CwtmfeiMilfi, f A-M- to 4=00 p. M. Frtt §offii *• $«n«iwiil*ti *» Peer Prim- in marriage Sunday afternoon, NoVi 12, in The Methodist church were Miss Jolene Marie Gregory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gregory of Eagle Grove and Charles/Eugene Kaufman/' The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Schumacher of Clarion. - The Rev. Lyle Lieder officated at the three o'clock ceremony and Mrs. Lyle Lieder was organist, . Richard Peterson of '-:\ Eagle Grove was soloist. '' The Gregorys are former Kossuth Gounty residents. The bride carried eight, red roses on a white Bible. The maid of honor Sue Gregory, the-bridesmaid, Mrs. Gary Darland and the junior bridesmaid,, Debra Gregory, the bride's sisters, were her attendants. Keith Gregory, brother of 'the bride, • served as best man. Gary Kelling was groomsman, and seating the guests were Dennis Thurmand and" Gary Caquelin, Following the ceremony a reception for 100 guests was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Dennis Thurmond; sister of the bride, registered the guests. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in this city where the bridegroom is employed by Ellsworth .Freight Lines, Inc. Lynetfe Lund Shower Honoree At Swea City Swea-Eagle — A miscellaneous bridal shower was 'held Nov. 24 at the Lutheran social hall in honor of Lynette Lund. Mrs. V. E, Hazelhoff was in charge of the program and Mrs. Harold Opsal was mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Alfred Anderson led devotions. Connie Opsa. sang, accompanied by Mrs. Gai> Larson at the piano. Mrs. Dennis Lund gave an original reading. Mrs. Hazelhoff led a game. Mary Papenfuhs and Judy Hulburt took the gifts at the door. Mrs. Louis Stenzel and Mrs. Lowell Roberts were dining room receptionists. Mrs. Dennis Lund, Nancy Patterson and Janet Walker assisted Lynette in opening her gifts. Shgron Johnson and Wallis Kay Reynolds displayed the gifts. Mrs. Donald Hoein of Armstong ppured coffee. Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt had charge of decorations. Hostesses were Mesdames ReJph, Walker, Leonard Mino, W. L. Reynolds, Elmer Bailey, V. E. Hazelhoff, Mancil Hurlburt, Carl Anderson, Roger Linde, Walter Magnusen, Ronald Johnson, Sam Gibson, Lowell Roberts, Louis Stenzil, Alfred Anderson, Tillie Smith, Gilbert Cordes, Herb Pa- penfuhs, Leo Crowley, Andrew Hansen, Ervin Heidenwith, Harold Op$al, Truman Johnson and R. S. Mather. Mrs. Frank Schriber and James, Ruthven, and Mrs. Ruth Schriber, Algona, and Janet Thorespn, Fayett?. • . . . Sunday dinner guests at ;the James, Brock home at Ringsted were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kollasch and family and Mr.' and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and Mikev. Patty Bailey, Mason City, visited her parents, the Elmer Baileys over the holiday. Mr. and Mrs." Ed Godfredsoii and family were Sunday guests at the Henry Hoppe home aj Fairmont. , Mrs. Arnold McCoy of Decatur, 111. returned to the hospital Friday for' surgery on one leg that refused to heal. Mrs. McCoy was injured in an auto accident last August, as was Mr. McCoy 1 who has been home from the hospital only about two weeks. She is the daughter of the Emil Larsons and a sister of Mrs Francis Torine. Sunday guests of the.Hans Pe tersons were Mr. and Mrs. Osca; Hanson and Ronnie and Mr. anc Mrs. Einer Hanson'and daughters, all of Estherville. Rev. "and Mrs. W.' B. Cain and Rev. Brayton were M o n d a y guests at the Maynard Jensen home. A guest over Thanksgiving at. the Cecil Thoreson home was Inga Safholm of Stockholm, Sweden, student at Kansas University, Lawrence, Kims. Miss Saf- holm came to visit a pen pai. Janet Thoreson, student at Upper Iowa, Fayette, who was spending the holiday with her parents. Relatives calling to meet lima Safholm at- Thoresons over the holidays were Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Bexell, Rev. and Mrs. Pa!m- quist and family of Hastin.f.x Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and Maurice, Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Sumuelson, Marcus. Mr., and Mrs. P. A. Holcomb, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Twee-tun, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pehrson, Mr. and VIrs. Louis Holcomb, East Chain, Vlr. and Mrs. Carl Lofslrom anci ilichard Anderson. Eagle Homemakers will take lomemade cookies and candy to ,he Dec. meeting to be wrapped and sent to a rest home in Ks- therville for • Christmas. The :roup met at the Virgil Tokheim lome Nov. 21, with Mrs. Arnold Duer assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sanftncr and family visited the John Krebsbach home Sunday evening. Sunday guests at the Cecil VVWiVrtVWWVVVWyVWWWVVVWWrt Thomson home were Mi-, and Named Manager Whittemore Co-Op Larry Twedt, formerly of Swea City, but more recently manager of a co-op elevator at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, has been named as the new manager of the Whittemore Cooperative Elevator. He was scheduled to take over his new duties this week. 50 YEARS Mrs. Birdie Gilman of Anthon recently was presented her 50 year membership pin and certificate in the Order of Eastern Star. If IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT FARMER Marketing and purchasing co-ops' assure him a full price for what he sells, and a fair price for what he buys. He may or may not patronize • ft co-op, but co-op organizations protect him in either case. Not everyone bcfonp teo CO-OP but- LABORER Purchasing co-ops help make his wages go farther ; ; ; raise his standard of living. BENEFITS/ HOMEMAKER Co-ops have improved the quality of items she buys such as fruits, canned goods, butter and other dairy products. Co-ops help her get more for her household budget money. ' Cooperatives are the balance wheel that strengthens our free economy TV; BUSINESSMAN Co-ops help keep more wealth in the community. Co-op patronage refunds are distributed to local owners and this extra purchasing power helps all business. Copyright, 1952, by Co-op Adv. Council PROFESSIONAL MAN' The economic well-being of the people he serves is improved because of co-ops. They arc better able to buy and pay for professional services. . LU VERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR LuVerne, Iowa Eldon Guess, Mgr. CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO. Ringsied, Iowa Kenneth Patterson, Mgr, BENEFITS WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Whiitemore, Iowa Larry Twedt, Mgr. BURT CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR Burt, Iowa J- L. Miller, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa Curtis Lura, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO. i West Bend, Iowa H. W. Jurgens, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lone Rock, Iowa Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. Swea City, Iowa Russell Parker, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Ledyard, Iowa Bernard Reilly, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR Bode, Iowa E. N. Ellingson, Mgr. HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Algona, Iowa Raymond Reid, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Titonka, Iowa Jack Stott, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Irvington, Iowa E. F. Immerfall, Mgr.

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