The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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Raymond Langfitt, Algona the- ather manager, entered St. Ann hospital Monday for medical treatment. f iL ' 'son hospital. Mr, and MM, Mel Bay are expecting their daughters home for trie Christmas vacation. Sandra attends Augustana College at SioUX Falls, S. ,Dak. and Kathy the State University of Iowa, Iowa City. ; Brun- hew mem- church Hardware Is Your HEADQUARTERS REGULAR $19.95^ ' ALUMINUM TOBOGGAN NOW ONLY $ I5.8& '"' 6-ft. SIZE -i WltH WEATHERIZED PAD ALL SIZES IN SHOE ICE SKATES PRICED FROM $ 8.95Pr; fOR; MEN, WOMEN, GIRLS, BOYS. TRflDE-IM YOUR OLD SKATES Large Selection of Sleds •^ "..-'' ! • ! i -' ' f "*, > '. I .- '• l ' The-best p|a,ce in Algona to buy fine ; qualjty t hardware!— af a^ttvirig!! Mf. and Mf«. Arlo GHmm ate parents of an eight pound, ten ounce sort born Dec. 7 at St. Ann hospital. t ' '' • J ; '' \ • i• •. new and better ^^^^_^^^-^,"7 ^^ . , .^-.«Aw^l^*JM*Mtt*!*'«i;t'*i*WW«#:«*. varieties Hy-Lifle 934-H Layers Trim, new white fegg layer. Bred to go easy on your feed'dbllar and boost'your- profit. Outlays Random Sdmp.le Test• proved Hy-Line 934-C by; about -fivs eggs per hen -housed, according to Hy-Line tests. Lives even better than 934-C, too ... especially_under stress conditions. Ideal egg weight. Hy-Line 934-F Layers Ruggedness and vitality are character' istic of this new Hy-Line white egg profit-maker. Hy-Line 934-F offers the same high egg production as 934-C, the Hy-Line variety proved superior to competing layers in official Random Sample Tests. But 934-F has more resistance to intestinal coccidiosis, greater resistance to stress, larger egg size, and even better growing period livabiiity. Hy-Line 950 Layers Ideal for the poultryman who wants a slightly larger layer than 1he Hy-Line 934 Series bird, the champ of official tests. Same high egg production as 934-C but starts laying sooner, has more disease resistance under crowded, tough conditions, is tamer, has drier droppings and lays white eggs with somewhat firmer albumen. Order N-O-W! Kleins Farm Supply, Algona Walter Vaudt, Whittemore Robinson Produce, Wesley Arend Swalve, Buffalo Center LeRoy Schiltz, Bancroft Alfred Hurlburt, Elmore George Eden, Swea City Aaron Steussy, Algona Howard Wohlers, Algona OR WHITTEMORE HATCHERY - WHITTEMORE, IOWA Burt Produce, Burt James Mayne, Ledyard Calvin Vaudt, Fenton Senius Isebrand, Titonka Glenn Opheim, Cylinder Save $3 per 100 pullets . . . TTTTt . by ordering Hy-Line chicks by Pecejnber 16th, for either winter or spring delivery. The Whittemore Hatchery, Whittemore, Iowa extend to you an invitation to attend their 10th ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE, Friday P«ember 15th, 9 A.M. to 4;00 P.M. Free Coffee - Sandwiches - Door Prizes. tfr. and Mrs. Willard Jamison are' parents of a 7 pound, 3.ounce daughter born Dec. 7 at St. Ann hospital. • • —o— Rebekah lodge members had a Christmas pot luck supper Tuesday evening at the lodge hall. Mrs. Margaret Reid is Noble Grand. A local sewing club had a Christmas luncheon Tuesday at the Johnson House. Mrs. Walter Klamp was in charge of arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and Steve spent from Tuesday until Thursday of last week at Stanton, Neb. with Mr. and Mrs. Lert Vronicar. Couples Club" of ihe Methodist church met Sunday evening for a Christmas party with carol singing. Mr. and Mrs.'Don Potter were chairmen. Recent baptisms at Sf. Cecelia's Catholic church were Donna Jean, daughter of Mr. and ata. Clarence Golwitzer; and Jantes Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiese. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dean Johnson are the parents of their first child, an 8 pound, 8 ounce son born Dec. 7 at St. Ann hospital. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Clifford Johnson. Mis. Al Agena will entertain her church circle at a Christmas party Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lloyd Robinson will give the program and there will be an exchange of Christmas cookies. Former Algona residents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sawyer and Tom and Jeff have moved from Des Moines to Sioux Falls, South Dakqta. Tom was a Skelgas dealer here " and is still associated with the company. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin, Jr.'are parents of a one month old daughter, Lynne Suzanne, who came to live with them;Dec. 1. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haag and Mrs. Beatrice Baldwin. . . • . Algona high school debaters Kay Agena, Gary Colwell, Bucky, Buchanan, Tim Dailey and extemporaneous speaker Jim Stanton, with their coach Dick Palmer competed in a speaking tournament at Iowa City ovei ;he weekend. The primary department of the Methodist Sunday School wi) lave its annual birthday party for Jesus Saturday afternoon ai ;he church. Mrs. Margaret Reic is baking the birthday cake and Mrs. Vaughn Rising is in charge of the special music. New officers have been elected for the senior choir, at the Methodist church. Mrs. Ron Mock is president; Mrs. Weldon Soderstrum, secretary-treasurer; Dorothy DeCamp, librarian; and Mrs. Clifford Haase and Mrs. Verne McClure, wardrobe keepers. Mrs. Leighlon Misbach was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. James Kolp was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs. Kolp and Mrs. Donald Ferris. Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will have a family pot luck supper Sunday evening at the church, following wh:ch they will go caroling. Care for the smaller children will be provided in the nursery. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm are in charge. Rulh circle, young mothers eroup of the Presbyterian church, has elected new officers for 19(52. Mrs. Harli.-y Troutman, Jr. is chairman; Mrs. Lumont Wellen- doil. co-chairman; Mrs. Keith Christie, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Robert Pingel is membership chairman; Mrs. Lyle Alberts, program; and Mrs. Arthur Hix. service. First banns of marriaqe have been announced at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Roderick Elbert, Algona, and Patricia Hudspeth, St. Benedict; John Elbert, Algona, and Nancy Mary Ziru merman, Oak Park, 111.; Darlin Peter Kirsch, Whittemore and Dianne Stebritz, Algona. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAW1 " ' Bertha Berte Of St Joe To Wed Jan. 6 committee chairmen Wilth , Mr, and Mrs. Al Ageria, Mru/nd M«. Gordon,Hail, Mr. and Mj%Qene Hood, tit. 'aUd Mrs. tt.» J. Itelfeft Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linttfln, Ml'. and Mrs. Roy McMahoft,; Mr. atld Mrs. Dean' Parrott, ,Mr, • and Mrs, James Whittemprt and Mr. .and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. * . CalhblSe OattghieM of AineH* ca is having its'dhriptmas .party this evening (Thursday) at the Atfademy hall. .There >ill be a seven-o'clock .dirtneivfollowed by a gift eXcKa'ttie, Mrs. Joe Bradley and Mrs. Donald • Ferns are in charge •ofvth|f. < ,pr<?gram. fhu committee- in .charge.^ Josephine Arerid, Margaret" Erpfeldihg, Anna Courtney,, Estellsk Doerning, 1 Deanne Gerber, Irene Griffin, Dorothy Mergen,' Helen Harrison", Delores* Htlbeft, • Josephine Kunkel, Rita May Long, Louise Murphy, Evelyn Prothman, Alice Rosmahn, Nellie *Vani Allen, Louella Wolf,. Jean •. -Reynolds and Helen Mikes./' Mr. and Mrs. John Joe announce'the engagement of their daughter, Bertha,'.above,, to John F. Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, St. Joe. The wedding will take place in- St. Joseph s Catholic church, St. Joe. iSaul Photo—UDM engraving)' Christmas dinner-dance was lieldl at the Algona Country Club Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chrischilles and Mr. ,and . Late BB-Resulifc , 1 • \ Boys Swea City 63, Buffalo Center 53 Rake 52,,Burt'47' ! ••• ' • Thompson 40, Armstrong 27 LedyaTd 46, Ringsted 35 Cylinder 55, Lake Center 49 Lakota 72, Sentral 51 Girls Armstrong 64 > I.Thompspn' 36 Ledyard 45, Ringsted 39; Lakota 59, Sentral 57 America's Most Talked about spreader has a new Big Brother NEW IDEA now offers a Flail Spreader-160 bushels big I As Advertised in Farm and Home Section Buscher Bros. CY 4-3451 Algena -in eve. Ra(nb!er.American-- i • Priced from $1846 to {2344* Rambler Classic 6- Prtced from $2000 to ?2640» Rambler Ambassador V-8- 1 Priced from J2464 to J3923* • * •You'll find every 1962 Rambler priced lower than 1961, but with scores of improvements for new beauty, savings, safety, and trouble-free driving. LPwwt-prlced eonv«rtibi»l The Rambler American "400". Power top is standard. Sedans, wagons, too, Get the test of both! Big-car worn »nd wjnfort, compact-car handling ease and economy . * . you get the best of both in the Rambler Classic 0, Hot V handwm. 1 250 or 370 H,P. V*8 , . . Ramble* Ambassador-'62's action-packed compact, 102 w«y. n«w and betterl Double-Safely Brato Sy 8 tem.S e lf-adjustingbraJfes,NewRoadComiija»4 Suspension, 33,000-mile chissto tobncatton «!, Classic 6 and Ambassador V*8« Ml model. low.r priced) U Rambler dealer, for today*! obvio DAU'S 6ARAGI 125 South Dodge "w r ' 1 '« "** *w -« •"• -^ - ( ._ ki-j.itfc Hundreds of- "Dite»*rtt" Christmas ; .' . . and at PLEASING LOW PRICES California Originals! Highly Distinctive Pieces From Calif. Potteries UP Table and livingroom pottery - pieces with inspiration from sunny, California's coasts and mountains! Wide selection -including pottery pairs, massive single pieces, sets, etc. Ash trays, serving trays, vases and many 'conversation pieces. 1 Others at $2.98 arid £3.98. — Direct to Graham's for Christmas! • * ' ! 'Brilium' Gift Pieces •Brilium' shines and sparkles like silver-lighter in weight than aluminum! Brilium pieces are well- chosen Christmas gifts, includes Brilium butter dishes, salt and peppers, sugar and creamers, lots of other unusual 'pieces! Caddy Sets Eight Gorgeous Big Tumblers In Carrying Rack / Smart beyond compare, and so useful in any home The 8 king-size tumblers nestle in a bronze carrying rack — • • COMPLETE SET $4.98 Special Gift! 45 piece MEL - MAC \\ Dinner Sets HancUome Complete Old Dutch Tile Desk Pen Set Wood base decorated with old Dutch tile and holding ball-point pen that matches. Desk Memo Pad With Pencil •II. Some with magnetic pencils! Assorted style /and.size.pads with dec- rt»»o+it,a nnvprc. '? orative covers. Cup and Saucer Of The Month ' $1 Choose these sets for any month of the year ; .. thfe December holly and berries set is delightful! Early American Serving Tureen Delicately styled .whifes china tureen with cover. Serves sauces, jams,, gravies.' $1.98. Milk? qlass Hobndil Pieces > , * » These pieces - rest on topple-like wood bases- yery unusual. Sugar .'& creamers, snack' bowls, etc. ' '-••-••• English 1 Bone Cups & Saucers A'delightful, gift collection of, these; thin, transparent cups ^and saucers., dairitily decorated. Bird Cage Planters Gleaming brass planters that hang j from wall bracket, bring- growing greenery into any room. Venturq-fyiade Turkey iPlatter $3.98 A massive serving platter . . . holds a big bird, also .has many other hostess uses. +CT'f Modern Metal Canister Sets ••$1$ Made of sturdy metal, :many have warm, wood like coating; Includes all containers' for sugar, flour,, coffee, ,etc. Song Birds They Clip On! Service For 8 Beautiful Gift I - A 19" A striking dinner table can be set with this Mel-Mac set! ! Forty-five pieces provide 8 complete place settings. 16 of the pieces in the set are decorated, contrast beautifully with the other plain pieces: All unbreakable. If you are looping for that one special hostess or Mom gift — here's a very special one at Graham's! '¥ N^jP^f- -t , . -, Wood-Framed Chalk'Board $1.99 Life-like pottery ; song birds of all kinds and sizes! They clip on to anything! Others to $1.00. •Nice size for. 'kitchen notes' ... for a teenager's roorn, . . . even for a little chalk artist! Wood-framed. A lot of gift for the money. Kitchen Cutting Boards Versatile cutting boards that serve as cheese trays, too. Decorated with suitable mottos. Many in hang-up design. JEWELRY CASES $1 Smartly designed, cleverly finished jewelry boxes to hold her ear rings, pins, etc. Assorted sizes. Others to $2.49. KLEENEX HOLDERS A gay quilted holder that 'dress*3 an ordinary Kleenex -- .ihe out easily. <f, PYREX WARE and up Cooking and baking ware, smartly styled, i CUrar thick glass Pyrex ware, heat proof. Cas* iut'roles, pie plates, etc. Oihers to $7.98. THE HAPPY HQHY.QAYS CHilSTMAS STQt! SHOP OMR'DOWNITAWS CHRISTMAS GIFT SHOP NOW!

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