The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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Santa Claus To Next Saturday . Lflltdla — Santa Claus will be ; ?« /u o° ity ha , n Satur <tey, Ded. ,16. At 2 p.m. he 'Will atslst the' businessmen in distrlbutirig! sacks of candy and Christmas- treats' t6' ' every boy and girl. Immediately .following, tw6;>, Shetland ponies will be given; away. At 3 pm, an adult drawing will be held with one prize to be awarded by eacn of the .participating mer* chants or business and prbfes* sional men. • • J> " • /, ,-, ^ The,,Bue, .Jdy tiafderi club : met Saturday at .the city,hall. Viola and Vera Huettner Wfere .hostess* es. Election 6f Officers, was held with Katfty Kru'se eleeted presi» dertt^ Patty Lewis, .vice" president, Cindy Harper, secretary, Becky Beerher, assist* secretary,. Glend£( Hertsike, treasure?, Rena-Steele. reporter. . , '• Musical,Program • . t The high School choir, girls glee club, boys'glee club'and jurilbr high 'choruses, Under the direction of Donald : -Butter, are working on the Christmas pr6- gram, which will be presented Tuesday, Dec, 19. The combined choirs will pef- fowi • excerpts • frt>m , Handel's "Messiah." .Soloists are Carmen Cook, Caroline , GroW, .Darfe ClabaugH, Albert Becker, £lar Barrett. Accompanists are Mar, lyn Rippentrop and Carolyn Ley Commetee Club Met v The .Commercial Club met Monday everting, Nov. 20. The new president,- Bill - Hanken presided. James MeurBr was named secretary to succeed 'John tJkena . It was decided to hold Santa Claus Day Dec. 16, with the details left up" to a committee consisting of 'Chuck Enneberg, .Bill Ley, Bob Hamilton • Car,l Gerze ma and Vincent .Miller. . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson and' family were Sunday dinner N Tort can-apply aldrin granules or fertilizer inixes with a stand- tad spreader any time between December is and March 15., Apply aldrin now-save valuable time at planting N ow you can apply aldrin granulefor fertilizer Inixes to cornland'any time jbetween December 15 tnil; March 15. 'Aldrin won't evaporate as long as temperatures stay below 6,0°F. I No need to mix aldrin in with the soil. Moisture, aided by thawing and freezing, will do the job. Next Spring, aldrin will already be killing soil insects; clearing th'a, way for corn plants to get off to a good itaftiniife. ,I" .. : . :',>-.; j --7 "^ i.i- ' 11 extra bushels per iacre. In some c •yield increase have run as high as 20 extra bushels. 1 .;,; t j ; Cost? About what you make'on pno extra bushel of com.,' ) . CJome in or call:us today. We have aldrin granules or aldrin dry fertilizer ready for immfediate delivery, ' ' the price of one .In field trials, com^profectedwi applied aldrin 'hasi yielded an average W' PLANT FOODS SPENCER, IOWA •GIFTS. ..conversation pieces for your Christmas list! Princess Phone The pretty Princess has a night light that glows softly, brightens for easy dialing. Extension Phones Step-saving convenience 365 days a year,,. that's extension phone service. And you can enjoy phones in modern decorator coloral Home Interphone Talk by phone from room to room • • • answer ' doer by phpne ,,., ph** 90 ?" '™ !1 " • • or in«d« to Bell Chime Let a melodious chime announce your phone calls! (Also adjusts for a fo«d peU ring or conventional ring,) You're sure to make a hit with a TELE"GIFT Mother, Pad, anyone in the family will appreciate these and Other telephone services. YOU can arrange a "Tele-Gift" for fewtajlatipn almost anyplace in the nation and have it billed to you. Call your NoRTpwssrijWLBw* bwu$f o$<?e ,,, «r «k fay guests at H. B. Thompson home at filmore.- • - 'i •Mr. and MM. P, L. Bakken.ahd Linda were Friday evening Callers at the Earl Thompson honf(S. Dinner, guests at the.. Rob'ert Anderson home in 'honor of Janet Rcnce's baptism Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koppen' and family, Mr.' and fMrs. James Spear and family, of, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strobel of Buft, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinseth of Burt, Mr. and Mrs/ Kenny Anderson and family .of ScranttfH, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stroebei and Darlene .and Maurice ; Blbme. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson were Saturday overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and Larry dif Swea ' City were afternoon visitors. It was also a birthday observance for Calvin Koppen arid Robert Andersonl Sponsors for , Janet Renee were Mrs. Kenny Anderson and Dar? lene Stroebei. J 'Weekend Visitors at the H, Hi Murray home weYe Dr. find Mrs! John Lundquist and girls dl Denison. • The American Legion Auxiliary held their annual^ Christmas party With a pot luck supper and gift exchange at .the Ihome* o? Mrs. Robert Ruby. Mr. and Mrs. John Griese were Friday , evening visitors at the C. -A, Gutknecht home. , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson and,family and Mrs. Mary Tel- kampf were Thursday evening visitors at the LeRoy Richardson, home at.Ledyard to help Lynett celebrate her 2nd birthday.', ' Wednesday evening visitors', at he Robert Reilly home for Bej>. y Ann's 'birthday were Mr!'--ana 1 ' Vlrs. ; Eai-1 Thompson, Janice'and' D hillip, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ruby and Mr. and, Mrs. John Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. George Berg ana, Mark of Minneapolis were week-' end visitors at the Melvin Schrpeder home. Weekend visitors at the ThOnj. as Thompson home were Mr.'and Mrs. Ted Thompson of Rush; Minn. Sunday dinner guests were Melvin Thompson of Kenyon, Minn., Maynard Thompson oi Claremb'jit,. Minn., Mr. and Mrs.' E. M. ;Thompson of North wood and Mr. and Mrs: Chris Thompi son of Albert Lea. Birthday club met at the' home of-Mrs. Richard Zielske Saturday for Mts. Zielske's birthday. Ladies present were Mrs. Mary,Telkamp, Mrs. Ered Christ, Mrs. Harry Roseneau, Mrs. Signe Nelson, Mrs. -Ella Ellman, Mrs. Lena Swartz, s Hannah Heetland, Mi-si Lou Nitz, Mrs. George Heyes and Mrs. John Clingerman of Elmore, Minn. . -.!.-:•' • The Sunday School mothers -of the children of the primary de- part^nent O f' the Presbyterian church met in a.planning session' and the home of Mrs". ; ,W. tf>.'"Ley' Friday afternoonrM"?s? Ada Wirtjes and Mrs. Clara Garrett were also there. This was the second meeting of the group and one will be held etfery three months so that the moMiers will be able to work more closely with the Sunday ,School. Sunday dinner guests,-at the Richard Zielske home -to help Mrs. Zielske celebrate a birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zielske and family of Winriebago, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske of Swea City, Mr. and- Mrs. Raymond Wilcox of 'Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Zielske of Lake- Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Zielske of Swea City and Herb Zielskc of Lake Mills. Mrs. Myron Bush and children of Ledyard were afternoon visitors. — Portland Group Holds Christmas Party Dec. 1 Portland — The annual Portland Progress Club Christmas party was held pec. 1 in the home of Mrs. Lillian Schrader. After everyone, had enjoyed a delicious hot d'ish, cookies and candy, gifts were passed put. Each member was to bring a guest and a gift for their guest. Members present were the Mes- clames Margaret Govern, Arlene Wood, Grace Bergerud, June Sparks, Mamie Fitch, Elizabeth Kennedy, Betty Miller, Viola Becker, Myrtle Zwiefel, Ella Lampe, Margaret Arndorfer, Hazel Sleyen, Virginia Becker, Edith Jandl, Elgena Young, Mary Rasmussen, Hilma Carlson,; Lillian Schrader and Vcra Fitch. Guests were Mrs. David Bolie, Mrs. Edmund Larsen, Mrs. f.' W. Marlow, Mrs. Ray McWhortei, Mrs. Robert Kain, and Korene Fitch, i Christmas hymns were sung by the group, with Mrs.' Margaret Govern at the 'piano., Neiw 'officers were presented; Mrs. Margaret Govern, , president}: V : Mrs,, Elgena Young, vice presidehti Mrs. Arlene. Wood, secretary, a'nd Mrs. Hilma Carlson, treasure*.' Wrist Watch Award In Area Sales Contest The following were guests of honor Tuesday night, at a PoW- Wow banquet given by the Archer Petroleum Corporation of Omaha, Nebr., at the Moose Hall in Mnson City. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knecht, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlman, Mr. Harm Uken and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Engelby. For top sales in the company's north central Iowa district Wilbur Knecht was presented with a gold wrist watch. This district includes 14 counties. For top sales in his county Mr. Harm Uken was presented with a Certificate of Award by Mr. John Zurbrigen, District manager for this territory. Leland Wildin, county manager, and his wife were also guests at the banquet. Friday dinner, guests .' in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl were Mr. and, Mrs, George Domeier of Fairfax, Minn. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited Friday evening in the Joe Goetz home near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen were Wednesday evening guests at the Otto Harlans lor an oyster supper. Other guests ; were the Quentin Bjustroms, Arfie Ditt j mers, .Duane • Dittmers,: Leonard Dittmers and Jim Lindhorsts. • Mr. and Mrs. Joe~ Loebach of Whittemore were Friday dinner guests in the'-'Clifford :Young home. • '••.-•".-. ••.''••-; •'•.•.'•••> Mr. and Mrs; ;M6rris; Givens of Titonka were .'Sunday evening visitors in the Howard Sparks home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen visited in the Godfrey Geilenfeld home in Hurt' Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Axeb Carlson, Norman, ' Mary and Ralph and Judy Wubben attended a'.-birthday party in the Raymond'Carl- son home: near Wesley Sunday in honor of Raymond's birthday, and also the twenty-fourth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carlson. . • ; "Getting old is merely reaching the point where you fee your corns more -than your oats" HARE Rare coloring, brown with white stomach and a white ring just back of the front legs of a muskrat made a ,most unusual catch for Dwight Aitchison of near Ventura: All four feet and the tip of'the tail also were white 1 . , St. Joe 4-H The meeting of the St. Joe Trojans was called to order bj Kenneth. Bormann, president Awards were given to Candice Erpelding and Kenneth Bormann for their champion Shorthorn (Salves. The awards were given by the American Shorthorn Association. The Christmas party will be held Dec. 20 at St. Joseph school. ,Dick Erpelding gave a demonstration. The new members are.Thomas McGuire, Kevin and Steve Buettner, Donnld Erpelding, Larry and Steve Kollasch. FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Algona CY 4*3731 Burt Phone 233 bMpfeifrfr fcod mi *n*», HOLIDAY TREE-TS begin in TONE'S Vanilla and 20 other flavor favorites AT BETTER GROCERS Thursday, December t<4, t96t Atgona (Id.) Upper De> Molnw-3 Double Gift Offer/ w For every member of the family This Christinas give a Smith-Corona portable typewriter, like the Galaxle, and the Ten-Day Touch Typing Course on records ... Here are the perfect gifts for the student... the whole family! What's more, In just ten days every member of your family can become an expert typist with Smith-Corona's exclusive fen-Day Touch Typing Course ... The Galaxie looks as good as It writes... four beautiful decorator colors just $5.00 down, and .it can go under your Christmas 'tree! '. . . For another $3.95 you can give the Ten-Day Touch Typing Course. Get them both. Drop in and see OFFICE SUPpLY DEPT. UPPER DESMOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGO NA You've got nine Chevy II models to ehoost from. This ia the Nova 400 Sport Coupe. Luxury and low price were never blended so beautifidly Who but Chevrolet couldVe done it? Price, spice and everything nice! A car that's bustin' with room, zoom and richness. One that's deep in convenience and comfort. One that won't let you squander a thing but affection. Look over the '.im ...., beautiful new Chevy II Nova here, and light out in it at your dealer's. ^'iiiiP^ NEW CHEVY H NOVA A SIX WITH V8 SCAT. C> You design a throaty Six (120 hp. strong) with special refinements like seven main bearings. You take your Six and team it with a car that is hundreds of pounds lighter than the big jobs—and, partner, you've got Go! EASIER GOING RIDE. New Mono-Plate rear,springs take the place of old-fashioned multi-leaf springs. Tough but ever so gentle, they help give you a ride that reminds you of the big Chevrolet—and you know how smooth that is. RICH REFINED INTERIORS. Here's where you sit in the lap of luxury. Leatherlike vinyl upholstery. Foam-cushioned, of course. Carpeting and scuff mats. Vinyl overhead and chrome trim—the works I O EVEN BUCKET SEATS IF YOU LIKE. Comfortable, contoured for full support, padded with thick deep-foam cushioning, covered in rich leather- grained vinyl. Yours at slight extra cost in the Nova Sport Coupe and Convertible. Body by Fisher STRIKING NEW STYLING. Any way you look at it, the Chevy II Nova is a neat, nifty fashion plate. The lines are so crisp and clean we're tempted to call them "elegant" (except that sounds downright expensive and, as your dealer will happily show you, Chevy II is anything but!). See the new Chevy II, '62 Chevrolet and '62 Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's KOSSUlFM 108 S. HAH ALGON A, IOWA CY 4-3554

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