The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 3
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»i,.M»l (fa,) Mdlrttt- Deceives Cattle Kemfelh Biersledt w^s,presented^ model cow by the Lake Disirict Holstein Breeders Association-Friday 'at Emrnetsburg for; rife 'outstanding 4-H dairy work.,He -is•,the..spn of ;Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bierste"dt of whittemc*e and a member o'f the Jlio'tts-Creek 4-H'bliib'led'by Dick Kuecker. ,1 -•. ',••'/' ''•'''.,' ' ';' -'-S- •• In his'seven years of club work,! Kenneth has owned and shown six purebred and four grade Holstein aAimalsf at the Kossuth Cotirity'Fair, He has shown purple ribbon winners hi the 'Kossuth County and Clay County Fairs and has been- active -in showmanship, judging, demonstration work and the State Production, Contest! Kenneth has held rnpst c)f the .offices of his local club, been active in junior leadership, local' school and church activities. (UDM Engraving)'-.,, '.•>,.'-. , - .:•" • GivenWiear '} ' - • i ,. ' r ; '_• '• .-;• . Lodge Honor • ' ' ' Burt -i K; Smith, retired Burt postmaster,; was '.honored by members of Kossuth " Lodge in Burt at 'their. Past Masters Night Thursday, Mr.' "Smith was'pre- sented a gold pin ahd certificate by Master Kenpeth Richards, honoring his 50 ;years as member of Kossuth Lodge. . K. J., as he. js known to his many friends; received his 50 year pin and, -certificate in thd' same hall in "'which} he was tln- itiated in* Aug.'TJf ISIftrt the agff of 21. Kirby is the second member of his family to receive this honor. His brother, the late C. C. Smith, also received his 50 year pin and certificate in 1953. > Kirby is also a member of the Royal Arch, Knights of Templar, Shrine, and the ;• Consistory. : Past Matrons Met Fifteen members of the Past Matrons ,Club met with Ruth Alice Patterson Thursday for the annual Christmas party. Assist ing hostesses were Lorraine Campney and Erma Pratt. A Christmas poem was read by Ethel Dremmel. 'Entertain- mcnt was led by Mary Jean Andrews. It includes several Christmas poems, a game,'and a reading by Mary Jean. The afternoon . was. climaxed with a gift exchange. Lunch was served. Name Officers Kossuth Chapter OE.S. met at the hall Tuesday evening. Officers were elected to lead the chapter fpr the coming year. Elected were: Mhry Georgia Hansen, worthy matron, John Miller, worthy patron, Maybelline Lovslad, associate matron, Raymond Lovstad, associate patrdn, conductress, Irene Bjustrom, secretary, Genevieve Graham, and treasurer, Lefie McMullen, • frorn farmer and 'ranch-owned ^cooperatives from four states at- 'tending the annual stockholders meeting of the, Omaha Banlc for Copperatives, . : . 'held in • Omaha-, Dec. '11. .... , .'.• ., . . • . ' . , Mr. and Mrs? Q. H. iMcMullen spent Fjriday' and Satiirdays in' t> Moihes! V ' ' ' ' ' ' '' ' Mr. and Mrs. Gary Giddings left early Thursday 1 for' Washington. ••; They, will spend r Qhristma? Xmas Party Members df the Ruth circle were hosts to their husbands at a 7 p.m. pot luck supper and Christmas party at the Fred Hilton home Wednesday evening. Rev. Wrn. I?ohi was also a guest. Ruby ; Hinckley presented devotions, followed by the singmt of Christmas carols. Rev. Bphi showed a film strip and there was a gift exchange. Ed Fredrickson was rushed to St- Ann hospital Tuesday night following a heart attack suffered at his home. Christmas Program The annual school Christmas program will be held at the Bun school at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21. The program, which this year Js being given by grade children, kindergarten through fifth, aa^ sisted by the high school chorus, will be in four parts. The program is under the direction of Erna Baars, assisted by the grade teachers. Mrs. Nora Garner and Ma Fisher were hostesses at a farer well supper Monday night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Gary Giddings who left this past week lor Washington. Guests were Mr- and Mrs Joe Fosnaugh and family, Algeria, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giddings and family. , Mr. and Mrs. J. L, MHler more than 700 with' Mrs: jGidding'^ \ parents Uii Marysville. ! ; They jwillf ,'{$•; from there to Pasco,' Wash; -, Gary will be semployed,. '•.< • 1 Members, of -the 'Fidelis .Class held 'their annual .Christmas party at the hornb of • . Lurena Sodei 1 burg. Lulu Hawcott Was : assisting hostess, Highlight o'f| \ tHe day's entertainment; was the gift , exchange. ;!'.;.''''• ' '• \ \ The, annual . Fortnightly Club ; Christmas paHy< was held at the ifhome of Genevieve Graham Friday afternoon. Elsie Lockwood assisted. . The annual 'Union Candlelight Christmas Service will be held 'at the Methodist 'church "at 7.:30 p.m. Christmas . Eye- " Rev. H. A. Smidt will deliver ' the message. Music will be given by the combined choirs. • Mr. and Mrs. Nice -Rios became parents of a 6 lb., 14 oz. baby son at St. Ann hospital Thursday. The .grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hamilton. This is their first grandchild. Mrs. Rios is' 'the former Roberta Hamilton. Nora Garner and Nettie Fisher were hostesses Monday night at a farewell dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Gary Giddings, who left the -middle of the week Washington. Judy Hinckley, a senior at Simpson College, Indianola, arrived home Friday to spend Christmas with her parents, the Al Hinckleys. Larry Hinckley spent the weekend at his home here. He returned to Aberdeen. S, D. Monday. Jay Hoppus, Dave Rasmussen, and Perry Steward began their Christmas vacation Friday at the parental Ray Hoppus, A- L. Rasmussen, and Walter Steward homes. Mrs. Russell Patterson spent several 'days at St. Ann hospital this past .week for medical treatment. Twelve members of. the Lakota Blue Jays Garden Club, their leaders Viola and Vera Huettner, visited Wilfair Haven one night this past , week. They brought with them' their musical instruments and played and sang for the residents of the home. They also presented the residents with a gift of fruit, cookies and other Christinas treats. Drivers for tne group were Lawrence Lewis, Fred Huettner, and Mrs. P. C. Geilent'eldt. Members of the MYF and Frank Ryerson's Sunday School class held their annual Christmas party Saturday night Part of the evening was spent caroling at (he three Burt rest homes. Mr.-and Mrs. Robert Sarchet left Dec. go for Ohio where they will spend Christmas with the sons, Allen and Davi4 and/families. They also plan- to spend sc?me time in Florida before returning home. Supt. and Mrs. Harold Martin were hosts after school Thursday at a pre-Christmas coffee. Guestt, were school personnel and their spouses; , Coach and Mrs. Ron Cfiartson' and daughter spent the weekend at Sioux Falls, § .#• Leo's Clover Farm Store held open house all day Saturday, serving free coffee and copkies throughout the day. Prises were given. PENCILS, Co., phone QV 4-3535,, I We wish to give this space and more to wish \ Merry Christmas to all. Our warmest thanks for your past patronage and we sincerely hope we may continue to warrant your most Valued Business ! ! «*!r«W^^ Sorry We Ran Out Last Pounds • ;.- ' Arriving Today-Thursday! NO LIMIT so FILL YOUR FREEZER LB. LB. v,-.? -• REGULAR HAMS: LARGE SELECTION CANNED HAMS • BONELESS ROLLED HAMS 49c , SHANlCi POTION .:.:......^., ..MM LB. 79c" CANADIAN BACON ...111"L..... LB. 69c PORTIQN CENTER CUT SLICES L OYSTERS - FISH -TURKEYS - GEESE/- DUCKS - LUTEFISK - CHICKENS zfmisiff&igM CLOVER FARM FRUIT COCKTAIL 3 - size 303 cans - 69c CLOVER FARM PUMPKIN ..... CAN Iflc BORDEN'S REFRIGERATED BUTTER FLAKE ROLLS 2 8 Oz. Tubes 39 CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK 3 TALL CANS 49c SNO-BOY FANCY MIXED NUTS CLOVER FARM SWEET POTATOES 2 SQUAT CANS 59c YELLOW HAWAIIAN PUNCH 3 - 46 Oz. Cans - $1.00 SNO-BOY CALIFORNIA ATES 1 Vi Lb. 59* SNEEZING TIME IS HERE I VICKS ... Reg. 49c 39c V-8 Cocktail Juice 46 Oz. Can 39c FULL TWO LB. SACK ofCHOCOLATEDROPS COME IN AND REGISTER - NQ PURCHASE NECESSARY FOR 2 WINNERS-2 CASES OLEO SUNGIRL 30 LB. CASES DRAWING WILL BE WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27 YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN LAST WEEK'S WINNER OF THE FREE HAM WAS . H. A. NORMAN - ALGONA DON'T FORGET Free Delivery PHONE CY 4-4410 NOW! BULK LB. VICKS FORMULA FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS PERSIMMONS-POMEGRANATES GIFT BOXES & GIFT BASKETS COUGH SYRUP Reg, 98c 75c ALKA SELTZER Reg. 59c - Now 49c 2I39 1 Sno-Boy Radishes 2 packs 17c Vt BOXES WINESAP AND SNO-BOY DELICIOUS ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE •-**

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