The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1954 · Page 15
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Lakofa Woman Is Injured At Spencer Fair Lake-la—-Mr and Mrs PP*P Smldt and Mr and Mrs WilHam Shiidt attended the Spencer F^ Tuesday.• As they were entered the fairgrounds Pete had to stop suddently to avoid hitting the car ahead) Mrs Smidt hit the windshield and required first aid treatment to remove glass from the' shattered Windshield. Guest Day Tea .. The Farm Bureau Homemakers held their annual Guest Day and Tea aUhe home of Mrs Burdette Hoeppner Sept. 10. ,• Mrs Charles"' Nygaard of Wesley township explained the new orgahizati&n plans. New officers nominated were/ Mrs Elso Jan- DEDUCTIBLE Auto Collision COVERAGE FOR DETAILS CALL Oft SEE ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Phone 1133 or 1209, '. Algona, Iowa IOWA-FARM MUTUAL ™" M INSURANCE °" sen, president; Mrs Arlowe Bldme vice president; Mrs Elmer Paul, sen, secretary; Mrs Glen Mabus, ESSr*" -Mra ,J. E. Telkamp publicity chairman and the four area representatives are the Mesdames Kenneth Busch, Bur- epp t? er ' Henr y Olthoff. - Hoeppner presented to #M J. E. Telkamp, H « l -A u Nltz and Mrs Jer *y Heetland who were members of ™ e first Farm Bureau women's group. Mrs Nitz rejoined the group last year. Mrs Telkamp and Mrs Heetland have been continuous members. Mrs Telkamp poured. Band Mothers Meet The Band Mothers held their first meeting of the new year in the hot lunch room Monday at 8 o'clock. Mrs Albin Nelson the new president presided. Plans for special activities for the winter season were discussed, also several hew projects. Rev Harlan KrUse was guest speaker at the Woden Presbyterian church Sunday. Woden was Rev. ,Kruse's boyhood home. The 8th district Legion and Auxiliary meeting was held at Ft. Dodge September 16 and was attended by Mrs C. F. Ennenberg. local president, Mrs Jerry Heetland, secretary, Mrs Henry Olthoff and Mrs Mary Zoller also Ferd Koppen who is county president of the Legion. The Mariners enjoyed a pot luck supper at the Presbyterian church Thursday. Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer were in charge ol devotions and Rev. Victor Uriesen of the E ard R church of Ledyara led a discussion of the'Epistle to the Phillipians. Mr and 'Mrs Henry KienUz- of. Bridger, Mont., Mrs'Augusta McKee, Mrs Lou Scoval and'daugh- ter of Billings, Mont, arrived Monday ' to visit:. their Cousins, Emma and Lena Gutknecht. Mrs Jennie Gutknecht entertained at 7 o'clock dinner . Wednesday for the visitors and Mr and Mrs Charles ..Gutkneqht. . ReV and Mb Albert "Kla'm'mer of Frankenmuth, Mich., visited WHAT'S THE .STORY ON HEARING AID TRADE-IN OFFERS? You'll probably still pay -~: more than the cost of the $125.00 Zenith 3-transistor Royal-T Some dealers advertise a trade-in or allo.wance of from;$50 (o $100: on your present hearing aid towards the purchase of one of their transistor models. When you go to buy one, you'll find that they usually sell for $265.00, $270.00 and up'to over s $285.00 each! It's easy to offer a trade-in on a bearing aid that sells at such prices but..,• *"-.-• ««*«"•"•• IOOK AT THE J FACTS r Suppose you are offered a trade-in of;$100.00 on a $285.00 modeC Figure it out ... you're still paying $185,00 for the aid. Compare that to the $ 1 25.00 Zenith Royal-T. Quite a saving when you buy a Zenith. iHcre's another point. $125.00 buys you a new Zenith and you still ihave your old instrument for a "spare"'— a high'tr priced hearing Jaid with a tra'de-in leaves you with only 'one hearing old which still imay have cost you more than the Zenith Royal-T. Get the hearing help you want and save money" at' the sam'e time.' iprove to yourself what thousands of other Zenith users have proved , . . that you Can't buy a better hearing aid than a Zenith at any pricel 10-DAY MONir-BACK OUARANTK • IASY PAYMENT PLAN -Mi. HEADQUARTERS FOR ZENITH HEARING AIDS Be d Smile Driver. Usually a smil* Is like an echo - It will bounce right back. theit cousins Mr and Mrs-firnest Christ, 'Friday and Saturday of last week. ' Mr and Mrs L. A> Nitz, Mrs Mary Zoller and Mrs John Heetland-went to Emmetsburg 1 Sunday afternoon to visit John Heetland in the nursing home. He expects to be moved to the home in Burt soon.- Mr and Mrs Russell Winter took their son Larry to St. Paul, Sept. 13, where he will start his second year at Macalester. Larry and Carlyle Gerzema and Arlo Pannkuk also returned to Macalester, Carlyle. for his third year. Swea City High Classes Elect New Officers Swea City~-Newly elected officers for the Swea City Community School classes are as follows: ; Senior class — Mike Dolan, president; Jacqueline Claussen, vice president;' Kay Carmean, secretary; Bill Christensen,' treasurer; and Randall Webb, class advisor. i •; Junior class — president, Mary Kay Dolan; vice president, Reggie Peterson; secretary, Lavon Jensen; and treasurer, Norman Ottman; Class advisor, Ivan Smith. The sophomore class elected Nancy Weber for president; Mary Lou Blomster, vice president; Phyllis Engholm for secretary, T treasurer and Robert Jacobsen for class advisor. James Carmean is president of the freshman class and Ronnie Kaltved, vice president; Loretta Mino is secretary and Dorothy Peterson is treasurer. . Bryce Johnson is class advisor. Student Council officers are' Mike,.Dolan, president, Bill Chris- tenserC vice president; Pat Martin, secretary and Kay Carmean, treasurer. .Allan Johnson is president of the student body. The Pep club president is Cheryle Torine and Kay Carmean is treasurer. Paper staff officers are Pat Martin, editor- in-chief, Dick Emery, ass't editor, John Sanftner, art editor, and Mary Kay Dolan, business manager and secretary. '• ' S - * VFW Fish Fry The Swea City will hold a fish fry at VFW hall nefct Tuesday, Sept. 21. Serving will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a family style supper. Every one is invited to attend. The menu will include fish; scalloped potatoes, baked beans, cole slaw and the usual extras. Prices are $1.00 for high school student and adults anJ 50 cents for grade pupils. No charge for children under school Pfc. Delbert Kauffman, son of Mr and Mrs Russell P. Kauffman of Swea City, has arrived at Inchon Harbor aboard the transport Marine Phoenix, to join the 1st Marine division. in Korea. The division has been in Korea since shortly after the outbreak of the conflict. It was awarded Presidentitl Unit Citations for Inchon landing and the Chosin Reservoir actions. 54 YEARS, It's been 54 years between reunions for the five Wyant sisters, of North English. They include Mrs Mattie Chappell of Warsaw, Indiana. She's 84. Also, Mrs Alma Penn and Miss Zelpha Wyant of North English; Mrs Edith Allan and Mrs Lulu Ochs of Las Vegas. LADY BORDEN j Tropic Isle Pineapple Ice Cream Chockfiil of julcf sim-ripened pineapple use itk made Hospital Patients Home, Whlt'emore WWiMmttfe^rA'. fi. Srogatvwho was a patient a.t St> Ann hospital following .an .heart attack, last week, returned home on Wednesday afternoon having improved considerably., . Eunice Maahs, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs, underwent surgery" at St. Ann hospital at Algbna, Thursday, Mrs Fred Ruhnke returned home Sept. 11 from-the Palo Alto County hospital where she was a patient for ..several days. John M- Farrell returned home from the; Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge where he was a patient for several days. Visit At Sioux City~ v Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer, Mr and Mrs Elmer-Ruhnke, and Mr* and Mrs Alfred, Bruhn ;visited with their mother Mrs Mathilda Meyer at Sioux City where the latter is a patient in the St. Joseph hospital. Mrs A. Meyer Visit* Mrs Adelia Meyer spent Sunday afternoon visiting with her sister Aurelia Leinenger, and her niece Mrs Earl Weaver who is recuperating at the home of her mother Mrs Leinenger, following surgery at'the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge last week. Bftnd T<J Pott .The Whittemore Public School Band was at Fort Dodge Thursday where they participated in the marching with 15 other bands in the parade during the Legion convention held a.t Fort Dodge. Henry Hlnlzes Visit Mr and Mrs Henry Hintz of Fonda spent last week visiting here at the Alfred Meyer home and with other relatives and old schoolmates of Mr Hintz at Fen* ton and Lotts Creek at Algona, they visited with * Mrs Robert Dreyer Sr,, and with iMf and Mrs Robert Dreyer Jr., Mr Hintz and Mrs Dreyer Sr.,. ate .•sister and brother. ' ! , ,• ' ' The Whittemore Band Boosters will hold a bake sale at the Legion Hall Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt were Sunday evening visitors with' Mr and, Mrs Arthur HeideriWith., • Ferdinand Schultz of' Vinton, is staying at the home of his nieces, Mrs Ernie Meyer and Mrs Herbert Potratz. x Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Kelly at Pomeroy.; The Southside 500 Club was entertained at the home of Mrs E. Knecht Monday night. Mrs Leroy Farrell won high; Mrs Peter W. Kollasch," second high: and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl, travel. s-sSeSisS 34 New Cars Sold, 2 Weeks Thirty-four jiew cars and trucks were registered at the county , treasurer's office during the last two weeks. New owners are: Mercury — D. E. Bennett, Lu- Verne, E. E. Haas, Elmore. International—E. J. Cherland, Burt. Ford — J. T. Chrischilles, Algona, John Enrich, Elmore, R. A. Harringa. Buffalo Center, Her- .bert Hensley, , Algona, Frank Neuman, Lakota, Rudolph Tietz, Lone Rock, E. F. Bauer, Swea City, W. O. Briggs, Swea City, Ben Farrow, pickup, Lakota, Leonard Mino, truck, Swea City, and W. S. Steven, Algona, . Chevrolet — Carlyle Engelby, Ledyard, Farmer's Co-Op Elevp,- tor, truck, Ledyard, J. P. Hil forty, Wesley, Delia MeCullough, Algona, Nick Berte, Irvington, Du- Wayne Germann, Whittemore, A. F. Looft, Swea City, Edward Rich, Algona and Ralph \Taylor, Algona. x Buick—E. S. Kinsey, Algona. Plymouth—H. S. Montgomery, Algona. Tuesday, September 21.. 19S4 Algona (la.) Upper DM MdtrtM~7 'Packard—R. E. Rising, Algona. Studebaker —G. D. Shumway, Algona and E. P. Borchardt. Pontiac—R. F. Addy, Lakota. DeSolo—Ralph Bristow, Burt. Henry J — L. H. Ilulchinsori, Lone Rock. Olds—James Jentz, Fenlon and A. R. Liridc, Swea City. Dodge—K. W. PerciVal, Algona. Grid Jamboree Plan Is Dropped The annual North Central conference football jamboree, the oldest in Iowa, has been canceled this year by a Vote of the loop coaches. Started in 1038, the jamboree was held each fall at the Clarion high school athletic field. The conference bands also performed each year before the football game. Each year, the four eastern teams, Hampton, Clear Lake, Iowa Falls and Clarion, played the four western teams of the loop,' Humboldt. Algona, Eagle Grove and Webster City, with each team playing one quarter of the game. Drawings were held each year previous to the game to decide which two teams played each quarter. IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA Fri., Sept. 24 3rd Heat of Corn Shelling Content IOWA CORN HUSKERS Sat.. Sept. 25 VANCE DIXON Orchestra Sun., Sept. 26 The Idol of the Airlanes JAN GARBER and his famous dance orcheitra Adm. 1.61 plus tax, toi'l. 1.80 Wed., Sept. 29 Nora Springs Fireman Ball KENNY HOFER CHECK YOUR CORNPICKER CORNPICKER PARTS For Oliver, Massey-Harris, New Idea and Allis-Chalmers Pickers • COMBINE PARTS For Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, Massey- Harris and Gleaner Combines. Now For Needed Parts and Repairs You'll want your Cornpicker in tho best of condition to do the picking job this year. All gears, bearings and moving parts should be checked now. See Us For Rubber Corn Picker Rollers Lubricating Oils — All Machine Greases — Firestone Tires BRADLEY BROS. FARM IMPLEMENTS Take a look at the prf«*e ^^^s^:^ 5 ^ Only 2303 delivered locally'. * nl. occe^ones. nsgSsFjBssK — The fact is, for just a few dollars more than you'd pay for one of the so-called "low-price three," you get in Buick a whale of a lot more automobile—more room, more comfort, more ride steadiness, more V8 power. And that "more automobile for your money" goes for every Buick in the line— the low-priced SPECIAL, the high-powered CENTURY, the extra-spacious SUPER, and the custom-built RPADMASTER. And the proof is in Buick's booming sales figures I >*«* You want a car that will keep its style in the years ahead, and return more dollars when you sell it. That's today's Buick— for with the year-ahead styling that graces this winner— and with all the solid value built into this great automobile- you're bound to command a higher resale price when you sell it. Drop in— look over this beautiful buy— and learn the clincher: With our tremendous volume right we can offer you the top allowance on your present car. So you're way ahead on all counts! WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUIIT BUICK Will SIUILD THEM am Soaring! MUTON BERIE STABS FOR BUICK-St. H. Bvick-Btrl* Show AIKIOOK Tuodov Ev 10S N,. Hill BUICK Algona, Iowa

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