The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1956 · Page 69
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First Annual Report of Progress Of The Algona Community L-Rock P.W.O. Nursery Class Plan Begun Lone Rock—Lone Rock P.W.O. met Thursday afternoon at the church with 24 members and two guests present. During the business meeting. Mrs Clarence Martin gave the treasurers report for the month of January, and Mrs Jesse Blanchard reported that two bags of used clothing had been sent to St. Louis to be distributed to the needy overseas and three bags remained to be filled. Anyone wishing to contribute should bring the clothing to the church. President, Mrs Ronald Christenson read a letter she received from a former P.W.O. member Mrs Hulda Schultz, now living at Alameda, Cal. Mrs Milton Madison was in charge of the special services honoring Mrs Maude Blanchard, making her an honorary member of the P.W.O. Mrs Blanchard was presented a pin and certificate. This award • is presented once a year to a member. A nursery class had been started at the P.W.O. meeting and each month a different member will take charge of the class during the business meeting. The class is held in the Sunday school nursery room. Mrs Jesse Blanchard had charge of the class this month. Mrs Blaine Saxton read scripture and lead in prayer with Mrs Clarence Martin giving the jes- son. Hostesses were Mrs Ralph Hnmmerstrom, Mrs Selma Ham- imerstrom, Mrs Herman Kramer. Miss Neva Thompson, and Mrs Blaine Saxton. W. J. Cotton has been a patient at St. Ann hospital since Tuesday where he underwent major surgery. Mrs Maude Blanchard and Mrs Frank Flaig railed at the Amanda Pettit home Thursdy after- Wesley Girl Studies For Home Economics Career Ames—Right now Mary Tjaden of Wesley is getting some good down-to-earth experience for her future in home economics education. Every day she goes to Ames High School for one period to teach students in advanced home economics. She's teaching a course in tailoring to junior and senior girls now, and after the turn of the semester, will be presenting material on clothing care to high school-boys. This half quarter of student teaching will greatly aid her when it comes time for the "real thing" next fall. Mary intends to start interviewing soon for a teaching position somewhere <n Iowa. Mary finds her time is well taken care of at Iowa State College. Ever since she has been here, she has worked part-time in the Memorial Union cafeteria, in the serving line and as a cashier. Besides that, she is packing her 4-year college coui-se into 3 years and summer .sessions and is also active in a number of campus organizations. After graduating as valedictorian at Titonka high school in 1953, Mary received a scholarship to Waldorf College. She transferred to Iowa State in'her sophomore year. Here she has been elected to membership in Omieron Nu, home economics scholastic honorary. She is a dormitory adviser at Oak Hall and is a member of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Westminster Fellowship, and Home Economics Education Club. She participates in dorm intrarnurals—particularly volleyball and bowling. Mary Tjaden » » • Mary was an active'4-H member in Kossuth County for seven years. She held several local offices, participated in demonstrations, and during her final year, won a trip to the International Live Stock Show in Chicago. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Tjaden, live on a farm near Wesley. Her older brother, Kenneth, is married and lives near Wesley, and her -sister, Betty, is a junior in home economics education at Iowa State. Paul and Nancy live at home. These last 3 years have been extremely busy ones for Mary, but she says, '"You get. used to not having much free time." noon. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich were dinner guests last Sunday at the Clarence Wells home in Algona in honor of the birthday of his sister, Mrs Millie Nolte. Mr and Mrs Joe Hertz and son Roy of Rolfe visited Thursday afternoon with their daughter and family, the Floyd Salisburys. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were afternoon and supper guests last Sunday at the home of their daughter and tamily, the Dean Jcrgensens of Algona. Mrs Leslie Johnson and Mrs Clarence Kraft and Joy spent Thursday afternoon in Esther- ville. Sue Ann spent the afternoon at the Vernon Johnsort hpme at Armstrong. Mrs Calvin Householder of Phoenix. Ariz, and son Joe, who has been visiting his parents, in Arizona, arrived here Saturday. Mrs Householder is visiting her other son and family, the Chas Householders, and also with other friends and relatives. The junior and senior bands at Lone Rock will present a concert Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, at the school gym. There will be special numbers by the band and solo numbers by band members. Mrs Erich Seegebarth entertained a coftee party at her home Friday afternoon with the following guestSj Mrs Roy Jensen> Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs E. A. Lee. Miss Florence Yager and Mrs Charles Staudt. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee spent Saturday evening at the Seegebarth home and Mr and Mrs John Zalaznik were dinner guests there Sunday. Mrs Marian Blanchard and Jonathan, Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Mrs Erich Seegebarth visited Mrs James Long Saturday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Supper guests Saturday, at the Long home were Mr^ and Mrs Roger Long and Mrs* Rose Kraft. Mrs Bernard O'Donnell entertained 21 girls Saturday afternoon in honor of Kathleen's THERE'S A REASON WHY More and More Folks Every Week Are Subscribing To ... The Algona Upper Des Moines It's Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper They it up for the F IHST THING you need in a car, ol course, is power to spark performance 1 . And you get that in a 1956 Buick in plenty — from big 322-cubic-inch V8 engines that hit new highs in horsepower and compression. But the power under the hood must be carried to the rear driving wheels in the form of twisting force on the drive shaft. That's torque — the end-product of your transmission. And the higher the torque build-up — the greater the "torque multiplication" in starting and accelerating—the better the getaway and response. So if you want to feel take-off that leaves your breath behind you, come try a '56 Buick with Variable Pitch Dynaflow.* For in this airplane-principled transmission, Buick engineers raised the ceiling on torque to give you the best getaway yet. They did it with something they call "double regeneration"—a new way to make flowing oil add to its own velocity. And lihcn you use the full torque of a Btiick beauty like the one pictured ahovc, you refusing the highest torque multiplication to be had in any standard-production American automobile today. Corne see for yourself what that means in new thrills and new safety. You'll find brilliant new getaway response in the Erst inch of pedal travel-plus greater gas mileage to boot. You'll find an electrifying new safety-surge of full-power acceleration when you floor the pedal and switch the pitch. And you'll find this spectacular performance blended into the smoothest-traveling, the sweetest-riding, the highest-powered and the easiest-handling liuicks yet built. Drop in on us this week—today, if you can—and ' judge things firsthand. *New Advanced Variable fitch Dynaflow is the only Dyriafloto Buifk builds today. It is standard on Rtiudnuister, Super and Century—optional at modest extra cost on the Special. birthday. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmor and girls attended the 25th wedding anniversary of the Quinton Bjustrom's at Burt Sunday. In the evening they took Mnry Ann to Titonka where she attended M.Y.F. Morwin Christenson loft Sunday for Sioux City to attend the Annual Northwestern Iowa hero- ford breeders sale which will be hold there Wednesday. The following friends and neighbors called at the Milfred Mitchell horno Sunday evening honoring them with a housewarming. Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter, Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt, .Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf. Mr and Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach. Mr and Mrs Herschel Hartman. Mr and Mrs Walter Krausp. Mr and Mrs Richard Gi-oss, Mr and Mrs Walter Dacken. Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Dwayne Habeger. The couple was presented a gift and lunch was brought by the guests. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family were callers Wednesday evening at the Harold Angus * home in Burt, the occasion being their son, Toni's 17th birthday. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva were Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne, Mrs WMlard Thompson and family. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker and son David of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArlhur attended the open house held for the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of the Quinton Bjustrom's at Burt Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ira Dutton of Algona spent the afternoon at the McArthur hon e. Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Susan spent Friday afternoon at the home of the Alex Kruegers. Mrs Elsie Berhow of Albert Lea; Mr and Mrs Richard Berhow and sons of Ledyard visited Tuesday afternoon at the Owen Berhow home. Thursday the Berhows were at Elmore and also visited the John Millers there. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls called Sunday afternoon at the Darrel Drey'br homo in Fen ton. Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig were guests Sunday at the Fred Tver- son home in Belmond. Friday morning, Mrs W. G. Tuesday, February 7, 1956 Al§6na (la.) Upper 6es Mdtftii—S Flaig entertained the following at a coffee party, Mrs Don Houck, Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mrs Dave Weber. Mrs Milfred Mitchell, Mrs Clarence Martin. Last Monday evening Miss Florence Yager, Mrs Wilfred Radig find Mrs Flaig attended the Ethel Barrymore Colt concert in Algona. Mr and' Mi" Elmer Frank and family of Swea City and Mrs Maude Blanchard were dinner guests Sunday at the Donald Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen were afternoon callers. Mr an-rl Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley were supper guests Sunday at the George B. Long home. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mrs Freelove Weisbrod, Mr and IVjf/s Roger Osborn of Indianola; Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker and daughter Barbara of Buffalo Center; Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman were visitors Sunday evening at the Clarence Osborn home. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer visited her mother, Mrs O. C. Tabor, at Humboldt Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and famity visited at the parental Wayne Miller home at West Bend Thursday. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Dale Re-breeder nnrt Susan visited at the Miller homo. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and family were supper guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs Raymond Bartlett. Sunday the Win. Knoll family were supper guests n! the Bierstedt home in honor of Lynn's birthday. ASK FOR GENUINE MARIGOLD Whitehouse CHERRY ICE CREAM HOOD'S Super Valu THERE'S A "NEW FACE" IN ALCQNA cb The recently-completed 60 x 60 foot addition to the Norton Machine Works premises fronting on Courthouse square in Algona is shown here. It is a "new face" that appears in Algona . . . a modern addition of brick and tile and doubly insulated. Wiih confidence in our community, and faith in our product, we are pleased to make this contribution to the growing economy of this area. Pioneers in Precision Tool Manufacture and Equipment Maintenance in this Area The year 1917 marked the beginning of Norton Machine Works in Algona. In 1955, we completed our thirty- eighth year, with the completion of the structure shown above. The 38 continuous years of our business have been marked by a two-fold operation ... (1) Development and production of the now industry-famous "JIFFY" valve maintenance tools, and ... (2) Maintenance and repair of agricultural, industrial and utility equipment. This operation has stemmed from the "first machine shop" set up in Algona in 1917. Now, In 1956, we set forth anew to continue our unbroken record of service to our community, and service to industry in many parts of the United States and the world. NORTON t$ A NIW IOW PRICI-4-SMM* Comfort b> you* n«w luick with FtlQIDAUtf CONOITIONIM& -WHEN UTTER AUTQMOilliS AM «UU? 9UICK Will WHO TMM 105 N. Hall St. BRANDT BUICK Algona/ Iowa A NEW NORTON MACHINE TOOL Pictured above is a Norton Machine Works power machine with a pilot-centered cutter for fast, precision work in handling of valve maintenance. It is one of a number of such items used for valve refacing by industrial firms. Famous are the Norton "JIFFY" cabinet combination sets, which are packaged cabinets holding valve reseaters of varying sizes and types. Other Norton products are "JIFFY" faucet reseaters, cutters, thread chasers, end cutters, etc- • .' * REFACING EQUIPMENT Designed and produced in the careful, precision manner that meets the exacting specifications of industrial plants, the Norton Machine Works line of "JIFFY" Sanitary Refacing Equipment, produced in Algona and in use by major companies, has grown to encompass a large number of items created in metal. In industry, the "Valve is the thing". Leakage from valves, of all types and sizes, is costly . . . and prevents efficient production. It is at the source of this prevalent trouble that the Norton-produced Sanitary Refacing Equip- meni does its work . . . eliminating the escape of steam, water and wasted fuel poundage due to leaky valves. The Norton "JIFFY" line, of precision-manufactured tools, renders an indispensable service in this respect, and has become widely known and widely used, throughout industry in this country and abroad. Rendering Maintenance Work for The Community Producing Precision Tools For Industry NORTON Machine Works OUR 39th

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