The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 20
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6-AI§ ono (la.) Upper De* Mc!nM Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956 Rwings CO by CHRIS REE8S A Little of Thu, a MUU of That; Not Much of Anything Well, it is today that voters will settle all the questions which fnce candidates in both parties, so to speak. And, according to pre- elections discussions it really looks like the vote today was going to run into high numbers. Of course we have two high top candidates for the presidency Eisenhower and Stevenson, and here's hoping Mr Stevenson gives Ike a worry because on account of that Stevenson gent would make a top president of this country, plenty smart, knows all the angles which take part in presidential performance, so to speak. Yes, he's a democrat and of course that means that some gents won't or can't vote for him, but nevertheless he's going to make a god run and I do believe that, if elected, he'd give honest to goodness real service to the people of this country. Look back some years to the time Roosevelt was elected, and I am sure that there were many republicans who voted for him that were never ashamed of it. At any rate it rather looks quite favorable for Mr Stevenson, according to hear-says and discussions by the gent voters, so far. And with election today we are two months closer to Christmas. Does beat the dickens how time passes. About the time we get out to vote then we begin to think about what are we going to get for him or her for Christmas. Of course election day and Christmas day are both important in our every-day existence. Maybe we're inclined to like election day the better of the two days because on account of it's not as expensive. All you give away on election day is your vote and that doesn't cost as much as a Christmas gift for her or him, so to speak. Yet they are both important days, the joy you give to one with a Christmas present and, too, the joy you give to a candidate with your vote. However, the election deal is as joyful to the ambitious candidate as would be a pair of socks for Christinas, so to speak. Of course it may be he has to kick in a bit to help in candidate's expense. However, this doesn't happen too often and, after all, it might be that the candidate would prove a top and high ringing officer who held the interests of all the voter? at top and so acted and voted while in office, so to speak. So, permit me to suggest that you take time off and cast your vote. It is one of the angles in this free country which we should never desert. Yes, _ don't ever pass up your vote, it is one of the freedom activities of this United States and should never, never, be neglected. Please make special note of this item— be sure to cast your vote—you owe it to your country and to yourself, so to speak. Another indication thai we are about to accept winter with its chils. and ice and snow, is to note how the gents are taking on winterizing their cars, an indication they are not taking any chances on freezing their motive powers, so to speak. And those of you older gents will remember what a nuisance wintemine vour car was in the old day. Drive to an oil station every couple of weeks and have the attendant drop in a pint or a quart of antifreeze, that's the way it wa? taken care of in the old days, and it was unhandy, I admit. Today you just drive in and the attendant pours anti-freeze into your radiator and the car is taken care of for months. What a difference as compared with the old days. I am reminded of many a gent who neglected his anti-freeze refill and many and many car radiators were ruined or nearly ruined, and that sure was no fun. And I am reminded of that in the old days there were many oar owners who saw to it that every so often a quart of anti-freefce was added to the radiator. Yes, those were the days when there was really much trouble with frost during the winter months. I am reminded of one time I drove from Des Moines to Marshalltown, about 80 miles, and I stopped and visit- Hello!.... that you, Bill? s-a-a-a-y ! STRICTLY BUSINESS BE SURE SEE The New '57 PONTIACS FRIDAY! 50 FREE PRIZES to be given away I I ! ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC - CADILLAC On Courthouse Square — Algona "Get her* fMt enough this time* sir T ed with 16 gents who were having trouble with their cars because of neglect of anti-freeze activities. So it just looks like there were many angles toward proper care of a car and antifreeze seems one of the most important during the winter seasons, so to speak. I promise you this— I'll never neglect my car radiator during the winter months—it can really run into money, so to speak. New Pastor And Family At LuVerne and daughters of Kanawha. Jarine Schneider returned Friday to the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider. Jarine spent the summer at Durango, Colo., where she was employed at a guest ranch. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach visited Tuesday in Sheffield with their daughter and family, the W. Dale Braytons. Guests Friday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs William Goetsch and daughters after the Junior class play were her parents, Mr and Mrs John Sykes of Livermore her sister, Mr and Mrs, Fred Struthers, sons, Freddie and Phillip of Ottosen, his brother, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, their daughter, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David of Algona. Bill and Fred Goetsch and John Sykes of Livermore were fishing n Minnesota over the weekend. Mr and Mrs W. Dale Brayton and children of Sheffield were Sunday visitors in the parental, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach lome. Mrs Eleanors Eustace spent the weekend in Fort Dodge in the home of her daughter, Mrs Delmar Blankenhagen and family. Sunday the Delmar Blankenhagen family and his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Blankenhagen, brought Mrs Eustace home. Mr and Mrs Paul Northrop visited Sunday in Buffalo Center with his sister-in-law, Mrs Pauline Northrop. Sunday dinner guests in the William Moeding home were Mr,, and Mrs Glen Whitmore, Mrs George Oloff and children of Woodbine, MisS Emma Oloff, Mr and Mrs Walter Thorns and son Delmar Persia, Mrs Walter Kiesel, Neola, Mr and Mrs Darrell Moeding and children, Ft. Dodge, and Mr and Mrs Frank Moeding, Sr., and Frank Moeding, Jr. Adam and Matt Marty, patients in the Roberts Rest Home in Algona, visited Friday in their home here and with relatives. Their brother, George Marty of Mason City, brought them here for the day. u DAUS-t-OLDS hat something TERRIFIC to show you on FRIDAY! u Sweeping Model Change in '57 Oldsiuobile Fenton Boy In I.S.C. Band Ames, Iowa — One hundred and nineteen Iowa State College students are taking part in the activities of the marching band this quarter. The band had performed at the half time activities of the Kansas and Colorado football games and made its annual migration trip Saturday (Oct. 27) to Columbia, Mo., for the Iowa State- Missouri football game. They will also be featured at the Drake game (Nov. 3) and the Oklahoma game (Nov. 10). John Eigler of Fenton plays baritone horn in the marching band. Watermarks are the designs in the body of sheets of paper to identify the brand name. Completely new styling from hooded headlamps to UillighU feature* Oldsmobile for 1957. with the snoit sweeping model change in 20 yeari, as presented in this Super "88" Holiday coupe. "Skyline" beading down the roof extends into the rear deck and sets off the twin-strutted rear windows with three separate rlass areas. Distinguishing the new front end are the new "hl-lo" bumper, twin front (mtder rocket emblems and parking lights adapted from the experimental Golden Rocket. Inside there is a new strut-mounted instrument panel and a wide variety of new upholstery fabrics and colors. Mechanically, there is a new 277-h. p. "Rocket' 1 engine, known ns the T-400 because of its high torque throughout the driving range offering live* lier-than-ever performance when you need it; im» proved front nnd rear suspension, 14-inch wheel* and a more efficient dual-range heater. FREE COFFEE ft DONUTS AT DAU'S IN ALGONA FRIDAY LuVerne—Mrs Mabel Thompson was given a certificate for fifty years as a member of the LuVerne Methodist church at the Sunday morning service by the supply pastor F. M. Hortung of Kanawha. Mr Hartung, superintendent of the school at Kanawha, has been supply pastor of the LuVerne and Livermore churches since the Rev. Robert Kessinger moved in June to accept a charge in Indianapolis, Ind. in June. Rev. Worthy Usher, Mrs Usher and two children of Smithland moved Monday to srve as resident pastor of the LuVerne and Livermore churches. Hospitalized! Mrs Ray Stone and daughter Marcia went to Madison, Wis. where Marcia went to the university hospital for a check-up. The doctors deemed it advisable that Marcia enter the hospital for further tests. Her address is Marcia Stone, Room 210 E, University hospitals, Madison, Wis. Bags Deer Mr and Mrs Eli Eager have word that their son Elmer Eager bagged a five point buck deer weighing 250 pounds Friday, Oct. 26, near Granby, Colo. Elmer and his friend went up into the mountains to hunt. Elmer says, the fun was all over when the deer was felled and they had four miles down the mountain side through snow and brush to take the deer to the car. Mrs Nelle Biegger visited Sunday in the home of her daughter Mr and Mrs Lawrence McDer- mptt and children near Thor. Mrs Biegger, who was 78 years old Monday, Oct. 29, was their guest at a birthday dinner. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mrs Mabel Thompson home were her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson VOTE FOR FOR FUNK'S HYBRID ARE YOU Planting The Best HYBRID FOR YOUR FARM? G-75A and G-24A Great A/ew Hybrids That You THEY HAVE TOP YIELD - TOP STAN DABILITY - Should Try AND TOP QUALITY Bob Dall OTTOSEN A. H. Erpelding BODE Vincent EUenbacher WESLEY Q, A. B'ustrom BURT B. Frank Mishler WiST BEND Lawrence Mueller FENTON Magnus Rahm ALGONA Elmer Kubly CORWITH Douglas Mechler TITONXA Blaine Saxton (.ONE ROCK 45-49 2nd DISTRICT (Algona - Plum Creek - Union) KYIE KEITH for SUPERVISOR Republican Ticket QUALIFIED FOR THE POSITION For a Bus!ness-Like, Efficient Management of the County Affairs, with Economy in Operation. (Vote For Bold Short and Long Term) VOTE NOVEMBER 6th

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