The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 9, 1962
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D. NELSON STORY OF BLOTZ'S TEETH If we had to pick the most over worked word in the language o modern selling it would undoubted ly he that old reliable — "BAR GAIN!" The dictionary defines . as more VALUE for your money Unfortunately, it doesn't alwny. work out that way Mnny people still confuse bnr gain with price and forget all about value. Obviously, the highest priced car on a dealer's lot might be the greatest bargain because it is worth more in relation to its price. The opposite could hold true of the lowest priced vehicle. Truly, if a car was being offered at "below dealer cost", other dealers would buy it and sell it at a profit. A wise buyer checks quality and value with price — and the dealer's reputation for integrity. I'm reminded of a story of a character called Blotz who" refused to pay the S300 his dentist said a good set of false teeth would cost. He kept shopping until he finally found a set for $50. Six months later, when a friend asked Blotz how his "bargain" teeth were working out, he related his experience: "Just last week I was skin div ing down in Florida when I saw a vicious shark coming at me. I turned to get out of the way and a giant barracuda approached from the other direction baring his teeth. "There was the shark from one side and the barracuda from the other, both looking hungry. Well, that was the FIRST time in the last six months that I haven't had those $50 teeth on my mind." 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Motnej Tuesday, October 9, 1962 Wesley C.D.A. Will Initiate New Members Wesley — C.P.A.'s held their regular meeting Tuesday evening. Sept. 2fi. Mesdames Richard Shel- lenbug. Franklin Rode. I.eRoy Grandpenett, Dean Ricke. Bern'- , nrd Rehrouth. ,Ir . Mike Vitrthum j and Johnny Youngwirth were ac cepted as candidates for initiation into the court. Initiation ceremonies will be conducted Oct. L'3 Hazel Studcr gave a report on the Women Deanery meeting held at Graettinger recently, attended by six local members. Father Phillips, Moderator of the Deanery, had charge of the meeting. A State convention will be held it Carroll Oct. 17. The National convention will be held in Detroit he latter part of October. Hazel announced that donations for a ayette will be appreciated. Artiles for the layette are to be made by members. Mary Bode, lecturer, spoke on the Ecumenical j congress to be held in Rome soon, j Matilda Goetz' name was drawn for the door prize. Bridge and 500 were played. Mary Oesterreicher and Clara Erdman won high and low prizes in bridge and Irene Muehe and Anastasia Richtsmeie in 500. On the serving committee wer Coleen Studer, Katherine Seiler Cecelia Nelson, Clara Goetz. Ag nes Lickteig and Darlene Forbui ger. On the entertainment committee were Rita Youngwirth, Mary Bode, Ruth Youngwirth, Dorothy Becker, Sarlene Hirner and Marie Doughan. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. "Make Our Chevrolet Garage Your One-stop Sales & Service Headquarters" Barber Prexy Reese Martin of Tallahassee. Florida has recently been elected president of the Florida Barber's Association at the Miami meeting. Mr and Mrs Martin and Frank I moved from Wesley to Florida for I health reasons. Mrs Martin is [ completing her high school course. Ben Eden has purchased the 80- acre farm north of Wesley from Mrs Josie Gouge. Look Ahead!! THE 7962 CORN CROP ISN'T TOO FAR AWAY Butler Grain Bins PL AY IT SAFE! look for fhe Buffer frademaric before you buy Bader tjotStj faOn btat m pt^cncfateaed to* met tag ttandaidt by the mm who know grain ttora«i best. They go «p qulckly-lMt longer. They gl^ 70* fee safest, moct dependable Korage yew can boy, What's more . . . tfi eacf to convert a Butler bte Into an on-f arm drying • n ton tf m decfcfc to *m AND dry your grain, ^^ It com little mom to own the wry be*. A* yov local Butler Blue Ribbon Dealer, well U happy M A«CUM your grain •torage need* with you. Ju« gte* M • cafl oc Mop by. Tbera'i no obligation, **l*r 990% fcra wpJpoMMf WE INVITE FURTHER INQUIRY JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT 116 So. Thorington ALGONA CY 4-2421 Mr and Mrs Veil Gary left over the uwkftul for iheir home nl Akron. Ohio following two week's visit here with her mother, Mrs l.autM Kvhtfr. ;imi other relative* ht'tv ;imt .u Pniu-roft. Mr a ml Mix Adolf of fiverly spent Thursday mid fridny with his uncle ;ind aunt. Mr mid Mrs Will Martmek They were married Sept LM in Kverly. Mr and Mrs Wm H. drove of Riverside. Calif, arrived Sept. "0 to \ isii her brothers. Charles and Har.ild Price, and their families. Mr and Mrs Armin Adolf of Worthington. Minn spent Sept. 24 with his sister and brother-in-law. Mr and Mrs Will Marlinok. Mr anil Mrs Ed Johnson and his mother, Mrs Helen Johnson went to Des Moines Friday where they attended the lee Follies. Methodist ladies served about 500 chicken dinners in Iheir church dining room Thursday afternoon and evening. Sept. 27. Airman Charles L. Heinen, son of Mr and Mrs Charles F. Heinen of St. Benedict, is being reassigned to Greenville A.F.B.. Miss, for technical training as a t'S Ait- Force medical service specialist. Airman Heinen, who completed the first phase of his military- training at Lackland A.F.B.. Tex., was selected for the specialized course on the basis of his interests and aptitudes. He is a I960 graduate of Garrigan high school at Algona. Mrs Mag Bleich and Mrs Tom Forburger visited Mr and Mrs Will Haudek in Garner one evening recently. Mrs Mary Rockwood and Mrs Frances Moldenhauer, teachers in the Corwith - Wesley school, and Mrs Pauline Pfeffer, teacher in the LtiVerne school, are attending Drake University classes every Saturday in Des Moines for the first semester. Jim Vitzthum, son of Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum of Stuart, Formerly of Wesley spent several days last week with his grand- jarents, Mr and Mrs George Vitz- hum and with other relatives. He s a 1961 graduate of Stuart high school and has been employed in construction work. He leaves soon or Omaha, Neb. where he will ake a course in air conditioning nd refrigeration. The Neighborhood Birthday club met Sept. 25 with Mrs Laura Richter in honor of her birthday and Mrs Fred Rasmussen's birthday. The 10 officers of the C.D.A. were guests of the St. Joe Court Wednesday evening. Following the pot luck dinner, 500 was played. Francis Weber received the guest prize. Those who attended were Mildred Arndorfer, Lucille Nelson. Marilyn Lickteig, Francis Weber, Maude Studer, Sally Bauer, Marjorie Becker, Irene" Muehe, Mary- Bode, Josephine Gouge, Clara Haverly, Helen Youngwirth, Clara Erdman, Emma OLson, Justine Becker and Ella Hanig. Swea-Eagle By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mr ami Mrs Dennis Newlin he- came the parents, of a girl, weighing 7 pounds and 12 ounces Sopt 2f> at Esthemlle. The little girl has been named Dixie Dee and has a 14 month old brother. David Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Gt-ne Newlin of Harlan and Mr and Mrs Odean Thurvold of Northwood Mr and Mrs Fred C. New- Im are great-grandparents. Mr. Gene Newlin Ls caring for David Mr and Mrs Walter M&gnuson and Sharon were guests at the home of her parents, the Loren Cutlers, rural Fairmont. ^Mr and Mrs D-jn Van Bank of Fairmont were recent callers :,( the A. I.. VonBank home. The Howard I'restons entertain ed for the 7th birthday of their ion. Fay, ui!h the " following gncst.v Mr and Mrs Karl Prov ti.n. Mr and Mrs Virgil Preston and family, Mr and Mrs Ernory Preston and family and Mr and Mr-> Curtis Olson of Fcnton Mr and Mrs Hoy Patterson of Nashville, Tenn. became the par ent.i (jf their second daughter •Sept 1-1 The baby weighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces. Mrs Har nett Patterson is grandmother to the child. Mrs Marvin Larson entertained -several .->mall friends fur her daughter, (.'ornne's 4th birthday Tuesday, Supt la Mrs William Preston and children of Clear Lake visited at the Tom Preston home. They were accompanied by a cousin of Joe Preston, the former Helen Preston of New Jersey. She had taught Home Economics in the Swea City high school in the '30s. The Tom Prestons, Jim Pres tiitiii and Uichard Underwoods of Lone Hock attended the Farm Progress .Show at Blairsburg. Thursday, the Russell Strayers, along v.ith other of the Arts Way plant of Armstrong, attended the Farm Progress Show. Mrs Larry Torine was graduated from LaJames College of Hairstyling at Mason City, Sept. 11 The Tortnes have moved to the former Emil Larson farm. She will be employed part time at Ardys Beauty Shop to Swea CHy Mr and Mrs Elvin Swanson, M and Mrs Glenn Olson and Mr an Mrs Harvey C. Larson attende (he Farm Progress show at Blairs burg. Mr and Mrs Francis Torino wer Saturday overnight guests at th home of his sister, the John Guy at Dexter, Minn, and on Sunday attended the Apple Festival at La Crescent. Mr and Mrs Laurel Peterson and family were recent visitors at the home of her sister and fam ily the Leo Schiltz at Cosmos, Annn. and at the home of her parents, the Otto Falks at Spicor Minn. Eugene Fitzgerald has been an i leer patient at the Estherville Holy Family Hospital, being ad- nittcd on Friday for treatment. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey and Kathy of Armstrong were recent allers at the Henry Schulers. Mr and Mrs Glen Olson and Mrs Mora Olson, Mr and Mrs Elmer Yanks, Mr and Mrs Glen Clark, Mr and Mrs Maynarcl Jensen and Rev. and Mrs Cain went to Webb to view the steel structure church. Mrs Eldon Link and Mrs William Gies, Sr. visited at the Willis Cole at East Chain recently. Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson were visitors at the home of her parents, at Clinton and at the home of their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs Earl DeZeeum at Orion, 111. Den of No. 2 of the Cub Scouts had election of officers Sept. 12. Elected Den Chief was Greg Duer and Alan Wiechmann was named Denner. Other members are Gene Guinn and David Tokheim. Mrs Virgil Tokheim is Den Mother and Mrs Ormal Guinn is assistant Den Mother. Mr and Mrs Vern Mortensen and family of Hutchison, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Clifford Beadle and family were recent dinner guests at the August Robison home. Mr and Mrs august Kobison, Mr and Mrs Hollis Beadle, Bob Schueler and Pat Roalson were evening guests at the Clifford Beadle home for the 7th birthday of Bruce. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAN1 T£ New Bride Is Shower Honoree At Titonka Titonka—A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs Vance Ueibsamen was held Friday evening at Fel- towship Hall in Titonka Methodist church. About 50 guests were present. After a program was presented, he new bride was given a corsage and she then opened her gifts. Hostesses were: Mrs Dale Hig;ins, Mrs Sophus Nelson, Mrs Erwin Eden, Mrs Robert Ringsdorf, Mrs Allen Eden, Mrs Floyd Reibs- amen, Mrs Lester Eden, Mrs Merwyn Cunningham and Mrs Forrest Villis. American Legion Auxiliary held n all-day work meeting at the ome of Mrs Sadie Denton Friday. \bout $45.0 worth of clothing was orted, mended and packed ready o be sent Woodward. The Titonka F.F.A. Chapter officers for the school year are as follows: Bill Mayland, president, Roger Tjarks, vice president, Vernon Boekholt, treasurer, Dick Buffington, reporter, Eddie Attig, sentinel, and Herman Harms, representative to the student council. Mrs Lehman is teacher and advisor. The Titonka Brownies held their meeting Sept. 26, with 22 members present. Election of officers was held and new officers are president, Jolene Fox; vice president, Inez Rippentrop, secretary, Lois Isebrand, treasurer, Rhonda Boekelman, reporter, Debbie Budlong and historian, Janel Fox. Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 2 p.m. Rev. John Jacklin of Woden spoke. There was a public luncheon at 5 p.m. Hostesses were Mrs Henry Stecker, Mrs Falkert Sleeker and Mrs Dwight Garrett. The Clark Miller family, Clifford Krantz, Harold Gartner and Don Budlong families met the Sylvan Thiesses of* Mankato and Mr Dorothy Mehlan and family a Mankato, Minn. Sunday for a pic nic. The Thisses and MehlaiL were former faculty members o the Titonka school. The Neal Boykcns spent the weekend in the home of her moth er, Mrs H. Russcl of Counci Bluffs. Mrs William Speicher has been hospitalized a few days following minor surgery. Weekend visitors at the Leonard Callies were their daughter and family, the Dr. Frederick Roymans of Austin, Minn. The John Ufkes are on vocation in Illinois for a few days with relatives. A group of Methodist men gathered at the parsonage to paint :he exterior Thursday. W.S.C.R. members prepared the meal at noon for them. The Woman's Club held their second meeting of the year Thursday, Oct. 14, at the home of Mrs R. L. Krantz. Mrs Howard Andrews and Edith Budlong led the lesson. Friends are happy to know tha. Mrs Camilla Cooper is again at home following surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Phil Jaren visited his parents at St. Joseph, Minn Sunday. The Wm. Amesburys are in the process of moving to the farm which they purchased from her parents, the Carl F. Callies. They have been living on the Miller Nelson farm. Minneapolis. He had been employed at Luverne, Minn, until his illness forced him to quit a month ago. Survivors include, his parents the Willis Coles of East Chain, s brother, Willis C. Cole, Elmorc Miss Beverly Cole, Minneapolis and Mrs Gies. His grandmother, Mrs Grace Cole, lires in Fairmont. Services were Saturday at the East Chain Lutheran church. Interment was in the church cemetery. Persons attending the funera' from this area include: Mr and Mrs William Gies, Sr., Mr and Mrs William Gies, Jr., Mr and Mrs Eldon Link, Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnson, Mr and Mrs Norine Danielson, Mrs Belissa Simmons, Mrs Henry Kittelson and Melba Kittelson, Kay Smith and Rev. Matis. LEDGER SHEETS — Upper Des Moincs I'ub. Co., Algon». ^ now! Pepsi half-quarts 8-bottle carton! 69 C Brother Of Swea City Woman Dies Swea - Eagle — Kenneth George Cole, 20, East Chain township young man, brother of Mrs William Gies, Jr. of Swea Ci(y. died last Tuesday evening at the Fairmont Hospital. He suffered from Hodgkins disease for the past sis- years. He was hospitalized for four days. He was graduated from the Easi Chain high school in 19CO, attended Mankato State college for one- year and completed a course in electrical mechanical drafting nl Morthwest Technical I n s t i t ule. UNIVERSAL "TRADES SCHOOL REFRIGERATION HEATING AUTO MECHANICS AUTO, BODY I. KNDIft WPAIR fOR INFORMATION WRITE UNIVERSAL TRADES SCHOOL 2711 HARNEr OMAHA, NEBR, Training APPROVED TRAINING GRADUATE . JOB PLACEMENT Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain «*•» T.rk, ft. T. (SpMliI) _ Por th« first time science ha* found • new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop Itching, and reller* pain — without surgery. In ease after case, whDa gently relieving pain, actual reduction {•hrinknge) took place, HoU Mauiac of all—molt* to thorough that sufferers astonishing statements like "Piled hare ceased to b* a probleml" Tha secret Is a new healing sob- stance (Blo-Dyn««)-<UseoT«i7 •< a world-famous research Institute. 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