The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1962
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Fciirville Church Host To Women's Mission Rally Fenlon-The Lutheran Women', Missionary League of the Algona Circuit held an all day rally, Wednesday at St. Luke's church, Fairville. The societies were Algona, Lutheran affiliated Trinity, 1 --*O"" M ( i | lUiLy. Armstrong, Our Savior, Burl, St John, Cylinder, St. Luke, Fenton, St. John, Garner, St. John, Garner, St. Paul, Livermore, Immanuel, Lone Rock, Immanuel LuVerne, Zion, West Bend, Peace and Whittemore, St. Paul. Pastor R. D. Eckelman of Fairville presented the morning worship at 10:30 a.m. A business session was held as follows — Welcome, Mrs Ed Bruhn, Cylinder, response, Mrs James Hinton, Livermore, minutes of previous rally, Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt, treasurer's report, Mrs William Meyer, Jr., Christian growth report. Mrs Wilfred Radig. The district president spoke on "Am I A Soldier of the Cross." A resolution was made to change the fall and spring rally dates to the 4th Wednesday of April and September. Fenton's vice presl dent, Mrs Martin Ohm, invited the zone to the spring rally to be held in the church at Fenton. At the afternoon session Pastor A. Vehling had the afternoon devotion, missionary Maynard Dorow spoke on his work in the Lutheran missions in Korea. Mrs David Berkland reported that there was a registration of 180. Pastor A. Vehling of Lotts Creek Lutheran held the closing devotions, after which there was a coffee hour and entertainment. Jerry Waite Head Unit In K.S.U. Event Jerry Waite, a junior in the School of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, is participating in the 6th annual Veterinary Medicine Open House. The theme of this years open house to be held Saturday, Oct. 20, is "Veterinary Medicine and You." This open house has grown to be Algona Theatre Wednesday only — October 24 The first picture front our "Golden Operetta Series Mrs. John Pergande and Mrs Julia Pergande drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday to visit Anna Pergande who has been a surgi cal patient at Lutheran hospital. Mickey Pergande, 12 year old son of the John Pergandc's, twisted his foot in P.T. class and broke a hone and is now on crutches. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Neilson of Ventura were Tuesday evening guests at the home of his brother, the Clarence Neilsons. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lichty from Idaho are here visiting friends and relatives. They are staying at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty. Several members of the Methodist church got together Oct. 11 o shingle and paint the Methodist 3arsonage. A BRUTE FOR STRENGTH! HEAVY DUTY WAGON RUNNING GEAR! "BEHIND THE AXLE" REINFORCED TIE ROD DESIGN MODEL B770 MODEL B762 MODEL B562 CAPACITY Vide track ... up to 75" . . . Short turn . . . 8'/2 feet . . . Adjustable reach from 7' to 1 V Bolster stakes adjustable 38" and 42" ... low slung reach permits simple installation of bolster hoist without additional bolsters . . . just a few of the outstanding r,,M?HM res l° u wi " find in the NEW BRADY AUT-0-STEER RUNNING GEAR. IT'S BUILT . . . yes, overy bearing point every point of load stress, every engineering factor has beem designed into this all-purpose, heavy duty "gear". SPECIAL PRICES ON THESE WAGONS FOR OCTOBER FENTON MOTOR Co. In Friendly Fenton Every home needs all 3 Wf/C/N MEASURING TOOLS! 50' BANNER TAPE X46 RED END RULE • Imbedded markings • All hardwood sections • 6' brass extension.. • Riveted joints •P' • 6 ft, long For long-distance measuring at home or on the job $5£9 MEZURALL TAPE ROLE 10-ft., measures curves, around corners $J<B9 FASTEST SELLING RAKE IH AMERICA $3.19 Makes any raking [ob easier, rakes the finest lawns without tearing the grass. Rake heads are bolted on — the handle can't come off. GET ALL THE HEAT YOUR FUEL CAN GIVE Amazing CHIMNEY SWEEP ends heating problems automatically! Rise Stevens and Nelson Eddy join their voices in one of the lovely songs of Metro-Goldwyn-Maycr's memorable musical, "The Chocolate Soldier." Powder for coal gr wood 79$ quid (or oil • kerosene furnaces and heaters S1.33 pt. End heat waste by just pouring Chimney Sweep into your fuel tank. Provides fast, automatic "tune up"! If your unit burns coal or wood, sprinkle Chimney Sweep Powder on the burning fuel to destroy heat stealing soot accumulations. UTIUTY DRILL 'starter" for home * Idejl »tiops * Drills In ill milnijll * Geared chuck ind key t B&D built motor f Dll'Bble lard"-' I'fT'h Model U-400 <t 1 O OO •plz.oo operating . * 8*0 built motor—rugged, ..igti torque t 3 cable lor safety t Gci'td Chuck • Pohshed aluminum hojL>ng $26.75 Model U-3 STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton the largest held on the campus at K.S.U. Mr Waite is chairman of the large Animal committee for open house. The public is invited to attend. The doors will open with a ribbon- cutting ceremony at 9:00 a.m. and close at 9:00 p.m. The purpose of the open house is to enlighten the public on the material veterinary students learn in basic theory and practical application and the role of the graduate veterinarian. This is accomplished through various interesting exhibits and demonstrations. Jerry is the son of Dr. and Mrs J. R. Waite of Fenton, Iowa. Former LuVerne Lady Passes At Des Moines LuVerne — Pearl Moody, former resident of LuVerne, died suddenly of a heart attack Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the Frank Williams home in Dos Moines, where she has been employed as a housekeeper. Homecoming Homecoming will be held Nov. 10.' The king and queen will be voted on by the entire high school student body and will be announced Homecoming night. The candidates are chosen from the senior class and are as follows: Raeann Brink, Marlenc Norcross, Darrell Rusher and Bernard Schade. The attendants are: juniors: Sharon Heinkel and Raymond Weller, sophomores: Clara Schnakenberg and Bob Baass, and freshmen: Connie Sanford and Eugene Hefty. tried Chen-leading Tryouts Last Tuesday, six girls nit for choerleading. Four regu- .ars and two alternates were chosen by tlie faculty and the student council. The regulars are Sharon Smith, Kris Hansclman, Patli Erpelding and Linda Kugg. Alternates arc Suzanne Dudley and Suzie Blake. Kindergarten Classes There were 13 boys and girls in the morning class that had perfect attendance the first six weeks, while the afternoon class had eleven. Cook Resigns Mrs. Laura Meyer, long time resident of LuVerne has resigned as nead cook of the LuVerne Community School Mrs. Meyer has been employed as head cook (or the past 1) years. She will be moving this week to make her new home in Ames where she has accepted a position as cook at a sorority house. Attend Rally The annual L.W.M.L. Fall Rally was held Wednesday, Oct. 10, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church <jf Cylinder. The Rally was an all-day gathering with a noon lunch and afternoon coffee served. Those from LuVerne attending were the Mesdames, Anna Pergande, Cora Hippcn, Loretta Rudow, Lillian Hesse, Bertha Schipull, Florence Pergande, Lawrence Oberhelmun, John Schnakenberg, Martha Humus and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. First (iradc The first six weeks of school ended Tuesday and there were very few absentees. Then, during the past week, several childien have been absent with colds. Two reading groups are enjoying the adventures of Sally and big cards on the new reading chart. We had another fire drill Tuesday. Mark Hardcopf and Marc B 1 u m e r brought books about fires. We found pictures about fires for our bulletin board. Our teacher presented us with a red fireman's hut. They are watching the roots grow on foilage plants in a glass jar. Fires week vvas> fue prevention week and the class has been reading and talking about fires. The room is decorated with little firemen and pictures of fire trucks. Jeffrey Krausc had a birthday and brought us all treats. The second grade had two plays this week. We acted out "The Bunny in the Honey Suckle Patch" and "The Fox and the Cheese." Counting Money In arithmetic we have been learning how to count money. Making change usually presents a problem for us. In social studies we have been studying more about our dairy products. Jeannie Hjelmeland brought us some cream to churn. We used the butter that we made on creackcrs and served them with our milk. Our pictures on fire prevention were real good. This week we made posters for National School Lunch Week to be observed Oct. 14-20. We also finished our bulletin board on leaves. Oct. 20 Square Dance Planned By F-B Unit The Kossuth County Farm Bu- reau Young couple's have scheduled a square dance for their regular October session. The event will be held on October 20, 8:00 p.m. at Ihe Legion Hall in Burt. The local FBYC group is composed of young Farm Bureau members from all over Kossuth County. They normally meet once a month on a Saturday night, with the site of the meeting being alternated between Swea City, Titonka, Burt, and Algona. One month will be devoted to recreation with the next month's session of an educational nature. G. A. Wittkopf of Algona, will do the calling. The committee in charge of arrangements include: Mr and Mrs Edgar Keith, Burt; Mr and Mrs Wendell Christensen, Burt; and Mr and Mrs Duane Hackctt, Algona. Lunch will be served after the dancing. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Uppej Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Follow Series The baseball fans in our room have been keeping track of the scores of the World Series. We have a bulletin board with pictures of players of both the Yankees and the Giants. One of our reading groups has prepared a play "Ship Boy With Columbus',' which they presented to the rest of the room and the fourth and fifth grades Oct. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer and family were weekend guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. Laura Meyer. C. 0. McClellan returned home Oct. 8 from Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where he has been a surgical patient. Mrs. Wm. Meyer was hostess Wednesday morning, Oct. 10, at a party in her home. Guests were the Mesdames Alice Coylc, Darlene McClellan, Betty Johnson, Doris Thomas, Roberta Gronbach, Joyce Nielson, Marie Jackson, Lillian Selby, Mary Ann Calkins, Liddia Lenz, Carrie Nielson, Louise Schipull, Dorothy Pergande and Mrs. Albert Genrich. CHANGING SCENE 1912-1062 COOKING TOOK A LOT OF OOIN 1 IN TEARS N'MEALS IN RUIN. Tuesday, October 16, 1962 Atgana (la.) Upper Dei MafnM-5 Thursday through Saturday — "The 300 Spartans", 8:20; ''The Wild Westerners", 7:00 - 10:00. Saturday matinee both features shown starting at 1.30. Sunday — "Boy's Night Out", 1:30 - 3:25 - 5:20 - 7:30 - 0:44. Monday and Tuesday — 'Boy's Night Out" at 7:15 - 0:30. Wednesday only — "The Chocolate Soldier" shown at 8:15 only. FILING CABINETS, 2, 3, 4 drnwer, also combination filing-storage cabinets in variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. IF IT'S NEV3, WE WANT IT Look Ahead!! THE 1962 CORN CROP ISN'T TOO FAR AWAY Buffer Grain Bins INOW meals cook automatically wun modern nuui-in Ranges and Kitchens which stay clean and cool. THE NEW ELECTRK: "MODELS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY AT YOUR ALGONA APPLIANCE DEALERS. SEE THEM SOON. Electric ALGONA Municipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" took for ffie Buffer frademark before you buy Butler qnaHty grate btni ate pre-engineered toemet ing standards by the men who know grain storage best. They go up quickly —last longer. They glv« 70*1 the safest, most dependable storage you can buy. What's more . . . It's easy to convert a Butler bte into an on-farm drying system if you decide to stfpo* AND dry your grain, It costs little more to own (ho yery best. Aa yom local lUitlor Blue Ribbon Dealer, well be happy to discuss your grain storage needs with you. Just ma a call or stop by. There's no obligation. Tom- full-line headquarters foe Butler quality farm equipment WE INVITE FURTHER INQUIRY 116 So. Thorington ALGONA CY 4-2421 smooths l>unips heller than u bulldozer If all roads wciv C'hi'vrolri's remark pi lent rifli- might luxury. But as •i superhighways, 1 * ably .-mouth and be just another nuxt town and country roads will drir.nnMraU', thi.s i.s one Chevrolet advanuve that's mighty ea.-y to >,'<-' t excited about. (The way those four deep-coil springs put the- Iiibo.-Ji on bumps, you'd almost think Chevrolet was working for the highway com- iiiksi.>:i.) The '(J3 liel Airs, Hi.scaynes and In.palas are equally ea>y guinjj OM upkivp. Brakes arc self-adjust* ir.g. .NY'.v JJelroirmi generator t-i-r-e-t-oh-e-s liaUi.-ry life. Kven tin 1 roe kit panels nn tl:-.> llody by ]• isher aie self-washing ami veiui- 1 ' to cut down OM ru.-t. Your .-'s. v. uiti.iy lu u!l \ ou lots aioiv. the make more people depend on . '63 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's,'.. Chevrolet, Chevy II, Corvalr and Corvett( KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HALL ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3554

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