The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1962
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LUTEFISK SUPPER THURSDAY, NOV. 29 WMa ****^^ I BODE LUTHERAN CHURCH | Bode, Iowa jjj Serving starts at 5 P.M. 8 MENU § Lutefisk - Lefsa - Meaf Balls § Potatoes and gravy, Cranberries, relish tray $ Tea Biscuits — Coffee 3 * ! , * Pie ~ Assorted Cookies | Adults $1.75 Children under 12 years 75e | (46-47) 5 Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper teens' and women's fleece lined Sno-Boots Swashbuckling sno-tootee has smooth top-grain leather upper, warm nylon fleece lining, Inside dynel cuff. Cushioned crepe sole and heel. Smart pom-pom ties for adjusting ease. Sizes to 10, narrow to wide widths. USE YOU R; C H A R Gf Santa Glaus To Visit Burl On December 15 Burl — Santa Clans will visi! Burt Saturday, Dec. 15. Plans for tho day vwrc made by members of the Lions club at their November meeting. Ken Cook and Durrel Davis were appointed co-chairmen of tho day. The Lions nl.-io voted to h-iid Ladies iN'iglil at their December rneelhg. They set Dec. in as the tentative date for the even'. In other business, reports were given by chainnc-n of the Lions Halloween parly, (ho Calendar project and the 2Vn I annuul pancake day. which, ncited the- club approximately $100 profit, which will be u<e-| to finance various local projects. Stan Gardner was appointed to iinve a sign printed and erected at the junction of the blacktop gong east of Burt and 2L'fi Icr.rHng into Tilonka, pointing the way to Burl. iVIi'd Erna Gruvor presented a soy's quartet, g.rls triple irio an i boys' double quartet in a half-hou 1 vocul music program. Rev. Win. Seller, Larry Holding, Robert find Raymond Lovstad were guests of the club at the 6::id dinner, prepared and served b> Legion Auxiliary member.-;, Mesdames Elsie Lockwood. Nels Nelson. Dorcen Pet i is and Charle.s Spry. the Molding home. Mr and Mrs Gordon Whitmore, Wichita, Kan., visited her father, Albert Volentine, over Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving guests at the ,J. L. Miller home were Mr and Mrs R. A. Miller. Royal, Mr and Mrs C. E. Miller, Eslherville, Mr anil Mrs D. C. Miller and Mr and Mrs Bob Mathers and family of Laurens Mr and Mrs Clark Miller and family. Tilonka. Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and family, Cliff Holding, Mr and Mrs H. W. Miirlow and family, Mrs M.irlovv and Mrs Velma Olson wire among the '.](', guests enjoying. Thanksgiving at the Richart!>w home, LuVerne. Rev. and Mrs W. G. Bnhi were hosts Thanksgiving to Mr and Mrs Lyle Michener, Jefferson, Mr and Mrs Charles Bohi, Indianola, arid Virginia Bohi, Sioux City. Mrs Will Marlow, Lemon, South Dakota, is spending some time \isiting at the home of her sister, Mrs Clara Marlow, and with a brother, Albert Hutchinson, Bancroft. rwi Informative Mi-cling The first in a series of Fanner's information meetings on plant foods, sponsored by the Farm Service Co., was held at the Burl VFW hail Monday evening. Approximately 50 farmers attended. Guest speaker of the evening was Eldon Powell, a plant food specialist. A ncriod of discussion with a ou'jsiion ;.nd answer period followed. Winners of door prizes were 0. T. Chcrlund and Eugene Drager. More meetings of this nature arc- being planned fur the future. The top senior book was awarded to Trudy Alt. The intermediate to Linda Dodds and junior to Susan Dodds. Trudy Alt was pfe- sented a cook book and given the food and nutrition award. Cookies, col fee and milk were served following the awards. By Mrs. Syl Wagner Mr and Mr:, Larry Olson and Bruce, Anita, spent Thanksgiving week'-'ivJ at the- Larry Holding home. Mr and Mrs La'dell Olson and Jade of Adair also called at Only X51VE ^EASIER Here are two top Gift Hints. . . GAS DRYERS Watch her face light up at Christmas time when she sees a new Gas Dryer in the house. 11 will save her many hours of work during the winter months and she'll soon find it is one of the lust things she'd ever give up. It's a wonderful gift for any wife — come in and see our fine scloc tion at reasonable prices. GAS RANGES For the freshest ideas in gas ranges, see our selection . . . many on our floor to choose from . . . liberal trade-in on your old range too. An appliance makes a fine gift. If you cannot find the range you are looking for here, try any of the other gas appliance dealers in Algona. But make sure you buy GAS APPLIANCES . . . your savings in gas will help pay for the new appliance. See These Appliances at Your Favorite Algona Appliance Dealer or at the ... NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-2484 "YOUR GAS COMPANY Mr and Mrs Ed Anrlrolinas. Annette anrl Eddie left Monday for their home at Medicine Lake, Montana after visiting here the past week with relatives and friends. A farewell gathering was field Sunday evening in the K. C. club rooms for Mr and Mrs Anclrc- linos with relatives and friends attending. Mr and Mrs John Thul left Tuesday for Dubuque to visit Mrs Thill's sister, Sister M. Amalia at Mt. St. Francis convent. Janet Keeling and Albert Berte from here were sponsors in Sacred Heart church at Livermore Sunday for the baptism of their nephew Jeffrey John, infant son of Mr and Mrs John F. Reding. Guests in the Reding home in observance of the baptism were the grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Berte anil Mr and Mrs Harold Reding, and Mr and Mrs Albert Berte. Judy Wagner, accompanied by Jeonnie Goldsmith of Earlville and Connie Rathke of Humbolclt. spent Thanksgiving weekend at Purdue, Indiana. They planned co attend the Purdue - Indiana football game. The three girls are juniors at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. College students home for Thanksgiving weekend were Judy Bormann and Ruth Ann Klein. Briar Cliff College; Jim Erpelding, Loras College: De-lores Berte. St. Vincent's School of Nursing. Sioux City; and David McGuire, Atchinson, Kansas. Mr and Mrs Cletus Chit-nine and Paul returned to Jefferson, South Dakota, after spending the past week at the Ed Bormann home. Carol Erpelding, r e g i s t e reel nurse at St. Joseph's hospital, Mason City, spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding. Patricia Kramer started work at Paula's Primp beauty shop in Webster City. She recently graduated from the La James Beauty School in Mason City. Patricia is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Kramer. Mr and Mrs Therman Pruitt and Dianne Reding of Colorado Springs, Colo, spent several days with friends and relatives OUT Thanksgiving. Kenneth Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann, and BernadeUe Hilbert, daughter of the Ted Hil ben's, left Thursday night fin- Chicago to attend the National 4-1! Congress. The Raymond Kohlhaas and Gerald Frankls took their sons. Howard and Pat, to Ames Monday where they enrolled in the Agriculture Winter Course at Iowa Stan- University. Kenneth Bormami en rolled in the same course Tuesday after returning from Chicago. Mr and Mrs John Thul return ed home Thursday evening alter visiting the latter's sisters, SiMer Mary Amalia in Dubuque and Mrs Kate Phillips at Bancroft. Adam Kramer returned home last week from Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where he was a medical patient. Give Ottosen Folks Silver Wedding Fete OHosen — Sunday, Mr and Mrs .ester Wchrspann were surprised by forty-five relatives and friends on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs Raymond Wchrspann baked a heart shaped cake for the occasion and (be honored couple were given a gifl of money. Those who attended besides the overnight guests were Mr and Mrs Mike Hin'z, Henry ami Walter, Mr and Mrs Clarencr- Hill?, and family and Mr and Mrs Arnold Hinz and family of Lu- I Verne. Mr and Mrs Ray Kading of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Walter Bell and Mr and Mrs Ernest Ha- bcgar of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Melvin Brntland of Bode. Mrs Mina Wehrspann, Mrs Lillian Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Melvin Eliingson, Margaret Holt, Mr and Mrs Leo Tofteberg and family, Miami Mrs H. D. Benson, Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Robert Block, Mr anrl Mrs Raymond Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Fred Kampen and Mr and Mrs Mrrtin Meyer all of Ottosen. Guests at the Wehrspann home Saturday overnight were their son and family. Mr and Mrs Delbcrt Wehrspann and Tammy of Sioux- City and Mr and Mrs Jim Abel and two children of Kasson, Minn. These guests were also present at the anniversary. Thanksgiving pof luck dinner guesis at the Dean Tclfords were .Mr and Mrs Roy Tel ford and Larry, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family, Mrs Caroline Telford am) Lawrence Telford. Z96L 'Lt JaatuQAON 'Xopsonji Algeria (la.) Upper BM MofftM-3 Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain, Each farm worker is backed by were Thanksgiving dinner guest.s | $21,300 in invpstment-$5,400 more of _^_Violn_Jhomps^n ,-U Jo^U^r workerjhan in manufacturing. ReacMrhe Want Ads - It Pays] NEW6EHL Union Alethecms Receive Many 4-H Club Awards Award night for the I'nion Ale- theans, along with Algona Roys, Union Boys, two Algona Girls club, Irvington Ideals and Cresco Chums was held Nov. i:i at tin- Annex. Dean Barnes presented t h e awards. Each club presented a short skit and a review of the year's club work was given by the president Mary Beth Reilly and Toir. Henry both of Union clubs, were awarded trips to the International Livestock Show in Chicago. Janet Erpelding, Trudy Alt, Linda Dodds and Mary Beth Reilly had blue ribbon long time record books. Each girls was presenter! a completion seal. The secretary and historian yearly books were awarded blue ribbons. The club was given a standard club seal. Husking Bee A small husking bee was held Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of James and Naomi Struthers. Albert Stone came with his picker and Cletis Hundertmark helped with his tractor and two wagons. They filled the cribs and picked and shelled the remainder. Mrs W. E. Hundertmark helped svith the meals and Margaret Holt was also a Wednesday dinner guests. PORTABLE... PTO POWERED it GRINDS ht MIXES lit DELIVERS the teed! • • • Gehl's Grind-All • • • New auger table feeds lor full grinder capacity Now auger table attaches to Gehl Grind Alls Adjusts vertically to feed from v , wagon, bin or bag It's si/ed and f . geared to handle small grams o- -— l '< large oar corn . . . and alwayb keeps a clear throat Perfect < companion for exclusive Grind All that KIVCS you two mills in one. t ',-,ix—_4, GEHL MIX-ALL makes 2 tons of feed in minutes — then takes it to self-feeders, bunks, bins or bags. (Mil's got it... portable on-the-farm feed milling. A PTO feed maker that batches it, little or large. A vertical auger works within a center cone, carries the milled ingredients to the top of the hopper . . . continually circulates the mixture for a uniform formula. And you boss it nil from the tractor seat! Stop in soon . . . see how Gehl puts all price factors in your favor. GEHL'S PTO POWER PARTNERS ... lift the burdi-n /ram vo//r bark, malic your tractor payback more quipment 116 So. Thorington ALGONA Phone CY 4-2421 Ford ideas so contagious .they started a new trend in cars! If you think today's cars have a lot in common, credit the ford sketches above. For these ideas sparked a revolution in car design (hat's reflected wherever you look on the American road. Ford ideas have a habit of being exciting—practical, too. Consider the innovations found only in our '6Js.' There is Ford Calaxie's smooth new velvet ride It cost Ford $10 million to bring it to you, but costs you not a penny extra to enjoy. There is Ford's lull twice-a-year or 6,000-mile maintenance* schedule that cuts service worry and expense to * minimum. There's a new manual transmission that lets you shift down from second to first without coming to d stop. And for '63, there's the biggest choice of models ever offered—44 in all! Only Ford offers all these advantages now. Other cars will eventually catch up—but il you can't wait, here's a tip. See your Ford Dealer today/ Her«'« America'! most contaflloua iooflln« ii ion on Ihi 1IU Foid Galula 500, XL America's liveliest, most carefree cars! *0o ill fcid an .ic. FORD WMH • IWflWNg . QAUUB • IhuNWMITO PRODUCTS OF MOTDR'cOMPAfUr KENT MOTOR COMPANY Algona, Iowa

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