The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1965 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1965
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Meet LuVerne Seniors HOSPITAL NEWS ESTHER H1NZ Esther Louise is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hinz. She has worked in the school lunch room for the last four years. Sewing, cooking and knitting are Esther's favorite pastimes. Esther rates steak and chocolate cake as her favorite foods. She likes all country and western music. Esther plans to get a job after graduation. Her subjects this year are English, home economics, bookkeeping, economics and government. BILL MILLER Bill Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Miller of LuVerne. His favorite pastimes are working on cars and welding, and his favorite food is pizza. He likes all popular songs. Bill plans to farm after graduation. His subjects this year are bookkeeping, economics, government and shop. 4-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesdoy, April 13, 1965 Shipler, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Herbert Harms and baby, Titonka; Charles Bierstedt, Whittemore. April 4 - Admitted: Mrs. J. I. Merryman, Algona, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Nina Sill, Lu- Verne; Mrs. John Capesius and baby, Bode. April 5 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Frank King, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 5 oz.; admitted: Daniel Muller, T & A, and Mrs. Clara Haag, medical, Whittemorej Mrs. Elizabeth Mertz, West Bend, medical; Mrs. Raymond Langfitt, medical, and Adrian Sterling, fracture, Algona; Maxine Vaske, Bancroft, medical; Ella Lieb, Lone Rock, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Dorothy Kahler, Burt; Donald Kollasch, Whitte- mpre; Mrs. Nell Norton, Algona. 19 At Cancer Crusade Kickoff Meet, Bancroft Nineteen American Cancer Crusade volunteer workers attended the Crusade kick-off meet- Ing at Roy's Grill in Bancroft, last Friday, April 2nd. Mrs. Jack VanNorman, Chapter Chairman of the North Kossuth Cancer Chapter welcomed the workers and Introduced Mrs. Francis Doocy, Crusade Chairman for North Kossuth. Miss Francis Anderson, the American Cancer Society Field Representative showed a film to the volunteers. Each worker received their work kits for the Crusade and will be calling on you soon. _______ Courage doesn't consist in feeling no fear, but In conquering fear. March 31 - Admitted; Mrs. Dorothy Kalilcr, Hurt, burns; James Harris, AJgona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Millie Nolte, Annette Rasmussen, Mrs. Joan Mertz and Frank Stebrltz, Algona. April 1 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dernhard, Fenton, boy, 8 Ibs., 1/4 oz.; admitted: Mrs. John Sill, LuVerne, medical; Mrs. Nell Norton, Algona, medical; George Wichtendahl, Whittemore, medical; Charles Bierstedt and Donald Kollasch, Whittemore, accident; dismissed: Mrs. William Scheer, Burt; Ed Mawdsley, Algona; Mrs. Dale Wegener and baby, Lone Rock. April 2 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tletz, Fenton, boy, 8 Ibs., 15 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Sena Tleman, Burt, medical; Rex Chally, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Patricia Klemm and James Harris, Algona. April 3 - Admitted: Jerry Zatloukal, Whittemore, medical; Dean Parrott and Mrs. Grace Winter, Algona, medical; Sam WHITTEMORE [ By Art Heldenwith street on highway 44 to Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, who will take possession June 1, Mr. Carlson Is employed at the municipal light plant. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith of Esthervllle were Saturday callers at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs. Ralph Sebers and children spent last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs, while her husband was in Cleveland, Ohio, where he attended a convention for the Streater Manufacturing Company in Albert Lea. They were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. Sebers mother Dorothy Rosendahl. They returned to their home in Albert Lea, Minn. Sunday evening. NEWSWRITER Mrs. Thomas(Francena) Whitney probably holds the record for length of service as writer for Clarlnda newspapers - over 50 years. She and her husband, ' Mayor of Yorktown, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in February and have been lifelong residents of the community. Many activities in church and club work keep her in touch with those of her town. New President, Toastmasfers Toastmasters Club Installed new officers at a dinner meeting April 5, at the Johnson House, with wives of members as guests. Paul James installed Jerry Leaneagh as president; James Schubbe, educational vice president; William J. Finn, administrative vice president; Ted Smith, secretary; Joe Kemna, Bancroft, treasurer; and Roger Hiemstra, sergeant-at-arms, Guest of the club was Capt. Johnson, who later presented the travelogue on his trip to Egypt. PIONEER. Corn Growers Make HIGHEST YIELDS WIUTTEMORE - In a transaction last Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers purchased the Dale Hanover residence on East Main street in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Held- enwith of Estherville sold their home one block south of Main SUNDAY LISTENING IS BETTER THAN EVER ON KLGA LISTEN FOR THE NEW SOUND SUNDAY MAJOR NEWSCASTS - 7:45 - 10:00 . NOON - 4:45 Hymn Request Show __ 10:15-11:00 Show Business 12:15- 1:00 Western Ho-Down 1:30- 2:15 Swing Club 3 : 05- 4:30 ALL ON KLGA SUNDAY THE BIG VOICE FOR NORTHWEST IOWA ... in the state ... in the contour division ... in 5 of 12 districts ... in nearly twice as many contests as farmers planting any other brand of corn! FRONT END ALIGNMENT Does your car pull to one side? Are your front tires wearing unevenly? If so, they may be out of alignment. And that wears tires out fast! We test your car and align the front end to factory specifications. ELBERT'S ENCO SERVICE ALGONA This record, from the official Iowa Master Com Growers contests, proves you boost your odds for high yields with Pioneer Com. Contests are conducted by local service, business and extension groups and open to all farmers. The Iowa Crop Improvement Association sets the contest rules and double checks yields. Last year over 1,300 farmers entered the 109 local contests, Iowa's only official corn yield competition. State high yield champion, Raymond Keppy, Eldridge, harvested 175.5 bushels per acre from ms field of single cross 3306. Contour high yield honors went to Donald Starr, Wyoming, with a yield of 160.9 bushels per acre, also from a field of 3306. Pioneer com users won 39 local contests. Proven in strict competition, Pioneer corn oners you all-out consistent performance to make you the most yield from every acre of com this year. For the right hybrids for your farm and practical corn-growing ideas, see or call your Pioneer salesman soon. Sea or call 0 PIONEER. BRAND SEED CORN R. I. Miwdiley — Algona Atron Steuiiy — Algona Ted Hoover — Algona Jlggi KoIlMch — Bode Everett Ackers on — Wesley Murray Elevator — Bancroft Henry Schroeder — L. Rock Walter Vaudt — Whittemore THIS WEEK IS DODGE WEEK DODGE WEEK SPECIAL! 100 GAL. GAS FREE WITH PURCHASE OF EVERY NEW CAR! tar SEE THESE 22 NEW CARS IN OUR WAREHOUSE CHOICE OF ALL MODELS & SIZES—WHY WAIT? WIN THIS CAR! PLYMO MONTH LUCKY RAWING APRIL THE •PW^BW HHr ^BJM •• BOYS DRIVE THE FABULOUS NEW POLARA FORD - CHEVROLET OWNERS- SEE THE NEW LOW PRICE* ON POLARAS! 5 YEAR, 50,000 MILE FACTORY WARRANTY ON ALL NEW CARS. .- __-, L. '•'^^^^^^^^•'^^i^i^^i^^^^l^M^^^^^^a^^^M^MMHM^MMHPHHMMMMMMHMMI^^^H^i^^HMIIIIIHPIill^^HHMHHHHHVHflH ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^ja^^^g^^n^^^^^^^ ^.^^^_ ^^ — ^_ ___ ' ' " ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ EXTRA BONUS ON ALL TRADE-INS DURING THIS GREAT SALE! CHRTSLER ALGONA, IOWA

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