The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 5, 1965
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8-Algono ,M , 'Jrp«« De* Moin«i , Oefobpr 5, 1965 Algona Girl Wins Watch Pl'RT - L. H. Ripdpl, Hurt fend man, mad* Mary Dnrwpiler of rural Aipona a VPVV happy pirl whi-n he pi esentpd hei with a wrist watrh. Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mis. George Dorwciler, won the watch in the "Greasy Pit;" contest loccntly sponsored by Horniel 4 Co. for boys and (;irls in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota. The "Greasy Pig" contest was a coloring contest in which entrants were required to color a series of about six pictures. The first prize was $50.00. Mary was the only entrant in the immediate area to win one of 10 watches t;iven away. VISIT RELATIVES Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis have returned from Macon, Mo., where they were met at Mrs. L. T. Lewis' by Mr. and Mrs. Clell Johnson, Yuma, Ariz. Mrs. L. T. Lewis is the widow of Jerry's brother and Mrs. Johnson is a sister of Jerry and the late L. T. Lewis. GUEST SPEAKER The Congregational fellowship will meet Oct. 7 for a hOOlimch- oon. Hostesses are Mrs. Hicluird Norton and Mrs. Willard Zeiler. Guest speaker will be Hev. Don- aJd Blanchettc, Webster City, who was witli the Freedom Marchers to Selma. The Gehl "400" recutter • higti-moisturi corn • bite slicis Cihl nomtd it THE 400. You'll coll it omening — lh« way Ihii ntw ri- culler chops up high' moiilurt corn, cobi and all at up lo 400 buihclt on hour. At last — a 4-knife cylinder recuttor speed-tailored to do the variety of re- cutting jobs you want done. Use it with screens or without. Screens available from 6 /»" to 2 " It's low for easy straight-line feeding (wagon direct to apron feeder). Mounts right on your Gehl PTO blower. Let's talk it over. Make us Prove R with a Demonstration ( JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South of Algona Hotel - ALGONA, IA. The Dale Carnegie Course Dale Carnegie Will Be Offered In ALGONA BEGINNING SOON 10 WAYS THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE HELPS MEN AND WOMEN Acquire poise and confidence Speak effectively Sell yourself and your ideas Be at your best with any group Remember names Think and speak on your feet Control fear and worry Be a better conversationalist Develop your hidden abilities Win a better job, more income FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Contact EL PRESLEY 295-2473 DIRECTORY SERVICE CO. WRITE or PHONE In North Iowa by Chuck Twedt & Associates FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Warrpn Andreason wont to Hampton last Sunday for a family reunion at Mr. .UK! Mrs. Ronald tt'harton's, rivon honor of .lamps U'hartoa, Water- in honor of .lamps U'harton, W,it-, who is leaving for service (M Oakland, Calif. - o - CARY I.ANF, 17 Mr. and Mrs. needier Lane had as quests Sunday the former's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Earl I..mi', Manchester. The seventeenth birthday of the Bredier Lane's s>>n, Can, was l>eiiiicol- BABY SHOUT.K Mi s. Don Smith, Jr. was honored at ,1 Iiali> shower .it the James Boiidewwis home Tuesday evenim;, Sept. 28. Hostesses wore Mrs. Boudowyns, Mrs. Hnli Laim: and Mrs. Ron Tavldt and>ts included the Mcsdame.s Dirk Sardiet, Robert Winter, era ip Smith, Howie Stp.plipnsoii, Walt EWPII, George Cade, Bob I)re\i>r, George Jerf, r uns, Dick Reynolds, Pii(l!;o Miller, Andrev. Cotton, Jolm Sterha, Kldon U'lnkol, Merlon Ross and Tim O'nrion. The honoree received main useful {;lfts. - o - WKKKI.Y LUNCHKON Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. \V. E. Hawcott were hostesses at the ladies luncheon Sept. 29 at Algona Country club. Winners were Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr., Mrs. Phil Diamond and Mrs. Ed Wolcott. - o - SURPRISE PARTY Rev. Billy Goodpasture of the Nazarcne church was given a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening in the recreation room at the parsonage. A pot-luck supper was served and gifts we re pounds of groceries. - o - PLAN LUNCHEON The Methodist W. S. C. S. meets Oct. 7 for a 1:00 luncheon. Lesson subject is "Living In the Space Age." - o - BAPTIST WOMEN Women of the First Baptist church are meeting Oct. 7. Mrs. Ed Bowman has the lesson and hostesses are Mesdames Clyde Prlebe, Don Tietz and JohnHaag. Shower Honors For Titonka Bride-To-Be PORTLAND - A miscellaneous shower was held Friday night, Sept. 17, In the Burt Presbyterian church, In honor of Korene Fitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch of Titonka, who will be married Oct. 17 to Richard Grosser of West Bend. The program opened with a song, "Wedding Bells", by Nancy, Linda and Janet Becker and Norma Harms, followed by a reading by Beulah Dundas. Nancy Becker and Norma Harms then sang, "0 Perfect Love" and Beulah Dundas gave another reading entitled "Home." The three Becker sisters, Nancy, Linda and Janet than sang, "I Would Be Like Jesus." Evelyn Mawdsley accompanied the girls on the piano, with each of the three songs. The program closed with devotions by Evelyn Angus. Fern Andreasen took care of the guest book, Evelyn Angus was in charge of the program. Judy Fitch, Beulah Dundas, Thelma Andreasen and Marjorie Mawdsley helped Korene open and pass the gifts. The tables were beautifully decorated in yellow and white colors of the bride-to-be. Alleda Harms and Barbara Calbreath poured. Hostesses were:Thelma Andreasen, Evelyn Mawdsley, Viola Decker, EvaShipler, Wilma Carlson, Frances Smith, Alleda Harms, Evelyn Angus, Sarah Stewart.Beulali Dundas.Marjorie Mawdsley , Fern Andreasen, Marlene Stenzel, Virgina Becker, Ruth Long and Betty Miller. 2-Car Crash The Algona police department investigated a two-car accident at 9:15 p. m. Thursday at the intersection of Locust and Main streets. Eugene M. Ross, 50, Algona, was traveling west on Locust and collided with a car driven by Lloyd G. Bartelt, 25, Titonka, who was going north on Main street. There were $300 estimated damages to the Ross car and $500 to the Bartelt car. Charges were filed against Ross for failure to yield the right-of-way. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper Des Moines See The NEW 1966 AMERICA'S FINEST CARS premier area showing on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i For Your Listening Pleasure! "FEZZ FRITSCHE" 1:30 to 4:30 in afternoon 7 to 9 & 9:30 to 10:30 in evening BOBBY and DEE AWE plus DUANE TRICKLE 9 to 9:30 in evening FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS 8:30 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. REGISTER FOR OUR SPECIAL FREE DOOR PRIZES ••••••••••••••••••••••a••••••••••••••••••••« You're All Invited! Tell A Friend! Bring A Friend! BUICK • PONTIAC • CADILLAC GAS FOR LESS South Phillips Street Algona, Iowa

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