The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1965 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 16, 1965
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Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1965 Five Members Received By St. Joe CD.A. ST. JOE - C. D. A. met Nov. 10 for reception of new members. District Deputy Mrs. George Montag, Mrs. Claire Reding, West Bend, and Mrs. L. N. Sch- lltz, member of the St. Benedict court, were in attendance. New members are Mrs. Rosalia nig, Mrs. Ronald nig, Mrs. Tom Reding, Mrs. Tom Relsing and Sheryll Weydert. Court officers were in charge of the reception ritual. Mrs. George Montag and Grand Regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert gave short talks following the ritual, welcoming the new members and explaining the order of business and procedure at meetings. Highlights of the C. D. A. workshop held at West Bend were given by Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mary Jane Origer. Mrs. E. J. Gales, cook book chairman, reported that cook books are again available and can be purchased from any member. The annual C. D. A. poetry contest will be sponsored by the court with local winner to be awarded prizes. Service boys will be remembered with spiritual bouquet Christmas cards for the holidays. The annual contribution to the Bishop's Charities was made. Lecturer Mrs. David McGuire read the prayer "Teach Me Lord." - o REGULAR MEETING KC's monthly meeting was held with Grand Knight Milford Plathe presiding. Lunch committee consisted of Herb Bormann, Jim Butler, Ed nig, Damian Centgraf and Wilfred Schneider. The Council is making plans for a euchre tournament, scheduled for the winter months and also hope to develop this activity into a couples tournament. The Council received a dance invitation for Nov. 20 at theK.C. hall, Algona, sponsored by the Algona council. - o Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Origer are parents of a son, Edward John, bom Nov. 8 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. There are two other boys, Robert and Thomas, in the Origer family. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Tiernam, Rolfe, and John Origer, St. Joe. Mrs. Ray Gales, Sr., Livermore, is assisting here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Origer this week. SNOW GEESE Warren and Duane Feldick delayed their work on combining beans recently to bag two snow geese as they landed in a plowed field on Duane's farm near Buffalo Center. The "snows" are beautiful white birds with wide wing spans and the wings are edged with dark feathers. Northrup King SUPERSTARS for corn profits KM 589 Good standability— best in its maturity class. Does well in heavy stands. Resists stalk rot and corn borers. Uniformly long, semi-blocky ears that dry fast. In area tests, outyielded nearest rival by 11.9 bu, per acre. Blight resistant. Holds its ears. Resistant to Btalk rot and root rot. Performs well at high populations. Harvests easily with picker- eheller. Delivers big yields— even under adverse conditions, AND PX610 PX78 We have the right SUPERSTAR for your farm, Order your seed now. BIERL LOCKERS & FEED ST. BENEDICT, IOWA •••••••••••V NCJ NORTHRUP KING SEEDS "Thank You" To Workers, Home Society Drive A special "thank you" to residents of Kossuth County was issued this week by the Iowa Children's Home Society on behalf of the children in its care. The Society is supported by fees and contributions. If the child's own relatives or county are financially responsible for him, they pay expenses. If no one is legally responsible, or the family is without means the Society relies on contributions. About half the children's expenses are met by contributions. The Society participates in 215 united drives throughout Iowa, including in this area: United Fund of Algona, Iowa, Inc.; Lu- Verne Community Chest; and Goodwill Club (Sherman Township). Volunteer workers in this area this year were: Mrs. Harold Krantz,. Swea City; Mrs. Harold Herzog, Ledyard; Mrs. Sidney Payne, Ledyard; Mrs. George Ennen, Elmore, Minn.; Mrs. Geo. Schroeder, Lakota; Mrs. Elmer Paulson, Lakota; Mrs. Tony Weydert, Bode; Mrs. A. B. Schenck, Algona; Mrs. Richard Heyes, Lakota; Mrs. Carl Johnson, Lakota; Mrs. Glenn E. Clark, Swea City; Mrs. August Robinson, Swea City. Mrs. Wm.Shoenhair, Bancroft; Mrs. Faye Asche, BancroftjMrs. Robert Fortney, Bancroft; Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Fenton; Mrs. Don Ringsdorf, Titonka; Mrs. Alfred Baade, Titonka; Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Titonka; Mrs. Louis Wingert, Buffalo Center; Mrs. ! Lance E. Riebhoff, Burt; Miss Beatrice Hildman, Wesley; Mrs. Fred Bentele, Wesley; Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton. TROUT Several years ago Father Donald Hawes and Father Cletus Hawes began putting a few live trout in a spring fed pool on their mother's and brother's farm in the Wexford valley, today there are over 30 rainbow and brown trout enclosed in a pool. A large number of visitors come to view the trout each year. From the wonderful world of elegance at North Central Public Service Co. 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"A Complete LP and Natural Gas Service." 295-2484 ALGONA AT MY FARM LOCATED 2 MILES EAST AND 3!i MILES NORTH OF LUVERNE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17,1 P.M H-Formdll Tractor, High Compression F 14 Formal I Tractor, Big Pistons 438-4 Row International Cultivator 238-2 Row Internatonal Cultivator 229-2 Row International Cultivator 4 Row International Planter International 2-14 inch plow John Deere 2-14 Prow John Deere 15 Foot Disc 8 Ft. Tandem Disc 4 Section Flexible Harrow (Folding Draw Bar) 3 Section Flexible Harrow 7 Row Tractor Sprayer with near new Pump and Hand Boom International 52 Combine International Tractor Mower Engate Seeder 42 Ft. John Deere Elevator-narrow Overhead Hoist with Cradle John Deere Speed Jack International 24 Picker International Wagon, new rubber 2 Wood Flare Boxes 1 Flat Rack 1 Steel Wheel Wagon Twin Draulic Manure Loader Oil Burning Tank Heater Steel Stock Tank-Large J?n ^SiT? B i 5""^ 2 * ] ? Ft< c Calf Feed Bunks; H °y R °w Ba| * F " k <- J°"" D"» Sheller; 300 Gal. Gas Barrel on Stand with Hose and None!; Brooder House 12 X 14; Eltctric Brooder; Ch.cken Equipment; 2 4-H Calf Show Halters; Locco Space Heater-6 inch Burners; 1 Set of 7 Expansion Precision Pilot Reamers sizes 11/16 inch to T 1 8 Troctor Chains; TV Antenna Rotor.complete; Miscellaneous items, TERMS: Cash, No Property to be removed until settled for, Not responsible for accidents, GERALD C. AWE, Owner ANDERSEN 8, KLEVE, AUCTIONEERS THi SECURITY SJATG lUVIRNg OFFICE^'CllRK

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