The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1965
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tact the following local swine board members - Charles Ny- paard, Wesley; Paul Rernhard, Fenton, Otto Harlan, Algona; Julie Baas, Algona; Alvin Richardson, Lcdyard; Burdette Hoeppnor, Lakota; Owen Curry, LnVernp; Maurice Erpelding, Wesley, or Galen DeValois, county extension director. Farm Auctions 10-Algona, (la.) Upper D« MolnM Tuesday, December 14, 1965 Swine Board ill Hold Two County Meets The Kossuth Swine Improvement Board will hold two local meetings to discuss and promote swine disease research in Iowa, reports Charles Nygaard, County Swine Improvement Association president. Hog producers and others interested in pork production are invited to attend a meeting Dec. 14 at 1:30 p. m. at the Extension office in Algona or Dec. 16 at 1:30 p. m. at St. John's church basement at Bancroft. Galen DeValois, county Extension director, encourages pork producers and others interested to attend this meeting. Better research on Iowa swine disease problems would be of great economic benefit to Kossuth farmers. For further information con- Dec. IB, THURSDAY - John F. Weber. 2 east of Irvlngton or 4 south on 169 and 3 1/2 east. Closing out sale. Spencer Bros. & Ronald Peck, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Dec. 17, FRIDAY - V. C. Smith auction sale of 800 ewes, some machinery, other Items. Sale will be held at the Algona Sale barn. Sale details in this issue of UDM. Sale date listings in this column are advised as soon as auctioneers and a date have been selected. It may prevent conflicts in dates. s (PrU)c beqins with lite name on ikis distinctive white box SHEAKLEY'S Ladiet and Children* Faihioni ALCONA, IOWA You'll notice a special sparkle in the eye . . . and eagerness to unwrap the gift . . . when SHEAKLEY'S name is on the box. There is no pleasure quite like it. Let us help you select the next gift you plan . . . and we will wrap it with special pride at no extra charge. SHEAKLEYS OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TILL 9 BEFORE CHRISTMAS 3 Hurt When Pickup Rolls Neor Lctkota Three Buffalo Center carpenters sustained Injuries and were taken to the hospital there after a pickup driven by one of them, Raymond F. Miller, 76, went out of control and slammed Into a ditch where it overturned five miles west of Lakota on highway 9 at 7:45 a. m. Friday. Miller suffered a broken arm, abrasions and a possible back injury; Leon Ites, 44, a cut nose ; and Ed Ites, 70, a cut nose and bruised leg. The pickup was headed west at the time of the mishap. It went out of control after crossing some railroad tracks and slammed Into the north ditch. The vehicle was a total wreck, according to Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who investigated. David A. Berendes, 17, Algona, was charged wlUi driving left of the center of the road after his auto collided with one driven by Dorothy M. Householder, 25, Algona, at the intersection of Nebraska and Thorlngton streets at 9:15 p. m. Friday. Damage to the autos was estimated at $450 by city police who investigated. Matt Schmalen Services Held At West Bend Funeral services for Matt Schmalen, 73, West Bend, were held Monday at 10 a. m. in the St. Peter and Paul Catholic church, with the Rev. Louis Greving officiating. Burial was in the West Bend Cemetery. Mr. Schmalen died at his home Thursday night following a heart attack. He was born in Webster City and moved with his parents to West Bend a few years later. He graduated from West Bend parochial -schools. He married the former Re- glna Mersch, West Bend, Feb. 14, 1917. Survivors include his wife; two ! sons, Jamefc of Ft. Dodge, and Harold of West Bend; two grandchildren; three sisters, Sister Irma of LaCrosse, Wis., Elizabeth of West Bend, and Mrs. Mary Draman of Emmetsburg; and two brothers, Nick and Pete, both of West Bend. Taking Course Dr. Harold Erickson left Tuesday night for Chicago where he is attending post graduate courses of the American Academy of Optometry. The sessions are to be held Wednesday through Saturday. He will be in his office Monday. Algona Stores Will Be Open On These Nights DECEMBER * 1965 SUN MON tut WED THIf SAT 12 19 26 28 29 AHS Christmas Program Set For Wednesday Night The vocal music department of the Algona Junior-Senior high school will present its annual Christmas vocal concert in the high school auditorium on Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 p. m. Admission is free. No reserved seats. The concert will feature the high school Mixed Chorus, the Lyric Girl's Chorus, the Band Girl's Chorus, Modern Choir, Symphonettes, 8th Grade Mixed Chorus, and the 7th Grade Mixed Chorus. Soloists with the various groups will be Kitty Hardgrove, Sheri Baker, Judy Thompson, and Brad Kraft. Christmas music will be the feature of the evening from the serious Christmas music of the 16th century up to the contemporary Christmas music of the 20th century. Many of the popular Christmas songs will also be performed. The mixed chorus will start the festivities with "Gloria In Excelsis" by Florence Jolley with words by Martin Luther and will continue with "Jesus Little One" by Franz Tunder, a German composer. The Symphon- ettes will put all the concert goers in the Christmas spirit as they sing one of their numbers, "The Christmas Spirit" by Fred Spielman. Three of the music groups singing in the concert will also be performing in other activities of the Christmas season. The high school M ixed Chorus will be putting on a TV show for KQTV, Channel 21, in Fort Dodge on Saturday, Dec. 18, at 12:00. The TV station has var- ious selected area choirs to present a Christmas program for their audience. The Modern Choir and Sym- phonettes will be singing Christmas music for the various service organizations in the community during the pre-holiday season. 2 Bound Over As Result Of S-City Break-In Arnold Jones, 22, and Robert Kester, 19, Ft. Dodge, apprehended last week at Ft. Dodge and charged with breaking and entering as the result of a break-in at the DX station at Swea City Dec. 6, were bound over to district court in Justice Delia Welter's court here Thursday. Bond for each was set at $2,500 and they remain in jail here as bond has not been posted. The pair were picked up at Ft. Dodge Dec. 7 as a result of investigation of the Swea City break-in, with the big lead in the arrests coming as a result of a bullet in the Jones car, which was struck when Joe Fisher, Swea City marshal, fired at it. Jones and Kester also admitted many other break -ins in this area within the past three months in statements to authorities. Game Postponed Algona high school's scheduled North Central Conference meeting in basketball with Hampton here Friday night was postponed due to heavy fog which blanketed, the area. It will be played here in February. The Bulldogs will host Clear Lake in a big one here Friday. Arthur Vandt, Livermore, Dies Arthur Vaudt, 59, of Livermore, died Saturday morning at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge after emergency sufgery Dec. 2. The Lindhart funeral home in Humboldt is in charge of arrangements which were pending. REGISTER NOW FOR FREE SHETLAND PONY TO BE GIVEN AWAY DECEMBER 27 • » • • • Grct/mBCe^l The Friendly Store SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" WITH A GIFT CERTIFICATE END CURL PERMANENT - $5 HONORED UNTIL JANUARY 8, 1966 TWIN-CO BEAUTY SALON 70S N. PHILLIPS CORRINNE LAINO ALGONA 1964 FORD Fairlane "500" 4-door, V-8, Cruise-a-matic, light blue color with matching trim. 1963 FORD Galaxie, 4-door, 2-tone White with Black top, Cruise-a-matic, radio, power steering, extra nice. 4963 DODGE Model 330 4-door sedan, 6-cylinder, standard trans., radio, spotless turquoise finish with matching interior. 1963 FORD 4-door Galaxie "500", V-8, Power Steering, Cruise-a-matic, radio, chestnut color with white top. 1963 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Breezeway roof, light beige color, Mercomattc, Power Brakes, sharp. 1962 FORD 4-door Galaxie 500, power steering and brakes, radio, Cruise-a-matic, Solid White Color. 1961 FORD 4 door G*laxM, V-8, radio, Cruise-a-matic, fwo- tone turjuolse and white, clean. 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, power steering and brakes, Bronze color, extra nice car. 1961 COMET Station Wagon, 6-cylinder, standard transmission. 1960 FORD Ranch Wagon, 4-door, V-8, standard trans. 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "88", Auto. Trans.. 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