The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1965 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1965
Page 11
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1. »K.i6,»« aipim dipper Drs itlouif s Erpelding Boys Win Top Chicago Honors Getting Enough Bedding for Your Livestock? This CHOP-MASTER #72 Flail-Type Forage Harvester with Baling Attachment Can Solve Your Problem TWO OF THE TEN BEST Iowa 4-H raised steers entered at the 1965 International Livestock Show in Chicago, competing in classes of ten with other states, were entered by Kossuth county boys. The steers and their owners are in the 7th and 8th positions above, and holding the animals are Kenneth Erpelding and Donald Erpelding of Bode (St. Joe). The Iowa entry of "10 best" won the show's first place award. Only other entry from this area was Chris Greiman of Garner, whose steer is in the 9thposition above with Chris holding it. (Abernathy Foto - Chicago) MRS. AUGUST SLAGLE returned home Friday from a visit of a week at Mountain Home, Ark, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Selby Russell. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Hunt spent Sunday at Cedar Falls with Mr. Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt. MRS. WILMA KUHLMANand Ardis Thomason went to Fort Dodge last Sunday to see the former's uncle George Flowers. MR. AND MRS. K. D. Long went to Joliet,m. in mid-November to visit their daughter, Marcie, who teaches in the school system there. Mrs. Long remained until about a week ago. Marcie will be home Dec. 17 to spend the holidays here. MR. AND MRS. W. B. Nugent returned to their home at Des Moines Wednesday after having come to attend funeral services for Wade Sullivan. MR. AND MRS. Richard Mc- Glnnls and family spent last weekend at Clarence with the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Carstenson. MR. AND MRS. C. R. McQuiston were InDesMolnesMon- day and Tuesday and Tuesday attended funeral services for Mr. McQuiston's brother-in-law William World, 75, who died of a heart attack after only a few days of hospitalization, MR. AND MRS. Leo Mergen have returned from a visit at Milwaukee, Wise, with their son and daughter-in-law, Dr, and Mrs. Darrell Mergen, Ann Marie and Michael Anthony. They were also at Butler, Wise., a suburb of Milwaukee, with an aunt Mrs, Stella Roth and at Chicago with a cousin of Mr, Mergen, Adolph Losch, MRS. SAM BAYLOR is spending the winter in Michigan, part of the time with Mr, and Mrs, Dewey Kulp at Garden City and with' Mr, and Mrs, Jack Koch- macher at Wayne, Mich, They are sons-in-law and daughters of Mrs, Baylor and during her absence her home is being occupied by Mr; and Mrs. Gary Mergen, MR, AND MRS, Pick Meyer were recently visited by their son Richard and wife of Vinton, The daughter of the Dick Meyers, Joy Ann Meyer, was at Mtone* apolis recently to spend a few days with her brother and sister- in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyer. MR. AND MRS. Marc Moore have had as a guest, Wilma Wenger, who teaches in the school system at Britt. Other guests have been their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Dean, William and Martha of Columbus, Wise. Their daughter Mary is a junior in a school of nursing at Manitowoc, Wise, and the son Marc is at an air base at Hahn, Germany, where he has been the past two years. MRS, GEORGE WILDIN is at Mercy hospital, Rochester, Minn., where she had recent major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wildin went to see her last Sunday and she is making very good recovery. Her husband is with her and will remain till her dismissal. MR. AND MRS. H. W. Miller were in Des Moines while Mr. Miller attended the income tax school. They attended the Messiah given by Drake students at the KENT theatre. Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, will come from Des Moines Dec. 17 to spend the holidays with her parents. She is a student at Drake University. MR. AND MRS. Irving Miller spent Wednesday in Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. Jack Dutton spent the weekend at Waterloo with the latter's sister and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Ott, former Algerians. RICHARD THORESON was called to Arcadia, Calif, by the sudden death of his aunt, Mrs. Cecil Bays. Funeral services were held Tuesday. Mr. Thoreson took a plane from Minneapolis and returned via the same route. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Schattschneider have had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hardgrove. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis are leaving Dec. 20 to spend several days at Monett, Mo. with Mrs. Lewis' mother, Mrs. A, B. Montgomery. MR. AND MRS. C. J. McEvoy will have their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mogler, Quincy, 111., as Christmas weekend guests. FRIENDS OF Abner Long will be sorry to learn he fell last Saturday in his room at Marion and broke a hip. He was taken to St. Luke's hospital butit was not known at the time just what measures would be taken. MRS. ERNST THIEL had as guests Sunday her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sankey, Britt. TRUDY, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew, who attends Cornell college at Mount Vernon, will be home this week to spend Christmas with her parents, MICHAEL STREIT was overnight guests last Wednesday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit. His home is at Cedar Rapids. MRS. ANDREW JOHNSON, former Algonan, was here recently from Waterloo and was house guest of Mrs. P . W. French. MR. AND MRS. Ray Beamish have left for Texas and will visit their son Jerry and family at Fort Worth and their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald French at Dallas. They will be gone for the winter. MR. AND MRS. Richard Norton will be visited by their daughter Sir! and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartsfield, Fort Defiance, Ariz., shortly after Christmas. MR. AND MRS. Tim O'Brien plan to spend the Christmas holiday weekend at Elgin and Sterling, m. At Elgin, they will visit their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy and family and at Sterling they will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thorpe and family. CHARLES STREIT, student at the University at Iowa City, will be home this week to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit. No need to worry about bedding for your livestock! Just cut, shred and bale your corn stalks with the BearCat Chop-Master (with baling attachment) and your baler. This big, hefty BearCat Harvester cuts the stalks, then shreds and blows material in a concentrated stream into your baler. Attachment elbow has sliding, telescoping discharge end for perfect adjustment at the baler. Special power shaft and pulling hitch on the Chop-Master is designed to fit all balers. The BearCat #72 Chop-Master is a versatile harvester. It cuts a big, wide, full 72" swath. So easy to pull - it does not touch the ground except for the tires. This machine ia designed especially for cutting green feed, either standing or windrowed, for green chop feeding or for ensilage. It will handle nearly all kinds of grasses and forage in most any condition of tangle or moisture. It clips brush and weeds and will shred all dry material. See this machine at your dealer now. It's a Beard at for work JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA BE A SMITH-CORONA* SANTA CLAUS... and treat yourself to this beautiful, easy-to-own portable. It's the perfect complement to your office at home. Just a few dollars each month will make this full-featured machine your own. We have a complete selection of Smith-Corona portables. One of them will fit your need and your budget perfectly. CLASSIC 12 by SMITH-CORONA A good-looking, broad-shouldered machine with a 12" carriage to handle oversized jobs in a jiffy. 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