The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1966 · Page 8
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Algeno (la.) Upper DM MelnM Tuesday, January 11, 1966 Wayne Lynch Of Fenton Named Extension Chairman The 1966 Kossuth county Extension Council organized and elected the following officers: chairman, Wayne Lynch,Fenton; vice-chairman, Erwin Eden, Titonka; secretary, Mrs. Orville Thoreson, Swea City; and treasurer, W. H. Bosworth, Algona, Wednesday night, Jan. 5, here. The council is represented by one elected from each of the 28 townships. They are elected for two year terms. New council members shown above are front row, left to right, Vernon Hanselman, Lu- Verne, Mrs. Norman Christian, Algona, and Mrs. Robert Dodds, Algona; and standing, left to right, Martin Dahl, Swea City, Donald Mino, Swea City, Lowell Underbakke, Elmore, and D. H. Berninghaus, West Bend. Not shown, Art Droessler, Lakota. Other members of the council are Art Person, Hurt; Lloyd Thorson, Armstrong; ErvinBor- chardt, Fenton; Herman Tjarks, Titonka; Gene Lampe, Bancroft; Mrs. Fred Behrends, Buffalo Center; Lawrence Lewis, Lakota; Mrs. Melvin Pompe, Whittemore; Mrs. Randall Clark, Algona, Mrs. Albert Johnson, Corwith; BernardThilges, Bode; John Pergande, LuVerne.; Robert Boleneus, Wesley; and Harold Poppen, Whittemore. Staff of the Kossuth county Extension Service includes Galen DeValois, county Extension director; Roger Hiemstra, county associate; Lois Busch, county Extension home economist; and Edith Welter, office assistant. -o- MANAGEMENT SCHOOL A three-day Farm Management School was announced by De- Valois. The school will. be held three Thursdays, Feb. 10, 17 and 24 , at the Algona V. F. W. from 9:30 a. m. to 3 p. m. All farmers and farm managers are invited to attend this school which will be taught by Iowa State University farm management specialists and county Extension staff. DeValois reports that enrollment is limited to the first 80 people enrolling and paying the $5 fee. The five dollar fee includes three meals, registration and text books. Most successful farmers and economists feel that management is the most important factor in successful farming today, even more important than technical knowledge in crops and livestock, so this should be a valuable school for those attending. The 28 Extension council members in Kossuth county have information and enrollment forms for this school. Or contact the Extension office at Algona or Galen DeValois and Roger Hiemstra for more information. Lakotans Are Hosts On Xmas Visitors at 'the Dr. P. C. Geilenfeldt home Christmas day were Mrs. Russell Beeson and son Norman of Dakota City, Iowa. In the afternoon Mrs. Geilenfeldt, Paul, Gary, and Gloria Jean, also Mrs. Amelia Koppen accompanied Mrs. Beeson and Norman to Blue Earth, Minn, to visit Dr. R C. Geilenfeldt who has been in the hospital since Dec. 19. Paul and Gary Geilenfeldt, students at Mankato State College, came home last Wednesday for the holidays. They return to college Jan. 3. "Kossnth Courity's Favorite Newspaper" MR. AND MRS. Leo Dunlap, , Pat and Mike, Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunlap, and his sister and family, the Glen Sniders. MR. AND MRS. Jason Etherington, Little Rock, Ark., became parents of their first child, a boy, weighing 6 Ibs., 5 oz., Dec. 30. The baby has been named Jason Lee Etherington, Jr. He is the sixth grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Etherington and the sixth great-grandchild for Mr. and Mrsjess Grubb, all of Algona. MR. AND MRS. David C. Walker and small daughter, Monica Ann returned to Dubuque Tuesday after spending the Christmas holiday with his mother, Mrs. Clara Walker. The Merrill Walker family were also guests Christmas Day. HOLIDAY guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sefrit were her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Deal, Edwards- viUe, m. With them the Sefrits went to Minneapolis for a visit of a couple of days with Mrs. R. K. Lurvey, sister of the women. MRS. PAUL Teglund of Goodell took her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Kickbush, to Iowa City for a check-up at University hospital. Mrs. Kickbush is under treatment for arthritis. MR. AND MRS. Edward Green visited the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shepard at Sheffield, not long ago. MR. AND MRS. FermanHeinen were recently visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry St. John of Barnum and their son, Louis Heinen of Fort Jackson, S. C. In a short time, he will have completed a specified amount of training and will enter officers training. MRS. GEORGE Heinen was visited Thursday and a part of Friday by Mrs. Albert Huen, Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Huen will be staying with her daughter, Mrs. Victor Smith of Ft. Dodge, while her husband, son Walter and friend Emmet McCabe are are at Key West and Daytona Beach, Fla. doing some fishing. Mrs. Huen did not feel physically fit to make such a long trip. MR. AND MRS. Dick Buscher and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Buscher are going to Minneapolis Wednesday for a few days to attend an implement dealers convention. MRS. HENRY Kohlhaas was visited Thursday by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kohlhaas, LuVerne. MRS. PETE Halsrud is spending the winter in Nappa, Calif, with her son, Keith'and family, She plans to be gone three months. MRS. F. L. Bakken, Bode, was guest Thursday of Mrs. Wayne Hanson. MR. AND MRS. Russell Shipler are parents of a son whom they have named Todd James born Dec. 28. MR. AND MRS. Donald Ritchie have received word of the birth of a son, William Robert, born recently at Lansing, Mich. He is the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ritchie. MR. AND MRS. Carroll Jenkins have returned from Marshfield, Wis. where they visited Mrs. Roy Schmit, sister of Mr. Jenkins. DR. AND MRS. Ray Potter spent the weekend at Schaller with their daughter, Mrs. Don McDonough and family. BRITT Whittemore has re-, turned to 1 Mount Pleasant where she is a student at Iowa Wesleyan and was visited by Pat Carnes, Bloomington, Minn. She accompanied him home for New Years. MRS. ART Wiese spent New Years at Mason City with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis. She also visited Mrs. Charles Fleming at Clear Lake, a friend with whom she had taken a course in cosmetology some time ago. She has also been at Blairsburg to visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruisman and family and that day had a phone call from her husband who is at Thule, Greenland. He expects to be home about the first of February. DR. AND MRS P. O.Dorweiler were at Cedar Rapids last week visiting the former's brother, Paul, Hartford, Conn., and sisters, Mrs. Peter Mersch and Margaret Dorweiler. They also visited Mrs. Dorweiler's brother, Earl Hutchison at Waterloo. MR. AND MRS. Willard Zeigler have had word from his sister, Mrs. Richard Dobarganas, Dallas, Tex., that they are being transferred to Ontario, Canada. MR. AND MRS. Kent Seeley returned Friday from Scottsdale, Ariz, where they visited a few weeks with Kent's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Griggs. MR. AND MRS. Wendell French and Mrs. Lyle Mathes went to Ft. Dodge Friday to meet Mrs. Cidney Laird, who came via plane from Los Angeles where she had been since before Christmas with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Barnes and family. MR. AND MRS. C. S. Shipler left last week for Fullerton, Calif, where they will visit with their son Jimmy and family. Jimmy's wife is the former Nancy Muckey. They will stop in Missouri en- route to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mittag andtheCleoShip- lers at Hobbs, New Mex. MR. AND MRS. George Wolf have gone to Winterhaven, Fla. to spend several weeks. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Riedinger and four sons spent several days last week at Maquoketa with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Riedinger. SUPT. AND MRS. O. B. Laing spent last Thursday and Friday in Des Moines, the former attending a meeting at the Statehouse on school business and meeting with architects. MR. AND MRS. Leslie O'Brien, Des Moines, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. 0. B. Laing, are in Mason City, the former a patient at Park hospital. Mrs. O'Brien is staying with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Goslin. The former is on the hospital staff. * * r LARGEST TANK Final sections of the largest grain storage tank of its type in the world was placed recently at the Big 4-Co-op Processing Association plant in Sheldon. When the roo f was completed, which weighed 28,000 Ibs., the tank will store 140,000 bushels and weigh 92,000 Ibs. ; DR. AND MRS. Harold Brickson were recently at Minneapo lis visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Erickson, and at Mankato, Minn, with her brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. 0. D. Anderson. :, MR. AND MRS. Wayne Hanson had as guests Mrs. Melvin Hanson, Mrs. Morris Hanson and Joy, and Laurie DeWanz, all of Blue Earth, Minn. They are mother, sister-in-law of Wayne. MR. AND MRS. OUie Nasby left last week for a visit at Albuquerque, New Mexico, with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Poling and family. MRS. GRACE Jackman plans to leave soon and meet her sister, Mrs. Alice Ditsworth, who is at present with a son at Salt Lake City, Utah, with a son Bob and family and they will go to Tempe, Ariz, to spend most of the winter, taking an apartment there. They will also visit at Phoenix, Ariz, with Mrs. Florence Howard, nee Florence Patterson, former Algonan. Mrs. Ditsworth has a son Dick and family at Tempe. I READY-TO-GO USED CARS 1965 CHRYSLER Newport, 4 dr. hardtop, with power steering, power brakes, R & E, tinted windshield, WSW, like new $2995 6 — 1964 FORDS, Custom. 500, 6 cyl., stick shift, R & H, wipers and washers priced $1295 to $1395 1964 FORD Fairlane, 2 dr. with 170 cu. in. engine, auto, trans., like new $1395 1963 FORD Custom 300, 2 dr., 6 cyl. with standard trans., heater, one owner $995 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr., 6 cyl. stick, heater, one owner, clean 11295 1963 CHRYSLER Newport, 4 dr. sedan, R fc H, like new $1795 1963 FORD Galaxie, 4 dr. 6 cyl., standard trans., heater, one owner, like new, turquoise and matching inter* for : $1175 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr. sedan, V-8 engine, standard trans., R & H, white with red interior $1395 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr., V-8, AT, R & H, a beauty $1475 1963 CHEVY II, 100 station wagon, 6 cyl. standard trans., R &H, one owner .; $1295 1962 FORD Fairlane, 4 dr., V-8, AT, R ft H, light blue, one owner $895 1962 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 dr., heater, standard trans., like new ..;.. $895 1962 OLDSMOBILE, 2 dr. Dynamic 88, standard trans., WSW, R & H, big caps, maroon with red interior ....... v ........;...:^ $1295 1962 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 4 dr., R & H, 6 cyl., standard trans., white and red $1050 1962 CHEVROLET Impaia 4 dr. hardtop, 283 engine, full power, autumn gold $1395 1962 VOLKSWAGEN, 2 dr. standard trans., heater, like new $975 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, 4 dr., R * H, auto, trans., $795 1961 FALCON , 2 dr., 6 cyl., standard trans., R & H, complete overhaul $675 1961 PLYMOUTH Savoy, 4 dr., V-8, AT, heater, 50,000 actual miles $575 1961 MERCURY Monterey, 4 dr. hardtop, V-8 AT, R & H, red and white $995 . 1961 CHEVROLET Impaia 2 dr. hardtop, 6 cyl., standard trans., R ft H, completely overhauled, white with red $1025 1961 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 4 dr. V-8, standard trans., R ft H, extra clean '. • $750 1960 FALCON, 4 dr., 8 cyl., standard transmission, R ft H $550 DOOR BUSTER! 1960 FORD Fairlane 500, AT, 4 dr. V-8, R ft H, runs good, needs paint Job, has new tires $295 1960 FORD Galaxie, 2 dr. hardtop V-8, O.D., R ft H, white with red interior $550 1960 PONTIAC Catalina, 4 dr. wagon, V-8, AT, PS, PB, R ft H, black with red interior, one of a kind .. $995 I960 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 dr., V-8, AT, R ft H, PS, PB, white and bronze $895 1959 CHEVROLET Baf Air, 4 dr. V-8, standard trans., R ft H, good $650 1959 BUICK LeSabre, 4 dr. sedan, R ft H, PS, PB. Good condition .....\. $495 1958 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 4 dr. V-8, R ft H $325 1957 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr. V-8, AT, R ft H, Turquoise and white ,;;.„.' $350 DOOR BUSTER ! 1955 CHEVROLET 210, 4 dr. V-8, stick shift, runs good ..,. $75 DOOR BUSTER ! 1949 CHEVROLET, 4 dr., 6 cyl. standard trans., heater, 4 tires with 75% wear left, runs perfect $50 TRUCKS 1965 INTERNATIONAL % ton pickup, 6 cyl. 4 speed, custom cab, R & H, like new. Heavy duty and overload springs $1895 1965 CHEVROLET % ton 6 cyl., long wide box, 3-speed heater, one owner $ 1695 1960 FORD F-250 % ton PU, 6 cyl., 8 ply mud and snow, 3 speed , $895 1962 CHEVROLET % long box, 6 cyl., 3 speed, good $1175 1961 CMC Travelall with windows, V-6 engine, standard trans., 3 seat, heater, turquoise in color $695 1961 FORD Econoline panel Van, 6 cyl., stick, heater $795 1959 FORD F-350, 1 ton pickup with singles and 6x8 grain body, extra good $995 1950 INTERNATIONAL % ton pickup, 3 speed, new snow and mud tires, runs good $125 KMUSE AUTO CO. PHONE 889-2843 FENTON, IOWA THEY GO! PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED! WE MUST CLEAR OUR REMAINING WINTER STOCKS TO REDUCE OUR SEASON-END INVENTORY! HURRY! SAVE! WOMEN'S WEAR * , Women's afternoon dresses, orig. $4.00 $2.99 Women's afternoon dresses, orig. $11.95 __ $6.99 & $8.99 Women's daytime dresses, orig. .$6.98 __ $5.98 & $4.99 INFANTS' and GIRLS'" Infants' crawlers, reg. $1.98 $1.57 Infants' play suits, reg. $1.98 $1.57 Play suits, sizes 2 to 4, regi $2.98 $2.44 Slack sets, sizes 2 to 4, reg. $2.98 $2.44 Knit slacks, sizes 3-6x, reg. $1.98 $1.57 Corduroy slacks, 3 to 6x, . reg. $1.98 $1.57 Knit tops, sizes 3 to 6x, reg. $1.98 $1.57 Boys' snow suits, 2 to 4, reduced to $7.00 Coat set, size 3 reduced to $8.00 Girls' coats, sizes 3 to 6x, reduced to $11.00 Fleece stretch slacks, 3 to 6x, reg. $3.00 $2.44 Girls' dresses, 1 to 3, 3 to 6x, now __ $1.44 & $4.99 SHOES at SAVINGS ' Slippers for the whole family, $1.99 to $2.99 values 88c MEN'S and JOYS' Men's flannel shirts, orig. $7.66 $1.27 Men's corduroy slacks, . orig. $4.99 $3.00 Men's famous name slacks, reduced to $3.00 Boys' flannel shirts, size 12-1416-18, orig. $T.29 99s Boys' flannel-lined pants, sizes 3 and 8, now $1.17 Juvenile boys' parkas, were $5.99 $5.00 Boys' Corduroy Slacks $2.99 Men's ties, assorted colors, patterns, now „ 67e Men's zip- moose coats, reduced to $19.00 Men's ski jackets, reduced to $13.00 Men's car coats with fur- like collars, now $22.00 Men's insulated underwear, top or bottom, reg. $1.7? _ $1.57 Large assortment of boys sweaters, Cardigan and Pullover styles, sharply reduced! Men's flannel pajamas, reg. $3.49 _ $3.00 Men't knit shirts, reg. $2.98 ... $2.44 Men's knit shirts, reg. $3.98 $3.44 Small boys' pajamas, reg. $T.69 $1.33 Boys' insulated underwear, reg. $1,00 88e Men's dress shoes, orig. $7.99 to $8.95 __ $5.00 Women's famous name shoes, orig. $5,99 to $9.95 __ $3.97 WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR REDUCED! GIRLS' SWEATERS 299 Originally $4. A collection of cardigan* and pullover sweaters. WOMEN'S SLACKS 599 799 Orig. $6.98, $7.98, $9.98. Figure flattering styles and colors in wools, blends, stretch. WOMEN'S SKI-TYPE JACKETS 90 REDUCED WOMEN'S QUALITY COATS Orfg. $11. $5 and $T2.95. They're weatherproof, reversible, definitely smashing! In S, Art, L WHITE SALE SPECIALS FUR TRIM $ STYLES 58 All-wool meltons, worsteds, sculptured fabrics. Luxurious Norwegian fox or squirrel trim. Sizes 6 to 20, to 24%. FASHION COATS Fur-trimmed and untrimmed fashions in tweeds, meltons, others! All warmly interlined. Sizes 6 to 20, to 24%. CAR COAT SAYINGS Large choice of casual coats. Distinctive stylings designed to keep you warm. Sizes 6 to 20, to 24%. 22 ELECTRIC BLANKETS REDUCED £97 Single control, double bed size, 9 settings. Guaranteed! Washable rayon cotton blend. CHARGE IT and SAVE, too...at YOUR S&l STORE

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