The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1960 · Page 14
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Tuesday, May 31, 1960 plans'fof their 1 'annual. June clilb project tqurs . fit their'TUesdhy evening: meeting.. Members will have a]n; dbjpbrluiiily; lip ,-show their bw'ni, projecj,'; and see • other Jnember's projects pn the; touts Pareh'ts ,anct f ribncts 6f 4-H are invited t6 attend'''the'tours and johvin the fun. . The club tour schedule is as follows — June; 2 — Greenwood Boys— 8';30 a.m., Leander Menke's. June 3 — Fenton Boys — 1:30 p.m., Lloyd Berkland's. .'•' June 4 — Wesley Boys — 8:30 a.m., Sexton Hall. June 5 — Lu Verne Boys - — 1:00. p.m., Town Hall. Lu Verne. j une 6 — Garfield Boys — fi:00 a.m., Ben Anliker's; Swea - Harrison Boys — 8:00 a.m., Reynolds Park, Swea City. June 7 — .Algona Boys 9:30 a.m., Floyd Bode's. . June 8 — Plum Creek Boys — 7:30 a.m., Jerry Raney's. June 9 — Portland Boys — 10:00 a.m. — Tom Lampe's. June 11 — Whittemore Boys— 8:00 a.m.. Joe Loebach's. June 12 — Aggressive L.irls — 1:00 o.m., Lynn Herlzke's: Ram- sev Boys — 10:00 a.m.. Stephen Schiltz' j une 13 — Burt Boys — 8:00 a.m., Lock wood's; Seneca Buvs —;':(in a MI SI-MI- ; r '''M- r i (!:• Creek Hoys - - ""' < '--' June M ~ LdkoLu V.^UL p.m.. Treaarv s, iruin: '_ •1:00 p.m., r\ib(»' " .i a.m. June 2SJ —• &t. .!cr '> ' p.m.. Ted Dill) 1 vl . purluni1> U. 1...K- p. ;' ; . . iutyot activilk. 1 ;: Uii. fiui- -urding to Molr-M i county uAliTiriui) ;-> • ' Scheduled aciivitii.! i'i boy <; short cinin.i' 1 at ,si\ 14-tfi; tUMri'.' ' "up J,;ik<.% ,1-jne 22-2J; live-tin ing workouts .Inly 21', ^1, *.;. i.'uunty demonstration n.'iiU'M July 25; county fair, August 1519. Leaders attending the meelinp Were Clarence Jghansun, Harold Carr, Art Banwart, Gerald Soderberg, Albert Johnson, Luke Me- Guire, Bernard Thilges, Bill Fritz, foe Skow and Harold Lampe. fornla, have a family of two daughters. Mrs Beaver is the former LeAnn Olsen. Wed 40 Years, Thompsons Lone Rock, Honored Lone Rock —Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson were pleasantly surprised when a group of old neighbors and friends from Arm- strong, Swea City and Lectyard and Lone Rock surprised them by honoring their 40th wedding anniversary. Those attending wore Mr A. Parland and Reed, Mr and Mrs Andrew Brones, Mr and Mrs Wendell Ditsworth and family, Mr and Mrs Leo Guerdet, Mr and Mrs Clinton Mart, Mr and Mrs Bud Weise, Mr and Mrs Albert Pavi and John, Mr and Mrs Ed Fitzgerald, Mr and Mrs Jens Madsen and Denny, Miss Neva Thompson, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family and Charles and Howard Thomp- • ' ' ; , : ,;: V _..*;5v.^;« '• ' .; K..' ':-'; '--ViV''' The evening was gjjjertt^ta^f S6o. High pri^eS/go'"'* '^ '**^* £: Thompson and, M low to'Mrs Le6 diHrcTet MZ Farland. A lovely lunch served which was brought *tey the group. The honored' ,c0Upl«? was presented with ', a * lovely' gift. Irvingfon Charged After Two-Car Crash . Charges of failing to have con-; trol of his Vehicle against Roger Batt, after the auto he was struck an auto driyefi: bv Canaday* 41, alsd 6f .— t five miles south ,of Algontt : dn highway 169 at 7i30;frhi. May 20. Deputy Sheriff ?poft; wood who investigated filer! -' : ,$le ehafge. Canaday was.making a left turn off the highway at the time o? the crash. Both autos were 'headed south .prior .to .Canaday's attempted left turn. Damage to the Batt vehicle was estimated at $85, while damage to the other- car ambunted to $150. There were no personal injuries reported •A.- CAV. Dry*, KOSEA «Army: Sgt. Thomas p/ Larseh, 26, .whose wife, Evelyn; lives in Lone Rock, Iowa, recently participated with other personnel from the list Division's 8th Cav- airy in an Army training test in Korea. - ,. •' <• • ; "'"; The test, conducted undef realistic combat condition's to determine the unit's efficiency, involved defensive actions against a ; simulated enemy force. Sergeant Larsen, a clerk in the cavalry's Headquarters company, entered-the Army in 1953 and arrived overseas in'Octpber 1959 on this tour of .duty. He attended Mountain View (Ark.) High School. His parents, Mr and Mrs Thomas Larsen, live in Bancroft. FORT BRAGG, K C..-— Army PVt. deraldE. Manner, son of Mr and Mrs'iHareilct JdMEahsef f Route \ 1, Algona, waS graduated,ifbnv the 82d Airborne Eli vision Jump School at Port Bragg, N. C., Apr. 30. :',<:.Y : .', . : *> ' -•>",. "•;'.:'' ••'• Manser received Mr parachut. Jst wings after completing ; four Weeks of intensive gfbtind and aerial training wliJch included fiye parachute jumps, . 'The i8*year»old sbldief entered the Ai'my in October 1959 He was graduated frbm Algona High Schbol irt 1959 and was employed by the John. f.'McGulre' and Company before entering, the Army. " , GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW SF^S^^'^SiSi* Around The Town and Country •in Bradley Bros. South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllllllW jKlipl y&'-,''"i jgv^Z&r^^ " y-jiiMiiSiiK^ j^e;s v^::^-K&&mi^^ >^HlMMfc»ii»iii^." i i y^m^f^SM^Afl^myM^'MMii-\ New laea - Oliver Ma»»ey-Harrti Mlln-Chnlmerii . CMC fruclw FlreBlone Tiros lif •'-' ? ii4 JlffK^s^i Kelley Lumber Co. Out Business Is Building" |fir5il*fe •;«J-'5&;%1"^ x.^^fi'&MJ-ysIm ^•^^^^'S-ffs^mh SfHif iuiSdis?ei Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints pR*»V v/ ft-"S?W';M : ';- : ' lA-" •-"''"- ^ -" f- : '- :''>"- r .' ; ''••:•*•' W^^^^^&^^:^^Kl^^^: l^#:;> s v£">1^ K^^SWM^^&i^W^MJB&^^^^i I ' '' 'B!Sliftai^« ? liifff , „.,„ ,H-MlMllSi«™^ • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT We Aim to Please Near Milwaukee Depot - Algona •HIM asfe K Judg- MILL WORK 1 Builders' Hardware s Tools = SIOUX Tanks & 1 Cribs = N. of Jci. Hwys. § 18 & 169 m Algona - CY 4-4369 g WSSS/M/JEfflZZ'Z Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of H»«dware %K Rev. Blockhus Family Honored By Senecans Seneca — Rev. and Mrs \\n\-Ian Blockhus and family were honored at a congregational dinner recently. A short program was given which consistod of group singing, after, which Melvin Bratrud read scripture and gave a prayc-r. J. H. Jensen then spoke, Mrs Linus Jensen san?; and Henry Loofi presented the Blockhus family with a purse of money as a fare-well gift from the congregation and friends. The Blockhus family will takr a short vacation and nlan to he- gin work in his new field at DCF Moincs June 15. Seneca Stars Andrea Stefanski was hostess to the Seneca Stars 4-11 club During the business ineutint' plans were made for the Mothers breakfast at the Lyle England home. The group also made plans for a Mothers Tea ana Rally Day. Mary England was named alternate to District Camp at Clear Lake. Andrea Stefanski gave a demonstration. Mrs Henry Looft conducted the good grooming contest. Bonnie Crouch was named as the junior better groomed girl and Barbara England as the senior girl. Ernie Williams Machinery & Fine Automobiles John Deere Store — Poniiac - Cadillac John Deere Store on Diagonal St. at CNW Tracki — Phone CY 4-3561 Ponilac - Cadillac Garage tt Showroom on Weil Stale Si. — Phone CY 4-4681 20 Years Of Progress For Algona Flour & Feed • ' < - J ' !fjKv 5 ^' i • ''•''••' 5 .'.-•• Pictured above is Algona Flour and Feed located 6n South Phillips. The company is owned by W. C. Taylor and three sons, and is managed by Mitch T sylor. The company handles feed, seed, fertilizers. farm machinery, hardware and garden supplies. Services featured here are bulk spreading fertilizers, farm machinery repair and parts, and is a complsie .garden center. Mrs Elaine Simmons Is employed here as secretary and bookkeeper: A. R. Willrett, Kenneih Seely and Art Schroeder are employed, here also. The company has progressed a great deal since 20 years ago. when Algona Flour arid Feed began as jusl.an office in the back-of the building which then housed farm machinery, wilh just W. C. Taylor and his wife handling the business. Today, having just been remodeled in April of this year, Algona Flour and Feed is pnfc of Algona's pusianding business firms, proving itself an asset to this community. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Housewarei Tools Bldg. Supplies CY 4-4630 ALGONA IIIUIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllM ona Floor & Feed Alg Complete Service For the Farmei Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service D H NAUVIflU BCA Freexeri k Alr-Condiilonere Phone CY 4-3501 Algona Mr and Mrs Raymond Bcrgum had their infant daughter, Junis Kay, baptized at the Blakjoi- Lutheran church recently. Mr and Mrs Art Bergum were sponsors. Mrs Virgil Gardner spent a day at Cedar Falls visiting old friends and schoolmates. Donald Hanisch was a member of the confirmation class confirmed at the Methodist church at Swea City recently. A breakfast was held that morning at the Legion hall for members of the confirmation class and their parents. Mr and Mrs Dick Looft of Des Moines were recent weekend visitors at the Henry Looft home. Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen were guests at the Edward Mitchell home, Fenton, honoring Joanne Mitchell a member of the graduating class of Sentral high gchool-, . jj.Mf $r$ Mips (Jfyu'y^fver!jif-ft tfce J p,ar<jhts of a •leavers,, who no !" •':,.-*. Algona Refrigeration REFRIGERATION - TELEVISION !'5':Jw53&SA&2ft£S PHJLCO Heirlgeratorf Freezer* Television Range* Radio* Ali-Condltlonlng k Commercial Reirlgeratloa Phone CY 4-2833 1 Algona | lUUUUUUllUlltlllllllllUlllllllllllllUlllBul • Sargent Feed* • Fertiliser • New Holland Baler* • Ferguton Tractor* Phone CY 4-2701 g 1 Algona ' = Minnnuuiaiuuuiitiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiag^ '(f! Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papee • Sales • Service • Friendly k Courteous Always N, Main St, Phone CY 4-3451 HERMAN PETERSEN FARM - EAST OF BANCROFT This month's Upper Des Moines Mystery Farm, pictured above, is owned by Herman Petersen of Bancroft. The 240 acre farm is located two and one half miles east of Bancroft. Mrs Peterson (Ida) has lived pn this farm all of her life, It was previously owned by the Nick Sholtes family, parents of Mrs Petersen, one of the first farm families in this area. , The Petersen's do general type'of farming, raising corn, oats, soybeans, alfalfa ajid hay. There have been several changes made on the farm sines the above photo was taken. The house has been modernized, a new crib has been built, and ft new automatic watering system for stock was installed just Ida and Herman Petersen were married in 1936. They are members of St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Mrs Petersen is a member of the Altar Society. Mr Petersen, in his spare time, enjoys hobbies of fishing and bowling. . _ The Upper Des Moines extends congratulations to the Petersen's as progressive Kossutn County farmers. We are. pleased to have thwr farm pictured on this months farm and business page. Taylor Implement Co. and Taylor MERCURY r»ne Cats and » full Jin. «l N.w and Us«d faint 1. f. Ca»e-Merci»ry Kewanee Phone CY 4-aaj Neighborliness Is The Backbone of Good Business In Rural And Urban Areas. Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipp.4 ,To Seive' You Compl.t»ly" UlilD Plumbing Sheet Metal 9w »* Oil Unit* .Pumps Beecher Lane Appliances Tbi rAMOUS NAMES Qro.J y w « In TELEVI8IOM We»ttagbou»t to APPWAMCEI We* Algona And Kossuth Bounty Neighbors Work Together For A Better life,

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