The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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Your Choice of "21" — "51" • "61" Pens-. $7. 50 UP ALL CHILDREN'S TOYS Big Selection For Easter. Boys pr Girls —r cars, trucks, dolls, games, novelties. Your Choice. TIMEX ELECTRIC CLOCKS PRICE 'REGULAR $1.98 VALUE BEAPS BEACH SANDALS .For Men — Women — Children Thick, non-slip soles. Perfect for' beach, pool, boating, on house- ware. • , -'" •' \ $1.49 REGULAR $1,79 VA^UE PALMOLIVE Bpu ± RAPID SHAVE SCHICK INJECTOR RAZOR 12 BLADES.. ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1959 VOL. 96 - NO, 12 and f IS til NO by STtt MANN fedHot 01 Mtnhftola Outdoor* Plan Golden Wedding At Burt OUTBOARDS DON'T SCARE FISH — This Is almost, n proven fact, but there arc still a few doubt* ful paddle pushing anglers clinging to the old wives tale that fish and outboard motors don't mix * Several years ago the mallei' was proven scientifically through tesls run on n number of small lakes. On one body of wntcr, anglers fished peacefully with nothing but the chi,rp of frogs to bother them. On the other similar lakes anglers fished with outboards putting by every few minutes. The experiment included changes of the lakes. aHglers, etc., but it could not be proven that the passage of out board motors had any effect on fishing. ) Research has proven, for instance, that lures trolled close behind the boat usually are more effective lhan lures trolled fat back. No concrete evidence is available but it is believed that the moving water of the prop stream attracts fish in the same way that a riffle in a river brings fish to feed. Skin divers have added more credence to the Iheory, Stationed at the bottom of ,a lake or stream, iheir have watched the passage of outboards, ,and the movements of fish. And, their reports Indicate that'jtiore fish are attracted to the moving wake of a boat than are frightened by it. • . . . * + * QUESTION AND ANSWER DEPARTMENT '•— As a special 'feature in this column as-a service to Iowa fish- erme.n we welcome your questions about fjshi'ng in Minnesota. For every question answered in 'this column the fisherman asking ithe question will receive a selection of spinning or casting lures. JAddress your questions to this pa- jbej or to Stu.Mjmnji31.21 Univer- IsftyVAvenue Southeast; ' Mlhnjsa- polis 14, Minnesota. , , * * * THE SUNFISH FAMILY — Sport fishing '* the United States is a two billion dollar a year industry .. .'and when you Mr and Mrs Oliver A. Campney will observe ilnir Golden Woddlng Anniversary with an Operi House nt the Burl Methodist Church on Sunday, April 5th, from 2:30 — 5 p.m. The sons and daughters extend an invitation to nil relatives: and friends to greet them at that time. Oliver Campney and Mabel Thompson were married ut the Alex.Thpmpson home near Plover, Iowa on March 31, 1909 by the Rev. W. H. Lease. They funned in that community until 1935 when they moved to a farm northwest of Algona. In 1947 they retired arid moved to their present home in Burt. There arc four children: Walter, Beulah (Mrs Fred Davis), both of Burt; Harold, Claric6( (Mrs John Buschcr) both of lowu Falls; 11 grand childivn and 1 groat grandson. (Glen Studio foto •— UDM engraving). • * , , . realize that 80 per cent of all fish- ang tackle is sold to fishermen vvho fish for members of the sunfish family you get an idea of how popular these pan fish have become. The sunfish is ' native only to" the North American Continent and consists of 25 recognized species. Eleven of those 'species may be found in Minnesota. . The sunfish. probably .is the ' . . . first fish a l^ltle boy catches'. . . and if you prefer a fly rod, it will give you your biggest thrills no matter how many years you may fish;, • • •', ,i, ^s; 1 • ' - ~ 60th Mr and-Mrs K.'E , . Boyden recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They married in Boyden and all of Plan Expansion At Tyke Elevator The Farmers Co-Opcrative Elevator of Titonka has announced plans for new storage facilities according to John ,Stott, manager. The new structure to be erected east of the present east elevator will be 30 feet wide and 120 feet long. The new building will contain 24 bins and will add about 150,000 bushels of storage to -the'.'existing 328,000 bushels'. ^' Construction will be of al] .wood and.,will~i)0 similar to the 'l_ j . ! 1 _J * . i ._ 11._./ .»~ . -. t J •__ alions can be handled at this time. ' ' Under the ACP plan, the gov r eminent shares with the farmer the cost of establishing needed soil and water conservation prac- dices. For most practices, the government pays at least 50% of the total cost. Ringsted Garage Owner Passes Ringsiod''— '-Carl (Hop) 81., lifelong "resident of Ringsted, ,wood t and.,wilU30 similar to the pas sed awayJast,Friday,,Mas..20, building recently 'ejected- ~m Family services,,.were held at'tfie,' • r ' rs of Min- ft—~«« c>..~x4...tsr«vfK«u»i nr/;*,T«,; r '6. Ibbersdn of Mln naapolis will be the contractor. It is planned to use some local jtheirimarried life. CHAN, TRIM, UNCIUTTERID ClASSIC UMSS The headhouse on the existing east elevator will undergo some changes. 16 cars of lumber havo already, been unloaded near the sight of the proposed building, and construction will start as soon as possible. Still Funds For Soil Conservation Funds are. still available to share the cost of carrying out certain soil and water conseri'a- tion practices on farms in Kossuth county, it was reported this week by Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the county ASC Committee. He said the committee has already received and approved many requests for ACP cost- sharing work to be carried out this spring and that more appli- Thomas Funeral morning and church ''services at- 2 p.m. at the St. Paul's-Lutheran ,' church at Ringsted. Rev. Georga Pallesen officiating. ' Burial was in the St. Paul's cemetery. Carl Jdhn Fink was born' August 11, 1897 and he has lived here all his life. He and his brother Al operated the Fink i Brothers garage for the last 36 years. Survivors are his widow ,and three daughters, Mrs Harold (Janice) Handevidt of Sherburn, Minn.; Mrs Dean (Delores) Anderson of Jackson, Minn.: 'and Mrs Morris (Marilyn) Joh,annesen of Swea City, Iowa.', Also surviving are his brother Alfred of Ringsted and a sister, Mrs Ralph, Jensen of Mankato, Minn. MUMPS "Tinker" a Mexican Chihuahua of the Vernon 'Leppers of Clear Lake is recovering from a case of the mumps. It-is thought that the dog contacted the mump? from the three Lepper children ( VrViJa 1 ' \?4 ?j GENUINE WOOD CABINET TI1E UHAKI 1 :, Model C2249. 21' overall diag. niea*. -62 sq. in. rci-tansular picture area. In Walnut \cncc-ia und lianluooj solids, or Honduras Mahogany MMICIT* and lianlwood solids onfllinrry veneers anci hardwood •olids. Casters. 33" high, 33!i" wide, 18^" deep, 1 $379.95 LESS SERVICE ' HEAPACHES NO PRODUCTION — *+* SHORTCUTS f NO PRINTED , CIRCUITS In tht .'{' HANOCRAFTID CHASSIS ' SPEAKERS EXTRA VALUE FEATURES • lii.OOO volt* of iiifturc ()O»IT • Two •!" N 6" Speakers • SUuttliiuu I'icliuo Tube <g> t C'.iuukns 1'icturo ,1 f Tone Control SpoUile Dial Kiglu I'i'wiil Top Tuning PuH-1'ush, On/Off Control Ku»y Out Picture Kossuth Radio MILTON DAHL 314 f, State Phone CY 4-4651 A r*pj>Knt> band of gfonrfrig pfttfmi glowing translucence of sculptured ivory r Weatfierltf heirloom artistry and modem place setting W8.9S, • • ^•••f^TO! r , -- ^"r'K*«".V

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