The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1959
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Ins 9-Day ' J '' < ' f-sf ia's ftamed the Kosaulh * ft«e trip to Wash I*~A^- v-v"""- contest was f-fp&nsored by the Iowa Rural »iF Cooperative Assodatiotf v . «. the , -Humboldt County RjE.C, ?1 of 'Humboldt sponsoring the con- Uest m Humboldt and Kossuth £ bounties. The contest wag open i to all high school juniors in the A.two counties <MisS>Rachael Lind^Sij.'n Kumfcold 1 was the Hunv ,|,boldt County winner. ' •- f < -The girls, with winners' from Prescriptions Are 1 / ;-• Oyr'Primaty Concern . . . , . Helen Hikes IOWA PlSHEftMEN IMPORTANT fO MINNESOTA!! RAPIDS, MINN ~ Altho tourists poured more than $2 mitlloft- into 19 Minnesota last summer, a compre- over the state, will leave Moines on June 13 fof a nine-day, all expense paid tfip to Washington, D. C, In Washington they will visit the Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Washington's Monument, NKECA Building, The Bu» reau of Standards, and many other place! of interest. Brenda is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Oswald Thilges of rural Algona. Prescriptions Take The Highest Priority In This Store No matter whether the prescription you bring in is a remedy to relieve baby's first tooth troubles — or a "miracle"'drug to combat a more serious illness, our prescription department will give you the promptest possible service always; Your prescription comes first here. THUENTt • PHARMACY ? CY 4-2528 INTEGRITY • SERVICE • SAFETY WORLD'S flRSI (HEIGHT ROTARY MOWER ALL NEW 11* SELP-PROPILUD Hfiffite Ixclusive new 6-»peed diw driw • adapts to all lawn conditions— lets you mow smooth and easy on flat ground, up hills, through weeds, near trees, tnywhtni Hew quick wheel adjuetnenH ghm yo« as many as S different ctittJdf heights, from V to 3^", .' with famous HOMKO Flexor I Oiat prevents costly crankshaft. itamage, new stand-up safety starting, rugged Briggs & Strata* I h.p. engine. All steel constraetel •nd reinforced, leaf mulcber M Askforafw frmonstrathn today «t CULLEN ^Wapr JJS&, *" ^WB^ ^^^^W ^^^^J W ^p HARDWARE Rural Carriers Are Hosts To Supervisors Wednesday evening, May 13, the rural mail carriers k \.of Kossuth County and 'b'f Bode an'<5 Livermore entertained the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors at a dinner meeting at the Johnson House in Algona. ^any common problems were discussed, .such as 'snow removal, weed problems, location of mail boxes and many other items. ' It was felt by all in.attendance that some very good things can 'come of sessions such as .this where- each group can explain their ideas, to the other. May is the month that is set aside each year for -mail box clean-up time by the Post Office •Department. The" following few items are things to remember' when you wish to make your mail box,appearance better. Put the post back far; enough from the road so that; it will not interfere with snow blade. Put a substantial ''arm out. -from the post with "a strong brace to, the rear of the post sufficiently strong to hold box in ,place so the car- Tier can service your box easily and efficiently. '(>,. '* Check with your postal officials or the carrier on your,.route as to the correct position. • It? is the postal patron's responsibility to keep'the approach to his box clear of snow,,and deep ruts. '" •,' Those who took- part in this second annual affair were Supervisors. Sorenson. Kollasch, Newel and Plathe.' Also those of' the carriers in attendance were M. O. Glvens, Chm.; Pat McGuire, State Pres. Iowa Rural -Letter Carriers, Burt, Earl ; Berg; Dick, Berg, Steenhard, Hartman, '""'•' Hensley, Montgomery, Straley, all of Kossuth county .as McGee of Hensive,.survey shdws that much must be done to keep Minnesota's tourist industry as an important product. The survey, directed by Dr. Richard O, Sielaff of the University of Minnesota Duluth Brancln and financed by the Minnesota Iron Ranges Resources and Rehabilitation Commission, brought forth many interesting facts 77.7 of the' tourists rated the Beauty of Minnesota's scehery as the most excellent experience of their trip. 66.5 rated the courtesy of resort employees as excellent. 51.4 rated-as excellent the service at the resorts. These were the three top rated items. -, * * * HERE'S WHERE WEAKNESSES ARE — Less than 15 per cent of tho tourists were impressed with: The quality of food at places other..than resorts ..Swimming facilities . Pishing laws Children's recreational facilities Adult .'Recreational facilities. Those subjects which 'rated low in a 1948 survey still rate low in 1958. * . * * PURPOSE OF TRAVEL IN 19 MINNESOTA COUNTIES The Mly meeting of Court Cecelia, CO.AV Wife ,held J , 14, at iMtW.ftWjlHall. About 80> were present The Court vol« ed 16 present fl dteck for $1600 ttt Msgr. Gearen to be used to fur' nish tho office in the new addition to St. Cecelia's Academy. A donation of $50 wak given to the "Madonna Plan.*' ahd a gift of $50 was given to .Father Jerorru Degen, whose recently mother, ordained, ane Mrs Eliatabeth Degon is a member ot Court St. Cecelia. Gifts of $10 each w.cro § lven to Sister Mary Herman tmc ister Mary Russell James, wh6 will be professed as Sisters of thO Presentation, at Mt. Loretto in Dubuque in August. Their moth era, Mrs Elizabeth Platt and -Mfs Ifcrtha Hardffrove are also ""*9 of this Court. Irene Nitohais was winner of we door prize. r officers for the eomlnfl ygfer were elected. Helen Mlk<* WW succeed Violet aiascr as gand Regent. Other officers ml\ bo: Vice Regent, Donna Hoethler; Prophetes*; Elisabeth tgen; Lecturer, Jonn Licktelg; in. Secy, Barbara Detrick; Trees, Oftn Mertz; Historian, Leonorti kinsey; Monitor, Janice Altttmn; |6ntincl, Alice Pox; Organist tosalic McFarland; Trustees, Vio* l« Glaser and Rosalia Eisfinbnrlh Lunch was served by the Committee: Anna Courtney, Lorenn Fndcrcs, Helen Harrison, Gone Vjeye Goccke, Arleno Hood, Mnud Kohlhnns, Doris McEvoy am Helen Miller. ; Tho nnnunl May Breakfast Sponsored by Court St. Cceelia was held at tho Academy May 3. Ncnrly 100 members and their families were present. Msgr. Qcaren nnd the Pocdry Awnrd winners from St. Cecelia's Academy wore special guests. Awards were presented to Jonn Flynn, Julio Elbert, Dirk Hanson, Rot bfert Goecke, Elaine Bruch, Mary Livermore and Bode. Joe Sinnwell of Beef Producers To Tour Juiie 1; The annual tour of the Kossuth County Beef Producer's Association is scheduled for Monday, June 1, starting at 1:30 p.m.- at the Vern Wenger farm 5 J /4 miles south of Titonka on blacktop 224; according . to Dean- L. Barnes, Kossuth County Extension Director. He and Don 'Budlong, Titonka, association president,, have arranged the tour. Dale Hull, Extension Agriculture Engineer, and.Wm. Zmolek, Extension Beef Cattle, Specialist, both from Iowa State College, will be on hand to 'give shor.t talks and answer questions! '' Two - stops will make up the tour. The first at Wenger's farm and the'second at Hiram Boeck- holfs farm, 4 miles west of Titonka, At the Wenger farm a remodeled horse barn now used for cattle will be featured. The farm has four feed lots with self- feeders and a capacity for -feeding ut up to 1500 head'of cattle each ear. Unloading wagons are used o mix the ration fed and put it nto the selfrfeeders. There is a otal of 15,000 sq, ft, of concrete used at this farm. This whole arm (320 acres) is operated pretty much as a one man unit, • ' At Hiram BoeckhoR's farm, operated by his sons', Harley and Alvin, a remodeled horse ibarn for cattle feeding will be featured,, They have recently erected two harvester silos aad are using push jetton feeding augers over the' feed bunks,,. They are feeding high moisture corn to 14^0 'head of cattle at present, Their' cattle feeding set up i§ the latest in automation push bu^n- type ,q| operation- The'y ha.vp a new self-propelled wijujrowerrcrus •which they plan to use this year which they will shw- Free coffee an$ doughnuts be served miclway in the after- Boon's program," * • PURPOSES Rest & Relaxation —55.4% Hunting & Fishing — 43.7% - Sightseeing —' 10.8 % Visit Friends & Relatives — 5.2% Escape Heat in Another Area — 3.1% j ' Other Reasons Not Designated — 2.6% Enroute to Another State — 2.4% Business Reasons — 2.1%' Secure Hay Fever Relief — 1.0% Health — .9% Attend Schools'— .5% Visit Children in. Camps — .4% Of all of the tourists who visited the 19 counties covered 'by •the survey, . 29:5% came from Minnesota '... 20.1% came from Illinois and 17.9% came from Iowa. Other states dn order were Indiana,- Missouri, Nebraska, ' Kansas,, Ohio, Canada; Wis consin, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota.," All other states supplies but 4.9% of the travelers.--, * i * *. Jack Ladner, sports editor of the Red Wing Republican .Eagle, reports varied results when the walleye season opened on the Mississippi. ''Scores of limit catches of walleyes were reported by noon the opening Saturday. Many fished right in Red Wing's 'front yard.' Catches of white bass also were reported. Fishing was spotty in Lake Pepin, but fish were caught.... mostly sandpike and some walleyes hitting four pounds. , It appeared that the opening was the best in recent years." Silver Wedding For Bode Couple Mr and Mrs Floyd Torgerson, Bode, will have Open House Tuesday, June 9, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Olaf Lutheran Church Parlor at Bode in honor' of their Silver Wedding Anniversary. A . pfo- gram will begin at 8:30 p.m. A cordial invitation is extended to all relatives 'and friends. Before &ey ajg,married to know }f there i§ a in their fyture ™ aftenwd v/a#t (to know if there is a future in their man, T Ttoe Firefighter Now you Know! , The answer to, everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION; If my job takes me temporarily to a different town and I moye my family with me will my comprehensive personal liability insurance still be in force or should I take out a new policy? s , ANSWER; Your insurance will j>e in force at your temporary home. * If you'll address ypur own insurance questions |o this of> ffce, wt'lJ tyy tq giye yeu the cojrect answer? and there will be no pharg* or obllgalion of ftny kind, t, S, BOHANNON 9 N. DodgQ CY 4*4443 s FOR HOME AND YARD wfrite and madymixwd body CULLEN HARDWARE TRAY TABLE SET CAt-DAK Regular 14.95 8.88 6 PLASTIC TUMBLERS B«j»loi 1.29 88c t .'! ?*£ ! Vf. -V'i »r W ,> ,i GALVANIZED PAIL Regular 1.05 59t PRESSURE COOKER MIRRO'MATiC 4 QUART PRESSED ALUMINUM Regular 14.95 8.88 ALGONA, IOWA PITTSBURGH PAINTS hundreds of for home decoration : ""~ i PITTSBURGH PAINTS 24 inch BARBECUE GRILL BIG BOY Regular 27.95 19.98 GARBAGE CAN 20 GALLON Regular 3.9.8 2,79 PLUS Picnic - Camping - Fishing EQUIPMENT PICNIC JUGS From $2.49 Up PICNIC BASKETS From $2.98 Up BAR-B-QUE GRILLS From SLEEPING BAGS GLASS FISHING RODS $2.49 Up CASTING REELS $1.59Up SPINNING REELS ....$6.66 Up MINNOW PAILS $1.49Up FOAM RUBBER TRACTOR SEATS $3.49

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