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4 ? <fc • — f .-!«,,. * '% T • * "• r ,.-,"••».•?> y 6-Algona Qo.) Upf>»r P(*t Thur^gy, July 16, 1959 Wool Growers Will Vote In September Wool producers will vote in September on a nation-wide referendum on whether or not to continue to finance n market development program for wool and lambs, it was reported this week by R. I. Anderson, chairman of the Kossuth county ASC .committee. The program of advertising, promotion, and rclatwl activitie.'i is carried out under an agreement with the American Shet>}i Producers Council. It, is financed by deductions from wool incentive payments earned by growers under tho national wool program. Tho agreement has been in effect since 1955 and if approved will be continued for another 3 years. Approval re* the favorable vote of producers having two-thirds ot the volume of production represented in the referendum. Tho hew agreement would pro-vide that deductions may not exceed the rates of 1 cent per pound for shorn wool and 5 cents per hundredweight for lambs that have been in effect under the original agreement. The referendum will extend over the entire month of September to make it as easy as possible for all growers to participate. Ballots will be mailed to producers from the county ASC office September 1 nnd may be voted and returned through September 30. At Showing Milton Dahl, operator of Kossuth Ratlin here, returned last week from a showing of the new 1960 Zenith products at Def) Moines. He reports many production changes and improvements in the company's TV, stereophonic and radio divisions in all new lines. The 1900 models will be arriving here soon. Charles Bloom REPRESENTING State Bond & Mortgage Co. 9 Accumulation Certificates • Mutual Funds Broad Street National Investors Whitehall Fund For Free prospectus write or call Chuck at CY 4-2595 BOX 463 Algona Wagner*Berte Wedding Ida E. Wagner became the bride of Joseph A. Berlc in a ceremony June 23 at Sts. Peter and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend. The couple's parents are Mr and Mrs John P. Wagner of West Bend and. Mr and Mrs Joseph Berte, Sr., St. Joe. Father G rev- ing officiated at the double ring ceremony". Cecelia Berte was maid of hort" or and Lorine Berte was bridesmaid. Susan Rohorit was flower girl and Matt Berte ring bearer. Jerry Berte served as best man. Dean Wagner, was groomsman. A dinner-and reception was held at the Johnson House in Algona. Mrs Bernice Rohorit registered the guests, Mrs Lorctta Thilges and Mrs Maxine McGary cut und served the cake. A wedding dance was held in the evening at the "Plantation Ballroom. The bride is a graduate of the West Bend high school and the bridegroom is a graduate of .the St. Joseph's Catholic high school at St, Joe. He farms on his parent's farm near St. Joe, where after a week's honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs 'Berte are at home (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving). r '. i More than 13,500,000 trout are caught,, annually .in Colorado streams and lakes/ WE WANT YOUR GAR EXTRA BIG Trade-In Allowances f Being Offered Now It is our sincere belief that once you h ave driven the new' Chevy, you'll agree: Other new cars seem old fashioned. Come in for a convincing demonstration today. Then drive away in a '59. •^^^.^^^M ^B|P* ••^•P' ^f^jf . ^jp|w ^J^flB ^^^ff S^^B ^^W w ^^W ^»(|||Pr - ^^^W ^^Itljlr ^^^P *HP ^HH^ 1 ^01^^ ^^f JOSS. HALL CY 4-3554 ALGONA HUNTING and FISHING by STU MANN Editor Of Minnesota Outdoor! HOLD ON THERE. LADY.... Recently a female columnist made this dirty crack against us males: "Women may spend money on ha<rs, but they never spend 25 dollars on fishing.tackle to catch a two-bit fish." Look lady, have you ever stopped to think that a "two-bit fish" may be worth more money than a trip to the 'Mayo Clinic, to see if you have ulcers? -All Winter long a fellow does his job. He works hard and. is under constant pressure. He fights traffic to and from work each day. Then comes' spring ... the ice is out of'the lakes, and he knows it's time to go fishing. He packs his twenty five dollars worth of tackle, calls a buddie and -they head for a friendly lake. That night they get to bed early and at 4:30 a.m. they are in a '.boat. The sun is just beginning to rise. The morning "is a thing of beauty. They row along slowly casting toward an inviting shore with likely looking pockets. Suddenly .-.. whoosh . .. a large,mouthed bass strikes. He ,holds a tight line as the four pound beauty comes dancing on its tail toward the'boat. What a thrilU! Sure it's the only fish he gets all morning., But just being .on a lake and seeing a wonderful sunrise is enough to bath tjip human soul. He leaves. \he la|c-e about eight o'clock. He's never been more hungry. He enjoys the best breakfast he's ever had. He is alive again. • „ No lady, there never was a 'two-bit' fish. Fishing i$ a 1 form of worship in the only temple God built with His own hands. * * * CONSERVATION CLUB AT WORK. - ' There are many conservation clubs in the state. Some just have meetings, others have meetings and do some fine work. One such working organization is the Sauk Center Conservation Club, a non-profit organization which is interested in cleaning up the lakes in its area for the benefit faf the entire community. During the later part of June this organization conducted its second annual spraying of Big Sauk and Fairy Lake to kill weeds. The spraying is conducted under the supervision of conservation authorities. BotI} akes have had weed'•'problems and the work of the local conservation club, it is hoped,' will lelp rid the lakes of weeds and ncrease the enjoyment of the waters. Jim Schmidt, the club's president, had this to say* about :he operation: "Every precaution s taken to protect the operators and fish life. Our operators grease their faces, arms,' and hands with petroleum jelly. They wear a stocking type cap, facfe shields, rubber gloves, and are fully clothed so that no skin is exposed." Jim adds,: "Please advice caution even to those experienced in doing this job. Contact the conservation depai'tment befor'j? attempting such an operation."' * . * * ' GOOD CHOICE... I Jerry Liemandt, game warden from Excelsior, is the new assistant director of the fire arms safety program, His appointment by Dr. George Selke became effective on July first. He succeeds Lee Kuluvar.. ENCHANTED ISLAND REPORT Fishing is great at my favoritq island in Lake of the Woods. Ollie Ogdahl reports that small mouth' ed bass are.hitting in fine style, Walleye fishing is great. Ollie has this to say: "AH visitors to ENCHANTED ISLAND have left with their limits of walleyes and northerns since the season open' ed." Four of the successful fish? ermen from Minneapolis were Bob Graves, , Vic Kern, Jerry Carlson and Russ Hoise. x Rural Carriers Have Party AtLedyard Ledyard — The Kossuth County R.L.C.A. had a retirement party Wednesday evening for Ray Stone 1 ,' who has retired at Lu« Verne. A pot luck supper was enjoyed at 6:30 p.m., and a program followed. The LuVerne post office force, present and past, were guests. Mr Stone received gifts from each organization. Rosary Society Meeting The Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart church met July 8. After recitation of tho Rosary'a business meeting was held. 'Mrs Steinberg gave a report and Mrs Sullivan and Mrs Rotterman were appointed to buy needed disHcs Lorraine Trenary and Mrs Lee Qlson were guests. The program was given, by Father Moritag. The ,. .meeting was closed With singing^ Hostesses were Mrs Louis Lappe; Mrs Lawrence Ternes, Mrs Harolc Inglet, Mrs Milton Jorgensort and Mrs Josephine Flynn. At Class Reunion Mrs Verna Thompson of: Ledyard and Mrs Mary Genrich of Lone Rock went to Algona Thursday evening to attend' the 52nd anniversary of the class of 1907 of the LuVerne high school at the Johnson House, A dinner was served.at 5:30. There,w.ere eight in the class,* five o<f whom are still living, Bill Blumer of Florida, Mrs Wm. Christopel. of Kenosha, Wis. ( JPhil Lic'hty of •Lu- Verne, Cora Ross of Humiboldt and Mrs George- Thompson (Verna) of Ledyard. Deceased are Geneva Hannah Swisher; Iowa City, Gertrude Hoff of Sumner, and Fred Genrich, Lone Sock, Su£st9 were rich • 6f Lone Rock, Mrs Phil iMhly ot LuVerne and Florence Hof, . W.3.C.S. Mei ..The W.&XS.S. met at the cttUttrh THursdrfy afternoon with Mrs Fred. Dutlori and Mrs Howard TShoTfipsofi as hostesses. Mrs Harold Wefttwdrth and Mrs £. A. Carpenter were in charge of the pfdgfam, Janice Wentworth read the opening; statement and *Mr3 Ray Wentworth led in prayer. Readings were given by Mrs Togerson, Mrs 'Cecil Pin gel, Mrs Wm. Mather, Mrs Ed Looft, and Mrs .Hazel, Carpenter. The girls chorus sang and a lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs Leon Kessel of Lamoni and Mrs Kessel of Elmore were guests Thursday at the home-of Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth. Mr and Mrs Richard Schmertzler and "Cynthia Sue' returned Tuesday to the D. B. Mayer home after having spent two weeks in West Virginia and Delaware. Francis McDdnald came home Wednesday to spend a furlough with his parents. He has been at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. - '. McCleUan, her daughter, Mr and Mrs Rtehard Denton of San IHego, CaM, concluded their vacation visit here and returned to their home Monday. Mr arid Mrs .Junior Giddings* and son Guy pf Shelton, Conn., fa guests in the home of his par- J r.) flflCl 31»W=* I i»» W* old Woli and family. Mr and Mra Jerry Wetoer and son-Jerry 4r, oi Mankato, Minn, spent thfe July 4 weekend visiting the parent^ Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Weber and Charles. LUVERNE NEWS The Ladies Aid Society of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church held a picnic Thursday at the church. Mrs Lizzie" Bornmel of Fulton, Mo., was a guest. -The entertainment was in .charge' of Mrs Fred'Will, Mrs Louis Wittenburg and Mrs Sylvia Tindall. Kitchen committee were Mrs Lillie O. Hesse, Mrs Herman Schulz and 'Mrs Natalie t Shopman. Mr' and Mrs-'George A. Eggleston and son, Vernon, visited Sunday, in the Allen Thu home in Graettinger. .• • Weekend ^-visitors -in;'the C. O. •McClellan, home were'their son, Mr and Mrs Glen McClellan of Des; Moines, daughters, Mr and Mrs Lyle Powell of Yale and Mrs, Eldon Marty of Waltham, Minn., The Appointment Of DaleLot , Burt, Iowa -'•'''• '•' •••* . .' .,-.<-.. As Sales Representative In This County Kidman's Feeds . } i ••> w 1 Manufactured By i - * . Kidman's Standard Stock Powder Co. Of Des Moines ' Qualify Products For Over 65 Years ' * i - . LI* ' . RIDICULUS!! THIS IS we have- the LARGEST SELECTION of Home Furnishings IN THIS PART OF IOWA •' - ' , .'•"' v- ,• - . .., i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-_^^____ >-— __——_———i^^^—.— We have'a rite 2 bee redikalus on RiDiKaLuS DaiZ! Rescues Woman ; A Livermore flier, Lt. James Berryhill, 26, was pilot of U.S. Air Force helicopter on a rescue mission at Fres'twicjc, Scotland, Monday, — according .to a U.P.I, press dispatch. Berryhill was at. the controls of the craft whicii rescued a dangerously ill woman, from a lonely island off the coast of Scotland. OS'68$ '93H surem II 90 00 m m co N m Ul 0) N D co CO 5 a. - fl You will find ridiculously LOW PRICES EVERYDAY of the year . when it comes to FURNITURE, CARPET & DRAPES WE ARE IT! ' Everyone Likes a BARGAIN - Bjustrom's - Direct From Factory Connection-Is Where You <5et It, Algona FURNITURE 1st, 1925 Terms CY 4-3837

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