Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 6
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Greetings from Australia Algona Mayor Bill Finn is shown Monday morning as Australian Exchange Student Ian Davison delivers a letter to him from William Sheppard, Mayor of the Municipality ot Burwood, New South Wales, Australia. The opening words of the letter read: "I should like to convey to you, on behalf of the Council and citizens of the Municipality of Burwood, New South Wales, warm greetings and I am particularly happy to be able to extend these greetings through Ian Davison of 5A Jersey Road, Strathfiekl, who lives within this Municipality." The Burwood Mayor went on to express his confidence in Ian and ask the Algona Mayor and Council to "broaden his outlook and improve his knowledge of your country." Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. llllimiMIHIIMIIIHHIIII Four vandalism acts reported over weekend Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst had four cases of vandalism around the counity reported to his office over the weekend. Some of the incidents appeared to be unrelated lie said. The reports included: A break-in at the vacant farm house owned by John Pfeffer four miles cast of Algona. The front door was knocked i» but nothing was reported stolen. Sugar and gravel was reported to have been poured in the gas tank of a tractor owned by Joe Welp of north of Bancroft. Another farm reported tires on some farm equipment at his place were slasihed by a knife or other siharp instruments. A doiscl tractor owned by Les Faber of Algona as driven through a fence and through a corn test plot on the Irvdn Kramer farm northwest of Burt. There was damage to the corn and the radiator of ithe tractor was wrecked when the machine crashed into a large earth mover. llimimillllHIIIIMIIII I IIIIHIIH IIIMIIIIIIIMMIIIIHIIIIHIIHIIIIIIM HUMIIIIIIIIIIII Receives gold key 6—Alf*fl* (I***) f HURS6AY, AUO. If, W7 Society ID!N SHOWf II Ardith Bden, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Ben fiden, **> honored at a bridal dhower Monday evening, August 7 at the Methodist Church in Wesley. Lyndia Krause had charge of the guest book and Mrs. Harold Bode welcomed the guests and served as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Kate Flom made the corsages for the honored guests. Devotions were given by Mrs. Soph us Nelson and Do* Ann Valentine sang a song followed by a reading by Debra Valentine and Mrs. Clinton Bden. Jacki Seebeck and Julie Bode dang a song together and the program was concluded by a duet sung • by Mrs. 'Herman Wilhousen and Mrs. Robert Seefeld. Cheryl Wai- rod was accompanist. Cheranfi Eden -and Sharon Valentine assisted the bride- elect in opening the gifts, while DeAnn and Debra Valentine, Julie Bode, Jacki See v beck and Beverly Wilhousen were gift pages. Lunch was served to' 75 guests. Alice Franzen served punch and Gertrude SQiper poured. Hostesses were Delores Bode, Lucille Carlson, Annie Bden, Laura Bden, Cherann Bden, Kate Flom, Beulah Nelson, Lottie Ringsdorf, Barbara Seefeld, Marion Seebeck, Anna Sohutjer, Gertrude Sleper, Leota Walrod, Viona Wilhous- en, Wilma Wilhousen. Ardith will be married to Gary Thorson at the Methodist Church in Briitt. SCOTT FRASERS VISIT The Scott Frasers, Willow Grove, Penn., came to -Mrs. Elmer Potter's Friday and visited the Clarence Frasers, Jack Frasers, Mary Fraser, Minnie Barker and Mildred Fraser before they left for Des Moines Sunday. They flew to Des Moines last Monday and spent some time in Ames with his cousin, Mrs. Scott Moore, and the Wayne Moores. They went from there to New Providence to spend some time with a Grinnell college friend of Mr. Fraser. They will then go to Yellowstone park, Salt Lake City, and will visit his brother * Fair booth for the blind "Y* » «**> <*» «*• ** This is the booth at the Floral Hall which is being sponsored by the Iowa Commission for the Blind and the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs. Here, the local woman's organization is selling articles made by Iowa blind person? from the Commission for the Blind. Shown above, left to right are: Mrs. J. B. Asa, president of the Algona Woman's club; Mrs. Hazel Lusby, chairman of the sales committee; Mrs. Lester Riter, vice-president of the Algona Woman's club; Shirley Lansing, Mason City, former student at the Commission for the Blind who will, be attending Mount Mercy college in Cedar Rapids ttta fall; Leann Hueston, Jefferson, student at the Commiarton of the Blind; and Mary Ellen Fite, Des Moines, Junior at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Articles for sale include tea towels, table cloths, rugs, ind ironing boards among other items. «»,««.« Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman IHMimtflMHIimiHHMItlMUiniNimtlHmMNHtllflHHIHimt Minn, and Earl Youngs, El Monite, California. FAMILY REUNION A family reunion was held Sunday at the Larry St. John's, Moorland, to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Wilfred St. John, who was visiting from Denver, Colo., and is formerly from Algona. Those (attending were: the Leroy Nelsons, Algona; Floyd Lav- renzes, Burt; Phil Milliards, Fort Dodge; Floyd Mimards, Fort Dodge. The day was spent socially with pdcnickinlg ant' an evening Softball game. POTTER REUNION There was a very small crowd at the annual Potter reunion at Call State Park on Sunday. Out of town people who attended were the Vic Applegates, Ames, Ray Miners and Bill Miners, Dakota City; the Kenneth Potters and two children, Ackley. Bill Miner was elected president for next year and Mrs. Kenneth Potter, secretary. Suzanne LaBarre married in California July 29 CLUB MEETS There were 25 at a meeting of the Kossuth Garden club at Mrs. Montgomery's Monday. The program was by Mrs. McQuiston and Mrs. Byam assisted. Tin Craft Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dold- 'er of Ogden have, for the past six years since Mr. Dolder's retirement began, made tiny piejces of furniture from tin cans. Mrs. Dolder adds the upholstry and finishing touches. From a hobby this has grown into a full time job as Mends and neighbors request special pieces for gilts. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Ferris announce the marriage of Suzanne LaBarre, daughter of Mrs. Ferris and the late Robert C. LaBarre, to John Walton Surges, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John B. Surges, of San Francisco, Calif. The marriage vows were exchanged on July 29 at Carmel, Calif. Michael H. Gates, Tiburon, Calif., a friend of Mr Surges, escorted the bride to the altar. Georgia L. Hafner, a sorority sister, served as maid of honor, and Robert A. Anderson, San Francisco, was best man. Following the ceremony a buffet luncheon was served at the Highlands Inn in Carmel. The bride is a graduate of Iowa State university and affiliated there with Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. The bridegroom received his BA de- degree from San Francisco State college. Both of them teach in the Belmont school district and will make their home at 2030 Alemany Blvd., in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris entertained for the newly married pair on Friday evening, Aug. 11, at the Algona Country club with guests calling from 8 o'clock to 10. . ... , Walter Fraser at Long i^v..^. "- rr\ 1 L a i so a CO usin, Keith Moore. I They will then fly home. ,Mr. f Fraser teaches in a college. He is a son of the late Dr. Walter Frasers, and was born in Corwith, which was one of the I places he visited. Mrs. Fraser | was born in Philadelphia. ATTE NT ION FA R M E R S: Let's get down to facts and leave the IflLL out'oilil' : liinl .. Pictured above is Algona service station owner Chuck Behr as he receives an engraved key chain from Algona high school student council president Rich Black. The gift was an expression of the council's appreciation for use of Mr. Bohr's service station for a car wash which the council sponsored August 5. Profits from the wash will go toward homecoming activities for the high school this year Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman SHIPLER REUNION A Shipler reunion was held Sunday, August 13 at Crystal; Lake, with 104 registering. Those attending from a distance were Cleo Shipler's, Hobbs, N. Mexico, Jimmy SJiiplers, Anaheim, Gaiiif., Mrs. Charles Mittag and five children, Neosho, Mo., Lewis, Shipler, Beloit, Wis., John Traegers, Ankeny, Iowa; Faye Shiplers, Bancroft, Netor.; Everette Shipler, Fairchild, Wis ; France Butcher's, Clitlherall,, Minn.; Mrs. Merle Goff and three children, Mankalo, COMPLETE GRAIN DRYING AND HANDLING SYSTEMS. Matched units provide labor-free bin filling, drying, unloading or transfer capacity. Many types available. PARKER GRAVITY FLOW.BEDS PARKER For fast, easy and safr handling of grain, ear or shelled corn, feeds, bulk fertilizers and solid vegetables. HIMMtllllllMIIMIIIIIIMMIMIIMMMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIi Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark and John are leaving early Friday morning for Milwaukee, Wis., to attend the wedding of their son, Nicki to Christine Gnabasek on Saturday morning. John will be best man for his brother. They will be guests of Mr. Francis Gnabasek. SPARE TIME INCOME Seven to twelve hours weekly spent collecting money and restocking NEW TYPE, high quality, coin operated dispensers in your area can net you excellent income. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2,900 Cash. Investment secured by inventory received. NO SELLING! For Personal interview write; Consumer Corporation of America, 6162 East Mockingbird Lane, Department W, Dallas, Texas 75214. Please include phone number. Tested under actual farm conditions by Iowa State University, and studies made by the universities of Illinois, Ohio State and Purdue, as well as farm bin experience, has proven that the STIRWAYCUTS DRYING TIME MORE THAN HALF! TEST RESULTS PROVE STIRWAY'S VALUE. Iowa State University supervised test was run on two separate farms operated by the same individual, using two 24' bins. A 7V'a H. P. fan and heater were used on the bin with the STTRWAY and a 10 H. P. fan and heater on the bin without the STIRWAY. The following statistics show the results over a year's testing period: r^r^r^r^r^^^ -w •»••»••»••»• -^ -^ FABRIC STYLE SHOW Garments Made of Fabrics from THE CHRISCHILLES STORE 20 MODELS - LARGEST FABRIC SHOW EVER STAGED - PROCEEDS GO TO C D OF A — TICKETS SOLD BY ALL C D OF A MEMBERS AND DIAMOND'S AND CHRISCHILLES, MARK THIS DATE ON YOUR CALENDAR MONDAY EVENING - AUGUST 2 Ul - 8:00 Garrtfin Atiiloriuo-Tickets Only We The CHRISCHILLES STORE TIME Drying & Cooling Rate COST Totnl Po«;t (Electric-Sty for STIRWAY and grain COST PER BUSHEL MOISTURE Cost/point of moisture removed/bu COST REDUCTION Per point of moisture removed by using STIRWAY 7VL-h.p.F&H STIRWAY 10,480 182 Mrs. 57.50 bu/hr. $144.22 44.91 $189.13 $ 2.04 0.0183 cents 6.58% 13.18% 0.00278 cents 13.1% lOh.p.F&H NO STIRWAY 4,720 369 Hri. 12.78 bu/hr. $127.80 70.00 $197.80 0.0418 cents 13.1% 10.8% 0.00320 cents FWBmwB- ^ JIRWAY, |HIWILO,IOWA mmmn^^^* AVAILABLE FOR ALL SIZES AND KINDS OF BINS! t^mm>w*m- ^ JIRWAY, IHIf HUD, IOWA These figures are comparable to results obtained by many STIRWAY owners and private testing facilities. From these statistics and farm experiences, It is concluded: 1. Drying lime — 2Vi times Ulttr using STIRWAY. 2. Over twice as much corn dried using Ihe STIRWAY. 3. Total electrical and fuel bill less with STIRWAY. 4. Very little moisture variation from top to bottom of bin using the STIRWAY. However, you will note the bin without the STIRWAY has a final moisture of 10.8%. For this grain to keep, it had to be dried to this average point. Following the pattern of other tested bins, the top grain moisture would have been 15%% and the bottom grain would have been dried to 6% to arrive at the average of 10.B' 1 !. No. 2 corn sold at less than 15 v; moisture takes a loss on weight. When drying corn to 10.8'; moisture, 2.95 Ibs. per bushel is LOST. lost over $322.00 (4.720 bu. x 2.95 The farm without a STIRWAY actually by over-drying bottom grain in the bin. weight lost x $1.30 market price.) Using these figures, and considering only the average final moisture content ... if the other farm had not used the STIRWAY and had dried 10,480 bu., the results would be: 10,480 bu x 2.95 Ib. weight loss x $1.30 market price, equals over $717.00. This ALONE would MORE THAN pay for a STIRWAY. •m W li B Im B B I Kyle Keith, Phone - Representing STOCKDALE'$ of Iowa Foil* 934*9370

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