VWAiWA^VWWWW^^ f+ m j f f* t f Around Algona Senfro/p/oyFr/rfoy (l*wa) by ONIITA OIOR1KSIN Phdfit 295.266S Mr. and Mrs. Retort Bannett and family were visited by the former's mother, of Ottumwa, Saturday and Sunday a.m. The Bennetts drove to Des Moines Sunday afternoon to see Lee Worley, father of Mrs. Bennett, patient at the Veterans hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Leon E. Marton drove to Goldfield Sunday to celebrate the 91st birthday of the former's aunt, Anna Hagemeister, who lives alone in her home. ''• Mrs. Albin Spongberg, former Algona woman, has been ait Davenport for the past two months with her son Vernon and his wife and may accompany them to North Carolina about the middle of November to visit their son Jack and family for a couple of weeks. Rev. William Noland took his wife to Fort Dodge on Wednesday of last week and she flaw from there to Burlingame, Calif., where sihe is spending a week or more wiith the daughter Beja and assisting with her plans for a wedding early nexlt year. Meantime, the minister is in Iowa City this week for a general physical check-up. Den Clapsaddl* is leaving today for Fort Dix, N. J., eri- route to an assignment in Germany. He is in Army Automotive maintenance and had been home on 1 leave RCA VICTOR FM/AM PERSONAL PORTABLE RADIO • New miniature plastic • case that looks like a camera • Complete with earphone and battery • Slide-rule vernier tuning • Unique pull-push on-off design • Built-in FM and AM antennas OUR PRICE TOM'S RADIO ft TV 'RCA SALES & SERVICE" ALGONA from Fort Ord, Calif. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Olapsaddle, St., of the Acreage Motel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove and- daughter Virginia drove to Storm Lake Saturday to attend Parents' Day at Buena Vista College where •their older daughter Kitty, Is •a sophomore. Charles' brother, Jerry Hard grove of Toledo, has been again hospitalized at Marshalltown for a back injury and then developed a mild case of pneumonia from which he is recovering. Mrs. Frank Zender moved yesterday into one of the Martin apartments vacated a few weeks ago by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw who moved to Salt Lake City. Mrs. Zender had been living downtown in the apartmenlt formerly occupied by Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. George Scuffham was accompanied by Mrs. Martha Albright when she went to Mason City on Tuesday of last week for a check-up at the Park Clinic, where she'd had surgery some weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Scuffham, their daughter Janet, and Leaiwi Helmers went to Ruthven on Friday to spend the day with the Frank Klines of Boone, who were closing their trailer on Lost Island Lake for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan went to Iowa City Saturday and spent the weekend with the latter's sister and her husband, the Tom Shellys. They 1 went with Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen who also visited at the home of a sister and all saw the lowarPut- due game. They drove' home late Sunday. The Algonans were joined at Iowa City by 'Che Terry McGuires, who we living in their trailer at Vmton for a time. Fanton — Pictured are Bob Bierle, Joline Gangsted and Lennie Hassel in a scene from the Junior class play to be given at Sentral this week Friday. It is a mystery-comedy. IIMMHtMHMIHMIItllMIMlMllllltllt<MMHIMMMtlMMtimf1,H*HHI)mHIHUHHMIMINIIHHIHIH1l1IHmHlfmfn Corps School before re-assignment. Thomas is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jenk- inison. Dr. and Mr*. Leroy Strohman flow from Mason City on Saturday to Washington, D. C., to attend the annual convention of the America:i Dental Association and returned late Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Stebritz remained with 'the Strohman children during their absence. Also at 'the convention was Dr. Karl 'Hoffman who was one of seventeen, Iowa dentists lo be •awardsd life memberships in the Association, Another was Dr. Arthur L. Dittmer of Thornton, a former Kossuth County man and a brother of Mrs. Albert Granzow, and the 'Misses Josephine and Emma Dittmer. The certificates are awarded to dentists who have been members of district, and national societies for 35 years. The William Tordoff's son, William Junior, flew froni Cleveland Saturday via Minneapolis and Canada to London where lie will spend four weeks for his company, Archer Daniel Midland, and will also go to Italy and to Paris 'baflore returning to .the States. His wife and baby are remaining with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Korver, at Orange City for two Weeks, and will tlhen come to Algona to be with the William Tor- doffs senior, until his return. They live in Cleveland, Ohio. Thomas L. Gatton, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gaitlton, of Sexton, returned on Oct. 23 to San Diego Naval Base where he had completed his boot training before coming home on leave. He will now spend 16 weeks in Medical Mr. and Mrs. Peter Arend, Mr. and 'Mrs. Mike Arend, Rose Arend and Christine Arend left a week ago Monday to drive to Virden, Manitoba, Canada, to attend the funeral on Wednesday of Fred Studer whose widow is the former Barbara Arend. The deceased is adso survived by seven Children all of whom live in Canada. The lowans returned home on Saturday. Mrs. R. W. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Lottie Wheeler, died on Wednesday of last week at the Health Center of Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. She was 89, had lived at the Haven for six years, going there from Webster City, and had been cared for in the Health Center since December. Her funeral was iheld Saturday afternoon at Webster City. Anderson's son Roger flew from Lexington, Nebr., for the service, which was also atttended by ithe R. W. Andersons, their son Jerry's family, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolcott, and the Wade Hansons, of Algona. On Monday the R. W. Andersons drove to Lexington taking their son Roger back and are remaining with his family most of this week. Earl Hutchison of Fort Myers, Florida has visited his s'is'ter, Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler and other relatives in this area. He was accompanied from Waterloo by his sister An law, Mrs. Rea Hutchison who returned home Sunday while . Earl remained here. He will visit sisters at Des Moines and Kansas City before going back to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crawford returned Sunday morning from. Cedar Rapids where they had gone for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jensen, and with whom 'they attended the Iowa-Purdue game at Iowa City. Mr. Jensen is president of Life Investors Insurance for whom Mr. Crawford works. Enroute /to Cedar Rapids, the Crawfords spent Friday night at 'Independence with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Lenz, who Werfe formerly neighbors in Algona. Mr. Lenz is still with the Case Company and the family recently built a new home at Independence. Their daughter Meridee, alter a year of college, joined the Women's Marine Corps and was sta- 'tioned in South Carolina for three years. She received her discharge and is now again in college, a sophomore. Jeff, the skwir, is in junior high school. MMIMMMIMMMMM Lone Rock Linda O'Donnetl, daughter of the Dick O'DonneUs, spent the weekend with her par* ents. Linda is attending La James Beauty School in'Ma- son City. The Allah Cornwelis spent the weekend with her parents, the Gene Harsons. The Kermit Kruegers, Bill Lint, St. Paul, were Weekend visitors at Alf Krueger's. They were all guests of the Meflvin Meyers, Swea Ctty Sunday for the baptism of the-'r infant son Michail Lee. Other guests of the Melvin Meyers were the Arnold Meyers, Wayne Meyers and Pam, Algona. The Wayne Meyers were the baby's sponsors. Weekend guests at E. A. Lee's were their son Mike and two of his college friends, Paul Stedmers, Muiskeigon, Midi.; Bill Lehman, Revey, Wis. Sunday they celebrated Mike's birthday. Other guests were the Raymond Neswolds, Britt. Mrs. Leslie Baxter is home after a weeks recuperation at her daughter, the Don Dammanns, E s t h e r v i 11 e, Where she went after she was dismissed from the Emmetsburg hospital where she had been a patient for ten days. The Baxters were Sunday guests at Dale Baxter's, Algona, for Darrel Dean's 8th birthday. Sunday guests at Alfred Bell's, Whittemore, were the Wayne Bellingers, Bill Elberts, Tammy and Billy. Sunday evening callers ait Wayne Bollinger's were the Norman BoMingers and girls. The Frank Flaigs were Sunday guests of the C. W. Heer- dts, Burt. That afternoon they visited Jim Ackrman, twin brother of Mrs. Flaig, a par Herat at the hospital in Britt. -.»»«, fiminetefeurfc . Sunday gu*fc at Deaft Mrs. Gust Larson fell We* **'* to *r Robyft, nesday it her home in Eagle from Simpson township and broke her fight hip. She Wai going down to the bftftemeftt and turned to «*y something to her ion, Richard, thinkirig she was on 4he bottom step, she stepped off and fell the last three steps. She was admitted to the Fairmont hospital where $he had surgery Thursday. Her room number is 211. The Duane Jensens were Ind- tor" ttie weekend. Richard Johnson, Fairmont, reportedly lost control of his late model Ford Mustang, Saturday night, smashing the vehicle for • total toss four miles west and about a half mile north, of Swea Ctty. Johnson was reported alone and had only cuts and bruises. He was not hospitalized. The Fordes Betgans, St. Minn., visited her , the Walter O'Greens and Mrs. Bergan stayed for a few days. She left fof home Friday. • T*R CONMRINCI The Twin Rivets Community high school witt have par- feribteMhef conferences Friday, Nov. 3. There is preserved in tne 'British Museum an almanac Which dates back 1200 years before the birth of Christ. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brenc* The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Rum'baugh, Lincoln, Npb. were recent guests of Mrs. Rumbaugh's sister, the Chris Feddersons. Recent dinner guests at Art VV. Larson's were her parents, the Ronald Johnsons and Mrs. Elvena Benson and What A Cattle Feeder Says About Nutrena Prescription Feeding "CUT Mr FEED COST 2e PER POUND OF CAM" Prescription Feeding with the Nutrena Prescription Calculator gives feeders Four-way cost control. 1. Predicts how long it will take to gat the amount of gain you're sheeting fer. 2. Produces efficient beef-making power out ef yeur grain and yeur roughage. 3. Estimates for you, in advance, hew much feed it is going to take to get the gains you want. 4. Assures a balanced cattle ration. '$ 1 • • *. J -'' I f. See-us for the newest prescription cattle feeding results from the Nutrena Research Farm. REMEMBER — ALL FEEDS ARE NOT ALIKE — SO ... WHY DON'T YOU FEED NUTRENA • • • • • your neighbor does Cargill Incorporated Algona, Iowa Phone 295-2741 Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen spent the weekend at Des Moines with their son: Roger and the three grandsons whose mother was at Mercy Hospital for surgery last week, but was released on Sunday. Her mother, Mrs. Leo Chapman, flew in from Ke- noslha, Wis. that afternoon to stay with them for a time. You ore invited by the OWA STATE BANK to hoar MR. BILL MAUSER talk about CATTLE FUTURE TRADING HEDGE for the CATTLE FEEDER i I Many relatives came from out of town for the funeral -on Thursday of Myrtle ligh- er, 81, (Mrs. dint). Included welre her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy . Peterson, and their daughter Sharon and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Robinson, all of Humboldt; a nephew, Robert. Ellis, Superior, Wis., and his sister, Mrs. Robert Bliss, Spencer. Another nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ellis, Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Daisy Ellis, Britt and Mrs. Winifred Reeves, Spirit Lake, both nieces with the latter's daughter, Bonnie Forey; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tuschoff, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lighter, Spirit Lake, cousins of the late Mr. Lighter, also his sister, Mrs: Gladys Fan> ning and Mrs. Verlin Jepson, Hartley; Mrs. Grace Webster and Mona Roberts, Spencer; and Mary Lee Rochleau, Mason City, a sister of Mrs. Dwaine Lighter. Monday, Nov. 6,1967 - 7:45 p. m. •t GARRIGAN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM ALGONA, IOWA COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS SERVED AFTER MEETING OWA STATE BANK "AT THE TIME & TEMPERATURE SIGN" ALGONA, IOWA Alias Snow Tiros Slialard Sorvict MIM ORTHO NHa it great for fall farming because it stays where you put it until your crop* nt*4 it ntlt fpring. When toil temperatures are 50' or less, ORTHO NH 3 •ttyi firmly ittached to •Oil particle*. Al the soil warms up in the spring, ammonia changes to Available nitrogen for your cropi You don't have to wait until the busy spring months to make your big nitrogen •pplicttion. Make ORTHO NH 3 , a part of your fall farming program. Next ipring you'll U |l«i you 414. SEE YOUR ORTHO DEALER. CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY 0*THO myj|IO», Ortt>9 W»X, ?«rt of the |rt»t group el Chcvrot ceo>M"lfr t*T»». C«fV*B« PUIO»-»ICISTE«0 T«ADC*Aft«S OH All CHCMICAU. READ OlltCTieHS ANO CAUTigiUS liFOUJ: Uif.
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