The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1967 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1967
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|MIIIIIHIIIIIH»ill!IIIIH!nilll!!»lliniM I AROUND ALGONA ^iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniitiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniim BY RUTH SHIERK MRS. MELVIN BOURNE attended the state conference of the D.A.R. as a delegate from the Algona chapter. The conference was held at Waterloo from Thursday through Saturday. Mrs. Bourne is the northwest Iowa district director. CONNIE CASSEL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel and a student at Clarke College, Dubuque, arrived Friday to spend her Easter vacation with her parents. Michelle, a student at St. Teresa's, Winona, Minn., arrived yesterday. GLENN BUCHANAN, student at Iowa University, Iowa City, and Greg, student at Grinnell College, are spending their Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan. MR. AND MRS. Donald Ferris, Brian and Mark left today for Cherokee Village, Ark. to spend Easter. They plan to return Monday. MRS. CRAIG SMITH entertained her sewing club Monday evening. There are 12 members in the group. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark for Easter will be their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires and daughter, Wendy, of Marion. MIKE SMITH, student at St. Mary's at Winona, Minn., arrived Tuesday to spend Easter with his family, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith. Their son, Bob, student at Iowa University, arrived yesterday to spend his vacation with his family. DR. AND MRS. John Schutter will go tomorrow to get their son, John, student at Cornell College at Mt. Vernon, and their daughter, Peg, student at Iowa University, Friday. The students will spend their Easter vacation with their family. London Fog any-weather coats ... treated with fabric tluorldlzer Londort Fog cotu ... til* answer lo my wtithtr, Tailored in witcr rfpcllmt C«U- hrc Cloth of blended 6J% Dncton* polymer, J5% «*• ion ... treited with ZEPEL fabric (luoridizet to iiuun rain ind Klin repclltncy. Showrt here, juit two favo- London Fog cliiiici. Ivory, nivy or lutunl. Pf> tit* 4 to H, miiNi 10 ce ' "The Duchess Maincoat," serene in the look of utter simplicity, superbly adaptable. Navy and natural. With warm zip-in lining, S80. EMMETSBURG LUVERNE AMERICAN LEGION COMMUNITY DAY SALE Saturday, March 25,1%7 -12:30 P.M. MACHINERY International Endgate Seeder 42 wide type John Deere Eleva- John Deere Speed Jack tor on rubber. We can use Grill for Ford Tractor machinery of any kind you Belt Pulley for 8W Ford wish to consign. FURNITURE Kitchen Table Other items being listed daily. Chairs Please do not bring the furniture Gas Camping Stove until the morning of the sale. MISCELLANEOUS Chain Saw Lawn Fertilizer Spreader 200 bales of Corn Stocks 2-600X 16 Tire Rims Fishing Tackle Used Lumber 4 Alum St. Sash 32"w x 58"! 3 Alum St. Sash 32" wx 54"! Copper Piping Used Doors We can use more miscellaneous items. Just bring them in Sat. ANTIQUES — Swivel Chair. We need more antique items. Consignments Welcome TERMS: CASH. Not responsible for accidents. No property lo be removed until settled for. All guarantees are between buyer and seller. AMERICAN LEGION ERNEST MERKLE POST NO. 664 LuVerne, Iowa P.S. In Case of bad weather the sale will be postponed until April 1st. Ronald Peck & Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers, Algona, Iowa DR. AND MRS. Melvin Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain,Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and children, Clarence Maland of Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes, Mason City, will have dinner at the Country Club Easter. Mrs. Naudain is an aunt of Mrs. Bourne and Mr. Maland is her uncle. MR. AND MRS. William Steele will go to Cedar Falls tomorrow and bring back their daughter, Sally, student at State College of Iowa. She will spend her Easter vacation with her family. SHEILA SULLIVAN of Minneapolis will arrive to spend the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Wad«J Sullivan. They will be joined for Easter dinner by Mrs. Sullivan's other daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald and little daughter, Heather. MR. AND MRS. Walter Bradley returned Wednesday after abrief vacation at Cape Coral, Fla. Their daughter, Mary Ann, arrived Saturday from St. Paul to spend Easter with her iamily. Their other daughters, Cindy, student at Creighton University, Omaha, and Therese, also of Omaha, will also spend Easter here. MR. AND MRS. Elgin Allen visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen at Hampton last Sunday. The senior Aliens celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary and were guests of the Elgin Aliens at a surprise dinner that evening. MR. AND MRS. J. C. Everds will spend Easter with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Everds and daughter at Allison. MRS. JACK REED and children have returned to their home at Macon, Ga., after attending funeral services for Mrs. Reed's father, John Grotte. The Harold Sundets drove them to Fort Dodge to board a plane for home. Gordon Grotte, Whittier, Cal., is still hospitalized after suffering a heart attack. HOSPITAL NEWS MARCH .13 -.Admitted: Flor• ence Beardsley, Algona, medical; dismissed: Irene Elbert and baby, Leonard Elbert, Whlttemore; Merwyn Dimond, Algona; Laura Cutler, Bancroft; Lizzie Glddings, Brett Meister, Burt. MARCH 14 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Larry ,Buscher, Algona, flrl, 7 lb., 10 oz.; admitted: William Wermers, Burt, medical ; Harvey Larson, Lone Rock, medical; dismissed: Maria Wittkopf, Donna Baldwin, Algona; Joseph Murray, Bancroft. MARCH 15-Admitted: Mrs. Ruth Blanchard, Lone Rock, accident; dismissed: Mrs. Irwin Kenne and baby, West Bend; Carl Mayland, Titonka; Wm. Wermers, Burtj Stella Seip,Irvington. MARCH 16-Admitted: Mrs. Feme Krueger, Lone Rock, surgery; Thomas Origer, Bode, T& A; dismissed: Mrs. Anna Menke, Bancroft; Andrew Gollner, Algona. MARCH 17- Admitted: Carl Ludwig, Algona, medical; dismissed: Thomas Origer, Bode; Ollie Roblnault, Martha Mergen, Algona; Lori Lichter, Burt. MARCH 18 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Frankl, Irvington, boy, 9 Ibs., 2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bleich, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 15 1/2 oz.; admitted: Myrtle Sorenson, Sister Shawn Marie, Algona, medical; Darlene Larson, Burt, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Larry Buscher and baby, Algona. MARCH 19 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Schmidt, Lone Rock, girl, 7 Ibs., 6 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Henry Otto, Mrs. Edna Harr, Algona, medical; dismissed: Florence Beardsley, Angeline Gustin, Algona; Anna Ca'yler, Bancroft; Feme Krueger, Lone Rock. MARCH 20 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenkinson, Algona, boy, 9 Ibs.j 5 oz.; admitted: Vera Shlpler, Dean Parrott, Geo. Simon, Algona, medical; Mark Buscher, Algona, surgery. Merriams Host Prairie 4-H The regular meeting of the Prairie Future Farmers was brought to order by President Gerald Askland at the Tom, Mary Rae, and Connie Merriam home on March 13, 1967, Tom Merriam gave a talk on operating farm tractors safely. Mary Rae and Connie Merrian gave a demonstration on electric appliances in nur home and their purpose. Peter Niedzielski Annual 4-H Basketball Tournament Underway Thursday, March 23, 1967 Algona ((a.) Upper Dei Maine*— gave a talk on some fine points of judging. Colleen Niedzielski gave a talk on matching colors and clothing. Wilbur Merriam, swine leader, gave a talk on the care of hogs. Bernard Askeland made tne motion to adjourn the meeting. Adult Class Display Here Set March 28 The adult education classes conducted by the Algona Community School are planning a display and open house Tuesday evening, March 28. Classes and individuals participating in the adult program will have projects and items of interest on exhibit in the basement of the high school annex. Class participants as well as the general public are invited to stop in and observe the accomplishments. Hours for the display will be from 7:15 - 10 p.m. There is no The annual Kossuth County 4-H Basketball Tournament began March 20 at three sites throughout the county, Swea City High School, March 20-21; LuVerne High School, March 27-28 and West Bend High School, March 20, 27. The south championship is March 31. The county championship games will be held at Burt High School April 3, with the north half champs meeting the south half champs. Openers March 20 saw Grant meeting Fenton and Seneca tangling with Greenwood in junior games at Swea City; Union meeting St. Joe and Garfield playing Cresco in junior games at West Bend; while in senior action, Greenwood met the Aggressive Lads and Seneca met Grant at Swea City; and Whlttemore met Garfield and Cresco met Union at West Bend. Four games were to be played at Swea City tonight (Tuesday); with four games at LuVerne Mar. 27 and two more there the following night preceding the south junior and senior championship games at West Bend March 31. charge. Refreshments will be provided. GIVE YOUR FIELDS A BREAK! And, cut your workload in half! A quick trip over your plowed fields with a BRADY Field Cultivator gives you the finest seedbed you've ever known. Why not attach the dolly and planter and do the entire job in one trip? Then, also use it for summer fallowing—stuble mulching—pasture and hayland renovation. You get exact 6" or 9" shank spacmgs and hydraulically adjustable depth control. 3 models, each expandable Si?es from 11VV to 33Vz' wide. BJRADY FIELD CULTIVATORS See them today at: BUSCHERBROS. IMPLEMENT ALGONA Spring time is suit time I The season of newness and freshness applies to the modern man's wardrobe. The Hub Clothiers is displaying an outstanding group of new spring suits — both contemporary and traditional models. Choice of the new two-button or three-button styles in a wide selection of fabrics and patterns. Dacron polyester and wool blends, all- wool worsteds, iridescents and many other fresh spring fabrics. $45 to $85 for a sporting spring. .. The latest shades for spring and summer sport coats are at the Hub Clothiers in solids, patterns and plaids. A sharp variety of styles and fabrics to fit every fashion-minded man. Regulars, shorts and longs — perfect for a sporting spring and summer season. from $29.95 -i LEUTHjOLDmilAMS ALGONA,IOWA ,

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