The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1967 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1967
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Tomatoes in March! First; Jay Graham isn't 82, he's 92. Second; he's only had one good tomato in his life - that's Clara! WILSON'S FULLY-COOKED, DEFATTED CANNED HAMS 5 Ib. can WILSON'S FULLY COOKED HALF HAM Ib. CENTER SLICES . . . . Ib. 89c WILSON'S CRISPRITE BACON lib. GRADE A LARGE EGGS • it BUTTERTOP POTATO ROLLS PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 3oz. pkg. BORDEN'S WHIPPING CREAM FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 cans MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS lib. pkg. WHY DRIVE FARTHER? SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY BY SHOPPING HERE . . . COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY l< Cardinal Store BURT IOWA 60 Pay Honors To Bride Elect, Burt Church BURT - Frances Ann McDonald, bride of the near future, was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Burt Methodist church on Friday evening. The more than 60 guests attending were registered by Patricia Parsons. Frances and her mother, Mrs. Viola McDonald, were each presented a corsage from the hostesses. Mabeline Lovstad emceed the program that included two vocal selections "The Lilacs are Blooming," and "May The Lord Bless You And Keep You" by Jill Smith, accompanied by Erna Grover; a meditation "A Meal for Life prepared in Heavenly Kitchens" by Esther Hilton and Mabeline Lovstad; and readings by Mrs. Hilton and Mrs. Lovstad. Assisting Frances in opening her many lovely and useful gifts were Susan Lovstad and Jill Smith. Rochelle Sarchet carried the gifts. Refreshments were served from a tea table beautifully decorated in the bride-to-be's chosen colors of yellow, moss green and white. Dorothy Hanna presided at the coffee service. Hostesses were Shirley Lovstad, Vera Schwietert, Marge Lavrenz, Elsie Winters, Benita Mitchell, Ruby Hinckley, Beth Miller, Coradene Parsons, Grace Ackerman, Luella McWhorter, Marilyn Johnson, Genevieve Spry, Myrtle Zwiefel, Helen Schwietert, Thelma Lappe, June Presthus, Arlene Mariow, Betty Jean Miller, Mabeline Lovstad, Esther Hilton, Mary Beth Hamilton, Iva Marie Woltz, Dorothy McFarland, Helen Steward, Eleanor Gardner, Naomi Thompson, Phyllis Wiener, Minerva Curtis and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske. Frances Ann will become the bride of Paul Alken of Carroll at the Burt Methodist church Friday, March 24. Both Miss McDonald and her fiance are students at Morningside College, Sioux City. Eastern Star Initiates Four BURT - Officers of Kossuth Chapter, O.E.S, held ; thelr annual school ol Instruction 'in' the chapter hall Saturday, March 18. A luncheon for the officers and pests was served in the chapter dining room at 11 a. m. School of Instruction began at 12:30 p. m. Afternoon courtesy candidates were Merle and Ruby Richards, Britt, and Luther and Beth Miller. Work was exemplified in the evening during which Mrs. Ruth Trunkhlll, Mrs. Mary Sarchet, Kenneth Sarchet and Earl Stott were initiated Into the Order. Mrs. Peggy Hauswlrth, district instructor, was presented and given a hearty welcome. A fellowship hour followed the evening's meeting and refreshments were served from a beautifully decorated tea table with Junior Past Matron Karen Davies presiding at the coffee service. The refreshment committee were Esther Hilton, Mabeline Lovstad, Gladys Hawcott, Betty Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen. Burt O.E.S. Host To Ceremony BURT - Members of Kossuth Chapter O.E.S. Tuesday night renewed the obligation of the Order In an Impressive ceremony led by Worthy Patron, Clark Miller. It was climaxed with a vocal solo, "I'll Walk With God" by Doris Miller. In business transacted members made final plans for the annual school of instruction which was held on Saturday March 18. A luncheon for officers and guests was held at 11 a.m. with Beth Miller, Ruby Hinckley, Lillian Fredrickson, Barbara Ban- ling, Trella Patterson, Maree Bahnson and Jessie Miller in charge. Mrs, Peggy Hauswirth, Havelock conducted the school in the afternoon and work was exemplified at 8 p.m. in the evening. A delicious lunch followed the evening meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMullen and Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies as hostesses. Both the chapter and dining room were fittingly decorated in the St. Patrick's theme. Burt W.S.C.S. Circles Elect BURT - Circle organizational meetings were held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon. Elected officers to head the W.S.C.S. circles during the 1967- David Weber Of Bancroft To Wed In June SUSAN LEFF Dr. and Mrs. H. 0. Leff of Chowchilla, Cal. wish to announce plans for the June wedding of their daughter, Susan, and David L. Weber, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber of Bancroft. Miss Leff is a graduate of Whitworth College, Spokane, Wash. Mr. Weber is a graduate of Waldorf College, Forest City, and the University of Iowa. Both are currently attending the University of Iowa college of medicine. 68 church year are: Janice Circle - Janice Schaeller, chairman; Benita Mitchell, vice chairman; Toots Hoppus, secretary; and Louise McFarland, treasurer. Visitation Committee - Marlene Davis, chairman; Esther Schroder, Louise McFarland, Ruby Hinckley and Janice Schaeller. Gladys Circle - Gladys Hawcott, chairman; Blanche Long, vice chairman; and Bernadine Opheim, secretary-treasurer. Ivy Circle - Ivy Simmons, chairman; Marian Westling, vice chairman; and Mary Jean Andrews, secretary-treasurer. At the close of the evening's activities, cookies baked by the Home EC. girls and coffee were served by Supt. & Mrs. Cranston and Mrs. Dangelser. Short Sentral Vacation FENTON - There will be no school at Sentral High School, Lone Rock and Fenton grade school Good Friday, Mar. 24, but there will be school, Monday, Mar. 27. It was previously planned not to have school Monday. OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY: Notice Is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, maintain and operate electric transmission line as provided tor In Chapter 489, Code of Iowa, 1962, and amendments hereto, has beenflledbythelowaElectric Light and PowerCompany, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and that said petition sets forth the following as the maximum voltages; starting points, routes and termini of the proposed line : 7200 volts, three phase, delta connected: Beginning at the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter (ME 1/4) of SectionTwenty-three (23), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, thence Southeasterly (SE'ly) on the South margin of an Irregular East- West highway across the North Half (N 1/2) of said Section Twenty-three (23), approximately four-tenths (.4) mile. Objections to the granting of such franchise Docket E-14974 must be In writing and filed In triplicate, with this Commission, no later than 20 days after the date of second publication of this notice, this being the first of two consecutive publications. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Dick A. Witt, Chairman BernardJ. Martin, Commissioner Frank B. Means, Commissioner Docket E-14974 ATTEST : M. L. Kennedy, Secretary Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, March 13, 1967. (23 & 25) Thursday, March 23, 1967 Algeria (lo.) Upper Des Moinw-7 Young, Munger Named As Captains Of Wrestlers Mitch Taylor was elected president of the Algona High School Wrestling Booster Club during the fifth annual banquet held by the organization at the Annex Friday night. Mrs. John Claude was named vice president and Mrs. Floyd Bode, secretary-treasurer, with more than 200 in attendance at the get-together, which was kicked-off with a potluck dinner. Featured speaker was Keith Young, former AHS grapplerwho went on to fame as a national NCAA and AAU champion for three years while at State College of Iowa. He has been wrestling coach at Cedar Falls High School for several years. His topic dealt with the good in participation in high school sports by all boys, no matter what the sport. Chuck Benson, retiring president of the club, presided over the program which featured talks by Coaches Champ Martin, Fritz Nielsen am. Don Camenisch and presentation of letters to varsity grapplers earning them during the past season, which saw the Bulldogs finish second at the State Tournament after compiling a 9-2-1 season dual meet mark. Two seniors, Clint Young, one of the school's State Champions this year, and Larry Munger, a champion a year ago, were named co-captains of the squad. Movies of Clint Young and Steve Claude, Algona's other State Champion this season, which were shot during the State Meet, were shown. JUDY MURPHY, from Westgate Elementary School, Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McGrath and son Mark of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blake and son Anthony of Omaha, will be at the Pat Murphy home for Easter. MRS. ELISABETH DEGEN arrived home after a three month visit with her daughter and son- in-law and family, the Vincent Lombardos, Buena Park, Calif. * JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. ; - ALGONA - ^ YOUR DEALER FOR 4 ^CULTIVATORS f with "ADJUSTO-PITCH"* and "LIVE-LEAF" Shank Action I COVER UP TO V, MORE GROUND WITH YOUR PRESENT POWER I Exclusive "ADJUSTO-PITCH" feature with Live-Action •hanks makes Glencoe the top performing Cultivator in any field—with sweeps or shovels, for any crop or soil. Instant power-impact vibrations set up at the tool point by th« "Live-Leaf" spring action reduces draft and lets you cover more ground fatter and easier. "ADJUSTO-PITCH" allows you to adjust shank angle for maximum performance in any of three working positions. Available also in Mounted and Wing Models to 42'. See our display today! Ask for ^ demonstration. •PiUntid tnd TM el Portable IKvitor Mff. C«, PORTABLE ELEVATOR MFG. CO. Glencoe, Minn. • Bloomington, III. A PUBLIC AUCTION Due to the death of my husband I will sell at public auction all of my personal property on the farm located 4'/2 miles east of Emmetsburg on Highway 18 or 1 Vi miles north and 2 miles west of Cylinder on Saturday Morning, March 25 SALE STARTS AT 9:45 A.M. MACHINERY 1964 4 Star Minneapolis Tractor, wide front end, live PTO, 3 point hitch, low hours, excellent condition; 2 Allis Chalmers WD Tractors, good cond.; Oliver 3-16" Trip bottom High Clearance Plow; Auger to fit bottom of wagon; Minneapolis 12 ft. Tandem Disc; Minneapolis 8 ft. Windrower; 2 Case A-6 Combines; Schultz 4 row Rotary Hoe; 4 Section Drag; John Deere 15 ft. Disc; John Deere Tractor Spreader; Minneapolis Spreader; 2 — 4 wheeled trailers, hoists & flare boxes;. Kewanee 36 ft. narrow type elevator; 250 gal. sprayer comp. with nozzle, like new; John Deere Tractor; Allls Chalmers 7' trail type Mower; Allis Chalmers PTO Rake; Allis Chalmers No. 33 Mounted Corn Picker; Allis Chalmers 4 row Cultivator; 8 ft. Windrower; 11 ft. Spring Tooth Harrow; Lime Spreader; John Deere 2 row Corn Picker, pull type; High Wheeled Wagon with a JD Seeder; High Wheeled Wagon; Minneapolis Moline semi-mtd. 4-row Corn Planter; Trash Wheel. 1965 International, 4 speed % Ion Pickup in excellent condition; 1949 Ford Truck, 1'.is ton. 8' X 10' Brooder House. 150 bales of Hay in barn; 150 bales of Straw in barn. MISCELLANEOUS 2 - 16 ft. Feed Bunks; 2 - Hay Bunks; 2 - Feed Bunks; 10 Cement Hog Troughs; 1 — 2X10 steel Tank for cattle and hogs; 1 — 2X8 Steel Tank for cattle and hogs; 8 ft. X 12 ft. Walk in Hog Feeder; 50 Bushel Round Feeder; Pamline Cattle and Hog Waterer; 2 — 300 gallon Gas Barrels complete with hose and nozzles; Assortment of Old Iron; Good assortment all lypes tools. Miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. TERMS: Usual Auction Terms — nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accidents. MERLE HAMPSON ESTATE Mrs. Roberta Hampson - Executor Lloyd Berkland and Bill Brown, Auctioneers Cylinder Slate Bank, Clerk

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