The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1967 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1967
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6-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Molnes Tutiday, March 28, 196? ACTION THE ALGONA High School Concert Band presented its annual winter concert last Tuesday In the high school gym. Directed by Mr. Guster and Mr. Castle, the band played a variety of old favorites, marches, and medleys. The finale featured Denny Guster, Daryl Johnson, and Tim Clark on guitars in a number arranged with the band, "the big beat". If you don't think THAT was loud . .. - o - THE JUNIORS met Wednesday to determine their catchy phrase for the Prom. The word "mis- tique" seems to creep into prom themes lately . . . guess originality can't replace good ol' popularity. - o - THE MODERN Choir practiced last week for its performance at the Easter Sunrise Service. Singing in the group are Cathy Bixler, Sheri Baker, Connie Darbyshire, Miriam Kautsch, Brenda Sjogren, Linda Ruhnke, Jane Walker, Sharon Nold, Donna Kenyon, Lana Bishop, Edith Ruark, Kari Peterson, KathieMorz, JudySco- bba, Dave Gerber, Terry Chamberlain, Dean Teeter, Tim Clark, Tim Will, Dave Ruhnke, Bill Carlson, Dave Beisell, Bill Burt, Ray Chamberlain and Kim Sloniker. week when Bolder figured what he was SUPPOSED to do an DIDN'T do it .... results: a backfire, but plenty of Laughter. - o - "EDUCATION IS the discipline for the adventure of life" — Alfred North Whitehead. - o - PROM entertainment this year will Include a group of junior girls. They began rehearsing last week for their eagerly-awaited performance. - o - IF YOU have a 2nd period study hall don't be surprised If you are asked to assist a psychology student in an experiment. Each member of the class has a project to show some form of learning, reasoning, or proof of theory, and many of the experiments call for a human guinea pig. Sometimes, the human guinea pigs outsmart the experimenter as was the case in "psych" last IN AUCTION CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Mon., Apr. 3, 9:30 A. M., ALGONA, IA., at Fair Grounds, 40 mi. N. of Ft. Dodge, la. M, T. McGuire retiring and selling all equip! I Cat D-9 Pusher; (T) Cat D-8's, dozers & pull- cats; (5) Cat D-7's; (6) Cat D-6 Dozers; AC Ha»20 Pusher; HD-15 & HD-9 dozers; Wabco C-Tournadozer; (5) IHC, J-D & Ford Wheel Tractors; J-D & Ford Loaders; (2) Michigan 175 Loaders; Pmco 250 Loader; (3) HD-5G & D-4 Loaders; (3) Cat 619B Motor Scrapers; (6) Euc S-12 Motor Scrapers; J-D 760 Self-Loading Scraper, low hours; (2) Cat 70 Scrapers; (15) Cat 12 Graders; (3) Cat &Domor Elev. Graders; NW 25 Dragline; Bantam T-35 Truck-Backhoe; Pioneer 40x30 Conveyor; Rome 20-28 Disc; (4) DD Sheepfoot Rollers; (3) DD Segmented Rollers; Seeding Equip.; (2) 125 Compressors; (3) Welders; (4) Diesel Generators; (5) Diesel Power Units; Many Parts & Attachments; Shop Equip.; Tools 4 Supplies; Pumps; Lite Plants; Hyster 35 T 3-axle Lowboy; (2) 20 T Lowboys; (2) Machinery Trailers; Office i Van Trailers; 1963 CMC B-7003 Tandem Tractor; Ford C-800 Tractor; (2) 1959 IHC VF-192 Tandem Dump Trucks; (4) 1958 IHC ACF-182 Tandem Dumps; Cnev. Fuel & Dump Trucks; (7) Pickups to 1966; Many Other Items 1I1 WRITE - WIRE - CALL Auctioneers for full list & full terms! I! On-The-Spot Financing Available, OR - Complete Payment Sale Day III Each-Piece Positively-Sells-Regardless-Of- Price 111 M. T. McGUIRE & CO., INC. Grading Contractor: Algona, la. FORKE BROTHERS THE AUCTIONEERS 321 SHARP BLDC. LINCOLN, NEBR. (20 and 24) - o - FOOTBALL LETTERMENwho weren't on vacation or absent with colds had their pictures taken by Bruce Ritchie & Mr. Warner last Wednesday. The poses requested by the photographers called for the boys to don shoulder pads i jerseys and catch a football for "action" shot. It's rather hard to catch a football when hair obscures your vision. - o - CADETTE PINS arrived last week. Each of the members purchased a $3 pin of silver or gold. Year of graduation was included on the pins, also. - o - PHYSICS LABS CAN be fun & frustrating at the same time. To determine the rate of acceleration on a cart of bricks, Connie Darbyshire and Merlyn Metzger held their lab in the hallway outside the physics room. A strange sight to passers-by! It took several tries for the experiment to do what it was supposed to do, but the pair had a swlngin' time in the process. - o - THE HUMAN brain is wonderful. It starts right in working the moment you wake up in the morning, and doesn't stop until you are called on in class. - o - COMING THIS SATURDAY: Carnival AHS1 April Fools! Fun, fun, fun! The booths at the Carnival are as follows: 1. Seniors - dart throw; 2. Juniors- concessions; 3. Sophomores basketball throw; 4. Freshmen- squirt the candle; 5. Junior High - spin art; 6. FHA - jail; 7. Camera Club - coin toss; 8 FFA - ski ball; 9. Cheerleaders - cake walk; 10. Pep Club - ping pong throw; 11. FTA - spinning wheel; 12. FBLA ball toss. - o - DON'T FORGET the big sock hop after the carnival. "The Group" will be making noises from about 9:30 on .... don't forget to bring cotton or ear plugs! - o - LET'S START making those contributions to AFS ... get your certificate of recognition NOW, before THRUSH does. - o - Daryl Johnson at work. Student at Swea City 'Finds Things Different' (From Fairmont Sentinel) Many Swea City things are "different" to Ana Marie Araujo Uruguay, foreign student living with the August Brandt family here. Some of these are that she's a city girl transplanted to a farm, an "only" child transplanted into a family of several brothers and sisters, a student from i large school learning wh.\t a small one is like, and a warm-climate girl experiencing extreme cold and snow. "We never have snow in my country, 1 ' she says, and although the climate produces mild lows, the thermometer never falls below 39 degrees. Ana feels that teenagers here have much more freedom than those in her homeland. "Teenagers do not drive cars in my country," she explains. "We walk or take buses." The principal sports there are Miss Benschoter Of Algona To Wed In June I WESLEY I 1 By Mrs. Viola Studer s HARRIET BENSCHOTER Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Benschoter of Algona announce the engagement of their daughter, Harriet Jean, to Denis J. Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green of Manhattan, N. Y. Harriet is a graduate of the University of Iowa and is presently employed at Sheller-Globe Corp. in Iowa City as a chemist. Mr. Green will be a June graduate from the University of Iowa. A June 11 wedding is planned. MARCH 30, THURSDAY Walter Simonsmeier Sale at farm 8 miles north of Bancroft, or 4 1/2 east of Swea City and 1 mile north. Sale includes 53 head livestock, big machinery line, buildings and feeding ecpiip- ment. Sale starts 9:15 a. m. in March 21 issue Quinn & Clark, ; State Bank of Led- Sale details of UDM. Auctioneers yard, Clerk. APRIL 1, at 10 a. m. asch, north SATURDAY - Sale Albert (Bert) Roll- Owner, at farm 3 miles of Bancroft on U.S. 169, or 4 1/2 miles east and 3 miles south of Swea City. Sale includes 97 purebred and grade Black Angus, machinery, feeding equipment, buildings, etc. Sale details in UDM issue of March 28. Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, Clerk. APRIL 1, SATURDAY- Alfred Grill, Sr., Sale ofSOhead of dairy cattle and farm machinery, at farm located five miles south of Algona on U, S. 169, starting at 12:30 p. m. Auctioneers are Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, and Security State Bank LEGAL NOTICES RECEPTION HELD A number of relatives and friends attended a reception in the K.C. hall at Algona Sunday for newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Studer of Mankato, Minn. Marie Louise Wegner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wegner, Lamberton, Minn., and Gerald Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer of Algona, formerly of Wesley, were married March 11 at Mankato. Mrs. Arnold Uhlig, sister of the bride, and Steven Studer, brother of the groom, attended the couple. A dinner was given by the bride's parents at Michael's restaurant following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Studer are both attending college in Mankato. He is studying business admini- • stration. - o - GUILD MEETING St. Joseph's Guild held their monthly meeting March 21 in the parish hall with a very good attendance. Circle IV served lunch. Erma Kunz, rural life chairman of the D.C.C.W., read an article on St. Isadore, patron of farmers. Maud Studer, Erma Kunz, Rita Youngwirth and Sally Studer presented a seminar on St. Isadore. Bonnie Becker, Judy and Teresa Eisenbacher, Janet Studer and Ann Walker presented a skit, "Christian City and Country Cooperation." Five hundred was played with Felice Hilbert and Helen Johnson prize winners. MARCH 29 , WEDNESDAY George Wagner Farm Auction, at farm located south of Algona, 1/2 tulle west of Kollasch station on U. S. 169 and 1/4 mile south. Farm machinery, buildings, etc. Auctioneer: Quinn & Leek. First National Bank, Humboldt, Clerk. MARCH 29, WEDNESDAY- George E. Harner Sale, at farm 2 miles east and 1/4 north of Swea City, starting 12:45 p. m. Big line of machinery, wagons, miscellaneous, plus buildings, feeding equipment, sheep. Full details in UDM ad of March 21. Clark Bros., Auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, Clerk. soccer, basketball, golf and tennis, Miss Araujo says. Most people in the cities have television, but color television is not yet available. One notable difference is that Uruguayan schools are free through the college level and thus many take advantage of receiving college educations. Most persons can read and write, she adds. Miss Araujo says that one of Uruguay's needs is to develop its industry and increase its exports. Its large ranches are owned by a few rich men, she comments, and many people are moving to the cities. The government is trying to help these people find jobs, but a lack of financing makes is slow and difficult to resolve the problem. Fishing is an important industry, she reports. Explaining something about the government, she observes that Uruguay held its most important election last November, when a president was elected to replace a body of nine men who had governed as a group. "We have a senate and house, as you do," she notes, but the principal parties are called the "White" party and the "Red" party. (She explains the "Red" does not mean communist, but is just a name). Members of the Communist and Christian Democratic parties are in a minority. "We have a small navy, but it is good," she says, "and a small army. These protect our country and help others when needed." Ana, a senior at Swea City High School, has had numerous speaking engagements. FAMILY DINNER Relatives who attended the family dinner party in the Mrs. Tillie Matz home March 19 were Mrs. Sarah Lallier, Algona; the Julius Kelchs of Northfleld, Minn.; Curtis Andersons of Eagle Grove; Charles Kelchs of Clarion; Leo Lallier and daughters of Ventura; Vincent Matz's of Algona; Alfred Kelch and son Nick of Estherville; Rose Marie Matz and girls of Spencer; and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lee of Hayward, Calif., who came to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Bertha Lee of Corwith. Mrs. Tillie Matz and relatives received a phone call from her brother and family, the Leo WITH THE COMING OF SPRING IT'S TIME TO LET US HELP YOU PLAN YOUR NEEDS IN: • AMMONIA • STARTER FERTILIZER • GRASS SEED • CHEMICALS ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9101 TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Louis W. Hauptman, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 9th day of March, 1967, the last will and testafpent of Louis W. Hauptman, b«cease£, bearing date of the.ieth day,ofJOotober, 1961, was'admitted to probate In the above named court and that John A. Hauptman was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance ; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 9th day of March, 1967. John A. Hauptman Executor of said Estate Wesley, Iowa Shumway, Kelly i Friste'Jt Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: April 4, 1967. (24 4: 26) SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA APACHE - APACHE - APACHE !| Special carload sale! J"Ci'mited Time Only" New 1967 Apache Falcons and Soft Top Eagles. APACHE FALCON 1 REG. $690.00 ONLY PLUS FREIGHT - N0 TRADE-INS Greatest value ever offered in the Camping Trailer Industry. This Is the same model that sold for $690 in 1961. Don't wait — the supply is limited! Also many used campers for sale. CHUCK BEHR'S TRAILER SALES "Iowa's largest Apache Dealer" 400 East State Algona, PHONE 295-3372, Kelchs of Juneati, Wise. Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Leo left March 22 for their home. His sister, Mrs. Ann Oxley, left March 17 for her home In Los Angeles. She had attended her mother's funeral and had been a guest of Mrs. Tillie Matz. - o Mrs. Merle Rasmussen'sname was drawn for the Easter corsage at the Legion party Wednesday evening. Gordon Glddings returned Mar. 19 from University Hospital, Iowa City, where he had been 12 days for medical care. He visited his sister, Mrs. Wayne Swinton and husband, Davenport. Mrs. Swinton is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace of Haylield, Minn., visited Mr. Glddings Friday. Auctions Listed Now is the time to list your Auction with us. The following sales now listed: Sat., April 1, 12;30 p.m. Alfred Grill Sale, Holsteins and machinery, 5 miles south of Algona,' Sat., April 8, Algona Am. Legion Auction, 12:30 Fairgrounds, Algona Planning an auction of any kind? Telephone us and we'll be happy to discuss it with you. AUCTIONEERS Raymond Spencer 295-7113 Algona Ronald Peck 295-2664 Algona EXPERT PUMP INSTALLATION and REPAIR HOYT HARDWARE, BODE 379-1176 BOB THORNTON 379-1219 (tfn) 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. 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