The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1967 · Page 17
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FIRST TIME EVER REDUCED! THIS WEEKEND ONLY! Famous # Men's Under\vear and Tee Shirts 3 FOR 1 99 REGULAR 79< EACH SAVE 38<l Fine quality briefs and tee shirts of shrinkage- controlled combed cotton. Sanforized cotton broadcloth boxers in assorted prints. All full cut. Shorts and briefs 30-44, Shirts S, M, L, XL. Charge It and Save, too at S & L 2-Algona (la.) Upper Dej Moinw Thursday, March 30, 1967 ocvct-y BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Dean Kooh was hostess to her bridge club last Tuesday even in;;. - o - AX.WEKSAKY Mr. awl Mrs. John Levy were at Col fax to attend the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bogaard recently. - o - HAS BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Har- grcaves '.vere at Mason City March 10 to attend the birthday observance of Mrs. Richard Cook. - o - NEW OFFICERS. New officers of the Algona Federated Womens Club elected and who will assume office in June are Pres., Mrs. J. B. Asa; vice pres., Mrs. L. L. Riter; second vice-pres., Mrs. R. 0. Bjustrom; sec., Mrs. PerryCol- lins; treas., Mrs. John Thompson; historian, Mrs. August Slagle. The meeting was held at Mrs. Perry Collins. Public Notice Offices in the Kossuth County Courthouse will be Closed All Day Each Saturday Starting Saturday, April 1 ************************************************> $ * # •X- •X•X- •X- •* •X# •X•X- # •X- •X•X- * t * # •X* * * # * * * * * * •X- Join the 1967-68 Community Concert Series * * I ]f # * Membership April Campaign 3-8 Admission by membership only ! ADULTS $7.00 STUDENTS $3.00 ALREADY SIGNED TO APPEAR: * # SHOWER HONOREE Corrine Shimel has announced her engagement to John Vint and the wedding will take place in June. She was given a shower March 20 by Mrs. Art Odgaard. Miss Shimel is music teacher at the third Ward and Bryant schools. - o - SPIRITUAL BAZAAR The Methodist W.S.C.S. Spiritual Bazaar will be held March 30 from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m., followed by coffee in the church dining room. - o - PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Lloyd Muckey will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. - o - BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan had as Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. William Kelley and Kathy, Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan. It was also a birthday observance for Mrs. Jess Dugan and the dinner was completely prepared by Mrs. Wayne Dugan. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. Ralph Morgan Is entertaining her sewing club Monday. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Herbert Haas was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. - o MR. AND MRS. Loyola O'Brien have been at Waverly visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart. The 'atter is on the Nashua school faculty. MR. AND MRS. Carl Morck had as Easter guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Strutters/' Perry. The Morcks recently returned from Oakland, Minn, where they visited Mrs. Morck's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson. MRS. CELIA DEAL had as guests her grandchildren, Becky, Tim, Lucy and Larry, Des Moines. They are the children of Al Coleman and the late Mrs. Gwen Deal Coleman. Mr. Coleman remarried last September. MR. AND MRS. Gene Koob, Forest City, were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob. The men are brothers. MR. AND MRS. Gilbert Hargreaves had as guests last Thursday Mr, and Mrs. Norde en Strand, Jeff and Mike, Marshalltown. Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. DonElbert, Natashaand Ralph, Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Elbert, Washington, D. C., Mrs. Ralph Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and family. The Don and Ron Elbert families were here to attend funeral services for their late father, Ralph Elbert. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Mallory of Hampton came here Monday and took Mrs. Mallory's sister, Dora Mitchell, to dinner with them. * # The Singing Boys of Monterrey Headquarters: Bjustrom Furniture Open afternoons Phone 5-5183 "For the best in music — it's Community Concerts" •f •X* I # ^ •X- KATHRYN MAHONEY — had as Easter weekend guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weir, Pat, Kathy, Jean and Patricia, Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Dick McGinnis entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ron Elbert of Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Elbert, Natasha and Ralph, Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs. Elbert at dinner Saturday evening. MR. ANT) MRS. Ed Jensen came from Ruthven last week and took Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and family to Waterloo where they were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen. Mrs. Peter Jensen is a sister of Mr. McGinnis. MR. AND MRS. AndrewHansen spent Easter at Webster City with Mr. and Mrs. Ted DeCoursay. They were joined there by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Bret, Storm Lake. MR. AND MRS. Charles Schaeffer and family were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Martin at Tama. MR. AND MRS. Harold Anderson, Royal, came to spend Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson. Mr. Anderson returned home, but his wife is remaining for a few days' longer visit. MRS. ANN HARVEY has returned from Glendale, Calif, where she spent a month with her daughter, Mrs. Harry McCorkle. MR. AND MRS. Tom Buscher had as Easter breakfast guests the latter's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zwiefel, Fairmont. They also spent much of their time with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel. MR. AND MRS. Robert Speich and family were Easter guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Speich, Ottosen. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Seller came from Storm Lake to spend the Easter weekend with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller. MRS. THEO HUTCHISON had .. as guest Easter her son, Tom, Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. John Dutton had their sons and daughters- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dutton of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dutton and families as Easter guests. MR. AND MRS. Harold Roth, former Algonans, visited the latter's brother, Pete Haag, at the Good Samaritan Home Saturday and other relatives and friends here. From Algona, they went to Rolfe to spend Easter with Mrs. Roth's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Kemna. Cresco Chums The monthly meeting of the Plum Creek Elite was held Mar. 11, at the home of Jane Walker. Roll call was answered by 13 members. Talks were given by Jane Walker and Mamie Miller. Demonstrations were given by Norma Bode, Lorelee Keith and Sandra Zwiefel. COACH" "Orv" Madden, Alton, head basketball coach at Floyd Valley High School recently ended his career there which began 29 years ago. "Orv" had coached 1,103 games with a record of 702 wins and 401 losses before resigning. WELCOME SWEA-HARRISON BOYS Our Guests DENNIS HANSON, SWEA CITY, PRESIDENT DARYL HOLCOMB, SWEA CITY, V-PRESIDENT CECIL THORESON, SWEA CITY, LEADER STOP IN - VISIT THEM SATURDAY ALGONA PLUMBING AND HEATING 214 E. State Phone 295-5240 Ledyard Man Receives Army Service Medal LEDYARD - Second Lt. Larry M. DeBoer, son of Supt. and Mrs. Gilbert Deboer, was awarded the Army Commendation Medal recently for meritorious service as the training center information officer at Fort Knox, Ky. over the last eight months. The medal was presented by- Brig. Gen. Richard Irby, USATCA's commanding general at Cherry Hall, Fort Knox. Immediately following the ceremony, which was attended by his wife, Pamela, DeBoer departed on leave prior to assignment in Vietnam with an Army Security Agency historical unit. Second. Lt. and Mrs. Larry DeBoer went to Washington, D. C. where Mrs. DeBoer submitted to heart surgery earlier this month and on Sunday they arrived in Ledyard to spend some time with the parental Gilbert DeBoersand Maurice Keils before he leaves for Vietnam. - o - FIRST COMMUNION First holy communion at Sacred Heart Catholic church will be Sunday, April 16. Members of the class are John Bartolo, Steven darken, Sandra Budding, Donna Hamilton, John Jorgensen, Debra Kahler, Jean Kollasch, Alan Mino, Kimberly Ogren, Ter- rl Rotterman and Michael Thompson. - o American Legion Auxiliary will meet April 4 at the hall. Mrs. Kenneth Reese will be hostess. The Ledyard Lumber Company will hold their Appreciation Day Aprils. There will be numerous door prizes, merchandise displays and sale items. Lunch will be served from 9 until five. Feeds your lawn the nutrients it needs! ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA WELCOME RIVERDALE RUSTLERS II Our Guests JOAN REDING PRESIDENT JtAN REDING V-PRESIDENT MRS. HUBERT O'BRIEN,. LEADER FINN'S BAKERY 120 E. State Algona PUBLIC SALE As I have rented my land I will sell my personal property on my farm located 3 miles north of Bancroft on Highway 169 or 4% miles east and 3 miles south of Swea City on — SATURDAY, APRIL 1st 10:00 A.M. LUNCH ON GROUNDS 97 Purebred & Grade Black Angus Cattle 29 Angus cows coming with 3rd and 12 Angus heifers coming with 1st 5th calves. calf. 9 Angus heifers coming with 2nd calf. 1 Registered Black Angus Bull. Three Registered Black Angus bulls turned with these cows and heifers June 15 and it looks like some will be fresh by sale day. 24 coming yearling steers. 22 coming yearling heifers. All females are calfhood bangs vaccinated. MACHINERY 1950 Model Super 88 Oliver diesel tractor, complete with hydra-electric, fluid in tires, tires are like new, tractor in excellent condition. 1952 Model 77 Oliver gas tractor with hydra-electric, good tires and overhauled. Ford Model 8N tractor with high speed transmission, with Shawnee back hoe. COMBINE 1965 Model 2890 M.M. self-propelled combine with 13 ft. header and hume type reel, auto, header control, 2-row corn head used 1 year. Either Head will fit the Oliver 525 or 535 Combine. CORN DRYER Behlen 500 bu. cap. batch corn dryer like new, gas heat. POWER MACHINERY 1962 Gehl offset field chopper; M.M. 4-row rotary hoe; Kelly Ryan tractor manure spreader with single beater; New Idea hay conditioner; New Idea 7 ft. semi-mounted mower; McD. 4-bar side delivery rake on rubber; M.M. 4-row planter with fertilizer set in for 30 in. rows with minimum tillage; M.M. 4-row planter with fertilizer 38 in. rows; M.M. 14 ft. 6 in. wheel tandem disc with greaseless bearings; Oliver 3 bottom 16 in. trip bottom plow with hydraulic lift; Oliver Raydex 3-14 in. plow on rubber; McD. model 55T baler with PTO; Brillion 21 ft. land roller; 9 ft. Graham Home field cultivator on rubber with hydraulic lift; 10 ft. Ezee flow fertilizer spreader; Oliver 4-row new type cultivator; Oliver 4-row older type cultivator; 6 section lever flexable Noble drag with steel evener. DEEDING EQUIPMENT ^^^ r <° - &. - -? A-± is wheel r^ber tired wagon, 15 in. rubber w°h hois' "7 ^S^' Mc °' rubber «"<* "W™ with e u deVat0r ' underslu "9 derrick truck hopper, and A n , , . fla? ra'ck "wnf'S'* 0 * X™ * "7 ^S^' Mc °' rubber «"<* "W™ with PTO 2 Tox O vS k HI I 6 yPe u deVat0r ' underslu "9 derrick truck hopper, farm- 2 Pax 7^5 £ , Vh «*'? §land " ' Tox ' O - Wick "°9 oiler on platform, 2 Pax 75 bu. round hog feeders, new; Browser all steel calf creep like r^aaWXE 1 "" 111 °° IMeed °" * "°" -"^ BUILDINGS can , 20x30 J' h °V he " er; 12x16 ft. 4-pen hog house; 1000 bu. cap. steel bin; 2 good steel floors for 18 ft. steel bins; 6x8 ft. hog shelter MISCELLANEOUS 40 ft. 12 In. airation tubes; 3 H.P. single phase motor with transmission, speed jack; Extension ladder; Bale fork; M.W. 4 H.P. 24 in. riding lawn mower' 16 ft ?ra^?Tc aU . flU b.oJ * H ' P -M eCtriC 7 t0r; 2 Wheel Wei 9 h " f ° r oTToV M.M! deHver'y rake "" 9 ^ C ° m pickef; NeW ldea 4 ' bar side FEED All 2 !! 0 K Q ' eS 3rd '"I 1 ." 9 a ' falfa - br °™; 1500 bales 2nd cutting alfalfa-brome All the hay was conditioned and stored inside, orome. There will be no small tools sold so be on time at 10 a.m. sharp for a good sale TERMS; Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any pec ur- ALBERT (BERT) KOLLASCH, Owner 'mnpf>rci f!tnittn fl fl»..L /"l__i. t- . « _ _" Clerk; Farmers & Traders Saving Bank, Bancroft

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