The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1967 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1967
Page 18
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Beef Producers To Hear Talk By Farm Editor The annual Kossuth County Beef Producers' Banquet will he-held Thursday, April 6, at Gafrigan High School gym, starting^at 7 p. m. An excellent meal of standing rib; roast is again being planned by -the Beef Producers. Along with the meal the Kossuth County Barbershoppers will provide a delightful evening's entertainment. Also included on the program wilj be an interesting talk by long-time farm writer Dan Murphy. Murphy is a University of Illinois graduate in journalism, and has served as farm editor of daily newspapers, as director of communications for the Iowa Farm Bureau, and as public relations and advertising director for the American Dairy Association of Iowa. He is widely known for his weekly column in the Farm Bureau Spokesman and for hundreds of speeches given all over the U. S. DAN MURPHY We encourage you to pick up your tickets as soon as possible for this evening's enjoyment. Tickets can be obtained from any of the directors of the county Extension office. Steps In Hole, Seneca Farmer Breaks Foot SENECA - Jerry Wilberg is WELCOME CRESCOBOYS OUR GUESTS LARRY ROCHLEAU ALGONA PRESIDENT STEPHEN ROCHLEAU ALGONA V-PRESIDENT ELDON SHAW, ALGONA, LEADER Our Guest During 4-H Day - This Saturday STOP IN AND MEET THEM FAREWAY STORE We I tome- U-GO-I-GO 4-H Girls Club VISIT THEIR DISPLAY IN OUR STORE MARSHA WINTER, ALGONA, PRESIDENT DIANE MULLER, ALGONA, V-PRESIDENT MRS. PAUL LEMKEE, ALGONA, LEADER SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE OPEN HOUSE AT CYLINDER APRIL 7-8-9 FRIDAY EVENING -7-9 P,M, SATURDAY AFTERNOON & EVENING SUNDAY AFTERNOON McCOY PICKUP COACHES 10 MODELS ON DISPLAY FAMILY KAMPERS AND CAMEL FOLD - DOWNS COFFEE - DONUTS GIFTS HELP INSIDE CYLINDER CAMPER SALES CYUNDFR, IOWA a patient at Holy Family hospital at Estherville suffering from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident Friday on a gravel road about one mile southwest of his farm home. He is reported to be suffering from cuts, bruises and facial lacerations, in addition to third degree burns on his chest and abdomen. He expects to be hospitalized for some time. Notes Of IServicemeni JACKSONVILLE, FLA. March 10 -- Marine Private Richard A. Loebig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin E. Loebig of Wesley, is attending the Aviation Ordnance School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center in Jacksonville, Fla. The 18-week course provides the student with a working knowledge of various guns, missiles, bombs and fuses, as well as other types of weapons used on Marine Corps aircraft. * * * U. S. ARMY, VIET NAM Army Specialist Four Richard L. Cushman, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myrle M. Cushman, Titonka, is currently participating in "Operation Farragut" in Viet Nam with his unit, the 101st Airborne Division. Spec. Cushman, a machine gunner in Company A, 2nd Battalion of the division's 327th Infantry, and his unit have accounted for 83 enemy dead, 17 captured, and 67 weapons and over 70 tons of rice, salt and corn recovered. During the operation, which is being conducted up and down infamous Highway 1, the "Screaming Eagles" division has moved three villages and 300 Montagnards from communist to government controlled territory. LEDYARD Senecan Hurt In Motorcycle Mishap Friday SENECA - John Johannesen is wearing a cast on his right leg as the result of an accident at his farm home Friday afternoon. Mr. Johannesen was working in the cattle yard when he accidentally stepper! into a hole. X-rays revealed a broken bone in his foot. The cast will remain on four to six weeks. Danny Inglett, Ledyard, Hurt By Shrapnel LEDYARD - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Inglett received word Saturday that their son Danny, who has been in Vietnam for a little over five months, was wounded March 17 and is hospitalized The Inglets received the letter written by their son informing them that he had been hit by shrapnel. Real Estate Transfers Thursday, March 30. 19*7 Algono (lo.) Upper Des Moines-3 Ledyard - Sunday, April 16 the Choral Readers will present a concert at the Bethany and Evangelical and Reformed church $00lrt>rship service. • 7 __.?aders of the Northwestern ^College are beginning their eighth season. The group will also appear at the Ramsey Reformed Church near Titonka the evening of April 16. Easter Sunday visitors at the parental Tim Doocy home were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Engelby and boys of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Engleby and family of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kockle rand family of Swea City. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and family, Elmore. Sunday dinner guests at the Marvin Simonsmeier home were their, sons, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Simonsmeier of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simonsmeier and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Johnson and girls. The dinner was also in observance of the Simonsmeiers 26th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Marie Halverson and Marvel spent the weekend in Waterloo with Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson and boys. Weekend visitors at the parental Harold Herzog home were their daughters, Nancy, and Betty and John Kendall, St. Paul. Walter Herzog joind the group for • dinner Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Arlowe Blome home in honor of their son Douglas, who was confirmed at Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mabus and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulson, and Mrs. Edna Winter, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Voeltz and Allen of Rochester, Minn. The CYO of Sacred Heart Catholic church will sponsor a card party and box social at the Parish Hall Sunday, April 2, beginning at 7. There will be no admission charged, but box lunches will be auctioned off during the evening. Nancy Herzog arrived home Thursday after completing her student teaching at Onawa. She will return to Northwestern College in Orange City April 3. Nancy will be returning to the Star Lake camp at Bloomingdale, New Jersey for the summer. Tuesday, 23 members of St. Matthew and St. Mark's circles met at Sacred Heart Catholic church to clean. A pot luck dinner was held at noon. The Rosary Society will meet April 5. The DCCW meeting will be held on April 12. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchisee! dealer Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Bormann, Amanda & Peter to Howard J. Bormann 3-11-6" SV-' 1. 4S\V 1/4 10-04-29. Bormann, Peter i Amanda to Donald R. Bormann 3-11-67 SW 1 '4 N\V 1. 4 32-94-28. Harvey, Erma Z, sgl. et al to Jean L. Shev 3-13-67 N frl 1 1/2 N\V frl 1/4 & \V 1/2 NE 1. 4 30-97-28 Exc. see rec. Jackson, Vera Callahan & Marion to Jean L. Shey 3-13-67 N. frl 1/2 X\V frl 1/4 & \V 1/2 NE 1/4 exc. see rec. 30-97-28. Line, Kathryn Rock, Sgl, to Hoenk Farms' toe. 3-11-67 \V 1/2 X\V 1,4 & i\\V 1/4 SW 1/4 lying N. of the right of way of M. & S. L. railway 9-95-28. McHose, Ray M., sgl to Donald W. McHose 3-11-67 NW 1/4 & S 1/2 NE 1/4 9-98-28. Morris, Helen M. & Cyril to Jean L. Shey 3-13-67 N frl 1/2 NW frl 1/4 & W 1/2 NE 1/4 30-97-28 exc. see rec. Anke, Anna C., sgl. Howard i Maurine to Jean L. Shey 3-13-67 N fri 1/2 NW frl 1/4 & W 1/2 NE 1/4 30-97-28 exc see rec. Arend, James H. & Margaret to Richard D. & Marilyn K. Frideres 3-13-67 Lot 16 of Aud's Plat of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 2-9529. Spongberg, Lydia, sgl. to Bernard N. & Faye Weydert 3-13-67 Stacy's Add. lot 14 blk 1, Algona. Bulld-A-Rama, Inc. to M. R. & Donna M. Baldwin 3-8-67 Bell's Acid, lot 7 Algona. McEnroe, Patrick G. &• Elaine to Evelyn M. Forstl 3-10-67 that pt.' of SW 1 4 29-96-30 desc. as see rec. Lease, Lester L. & Myrtle E., Bun-ell D. i Jane AKA B. Duane to Peter B. Plemel, Andrew Post »428 American Legion, Wesley 313-67 E 1/3 of 0. P. lot 3 blk 26; Wesley. Peterson, Donald Jene & Joyce R. to Charlie R. & Jennie Deibler 3-17-67 Hillcrest Add. lots 21 & 22 blk 1; Algona. Smith, Don M. & Gladys M. to John B. Meyer 3-15-67 all land lying E. of E. of what was Orig. known as Toledo & NW R. W. Co. & thereafter known as C. & N. W. R. W. Co. of N 1/2 NE 1/4 13-100-28. Health Head Heart Hands WELCOME LOTTS CREEK LASSIES Our Guests MAUREEN MCDONNELL WHITTEMORE PRESIDENT LORRAINE AREND ALGONA V-PRESIDENT MRS. LAWRENCE KIRSCH, WHITTEMORE, LEADER READ'S FURNITURE & CARPETNG AND WATSON INTERIORS IN OUR NEW LOCATION 210 NO. PHILLIPS DIAMOND'S Spring ' Shower of Values! 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