The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1967 · Page 30
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4-Ala.ona, (la.) Upper DM Molnti Tnurtdey, March 30, 1967 2,208 Kossuth Farms In 1967 Feed Grain Program A total of 2,208 farm operators in Kossuth county have signed up to take part In the 1967 feed grain and wheat programs, accord- Ing to R. L Anderson, chairman of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee. The chairman reported the following Kossuth county sign-up totals through March 17. Operators have signed up a total of 2,208 farms (71 percent of the feed grain farms) with 223,498 acres of corn-sorghum base acreage. Estimated total diversion Intended on signed farms is 45,846 acres, or 20 percent of their total corn-sorghum base acreage. Operators have signed up 165 farms, (82 percent of the wheat farms) with wheat allotments of 1,431 acres. Ex-Whittemore Man Will Wed This Summer Mr. and Mrs. Glen Postlewalt of Denver, Colo., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janet, to Alvin Schmellng, son of Mrs. Marie Schmeling and the late Harry Schmeling of Whittemore. Miss Postlewait is employed at Mountain States Telephone Co. In Denver. Mr. Schmeling is employed by E. A. Pederson Electrical Co. of Omaha, Nebr., and works in the western states. A summer wedding is planned In St. John's Lutheran church in Denver. Plum Creek Elite The regular 4-H meeting of the Cresco Chums was held Mar. 7, 1967 with Ginny and Jacque Roethler serving as hostesses. Talks were given by Ginny Roethler, Rhonda and Debbie Sabln and Nancy Weydert. Demonstrations were given by Marilyn Roethler and Debbie Sabin. The club discussed 4-H day April 1. Guests who attended the meeting were Mrs. Virgil Roethler, Mrs. Dick Lallier, Mrs. Matt Erdman, Mrs. Howard Weydert, Mrs. Lawrence Besch and Mrs. Edmund Frl- ders. Is Engaged Dr. and Mrs. Ignatius J. Wernert of Pittsburgh, Pa. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Alice Catherine, and Richard E. Dolan. Miss Wernert, granddaughter of the late Ignatius and Alice T. Wernert, Algona is an alumna of St. Francis College of Loretto and Duquesne University. A July wedding Is planned. KB54 FIELD PROVEN "FAN HOUSING (Avoilobl, with Moflntl) • high capacity! • (or tho big silos! • unaxcelltd (or haylaga! The big blower that has proven itself on the big silos, it's field proven. • SHAKER PAN Prevents build-up in hopper. Wads are loosened. Smoother ensilage flow to fan. • WIDE, LOW HOPPER Projects 14" past housing for easy approach. • NO BLOW-BACK No baffling to restrict forage flow. • LIFETIME LUBRICATED No greasing required. • SHRED KNIVES Keep the fan tips clean. Adjustable outlet, fan blades, wheels. Shear-bolt protection and water inlet. OTHER MODELS AVAILABLE BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona WELCOME Kossuth 4-H Clubs We Are Proud To Have As Our Guests The Greenwood Girls DIANE BAUER President JO ANN ARNDORFER Vice President SHARP'S JEWELRY TOMORROW'S LEADERS TODAY'S 4-H CLUB IN OUR STORP LuVerne Livewires DIANE CURRY President LINDA LOFTUS Vice President N. la. Sewing Machine Co. "V SPRING ^^Mfef**»s** mi® d r yy v- JUMBO SIZE JUMBO" SIZE TRW GARDEN jatJiK Triurtdoy, March 30, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des MoInet-S OPEN NITES HI NEIGHBOR AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE _• PLENTY OF FREE PARKING I «—- AD PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY. CHECK OUR STORE MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY FOR SPECIAL PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE YOU! tfc'f! « Swanson's features the new- est and largest fresh produce department In the entire area. Over 80 feet of shelves are stocked with fresh fruit and vegetables for self-service. Two overhead scales give you the opportunity to weigh your own produce. Produce manager Don Thees- feld invites you to shop this fine department — where quality produce is at bargain prices ! LARGE DELICIOUS APPLES LARGE SLICING ea. LARGE NAVEL Cucumbers ea. BELL GREEN ea. "IF IT GROWS AND IS AVAILABLE, SWANSON'S HAS IT!" LARGE FLORIDA Grapefruit Wi^ • ea. DELICIOUS ea. Avocados ea. YOUR CHOICE OF STOKELY DELICIOUS VANILLA U.S.D.A. CHOICE GARDEN FRESH FOLGER'S COFFEE 3 Ib. can MEAT PIES ICE CREAM PEAS l h\ > 3 KINDS ROUND STEAK . . . STEAK * Tb". 79e! ADAM'S FROZEN HILAND JOY and BONUS and BOLD present Money Grand Prize $10,000 ,1056 Prizes in Total GIANT SIZE 69 49 22 oz. . . GIANT SIZE YES! Money Grows on Trees See our tree for details and count the money...You could win $10,000 We have plenty of JOY, BONUS and BOLD in stock. BRING US YOUR COUPONS AND SAVEI TIDE . . . ™ DASH GIANT SIZE OXYDOL 79 SCHILLING" VANILLA FflpipARS BRAUMEISTER'BEER clPlliMIyNA.L.,.,r COLLEGE CHICKEN Ia7\f\ |\I EC _iN£ ?!'! E JL_!I!_Yyy_il_ i i_i_! coiiicE ~CHici«7r~Dl)?rTll _JNN PJLtfJE.-?JSjtJI!i_'_J_i. CANNON BAJH Regularly 39c sJLELJk. L.j.JPJ.lit . 2 cans 25c •WE RESERVE THE RIGHT | • TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 5 »•••*•• ••••••••••••••••! '""iiiimmiiiii HYROCK USDA CHOICE BONELESS RUMP ROAST USDA CHOICE POP 6PAC SWISS STEAK HEINZ CO NO DEPOSIT - NO RETURN BOTTLES. HEINZ KETCHUP WILSON'S CERTIFIED BACON> J WILSON'S BACON I TIDBITS SEAPAC IITO lie* TOMATO KETCHUP MADI BY , , INZ COMPANY 2 oz? SHRIMP USDA «»i i«ri^<i> BEEF QUARTERS FRONTS Ib. 39c 5 HINDS Ib. 49c IDES Ib. I I HI-GRADE LOAF HORMEL'S ALL MEAT WIENERS WIENERS: Ib. DISCOUNTED HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS BRECK CREME RINSE 16 oz, Reg, $1,75 Value PEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE Reg. 95c tube PIUS FREE HAIR-STYLING BRUSHI MR. AM) MRS. Dale Laws had as guests Thursday and overnight Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barnes, David, Larry and Ann, LeMars, former residents here. Easter weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. John Laws of Moravia, and Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Perry and Denise, Spencer. MR. AND MRS. Merle Pratt, John, Dave and Debbie of Iowa Falls were Easter weekend guests of Mrs. Pratt's mother, Mrs. Milton Dahl. They also spent some time with Merle's mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson have been visited by the former's brother, Ray of Marcus, and his son-in-law and daughter of Omaha. DR. AND MRS. John Keneflck and Ann spent from Thursday till Sunday evening at Minneapplls. While there, they saw the show "Dr. Zhivago' and went to the Sports Show. MR. AND MRS. A. J. Eischeid had as Easter dinner guests their daughter and family, the Marvin Kramers. » MR. AND MRS. Earl Miller were visited Friday by their son, Paul Miller and family of Lake City, Minn. MRS. DIXIE BENNET and children went to Mason City Friday and visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kinder. MR. AND MRS. James Peterson had their daughter, Mary, as weekend guest. She attends college at Mason City. JOHN, JR., SON of Dr. and Mrs. John Schutter, and Bill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, have gone to New York and will be In the Syracuse area. John will have an interview at Colgate U., and Bill will visit friends. Joi$ is a student at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, and Bill goes to Mornlngslde, Sioux City. MR. AND MRS. Adrian Sterling had as weekend guests their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller, Dubuque, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Medar and daughter Jeanette, Fairfield. Carl Miller, father of Stanely, was also here from Milford and accompanied them home. The Sterling's daughter, Mrs. Tom Lundell, Sterling and Mary Beth were also here from Ankeny. MR. AND MRS. AndrewHansen and Mrs. J. D. Burns went to Mason City Monday. The women had a check-up. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Rled- Inger and four sons spent the Easter weekend at Maquoketa with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Riedlnger. MRS. KATHRYN MAHONEY had Easter greetings via telephone Sunday from her sonRuss, Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Frank Rueb went to Excelsior Springs, Mo. recently and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kruse, Ackley. EASTER WEEKEND guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason were their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. James Potter, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Ogland and little daughter, Indianola. Mr. Potter and Mike spent most of the time with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter. MR. AND MRS. Loyola O'Brien have been visited by their daughter, Maureen. CHERYL AND GARY RUSK were home from Drake University, Des Moines, to spend their Easter vacation with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bless Rusk. IN OUR STORE Eagle Wildcats DAVID TOKHEIM President GREG DUCR Vice President The Friendly Stc Welcome iWhittemore Lassies! f/ LINDA DOGOTCH President PAMELA KIRSCH Vice President Sheakleys

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