The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1967 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1967
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Itattrtd M Neend elMi mitt«r it th« pMtottic* it Alfona. lew* (M»W. Nov. i. IMS, undtr Aei ot ContpMi «* Mwth ». ItTI illABlOHtO IMS VOL.101 NO. 46 Upper JWoines SECOND SECTION ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1967 Honor 12 County Dairy Producers With Hi Herds Facts On Flags For Burial Of Eligible Vets Twelve dairymen from Kossuth County have been awarded Dairy Herd Improvement Association Production certificates for herds averaging over 450 pounds of butterfat per cow for the year May 1, 1966 to April 30, 1967, according to Dennis Cumberland, Extension assistant. The awards are appropriate; June is Dairy Month. A total of 12 herds with an average of 30 cows had an average production of 13,445 pounds of milk and 490 pounds of fat in Kossuth county. John Ward, Swea City, and Mrs. Irene Hum, Algona, serve the associations as the DHIA supervisors. The awards are Issued jointly by the Iowa State University Cooperative Extension Service and the Iowa State Dairy Association to high producing herds in the DHIA central processing program. A total of 740 herds received the recognition certificates. Of the 730 herds receiving certificates, ten averaged over 600 pounds of fat per cow, with 298 herds averaging between 500 and 599 pounds. A total of 432 herds averaged between 450 and 499 pounds of fat per cow. Dairymen in Kossuth county receiving certificates were as follows Clements Brandenberg, Armstrong; Leander Menke, Swea City; H. & G. Soderberg, Bancroft; Alfred Meyer, Whittemore; Ronald Meyer, Rodman; Allan Loucks, Ledyard; Alvin Boettcher, Lakota; Milton Madison, Lone Rock; David Farrow, Lfldyard; Larry Wilhelmi, Bancroft; John Ruger, Fenton; and Stanley Opheim, Whittemore. The VA provides a United States Flag for the burial service for eligible veterans. When the death occurs in a VA hospital, the flag is given to the mortician when the remains are picked up. In other instances, the funeral director secures a flag through the local Postmaster. The two involved complete the required application and transmit it to the Veterans Administration. This system makes it possible to use the flag at the time of interment and to present it to the next of kin as a part of the graveside service. Flags, therefore, cannot be issued by the VA after burial unless unusual circumstances made it impossible to secure the flag in time for the interment rites. The VA also cannot issue a replacement flag. Next of kin who did not receive a flag at the time of burial of an eligible veteran but desire one now should contact the Des Moines VA Center and explain the unusual circumstances. Club Takes Tour Thirteen members of the Union twp. Mother and Daughter Club took a tour through the Lotts Creek cheese factory June 8. Mr. Forbes, manager, explained the manufacture of cheese. The ladies then came back to the Civic Center for a pot-luck dinner NATALIE WOOD AT THE STARLITE POINTING THE WAY — Natalie Wood and Robert Bedford star in the Seven Arts-Ray Stark production. "This Property Is Condemned." a Paramount Picture in Technicolor opening Wednesday at the Drive-In Theatre. and business meeting. They then went to the Auto-Gro tomato Industry where Fred Plumb explained the process. This trip proved especially Interesting as this Is a new Industry In this part of the state. Neva Shlpler was chairman of the tour arrangements and Gwen Haas of the noon meal. Vacation the next two months. 4 From Area Attend Course At Notre Dame Mrs. Dan Engesser, Algona, recently returned from South Bend, tod., where she completed a course of "In training" Instruction at the Center For Continuing Education at Notre Dame University and sponsored by the National Council of Catholic Women. Others in this area were Mrs. Lester Fuchsen, Whittemore; Mrs. L.J. Nemmers, Bancroft, and Mrs. Ervln Ulses, Burt. The Sioux City Diocese delegation was the largest from any diocese at the Institute, Mrs. Engesser is Diocesan Youth Chairman and vice president - elect of Northeast Deanery. We Wish We Had The Answer! This newspaper has received several letters recently regarding the rapidity - or rather lack of rapidity-with which their Upper Des Molnes newspapers are delivered. A letter Wednesday from a subscriber in Springfield, ni. says he now gets his papers from 2 to 4 days later than formerly. Minnesota subscribers who formerly had rapid service are no longer getting it, due to discontinuance of a star route connection north between Ledyard and Blue Earth, Minn, which formerly supplied a fast connecting line northward. Hasn't your family waited long enough? If you have been thinking of a Cadillac for your family, but have postponed making the move — \ve have a suggestion lor you. Visit your Cadillac. 1 dealer and let him show you just how easily a new Cadillac could come into your life. He'll explain how Cadillac's relatively modest purchase price—its legendary dependability — and its incomparable resale value combine to make this motoring's greatest value. And he will be happy to demonstrate the many matchless pleasures that await your family in the Standard of the World. You'll discover its extraordinary comfort, brilliant performance and unexcelled safety and convenience. The car's exceptional roominess makes even the longest family trip a delight — and its steady, level, quiet ride adds rest and satisfaction to every mile. Doesn't your family deserve the very best that motoring can oftei-y The answer, oi course, is at your Cadillac dealer's. He has the car . . . the keys . . . and a number of convincing facts that say your family has waited long enough. GM Your Cadillac dealer has the answer. MARK or EJU.UI.EIICC Cadillac Motoi Car Division SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER'S ATTRACTIVE SELECTION OF NEW AND USED CADILLACS. SCHULTZ BROS. Our Algona postoffice Is dispatching papers as always; they are ail out of the Algona office on Monday and Wednesday evenings. What happens after that none of us are certain! Riverdale Rustlers Riverdale Rustlers Unit II held their 4-H meeting at St. Joseph's school hall. Hostess was Sandra Wagner. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mary Thllges, 4-H pledge by Carrie Thilges. Sister Mary Iva helped pick out pictures for framing. Everyone worked on making a color wheel. The 4-H'ers served the mother- daughter banquet. Guests were Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Marcel Reding, Mrs. Edward Thilges and Mrs. Albert Thilges. The t'.s. Public Health ser- monitors the nation's air, water, soil and foods throughout the year for traces of pesticide polsonlnc. movie c lock ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY - "Red 'Lost Double Feature - Complete Pn>- gram begins 7:30 p. m. Tomahawk" - 7:30 p. m. Command"- 9:05 p. m. SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY- Klddie Matinee-Complete Program begins 1:30 p. m. "Red Tomahawk" - 2 p. m. SUNDAY - Complete Program begins - 1:00 - 3:10 - 5:15 7:00 - 9: 10 p. m. "Funeral In Berlin"-1:30-3:30-5:157:25-9:25. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Program begins 7:00 - 9:10 p. m. "Funeral In Berlin" - 7:30 - 9:25 p. m. STARLITE DRIVE-IN WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY Complete Program begins — 9 p. m. "So Long Baby" 9:10 p. m. "This Property Is Condemned"-11:15 p. m. THURSDAY and SATURDAY- Complete Program begins - 9 p. m. "This Property Is Condemned" - 9:10 p. m. "So Long Bab/' - 11:20 p. m. SATURDAY Mid-nite Show - "Two On A Guillotine" - 1:15 a. m. SUNDAY andTUESDAY-Com- plete Program begins - 9 p. m. "Kisses For My President" 9:10 p. m. "Flight Of The Phoenix"-11;25 p. m. MONDAY - Complete Program begins 9 p. m. "Flight Of The Phoenix" - 9:10 p. m. "Kisses For My President" - 12 a. m. 1011 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IA. ALGONA THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY JUNE 15 - 16 - 17 DOUBLE FEATURE COLUMBIA PICTURES present, At AN ADVENTURE OF MEN AND WOMEN THAT ERUPTS ACROSS THREE CONTINENTS! Production of ALSO PAMMOUMPlCJUflfS /,/,-sun/s Hell bent to head off the West's worst massacre/ WHAWK SATURDAY KIDDIE MATINEE - 1:30 PLUS 3 CARTOONS ni ttlftft » NUUNOIIIIT nciuii MATRON ON DUTY - ALL SEATS 50c SUN. - MON. - TUES. - WED. JUNE 18 - 19 - 20 - 21 t was going to be a lovely funeral. Harry " Palmer just hoped it wouldn't be his... MICHAEL CAINE funeral in Berlin DRIVE-IN WEDNESDAY through SATURDAY JUNE 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 FROM PROPOSAL TO DISPOSAL!. ..ME HAD ONE MOTTO.. "SEX IS HERE TO SiAY"! TONY CURTIS oLon Baby ^^^ CO-STAKRlNG-^ ROSANNA SCHIAFFINO NANCY KWAN ZSAZSAGABOR LIONEL JEFFRIES He's A Lady Killer To Be Reckoned with! AIMP WiTH IT. SHE WAS NOT EVERYBODY* PROPERTY .—- Alva wanted out! Pi AN NOW. ..BEAT OUR MIDNIT Two GulLUtTm$ -or 7 nights in a J^ house of terror -or the unkindest cut of all. tCONNIE STEVENS • DEAN JONES and CESAR ROMERO Mu ,, M ., £> Screenpiiy by Story by Produced and Directed by pAMAViftiON* Henry Slesar and John Kneubghl Henry Sleur William Conrad MtutrrtoBv WARNCJt MOC. SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY JUNE 18 - 19 - 20 2 BIG FEATURES Fred MacMurray Polly Bergen Kisses tar my President The hilarious story of America's first woman President... ^•^^^^•^•M. w imv and just look at the new "First Lady"! • ARLENEDAHL EDWARD ANDREWS! PRESENTED BY WARNER BROS.

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