The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1967 · Page 33
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Kossuth Cherry Pie Recipe Wins Colorado Bank's Contest > • • ; 1 - WHEN IT COMES TO BAKING A CHAMPIONSHIP Cherry Pie, just leave it to the ladies from Kossuth County! And it doesn't make any difference whether they bake it in Kossuth County or in Colorado. Pictured above is Mrs. Elgena Young, daughter of Mrs. Mary Kain of Algona, who has a number of brothers and sisters in this area also, as she accepted a $50 bill (thaf s U. S. Grant in the middle) for baking the best cherry pie in a contest conducted by the Arvada State Bank of Arvada, Colo., a suburb of Denver. The bank president is presenting the check in the climax of a contest conducted along with a bank anniversary. While we tried to get the recipe, local relatives did not seem to have it, but Mrs. Young lives at 11025 W. 65th St., Arvada. That's the pie being held by Mrs. Young that won the $50. Busch Reunion Attended By Ledyard Folks LEDYARD - The Busch reunion was held at Fairmont Sunday. Those from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch, Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Busch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lloyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lloyd and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Busch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Busch and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson and family, Mr. and Mrs, John Manthei, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Busch, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schiltz and family, Mrs. Freida Busch, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Busch and Kaylyn, Mr. and Mrs, Merville Busch and Ranelle and Mr. and Mrs. Daris Mulkin. - o - Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier, Mrs. Olga Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schwartz, Jim and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith, Greg and Kristie, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson, Randy, Vincent and Laura, Mr. and Mrs. Art Doocy and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Lome Clayton and Agnes Domhardt were at the Irvin (Jack) Smith home, rural Armstrong, to help David celebrate his 16th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog and Nancy, and Mrs. Ann Toger- sen attended an Anderson family gathering Sunday in honor of Mrs. 'Togersen's youngest sister, Mrs. Elsie Chrisinger, her niece, Mrs. Norman Mug, and a sister-in- law, Mrs. Alice Anderson, Carmen and Max at the home of another niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vierkant, rural Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burrow went to St. Paul Saturday to visit at the home of their son and family, the Ernest Burrows. SK3 Derald and Mrs. Goetz left Friday for their home in Long Beach, Calif, after spending three weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz, and with her parents, the Harley Rushers in Bancroft. Nancy Herzog returned home Thursday after spending a few days in St. Paul with her sister Betty. While there she helped Betty move to a new apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingel, Mrs. Virgil Loucks and Mrs. Maurice Pingel were in Mankato Wednesday night where they attended the senior vocal recital presented by their daughter, Linda Sook. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gelhaus are the parents of a daughter, born June 2 at the Blue Earth hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs., 12 oz., and has been named Christi. She is the second child for the Gelhauses. They also have a son, Jeffrey. Her father is also a medical patient at the Blue Earth hospital. LuVERNE Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom Evening Star Circle of the LuVerne Methodist church met Thursday evening with Mrs. Vera Thorn. There were 29 present, which included, besides members, their husbands, house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torgerson and Mr. and Mrs. Osborn Granseth, Sacramento, Calif., and three other guests. Devotions were given by Mrs. Marvel Eggleston. Mr. and Mrs. Granseth showed pictures of their trip to Norway and Paris. Mrs. Richard Lann and daughters and Mrs. Harry Naffziger and David went to Peoria, ni. to get her mother, Mrs. Catherine Wagner. She will spend two weeks with the Naffzigers. While on their trip they visited Mrs. Lillian Naffziger and Eugene in Deer Creek, Mich., and other relatives and friends. Circle I of the LuVerne Methodist church met with Mrs. Duane Neal and co-hostess, Myrtle Eggleston. They had election of officers: chairman, Lucille Legler; co-chairman, Feme Neal; secretary, Lena Biesemeyer; treasurer, Laura Zwiefel; finance, BerniceCox; membership, Lucinda Stone; wjrld bank, Mabel Shorey; local church, Violet Goetsch; publicity, Donna Nelson; lest-we- forget, Myrtle Eggleston. Clara McClellan had devotions and Mabel Shorey had the lesson. Circle H met with Mrs. Dorothy Jergensen with 11 memberspre- sent. Minnie Davidson had devotions. There was election of officers: Mrs. Dorothy Jergensen, chairman; Mrs. Goldie Guess, co-chairman; Eunice Black, finance; secretary and treasurer, Betty Johnson; membership, Melinda Swanson; world bank, Ella Weber; publicity, Eunice Blake; local church,Martha Wolf; spiritual life, Marjory Shelton; lest-we-forget, Minnie Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle went to Des Moines Thursday afternoon. They visited Mrs. Merkle's brother, Earl Lehman. Friday morning they left for Stratton, Colo, where they attended the wedding of Lynn Scheierman, a former roommate of their daughter. After the wedding, they are going to Grand Junction, Colo, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Hamilton. June 25, they are going to Denver to attend the Merkle family reunion. Carl Markle will be the host. He Is a brother of Fred. They plan to visit other friends and relatives on their way home. They plan to be gone approximately three weeks. Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert and Mrs. Jim Lenz visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blake, Walthill, Nebr., over the weekend. = WESLEY cago was an overnight guest at Mrs. Helen Youngwirths and the Luke Youngwlrths recently. Donna Bleich left over the weekend for Des Moines where she will attend summer school at Drake University. Thursday, June 15, 1967 AI0ena (la.) Upper DM Moinftl— 1 Diane Robinson drove to Chicago last week where she is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith. Her brother, Jackie Robinson, is a guests of the Smiths, also. The hair coloring Industry estimates that 38 per cent of all American women color their hair. The modern cigar-making machine produces 620 stogies an hour. 1 By Mrs. Viola Studer s Louis Simpson, Dr. Jongewaard, John Youngwirth, Wm. Koppen and Vern Olson spent several days over Memorial Day weekend on a fishing trip to Island Lake, Minn. Kathy Knutson, 10-year-old daughter of the resort owners, the Carl Knutsons, came to Wesley with the fishermen and is a house guest of the Simpsons, who will take her home June 16. The city swimming pool opened Sunday. Mrs. Julia West is head guard, assisted by Kathy Morz of Algona, and Carol Root. Many Wesleyans attended the R.E.A. meeting in Humboldt Tuesday evening, June 6. Chas. Nygaard was re-elected as a board member. Richard Madsen and Bill Goetz were on the nominating committee. Ralph Weir won a transistor radio and Andrew Reising, a tractor radio. Harley Haynes of Ft. Worth, Tex., came by plane Thursday to spend the weekend with his father, P. C. Haynes, a resident of Westview Retirement Home at Britt, and his mother, Mrs. P. C. Haynes, who is recuperating from surgery at home. Harle/s wife has been with her mother-in-law for two weeks and will remain another week. Father Ellas Koppert of Chi- HELP WANTED MEN & WOMEN - BOYS & GIRLS FOR CONTRACT DETASSELIN6 290 Acres of Seed Com to detassel within 3 miles of Algona as wet! as other locations. If you are interested in about two weeks work during a period from about July 5th to August 10th, contact the plant office now so arrangements can be made best suited for you. PIONEER HI-BRED CORN COMPANY ALGONA PHONE 295-2481 GOOD NEIGHBORS KNOW TO 1 AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY | Meet Bob Buscher Of Algona Our Country Neighbor this week is Bob Buscher, who farms four miles west of Algona on McGregor street road. Born at Humboldt, Bob moved to Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher, Sr., in 1941. Bob farms 350 acres with approximately 125 acres in corn, 125 in beans and the balance in hay and pasture. His farming operation isn't limited to grain only, as he raises around 180 head of hogs per year and has 20 stock cows with calves as well. Bob and his wife, the former Jeanett Kunz of Curlew, have three children at home, Linda, who has just completed her freshman year at State College of Iowa; Becky, who will be a sophomore at Garrigan High next year; and Jerry, a St. Cecelia's 4th grader. With the recent rains, Bob has been able to partake of his favorite hobby - fishing - more than usual, but with the coming of dryer weather, Bob says the fishing will have to be left to someone else. Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Heating Sheet Metal Gas or Oil Units Pumps Water Systems Complete Fixtures Phone 295-3640 ALGONA Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS SALES & SERVICE Phone 295-3501 ALGONA BRADY BUSCHER BROTHERS pack twelve years of experience and knowledge into their location on North Main Street. Gib and Dick Buscher know the wants and needs of area farmers. They handle only the very best in farm equipment . . . brand names you know and trust . . . including Minneapolis-Moline, Kelly-Ryan, New Idea, Papec and Knipco. Stop in and see BUSCHER BROTHERS today! BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No, Main Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3588 Buscher Brothers Imp). Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan — Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Sales • Services • Friendly & Courteous Always N. Main St. Phone 295-3451 Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY & SERVICE Ixjcated easl of Algona on highway IB. Phone 295-3561 ALGONA Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires GEHL STANHOIST OLIVER CMC trucks FIRESTONE tires Phone 295-2421 ALGONA

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