The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Tuesday, August 29, 1967
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6-Atfleno (la.) Upper DM Molnn Ttmdoy, Aug. 29, 1967 Hereford Reserve Champion THE SECURITY STATE BANK This calf shown by Jack Pompe of Whittemore took honors as reserve champion of the Hereford class at the Kossuth County (UDM Photo by Poundstone) Fair. Eighteen New Vehicles In Kossuth; Week Eighteen new cars and trucks were registered in Kossuth county last week, including one motorcycle. The new owners are: Ford - Martin E. and Barbara J. McGuire, Lakota, pickup; American Oil Co., Algona, truck; Raymond A. Peoppe, Algona, truck; Linda KaySmidt,Titonka; Dennis D. Tjelle, Elmore; Vanda Caecilia Pfeffer, Wesley. Buick - Pearl M. or William Hnery Ricklefs, Titonka; John H. Ricklefs, Titonka; Wayne Koppen, Elmore. Chevrolet - Gilbert D. or Etta DeBoer, Ledyard; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona. Plymouth - Lamont J. or Lota Johnson, Swea City; Patricia A. Conn, Algona. Pontiac - Deanna S. Potthoff, Algona. Mercury - Gerald J. Ferris, Algona. Rambler - lola H. Wicks, Algona. Dodge — Leandor James Seefeld, Wesley. Triumph MC - Donald G. and Gail C. Haase, Algona. I By Mrs. Kenneth Brones If Danny Anderson, son of the Albert Andersons, arrived in Sioux Falls, S.D.Tuesday evening of last week where his family met him at the airport. Danny has just completed boot training at San Diego, Calif. He reports at Great Lakes Naval Training School Sept. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Greear, Rochester, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. George Tobin, East Chain, were Sunday afternoon callers at the William L. Tobin home. Mrs. Greear is a niece of the Messrs. Tobin. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gabel and family of Chilicothe, Mo. visited four days recently with his mother, Mrs. Martin Gabel. Mrs. Douglas Guerdet was honored last week at a coffee party held at the home of Mrs. Floyd Brekke Thursday afternoon. Other guests were Mesdames Earl Preston, Emery Preston, Gordon Burt, Michael Kennedy, Jim Kennedy, Leo Crowley, Francis Torine, Francis Sullivan, James Jensen, Ames, Sister Sharon Sullivan and Marjorie Irmiter and her children. Mrs. Guerdet moved into Armstrong Friday where she will make their home. The Maynard Hurlburts were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hurlburt and family, Fonda. A son, Mick, was there also. He left last Sunday to resume teaching duties at Rapid City, S.D. This will be his second year there where he is coaching and teaches biology. The Maynard Hurlburts called recently at the Eldon Haas home at Lakota. The Art W. Larsons and family spent a week at Spirit Lake. His brother and family, the Ray Larsons and family, Bettendorf, spent a couple of days with them. Mark, son of the Ray Larsons, is staying at the home of the Art W. Larsons while his parents and the Don Martins are vacationing in northern Minnesota. Sunday supper guests at the Art W. Larsons were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiechmann and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goertzen and family, Minneapolis. Mrs. Warren Brones and Mama attended a pre-nuptial shower for Diane Potter at Buffalo Center Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church. Miss Potter will be married to Chas. DeFries Saturday evening. Mrs. Jens Madsen, Mrs. Johnie Tobin and Marjorie, and Mrs. Kenneth Brones were among those from the area to attend a pre-nuptial shower for LuRae Blomster at the Lutheran church at Buffalo Center Tuesday evening of last week. Miss Blomster is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blomster, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Ole Kvamsdale of Swea City. Mrs. Verna Sopavich of Ft. Dodge visited relatives here Monday and Tuesday of last week, Mrs. Sopavich and her sister, Mrs. Bob Barslou, were supper guests of their sister and brother-in-law, the Jens Mad- sens. Development Various sources indicate that the general intelligence of an individual develops as much from conception to age four as it does during the 14 years from 4 to 18. SENECA Mrs. Nina Kracht, who was a patient at the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, the early part of last week, was dismissed Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen attended the wedding of the former's nephew, LeRoy Hansen, Ringsted, AUg. 5, at Mansfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brayton of Algona visited Bertha Olsen Sunday and all drove to Holy Family Hospital at Estherville and visited John Olson, who has been a patient there for several days. Mrs. Alfred Petersen spent last Thursday afternoon at the .Norval Gochenour home at Armstrong and visited their house guest. Thinning It is generally not necessary to thin your paint — but if you need to, be sure to carefully follow the thinning directions on the label. Thin down only the amount of material which is to be used at once. Most paints have the required amount of thinner in the formula, so don't try to "stretch" your paint Meet her Sunday, Sept. 3rd at the Algona Theatre i Put Dollars to Work! The use of Land Bank dollars to expand or modernize your operation could be the key to a brighter future. A low cost Land Bank loan is tailored to fit your needs, designed to help you increase your earning power. Among the advantages—long term (up to 35 years), low interest rate (now 6%) and the privilege of paying in advance without penalty. (South of Penney's in Algona) Preferably Mondays and Wednesdays E. H. HUTCHINS, Manager Helen Haas, Assistant PUBLIC AUCTION Will offer for sole at Public Auction the following described land: Nnes 9« Alto Count, Alto County, Iowa. TU ° f Secti ° n 35 Thir »y-°ne (31) West of the 5th P.M., Palo Consisting of 180 acres, more or less. Sale will take p.ace on premises located 2 miles West and cae me £ mile North of Junction 18 and 44 North of Whittemore. 1 mile North, 2 miles West and tt m ,| e North of Whittemore, Iowa. TIME OF SALE - Friday, September 8, 1967, 1:30 P.M. g B arn848 garage. Barn, 82 x 48 «"•* «- ™ basement. Doub.e 9n' v AW o , x 48; 2 granaries; hog house, 36 ' * «* - TEBMS - »* *r « ** -- * poy »-^,- ---- "-"-^--nati ranty Deed will be furnished purchaser. POSSESSION - Possession will be given March 1, 1968. in C05h on „ aboo , For further information, contact McMahon and Cassel, Algona, Iowa JOSEPHINE DAHLHAUSER CHARLES QUINN, AUCTIONEER, Bancroft, Iowa f . A . IP4 &

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