The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1967 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 29, 1967
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Shows Reserve Champ Angus SECURITY STATE BANK Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper De* MolnM—7 Twenty-three first place, ten second place, and one third place awards were given the Lu Verne Live wires girls 4-H Club exhibits at the Kossuth County Fair In Algona. KB54 FIELD PROVEN HOUSING (Avoilablt with Mogntl • high capacity! • (or the big silos! • unexcelled (or haylage! Capturing the 4-H reserve champion Angus award at the Kossuth County Fair in Algona was this calf ownedby Dennis Berte of Bode. (UDM Photo by Poundstone) [PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Filch ' Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christensen went to Fort Dodge Friday where they attended the funeral of the boys' great aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Herbon and family of Willimette, HI. spent four days last week in the Errin Elmers home. Mr. Herbon is a brother of Mrs. Elmers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Kathy and Janet of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms of Titonka spent Saturday evening Aug. 19 In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms to help Mrs. Harms celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Effie Teeter and granddaughter, Stephanie Teeter of Bloomington, HI., Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy and Sandra Lovstad were Friday visitors in the Edmund Larson home. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mrs. Ole Frendahl visited George Hix In the Britt hospital Sunday. They also visited Mrs. Leona Weiland. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller of Graettinger spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests in the Tom Trenary home and also visited Tom at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. Mrs. Frank J. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Murphy, Linda and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mark, Paul, Jeffrey and Laurie of Des Moines, Dean and Barbara Ponthon of St. Paul visited at the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dugan and Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Decker were Sunday dinner guests In the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Dugan and Ward returned to Elwood after spending the summer at the Melvin Alts, parents of Mrs. Dugan. Mr. Dugan will teach in Elwood the following term. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreason were guests Saturday evening at a chicken barbecue at the Victor Fitchs. Mrs. Julia Reynolds, Mrs. Flo- rence Reynolds and Mrs. Lester Hagen called at the Govern home Saturday. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson, July 20 at the Britt hospital, weighing 11 Ibs., 3 oz. He was named William Ralph. William has two brothers and a sister. Recent visitors in the Ralph Carlson home were cousins of Mrs. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baldwin of Sioux Falls, So, Dak. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mullarkey and family of Moline, m. "The nature of seed is to multiply; be careful, therefore, what you sow!" More Students College and professional school enrollment in the U. S. has increased 70 per cent since 1960, according to the U. S. Department of Commerce. In 1960, there were 3.6 million students in this group; now, the total is 6.1 million. Put your time in our expert hands Your watch will be back on its old accurate time- track after our experts' precision adjustments. JEWEUR AMERICAN «(** SOCIETY ^ Stripling family reunion was held August 19 LU VERNE-A family reunion was held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Jesse Stripling with a picnic dinner. Attending were Mrs. Stripling's children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Stripling of Manning, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stripling of Montesuma, Iowa, Miss Sandra Stripling of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kassel of Grand Meadow, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Arends, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Stripling of Lu Verne, and Mike at home. This is the first .time in eight years the children of Mrs. Jesse and the late Mike Stripling have been together. Another daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Tobey and children of Readlyn, were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dlmler of Albany, N. Y., have returned home after spending a week in the parental Ralph Dlmler home Gordon, who attended school in Lu Verne, was an army career man and has since retired from the service. A family gathering was held at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy in honor of Homer Curran, who was visiting from Sunnyvale, Calif., Sunday with 40 in attendance. Towns represented were Minneapolis, Minn.; Britt, Ames, Mason City, Ft. Dodge, Humboldt, and Lu Verne, Iowa. Mrs. BUI Berryhill and sons left Saturday for their home in Saudi Arabia after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Berryhill is the former Ellen Gronbach, Army Private Edward L. Bristow, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow, of Lu Verne, completed an eight-week general supply course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., August 4. He was trained in maintaining stock records for the receipt and issue of supplies and materials. He also learned typing and general administration procedures and storing of various Army supplies. ^WWUWWWyWWW%WrVWVW^^ , Tho hip. blower tliat has proven itself on the big silos. It's field proven. • SHAKER PAN Prevents build up in hopper. Wads are loosened. Smoother ensiliic.e 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 Alqona DEALIN' WILD! Until all 1967 Ramblers and Oldsmobiles are gone we are "deal- in 9 wild" to clear out all 1967 stock. Special discounts on the base price of some cars of up to S500 plus liberal trade allowances. Don't be misled by other offers, Shop the deal and see DAU'S last! WILLIAM F. DAU - TOM FRANKL ft WILLIAM C. OAU at your service DAU'S GARAGE 125 So, Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 296-6144

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