The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1967
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t-Algorm (la.) Upper DM MolnW Thursday, Nov. 30, 1967 Wins $25 In Contest Steve Voyles, at right above, senior at Algona high, was the winner last week of $25 in the Standard Oil Super-Pro contest, in progress nationwide. He thus far is the highest in cash from among about 100 area winners. Of course everybody is shooting for one of those free Mustangs. Chuck Behr of Algona is presenting Steve his check. The Super-Pro contest runs to February 15. 23 Students Give Recital At Ottosen recital. Those taking part were Steven and Debbie Jones, Jana Wehr- spann, Diane Fuller, Nancy and Diane Telford, Carol Johnson, Michele Harms, Jackie and Melanie Mogler, Cindy, Kim and Kristie Struthers, Janece Sch- OTTOSEN- Mrs. Richard Kinseth presented her students in a piano recital Saturday night at the Lutheran church. Fifty- one persons attended, 23 of them were students. Coffee and assorted cookies, brought by the students, were served after the Planning A V Christmas Party? We still have some choice dates available for Christmas Parties. Catering by Mrs. Edna Potratz. ALGONA HOTEL Algona, Iowa midt, Jennifer Watnem, Yvonne, Rhonda and Karla Banwart, Linda LeMont, Bonnie and Brends Jacobson, and DeAnn and Debbie Bruellman. - o - Mrs. Chris Anderson came home Monday from Lutheran Hospital after having surgery. Friday, she had to return to the hospital, but is now feeling better, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofte- berg and Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann visited her Sunday night. Mrs. Loran Daniel accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Spencer to Blairsburg Wednesday where they attended funeral services for a cousin, Francis Powers, 72. This was a happy weekend for Mrs. Anna Longseth. Her son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Longseth of Longmont, Colo, were weekend guests. Sunday, Mrs. Longseth's other four children with their families met them at Bode for dinner. Nineteen persons attended. Other family members were Mr. and Mrs. Art Longseth of Manchester and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Longseth and family of Ft. Madison and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Longseth and family of Story City, also Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lemke of Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Longseth and Mrs. Karen Schutte and daughter of Bode. Joe Longseth celebrated a birthday and his sister, Mrs. Lemke, baked a cake for him. Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Roy Telford worked with Mrs. Essie Cooper at her home Tuesday and Friday. They were making items to be sold at the Historical Society Bazaar which will be Dec. 5. Geraldine Kropf, Chicago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kropf of Bode, spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf were Sunday visitors at the Marvin Kropfs and with their granddaughter, Geraldine. Sara Usher, who attends Iowa State University, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher, until the Sunday after Thanksgiving. This is the quarter break. Howard Zeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman, went to the British West Indies during his Thanksgiving vacation to do scuba diving. His physical education instructor from Iowa State University accompanied the group and Mr. Zeman will re- ACTION After a very pleasant vacation last week, AHS students have to assume their "slavery" at the good old AHS "Warehouse." Too bad some of the wrestlers had strict weight programs during turkey day. . .Does this program include Brad Farnham and Gary Gade? - o - In a little junior high action last week, the 7th and 8th grade basketball teams played their first games of the season hosting Britt. The 7th grade won by a huge margin but the going got tough in the 8th grade game with the Bull- puppies losing by a couple of points. They were led by Lance Mueller, who poured in 20 points and stole the ball repeatedly. - o - Lana Bishop and her fine senior volleyballers rolled over a group of juniors led by ace Karla Sjc- gren last week by a score of 44-19. And in the last game of the night, the freshmen squeaked by the mixed junior and sophomore girls 45-30. Maria Wittkopf led the freshmen to the victory While the playing of the Schnell girls was outstanding. - o - Hey, Mr. Kueck! What wasthe worthy reason for the bake sale after school, Tuesday? - o - During last Friday morning's varsity basketball practice, the boys got to play against a couple of tough former Algona grads from U.N.L Yes, it was "Sweet Sam" (Bill Boldridge) and Brocke Laws, who both play college ball at Cedar Falls. - o - Students are awaiting Christmas vacation now that Thanksgiving has slipped by. They can hardly wait for the annual talent show just before school is dismissed. Will the Fabulous "Sounds" appear at this gigantic concert or not? We're anxiously waiting to find out. ceive credit in P.E. for his diving. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waechter of West Bend entertained their card club Sunday night. James Banwart had high score for men and Henry Lauck, Jr. low, Mrs. James Banwart had high score for women and Mrs. Gerald Hoffman, low. Ronald Ellingson and Marlene Mellingen of Minneapolis were weekend guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrs- pann helped their son, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wehrspann and family, move to Bird Island, Minn. Friday and Saturday. Three couples celebrated wedding anniversaries Saturday night with a dinner at Charlies Supper Club, Algona. They were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meyer of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greene of Manson and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Whatever your reason for buying a car, you'll find It with '68 Coronet. Family-size. Good looks. Comfort. Performance. Economy. Or luxury. Customize it any way you want it. Your choice of 17 colors, 7 great engines, 14 models and 73 options. Yet its most irresistible feature is the price tag those Good Guys have placed on Coronet. Very low, in the best Dodge Boys' tradition. '68 DODGE CORONET Here is where the cure is! PERCIVAL MOTORS, INO. 800 SO. PHILLIPS ST., ALGONA, IOWA See AFL Football Sundays on NBC. Check your local listings for exact time and station. BOYS AUTHOWttO OEALfH tf fe CHRYSLER Morons CORPORATION CORD SETS REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE WHY TAKE CHANCES? BRING YOUR APPLIANCE IN TODAY! QUICK INEXPENSIVE SAFE REPLACEMENT PRATT ELECTRIC 104 N. J^nes - Algonc Phone 295-5326 English teacher: "Name two pronouns." Student: "Who, me 1" Capitol jargon for this week: A guitar is referred to as a "box;" When you've been "burned," you've made some bad purchases. if vou can't write it and sign f -fl- it don't say it. NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DESMOINES PUB. CO. Watnem. Mrs. Oscar Williams visited at the home of her daughter, the Chad Coopers at Ankeny, and at the home of her sister, Mrs. Marie Milligen, Des Moines. She was gone from Monday until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kratz of Bertha, Minn, uncle and aunt of Gerald Hoffmann, were Sunday dinner guests at the Hoffman home. Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Pflibsen and family of Bode were Monday night visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson. They celebrated Mr. Olson's birthday which was the next day. Mr. and Mrs. Nick DeFrancisco of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Lanning of Bradgate were Sunday supper guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Wehrspann of Corona, HI., were weekend guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers of Algona and Mrs. Albert Thorsen were Sunday night lunch guests of Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrs- pann were Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Tofteberg home. .Margaret Holt was a Sunday visitor at the Floyd Holt and George Bonacker homes, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards called on Mrs. Caroline Telford at Rolfe Sunday and at the Ben Lehnus home. 7 Students At Garrigan Named To Math Club NORMAN, OKLA., — Seven students at Garrigan High School were honored recently by election to Mu Alpha Theta, international high school and junior college mathematics club. Sister M. Jane, O.S.F., is the sponsor for the Garrigan High School club of Mu Alpha Theta. The outstanding students who have earned the honor of membership are: Timothy Boekelman, Thomas McQuire, Cheryl Hillburg, Richard Elbert, Ruth Neppl, Mary Becker, and Darrell Lentsch. Christmas needs CHILDREN . . . SANTA CLAUS .,. and MONEY! Open your 1968 Christmas Club Account NOW! Children might not understand what meniy hat to do with Christmas, sine* Santa brings everything ... but you know! Wouldn't it be nice to pay for all those gifts in cash ... and have no bills in January? Here's how: SAVE EACH WEEK $ .50 1.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 HAVE NEXT CHRISTMAS $ 25.00 50.00 100.00 150.00 250.00 500.00 Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. INSURED! All Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AND 6-MONTH INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES FARM AUCTION As I am going full time with Pioneer Seed Corn I will sell my personel property on the farm located 3 miles north, ! 3 /4 miles west of Luverne, Iowa, or 5 miles south of Algona on 169, then 5 miles east, I'/i miles south, then first place east on north side of road or 8 miles south and 1 % miles west of Sexton on 12:30 TUES., DEC. 5 12:30 Lunch on Grounds International Power Machinery 2 TRACTORS 2 International Model 560 Gas Tractor, fast hitch, good tires and paint, real sharp, bought new in 1963. Wheel weights for 560. 1948 Formal! H Tractor, with M & W pistons in good condition. IHC 2 MH picker, grease bank, blower, new snoping rollers a year ago, new husking bed and new gathering chains this fall. IHC model 540,4 botto mplow. 1 year old, plowed less than 200 acres. IHC No. 37,13 ft. 6 in. wheel tandem disc. IHC No. 26 stalk cutter. IHC. No. 30 tractor manure spreader in good condition. IHC No. 444 corn planter, with fertilizer attachment. IHC No. 448 cultivator, mounts 560. IHC 64 combine, hume reel. Good canvas and pickup. IHC 25V 7 ft. power mower. IHC 3 bar tractor side delivery. IHC endgate seeder. IHC Cub Cadet 7 H.P. power lawn mower in real good condition. IHC 18ft. straight disc. IHC 1 way hydraulic cylinder. Other Machinery Schultz 4 row rotary hoe, in good shape. Kovar 16 ft. spring tooth. Stan hoist manure loader. Kewanee 4 section lever drag. Noble mounted sprayer and hand boom. Super snoot for M Formal). Clinton 5 ton farm nailer with 5! j ft. x 91 2 ft. wood barge box, 5 ton hoist, 6:00 16 in. tires. To be sold as a unit. Pavid Bradley 4 ton farm trailer with 6:50 x 15 in. tires. Old beet wagon. J. D. overhead wagon hoist gnql cradle. Owatonna 12 in. tractor mounted post hole auger. Has dug less than 100 holes. 2 wheel trailer with box. 3'/2 in. 2 way hydraulic cylinder 12 x 38 tractor chains. Speed jack. BUILDINGS, ETC. 12 ft. x 20 ft. 6 pen portable hog house, 2 in. floor, cedar shingle roof, in good condition. 10 ft. x 14 ft. old brooder house. 10 ft. x 12 ft. walk in hog feeder in good condition. 3-16 ft. feed bunks. Pride of the Farm rotary hog feeder. New Big Chief 15 bu. hog feeder. 4 Jamesway 10 hole metal nests. 5 hanging chicken feeders. 1-8 gal. chicken waterer with electric heating element. Small steel water tank. MISCELLANEOUS 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand, Hog loading chute. Tractor radio, 1 year old, for 6 or 12 volt system. Portable air compressor and 50 ft. of hose. Pet '/z in. electric drill and bits. Orte self propelled power mower. Cob tank heater, Acetylene welder and tanks, Tox-o-wick cattle oiler, Oil burning brooder stove, 6— 6:00 x 16 in. good used tires, Child's swing set, Socket set, 24 in. boy's bicycle, Nobel bale fork, 100 ft. trip rope, Electric fencer and posts. Household Goods Old oak oblong table with leaves, High chair, chest of drawers, some fruit jars, some tools and many items too numerous to mention. 44 real good crossbred fall pigs. 20 heavy feeder hogs. FEEDS 600 bales first curing alfalfa. 500 bales first cutting red clover and ol- fglfa. 150 bales straw. All hay and straw in barn in good shape. 65 tons of good 100 bu. corn silage in upright silo. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for Occidents should any occur. Elmer Youngworth, Owner CLERK: Iowa State Bank. Algono AUCTIONEERS: Qyinn gnd Leek

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