The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 12, 1967 · Page 3
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Rites Held For Mrs. Anderson At Swea City I LuVERNE trophy was awarded to the County Champion and the other entrants were awarded beautiful ribbons at the Champions' Recognition Dinner held recently at Austin. Bertha Anderson, 69, Swea City, lifelong resident of Kossuth county, died at 2:50p.m. Monday, Dec. 4, in Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. She had been ill only one day. Funeral services for her were held Thursday at 2 p.m. in Immanuel Lutheran Church, Swea City, with Rev. Julius Peterson officiating. Burial followed at Harrison township cemetery and Reese-Henry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were A. B. Tweeten, Wm. Thompson, Weldon Brandt, Anton Andersen, Roy Valvick, and Elmer Jorgensen. Bertha Ellman, daughter of Jake and Tina Wagner Ellman, was born at LakotaNov. 28,1898, and graduated from Swea City High School in 1918. She married Arthur E. Anderson atMan- kato, Minn. July 24,1918 and they farmed for many years in the Swea City area, moving to town in 1956 following retirement. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, L.C.W., and the American Legion Auxiliary. Survivors include her husband; four children, Albert and Robert, Swea City; Eddie, Sioux Falls; and Betty (Mrs. Alvin Nelson), Boulder, Colo.; 10grandchildren; and a brother, Albert Ellman, Chetek, Wise. Her parents and one daughter preceded her in death. Annual Meeting Land Bank Ass'n Set For Feb. 7 The Board of Directors of the Federal Land Bank Association of Algona have set Wednesday, February 7, 1968, as Annual Meeting date for stockholders of the association. The evening meeting will be held at the Burt High School gymnasium with dinner to be served by the Burt Band Mothers to. members and wives and invited guests, and entertainment in addition to the normal business meeting. Members of the association are farmers in Kossuth county who have Federal Land Bank loans through the Algona association. 146.9 Bu. Corn Wins Trophy, Harold Olthoff Harold Olthoff of Lakota; Lucy Lofstrom and son, Armstrong; Melz Bros., Lakota; Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Floyd Bode, Algona; and Dale Johnson, Corwith, have been named champion corn growers in Kossuth county, it was announced by Farmers Hybrid Seed Corn Company of Hampton, sponsors of this contest. The records that brought honors to these men show the application of sound land management practices and the use of adapted hybrid varieties. Harold Olthoff produced 146.9 bushels per acre; Lucy Lofstrom and son produced 144.9 bushels; Melz Bros, produced 143.0bush- els; Charles Nygaard produced 142.9 bushels; Floyd Bode produced 140.9 bushels and Dale Johnson produced 139,9 bushels. These yields are adjusted to a uniform basis of 15-1/2% moisture. A personalized, engraved Mr. and Mrf. Wm. Goetsch were suppei guests Tuesday night at the Jon Putnam home, Algona. Later in the eveing, guests for Mrs. Putnam's birthday were the Duane Rileys and David and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Algona, and Darrell Ristau. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dawson of Corwith spent Saturday and Sunday at Nevada, Mo., visiting their niece, Gretchen Zentner, a student at Cotty College. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leistikow. The occasion was to celebrate Mr. LeistikoVs birthday. The Tuesday, Dec. 12, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine*-3 evening was spent playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fisher left Saturday for Utica, HI., to spend a few days in the home of Mr. Fisher's sister. Mrs. Eunice Blake is a patient at Mercy Hospital, Mason City. Prairie Farmers The regular meeting of the Prairie Future Farmers 4-H Club was brought to order by- President Robert Bernhardatthe Corwith Lutheran Church. Mike and Mark Fett were hosts for this November 20 meeting. Mike Fett and Mark Fett gave talks. Congratulations go to Colleen iVied- zielski who had the top senior record book in Uie county. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES. MCGREGOR STREET & HIGHWAY 169 LGONA. IOWA SHOP HOLIDAY'S BIG TOY DEPARTMENT : TONKA TOYS Dump trucks __ $4.99 & $2.44 Jeeps 99c Cor Carriers $3.44 Bulldozer $1.99 Pickup truck $1.66 Wagoneer & trailer __ $1.99 Crane $8.99 Loader $6.44 Wrecker $3.44 Construction set $6.44 BE SURE TO SHOP OUR GAME DEPARTMENT. GAMES FOR ALL AGES I BIG BURGER GRILL Real cooking with electric light bulb. Safe & educational. 12 mixes with kit. $8.99 STUFFED ANIMALS All types, sizes in wild colors. Big assortment. 99c - $1.99 $2.99 V-RROOM! Booster Engine for trikes and bikes no batteries. 99c PLAYHOUSE Goldilocks & 3-Bears Toy for pre-schoolers. $2.66 The Farmer Says' SEE 'N SAY BY MATTEL • Pre-Schaol toy that ttochti by talking I • Pull tilt talking ring and tht animals talk • Stif-itanding, mad. al iturdy, Hi-impact •lattic $4.99 GIVE-A-SHOW PROJECTOR Battery operated, 112 color slides of cartoon characters. $3.29 BUSY BOX 10 fun activties on safe playpen toy. Ages 6 mo. to 3 yrs. $3.29 Make-Believe Telephone Attractive little princess phone with dial, cord-so little princesses can talk on the telephone just like mother. 66c PLAYSKOOL STACKING PYRAMID Colored rings safe and educational. Ages 1-3. 77c PLAYSKOOL BLOCKS Kiddie's favorites, aid to learning. $2.44 OTHER MODELS $1.59 & $4.99 MINI- TOBAGGON 3 ft., durable for small kids. $3.99 SLEDS TOBAGGONS SAUCERS

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