The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1968 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1968
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OB.) Upp»f Dot Mftfritf Thursday, Feb. 15, 1968 FARMEIS TRUST & SAVINGS H BAN K Bank changes face Farmers Trust and Savings Bank at Lakota has a new look in,,side and out. Exterior improvements during 1967 include a new facade, tuck pointing, and new aluminum windows and doors. Interior upgrading includes a new ceiling, heating and air conditioning equipment, furniture and general redecoration. (Sentinel Photo) Buffalo Center Elevator Plans An Addition Farmers Co-op Elevator Co. of Buffalo Center will build a $215,000 annex to its present elevator, 74 stockholders decided in a special meeting Saturday. The annex will have a capacity of 330,000bushels. Present storage space approaches 550,000 bushels including a 340,000 bushel concrete building and two metal buildings. The concrete annex will be two bins wide. No construction date has been set. A total of 42 stockholders voted in favor of the addition and 32 against it. The stockholders had decided to call a meeting to discuss the possible addition, at which they called for a vote on the proposal. Regular annual meeting is in August. The cooperative has 600 stockholders. Alvin Meinders of Buffalo Center is board president. Other board members include: Marvin. Wessels, vice president; Robert Edwards, secretary- treasurer; John Abels, Jr., Johnnie Doden, Harold Kettwick and Donald Ostermann. Plum Creek Elite The Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club met Saturday Feb. 10 at the home of Dixie Keith. Sandra Zwiefel was chosen queen candidate for Fun Night. The committee for 4-H Day is Patrice Bode, Joyce Gabrielson, Norma Bode, Roberta Zwiefel and Annette Gilbride. Kim Priebe gave a talk on "Guide to Good Eating" and Dixie Keith demonstrated the making of bar cookies. Next meeting will be March 9 at the home of Kim Priebe. Move Is Made LONE ROCK -The post office here recently moved into its new quarters, a building owned by Willard Thompson. The former post office had been rented from the late Fred Schultz for more than 40 years. Acting postmaster is Mrs.SamMcCleishandher assistant is Mrs. John Dixon. Mrs. Rachel Opsa/ ARMSTRONG - Funeral services are pending today for Mrs. Rachel Opsal, 78, of Armstrong. Mrs. Opsal died at 12:15 a.m. today at Holy Family Hospital in Esther ville.Slaba- - Reese Funeral Home In Armstrong is In charge of arrangements. V'atch the CLASSIFIEDS PUBLIC AUCTION As I have taken other employment I will sell my personal property in Irvington. Iowa, located from Algona 4 miles 'south on 169 then 2 miles east, on 9:30 a.m. SAT., FEB. 17th 9:30 a.m. 4TRACTORS 4 JOHN DEERE 420 DIESEL TRACTOR John Deere 4020 dlesel tractor bought new 1966, wide front, flotation tires, power shift, 3 point hitch, less than 1000 actual hours, positive traction. Set of cast dual wheels for 4020. Case field cultivator 11 ft. on rubber. McCormick wagon, 6 ft. x 10 ft. steel barge box, McCormick heavy duty hoist, 4 new 7:50 x 15 tires. J.D. wagon gear with 6 x 10 wood barge box. Iverson wagon gear with 6 x 10 box. Truck gear with 8 X 14 box. Flat bed Implement trailer 8 x 19 with 16 in. duals. J.D. 50 ft. elevator 15 in. JOHN DEERE 70 DIESEL Twin draulic mounted sprayer power, extra good tires. JOHN DEERE A GAS John Deere A gas Baker control, good tires. 70 and A have done very little work since overhauled. MASSEY HARRIS 101 TRACTOR Massey Harris 101 tractor JOHN DEERE MACHINERY J.D. 495 A planter with fertilizer and Insecticide dies openers, cover knives. Planted two crops. J.D.-R.W. tandem disc 13Vaft. J.D, 851 roto type side delivery rake. J.D. 4 row cultivator No. 400 J.D. 3-16 plow 55ABH, all new bottoms and new coulters. J.D. 2-16 plow J.D. 2 row cultivator J.D. 9 ft. windrower P.T.O. J.P. 12A combine with power takeoff. J,D. 12A combine with motor J.P. model L manure spreader in good condition. OTHER MACHINERY I.H.C. 2 M com picker mounted on I.H.C. P 20 tractor Humboldt quick tach loader witb snow bucket, manure bucket, blade, loading boom. Mounts J.D. 70. Humboldt rotary type ettlk chopper 4 section Lindsey harrow, lew er flexible. Koyker hydraulic wagon hoist. Drive on hydraulic hoist and speed jack. MISCELLANEOUS Elevator motor " continental" gas. Real good. 300 gal. fuel barrel Steel stock tank. Pride of the farm combination stock and hog water- er. 2 Pride of the farm hog wa- terers. Cast iron hog pans, petitions, troughs. Norton 14 ft. walk in hog Jet wire winder Steel posts, barbed wire 3 hydraulic cylinders. Steel sheet metal. Stampede cattle oiler Windrow turner Very few small items to be sold, so be there on time. 1961 INTERNATIONAL TANDEM TRUCK with almost new 304 and grain box, 20 ton hoist, good tires. 1958CHEV. V4TON PICKUP grain box, just overhauled radio. TERMS: Cllh, or make arrangements with clerk before file No property to be removed until settled 'for. Not rtiponiible for accidents should any occur. GEORCE E. VITZTHUM, Owner Auctioneers. Leek end Quinn Clerk, Security State Bank of Algona •••••••••••••••••••••MHBBliHl HOD'S • U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET SUPER UALU g—I _ w ««*, n^» i iix***riw r\%»**«fc, i ^^^^^^ SUPER SB&*jPOT«OJ8 Prices effective Thursday through Monday, February 15-19 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED TO GIVE YOU SUPER SERVICE AT SUPER PRICES '-— _Htt ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMMMM_«H^^|^______^ •*••• NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE BUTTERNUT FFEE Coffe« n LB. BAG 100 LB. BAG - $4.79 ROLLS CENTER CUT IPORK CHOPS LOJN PORK ROAST COUNTRY"STYLE"~ " PORK RIBS WHOLE PORKJLpJHS.. WILSON'S KORN KING SLICED BACON LB CAN RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS SUPER VALU FRUIT HEINZ KETCHUP LB, J COCKTAIL 14 oz. bottles 303 CANS SUPER VALU SALTINES t LB. BOX TEXAS CARROTS 1 LB. BAGS SWEETEST, JUICIEST ORANGES In Town! 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BOTTLE 12 oz. can 33< ORANGE JUICE 6 oz. cans EMPRESS MANDARIN ORANGES FLAV.O-RITE FROZEN -Chicken • Turkey • Beef •Tuna SAVE BETTY CROCKER ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX 1 STEP OR 2 STEP ELM TREE FRESH FROZEN STEAKS ____ _ i i\cjn rnv/ ?ic White Bread 3 39 HALIBUT CARDINAL BREADED SHRIMP LB. $ BOX 1.39 FISH STICKS 4 PKOS. $ WESSON COOKING OIL 24 OZ. BOTTLE SUPER VALU - 12 OZ. PRESERVES APRICOT - BLACKBERRY - PINEAPPLE RED RASPBERRY - STRAWBERRY FOR VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS SPAM ; 300 CANS Food Cott It LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. Wt Invite You To Chick Our Rtgular Shtlf Price* & COMPARE SUPER UALU SPAM 12 oz. can ALOONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET I OWNED AND OPERATED Thursday, Peb. IS, 1968 Aigeno (la.) Upper OH MoinM-7 DELPHIAN SOCIETY Delphian Society will meet Feb. 20 at the home of Mrs. G. W. Stillman for a 1:15 dessert luncheon. The program will be given by Mrs. Chet Schoby giving the highlights of the Kossuth County Historical Society. The Delphians will have a display case at the Historical Society home which they will change from time to time. Their first display will be antique glass from the area. - o - TOM ANDERSON WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson returned home after attending the marriage of their son, Tom, to E. Cheryl Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thompson. The wedding took place Feb. 11 at the First Christian Church, Maryville, Mo. Others who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Anderson, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson, Covington, Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Shackelford. The newlyweds will live in Algona and Tom has accepted a position as teller at Iowa State Bank. - o ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs.RaySchilmoeller and Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Kain, Whittemore, went to Granville last Saturday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Schilmoeller's nephew, Ronald Ballard and Jean Klein. - o PLAYED 500 Mrs. Harold Hobson entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. - o SON IS 18 In honor of his eighteenth birthday, Craig Taylor was given a surprise dinner Saturday evening by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor. After dinner at the Country Club, the young folks attended the Valentine Dance at the high school. Guests were Dale Pederson, Don Hagen, Tim Will, Steve Claude, Mark Prieskorn, Bruce Olson, Paul Bell, Mike Dreyer, Steve Voyles, Wendy Gardner, Kathy Chrischilles, Phyllis Moulton, Patti Muckey, Kathy Bixler, Jane Walker, Jill Blanchard, Joyce Gabrielson, Nancy Schmidt, Marne Parrott, Carla Sjogren and the honoree's sister Ann. - o STEWARDESS SCHOOL Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson gave a family dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Dianne, who has been accepted for air stewardess training and has gone to Des Moines. She will go from there to the air base at Lackland Field, San Antonio, Tex. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jens Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pederson and families, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Severson, Gilmore City. MR. AND MRS. David Harig took Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen and Mrs. C. R.Tippin,Storm Lake, to Iowa City Tuesday where Mr. Hansen entered University Hospital for tests. CHURCHES WOMEN of the First Baptist church are meeting Feb. 15. Circle I meets with Mrs. Dale Laws, Mrs. Karl Willason will give the devotions. Circle n meets with Mrs. Don Tietz, Mrs. Irvin Etherington will give devotions. WOMEN of the United Presbyterian church will meet Feb. 15. Circle A, hostess Trella Patterson, assisted by Norma Bailey; B, Delia Pannkuk, assisted by Mrs. Clark Godden; C, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold; D, Mrs. Hal Long. MARINERS Club of the Presbyterian church will meet Feb. 18 for a 6:30 pot-luck supper. Guests may be invited and guest speaker will be Ian Davison, exchange student from Australia. WOMEN of the Methodist W.S.C.S will meet Feb. 15 as follows: May, Mrs. Don Jones; June, Mrs. Ervin Handel; Sept., Mrs. Clarence Hunt; Oct., Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom; Nov., Mrs. John Cash; Dec., Mrs. Ronald Peck; Feb., Mrs. William Noland; March, Mrs. Vern McClure; April, Mrs. Effie Teeter. THE Algona Ministerial Union met Feb. 11 at the Johnson House. AT 7:30 Tuesday, the Commission on Missions met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, chairmen. THE Methodist Men's Father and Son banquet was held Wednesday, Feb. 14. Hurt In Service Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz received a call from their son, Danny, Monday at 3 a.m. from Japan. Danny, stationed in Vietnam where he was a cook, received second degree burns on his face, hands and arms when a stove exploded in the mess hall kitchen. He is in a hospital in Japan recuperating and expects to come home about Feb. 20. 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