The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
Page 10
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Corn Is Crop 'GoaUossuth • - r — The Kossuth County .Crop appeal for 1961 IS underway Under the, direction of the County Crop ChatfrHan, Rev, fivari Routh, of thV'Gtiod Hope Metho,dist cHUrch. - Vice-chairman fs Rev. Victor Vriesen of the Evan- .gclical -ana Reformed church, JjOdyard. At' the *'•* " "" " eld in Burt on Meeting ;esday evening Oct. 10, G,, H. McMullen Of the Bui-t Savings Bank was named treasurer for the County committee and J. L. Miller of the Burt Coop Elevator-was named Commodity chairman. The folowlng township chairmen were named: Burt — Robert Angus, Burt! Plum Creek Twp.—-Glen Gabrielson, Sexton: Wesley Twp. — Rev. R. G. Jones. Wesley; Union Twp. — Karl Kiilsholm, Algona; Springfield Twp. area around Ledyard — Rev. Victor Vriesen, Ledyard. Several other townships -are in the process of organization and it is expected their chairmen wilj i-'-be announced:within a few days, i National CROP week is Nov. 12-10. The Kossuth County CROP appeal has been set for Monday, Nov. 13 to be completed by Nov. 18. A goal of 2 car loads of corn or 3000 bushels or its equivalent has been set for Kossuth County. Numerous ; churches will take cash offerings in addition to the commodity offering contributed by the farmers in the qbunty. ••-.-,, Organize New KiwanisClub AtRingsted * Ringsted' ^- Rin'gsted has organized ,a Kiwanis club with Charles Valley, high school principal, as president. Rudy Christensen is vice president; Rev. Gordon Miller secretary and Sor- eh Hoien, treasurer. The board of directors consists of Owen Anderson, Carl Bcnsen, Allen Glas- happ, Gordon Howe, KennetD Peitersen, W. D. Petersen- and Ordean Tow. The Legion club room was selected as the meeting place every Wednesday evening from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. and the Legion Auxiliary will serve the dinners. !r Joe Epler, International organizer, Seattle, Wash, conducted the meeting . and explained the functions of'Kiwanis. Six members from Estherville. and nine members from Armstrong were present at the first meeting Wednesday evening. WESLEY Mrs- Studef care. Mesddmes Methodist Youth Fellowship Wet Surtaay"ln'!h6'!bhdfles N£ guard horrti;; BeVotions' W6«j led by Marl^efl Hatr and' the lesson was given by Chris jNygtfard and Vickie Detmerlng. ' Mrs. Hazel Gardes,*entered Mercy-" hSipiitH, Ma^on'Clty, Oct. 13 for. 6bservation. and fmedicajl Roberi; v Chamber^ Joe $kdw, Geo. Seaberg, Robert Bolerieu's, Gleh Gabflelson anip Charles Nygaard joined 72 other Farm Bureau Women from Kossuth county on a chartered bus trip to Minneapolis Oct. 11. Air. and Mrs Lowell Erdma^i and sons, Lindsay and Paul Steven, Decorah, were weekend guests of his mother Mrs. Paul Erdmaii. They and Diane Robin? son were 'Sunday dinner guests of. Mrs. Veva Lease. Sunday guests in the WiK Martlnek home in honor of Mrs Martinek's birthday. and-MQrt % " 'eHaftd,' aftd" his of Everly, MrV'attd Mts, Gfary HUtchins of , Memphis, fcenh. Mrs. Louise Mechler of Tltohka a»d Mi's. Carl Pb6te'.6t Algeria/' 14 members of the Methodist Metfs group had charge of laymen's day services Sunday in the .Methodist church. Speaker! man Wise.' Devdtiotts were*.!* charge o'f Thero'rf ^ahsfeft' 1 an? Carl Arnold. The men formed the ch6rus and sang a special number.' Yo Yo Club will hold their first meeting of the season Oci 25'at the church, parlors. Hostk will be Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hem;- mingsen, Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Wier, Mr. and Mrs. Theron Haiij- sen arid Mrs. Veva Lease. Gloria Wise of Jesup spent thj- weekend at the parental Herman Wise home. Katheryn Marie was born Oct. 7 to Mr. and Mrs Ray Pennine n the Britt hospital. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly lad as their guests pet. 14 Mr; and Mrs. Alan Perau and family if Austin, Minn. Mrs. L. J. Root arrived home Sunday from St. L'ouis where she had spent JvWeeks at the ham elMjef* flfiifhtef, Mrs. .Riehm MurtKy, afitf family, John RTcn* artTwfis fe6rn 16 the young le Oct. 12. They alio daughter, Mary Teresa, who wa one year old Oct. 15, M^'aWMrs. Harold Lukeffe Minneapolis .'.visited his Sistei Mrs. Viola Studer, here and thel mother, Mrs. Jennie§nu".fe Algoha Satwday.** fi f Roger Fk>ffi\ aftd 1 ;L _.., Ciar* Motfry,- bbtH >W VA'fnK spent the weekend in the' fdi mers home, merlnihg parental., ; ,Erling ' J Qttt&t&t day for, their Jiome at.Havelocl , Nevada fallowing a v week!s, y vlsft' With her Itefefttsf, ths'.Sd ,W mans arftf other' relatives at^'/u;"; gona and at^St. Paul, Minn, tj Algonan Named Sub-Editor On U. Of I. Yearbook Iowa City. Oct. 19 — Editorial and business staff members for 1 the 1962 "Hawkeye" yearbook at The'State University of Iowa lave been announced by editor-; n-(ihief Carolyn Jensen, Charles}' '--<-• ^™ " rftaSnl- Mason Cltj B Jt^ seftfot/ M.... !|er Mike Oille's, ^Senior. ; * Denny-} .'Wailejf ^Ifora, Alflotta ,Was «am|d ffl|eli|or|6f tHe iftili* ils", a freshfnftn^afi^thp \ 'The 32.nlw:staHWlm)se\s „..., handle .cojiy arid .pijCUires £or all Sections uf' r tBS ''Wsjk indiidiftg. .Colleges, - StJl - aati^ittes, student organizations and indexing. Bus- Ihess staff representatives are responsible for selling book attd Dfscuss Ordinance . spictal sessibfi of tRSiSWea City council last week, members . of. the fire, department met with-the 'group t6 6nf6rde,the ofty ordinance 6n the ^tdriAg of page contracts, art work and pro-pointed out. Irtflamable^materials in garages, and other bulldingi! "within the. city Ifffflts. PeAnter teH requWd 'to store gas or other such materials ift bulk in a building. The hazard of an explosion during a fire wa"§ NEIGHBORS GOOD KNOW FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Algona CY 4^731 Burt Phone 233 Find H fast lh the YELLOW PAGES of your phone book * i ' • i ' \ Around! The Town and Country V iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiifinF / Joe Bradley Equipment South Holel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver Mauey-Hanli Allii-Chalmeii CMC Trucks Fireilon* Til** .Phono CY 4-2421 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR **^****^?^**^**^^***^*~~*>**^^ V^^^X^^VSXVNXS^VVVN-^^N^rfV^^^W-W^X. JOE BRADLEY IMPLEMENT IN ALGONA We Serve Your Neighbor, May We Serve You? iiitiHiM^ ,. Kelley Lumber Go. • ."Our Business Is Building" P'lllllllllllllllllllllli First Community Concert To Be Percussion Pops Dick Schpry, RCA recording star, ?ncl his Ri-oup of 19 talented musicians will present Percussion Pops in tho Algona high school auditorium Oct. 30. Schory's appearance v.-ill mai'k the opening of the Kossuth Community Concert Association season. Three other concerts v.'ill be held later. Schory, who obtained some of his education at Iowa State U., Ames, is a forrper member of Meredith Willson's orchestra and at one time was also with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. His different-type concert presentation has met with approval on many stages all over the country during tours that have taken him to many .college and university campuses. FISH What is believed to be the largest fish- ever taken from Cedar Lake near Winterset was hauled in recently by Buenos Harper. The fish, a channel cat, weighed in at 20 '/& pounds, and measured 33 inches long. Mr. Harper wa^ using liver bait. Yes, of CQVrse — like the custonws of prof" it utility compootof the members of this electric co-op pay sales, fax one thetr monthly electric bftl?. And other Kjjxe* hidden in the bitts. I Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK Builders' Hardware Tools KLINE Tanks & RPDWOOD Tanks ! '> N. of Jet. Hwys." 18 & 169 Algona - CY 4-4363 nun! Jiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuifliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiujiiiw Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona • XOMBER • PAINT • CEMENT W« Aim to Plau* Near Milwaukee . Depot - Algoiui Beecher Lane Appliances "Where .The FAMOUS NAMES Gieel You" In TELEVISION W*sllngbouM In APPLIANCE! WtiitogbouM Frigidalr* Youngilowa Phon* CY 4-3IU Humboldt County R.EC, Phone W „ Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sale* b Service a Phone CY 4-35Q1 Algona Joe Bradley Equipment, pictured above, is your complete headquarters for farm machinery, passenger truck and tractor tires, farm and commercial trucks and machinery repair, plus many top lines, such as G«hl, Firestone, Oliver, CMC, Massey-Harris, Butler Bins, Winpower, Speedy, Continental Belton Co., Meyer Elevators, Allis-Chalmers parts and others. For 19 years the firm was known as Bradley Bros. Implement, run as a partnership. July 1, 1960, Walter Bradley sold his interest to his brother Joe and the firm's name is now Joe Bradley Equipment. The firm is located just south pf the Algona Ho tel, whese you will find a complete up-to-date machinery and truck repair shop. A new building has been completed as well as many other improvements made the past few months, You will find them ready to service any and all of the equipment sold and friendly service is always found. •• ' » YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR >'>^^^%'%^^^^^^^^^^^^XVrfN^Srf^^N^w^x^rf^^^^^x^^%^^ J 'x^^^krf p N^x^^l^x^^^^^^^x^N^>^xxv^• N^^xs^\xs<^^\x\x^^Nv^^^^^^^x^^<^ 1 ^x^^^^N^^x^x^^*o^-*^x^X/^^\^ 1 ^x%^>^^^Nrf^^*^^^^^v^* Meet Everett Steven Of Sexton Buscher Brothers Imp). Minneapolis Molina - Kelly-Ryan — Pqpee New Idea Farm Machinery 71 • Sain • Birvlc* • Friendly It Couricou* Always H. Main Si. Phon* CY 4-J431 Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Compl»tely" Plumbing - H»atlng Sh»«l M»lal CM ox Oil UaU» Pumpi W»l»r Sy*t*ow CompleU Fixlurn Phon* CY 4-36« Algoat - • WATCH THIS SPACE EViRY OTHPR WEEK TO MBIT A NEW COUNTRY NI10HBOR week's Country Neighbor U Everett Steven, a lifelong resident of the Sexton vicinity, Mr. Sleven was born on a farm a mile north of Sexton in 1920 and has spent his entire life there, He farms a total of 320 acres, which he rents. His acreage is pretty evenly split between corn, beans and oats and there are SO acres of pasiureland on which he keeps about 40 cattle. He normally rakes about ISO market pigs and has 100 chick- em. He keeps stock cows and raised lha calves for market, and has no favorite job around the farm — but rather likes most of the tasks involved. Everett is a member of the Methodist church. Algona, Farm Bureau, Masonic bodge and Eastarn Star and he }ike» to fish, but doesn't seem to have much time to get to 9 favorite lake or river spot. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, Algona, are Everett's perents and he has a brother, Leo, Algona, and sister, Pearl Hodgin, Alden, Iowa. Everett and Doris Genjich, daughter o| Mjr, and Mr», Albert Qenrich, LuVerne, were marrieij in 1942 at fcuYerrje, She j« a member of the Methodist church, E&sttrn §taj and. Rural Women's Chorus, Her hobbies include reading and sew- M»3- Mr. and Mis, Steven have three children, Ajin, Richard, and Craig, and Mrs. Steven has a farothej;, gtanjey, wheat LuVwne. (VDM Cullen Hardware " Qur Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of Hardware • Hou*eware» • Bldg. Suppllei Phone CY 4-4630 AIQONA W||ii|i»ig» Construction Co,

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