The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 14
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Upper bs« Mgtnii Thurittayy Ottobar 26, 19ot Consolidated Creameries Report Successful Year At the Annual meeting of Consolidated Co-op Creameries held Thursday evening, October 19 Manager Rttss Medin reported an increase of 38% ' in butter duction for a 1,453,123 Ibs. of and Mrs. Ralph Bormann. A seminar was given by Mrs. Ted Hilbert,.assisted by Mrs. Adeline! Wagner, Mrs. John Altman, Mrs. 4-t . .'. M a + • *• •>« I and Mrs. H< was! Bill vision ported bottled milk Lone _,„„„. ,ite, Mrs. Richard McKenna and manager of Mrs . Bill'Bormann. d H John K. Thul, 11 month-old! i —i ! I son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard in sales oi I TJ^ entered Mercy hospital, f ~~ ^ " ;, Monday as the tver increasing awafpnpce nti ---/•---.--—--• • the consumer to the si r ynn Bornlann ' infant I nimlifv r>( r'nvifr^n^^iwjf L^-Ti I daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Don Election nfrf?^tSS^ Borrtami, born Oct. 4, was bap-, »&ff^tt\&fftttt13£&\ 01 1" Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Evanston *5f™ s were in Omaha Saturday on busl- " ; | ness. The Evanstons will move to Omaha in November where | he will attend a trade school. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire I of Mr « v £ 'the PreSenf rf Co-op Creameries in e Bode and MnrnH' ° an ° tchison Kans. where they vis- Ateona ' ^ ' Ol N d witH Brother Donald and at - Consolidatcd Co-op Creameries tended the dedication of the cha- creameries, having added one as sociatipn since their original con solidation. According to Mr Meyer the organization has been highly successful in affording smaller creamery associations the opportunity to avail themselves o a means of merging without the danger of their members suffering individual financial losses. Marion Stucki of Fenton, Consolidated fieldman and J. F Chamberlin and Wilbur Rucker, both of State Brand Creameries of Mason City also addressed the meeting concerning the quality, inspection and marketing of dairy products. ^ ~ •• • ^ » • • • i *'m m -f^^r^v^^ ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Guire from here also attended. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. are parents of Brother Donald, Mark, David and Pat. Mrs. Leonard Studer entertained 26 friends Saturday in obscjrv- ance of the Cth birthday of her daughter Barbara. Several of the mothers also attended and assisted Mrs. Studer. Barbara is a first grade student in St. Joseph's school. Six New Leaders In County 4-H Organization Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann and Kenneth and Mrs. Mary Becker .spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Chicoine at Jefferson, S. D. Paul Cletus, infant 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Chicoine was baptized with Mrs. Ed , Bormann and Julian Chicoine as sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann are the maternal grandparents and Mrs. Mary Becker is the maternal great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Don Illg are parents qf a son born Oct. 16 in St. , Ann hospital, Algona. This makes two boys in the Illg family. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Art Illg are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilmes from St. Cloud, Minn, visited last week with Mrs. Louise Thul, sister of Mr. Wilmes, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul returned home Friday from a trip to LaCrosse, Wise, and on their return visited at Alta Vista Riceville ;md Rudd. Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph held a 6:30 din nor Oct. 16 followed by reception of new members. Guests at the dinner were Rev. Leo C Schumacher, pastor and chaplain, Mrs. Hilda Nemmers, Ban croft district deputy, Mrs. Adella Ulses, grand regent from St. John's court, Bancroft, and new members, Mis. Harold Bormann The Kossuth County boys' 4-H eaders held their fall organiza- ion meeting October 17 at the Extension Office in Algona. Six new leaders were inducted into the 4-H leaders' organization. They were — John Pergande, LuVerne; Harvey Buenger, and Arnold Ketelsen, West Bend; Floyde Bode and Gary DeBoom, Algona and Nick Thomsen, La- l$pta Tjiey were inducted by the presiding officer of the evening Eugene Drager, president; Wallace Hawcott, vice president; Albert Anderson, secretary-treasurer; Charles Nygaard, reporter; Cecil Thoreson, guide; Gerald Soderberg and Ray Bergum, leaders. Joe Skow explained the duties, and responsibilities and reward. 0 of being a 4-H leader. A skit was presented by Bill Fritz, Harold Greene, Clarence Diers, Lloyd Thorson, Everett Johanson, Herman Tjarks, Dick Kuecker. An illustrated talk was pre- ' sented by Robert Johnson. Other leaders attending and assisting with the program were Barney Thilges, Bob Detrick and John Richardson. Plan Training School The first subject matter training school for the Kossuth County 4-H girls' leaders will be held October 30 at the Extension Office in Algona and October 31 at the Bancroft Public School Both meetings will begin at 1:30 p.m. Material will be discussed by Avis L. Lettow, county ex tension home economist. RUBBER BASE WALL PAINT Use on any interior painted or unpointed surface of plaster, wallboard, brick, wallpaper, unglazed tile or composition type material. • Dries in less than 1 hour • No laps, streaks or brush marki • Apply with brush or roller • Easy clean-up with soap & water ps uiuieri $411 • Gol. CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT ALGONA Official ProcHrrmtion "THESE Cooperative Charge has a point there! Governors of 9 great states have officially proclaimed 'October as "Cooperative Month." Charlie knows that these 9 governors have pointed out iniheir proclamations that cooperatives are dri'important part of overall commercial activity. ';'. '"" ,. •'""•"• '1 : ' ,' '-'' •' l '% What's more, the*ggvernors stress the benefits which people realize 1 from doing business the cooperative way— and that includes you folks in this community. Come and see us during Cooperative' Month. Find out how your cooperative I- !• ' i ..' . V ! — along with all the other businesses 1 here —helps give our town well- rounded business strength. Find out how you and your neighbors can do business together-Bright here at the business place you own! IU VERNE, IOWA Pfcl$ENT6d FOR YOUR INFORMATION ING AR6A CO-OPERAf IVES BODE, IOWA FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR E. N. Ellingson, Mgr. BURT, IOWA BURT CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR J. L. Miller, Mgr. CORWITjh, IOWA C 0 R WIT H CO MM U NIT Y CO - OP Elevators at Corwith & Hanna - Earl McClelland, Mgr. CYLINDER, IQWA CYLINDER GO-OP ELEVATOR CO. Odne Stokka, Mgr. FENTON, IOWA FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr. HOBARTON, IOWA HOBARTOlt CO-OP ELEVATOR ; Raymond Reid, Mgr. - Algona IRVIN.GTQN, IOWA 1RVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E. F. Immerfall, Mgr. LEDYARD, IOWA LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. LIVERMORE, IOWA LfVERMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Vernon Fiderlich, Mgr. LONE ROCK, IOWA LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. TITONKA, IOWA LuVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR TITON KA CO-OP ELEVATOR Eldon Guess, Mgr. Jack Stot,, Mar. OTTOSEN. IOWA WESLEY, IOWA OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR WESLEY CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schultz, Mgr. Frank Bleich, Mgr. RINGSTED, IOWA WEST BiNP, IOWA CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO. Kenneth Patterson, Mgr. SWEA CITY, iOWA . FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. Parker, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR R, W. Jurgens, WHITTEMORi, IOWA WHITTEMORE CO Joint* Kollasch, AM», gr, . »Sf.- CO

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