The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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Help Jim D odds Family Ing) >; f Mon., Feb. 28- merit Problems. , If? Members df ' th% Council fof 1061'1I982 Charles Hjus^ftt,'-' *Wtlittmbrt JSJaiOiti bjuinoiu, \Yj(iaUtfiiiii<l" je'loyd Bode,- AlgiMflf > GfidMes ttearchs, AlgoMaf Ervln'' Qerfcet* Aigona; Ronald Gcfrfcer/ 1 Algoflft' Edgar Keith, 'Hurt; Dick ,&ue " AJslona; Hicr.afd Mfitv'dsiley, Ai- gona; Roscoe JVfawdsiey, Algona; jy. which lives on a farm northwest of Algeriai had a series of misfortunes re- Idvieighbors decided to d) something about it. With.pickers, plows and other ShoWn above picked 4 j acres of corn and did some fall plowing Wednesday, beely, Aigofldp, a'nd Jo« Skow, Wesley,' '• » ' The enrollment, fee ' fdf .the. School Will be tne sdme as In past years, $1.50 lor" ihe 10 ings. ' -' j. • Anyone wishing ,,aJUtional . in* formation may cbnta'ct one of tfil Advisory Council lumbers, Supi O. B. Laing of G. W.' Sefrit, Vbc, Ag. Inst., Algona, Iowa. 4 The James cently— and thlfr'Mfer/ necessary equipment,, thi Nov. 16. „'•''. . Men in the phbto above are, front rdW, left to rig'it, MerTn Walker, Everett Hahna, Fred Pumb, Jim Lindhorst, Duane-Dittrher, Art Baker 'Orife Peterson, Jr., Cecil Bjustrom and Don Peterson. In back, left to right, Lewis Broesdet 1 , Melvin .Alt, Quentin Bjus .rom, Orville Holdren, Ed Hackbarlh, Jim Knoil; Rus. feell Walker, Arie Dittmer, Kenneth Strayer,.Bill Champion, Curtis Gardner and Jim Dodds. Raymond Walker helped in the afternoon, but was not presdnt when the photo was snapped. ; • The ladifis shown below prepared and served din .ier at noon at the Good Hope church. They are, front row, left to right; Mesdames Evan Routh, Arie Ditfmer, James tfodds (holding Julie Dodds), Lewis Broesder and Quentirt Bjustrom (holding Scott D.odds). Ii back, left to right, Metdames Russell Walker, Fred Plumb, William 'Champion, Everett Hahna, Orville H3ldren, Ed Hackbarth and Henry SchUltz. > ; •', Illness in the Dodds family prompted the good n aighbors. Mr. Dodds had the flu, Penny Dodds, oldest daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. Dodds, was in the hospital and the hired man, Orle Peterson, had also been hospitalized during an ..illness. (Glenn's Studio' Photos— UDM Engravings) Elmore Couple Paroled After Guilty Pleas • '-4 ,- « A young Elmbre, Minn, mar.' and wife, Duane and'Carol Risk, entered pleas of guilty to charges of larceny in the nighttime, both were sentenced to 10 years in penal institutions and-were par oled by Judge :-Fred' M. Hudson in district court here -'this week*. Mrs Risk was sentenced to the women's penitentiary, at Rockwell I City and Mr Risk .was, sentenced , to the Anamosa reformatory i Both were paroled , to the state board for two yearsi ., • •:•'• The Rlsfcr WefeicHftffd result of -a theft 6f fljonrft bin near Lakota earlier this year 'A third person, Allan Rector, also charged as a result of the theft remains m the local jail, In other matters takert care 01 in district court this week, MarJt Fmnestad entered'a plea of gull- ty to a charge of forgery and received a 10-year sentence to the Anamosa reformatory i He was. apprehended after he passed a check • with the name of Amos u* *emon. He signed tht chec kwith the name of Antes jnnnestadi Joseph A. Droessler, Bancroft, a two-ytiar sentence foi QMV1 after he entered a guilty yiea. it was a third offense and was arrested near Bancroft ast spring. Another man, Anthony J randgenett, paid a $300 fine and costs after he' entered a plea of guilty to a charge of OMVI fe was arrested .recently at St, Senedict. f s Evening School Opens Here On December 4 • Plans -for the sixteenth annual Farmer's 'Evening School have been completed by the Advisory Council. The''opening date is set for Monday evening, December 4, 1961, at 8:00'p.m.- in the High School Annex. The Algona /Farmer's School has continued to be one of the' largest farmer's schools in the state for the past 15 years. The school is a part of the Vocational Agriculture Program of the Algona Community High School &nd is conducted by George W. Sefrit, Vocational Agriculture Instructor. . . , . The total enrollment for the. school has never been under 10Q members since its start in 1946. The Advisory Council " has planned a varied program for this year which they hope will interest the majority of our farmers in this area. • The topic for the first meeting, "Making more Profit on Hogs," should interest most of our farmers producing swine. Subjects and dates for the ten meetings are as follows: Mon., Dec. 4 — Making more Profit on Hogs. Mon., Dec. 11 — Feeding CatUe for more Money. Mon., Dec. 18 '— Beef Cattle Breeding Herd vs. Feeder Cattle (Panel Forum Meeting). Mon., Jan. 8 -,- Farm Outlook for 1962. Mon., Jan. 15 — How Big will our Farms Get? Mon., Jan. 22 — Farm Insurance (Hail, liability, fire, theft, wind, etc.) (Panel Forum Meeting). Mon., Feb. 5 — What Limits Corn Yields? Mon., Feb. 12 _ Using Farm Chemicals and Corn Fertilizers Mon., Fob. 19 — Drying ana Storing Corn (Panel Forum Meet- Lctkota Classes Elect Officers Lakota high school classes have lected officers, with the follow- ng results: . > • Seniors —'Larry Becker, Kent Gerzema, Paul Geilenfeldt and xatny Peterson^ ' Juniors — Janice Thompson, Charold Barrett and Kurtis Rusher. .' ; Sophomores — Sheryl Ander- 'son and Milton Paulson. [Freshmen — Gary Geilenfeldt and Stanley Tjaden. Mrs. John Larson arrived home last week after a 5-month' visit e men 'paid fln^'fof sbced, Mayor C. C. SWetk's fcoar, irtg 1 ih Tuesday, They Robert *>of native 1 Norway. Sweden, Finland ftoberger, Storm' Lake, $1 filmei Ydungwlrth, LuVerhe, $2B, >nd Lawrertce Nielse'ii, Gliddeft, |l2. fiarller-in the week, a Bahcrof! man, Kenneth Gist, received twc 30-day Sentences '-following \ hearing of ihtoxicatidn and' assault charges. He is^servlhg fht sentences concurrently in the lo-i fcal jail.' . ; . ;;.' In other mayor's Court action" during the week* the-.followirtJ persons paid fines: Robert, Arm-' strong, Ft. Dodge, $8, Aljeri Fisher, Des Moines, $12, Robert Marietta, 'Marathon, :$10, Lawrence McDowell, Mt. Prospect, 111., $12 Richard Sexton, Des Moines, $8 Francis CrowelL 'Des Moines, $0 Ralph Dugan, Algona, $7,' -Rich* ard Donyowski, Cedar- Rapids, $9 Victor Anderson, Ank'eny, $12, Chester Blunt, Des Moines; $7 William Robson, Colfax,.-,$8 Charles Codner, Des Moines,, $10, William Golla, Spencer, $20, Forrest Randall,, Perry, $4, Edward" Brown, Iridianola, $18, Rohald ? otteroff, Bloomfield, $12, ahd lane Marklaj Algona, $25, all for speeding, .• - ' . W. A. Winter, Algona, $25 V$l& suspended), assembled gun'- in car; John Hardgrove,' Algonfi, $25, ($15 suspended), failing to -have control; Larry Kuchenreuther, Algona, $5, failing to have control; Ronald Mertz, Algona, ?iu no valid license; Raymond Mertz, 1 - Algpna, allowing unlicfnsprt ^"i. drive, $10, and Glen Hilde- ii60, feckless 'c'Sstt ,Wefl , a'ddfti&ft to fines, •'• ' . A; i -. . ..^t...^ . /. Fo«lr' l ,l t entoh turfifif from a very ,''?su1sce|isfu , 'Charles' "'Feytf, firftest ''den, Eugene Mansager ahd Duane Widdel, each bagged .a deef ing tlie four-day Outing. , _ b MM flftfti a there; THfe'f' will tables 'It ^^ztiji' • - Atffi and • tiddihg macnmfe t Upper.Dra Moinea Pub. Co.. Algons. Phane CY 4-3535 -* Yaur Newspaper MEN .6Bt fNAT JOB U ! Operating EQUIPMENT BULLDOZERS* bRAGUNlS p GRADERS SCRAPES SUCH AS ,,*,/POWER, ,: v 1 '.•• , ^HOVftS \ ; i . , ', - ,, •-". 'p\ CLAM'SHELLS -m. 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