The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 7
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Iowa State Bank Too many people fashion fhelr lives after French breed — and long loaf 1 - If you'w »l*«l. •* OOINO STEADY with a ctown-ln-tM-mouth traetof, or draifl.d.ouf.draa, or had a Narrowing »*• pftrlence with « brokan down harrow - MAKE A DATS With your Implement dealer for new farm machinery. Th«n «•* «« »<• low Interest financlnfl and convenient repayment . The big trouble wlthsthia world Is that »h'e^ stupid are cocksure and the inieilflaent are foil of doubt. • • « , »- Money Is a part of our business - and tyost people find the sub|ect Interesting. • '*. Money 'is |a tiling; that, If you have it, it worries y'oti; and if you don't hays it, it worries you more, , ' *' t [ _ < „ Money can be squandered or" saved, cold or hot, soft or hard, |oose or fight. When money, increases In value,. thafs deflqtjon; and When it loses value, ; that's inflation. When its value holds and we can save some of it, that's a miracle. \ #' 'r> We hear too much about the higher standards of living > and not •enough about the higher standards of life. Algeria's Home-Owned Bank ;OWA STATE BANK AlOOHA. IOWA b ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Sunday best Easter Syits for Girls, Jr. gays • 3«i)Utten wool plaid coat wwh f»ntrpst rayon 'n acetate flannel slacks 1 gfj^A |«fkpt with 2 skirts , , t ", navy to mslch, white Arnfl fripcetaje to. con- SUi-s 4 tu It i to /'••'••• |T'S SO EASY TO "CHAISE IT" AT PENNEY'S ... IN AtOQNA f V «w 't' "--• r Tri-County Milk Plant Open Wjuse 'was held Frldajr from 1 until 8 p.m.- at' the frt- County Drying plant, with over 600 registered. In the early part of 1944, Russ Medln,- manager of the Whittemore creamery and Joe qiamberlajn, manager of the West Bend'cream- ery, be^aff-invesUgating the, possibility of- locating a .buttermilk drying plant In • this area. The creameries of Ringsted, West Bend, Whlttemore, Lone Rock and Hurt agreed to 'furnish the capital and the frl-County prying plaut was organized. In September 1944 69,800 Ibs. of liquid buttermilk was processed under management 'of S. L. Brown from State Brand Creameries of Mason City, and In Jan. 1945, Ralph Nichols, assistant manager of the .Wallingford creamery replaced Mr. Brown. Under the management of Mr. Nichols, the plant grew by leaps and bounds. , . In 1946, a 3rd roller was installed and skim milk was processed. In 955, a well was drilled and a new addition was added to the old uildtng which housed a new spray ryer. In 1957, a building was added for storage space, office and esting room. And in 1961, 2 spray ryers were added and other mod- rn equipment. the plant operates 24 hours per ay year round, always at' full apacity. In 1961, the high month was June with 10,464,110 Ibs. of iquid milk" processed. Two spray [ryers can handle 25,000 Ibs. liquid milk per hour. The highest iroduction so. far has been 442,000 bs. in 24 hours. , . During the fiscal year ending July 31, 1961, total sales were il',168,000. In 1944 one used truck with "a capacity of 1,500 gallons, and now operates 5 stainless steel tankers with a capacity of 25,000 a 28,000 gallons. There are 20 employees and at times extra help IBS been hired. 'Die following people received $5 door prizes: Qle J, Johanson, Swea, Cityj George Wichtendahl, Whittemore, Janice Roeber, Whittemore, C. H. Wilhelmi, Bancroft, Maureen McDonnell, Whittemote, Clifford Jones, Rolfe, Mrs. Kenneth Dayton, Bradgate, Victor Struecker, Fenton, Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Ringsted, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Lone ROCK, Mrs. Lawrence Loeschen, Woden, Merle Pe terson, Titonka, Gordon Kirchhoff Humboldt, Jerry Lynn Richardson Ringsted, Wayne Buisman, Kl|m me,v John Gowans, Cylinder, arid Mrs.' Walt'Mescher, Burt. Are Honored On Golden Wedd tuyerMU';,Ml,; "' linm Biglngs, Mi?.; 1 — ..— —_ ert Biglngs, Lvnn'and Bradley had aS'gtfests their;' dSttgHtetst'llrs. Martin P. - Swidet, C6tombtis, 0fi!o, Mr. and Mrs. Lee*Roy.,Tobetnttin, St. Louts, Mo., Oelorge A.- Steddflftl, Rock Island, 111., s Mrs. Lois S. Bunch, St. Louis,- Mo., and Alta Stoddardj Des Molnes.' . >n The occasion was, the .golden wedding I anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Biglngs. Attend Funeral > . . ., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes and his sister, Mrs. Sadie Klassie of Spencer, left Sunday for Ottawa, 111., to attend the funeral Wednesday of Mrs. William Holmes, 65. •* Mrs. Holmes, former Sarah Quinn, died of cancer of the liver late Saturday. She was reared in the Renwick vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes visited her often. Her husband, children, grandchildren, a sister and a brother survive. . « Tuesday Club Met Mrs. Percy Brink was hostess to the Tuesday Crab Mar. 1$ *ith ten members present Tjie <3ob Womans Creed was ted by ihe ctab president, Mrs. Henry Marty, The topic was given by Mrs, RaJpa Davidson. Plans were made for the last meeting in May <ol ffie club year for a noon luncheon. and Mrs. ue uny jjicniy all ily atjMasott City, , *(,-, Dr. W'JVte, rf.' ** s Peita piled his &p !^7R«rt^>fti»a*B^i' I » v/ . % Mr. and Mrs. Men?y. Studer of Hock Island, ill./ were weekend visitors -with" hlrbtflthei l j t 'Mrr'atfd Mrs. George Studer, and his Pi w-W' V ~ V -> *** ^ ^ >v. Bancroft Youth In Air Force Bancroft — Martin McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs: Chas. McGuire, who enlisted in the air force, will leave Monday for active duty. He will-be stationed in Texas. The McGulres' son Tom left two weeks ago for Detroit Lakes where he ig in,the Navy. He enlisted several weeks ago. A son, John, who had been in the air force for three years, was recently discharged. He was also stationed in Michigan. They have three other sons, Bill, a teacher at Hastings, Minn., Joe and Ed, students at St. John's high school. Duane McGregor purchased the James Elsbecker residence. The Elsbecker family are leaving to make their home in the south. Mr. Elsbecker has been manager of the Standard gas truck here. John Schiltz, Jotur Boyer and Geo. Wolf are all medical patients at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schiltz at tended funeral services at Ledyard Monday for her uncle, Bill Busch who died in Idaho. Screel DeGeeter underwent sur gery at St. Ann hospital recently Mr. DeGeeter fell in the barn early last summer and the surgery was necessary. Mrs. Mae Dolan has been in Ft. Dodge this week caring for her daughter Mrs. Robert Thomas, the fprmer Mary Kay Dolan who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ford are in Independence, Mo. visiting their daughter and family, the James Clarks. Mrs, Harlan Helm, Rhonda Robin of Thompson were griests the past week of her parents Mr! and Mrs, Albert HeftL They ware snowed in. Sunday visitors in the Mr, anc Mrs. Clif Richardson tome were jis sisters, Mr. and Mrs. ateueoce Jorensen and Mr, and Mrs. Ken- 1 neth Whyte-of Goidfield. Harold Burgess, medical patient; at Lutheran hospital, 3tet Dodge, is now convalescing at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk wasited Sunday in Royal with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dair Jones. Postmaster Bert C. Ramos entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday. He underwent surgery..there Wednesday, Mar. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge were Sunday callers 'ijCthe Mr, and Mrs. William' Gawitter home. . , - ' • Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler of Fort Dodge were weekend guests o£ their son, Mr. and Mrs. W. laymond Legler, Johnny and Charles.' • Jim (Red) Meurer, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Meurer of Wesley, were Sunday guests of their sister and daughter, Mr. and Urs. Don Vogel and children at -ohrville. Glen Braynard, surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, las returned to convalesce at his | lege, Mars, Spirit fa break vacation visiting her ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle and Charles. . . - • . , Mr. and Mrs, Judean Welthn family of Randall and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly of LuVerne were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wel J lha's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty. t Mr. and Mrs. Allman Hovick, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson of Badger, Mr. aril.Mrs. Milton Wilhelm of LuVerne and their families were Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Jessie Sanford, and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford and Connie. Arthur Ramus of Des Molnes underwent major surgery at General hospital in Des Moines Thursday. M. L. Barton has a new great- grandson, Bruce, born Feb. 1 to Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Willis, Jr., at Sarasota, Fla. Mrs. Willis is the former Mary Ellen Midkiff, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Midkiff, Miami, Fla. Mrs. Midkiff is the former Florence Barton, daughter of M. L. Barton and the late Mrs. Barton. * Mrs. Margaret Engel was a weekend guest of her daughter, Meredith, the Loren Appenzeller family at Cedar Falls. Algona Couple Basks In Texas A feature story in'the Corpus Christi, Tex, Times Mar. 14 told of Mr. and Mrs. John ICohlhaas, Algona, who are vacationing there. The story was entitled "Kohlhaases Leave Snowdrifts Behind" — which is too true. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas have teen winter visitors at Corpus Christi for the past eight years. They travel to that Texas Jcity to visit their son and daughter-in-law and grandchildren, Dr. and Mrs, John Kohlhaas, Jr., and Janice Ann, Kay, Johnny, and Ann. . The Algona Kohlhaases normally leave for Texas in January or February, but were a little late getting away this ye'ar for business reasons. •- •••'.•• know all about our numerous THIS LOW PRICE HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE THRU SPECIAL FACTORY COOPERATION BUY NQW-AND SAVE THIS FACTORY-SPONSORED LOW PRICE HAS A TIME' LIMIT - ACT NOW WRINGER WASHER *'\ n , t -'-'-', • !S ' ''ill (OWL SHAPED TUB ',' AND LINT CATCHER fenced Queen's famous Bowl •Tub and :Agitator principle •TSi'the fastesf method known to get dirty clothes thorough* ly clean. Large, family-siza capacity. Removable screen • ou agitator catchct lint. bbUBtElVALtS. J i _ to k««f> woltr hot | The Speed Qui'cA bowl-jjiapeil tub is protected by an outer armor of itcd. .The dead air ipace between these double wall! Insulate! the tub to 'keep the. water hot, ; TIMER ClOCK Belt rings when pre-set tint! has elapsed. SOLID STURDY CONSTRUCTION StufdVcfoss-channcls reinforce * • the chassis-, and support the. - transmission. Electric Welding is used throughout for extra durability. Here is built-in •trenjth to "iajf a liictime." f SUPER-DUTY ' ". AtUMlNUM WRINGER , V • Finest, latest WnWrfoiW' , wnsher/Touch <Jn ilfeiy bar 1 releases' pressure; disengage* power; (tops both tolls. •"Swing-away top opens 2 >/4* clearance between rolls , for extra safety, easy cleaning. .: ARC-CUATE TRANSMISSION Most dependable'and trouble- 1 free* transmission in any wash* er. Proved in over 5 millioa jnachiaes ilocf^ 1928. As'Advertised In The Farm & Home Section STOEBER HARDWARE IN FRIENDLY FENTON, IOWA AUTOMATIC WASHERS-AUTOMATIC DRYERS home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller left or a, vacation trip to southern states. They will visit the Eugene Baessler family in Florida. Their family., Tommy and Gloria Miller and Roger Heine, are staying at ;he George Studer home and their youngest son fa Des Moines with an aunt. Rev. and Mrs. Howard Marty and family of Kalona visited Thursday to Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mar ty family. Marie Kay Marty, at tending classes at Iowa City and living with her brother, Rev. Marty, accompanied them here to visit her parents and returned Wednesday. The Missionary Guild were guests Wednesday of Lottie aiu Jennie Mason with 11 members present. Mrs. Curtis Morgan led devotions. Poems were read, social hour enjoyed and refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty were guests Sunday of their son, Mr. In our wide, wonderful'selection of new spring --SEE HUNDREDS OF NEW hats, you're sure to find many that are just "made for ^ADIES' SPRING HATS FROM you"! You'll see all trie latest shapes in the . _ loveliest fabrics and colors of the season. $2.98 To $5.95. • IRVINGTON By Maraueritf Hoyes Mr, Edward Jromerfall, mgr. of Irvington Co^p Co., is now a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algqna, h9vi»g ha4 surgery. He is recover ipg satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunt of Denison visited the latter's sister, Maraiertte Hayps, Saturday. Mrs. Vernon Klein visited relatives Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Kohl, at Clinton, Minn. Monday. Mrs- Gerald Frankl and Mrs Milford Plathe drove to Emmete- burg Wednesday taking some of ttif* students from St. CepeUa'i; Ai^dpmy who were participating in R.VJ3. thpre. Mike Seller was a medical patient at St. Ana over tbe weekend. CURLY wants to sell LIGHT BULBS Regular lamps or special lan)p$ . , . you can find the largest and most complete block of lamps iu N.W. Iowa. Pgn't be satisfied with anything less than genuine G.E. Lamps. They cost no more. PRATT iiiCTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO, Corner of State & Jones cv CA*~f \l iv vv »wv.vr 1 """^« I with dual personalities L/»/ Select from a large assortment Laminated Spring coats. Pright new spring colors. Be thejoviest lady in the Easter $195 to $29.95 /f) ELEGANTLY BEAUTIFUL o We especiqlly invite you to see our wonderful selection of new Spring Dresses. Hundreds to choose from, New arrivals just in time for spring and Easter. New low prices. $8.95 to $17.95 BE IlJRf TO VISIT OUR CQMPLITE -* " CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT Don't )*"y y°w Httle girl's dress until you've seen the new Easter_and Sprbj'g Styles on our secgna floor, .Toiler to Sub-teen to . , , THi OLOVIS Exciting ladies and mjs§es gloves by Hansen, Linfeldt, Stetson and others. AU stylejs in sued fine , , , THEHANPBAGS All the, shapes , . . al} the sizes . ,, all 'the, cclara will be found in our .gorgeous select!^ Q{ Handbags designed for the .colorful Spring season. j^

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