The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 13
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Young People Conduct Lone Rock Service toft*fioek - At the Low t • < n- «f I-cs &ytorian church, Mrs Lillip Worthington was received into the membership at the Good Friday service. The young people conducted the early Easte- service. Jerry Jensen led the Scripture reading b-y Jerry Newbrough. flayer tsjt Kertnit Kfuef er. O»et by ffftttey Fischer aiid letry lensen. Estter Meditation by David Weber, Donna Blanch ard played the organ. Larry Householder and Larry Ramus served as ushers Following the service an Easter Breakfast Was served in the church parlors to about 31 young people, The mothers who served were Mrs Leo Ramus, Mrs Marvin Marlow, Mrs Ronald Christ' enson, Mrs George B. Long, MrF Ernest Jensen, Mrs Roy Jensen. Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs Merwyn Marlow, Mrs David Weber Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mrs Clin Ion Rath, Mrs Wm. Knoll and Mrs Woodrow Pettit. Kindergarten round «p will be' held Friday, May 10th, at the Lowe Rot* school. AH children eligible for kindergarten next year are invited to attend with theft mothers. The Lone Rock P.T.A. met last Monday for their final meeting of the year. Musical numbers were presented by Joan Dreyer. Jane Ellen Christenson, Donns Knoll and Lynn Bierstedt. Mr Beck held a shop display of projects made during the year. Mrs Ellen Plucar of Superior, Wis. spent the weekend at the H. A. Holmgren home. Mr and Mrs Frank Olson of Britt were Sunday afternoon callers. Mrs Mary Flaig and Morris visited Roger Bill Flaig at the Vetwans Hospital in Des Momes, SaMay. Roter BiQ underwent KBtrgery last Friday. Rev. attd Mrs C. E. Nordinc visited his mother, Mrs Matilda Nordine at, Albert City, Saturday afternoon. It was her 81st birthday. Mr and Mrs Don rfouck visited Sunday at Cedar Falls with his mother and brother. Mrs Woodrow Pettit spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs Margaret Householder. Mrs James Long also visited there. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and family, Carol Householder, Richard Behrends and Ronnie fished at Fox Lake. Sunday. Rev. C. E. Nordine is spending Wednesday and Thursday of this work at a meeting in Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard and family spent Friday and Saturday at Omsha at the Eugene Blanc-hard residence. A farewell party and handker- fhu'f shower honoring Mrs David Berk Sr. was held Wednesday aflf-rnoon at the Roy Jensen homo. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and family were callers Wednesday cvrning on the Dale Schroe- <•]<•!• family residence. __ Dinner guest? Sunday at the G'-r;ild Angus home wore Mr a-id Mrs Blaine Drown of Cur- It w and Bob Angus, Afternoon r.-iilrrs and luncheon guests were Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus arm Jdyre. Mr and Mrs Bob Angus and Susan, Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Toni, all of Burt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer, Mary Ann and Margaret. The Happy Homem&kers dab met Wednesday afternoon at the Owen Berhow home. Guests were Mre Fred Ganrich, Mrs W M. Rotterman and Mrs Frank Rotterman of Elmore, Minn. Election of officers were held with Mrs Marvin Kueck as president and Mrs Andrew Thomson as vice president. Friday the Homemakors club met with Mrs Owen Berhow and 15 members attended. The lesson was by Mrs W. J. Cotton and Mrs Milfred Mitchell. Mrs Ronald Christenson was assisting hostess. Tmfttdoy, May ft, MS? fttgena ft«. j Upptf DM Mebitt-4 Mr aftd Mrs Kenneth Richards and family were Sunday dinner guests in Algon* at the home ol Mrs Richard? mother, Mrs M%ude Bilsborough. Mr and Mrs Art Person and family were Sunday guests in Elmore at the Earl Eichhorn residence. Mr and Mrs N. H. fteisner and Vernon and Mrs Emma Reisner, Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo, Mrs Rose Kraft, were Saturday evening supper guests at the Clarence Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Venton Curry of Emmetsburg were dinner guest? Sunday at the Allwyn Lockwood residence. Mrs Clara Mlrtow DM Mr* Erich Seegebarth were Sunday supper guests at the Richartl Bristow hotn* at LuVetttt. Mr «nd Mrs Frederick Schaltz and Dawn, Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo vtvi Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft «nd family were Easter Day dirai«r guests «t the Rose Kraft home* Mr and Mrs Jerry Leaneagh and family of Alg^na, Mr aid Mrs Gene Blanchard and fawi- ily, Mr and Mrs Frits Newbrough and family all of I-ione Rock, Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppman of Irvington were Easter Day dinner guests at the Ben Schmidt residence. 1957 KOSSUTH CORN YIEL HTEST Sponsored by KIWANIS - LIONS - and ROTARY Clubs'of Algona, Iowa HOBARTON ELEVATOR COMPANY There Is No Substitute for a Co-op Elevator Phone CYpress 4-4614-^-Algona Hobarton, Iowa THIS YEAR FOR THE 18" STRAIGHT YEAR FARMERS WILL PLANT MORE THAN ANY OTHER BRAND Kossuth County farmers are urged to enter now in the 1957 Five-Acre Corn Yield Contest ... to compete for the special prizes and a handsome trophy. Let's make Kossuth County's showing one of the hest in the state in this big annual competition, and let's show everybody that Kossuth grows the best, the most, and the finest corn! Mr. Farmer, read the rules below, clip and mail the coupon now. Members of the three Algona service clubs will work closely with you and help in all details of the contest! F. S. NORTON and SON "Let The Red Trucks Serve You" Building Supplies — Coal Hog Feeders — Portable Buildings Dial €Y 4-3836 Ernie Williams YOUR JOHN DEEBE DEALER Dial CY 4-356.1 Algona RULES FOR THE 1957 KOSSUTH COUNTY 5-ACRE CORN YIELD CONTEST (Cooperating in Master Corn Growers Contest under Iowa Crop Improvement Association) Sponsored by the Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary Clubs of Algona 1. Only one entry per farming unit may be accepted. Contestant will be disqualified if it is found that the entry is subsidized or is not a bonafide entry by the operator. 2. Entrant may select the general contest area. The contest area may be any length or width, but must contain at least five acres of corn. One-fourth of each acre of the contest area must be harvested. The contest area should be rectangular for ease of 'measurement. . , ,3. Two adjacent rows must be harvested. TJie first two rows to be harvested may fee any of the first eight rows at the edge of the contest area except the outside two rows. They must be randomly selected by a representative of the local sponsoring organization other than the entrant. After the first two rows to be harvested have been selected, the additional rows to be harvested will be determined by passing six rows, picking two and so on until one-fourth of the contest area has been harvested. 4. Harvesting must be done with a mechanical picker which is to be furnished by the contestant, who will also furnish operator for the nicker and transport the corn to weighing station. All this work must be done in the presence of the official or officials checking the field. Harvested corn must be weighed on a state inspected scale by an experienced weighmaster and weighing witnessed by sponsoring organization representative. , 5. Entry plot and operator must be within the limits of Kossuth County, Iowa. 6. Entries close July 15, 1957. 7. The entry fee is $5.00 and covers both state and local contests. 8. The sponsoring clubs reserve the right to have a re-check made on the highest yielding field before official awards are made. Such fields should be left unharvested for at least ten days to permit a re-check if necessary. 9. Prizes and Trophy will be awarded. 10. Further inquires or correspondence should be addressed to Kossuth County Corn Yield Contest, Box 191, Algona, Iowa. (County Extension Director will also have information). Cut off the following entry blank and mail together with entry fee to the above address. Save the contest rules for future reference. 1957 Kossuth County Corn Yield Contest Entry Blank HAMILTON Hatcheries and Produce Quality Chicks & Feeds WESLEY ALGONA LU VERNE BANCROFT TITONKA Name. Address. Directions For Locating Farm, I am a member of the Iowa Crop Improvement Assn. (Yes or No) Attach $5.00 entry fee ( ) BIGGER CROPS MORE PROFIT Jack's TIRE SERVICE "Your Complete Tire Service" Dial CY 4-2459 Algona 82.2% NITROGEN ETTER L'AN D T£>P Yl ELDS Federal Land Bank FARM LOANS Thru Farmer-Owned National Farm Loan Assn. E. H. Hutchins, Sec'yTreas. 110 So. Dodge Algona BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINES Regardless of the kind of equip* merit you use powered by Briggt & Strntton Gasoline Engines, we are prepared to supply original service pans, adjust or repair your engine. Saw time and money — bring your engine to us at the first sign of improper operation. Norton Machine Works RISING'S MILL & ELEVATOR South Phillips St. Algona PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Plant and Office North of Algona. City Limits CITIES SERVICE COMPANY Farm Fuels and Oils Roy Hutzell, Hulk Plant — Allan Wagner, S Phone CYpress 4*2362 ROBINSON PRODUCE On-the-Farm Grinding and Mixing WAYNE FEEDS Ph. 2171, Wesley CYpress 4'420fi, Let's Put Kossuth County At Top O' The Stat ..ra

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