The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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Pork Raisers of Tomorrow Learn About "MEAT-TYPE" HOGS TODAY! Above. Iowa 4-H boys watch William Zmolek, extension animal husbandman, demonstrate sr^^^'j^^fsa^s'tL^ttL'T^'^^ the first three grades by two-tenths of an inch below the previously proposed grade iTn^tationsThP 2i y 2 S 3 m ,Io h w e aa re c± Ve e o " *' " 3nnUal *** ™ ^ ^ « ^M^ * * * * * * * -k * PREMIUM For MEAT TYPE HOGS EVERY FRIDAY AT WESTERN BUYERS WESTERN BUYERS MEAT -TYPE FRIDAY IS M-DAY PREMIUM PRICES SEE US FIRST Call Us-We'll Come To Your Farm An d Tell You Your Amount of Premium For Delivery To Us On Fridays . . . Call Us Now ! PORK ACCOUNTS FOR 40% OF IOWA'S FARM INCOME . . . MEAT-TYPE HOGS BRING A PREMIUM AND MEAN BETTER PROFIT AND BETTER PORK LETS 00 TO THE NATIONAL BARROW SHOW AU$T!N,MINN/-5!PT, 13-16,10SS Phone 107 Algona For Your Best Hog Market Over 200 Processing Customers WESTERN BUYERS Phone 107 Your Best Market Algona, la. Ilsotra jloim* ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1955 VOL. 92 - NO. 29 Binder Mashes Finger 34 New Vehicles Sold Past Week Thirty four automobiles and {rucks were purchased by Kos- 'suth County residents last week, according to a report released by the county treasurer. New owners are: . Chevrolet — Oliver Campnoy Burt; P. J. Helmke, Svvea City; William J. Amesbury, Titonka' Swen B. Larson, Buffalo Center; Lewis W. Sapp, Buffalo Center, pickup; Elmer R. Swanson, Swea City, truck; Donald Behnkendorf, Bancroft, truck. Ford — B. L. O'Donnell, Lonft Rock; Howard Sparkes, Burt; Joe Greenbuvg, AJgona; Ralph Hurlburt, Swea City; Edward Lloyd, Bancroft; Ralph Walker, Whittemore; Wallace H. Logeman, Swea City; Perry Lowman, Algona. Pontiac — Arthur Kramers- meier, Lakota; Dr. T. J. Egan, Bancroft. . Packard—Charles Price, Wesley. Sludebaker — Martin G Harms, Titonka; Folkert C 'Sleeker, Titonka. Olds — Al Rosenmeyer, Cor- ith; Herbert Nelson, Titonka. . Mercury-J- R. W. McCullough, 'Algona; Virginia Zal'aznik, Algona; Irene Anderson, Lakota. Plymouth—W. P. French, Algona; Albert and Olga Adams, Algona. Dodge—Wilbur E. Krosch, Elmore; Harold C. Sundet, Algona. DeSoto — Harley Work, Swea City. Buick—Tom Gimlin, Algona. ;GMC—Dick Newbrough, Wesley. International—Wilbur Roeber, Whittemore, pickup; D. C. Vogel, Bancroft, panel. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA •-•. Friday, July 22 „, BABE WAGNER Sunday, July 24 JACK COLE Friday, July 29 ;l MALEKS Sunday, July 31 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Aug. 5 FRANK BUHR Sunday, Aug. 7 VANCE DIXON . No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 A HUHDRID ycARS MO, Mil 12 Of THt VIRSIHIA # TIHHCSSH RAILROAD PROVMt THAT 'COHWCTO& AHD OTHtK TRAIHMCH MUST HOT ATTCMPT TO IH- HUlHCt PASSCNCIRSIH FAVOR OF CIRTAIH SALOONS tUT MUST ACT IMAM AM IH THIS RISPICT.' OPIKATIHS RVLtS Of m OLD DAYTOH COM & IRON RAILROAD SPfCIFICD THAT "AIL TRAIHS , Wilt LlAVi OH TIMS/ HO COUISIOHS AUOWID, TRAIHS WILL STOP SIFORC RVHHIM OVtR LIHSTOCK." ANOTHCK KVU Of THl SAM RAIlROAt WAS THAT "PASStNMR COHSUCTORS MOST MM SHOis WHIU OH my, SOCKS HOT xcwiiut.* I New Bottle Sizes Of Coke Announced Good news for exlra-thirst Coke drinkers is in the making According to a report released bj the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. a Humboldt, the firm is starting to put out the larger size bottles of the bubbly liquid for its cus tomers who desire a longei "pause that refreshes." Ralph Bellows, at the Humboldt IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FBI., JULY 22nd IOWA CORNHUSKERS SATURDAY, JULY 23~ PAUL NEIGHBORS And His Orchestra Adm.: 1.47 plus lax; tot. 1.59 SUNDAY, JULY 24th JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra TUESDAY, JULY 27 Teen-Age Dance THURSDAY, JULY~28 DAVID CARROLL ORCH. plant stated that "Both the new Family Size and King Size wil be companion packages to tlu present standard size bottle which will continue to be ou mainstay." According to Bellows the reason for production of two larger size bottles is because, "although re search has shown that the majority of the public prefer the standard size bottle, it also shows that a potential market exists for the larger size bottles." One thing is for sure, they will cu down the number of long walks to the refrigerator. In Algona, alone, there nre 84 retailer businesses that sell Coca Cola. Over 50 million drinks of "Coke" a day are sold throughout the world, from the 1100 Coca Cola bottling plants, most of which are privately owned. The company also operates 10 syrum plants. This huge enter- orise has had a story of continual growth and development in its 70 years of existence. In this week's Algona Upper 3es Moines in Coca Cola company makes a full page announcement of the two new bottle size Cing size and Family size—as lew companions for the regular ottle of Coke which is a familiar ame in over household in the ation. Steel QUONSET Prices Will Increase STARTING AUGUST 1. ORDER YOUR QUONSET NOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE PRESENT LOW PRICE! QUONSET 32 CORN DRYING AND STORAGE BUILDING Algona Airport Log l^^f^-^r^ pr^-M'^-- "•••-^j'^W I----I : i*-. --Z'? •?*•-•£• "*li ' ' - : •'.-^' A > •-/•- j L1tli-"yri Vi£-:l--,^\^'-;' -•••~, 77.1 J 3 tTMM |T«Il FMAMINO jX; •Sft^ *?.'3£ ^a STBAN-STUL AND OUONfEl (to U % HI Off. No lore de P«nd ^eoi/i, t «eas '"9 o n c-r:*<"p IQV td You can be sure of higher corn profits with the Quonset 32 corn drying and •toraje building. Storing your corn in » wind-resistant und non-combustible, permanent building ... on your own hrra ... to sell at the best time and price . . . ii a direct wuy to incre*«ed e«raiD((. See IM today. Sesf 'Hull, --. ir yei " Pickt r 'ro«i to* lf »P«ilo * Saf« '"t-Sh I to. '9* rqg e tinier Miller Steel Bldg. Co. Phon« 1280 Milwaukee Depot Plaza. Algona June 30 — W. Daugherty arrived in a Cessna 140. July 1 — Tri-Pacer, owned by Zimmer and Francescon, Moline, 111., landed. Company here to check items at sewage disposal plant; McCullough's Air Ambulance went to Iowa City; George Bryant, Emmelsburg, " flew in with sprayer. July 3 — Cub from Forest City landed. July 5 — Frank Christiansen, West Bend, landed in Champ; Milo Johnson, Bancroft arrived in J-3 sprayer. July 7 — Ray Caylor, Titonka, flew-in with Aeronca: Roy Campbell, Kansas City, landed in Cessna 120. July 10—Odey Cherland, Lone Rock, flew-in with Piper. July 11 — Pacer from Cherokee landed. July 12 — McCullough's Air Ambulance went to Austin, Minnesota. July 13 — Sprayer from Blue Earth, Minn., arrived; Ed Roozen in Tri-Pacer from Wisconsin. Arndorfer Has Mishap While Fixing Hitch Si. Benedict _ Richard Arn- dorfor had a finger almost severed while helping change a hitch on a binder. He was taken to Mason City where it was taken care of. There's a possibility that he may have a stiff finger.'Richard is a son of Mr and Mrs Henry Arndorfer of Corwith. Mrs Robert Kripps and her' 5- year old son, Andrew, were Saturday afternoon callers at the Philip Arndorfer residence. Mrs Kripps will be remembered as Mary Black, daughter of Mrs Belle Black. She and her three children have made a two week's visit with relatives and friends. Their home is in Ottawa, Canada. At the present time a new 2-story home is under construction. Completion is expected in September. She leaves July 18. Saturday p.m. callers at the Philip Arndorfer residence were Mrs Arndorfer's parents, Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe. Mrs P. Arndorfer and Jano spent Sunday afternoon in Algona at her parents' home. Mr and Mrs Cornelius Larson and daughter, Frances were callers also. We all ate together at 6:00 o'clock. Mrs Larson was Mrs Arndorfer's teacher in 1st grade. A prenuptial shower is being held the evening, July 21, at Bancroft in honor of Phyllis Elsbecker of Bancroft. She will soon, become the bride of Ralph Simons of Algona. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll visited at the Nick Arndorfer residence Saturday evening. Dennis says he feels wonderful but is to have daily rest and not climb flights of steps. 10% Dividend By Nat'l Form Loon A ten percent dividend payment was announced by the Algona National Farm Loan Association this week. Kossuth county farm owners having Federal Land Bank farm loans through the association will receive checks totalling over $12,300, according to secretary-treasurer Eugene H. Hutchins, and will have the effect of reducing ;he interest cost on their farm loans well below the 4%.rate. The payment was made pos- ible by a dividend which the as- ociation received from Thi> federal Land Bank of Omaha, Hutchins said. The Algona NFLA, owned entirely by local farmers, is one of 1G7 national farm loan associations which own the capital stock of The Omaha land bank. Directors of the association are Henry Scheppmann, Irvington, president; Hugh Raney, Algona; Lawrence Dittmer, Lone Rock; Douglas Wildin, ' Algona; and John Miller, Burt. DANCES! AT BANCROFT WED., JULY 27 Six Fat Dutchmen WED., AUG. 3rd Fe*z Fritche City Playground Program Ends Look out mothers, the kids are going to be aJl yours in the mornings ;ig;iin—the city sponsored summer recTeution program for Algona children came to the end of another season of fun ana instruction last Friday. The six week program, under the co- directorship of Joe Deines and Tony Gu/owski, operated on the principle of giving the kids some good healthy recreation, and, at the same time, teach them a few fundementals of the favorite pass- time of every boy, baseball. About 87 kids took part in the program which included soccer, badminton, croquet, and on rainy days basketball in the school gym. But of course baseball was the bis activity on the schedule. Fifteen games were played against out of town teams. The summer program was closed by a watermelon feast at the playground Friday morning. Two more games were on the schedule. Friday night the Algona kids played Ringsted, and yesterday, Wednesday, the schedule was completed after a game with the youngsters firom Titonka. I Ex-Algona Boy Gets Degree Wayne Herbert Altwegg, a 1940 graduate of Algona high school, and son of Mr and Mrs W. H. Altwegg, who now the Hotel Oxford at Truer, la., was one of a class of 10a .students graduating from St. Ambrose College in Davenport Sunday, July 10. He received the bachelor of arts degree. Wayne had attended college two years at Winona, Minn, when his education was interrupted by servtco in the army during World War II. He then held a federal service job in Tokyo, Japan, for six years.

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