The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 12
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4-Al9eno (la.) Upptr De« Moines Tuesday, June 12, 1956 A. L Anderson New Swea City Councilman The Swca City council h<?ld ils regular June meeting recently. Chief item of business was to name a councilman to replace Gerald Grcischar. who recently moved to Fairmont, Minn. Alfred E. Anderson was appointed by the council to fill Greischar's position. There also was discussion on doing additional blacktopping of Swea City residential streets. No action was taken at this lime. The street specifically considered was the one extending from Highway 9 south past the east side of Reynolds Park. About four blocks of this street have been prepared for possible blacktopping by grading and graveling. KILLED Marion Berry, Madrid carpenter, died as the result of injuries received when a scaffolding gave way. He fell to a concrete paving below, and died within a few hours. TWISTER A small twister dipped down, near Lisbon recently, and caused heavy damages to building on the Mike McCann farm. FIRST First auto fatality in Chickasaw county this year was Richard Elliott, of Fredcricksburg. He died May 24 from injuries received. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* NO MORE RUSHING to answer a distant ring when you have a telephone in your basement workshop. And it's just the place for one of the new space-saving phones that mount handily on the wall. ) Why not call your Telephone Business Office right away and see how little it costs to have this modern convenience in your home. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. Studer Farm Featured On Magazine Featured on the cover of the current issue of "PUREBRED Magazine, The Business Paper of the Purebred Industry" is a full- cover aerial photograph of the Ben Studer farm near Wesley. The photograph above is the one used on the cover of the magazine, which has national distribution among purebred cattle breeders. A feature article in the magazine is as follows: The Studer family with five daughters and four sons has come a long way since Ben's father homcsteaded on the site of the cover picture at Wesley, Iowa. Along the way have been many highlights that thrill any breeder—the time'he paid $10.000 for a boar which later became Grand Champion at the National Swine Show in 1920—the starting of his purebred Angus in 19<iO which now number more than 325 head, many of which were imported, including 30 matrons. The longest established purebred herd on the Studer Stock Farms is the Scotch Shorthorn herd mentioned on page 70. It was started around 1920 and now numbers 100 head. The Ayrshire herd was established about 11 years ago and now includes sires and matrons that were largely imported. This herd of 45 includes 25 milk cows. The Studers generally plant about 350 acres of corn, 150 acres Quality makes the That's why...in Mid-America FORD ...Lincolns, too! CAN MOTOR OIL SAVE GAS? Your car can give you more gas mileage than you're getting ... if you use SoperPERMAlUBEl See your Standard Dealer... he will tell you how qnd why. ? We believe that leadership in sales is a reflection of the quality of products and services offered by Standard. STANDAHP Gasolines, for example, are at higher octane levels than ever, and are seasonally balanced to prevent vapor lock. Clean burning, too. They're designed for all 'round smooth, efficient, economical performance. That's why more Ford and Lincoln owners, and more owner's of all these cars- Mercury, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick, Cadillac, Plymouth, Dodge, De Soto, Chrysler, Imperial, Nash, Hudson, Studabaker and Packard —use STANDARD Gasolines than any other brand. You exeecf more from (STANDAJ?) and 0et itl STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE Phqne 132 State & Jones Cook & Son Standard Service 908 S- Phife St. en Hwy- 16? of soybeans, 150 acres of oats, with the balance being in hay and posture on a rotation basis. A farming operation of this size takes a lot of power machinery and most of it is the 4-row size, as it makes an hour of labor and tractor time cover more acres. Of special interest to livestock breeders is the double usage the Studers get out of the five.silos on the farms. In the early summer part of the silos are filled with chopped oats and hay silage. This is fed out in later summer and they are refilled in the fall with cane and corn silage for winter feeding. Although the picture shows some of the barns, it is hard to visualize their true size. The largest is 120'x40', a second is 80'x40', a third is 80'x36'. and several are open loafing-stylc barns. Both inside and outside elevators make it handy to handle and store more than 30,000 bushels of corn and small grain in the cribs and granaries. The Studer family gets ils greatest reward in purebred work when they see calf club and young farmer buyers of their seed stock enter county and state fairs and walk off with winner ribbons. and Mrs Potratz stayed for an extended visit with her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Loien Barker, in Cedar Rapids. They also visited with Mrs Pot- raiz' sister, Mrs Carl Heller in Westgate. On Wednesday Martin accompanied by Edward Potratz drove to Cedar Rapids to bring his parents home. Shirley Dau, daughter of M'. and Mrs Vivtor Dau, left for Cedar Falls, Sunday, to represent the Whit'temore American Legion Auxiliary at Hawkeye Girls State to be held at the Iowa State Teachers college campus June 10 through 1? in Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Reuben Butzke and family spent several days lost week with relatives in Sioux Falls, S. D. A number of relatives of Mrs Adelia Meyer gathered at her home,last week Wednesday evening 'to celebrate her birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs William Rusch and son of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach and Mr and Mrs Reinhard Sumach of here. Mrs Aurelia Leininger and Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch of Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Fred Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Russell Harris and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich and family attend9d the eighth grade graduation exer-1 clses of the former's granddaughter Anita Heinrich, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edgar Heinrich at Worlhrup, Minn., Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom and Mrs Bessie Walker, mother of Mrs Bjustrom and Arthur Locke of Algona visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kueckef Thursday evening. Carroll Elbert of Cedar Falls accompanied Mrs Leo Walters and Mrs Richard Vaughn to Vermillion, So. Dak., Monday where they attended the graduation exercise of Gene Harig froni the University. He majored in business admmstration, and has accepted a position with the Maytag Washer Company in Newton, Iowa, and will start his new duties this week. Shirley Dau and Janice Schultz were delegated at the Walther League convention at Lake Okobo.ii ovef the weekend. Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson and sons were at Austin, Minn, last week Sunday where they attended the graduation exercises of Donna Ray Oliver, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Oliver. They returned home Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Moran Higley and family of Omaha were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs James Besch. Mr Higley and Mrs Besch are sister anad brother. Mrs Josephine Brennan of Denver, Colo., is visiting at the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs .William Kellfey. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Whittemore By Art Heidenwith Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and the former's granddaughter Shari Ann Walker ot Albert Lea, Minn, left Friday afternoon for Aurora, and Elgin, 111. where they spent the weekend visiting with cousins and their only aunt, Mrs Louisa Meyer, 91, at Elgin. They also expected to drive through a new convertable Chevrolet for their grandson, Ralph Sobers, who is employed in Aurora, bought from the Elbert Chevrolet Garage. Mrs Dora Faulstich is visitin" at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wallu- kait in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and family, and the former's mother, Mrs Frieda Zimmerman, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, and Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade anncl family spent last week fishing in Northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Frank Piekarski are enjoying their outing at Clithcnill, Minn. Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost and family will leave for California June 29, where Mr Fro.st will be employed as a mechanic in a garage. Mr and Mrs William Meyrr Jr. and family visited at tin- home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith Tuesday evening. Miss Shari Ann Walker of Albert Lea, Minn, is visiting at the home of her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona visited at the home oi IHT pai- cnts, Mr and Mrs. Herman Voigt and at the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt ' Friday alter- noon. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dmipliy were entertained -at pinochle at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Richard Putrat/ and son Martin, and grandson Richard Potratz, and granddaughter Bonnie Potratz drove to Cedar Rapids Monday, ami timk home Liclu Barker who hud visited here lor an extended visit. Mr Tire Free If You Have The lucky License Number BRADLEY BROS. L. S. 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