The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 19, 1956
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6~AJgona (la.) Upper Oes Moinej Tuesday, June 19, 1956 Cylinder Couple Wed May 11, Fairville Church Mis.-- F-'.-inces Schmr-lin.1. dau- Mliti-i •>! M, nnd Mrs Olio Sch- mi'hm,' i 1 ! 1 Cylinder, and Robert WH:-br;>d. .-on <•! Mr and Mr* I'Vijuk \Yt.'iVim>d. :i!so nf Cylinder, WIM-V united in marriage at St. T,iik''s Lutheran church in Fair- villo on Sunc1:iy afternoon. May 1)7. in a 2 .}(' o'clock ceremony. Thr il'iuhle ring service was prrfonu'.'d in- (lie Rev. A. C. Kmgc i. Mi*.- Kmma Jean Evans of Dol- livcr. vas :nfiid of honor. Mr tt'cishrod wa? attended by his butting-, Wallace Weisbrod, as h«\<t num. Lyle Haack and \Vnvno Schmeling. brother of the hride. served as ushers. Nuptial mu.«ir was provided bv Lnrl Pettit of Whittemore. She also accompHiiied. Miss Wandc Jatobson. as she sang "Bless This House"'nnd the "Lord's Prayer." A reception for 160 relatives ;md friends was held, in the church parlors after the 'ceremony. Assisting were: Mrs Freelove Weisbr6d Of Fenton, Alvina Schultz of Emmetsburg, Mrs Carl Beck, Mrs Loren" Alderson, Mrs Hilbc-rt BiC-rstedt, Mary Ellen Schmeling. Joyce Voigl, Judy Voigt and .Beth Ann Newell. The bride is .a graduate of Cylinder high school and Esther- vilte Junior college and for the- past two years, has been teaching at Kmgsted. The bridegroom is a graduate of Cylinder high school and has spent two years in the armed forces. After a wedding trip. Mr and Mrs Schultz are" at home on a farm northeast*of Cylinder. • Sweti City Lady Hurt In Crash Wife Of Lnkotn Pastor To Teach In Calif. Prison Lakota—Mr Hugh Lewis drove In Hospers Sunday. June JOth, and Mrs Lewis who had been there since Wednesday returned home with him. Mrs Lewis went there to help her sister, Mrs Fabe Loats with packing to move to California where Rev. Loats has been for the past month. Mrs Loats will teach Music, English and Bible at the Women's Prison at Chino, Cal. Move To New Home ' Mr and Mrs Fred Christ moved the past week into their new- home recently completed. It is located between the Methodist Parsonage and Walter Leslie's home. The Christ's son Eugene who was recently "married to Katherine Schutter of Titonka have taken over the farming. JoAnn Kay was born to Mr and Mrs John Berschman, June llth at the Britt Hospital. This is the second daughter for Mr and Mrs Berschman. Lt. Colonel and Mrs Kenneth Krig and family of ShrevepoiH, La, visiting Mrs Krig's mother, Mrs Fred Sleeker. Shelda Hertzke attended Girls State at Cedar Falls June 10th to 17th. Shelda's trip was sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary. Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Ukena arrived home Tuesday after an absence of several weeks. They were guests of Jerry's brpther, Dr. Maynard Ukena and family in Ames after his release from the University hospital for t w o weeks, Mr and Mip V. A. Barrett and children visited Mr Barrett's sister and family, the Frank Fitzgeralds at Lime Springs from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs Orville Ruby accompanied Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger of Ledyard to Storm Lake, • Monday where they attended funeral services fur Mrs Ella Blattgarest, a cousin. Mr and Mrs Richard Price moved the past week to Buffalo Center where they recently purchased a house. Mr and Mrs Rudolph McKinney and granddaughter of Amery, Wis. were guests of Mrs McKinney's aunt, Mrs Harriet Warburton, Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Carl Gerzema took her mother, Mrs Johanna Frerichs? to Buffalo Center Wednesday afternoon to call on Mrs F. Limberg who is ill. This was Grandma Frerichs first ride since she- had major surgery in April. She recently celpbrated her 85th birthday. The P.W.O. met Thursday afternoon in the Presbyterian church parlors Hostesses were the Mcsdames H. H. Murray. E. A. Wortman, Elmer Haas, John Furst and Herman Jutting. Mr;, I. E. 'Wortman gave the devotions and a program was presented by the Junior Fellowship. Ted Hutchison Admitted To Bar T«d Hutchison, son of Mr and Mrs T. C,. Hutchison, Algona, a 1956 law graduate at the University of |owa, was one of 74 admitted to practice before the Iowa bar Friday after passing three days of state examinations ai Iowa City. Justice Norman Hays of the Iowa {Supreine Court administered the oath of office, Attorney General Dayton Countryman pre- &e»UKi certificates of admission to th£ Iowa bar, aad complimentary Qfte-yeaj- memberships in tbe Iowa Bar Association were IQ oIT wh* passed the tests. Swea Ciiy — Mrs Harold Hep- vick suffered a broken rib and her 14-year-old son escaped with bruises when the car Mrs Hes- vick was driving went out of control and left the road. The machine turned completely over and righted itself -in the deep ditcii. It was badly damaged. The accident happened on n Kravrled road northwest of Swe;i City as Mrs Hesvick and son wore onrotite home from Esthervilh. 1 where they had visited her father, Charles Ditsworth, a patient at Holy Family hospital. Mrs Mesvick and son were treated by Dr. R. F. Sttyder, Swea City, and were not hospitalized. Portland Club Holds Annual Family Picnic Portland — The Four Corner Social Club of Portland had its! annual family picnic supper Tuesday evening. June 12th. at the Portland Community Hall. Those attending were the W .J. Stewarts, Lloyd Bartletts. Bernard Phelps, Lewis \ Larsens. Dwight Ruses. Levant Moores. Earl Zwiefels. Ted Hikes. Herman Harms, Verle Nelsons, Victor Fitchs, MVs .Minnie Sperring and Mrs Hazel Carroll, and family. _ ^ Mr and Mrs George Johnson went to Blue Earth Friday afternoon to meet Mr and Mrs Roy Clark from JJenderson, Minn. The Johnsons and Clarks had supper at the Ray Fitch home. Leo Clark of Brilt was also a supper guest. Mrs Ear] Zwiefel accompanied Mr and Mrs Louis Huber to Crystal Lake, Friday afternoon, to attend the funeral of Glen Peck. who at the time of his death. lived at Boston, Mass. Gercl Henken, formerly of Portland, was one of the pallbearers. The Glen Pecks once lived on the farm where Neal and Donald Michaelsen now live. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch attended an "Early Father's Day Celebration," last Sunday at the Robert Clark's of Humboldt. Eleven Clark brothers and sisters were present and their father, Charles Clark. One brother, Merle Clark of Woburn, Mass, was unable to attend. There were about 35 in all. Clyde Moore and family attended 'i:tho wedding of Betty Kenne at Gowrie Sunday, June 10> The Portland Social Club met Thursday evening at the Portland Community Hall for a picnic supper. A week ago Sunday Mr and Mrs George Koestler and family went to Duluth, Minn., to help Mrs Koestler's parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Lovstad celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. All seven of the children weve home for the occasion. Clyde Moore and family visited Thursday evening at the Victor Fitch home. Mrs : George » Koestler, Vernal and Vicki left Thursday morning for Rockford, 111., where they visited a sister of Mrs Koestler's, Mr and Mrs Adolph Dahlgren and family. On the way down they stopped at Stewart vi lie, Minn, and visited a brother, Lester Lovstad and family and at Rochester they visited Mrs Clara McChane. They returned home Sunday. Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs George Johnson took Mr and Mrs Roy Clark to Blue Earth to meet the bus to take them. to their home at Henderson, Minn. Vernal Lovstad left Tuesday morning for Rockford, 111., where he will work. Modesty: The feeling that others will discover in a little while just how wonderful you are. Wm. Rustemier, Bancroft, Weds Bancroft—Catherine Ann Bender, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clem Bender of North English, Iowa became the bride of William Rus- tenvier, son oi Mr and Mrs William Rustemier of Bancroft, June 5 ^at Immaculate Conception church, Armah, Iowa. The Rev. Father James Greene, uncle of the bride, performed the cere- »nonv. The bride und groom were ut- tcndi-d by Monica Bender, sister oJ the bride and Patrick Bradley, friend of the bridegroom. William Bender and Mile Sulentic were uslu-rs. A reception and dinner were held following the wedding. The young couple will make their home in Cedar Falls where they attend Iowa State Teachers College. Those attending from here were Mr and Mrs Rustemier and Carol •jnd T-Sgt. and Mrs Thomas Rus- temier arid Billy of Baiksdale, La. At Red Cross Camp Five young people from K«s- suth County attended thfc Hud Cross Training Camp at Die 4-H camp location near Boone. Attending were June Johnson and Janet Thomson, Swea City; Patricia O'Brien, St. Joe; Richard Hench, Titonka; Grace Mi-Kim, Algoua and one counselor, Jeanette Sorensen, Algona. Under Water Or Over It, All Same To Fred Hutzell After 1 spending, five of his years as a member of the U. S. Navy in submarines, Fred Hut/ell, shown here, son of Mr and.Mrs Roy Hutzell. Algona. has \ to ivy something different, that is, flout on, instead of under water. KreH, who joined the navy in June. 1948, soon after graduation from the local high school, will report about August 1 to the U.S.S. Essex, a huge aircraft carrier, at San Diego. Following boot camp at San Diogo, which look up the first 12 weeks after enlistment at Mason City, Fred was assigned submarine school at New 'Condon, Conn. After eight weeks nf schooling, he was put aboard the U.S.S. Argonaut, where he «erved, as well as on several >ther submarines until March, 15)53. \ Hutzell is a yeoman in the lavy and his duties are basically •leiical, although, he says, 'Everyone on a sub doubles at some other line of work.' The doubling up of duties is clue to the fact only 80 men comprise the entire crew, officers and enlisted men, of most submarines, which have been conducting tests of all kinds since World War II. "I'll have a lot more shipmates on the Essex," said Fred, "in fact, maybe 4,000 more." At the conclusion of his five years in subs. Fred was transferred to the Naval Torpedo Testing Range at Piney Point, Md., where he served for a year, then was sent to Naval Intelligence School • at Washington, D. C. That's where he's been since 1954 until now. Fred's most memorable trip was a three-month cruise on the Spikefish, the final sub he served Fred Hutzell on. to the Virgin Islands, and the longest period spent by»him submerged in a sub was two days. He has served on snorkel-type submarines, which can stay under water for a great length of time when necessary. Fred met Noema Mattingly, Leonardtown. Md., and married her in August, 1953. They have a 2-year old daughter, Trudi. Mrs Hutzell and the little girl will live with her parents in Maryland while Fred is in the Far East for at least six months on the Essex. One of the prime reasons for the Hutzell's visit to Algona, besides spending time with his parents, was to attend the wedding of Fred's brother, Floyd, to Carol Collins, June 10. They ended" their visit hero Friday, (Upper Des Moines Flashfoto- Engraving) LuVerne Girls At Convention Of 4-H Clubs LuVerhe — Attending the 4-H Girls State Convention at Iowa State College, Ames, June 13 to 16 were Leone Rummens, Vernon; Eleanor Rockwood, Lu- Verne Live Wires and Judy Hobschiedt, LuVerne Peppy Pals. Thursday Club The Thursday Club met in the home of Mrs Dennis Carroll with. Mrs George Wolf and Mrs Merlin Trauger assisting hostesses. 25 members answered roll call, This was the last meeting until September so ,the secret sisters werej revealed. Those receiving gifts were Virginia Merriam, Mrs Wolf, Elizabeth Marks, Mrs Leo Carman and Mrs Carroll. Entertainment was in charge, of Mrs Charles Sorensen and Stella Waltman. Bunco was played with prizes awarded to Mrs Henry Clarken, Mrs Opal Livingston and Mrs Ethel Mullin. ' Illinois Guests Mr and Mrs Paul Rieser of Downers Grove, Illinois are visiting in the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll and other relatives in this vicinity. In Music Camp Ronald Stone went to Iowa City Sunday where he has enrolled in the / two weeks All State Music Camp at the University of Iowa. His mother, Mrs Ray Stone took Ronald Saturday and they were over night guests in the Mrs George Stone home in Cedar Rapids. Mrs Gilbert Rowen, Faith Ann and Larry of Dayton were Monday visitors in the Mr and Mrs Carl Groh home. Faith Ann remained to go with the band to Mason City festival Tuesday. Dana Lichty of Mason City is visiting in the home of lu-r grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty. Tuesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs William Erpekling were Mr and Mrs Ronald Gilmore of San Jose, Calif., and Kristine Arend of Algona. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Edward Arend and boys of Algona. Ray Stone returned home from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Monday, where he had undergone emergency surgery. Mr and Mrs Harding Hansen nre the parents of a ten pound, si-ven ounce son born Tuesday, June 12, at St. Ann hospital, Algona. This is their fourth child, they now have two boys and two girls. Mrs Hansen is the former Betty Patterson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milo Patterson. Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus and Sheri go to Decorah for the Father's Day weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs L. H. Seims. Alice Ann Barton, nurses aid at Mt-rcy hospital, Ft. Dodge, spent Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton and Virginia. Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston, their granddaughter Jea;j Eggleston of Webb left Friday morning for a week's- vacation trip. They will visit her sister, Mrs Gladys Clayton, Spring Valley, Wis.; her cousin, Mrs Emma Sydness in Rochester, Minn., a niece, Mrs Elmer Smith in Charles City and in Marquette with their SQfi, Mr and Mrs Alden Eggleston and family. Gary, nine year old son of Mr, and Mrs Elmer Youngwirth, is spending a week on vacation with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Youngwith at Algona. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch and his brother, Arlie Goetsch have returned froth several days fishing at Detroit Lakes in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Paul Rieser of Downers Grove, Illinois visited in the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll and family. Mrs Lillie O. Hesse had as dinner Quests recently her son, Dr and Mrs Norman H. Hesse and family of Renwick and Mr and Mrs E. J. Groden and Marilyn qf Portland, Maine, parents and sister of Mrs Norman HeSse. Dr. and Mrs Jack Harris, daughters, Patti and Mona left Thursday for a two weeks vacation trip to Colorado. They, will visit her parents, Mr and Mrs J. F. Baker in Buena Vista, Mrs Ida Harris and Kenneth and Mr and Mrs Jack W. Harris in Lamar. Mr and Mrs James Doaks and Nita Sue left Friday for Missouri where they will visit his mother, Mrs Grace Doaks, at Columbia, his brother, Victor Doaks at Hallsville, and other relatives at Vandallia, Milan, Gallatin and Lake of Ozarks. Mr and Mrs Claire Champine returned from a week's vacation at Lake Okoboji Wednesday evening. They took their trailer h'ouse and left it for further vacation. They are planning a trip west during the summer. Both are teachers in the LuVerne high school with Mrs Champine as principal of the school. Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellar. and Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach spont the past week fishing in northern Minn. They also visited the cabin resort of Mr and Mrs Harold Sorensen while away. Mr and Mrs Lavvrence Miller, accompanied by his brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Geo. Tiede of Fairmont, Minn, went to Madison, S. D. to visit their eou- sins, Mr and Mrs Merle Holle and family. The Missionary Guild were guests in the home of Mrs Eli Eager, Wednesday afternoon. Seventeen members were in attendance. Mrs Bertie C. Ramus led the devotional service, followed by several readings. After a social hour refreshments were served. Tuesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs A1- vin Weber were Mr and Mrs Mayn'ard Woodbury of Washington, D. C., Henry Weber of Corwith and YM3 and Mrs Jerry Weber of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs Woodbury is a daughter of Henry Weber. Mr and Mrs Angelus Koester and daughter Elizabeth of Hudson, N. Y. visited the past week in the Adolph Koester, Henry, Thees and John Schnakt-nberg hunies. George Jeffers, LaVerne Jeffers, Ed Hof and David Trauger left Tuesday morning for fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolliffe. accompanied Mr and Mrs Eddie Moore of Hafdy to the auto races in Des Moines Sunday. Mrs Gladys Gorman, Des Moines and her service son, Darwin stationed in Colorado visited Monday with Mr and Mrs Herman Meyer. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Loren Larson 01 Algona, Mr and Mrs Roy Tilford of Ottosen visited Thursday in the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Meyer. Mr Meyer remains critically ill at his home here. Mrs Mike Coyle .of Ottosen visited her friends, Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolliffe Saturday. Mr and Mrs Roy Tilford of Ottosen visited Thursday in the Cecil Jolliffe home. Mrs Margaret Fritz of Fort Dodge visited over the weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton and daughter. Titonka Teacher On Extended European Tour Tilonka — Mrs Mary Oesterreicher of Titonka left June 15 for Chicago for a few day's visit with her sister and family, Dr. J. Coyl£ and from there she will fly to Idlewild, N. Y.. where she will join a group of people of the middle states on a Lincoln four. They will leave the airport at New York City June 20 and will tour England, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Italy and France. She will leave the tour at Paris for a two week visit in the Grand Duche' of Luxemburg where she will visit relatives and the birth- nlace 'of her father, Dr. Pierre Sartor.- She will then leave from Paris to London and then to New York again by plane on her homeward trip. Mrs Oesterreicher is a local teacher and has taught in and around Titonka for the past 30 yefers. Band Teacher Arrives Phil Faaborg of Kimbalton has arrived to take over his duties as summer band instructor and will be a full time instructor at Titonka high school this coming year. He is* a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College and will take the place of Wayne Pringle of Mason City who was part- time instructor at' Titonka last season. Phil will give lessons this summer and will also have "an hour long concert at the city park every Wednesday evening. Has Major Surgery Grady Smith, local barber, arrived home Saturday after a major operation at Iowa City. He was brought home by ambulance from Floyd where he had been recuperating at the home of his daughter and family, the Clarence Wiegmans. His wife has been at his bedside all during the time of his illness. He has been Titonka's only barber the past few years. Joan Johnson, daughter of Mr .and Mrs John D. Johnson, has left for Chicago where she will study anelthesia at the Cook County Graduate School of Medicine. She has recently been a registered nurse at the Buffalo Center hospital and plans are that she "return there after her three months of studies. John Boehm • went to Des Moines for his physical check-up for entrance into the U.S. Army and has passed and is now stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. His wife, the former Amy Fisher, will remain at home until his permanent destination is known. Mr and Mrs Vernon Krull are the parents of a baby girl, Kathleen Mae, born June 10 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Richard Thacker and family of Woodward visited Thursday at the Paul and Fred Thacker- homes. Mr and Mrs Gerald Perdue ana Candice of Wichita, Kan., are spending u few days visiting relatives in and around Titonka. Mr and Mrs DeLois Dunnivan and family arrived Saturday for the wedding of Mrs Dunnivan's brother, Roger Krominga, and Mary Ann Lunri. Mrs Dunnivan and family plan to stay for a few week's vacation at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga. Mr and Mrs Henry D. Harms are the parents of a baby son, Bradley Amos, born June 5 at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs Harms and infant son came home 3unday. Mrs Wm. Peterson entertained her 500 club Thursday. < Guests were Mrs Lois Norland and Mrs Ella Fisher. Prites were won by Mrs Esther Peterson, Mrs Ricklefs arid Mrs Gertrude Bartlett. Mr ant : Mrs tftinipr f hacker Am sons of Rock Rapids visited fro'm Tuesday till Thursday at the parental Anna Alke and the Paul Thaekfer residences. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters visited Saturday at the Virgil Miller home in Al* bert Lea, Minn. Mr and Mrs George Bonackef- have returned from their cottage in Minnesota and Mr Bonacker will accompany his brother, Ray, of Reinbeck, oji a trip to Canada and Mrs Bonacker will attend teachers college at Cedar Falls for the summer term. Mr and Mrs Harry Haakenson and family of Seattle, Washfare Visiting here with M/s Haakeri- son's mother, Mrs Alice Buffington, who has been in failing health the past year, and other relatives in and around Titonka. Mrs Adolph Missal was taken by her son Albert to Rochester, Minn, where she will undergo treatment at St. Mary's hospital. Her room number is 3-112. Titonka Singer On Europe Tour * Titonka — Irvin Rippentrop, son of Mr George Rippentrop of Titonka, left Tuesday, June 12, for Harrisburg, Pa. to visit friends and then went to New York City. He left by plane June 19, for Paris where he will join the other members of an All-American Chorus as a soloist this summer. There are 68 members in the chorus drawn from all parts of the United States but he is the ony one from the state of Iowa. Each member is a soloist, choral director or a student of recognized merit. The music used will be written exclusively by Americans and it serves to create a stimulus to further creative work in this field. The choir will travel, through Germany, France, Austria, Holland, Switzerland, Belgium and England and then will perform in Montreal and Quebec and will conclude their toiir when they get to New York City the first part of August. They will t -appear in most of the larger cities of these countries and will appear in churches, in "'some of the major concert halls of Europe and will appear on European radio shows. Irvin is a Titonka High School graduate of 1946, attended Drake University, taught three years at Ackley and the past year at Decorah as a high school vocal instructor. He will again teach at Decorah in the fall.- Firemen At SweaCityTo Hove Dance Gify— The annual Firemen's Dance will be held June 26 at Intel-taken ballroom. Earl Hughes and his orchestra will play for dancing. Advance sale of tickets is now tinder way. •Proceeds of the dance will be applied toward purchase of a '1000-gal Water tank and truck to be used at all farm fires. Last year's hot, dry summer with its unusual number of serious farm fires pointed up the need for such equipment. The department now has a considerable amount of equipment for fighting rural fires but the new-^tank will eliminate the water shortages that have on occasion hampered 'the fire company. Ottosen OK's Lights Ottosen voters aporoved an expenditure of $5,000 "for lights for a bafteVffill park at a recent special election. Therte were 96 favorable votes, with three againsti Ottosen plans "two baseball teams, one of high school age and the second 15 years and under. Algona Girls At Twirlers' School Two Algona high school girls, Marilyn Dreesmati and Helen Kuhlmann. are among 271 high school students from seven.states who will receive instruction in band, orchestra and baton twirling at the University of Iowa, June 17 to July 30. T h e Algona representatives will be the only ones from Kossuth county at the All-State Music Camp. A total of three separate bands will be formed during the instruction period for drill and instruction under famous instructors. The students will reside in SUI dormitories and will take courses in many aspects of music. Moselle. Sauternc and Chiantl are all names of various types of wine. Prairie Pals Met June 9 Prairie Pals met June 9 at the home of Nancy Downs with Carol Grandgenett assisting. Darlene and Delores Studer gave reports on camp at Clear Lake, Merle Ann Harig gave a talk on "Is Lightning a Miss or a Hit," Eileen McCarthy gave a talk on "How to Make a dusting mitt." Mrs August Studer gave a demonstration "Flower arrangement in the Home" and our leader, Mrs Herman Wise, helped us with the fair project. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. • On th« rails now or coming soon to augment The ' Milwaukee Road's big fleet of freight cars are cov- i *red hoppers, airslide covered hoppers and giant 4 mechanical refrigerators with roller bearings. Also cither types of cars for modern industrial needs. Milwaukee Road electronic classification yards are cutting switching' time in half at Milwaukee and at Bensenville, just west of Chicago. A third pushbutton yard is now building at St. Paul-Minneapolis. Other yards have been enlarged. Early in 1955 The Milwaukee Road became—and •still is—the first Midwest-Northwest railroad to use all modern diesel and electric power. More new diesels have now been added assuring faster, more dependable movement under all conditions. Route of lh« Super Dome Hi AW AT HAS and Western : "CITIES" Streamliners Chicago, Milwaukee, St.' and Pacific Railroad ,' Paul 354 "Well, maybe not quite all. I started with pretty good chicks. And M« and I tale good) care of th»m. But we top off that good care with FELCQ feeds. *We start with FELCO Chick Starter with SQ., then at six weeks, we switch our chicks te> FELCO Grower Mash with SQ. At 16 weeks, they go a FELCO Laying ProgramWe feed, FELCO'S 26% No Grain. 'Course, ygu might prefer FELCO'S 18%', 20°/ 8 or 38% Feed*. They're all good. ,"Best of all, I'm doing business with myself when 1 buy FELCO Feeds. I share in thos» cooperative savings. You can't beat a deal like that. Take my advice, and see the boy» •t your cooperative elevator. That's the only place you can buy FELCO Feedv," Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore The Farmers Elevator, Bode, Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co.; Swea City, West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., lone Rock Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton

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