Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1971 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 1, 1971
Page 6
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Business News Burt Man Attends Conference ARNOLD D. SKADBURG, left, manager of the Burt Cooperative Elevator in Burt, pictured above visiting with H. W. Cox, president of the Omaha Bank for Cooperatives, was in Omaha recently for a cooperative managers conference sponsored by the Bank. He was among more than 50 managers attending the conference. FEDERAL LAND BANK SHOWS GROWTH The Federal Land Bank Systemhasjustpassedthrough the period of highest interest rates on record, during which volume of Federal Land Bank loans has grown substantially, according to Leo Allmendinger, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Omaha Farm Credit Banks, who addressed the members of the Federal Land Bank Association of Emmetsburg at their annual stockholders' meeting held at,Corrigan Hall in Emmetsburg on Saturday, Feb. 20. However, the ^System looks forward to a brighter period with lower interest rates in prospect and an opportunity for increasing service to farmers of this area. Those making the variable interest rate loans during the past year will automatically receive an interest rate reduction. The meeting followed a lunch served to members and guests at the Assumption Parish Hall, and was the first annual meeting of the association since merger of the Algona and Spencer Associations into the Emmetsburg Association. The Manager's report shows nearly thirty million dollars in loans outstanding to nearly 1,300 members in Kossuth, Clay, Dickinson, Palo Alto and Emmet Counties served by the association, with only two delinquencies. Six directors were elected: Hugh Black, Algona; Marvin Junkermeier, Elmore, Minn.; Leonard Hansen,]Dickens; ArloW.Newman, Milford; Eugene Forey, Rolfe; and Elvin L. Sunde, Estherville. At the Board organization meeting held immediately following the annual meeting Hugh Black was elected President of the association with Elvin L. Sunde elected vice president. The working staff includes Manager E. H. Hutchins with Robert F. Reel, Iver L. Johnson, and Helen Haas as Assistant Managers. THE FEDERAL LAND BANK Association of Emmetsburg has announced that it will reduce the interest rate one-half of one percent on both new and existing Variable Rate Loans, according to E. H. Hutchins, association manager. He said the rate reduction will apply to new loans closed ^and new,japjjlicatig taken u^til further notice, rj |j -V , {•_, &J3 ,„ M All loans made during? the past year will als'b be'Sfectedtiy the rate reduction. These loans were made under the Land Bank's new variable rate plan which allows interest levels to fluctuate with economic conditions, Hutchins explained. 39 Ledyard Students In Grade School Music Fest LEDYARD - Last Saturday, thirty-nine students from the fifth through the eighth grades attended the 15th annual invitational grade school music festival at Mason City. Twenty-three received "I" ratings, and were Cheryl Runks- meier, flute solo; Beth Vriesen, Eileen Haag, Judy Inglett, Debbie Hamilton and Cynthia Cowin, B flat clarinet solos; Robert Lloyd, Colleen Reilly, Tommy Reese, Cindy Hagedorn, Tammy Busch and Debbie Hagedorn, cornet-trumpet solo; Terri Rotterman, Ramona Busch, Cynthia Jorgenson and Debbie Wentworth, saxaphone solos; Kari Sue Egesdal and Karen Blome, trombone solos; Robert Schroeder, baritone-euphonium solo, Alan Johnson, tuba solo; Julie Busch, bass clarinet; and Kevin Thompson, drum solo. Those receiving "II" ratings were Shirley Klinksiek, Trudy Bauer, Patty Asche, Dawn Munyer, Donna Hamilton, Scott Keil, Michelle Munyer, Connie Asche, Tracy Munyer, Billy Poppe, Russell Schroeder, Bradley Loucks, David Stenzel, Greg Brandt, Richard Poppe and Roily Gelhaus. John Juist -is the music director at the Ledyard school. - o - GIRL SCOUTS MEET The Ledyard junior Girl Scouts met Feb. 16 at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church. Discussed was the cookie sale which started Feb. 26. New officers were picked for two patrols. Those chosen for "A Seed A Day" are Dawn Munyer, patrol leader; Jeaa Kollasch, assistant patrol leader; Jackie Johnson, treasurer; and Cindy Cowin, scribe. Those chosen for "Girls In Action" were Patty Asche, patrol leader; Beth Vriesen, assistant patrol leader; Kari Egesdal, treasurer; and Donna Hamilton, scribe. After a business neetug, several games were played. Mrs. Vriesen brought treats lor the group. (By Donna Hamilton, Scribe). BAPTISMAL RITES Kevin Lynn Keil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Keil, Rosemount, Minn., was baptized last Sunday by Rev. Victor Vriesen at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Runks- meier entertained the Bruce Keils and Kevin and his sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Larry DeBoer; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil, and Scott; and great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaphengst, Elmore, and Mrs. Ida Darnell, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Runksmeier, Cheryl and Craig, Rev. and Mrs. Victor Vriesen and family, Mrs. John Brandt and Lena Runksmeier at dinner following the service. Kevin wore the same outfit •his father wore at his baptism. - o AUXILIARY MEETS The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday afternoon at the Legion hall at 1:45 p.m. - o Mrs. Walter Klocke 'had hip surgery at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester Feb. 15. She,will be hospitalized for several weeks and mail will reach her addressed to 4th floor, Room 199. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Darnell and Mrs. Ida Darnell were in Emmetsburg last Saturday. Sheridee Jorgenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jorgenson, was discharged from the Buffalo Center hospital last Wednesday. She had been admitted the previous Saturday night. Brenda Wentworth visited the Michael Koons home in Fairmont last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bon- stad and Anton Bonstad, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Bonstad and boys, Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Clayton Roseboro. Mrs. Roseboro's father stayed to visit his daughter for awhile. Mrs. Roger Fletcher left from Fairmont Saturday for her home in Colorado Springs. She was an overnight guest of the Leonard Bonstads in Fairmont last Friday night. 4 — Kouuth County Advance Monday, March 1, 1*71 Mr. and Mrs. HaroW Wentworth and Brenda visited the Maurice Blairs last Sunday. William Sullivan was admitted to the United Hospital U Blue Earth Saturday and hre son, James, last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sharp, Des Moines, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson, last weekend. C. Jack Countryman visited them Saturday afternoon. Mr. andMrs.DelbertSchaeller and family, Burt, visited her parents, the Harold Wentworths, last Saturday night. R«c*ivt Music Ratings At LuV«rne School LUVERNE (Special)-Students in grades 5 to 8 from LuVerne Community School received the following ratings at the grade school Invitational Music Contest in Mason City last Saturday, Feb. 20. Superior - Becky Hefty and Terry Hine, flute duet; Joni Wilhelm, trombone; Sandra Nelson, flute; Jay Schipull, baritone; Susan Woif, clarinet; Paul Bormann, trombone; and Robin Guy, clarinet. Excellent - David Hurlburt, trombone; Becky Hefty, flute; Diane Gjerstad, alto sax; Vicki Gronbach, dram; Terry Hinz, flute; and Paula Wilhelm, cornet. Good - Pam McClellan, clarinet; Larry Trauger, cornet; Denise Kiley, flute; Dennis Kiley, trombone; Scott Kinne, cornet; Diane Marty, flute; Barbara Stille, clarinet; Kent Barber, drum; Paula Jergensen, cornet; and David Marty, drum. lIHIMINMNHNIIIIIIIIimilllllltlll^ ST. JOE IHMHWNnWMHMNWItHnlltllTHHttlNltttlltnltlnlll Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, Bob Bormaim, Mrs. Vernon Mathe, LuVerne, Mrs. Leo Kirschbanm, Sexton, and Leo Mergen, Algona, attended the funeral of a cousin, AdolphLosch, 71, Park Ridge, Chicago, 111., Wednesday at St. Paul of Cross Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Von Bank, Agnes Berte, Ft. Dodge, Ruth Ann Streit and Marlyi Wagner ceremofties ana "reception Sunday afternoon in Emmetsburg. Jean Marie Streit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Von Bank, 1970 Garrigan graduate, was among the students receiving her cap at the Iowa Lakes Community College in Emmetsburg. Ruth Ann Streit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Von Bank, is employed at the Mrs. Charlotte Mergen beauty shop in Whittemore. '.-,-•. Mr. and Mrs. Skip Sodon, Jr., Chicago, HI., spent the weekend, in the home of Mrs. Sodon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Jerry and Harlan. They also joined the neighbors Saturday at a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Weydert. The Wey- derts are moving to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Big and Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Illg, all from Avoca, Minn., were visitors Thursday with cousins. Fiancee Of Gerald Bormann MR. AND MRS. Bruce Lamport of Spencer announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynda to Gerald Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bormann of LuVerne. Miss Lamport and her fiance are students at Mankato State College. No wedding date has been set. the Denny Kissinger home in Decorah last Sunday. Sunday even- Ing they were all dinner guests at the hottie of Mr.andMrs.Darrell Swisher, Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Owenson and children, Camdenton, Mo., were called to Bode Friday by the sudden death of her father, A. C. Rossing, following an apparent heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rossing, Waverly, also spent several days at the Rossing home following the death of his father. Mrs. Rand Fisher, Red Oak, and David Quill, Chicago, spent several days at the home of their mother, Mrs. Nora Quill. They came to attend funeral services for their uncle, A. C. Rossing, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torgerson, Sacramento, Calif., are in Iowa, called here by the sudden death of her brother, Jack Thorn, Rutland. -CENTENARIAN- i Mrs. Minnie .Hendrickson, a longtime resident of Columbus Junction, observed her Ipoth birthday there Feb. 17. Uhtil she was in her nineties she kept up her farm home after which she moved to town. ; Bode Couple Back From Southlands ^^^^^^M^mmmmmmm^mysm^^mm^m^mi^^m^m Bert Gardner,, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Kissinger, Decorah, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baessler, Humboldt, were Sunday dinner guests at the Tommy Kissinger home in Liver more. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rood spent the weekend in Lamoni and attended an open house for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barnes, on their 60th wedding anniversary at the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cash, Clear Lake, visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Pearl Barber, and she was their gue'st at a smorgasbord at the Hillcrest in Humboldt. ' Mr. and MrsTDenny Kissinger, Decorah, spent the weekend in the homes of their parents, the Ronald Olsons and Tommy Kissingers and attended the wedding in Humboldt Saturday of Cyndy Olson and David Haisrud. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Wigans, Kristen and Karmen, Williamsburg, were guests at the Myron Clancy and Claretta Wigans homes in Hardy and attended . the wedding of Mrs. Wigans* cousin, Cyndy Olson, to Dayid Haisrud at Humboldt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Tommy ' Kissinger and.Cheryl visited at BODE — Mr. and Mrs. Torger Johnson returned Sunday from a two-week vacation in southern states. . Their first stop was at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson, and family in Sioux City; then to Ponca City, Okla. to visit at the Fred Johnson home. They then went to McAllen, Tex. and visited Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Nell Wickey. They returned home through the Lake of the Ozarks. - o BODE FOLKS FETED A number of former Bode residents were entertained recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. . Julius Opheim, Lakewood, Calif. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. , Earl Skaugstad, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nasby, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil",.:- Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hunzeker, Mr. and Mrs. David Opheim, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Opheim and Rev. and Mrs. Kent Johnson and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Breen of Hurley, S.D., who are spending the winter in California. - o- 62ND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hinz, Lu- i Verne, will be observing their; ; 62nd wedding anniversary Feb. ^ 28. M^s. Melvin Bratland and Mrs. Leb JTofteberg^Bpde,... and.,., Mrs. Lester Wehrspann, Ottosen, are daughters of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Hinz have lived all their lives in the LuVerne community and are parents of eleven children. > - o - . • -'' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berge, Clinton, spent the weekend with relatives in the Bode .area and attended the Olsoh-Halsrud wedding in Humboldt Saturday. Steve DeGroote returned to Penn College, Oskaloosa, Sunday after spending the weekend at the Melvin'bison home and attending the Olson-Haisrud wedding in Humboldt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pflibsen and family and Mrs. Leona Pflibsen spent Sunday at the Francis Pflibsen home in Zumbrota, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Aure and Todd, Mr. andMrs.'Ronald Olson, See the dryer in the roof of a bin at one of the following locations: • March 4, Thursday - Morris Skadburg farm in Goldfield. 5 miles north of Holmes on blacktop, 3 miles west on north side of the road. • March 5, Friday - Ernie Macha farm in Renwick. 4!/2 miles north, one west and Vi south of Renwick. •'•Match-9, Tuesday - Harley Brandt farm in Titonka. 1 V* mile south, VA east of Titonka. FREE COFFEE - DONUTS - DOOR PRIZES 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on all 3 days. Visit with users, factory representatives and Stockdale representatives. Stockdales of Iowa Falls 7 miles north, 3 miles west of Iowa Falls Ph.(515)648-4271 (9A-10A) Don't spend the long, hot summer crowded together in one room. Why cool your home a-room-at-a-time? Unless, of course, that's the way you like to live—all huddled together in one room. But, if you don't like living that way, then you should look into whole-house gas air conditioning. Gas cools like nothing else, and it cools your entire home so that every, room and every corner is qne^hundred^ per cent livable. A silent, Iri&tural gas cooling system is ecpriprnical, too. And it ;r has no moving parts to break'dpWri'or'wfear out. So.'don't pac'k up .viir b)i;.. ; •:!,:. ••.<; .:u your family and rKove to one"roomi for' fh'b'summ'e'r'. Cobl'yo'ur"entire ,•, ( ,,., .. .,.-,,r, home the modern'Way—with efficient, dependable, cool, cool, natural ' ' "••••'•' < gas. See your local gas company or gas appliance dealer for the names of people who sell and service gas air conditioning equipment. Gas makes the big difference. Cool your whole house with gas. ^'^J •• l™IIVij you know how dependable Ramrod 9 granules are for weed control.in corn. .Well,.let me tell you something else . . . Lasso" granules are just as good for cleaning out both grasses and broadleaf weeds in Corn and Soybeans. That's right... Lasso granules, the dependable herbicide from Monsartto, gives you excellent control of Foxtail,.Fall Panicum, Yellow Nirtsedge, Pigweed and many more troublesome grasses and WMdt. You can apply Lasio pre-emerge with good results under a wide range of moisture conditions. Lasso, your one best herbicide for two major crops; works great In Midwe»t«rn Cornfad Soybtwfe. r> ••(tor Mt yaw Farm Cham- JcaJ SuapJfer now tor appW- cation ami rata data/to about LajMpMWtop far Corn and SoyWans. BRADLEY FARM SUPPLY Hi. fi4-t«9f tort Monsanto St. Louis, Missouri 63166 PURCHASE OFFER NORTH CENTRAL CENTRAL CONDITIONER PUBLIC SERVICE ALGONA

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