Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1971 · Page 7
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Benefit Style Show At Ottosen Next Friday OTTOSEN - The Ottosen Commercial Club will sponsor a benefit program and style show Friday, April 9 at 8 p.m. The Community tailoring class will model the garments they have completed. The class has met five times during the winter. Mrs. Albert Thorsen was the instructor, assisted by Mrs Howard Hellickson. Coffee and cookies will be served after the program. The thirteen members of the tailoring class are Mrs. James Banwart, Mrs. Gary Anliker, Mrs. Cletus Hundertmark, Mrs. Merril Hefty, Mrs. Victor Banwart, Mrs. Le Roy Larson, Mrs. Richard Kinseth, Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Mrs. Gerald Hoffman, Mrs. Clem Ludwig, Mrs. Ed Von Bank, Mrs. Ed Kemna and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden CATION- 112 N.Moore Algona We have moved. Come into see us for your money needs. We can finance your next new or used car, consolidate your debts, or loon you money to pay taxes, medical expenses, etc. on our low payment plan. All loans confidential. PITTMAN FINANCE CORfr. UNITED LOAN SERVICE Loans under $1,000 made by United Loan Service under supervision of State Banking Dept. (14A thru 1SU) DEALERS rn AROUND A LOT" ABOUT THEIR DRYING TANKS! There are lots of different companies selling drying tanks. (•••• - _ .' . ' ":..•;_ 7^ •.:;'. .Y?.*$,. *, * Basically they're all alike but BehleH is * They will all Dry Corn. * 90% of them have to use and sell component parts from 4 to 5 manufactures in their Drying Tanks. * Many of the companies who sold drying tanks a few years ago are gone — no home anymore. * You can buy a Behlen Drying Tank as cheaply as any other make, if you want to use the same type augering and drying equipment and will be satisfied with the same results as the others produce. The Behlen Tank is no higher priced than other makes. * You can put steering devices in Behlen Drying Tanks. True, you lose, several hundred bushel storage capacity by so doing but you can do it. * Behlen is the only company which makes all its own heat units, augers, grain distributors that they use, in their own factory. * Behlen is the only company which makes large fans and heat units, that can be locked up to 1/TR.E.A. Electrical Lines. 1 — 40 H.P. Size produces over 65,000 C.F.M. of air delivery. * There are only two things that dry corn. Air and heat. When you have enough of these two, you dry corn the best and cheapest way. Behlen hat large fans. If you don't, you use substitute equipment to help do the job. The Behlen way is the simplest and cheapest. * We'd be more than happy to talk to you about a new Behlen Drying Tank. We'll sell it to you with any equipment you wish to buy. You'll like our service, our erection and concrete work. Most of all, you'll like our price. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT & CONSTRUCTION CO. IN ALGONA, IOWA returned from Sunnyvale, Calif., Sunday afternoon. They left here Dec. 11 and have spent the time visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brockway and family. While they were there, Brockway, 41, suffered a heart attack. He is recovering nicely, but has not gone back to his job jet. Saturday night and Sunday the Holdens attended the "People to People" reunion at Iowa state University at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Heutonhave moved from Dakota City to the Rena Enockson house in Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauer of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius Sunday night. Mrs. Karen Pentico and Christ! of Garden City, Minn., were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico. Mrs. Etta McCormack of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Borkowski and Pat were Friday night supper guests at the Robert Me Cormack's home at Rutland. They celebrated the McCormack's 26th wedding anniversary, her birthday and Mrs. Borkowski's birthday. Miss Gudrun Meltvedt of Cylinder and Mrs. olianna Vinaas were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Rogness of Thor. Mrs. Eugene Hofius entertained the Canasta Club Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. cletis Hundertmark and family were guests of' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long at the Chili supper at Bode Wednesday night. Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico were Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mogler, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Jotten, David Pentico and a friend. Mrs. Ella Hoffert of Emmetsburg was an afternoon lunch guest. Oliver Kinseth had surgery at the Humboldt hospital Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Koehl of Hancock, Minn., Mrs. Ward Werpy and Natasha of Tucson, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fehr and family of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart and family were Tuesday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart. Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bakken was 6 years old Monday. Guests at his party on Monday afternoon were Mrs. Dean Telford and Steven, Mrs. Homer Betz and Dean, Mrs. Gary Anliker and Kelly, Mrs. James Jacobson and Kelly, Mrs. Gary Kraft and Terry and Mrs. De Vere Newton. Mrs. Donald Cooper celebrated a birthday Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers and family came to visit Monday night, bringing a lovely birthday cake. Mrs. Roger Ruter is recovering at her home from a bout with pneumonia. She has had the following visitors. Monday night Miss Marilyn Greimann of West Bend was a caller, Thursday Mrs. Ruter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hoick of Kanawha came and Mr. Ruter's mother, Mrs. Ella Ruter of Kanawha spent the weekend here. Raymond Wehrspann, who is recovering at his home after surgery, has had the following visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Capmpbell and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bormann of Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buenger and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Habeger of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, Tom and Becky and Arlan Jacobson were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Krueger of Lone Rock visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long and Mrs. L. K, Long visited Mrs. Essie Cooper Monday night. Mrs. Merle Holt of Humboldt visited Miss Margaret Holt and Mrs. Loran Daniel Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick De Francisco of Des Moines were week"Hi Neighbor.. you got the answer to cleaner com fields and better profits? Well I have — yes sir. RamroD HERBICIDE BY Monsanto is just great! It really cleaned up my corn field. 1 ' Year in and year out Ramrod* has been one of the most dependable, most consistent grassy weed killers on the market. Use Ramrod* granules or wettable powder —it doesn't make any difference—either works effectively in a wide range of soil types and under wet or dry moisture conditions. Ramrod* works without incorporation and does not leave any harmful residue for rotated crops. See Your Farm Chemical Supplier right away about complete rat* and application details. ARCO M * Chprniral PA MODSantO VllwIIIIUal UIII Sl Louis, Missouri 63166 BURT - Bob Detrlek, phone 924-3414 RODMAN - Doug Jergenien, (712) 187-5631 HANNA - John Galei, ph. 812-3392 HAIFA — Handy Orloman WODIN - Jerry Harmt WE WEED AND ^ k FEED YOUR CORN •v IN ONE TRIP 1 ACROSS THE ^ FIELD. saves you time, work, and money. We put the AAtrex* weed killer on your corn at the same time we apply the liquid nitrogen or liquid fertilizer. AAtrex gets most annual grasses and broadleaf weeds that cut your corn yields, So you make out better both ways: You save time, work, and money. And you make more corn. Call us for your weed and feed service today. CHUCK SMITH Irvington - ph. 295-2343 yCE BOB HUD5PETH Corwith - ph. 583-2487 RDON DUNCAN Fenton — ph. 889-2720 JAN GARDNER Wodtn - ph. 926-5715 KEITH SNAVEIY Cylinder - ph. 424-3292 guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson. Other Sunday afternoon and lunch guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobson of Rembrandt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hanson of Humboldt were Wednesday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wigans, Lu Ann and Craig of Thor were Thursday night visitors at the Howard Thompsons. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gress and family of Gilbert were weekend guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and family of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper. Sunday night visitors were Mr. andMrs. Shirley Doty and Diane of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart and family spent Sunday visiting friends and relatives at Lester. They were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Metzger. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Mogler and Charles of West Bend were Tuesday night visitors at the Fahey Gress home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson attended funeral services for a friend, Mrs. Pearl Guinn at Lanesbord Thursday. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Nauman left Friday for Augusta, Wise, where they visited Mrs. Nauman's sister and Mr. Nauman's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nauman. A wedding is being planned . for Gwen Nauman, eldest daughter of the Andy Naumans, May 15. Mr.andMrs.EverettShipler, Fairchild, Wise., came to visit with the Nauman families. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson returned Monday night after spending 3 1/2 months in El Jobeam, Fla., near punta Gorda. The Thompsons bought a lot and put a mobile home on it. Jack Thompson, Council Bluffs, and Gene Thompson, Lone Rock, visited the J.R. Thompsons Wednesday and Jack was an overnight guest. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weringa, Lakota, were Tuesday supper guests in the Jay Davis home. Mrs. June Sparks visited her mother, Mrs. Guy Dimond, and her sister, Mrs. Carolyn Dawson, both of Britt, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sparks also visited • her brother-in-law, Joe Goetz, in the Britt hospital. Mr. Goetz suffered a hear attack last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Etherington, Algona, were Sunday evening visitors in the Ernst Nauman home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken, Lone Rock, were Monday evening visitors. Brenda Kay Harms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms, was baptized Sunday, March 21, in the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. Dinner guests honoring the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and family, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harms and Rickie, Rake, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sr., Roger and Irvin, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson, Algona. The Trunkhills and Petersons toured the new home that the Petersons are building at Riverview Heights in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bristow, Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelps and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Phelps and Michael were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Bernard Phelps home in honor of Mrs. Bernard Phelps 1 birthday which was the following Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eden and family, Wesley, were Sunday evening visitors in the Harold Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Sr., Lone Rock, were Tuesday evening visitors. Mrs. Luella Johnson, Cecelia Jacobson, Myrtle Miller and Mrs. Steven Norskgog and family, all of Forest City, were Monday dinner guests in the Bernard Phelps home in honor of Mrs. Bernard Phelps' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch EACH A Oft EOUIVELANT ON YOUR GRADE CARD GIVES YOU A FREE PASS TO THE JOUYTIME SKATING CENTER. BRING THEM I WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU. and Judy visited in the Clyde Moore home Tuesday evening. Clyde Moore, jr. had just returned home after spending four years in the armed services. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps drove to Humboldt Tuesday where they visited the Bill stows and Mrs. Bernice Kock, a sister of Mr. Stow, who is critically ill and has been making her home with the Stows. Mrs. Doris Holtapp, pomeroy, and Mrs. Elsie Nelson, Ft. Dodge, visited from Friday evening till Sunday afternoon in the Vern Shipler home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westling and Vickie were Friday evening visitors and Mr. and Mrs. George Westling, Carl and Glen, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. clarence Westling were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors. Mrs. John Rike visited in the home of Mrs. Calvin Porter at Armstrong March 31. nells, Armstrong; the Francis McConnells, the Francis Met- zens and Floy Neal, all of Algona; and the Raymond Metzens. Kosjurh County Advance - 7 Monday, April 5, 1971 Irvington By Mae McLean »**•»»•»»»»»»»»+»»»»»« Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cumberland, Lament, were March 28 visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cumberland. Spending the day, March 28, with Mr. and Mrs. Donald McConnell of Nemaha were the sons, Gordon, Ames, and Gary and family, Omaha; the Joe Mc-Con- The occasion was in honor of Donald's birthday. ONLY 10 DAYS LEFT •"•••••••••••••• miNDS, ROMANS, COUmRYHlH, IT'S TIME To File Your r 17 »' \| OME TAX Caesar may have invented taxes, but he didn't form the "legions" of complications we have today. BLOCK will help you conquer the world of income tax problems quickly and accurately. You'll often save money, too. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE GUARANTEE We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or Interest, we wltl pay the penalty or interest. America's Largest Tax Service with Over 5000 Offices STATE & THORINGTON N.E. 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