Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1971 · Page 3
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Business News Visit With Mayne, Miller MR. AND Mrs. Ervin Votteler returned March 30 from Washington, D. C., where they visited for five days. The trip was sponsored by the Taylor Implement and Construction Co., Algona, to increase better and closer public relations between local agricultural people and our leaders in our nation's capitol. During their 5-day visit, they were kept busy, as planned activities were organized by both Senator Miller and Congressman Wiley Mayne. They met with Herb Plemback, Assistant to Secretary of Agriculture Hardin, visited and had lunch with Mr. Seeley Ludwig, Executive Assistant to Administration of C.C.C. and Mr. Phillip's of the ASC. Mr. Votteler learned that the Government has only a very few days supply of corn under seal and res'eal in the United States in the hands of farmers at this time. The amount of corn in private hands was not known. Each of the Congressmen and Senators took them thru the Senate and House, and they sat in on some debates which they found to be very interesting. The Federal vs. State meat Inspection laws were being discussed while,they were there. They found the trip most interesting, and the friendly welcome from all the officials they met in Washington. They stayed at the Hotel Washington during their visit. Everyone they visited with in Washington was very much interested in Agriculture and the American farmer. They felt our Senator Miller and Congressman Mayne, who are both on the Agricultural Committees, are doing their very best to represent our/agricultural area and agriculture in general. - o Mobile Home Inspection MR. AND MRS. Roger Jacobson of Algona invite the public to inspect a new kind of housing on display near their residence (Number 16)inHillcrestMobile Home Park on Highway 18 in Algona. The.Mjacobsotfs Jiave an area-franchise on-Movilla-Mobile-Homes irianufactureti -in Marshall," Minn. An announcement of an open house for their new business Contemporary Home Marketing, Inc., will be forthcoming. - o Burt Man Opens New Business LadelL Olson, 30, formerly, of Burt, is moving into a new building where he will operate his firm, Equipment Maintenance Com- ^ pahy, -at Eagle Grove. He organized the firm in February, after experience in the fertilizer equipment field in Georgia and Louisiana. The firm will specialize in fabrication, erection and maintenance of fertilizer:equipment. ..._., *-TP 7:30 Adults-$1.75 ~ —.. Children ^75c^ . ENDS WEDNESDAY ~ 'Al R PORT is a great film all the way!" \ — CMcogo Daily N«wi 1 A ROSS HUNTER Production A imiVUUL PICTUH • IICNMCOIM* rro*Ki4 in 70MM 1000 W* , o BURT LANCASTER-DEAN MARTIN JEAN SEBERG JACQUELINE BISSET • 6EOR6E KENNEDY HELEN HAYES • VAN HEFLIN MAUREEN STAPLETON BARRY NELSON LLOYD NOLAN DANA WYNTER-BARBARA HALE 10 NOMINATED FOR ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING - BIST PICTURES ; NO PASSES THIS ATTRACTION ' i FRi.T SAT"\""SUN."""" DRIVE-IN I FRI. - SAT. -SUN. Show-7:30 Admission — $1.50 DOUBLE THE TERROR DOUBLE THE SHOCK Kossuth County Advance — 3 Monday, April 12, 1971 Pioneer 4-H Club Meets At Irvington IRVINGTON - The April 4-H meeting of the Irvington Pioneers met at the home of Kevin Walker on April 5. The meeting was called to order by Craig Ziesman and roll call was answered by 12 members on "A job or occupation I would like to have". The members discussed 4-H Day and told what they had learned. Steve Pedersen led the 4-H pledge. Craig Thill gave a talk on "Meat varies in its amount of fat." John Robinson gave a demonstration on "Bones can help buy meat." The leader, Dennis Cumberland gave a talk on "Consideration in purchasing meat." Lunch was served by Mrs. Walker. The next meeting will be May 3 at the Craig Thill home. - o UNIQUE PEN PAL Mrs. Hazel Sabin has a pen pal which she acquired under fresh peaches and when the crate was empty she found the following written on the carboard liner, (Please write) Virginia Wallace, Palisade, Colo.) Mrs. Sabin did write and the two have been corresponding since. Miss Wallace was graduated from high school last spring and is now in college. At the time she sent her name and address with the request that the purchaser write, she was working during the summer, packing peaches. - o IN GERMANY Pfc. Terry Ziesman, is now located at Damstadt, Germany. He is with the 575 Personal Service Co. Damstadt is 20 miles south of Frankfurt and Terry writes that he is happy with his assignment and enjoying the beautiful scenery. Sp/4 Dennis Ziesman is expected home in the very near future from a 14 months tour of duty in Viet Nam. Terry and Dennis are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ziesman. - o DELAY SURGERY Sumner Parsons, Burt, who went to Rochester, Minn., a few weeks ago for hip surgery, was returned home without the ope ration as the doctors decided more we,ight.l9ss would.be beneficial, The surgery was rescheduled for April 14. Mrs. Parson's sister, ,Mrs. Everett Hanna, Lone Rock, is scheduled for the same kind of surgery, which involves new joints, at Rochester, April 20. - o Mrs. Naomi Rose was taken to St. Ann hospital Wednesday morning and from the re was flown to Iowa City, where she is in the coronary unit at University Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison, Swea City, were visitors March 29 with the former's sisters Mrs. Hazel Sabin and Mrs. Dorothy Schulz of this area. The Herbert Ziesmans are making regular trips to Fort Dodge to see Herberts mother, Mrs. Hazel Ziesman, who is hospitalized there. Mrs. Ziesman suffered a severe stroke April 3. Mrs. Robert Casey accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Casey to Council Bluffs April 3 where they visited a daughter of the Eugene Casesys, Mr. andMrs. Tim Wredt and family. Guests arriving from Denver Colo., Friday for Easter weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Verl Patterson are the son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Weil and sons Dwayne and Kenneth and daughters, Valerie and Lisa. Mrs. Clara Ditsworth returned to her home in Irvington last weekend after spending the winter months at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Black and family at Burt. Dr. and Mrs. Keith Colwell and family of Boone, were visitors Sunday, April 4 at the home of Dr. Colwell's grandmother Mrs. Florence Colwell and her brother Claude Fowler in Irvington. The Keith Colwells, Mrs. Florence Colwell and Claude Fowler were all dinner guests at the home of Dr. Colwell's mother, Mrs. Marie Colwell, rural Algona. They also visited other relatives and friends in this area before returning to Boone, Rhonda Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sabin, was confirmed Sunday, April 4 in the First Lutheran church, Algona, with Mrs. George McVay and Harold Sabin as sponsors. Following the services a dinner in honor of Rhonda Marie Sabin was held at the Ronald Sabin home and those attending were Mrs. Hazel Sabin, Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin, David and Peggy, Alice Becker and Pam Gronbach, all of the Irvington area, Mr. and Mrs. George McVay, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beisch and Laurie Jean and Debbie Lappe, all from Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayland from Titonka. Injures Elbow When Tractor Overturns IRVINGTON - Robert Casey was taken to St. Ann Hospital April 1 with one elbow out of the socket. Robert had been putting fresh gravel around the yard and was backing down an incline with the tractor when it overturned. Robert jumped and struck the ground in such a way to cause the dislocation. - o Joel Chalstrom, Buffalo Center, arrived at the home of Mrs. Margaret Kent in Algona April 4 and picked up Robert Kent, and the boys returned to Storm Lake, where they are students at Buena vista College to resume their studies after a two weeks spring break at their respective homes. Mrs. Clarence Canaday and daughter Linda drove to West Union April 3 and visited at the home of Linda's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ross Whitcher. On Monday, Mrs. Clarence Canaday "accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence Miller and Mrs. Russell Canaday and son Troy and daughter Tammy, Algona, drove to Fort Dodge and visited at the home of Mrs. Canaday'sbrother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reinhart and family. Mrs. Lona Zeimet, Bancroft, returned April 4 after helping two weeks at the home of her daughter Mrs. Orville Thill, while the latter was convalescing after having surgery. Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott +»»+»*++»»••«««••+»+»< CLUB MEETING The Twentieth Century club met at the home of Miss Margeruite Wyman Tuesday afternoon with all members present but one. There was one guest Mrs. Hunt of Minnesota, a friend of Miss Wyman. The president, Mrs. Jessamine Miller conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Karl Baessler gave the lesson "Better Use of Our Libraries". Mrs. Baessler had planned on taking the group over to see the Library but due to a fire she was not able to. A social hour followed, and the hostess served lunch. Mrs. Baessler is the town's librarian. -o- BUY OLSON HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. George Ingalls of Dakota City have bought the Beth Olson house in the south part of town and will be moving into it soon. They are doing some painting and remodeling. They have three school age children. Mr. Ingalls works in Fort Dodge. -o- DISEASED ELMS Workmen have been busy cutting down the diseased elms the past week which seems to have affected about half of the shade trees in town, leaving many yards bare of shade. -o- Mrs. Mildred Raney and Floyd went to Rowley over the weekend where they enjoyed a family reunion at the Max Grover home. Others present were Shirley Raney of Cedar Rapids and the Clarence Meyer family of Logansport, Indiana. They also celebrated Mrs. Meyers birthday which was on Sunday. Communion Services were held at the Methodist church on Wednesday evening. Relatives who came from a distance to attend the funeral of Jacob Michelson on Wednesday included his foster daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Pellgrino and two daughters of West Mount, 111., a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Michelson, a niece, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Orvick and a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Michelson all of Rake, Iowa. Mrs. Genevieve Miller has returned home from Portland, Ore., where she has been visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tuttle since last November. Mrs. Mildred Raney, Mrs. Lester Smith and Mrs. Amelia Hoffman went to the home of Mrs. Martha King Thursday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Medals Marengo native, Col. Russell Jones has returned from his fifth tour of duty in Southeast Asia and 28 years in the military service. For Early-ln-The-Week Shoppers: These prices good Mon., April 12 thru Wed., April 14 With $5 Order CRYSTAL MUSSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE BILL'S BAKESHOP White or Dark Sandwich Bread 20 oz. Loaves FALSTAFF BEER 12 Pack Bottles KLEENEX FACIAL 200 Ct. C Boxes ^ DOLE - Crashed, Chunk or Tidbit PINEAPPLE BON-AMI Window Cleaner 15 oz. Spray Can 211 Cans SUPER VALU SLICED OR HALVED No. 2'/2 Cans SANI FLUSH 46 oz. Can FLAT OR ROUND TOOTHPICKS B ° X 10° ELF INSTANT POTATO FLAKES Big 40 01. Can 89 FLAVORITE FROZEN ORANGE JUICE Cant U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES MORTON'S Regular or Iodized 26 oz. Tube USDA Grade A FRYERS whole family pack . J | cut ups .... BREASTS, LEGS AND THIGHS . USDA CHOICE CHUCK STEAK GLASER'S SLICED SCANDIA DINNERWARE / This Week's Feature Item: Pft Wlth U $3 Order ONLY 2 WEEKS LEFT TO COMPLETE YOUR SETS . . . WITH THIS COUPON ELF VEGETABLE SHORTENING c 3 Ib. Can GOOD AT HOOD'S, Algona, Thru Sat., April 17 \J- MM MM H* • 1 WITH THIS COUPON, FLAVORITE 10 ox, Twin Bag POTATO CHIPS GOOD AT HOOD'S, Algona, Thru Sat., April 17 HOOD'S

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