Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1971 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 19, 1971
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=BUSINESS= NEWS NOTES Chalk up another one for the track boys. They came home with first place from the Pocahontas relays, April 13. Bryan Murphy broke his own record again in the shotput. Way to go Bryan! GHS On April 15 at a general assembly three patients from the %i T *?&?,'?»> BRADLEY EQUIPMENT HOSTS PROGRAM J Uncheon ^ program washeldThursdaynoon, a h ' I *?*** Club With Joe ^^ Equipment of , . H°1 f0r ab ° Ut 75 truck fleet °P"ators, city and county officials, and other customers of the firm. the ^"'^cheon Program with anintro- We to attend ** meetln e Includin e H u ; Gene Muller and Harry Boekelman ePartment5 and Howard aillmanof the tire division; d noniV 0 ?'^ Jr \ someo * ^ boys had to "mind the and could not be present. The CMC truck division was also represented, both in personnel, program and a complete showing of GMC trucks on the adia- cent parking lot. A film depicting the trucks of todTy! Sd some of ™ 6 dr board and in experimental use waTpre- Bros - * * * BUYS BAKERY AT WEST BEND LEAH'S BAKERY at West Bend was sold, effective April 1 Barter T* f^JT "* hls wlfe » Mr. and Mrs. Normal Barber. Mr. Barber had been a baker at Finn's Bakery in Algona prior to the fire which destroyed that building and the Hub Clothiers building. Mr. Barber is a member of the Barbershoppers Chorus of Algona. He and his wife are both natives of Whittemore. After the fire here he took employment in the West Bend bakery and then purchased it from Leah Traub. The firm will be known as Norm's Pastry Shoppe. WORK TOWARD TITONKA NURSING HOME TITONKA IS making a community effort to construct a nursing home in the community. A committee has been making trips of inspection of such facilities elsewhere. Early this month the committee met with Eldon Winkel, Algona attorney, and A L Schluter, consultant, to formulate more definite plans. Intention is to incorporate into a non-profit corporation, with 40 or so interested stockholders. BEAR Janet Origer and Annette Gilbride Easter at Garrigan brought a lot of different things including a big, cuddly bunny Mary Jo Berendes won at the junior raffle. GHS If you see kids roaming around taking pictures in some wierd places like the four corners, don't fret. Freshmen and junior English;classes have been taking a course in film study and now are applying what they have learned. One of the assignments is to take slides corresponding with songs to be used for Coffeehouse. A contest then will be held April 23 to pick the best slides for each song. GHS Juniors are anxiously waiting for their class .rings which are, scheduled to arrive Wednesday, April 21. GHS Congratulations toDaveElbert who was elected vice-president of the District Student Council. :.. ' GHS A special thanks to Sister Michael Marie and all others who helped make the District Student Council Convention a success. GHS Conventions seem to be the big thing now. Last weekend, April 16-17, the JCL members left Friday night after school for a convention at Cedar Rapids. The FBLA members are also attending a convention at Cedar Falls. GHS The bug has hit the students at GHS as restlessness invades the classrooms. Spring fever is making it tough for everyone to study. GHS ALGONA LIVERMORE mental institute in Cherokee talked to us about the drug problem and the hangups they had with drugs. GHS PONDERANCE: Wisdom is to know myself, Courage to change myself, And serenity to accept myself. Ottosen Co-op Elevator Annual Meeting Is Held OTTOSEN -The annual meeting of the Ottosen Farmers Cooperative Elevator was held Wednesday night at the school gymnasium. The 6:30 ham dinner was served by the American Lutheran Church women with over 200 persons attending. Guests were representatives of the Regional Cooperative of Felco; Femic Insurance, Farmers Grain Dealers Assoc., and Norman Carlson, auditor of the Farmers Grain Dealers Assoc. Paul Bernhard, Bancroft, vice president of the Iowa Pork Producers, spoke on the topic, "I'm Glad To Be A Farmer." Gross sales of the elevator for the past year were $1,920,719.32, and net savings were $28,891.50. Roy Enockson was presented a 5-year pin and Raymond Borkowski a 2-year pin for safe driving. This presentation was made by Femic Insurance. John Helleseth and Victor Banwart were elected to the board of directors, replacing Eugene Struthers and Bill Bennett, who were not eligible for re-election. Victor Meyer was re-elected. At the re-organization meeting of the board, Olvin Haug was elected chairman; Victor Meyer, vice chairman; and Victor Banwart, secretary-treasurer. Other directors are Clair Reding, Louis Jacobson and Howard Thompson. Employees are Gerald Hoffman, manager; and Roy Enockson, Mrs. Leon Terwilliger, Raymond Borkowski, Leon Ludwig, James Fowler, Roger Ruter, Mrs. Olvin Haug, Dave Pentico and Allen Struthers. Those who won prizes were Peter Oppedahl, a blanket; Dennis Fehr, blanket; Mrs. Richard Kinseth, salad set; David Engel, socket set; Mrs, Darrel Jones, 5 gallon of H.T.B. oil; Mrs. Donald Larson, 10 gallons of gas; Ivan Schmidt, one grease job and oil change; Mrs. Dean Telford, scoop shovel; LeRoy Bonnstetter, vise grip; Ed Kemna, 1 gallon of paint; Clarence Bauer, one pair of Tingley boots; Mrs. Gary Anliker, one can of polish; and Mrs. Richard Schmidt, 1 can of window cleaner. - o - 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family and Raymond Loos attended the silver wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lowenberg of Hedrick Sunday afternoon. They went on to Ottumwa where at the Frank Little home they visited several of Mrs. Kinseth's uncles and aunts. - o - DIES IN CALIFORNIA Mrs. Raymond Wehrspannflew to Sacramento, Calif. Thursday. On Friday she attended funeral services for her brother-in-law, E. G. Tyler, 62. Mrs. Wehr- spann spent a few days visiting her sister before returning home. - o - HIP SURGERY Mrs. Percy Watnem entered Iowa Methodist Hospital at Des Moines Wednesday.' she was scheduled to have hip surgery Friday. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme visited at the home of their daughter, the Roger Madsens, Sheffield, from Saturday until Monday. They all went on to Mason City to visit Mrs. Alme's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard, Sunday afternoon. Our Specialty Is Car Care with a Flair '•; Our experts ore al- ways on hand for all your car needs. When quality counts, count on us. VIKING OIL CO. ROY STOFFEL, Owner "Hi Neighbor... you got the answer to cleaner corn fields and better profits? Well I have — yes sir. namroD HERBICIDE BY Monsanto is just great! It really cleaned up my corn field." 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 rate and application details. ARCO M * Chpmiral Pn MOflSaiuO Vllvlllllf fll Ulf I St. Louis, Missouri 63166 ' (712) 887-5651 A* ' HAIFA - Randy Grieman WODEN - Jerry Harms Mr. and Mrs. George Hattervig, Viborg, S.D., visited Mrs. Earl Olson Saturday. Hattervig is a cousin of Mrs. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme visited her aunt, Mrs. Hazel Johnson, Algona, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Conley. Daniel JUKI family, Des Moines, and David Daniel, Boxholm, were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Mrs. Loran Daniel. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Daniel and family, Boxholm; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mitsven and Marilyn, Ft. Dodge; and Margaret Holt. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. merle Halsrud were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Halsrud, Des Moines, and Doug Klass, Ft. Dodge. They were all Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith, Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cooper and Eddie Belt, Dakota City, came Sunday and attended 6 a.m. services at the Presbyterian Church with Mrs. Essie Cooper. Other Easter guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hansen, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Rent Saathoff visited his mother, Mrs. Tina Saathoff, at the rest home at Manson Sunday afternoon. Janel Frohling, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frohling. other Easter dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tvrdik, Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay McCollough and family, Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorsen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford were Easter dinner and supper guests of Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark, West Bend. Saturday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem were Mrs. Lloyd Built and Debbie, New Brighton, Minn.; Alton Mitsven, Bode; Mrs. Steve Simpson, Scott and Steve, Lawrence, Kans.; and Mrs. Allan Watnem and children. Easter supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Bamvart were Mr. and Mrs. Silas Banwart and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Banwart and family, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart and family. Shannon Oppedahl, daughter of the Peter Oppedahls, stayed with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug, Saturday. Her parents came for her Saturday night and were also supper guests. Denise Olson, Des Moines, was a Saturday guest and Calvin Haug, from Buena vista, Storm Lake, visited his parents over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergum at the Raymond Holland home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor and Jerry, Austin, Minn., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hellickson, Peg and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hellickson and Amy, Havelock, and Mrs. Hannah Hellickson, Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Koehl and Jo, Hancock, Minn., were Friday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart. TheKoehls were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and family were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin, Bradgate. In the evening the Jones family visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones, Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Borkowski and Pat were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Etta McCormack, Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Malmin, Maple Kossuth County Advance - 3 Monday, April 19, 197! Plain, Minn. - o - ARMY BUDDY VISITS Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Shepherd, Kathy and Paul, Kerney, N.J., were visitors at the Neal Olsons Sunday and Monday. The men were Army buddies in Paris, France 26 years ago. They hadn't seen one another since, but agreed neither one of them had changed much. y and HEATING REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS- INSTALLATIONS •»• From minor repairs to major alterations and. installations, our service is fast, reliable. Count on us. • GAS CONVERSIONS • KOHIER FIXTURES • MYERS PUMPS S& A PLUMBING & HEATING (Formerly Funk Plumbing & Heating) 119 S. Dodge - Algona, Iowa - Phone 295-3234 EARLY-IN-THE-WEEK GROCERY SPECIALS Good Mon thru Wed., April 19 to 21 Chef-Boy-ar-dee CHILI j pizza Mix 3 15 ox. $ Cans KETCHUP NBN7 TOMATO KETCHUP, ICECREAM < 59 C .^flfiwrsank^ ^0-^0" •• BEER 12 Pock Bill. : 13 ox. : Can USDA Choice Blade Cut Fruitland Blueberry or Ch FILLING Eir ^1 Mixed Nuts 59c - FINAL WEEK - Last chance for special items of SCANDIA DINNERWARE vKK, Bread & Butter Plate 29c $Jw ^ HOOD'S

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