Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1971 · Page 5
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How Don Studer, Wesley, Solved Power Blackout (From Britt News-Tribune) THE exceeds were meeting Iowa farmers matches a V ,? he J occu P ation ^up. Our area farmers the situations caused by the extensive IDS'? of to a Variety ° f inious ways ^ ° f was using snow melting "" eaves Another was watering livestock by using basement water that was building up in his house after the electricSy-operated sump pump went out of service. He used the PPo-poieS * water out ofthebaseme Kt hlS , Plymouth automobile's engine vacuum to operate the milking equipment to milk the cows on his farm ^S m fV at l r . by , USing ^ motor off a boy's mini-bike, * n ; M u ^ g baby pigs warm by usln £ the e as brooder stove for chickens which was not needed at the time — — - - -Recognize Bus Drivers In Titonka School District TITONKA - The Titonka Consolidated School District recognizes the efforts expended by the following men in providing safe and carefree transportation. These men are Kenneth Brandt, Will Gerard, Wm. Mayland, Leland Pearson, Alfred Redenius, John Rippentrop, Wilbur Sexton and Irvin Schmidt. The School District operates 10 bus routes. There are seven regular routes running both forenoon and afternoon. Drivers for these seven routes are K. Brandt, G. Gerard, W. Mayland, A. Redenius, J. Rippentrop, w. Sexton and I. Schmidt. The drivers travel 28,458 miles of gravel roads plus 32,202 miles of hard surfaced roads for a total of 60,660 miles in a school year of 180 days. They haul an average of 398.5 pupils per day. w. Gerard and W. Sexton are drivers for the two kindergarten routes. The length of both routes are 54 miles of which 30 miles are gravel. Mr. Gerard uses the station wagon for kindergarten routes. Mr. Pearson is employed to drive the special education routes. This route is 56 miles long. He picks up students who reside in our district and transports them to Bancroft and Algona. He also transports students from Lakota Ledyard, and Swea City school' districts from Bancroft to Algona. The district is reimbursed by the County office for this transportation. VALLEY FARMERETTES The regular meeting of the Valley Farmerettes 4-H Club met Saturday, April 10 in the home of Beverly Beenken. The meeting was called to order. The 4-H pledge was led by Ann Ubben and Sharla Bowers led the pledge of allegiance. The following talks were given, Ladonna Joos talked on "Ways to Fix Vegetables". Janet Rurup gave a talk on "Quick Breads", Beverly Beenken gave a junior presentation on "Colonial Foods". The girls decided to celebrate Earth Day, which is April 23 by picking up trash along the roads. Money was collected for the cards that were sold. Games were led by Alberta Sleper. Lunch was served by Beverly Beenken and Janet Rurup with their mothers as guests. Sharla Bowers, reporter. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tjarks and Gwen were Easter dinner guests in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. James Kieweit and family, Buffalo Center, were Friday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham and Lowell, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Graham, Boone, Cheryl and Gloria Graham were Saturday guests of Mrs. Lillian Graham. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Morris Isebrand home were Mr. and Mrs. Semis Isebrand, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isebrand, Mike and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Allen and Todd, Ankeny, Linda Gingrich, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. David Isebrand, Janesville, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. William Amesbury and family were Easter dinner guests of Mrs, Earl Stott. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wibben and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Wibben. Mrs. Neal Loeschen entertained a week ago Tuesday guests in her home. The guests were Mrs. Harold Price and family, Lansing, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Telko Stecker, Forest City, Mrs. Edward Otis, Mrs. Terry Schutjer and Greg, Wesley, Mrs. Larry Pearson, Pamela and Randy, Algona and Mrs, Merle Phelps and Michael. Mrs. B. E. Bradbury, son and daughte/, Havana, Ark., and Mr. Art Hansen, New Hartford, la. spent Monday in the home of Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher. The group also called on Lawrence Doege at the Wilbur Doege residence in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Franzen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Weiland and family, Britt were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Franzen in observance of Easter and Mrs. Dick Franzen's birthday. An afternoon caller was Mrs. Lina Sonnenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwich visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer, Algona on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bahling and family were Easter dinner, guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Brown at Hampton. Easter guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Spiecher were Mr. and Mrs. William Spiecher, Jr., Santa Rosa, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Spiecher and family, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Nordy Nelson, of Buffalo center. Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher spent Easter Sunday in the home of her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Higdon at Britt. Mrs. Mary Budlong entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Nelson, WE WEED AND ^ FEED YOUR CORN L BN ONE TRIP V ACROSS THE L - FIELD. This 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. FARMS HOME SERVICE CHUCK SMITH Irvington — ph. 295-2343 BOB HUDSPETH Corwith - ph. 583-2487 ELDON DUNCAN Fenton - ph. 889-2720 JAN GARDNER Woden - ph. 926-5715 KEITH SNAVELY Cylinder - ph. 424-3292 GOOD'jpYEAR WHITEHALL OFFER 4-PLY NYLON CORD "All-Weather Bf" Tire MOST COMPAPTQ Come ts, Corvairs, Falcons,. •vivro vxv/mr-MV, I o Dar[S| Speclfl]s and Valian(s 4 '0* 56 plus $1,76 Fed. Ex. Tax per tire. 6.50x13 tubeless. No Trade Needed. MEDIUM SIZE CARS Camaros, Chnvrolets, Chevy Us, F-SSs, Fairlanes, Ambassadors, Corvettes, Rebels, Plymouths and Tempests 4-76 plus $2.14 to $2.32 Fed. Ex. Tax per tire. 7.75x15, 7.75x14, or 8.25x14 tubeless, no trade needed LARGER CARS Buicks, Fords. Dodges, Mnrcurys, Pontincs, Oldsmobilus. T-Birds Plus $2.50 to $2.54 Fed. Ex. Tax per tire. 8.55x14 or 8.55x15 tubeless, no trade needed • Uo.-in .sidi.'iv.-ill (| ( ;.siyn, nidial cl.-irls on shoulder • Triplo-iumpr-rud nylon cord construction • Buy now ;j| Ihcsc low prices OFFER ENDS SAT. NIGHT I 3 WAYS TO CHARGE * Slaved locations Do Not Honor Bank Cr«dn Cards USE OUR RAIN CHECK PROGRAM OF POLYGLAS* TIRES •HILTON'S- Phone 295-3654 SINCLAIR SERVICE Algona. Iowa St. James, Minn, were Easter weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sachau. Mrs. Gerald Bahling was among other guests who played bridge Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Ben Bahling at Burt. Henry Hofbauer, Buffalo Center and Mrs. Bill Spiecher went to Mason city Saturday morning and returned Bill home from Memorial hospital after having been a patient there the past three weeks. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Beenken were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen, Lombard, 111. Sunday to join them for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Beenken of Wesley in honor of their first wedding anniversary. Afternoon coffee guests were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Beenken and Galen, Buckingham, la., Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Beenken and family, Ames, and Kenneth Beenken and boys, Minneapolis. Easter dinner guests in the Jerry Boekelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weaver and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans, Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. David Boekelman and family of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Higgins entertained guests for Easter dinner Sunday. Guests were Mrs. George Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Higgins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Higgins and Luann, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox and family, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Friest, Clear Lake, Linda Higgins, Mankato. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Friest and family of Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Nelson, St. James, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Gefcrge Sachau and Debbie were Easter dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hassebroek, Buffalo Center. Bode Girl Attends NY Urban Seminar BODE - Diane Olson, a freshman student at UNI, spent the Easter weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson. Miss Olson returned recently from New York City where she attended an Urban ; Seminar sponsored by the Wesley Foundation of the UNI Campus. ' Thirty four students and five •''• adults with'Rev" Uatbia' titiriis" as group leader left UNI fey jet March 27. Rev. Burris is a member bi the National Action Committee for Drug Education, a teacher of Black Religion at UNI and minister of Wesley Foundation at UNI. The group visited a number of interesting places; the Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, the New York Stock Exchange, United Nations, Lincoln Center, Exodus House (a drug rehabiltation center), St. Patricks Cathedral, an Opera at the Mets, several Broadway plays, Dick Cavett Show, and Harlem, where they visited the church the Rev. Burris had previously attended. The group returned to UNI April 4th. * * * Guests at the Archie Holland home Palm Sunday were Mr. and, Mrs. Alvin Holland and family of Eau Claire, Wis. Monday evening the Ralph Rolland family of Clarion were supper guests at the parental Archie Rolland home. Guests for Easter weekend at the Norman Rolland home were Roberta Rolland from Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoddard and son of Excelsior, Minn, and Rosalind Elverum of Forest Lake, Minn. They were all dinner guests at the Harold Stoddard home at Spencer Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rongved and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rong- ved and family were guests dt the Jo Rial home for Easter Sunday dinner. A family gathering at the Bode community hall was held Easter Sunday with a pot-luck dinner. Attending were Mrs. Marie Vaag, Mr. and Mrs. Bartelson and family of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Walsh and family of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cran ' Wolverine Boot i Headquarters For Northwest Iowa. DIAMOND'S and children of Frost, Minn., the Gene Helle family of Fenton, Bob Gord family and Arnie Hansons of Badger, the Albert Helle family of Dakota City, Carol Hanson of Iowa city and Mr. and Mrs. Les Hoversten and family and SynevaDale of Bode. Collect $1M TITONKA - Mrs. Robert Bunkofske wishes to thank each and everyone in German Twp. who contributed and co-operated in the recent Heart Fund drive which was completed. Atotal of $111.25 was collected. * * * Mrs. Maggie Brandt returned to the Britt Nursing Home following a 10-day stay at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mrs. Hazel Stott, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher attended funeral services Wednesday for Mrs. Mark Bacon at Clear Lake. Kossuth County Advance — 5 Monday, April 19, 1971 Mrs. Johnjanssen, Mrs. Harm Risius and Mrs. Ben Heyes attended the Spring Conference of Pleasant Prairie Classis, Tuesday, at the Grace Reformed church in Waterloo. The census of Agriculture stopped counting farm horses in 1959 because their numbers had declined so rapidly. Without Trucks, Jimmy's after-school snack would still be in the cow! ... the bread would still be wheat, the grape jam would still be hanging on the vine. An after-school snack or a nation's economy. Without trucks, they're a jigsaw puzzle with no way to put the pieces together. Iowa communities depend on trucks for their daily existence. Throughout the state, IOWA MOTOR trucks move three out of every four tons of freight, 90% of all farm crops and livestock products, 70% of the mail. Enjoy your snack, Jimmy! There's more where that came from ... by truck! An essential service you'll depend on for the rest of your life! TRUCK ASSOCIATION "If You've Got II, A Truck Brought I tf* W aW MM W tftf fctfW a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church ... a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church . .. "/ nave planted, Apollos watered; but God gave ff>e increase." — Corinthians I? 1 ,6 In a world of plenty, we should not let ourselves foreet from whence the blessings came. When the richness of life surrounds us we should remember God, and give thanks. It is all too often that we speak to God only m prayer and supplication. In this time of Spring the season of growing, see the wonders of the world which God created — and you may grow in faith and spirit. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - CMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires - Stanhoist ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Wm. Ambrose, Research Mar. SWANSON'S - ALGONA ''Where Shopping Is A Pleasure" COLONIAL MOTEL J unction 18 and 169 •EC *»•*» rrrey VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 and 169 Closed Tuesdays WAYNE FEED SUPPLY CO. Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa KOS5UTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN, Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 395-3501 IH Tractor*.- Trucks - Rarm

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