Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1971 · Page 8
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8 - KQMuth County Advance Monday, May 24, 1971 Business News Elevator-Farm Supply Interviews THE ELEVATOR AND FARM SUPPLY management program at Iowa Central Community, Ft. Dodge, will be holding its interview days June 22, 23 and 24. Owners and managers of elevators, seed and farm supply stores, fertilizer and chemical companies, agri-business companies and others who are interested are invited to attend. Interview days give the prospective employers and others an opportunity to visit the Iowa Central Community College campus and interview graduates of the Elevator & Farm Supply management training program. There will be 25 graduates of the Elevator & Farm Supply management program who have successfully completed a specified program of instruction of an 11-month period. The training program combines 32 weeks of practical classroom instruction with 16 weeks of realistic on-the-job experience. The areas covered consist of animal nutrition, farm crops production, agricultural economics, soils and fertilizers, farm chemicals, seed and grain processing, introduction to the Elevator & Farm Supply industry, facilities and equipment maintenance, applied animal husbandry, grain grading, grain marketing, retail farm supply merchandising, personnel management and practice, human relations, applied accounting, financial and credit practices, communications, advertising and salesmanship. The interview days will be held in building "D" of the college complex which is located just north of the Highway Patrol office off highway 20. Those who plan to attend are encouraged to contact either John Bartlett or Gary L. Astor, who are the program coordinators, or Charles Magruder, director of placement, phone 5J5-576- 7201, so that arrangements for interviewing can be made. Hormel 26-Week Earnings Report Geo. A. Hormel & Company, meat packing and food processing company headquartering in Austin, Minnesota, today announced earnings of $8,399,000, or $3.53 per share of common stock, for the 26 week period which ended May 1, 1971, an increase of 101 per cent over the corresponding period of the preceding year. The company has no other class of stock outstanding. Net sales were $329 million for the 26 weeks, compared to $331 million for the first half of the preceding year. Earnings for the first six months of the previous fiscal year were $4,191,000 or $1.76 per share of common stock. Improved first-half results were attributable principally tc pork operations, and to the increasing public acceptance of • the comapny's complete line of processed foods, such as are produced in Algona. Although a good second half is anticipated, the company emphasized that changes in livestock supply conditions make a duplication of the results for the first six months unlikely. Geo. A. Hormel & Company common stock is listed on the Midwest Stock Exchange and is traded on the American Stock Exchange. 2,380,248 shares are issued and outstanding. The current annual dividend rate Is $1.50 per share. to honor Michael's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christ and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Christ and family, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Schutter and family, Rev. and Mrs. Roger Hansen and family, Mr. and, Mrs. Forrest Rode and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herman ubben and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen, Mr. and Mrs. Art Dietrich, Mr. and M*s. '' Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Higgins went to Des Moines Monday afternoon and Tuesday attended the telephone convention. Mrs. Martha Boyken, Arthur Boyken, Dwight Garrett and Harm Huisinga went to Lake Ada, Minn, the past week and opened the Boyken cottage there for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Meister- burg and Mara, Des Moines, were Sunday evening till Tuesday visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brandt. MuSCUItl, Salisbury HOUS6 TITONKA By Mrs. Alfred Baade Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Ubben Thursday evening following commencement DIAMOND'S Wolverine Boot Headquarters For Northwest Iowa. AND ...It's a "mortgage" you can never pay off. So don't take chances on a ruinous loss if hail strikes YOUR crops this summer. Be prepared And be sure of ADEQUATE protection-with a Square Deal crop hail policy. Fire and lightning coverage added at no extra cost. SEE YOUR LOCAL AGENCY SQUARE DEAL INSURANCE DES MOINES. IOWA 50306 'Your friendly Square Deal Agent is KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 101 N. WOOSTER 295-3756 ALGONA, IOWA Family Size Family Income 2 4972 3 6284 4 7026 5 7768 6 8510 Does your family qualify? If you find your family in this table you can get help you don't have to pay back to buy a new home with the FHA housing program. sunc£st fames Built in this community by the housing professional who lives here. Here, where building costs make it possible to construct a good home at a reasonable price. $75 cash $92,99 to $117.96 per month c ™ j ' lhal ' s rh ® who1 * P»ym«nt) See u». Find out how. UNITED BIDG. CENTERS INC. ALQONA, PHONE 298-2819 Titonka Cadettes Enjoy Des Moines TITONKA - The Titonka Ca- dettes went to Des Moines for the weekend. Those going were Conna Hoover, Vicky Schuller, Connie Heyer, Laura Boekelman, Julie Hoover, Lorie Schuster, Jean Buffington, DebMovick, Deb Nelson, Diane Rike, Rhonda Budlong, and Carol Peterson along with chaperones Miss Shroyer, Miss Steffa, Mrs. Movick and Mrs. Seaton. The group stayed in the Kirkwood Hotel Saturday evening. They saw and toured the Historical Museum, Salisbury House and Cinerama showing of "Paint Your Wagon". The girls enjoyed luncheons in the Younkers Tea Room and Noah's Ark. - o - - FFA BANQUET The Titonka chapter of the Future Farmers of Americaheldits annual parent-son banquet on Thursday, May 6 at 7 p.m. The banquet meal was prepared and served by Mrs. Seaton and the Home EC girls. The special highlight of the evening was a speech delivered by Mr. Mark Zumbach, the past 1970-71 Iowa Association State Reporter, who is now attending school at Iowa state University. His topic was "Youth and Adult Involvement in the World". Awards were presented by Steve Rike and Bill Kiley and are as follows: Scholarship award: Jim Alexander, Ken Spear and Brian Carlson. Star Greenhand: Philip Buffington. Star Chapter Farmer-Stuart Bunkofske. Livestock Judging-Jerry Blain. Parliamentary Procedure Team-Bill Kiley, Larry Ricklefs, Stuart Bunkofske, Brian Carlson and Dan Grandgenett. Honorary Chapter Farmer: Eugene Movick, Superintendent of Schools. Outstanding Productive Projects (1) Swine • Doug Culbertson, Stuart Bunkofske (2) Sheep - BUI Kiley, Philip Buffington (3) Poultry - Dan Grandgenett. A roport of the highlights of the past year given by Mr.Spotts, our chapter advisor. Recognition of our past officers and a farewell to the seniors involved In FFA -was given by Wayne Norland, our chapter president. - o- - BUFFALO 4-H - ;-' The May meeting of the Buffalo Boys 4-H was held at the home of Myron Carlson instead of Dale VanHove's because the Van Hove's were entertaining the mumps. The meeting was called to order at 8:30 with ten members answering roll call of "Type of Animal I Have or Plan to Enter in a Carcass Contest". Two leaders were present. Gregory Brandt led the pledge of allegiance and David Amesbury led the 4-H Pledge. Brian Carlson represented the club at a Water Testing Meeting held at the Extension Office that evening. A discussion was held on having a softball team. Our Club Tour will be held June 21st starting at 5 p.m. We will begin at VanHoves and end with a potluck family picnic supper at the Amesbury's. We will judge cattle at Moore's and have a hog grooming demonstration at Carlson's. Myron Carlson gave a talk about how to measure ribeyearea and backfat on a beef animal. Dean Mechler spoke on measuring pork carcasses. Myron Carlson, reporter. - o - SOCIAL SCENE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen entertained at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Orthel, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Anton pann- kuk, Garner. Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen attended the Straub-Voss wedding at LeSueur, Minn., on Saturday afternoon and were overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Straub and Kristine. Sunday the Welhousens went to Rochester and visited Mr. and Mrs. John Alke at the Methodist Hospital where John has been a patient and recuperating following surgery, Mrs. Alke has been staying In Rochester to be near her husband. Lois Woods, Des Moines and Marilyn Hopkes, Cedar Falls were weekend visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Hopkes. Gloria Graham was a Friday overnight guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Graham. - o- CHURCH CIRCLES The circles of the United Methodist Church will all meet Wednesday, May 26, at 2 p.m., June circle will meet in the home of Norma Ricks with Flor- ence Eden co-hostess. Devotions will be given by Gertrude Sunken; the lesson by Jean Beed. Lois circle meets in the home of Minnie Oesterreicher with Mary Budlong co-hostess. Devotions are by Rae Harris; and the lesson by Hazel Budlong. Grace circle will meet in the home of Bernadine Gerard with Elizabeth Gerdis co-hostess. Ruth Jennings will give the devotions and Marilyn Hoover the lesson. The Ramsey Reformed Guild will meet Thursday, May 27, at 1:30 p.m. and the executive meeting will be held at 1 p.m. The lesson will be presented by Mrs. John Janssen, Mrs. Wilbert Meinders and Mrs. Vern Rafdal. Project for the month is to bring Betty Crocker coupons. Hostesses are Mesdames Roger Tjarks, H. Ubben, Harm Huisinga, J. E. Sleper, Ed Ites and Gertie Sonnenberg, - o - - SCOUTS TO SAC CITY Rev. Paul Hansen and LaVerle F oilman took twelve Boy Scouts from Titonka along with all their tents and equipment to Sac City Friday afternoon. The scouts^ camped at the Hagge County Park where a Council Camporee was held. A total of 781 boys camped all from the Northwest District of Iowa. The theme for the Camporee' was "S.O.A.R., Save Our American Resources". Each boy spent 2 1/2 hours on projects to improve the park and another 2 1/2 hours studying about the earth and conservation practices. A forest ranger spoke to the scouts during their stay. Rev. Hansen returned home on Saturday and LaVerle spent the weekend with the boys. Sunday, Rollie Fox, Bill Amesbury and Bill Hamilton went to Sac City and returned the scouts home after a fun and educational weekend. - o- VALLEY FARMERS The regular meeting of the Valley Farmers was held at the home of Wayne Bruns May 18. Roll call was answered by 12 members and three leaders. , Larry Franzen opened the. meeting. A discussion was held; on the 4-H camp which is being held June 3-5. The group also what ^^m^ ^^B^^ ^^^^ ^^^~ ^ ^\^\C^ 1 1 H — 1>-^ V , V A A ' v^wv^/v^ eecl do fa ^^^^ \ //^\l 1 \ /( ) yv^/^j —^ There are more than 160 uses for electric energy, making it the most versatile service available today. Here is a list of 168 electric appliances and equipment available to you. (Many of them, by the way, will.make great gifts for June brides and graduates) Major Electric Appliances Clothes Dryer Clothes Washer Dishwasher Food Freezer Food Waste Disposer Ice Cube Maker Incinerator Ironer Ranee Refrigerator Trash Masher Water Heater Electric Housewares Baby Food Warmer Blender Bottle Warmer Broilei Can Opener Carving Knife Casserole Chafing Dish Coffee Grinder Coffee Maker Corn Popper Deep Fat Fryer Dutch Oven Egg Cooker Cf\n^ Ml uet f Food Mixer Food Warmer Griddle Hot Dog Router Hot Plate Ice Cream Freezer Ice Crusher Juice Extractor kotHo 412^114 , >/,•>>; $&&#>'•*; SfSffy '?'_,' ** / 1 't'* ' , '-': F » /* - - » > :,.-'-, *• ! ~ f troty ^. ^r % 1 1 • 1 ^^ 4HV Curling Iron Steam Bath ncuic Knife Sharpener Meat Grinder Plate Warmer Potato Baker Pressure Cooker ffnactpr IWddlCI Roll Warmer RotisserieOven Sandwich Grill Saucepan Shredder Skillet Clisin Sheer Snack Grill Snack Warmer Ctari M 7or OLClllltCI Timer Toaster Vegetable Peeler Waffle Iron Wflrmi na Trau wanning i ray Electric Appliances Providing Personal Comfort, Hygiene, Appearance and Convenience Adjustable Bed Air Conditioning Air Cooler Air Purifier Bathroom Celling Heat/Light H nnkflT UIQIIntH Carpet Cooler HomnmM,, uenumioiner Deodorizer ' Electronic Air Cleaner Exerciser Facial Massager Fans Attic Circulating Exhaust (kitchen) Furnace Faucet Germicidal Lamp Hairclippers Hair Curler Hair Dryer Heating Heat Lamp Heat Pad Home Heating Humidifier Illuminated H! nl T 1 L Dial Telephone Insect Exterminator Instant Water Heater and Cooler 1 InhtArJ UIVM Lighted Mirror Mftninira Cat manivuro o9f MaeeaaAr '•iy9dfl)(« 1 Mattress (massaging) Oil Burner Picture Light Rang* Hood Reducing Bill Siuni Shivir Shut Shot Polith«r ••••••••^•MIM.i Sun Lamp Tooth Brush Vaporizer Vibrator Water Pump Whirlpool Bath Whiskbroom Electric Housekeeping Appliances(small) Electric Broom Floor Polisher Floor Scrubber Irnn nun RugShampooer Steam Iron Towel Dryer Vacuum Cleaner Water Softener •••^^••^^iMBBH Electric Servants for Hobbles and Recreation Aquarium Filter Aquarium Healer Barbecue Spit Turner Charcoal Lighter Dog Clippers Guitar Hi-Fi Kebab Grill Movie Projector Organ Outdoor Grill Patio Lighting Photo-Enlarger Piano Power Tools: Drill Lathe Plane Sander Saw Sprayer Welder Radio Scissors Sewing Machine Slide Projector Soldering Iron Stereo Player Tape Recorder Television Typewriter Electric Servants for Convenience and Safety Battery Charger Burglar Alarm Cigarette Lighter Plnrk w!ULt\ Cradle Rocker Defroster (refrigerator) De-icer Door Bell Door Chimes Door Lifter /norona\ VB dld B B / Door Number (illuminated) Fire Alarm Fireplace ri«,,u linUi flashlight (rechargeable) FlnrtHlioht r luuu iigiii Foot Warmer Fountain (ornamental) Hedge Trimmer Intercommunication System Lawn Edger Lawn Mower Post Lantern *$ifer* ^j^M/yK^k ^^^TlPgJ ^^%rl«l^^ ^!Ji8r Algona Municipal Utilities 1 talked about having a softball team and agreed they would chal- lenge other teams. There will be a club tour in June starting at 4: 30 p.m., to begin at Larry Franzen's and end at Larry Gray's where there will be a pot-luck supper. Jerry Rurup adjourned the meeting and Mrs. Bruns served lunch. (Russel Bruns, reporter). Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Lillian Graham. YOU AUTO SEE CURT PAUL FOR YOUR NEXT AUTO LOAN. HE'S AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK. WIRING UTT or Corrected "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-2223 MO MEAT WDAY Without Trucks, the only meat market would be on Wall Street! Bears and Bulls. If you're talking stocks and bonds, they make sense . . . but, there's not much demand for them at the local meat market. There, customers are interested in beef, pork, frying chickens ... the things that make a meal a meal. What's this have to do with trucks? Ask the livestock and poultry feeders... the packers and processors ... the super market chains and Independent butcher shops, Without trucki, th« main course for Sunday'! dinner would still be standing In the feed lot, lowans know this better than anyone. Our State traditionally leads the nation in livestock marketing. All but a small percentage of this $2-1/2 billion yearly "crop" is carried by trucks. Matter of fact, Iowa agriculture and the trucking Industry are longstanding partners. Over 90% of all farm products "go by truck"... for good reason. It's efficient. Economical. Dependable (And our safety record speaks for Itselfl) Whether It's on Wall Street, New York, or on Main Street, Iowa- trucks help make life better In every way, every dayl IOWA MOTOR TRUCK ASSOCIATION "If You'v* Got It, A Truck Brought It" Mtf Hi Vtt «tf V4 Mtf tt* *ri h4 a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church ... We have such hope, we use great plainness of speech. Corinthians 7 2 The spoken word is a powerful weapon. It can give heart and courage. It can uplift the spirit. It can tear down a belief, hide a truth. It may even destroy. We should always speak with plainness, in truth. A bad word rides forever on the winds of memory, it may not be recalled. A good word, a truthful word, raises hope that echoes again and again. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES; JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - GMC Truck* - Gehl Firestone Tirei - StanhoUt 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 Mat SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping Is A Meaigre" COLONIAL MOTIL Junction 16 and 169 VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 and 169 Closed Tuesdays WAYNE FEED SUPPIY CO. Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 214 West State Street, $95.5206 ^ ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN, Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALOONA IMPLIMINT CO, Your Friendly !H Dealer - 2«3.3fl01

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