Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1971 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 28, 1971
Page 11
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Fenton Student Employed By FHA At Spencer SPENCER - James W. Bollig, Fenton, is now working for the Farmers Home Administration in Us office here, according to an announcement by Robert Schneider, county supervisor. Bollig is working in the FHA summer training program which provides summer employment to agriculture students and trains pern for permanent employment S fsriculture. Bollig has completed his sophomore year in agronomy at Iowa State University. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollig, farm six miles northeast of Fenton. FHA loans from the Spencer office are made only in clay, Dickinson and Palo Alto counties. |iiiiiiiiiiiiiii«miiiiii^ jj | TITONKA I i| By Mrs. Alfred Boade 1 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gatton and Keith Gatton, Titonka, have been headquartering at the Dennis Olsons while in the area to be with their son and brother. Donald Gatton, a patient at St. Ann Hospital since being involved in a car accident June 19; Donald suffered a broken jaw and it is reported he will be transferred to a Mason City hospital. Dinner guests at the Dennis Olsons Father's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gatton and Keith Gatton, Titonka and Chester Smith, Bancroft. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sankey, Jeffory and Janelle, Badger; and Corporal Roger Sankey. Roger, in the Marines, has been stationed at Camp Pendleton, Calif., but left June 24 for Washington state and from there will go to Alaska. The Sankeys are formerly of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood St. John were Saturday evening June 19 visitors at the Dennis Olson home. LOCALS MEMBERS OF THE First United Methodist Church will- combine with the congregation of the Congregational church for their Sunday services starting this Sunday, June 27, meeting at the Congregational Church, in August they will have services at the Methodist Church. Machine TAYLOR'S Late Mode Versatile Swather being checked over "--'• - ' itr*"? Late Model "600" M-C Grain Dryer - Like New Yes, Taylors is the place to check for late machinery bargains — New and Used N.H. Balers, Rakes New and Used Farm Dryers 1 - 375 bu. Behlen Batch Dryer, A-l 1 — Used 4 Column Continuous Flow Behlen, A-1 1 — Late M-C 600 Continuous Dryer, A-l 1-12' S.P. Versatile Swather, Crimper and Reel 1-12' IHC S.P. Swather Now is the time to see us for your Grain Storage and Drying Tanks — Portable Dryers at TAYLOR IMPLEMENT & CONSTRUCTION CO. IN ALGONA, IOWA FATHER'S DAY GUESTS Father's Day guests at the Richard Bakken's cabin at Lost Island were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bakken, Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rush and family, Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flaherty, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Flaherty and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flaherty, Pocahontas; Mr. and Mrs. David Flaherty and family, Marathon; and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Habben and family, Pocahontas. - o - CLUB ENJOYS TOUR The Maple Lawn Goodwill Club enjoyed a tour Friday. They had lunch at Treloar's and visited the Decorators Workshop and Beckers Florists at Ft. Dodge. In attendance were Kay Helland, Eleanor zeman, Ethelyn Holden, Millie Jacobson, Sandra Kraft, Bernice Rolland, Ruth Olson, Edna Olson, Betty janssen and Lorraine Halsrud. rf - o- '' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann were weekend guests of the Jerry Wehrspanns at Omaha, Nebr. Cynthia Wehrspann returned home with her grandparents for a three week's visit. Mrs. Cleon Larson, Mrs. Gudrun Matheson and Mrs. Alma Nash, Alden, Minn., were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Donald Larson. Coffee guests were Mrs. Nash, Mrs. Gordon Larson, Bode, Mrs. Olianna Vinaas and Mrs. Ivan Evenson. The Ellingson family met for a reunion at East Park in Mason City Sunday, over 110 persons attended from 14 towns in Iowa and six in Minnesota. Oscar Ellingson, Buffalo Center, is the president and Mrs. Clara Benjamin of Buffalo center is the secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson attended from here. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl and daughters have moved to Ft. Dodge where he is a postal carrier in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin attended the Sundet-Omdahl wedding at the Lutheran Church at Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene o'Leary visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson from Monday until Wednesday. They are newlyweds and were enroute from South Bend, tod, to Valleio. Calif. Queen Louise And Parents ————i Peggy Kampen Of Oftosen Is Engaged Louise Studer 20, of Wesley will represent Kossu.h County and eight other area counties as District Pork Queen in the upcoming year The county and district titles came on"y a few days apart with judges basing their decisions on poise? pT sonal.ty and knowledge of pork production. Pictured with Lou.se after the crowning at Clarion last Tuesday night a e her parents (and "pork teachers"), Mr. and Mrs. Mark Studer (Photo courtesy Wright County Monitor) at st. Paul's Lutheran Church at Anamosa Saturday. Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin attended from here. Arland Speich's brothers and sisters also attended the wedding. •^^^"^^^••^^^^•"^^^•^ Mrs. speich and Edwin were Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walston, Gladbrook, and they were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speich, Hampton. LIVE MUSIC WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 30 BLUE BUCKEROOS MUSIC - 9 P.M. TO 1 A.M. QUARTER OF A CHICKEN 89c FROM 8:00 TIL 10:00 P.M. FENTON AL'S PLACE IOWA f., •*» Vs*£ OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs., Fred Kampen, Ottosen, announce the engagement of their daughter, Peggy Colleen, to Paul Elliot Skow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Skow. Rutland. Miss Kampen is a 1968 graduate of the Twin Rivers High School at Bode and has been employed at the Friendly K Ranch at Ottosen. Her fiance, a 1968 graduate of the Humboldt High School, has been farming and is now in training at Ft. Campbell, Ky. A fall wedding is planned. - o- Dawn and Michelle Perry came Saturday from California to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson until September. Margaret Bradley also came from California and will visit the Hellicksons about ten days. The Smith family reunion was held at Twin Lakes Sunday with about 40 attending. Towns represented were Des Moines, Bradgate, Gilmore City, Bode, Humboldt, Lanesboro and Halbur. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud and Judy attended from here. - o- ATTEND WEDDING Arland Speich, Cedar Rapids, and Marva Dirks were married GOOD/YEAR SERVICE Need Copies of Something? (Not Larger Than 8'/2xl4 inches) NOW - A FULL, QUICK-PRINT COPYING SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT ... 5 Our New Equipment Will Give You A Reproduced Copy Exactly As Your Original At A Cost Of Only (Except Reproductions Prohibited By taw) ALGONA PUBLISHING CO. C A COPY RETREAD 1«L SALE plus 27C to 35$ Fed. Ex. Tax Recovery per tire (depending on size) and 4 retreadable tires oH your cat Tubeless or tube-type - same type tread design as our 2-ply "Power Cushion" bias ply tires. FITS COMPACTS - SIZES: 6.00x13. 6.50x13, 6.95x14 6.50x15, 7.00x13, 7.00x14, 7.35x14, 7.35x15 SIZES TO FIT LARGER CARS COMPARABLY PRICED! Sale prices end Wednesday night Including labor, oil, transmission & differential check chassis lube. Free oil and lube with this service 'til Sat. night Includes • New Spark Plugs, Points. Condenser • Our specialists will set dwell, choke • Time engine • Balance carburetor • Test starting, charging systems, cylinder compression, acceleration. j* Any 6 cyl. U.S. auto - add $4 lor 8 cyl. cars 3 WAYS TO PAY AT GOODYEAR 3 GO-FLITE SPAIDING GOLF BALIS CRAGAR PROFESSIONAL SLOTTED FRONT-END • C.'onslrucli'd Tor lonn ilis- Irtncn imd (ict: (i nicy • Hifjli compression liquid r:enlnr, Ion)! liislin}! toii|(h cover 97 $l lug nuts optional 14" x 15" x 6"-all-steel with dust cover Any U.S. car plus parts if needed • Add $2 (or air-cond. cars. ur nearby GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE -•> 295-7281 ACROSS FROM THE ALGONA POST OFFICE ALGONA, IOWA (OPEN TUES. THRU SAT. - 8=00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. - MONDAYS - 8:00 A.M. - 9=00 P.M.)

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