The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 15, 1966
Page 9
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Mist LaEtarre Of Algona To Wed In July CHARLENE LABARRE Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ferris of Algona announce the engagement of Charlene LaBarre, daughter of Mrs. Ferris and the late Robert C. LaBarre, to John Michael Connelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Connelly of Duluth, Minn. Miss LaBarre is a graduate of Iowa State University and is affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta. Her fiance graduated from St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn., and is a member of phi Kappa Theta. Mr. Connelly is an analytical chemist for the United states Atomic Energy commission at Iowa State University. Miss LaBarre is a nursery school teacher at National Jewish hospital in Denver, Colo. A July wedding is planned. Honor Couple Here On 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Simons were entertained at their home by relatives and friends Feb. 9 in observance of their 40th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Simons were married Feb. 8, 1926 at St. Benedict. Three of their four children were present, Bob Simons and Mrs. Wm. (Anita) Degen of Whittemore and Virginia Simons, Rochester , Minn. Their other daughter, Patricia, Mrs. Don Ritter, is living in Zweibruchen, Germany, where her husband is stationed with the Air Force. There are 17 grandchildren. The evening was spent playing •cards and lunch brought by the guests was served. A 3-tier cake was brought and served by Mrs. Nick Arndorfer. The couple received gifts and money in remembrance of the occasion. Guests were; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Simons, Gilbert; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ludwig of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kutschaca and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ricfce, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert,Lu- Verne; Mrs. Frances Holtzbauer, Mrs. Bertha Rippentrop, Mrs. Elizabeth Degen, Mrs. Anna Eischen, Harriet Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Simons, Mr. and Mrs, Nick Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bormann, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Arend, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagg, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. David Ludwig, Algona, PRINTING THAT PULLS and do«i justice to your business, fairly priced, Upper Des Molnes Plan District Rotary Confab Here In April Algona will be host to a District Rotary Conference for the first time, according to an announcement by Dr. Don Kingfield, attendance chairman. The event will take place April 22-23 at Garrigan high school. C. R, Schoby, president of the Algona Rotary Club, and Lyle Riedinger, conference chairman, together with Elmer Lindhart of Humboldt, District Governor, met Thursday with the district committee at Cedar Falls. Initial plans for the program for this event were made. Featured banquet speaker will be Dr. Frank Court, Jr., noted speaker of Denver, Colo. Approximately 500 persons from 47 clubs in northern Iowa are expected to attend the conference. In addition to Mr. Schoby, Mr. Tueldoy, February 1$, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Molrm Riedinger and Dr. Kingfield, others on the committee will be Wally Hill, Richard Thoreson, A* F. Agena, Lyle R. (Bud) Anderson, Allen Buchanan, Robert Diekmann, John Claude, Fred Kent, Jr« John Cash, Father Miio Dailey, Don Nelson and Dr. Dean Koob. -97- Mrs. Mina carpenter, Pella, was feted on Jan. 31 whan she had her 97th birthday. ARTIST Charles Lee Smith, Knoxville, Iowa, is paralyzed from the armpits down but has overcome his great handicaps and is now a self- supporting artist. Mis works were recently bought for a new calendar by the Vernon Company, Newton. Smith does his work with a ball-point pen clenched between his teeth. «^^^^^™«^—-^-^**««*' TYPING PAPER, Office Snpplj Pept., Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona. Carloads—Now Trainloads! Yes - you are looking at $130,000.00 worth of New Allis-Chalmers Gleaner Combines complete with cabs that have just arrived at Linde Implement Go. in Swea City, Iowa ... the largest single shipment to one dealer in the Midwest at one time. Left to right — Gerald Pedersen and Soren Pedersen from Ledyard, and Joe Schissel, Lakota, are shown here looking over their new combines. In 1965 Linde Implement Co. delivered 21 new self-propelled combines and are real happy with the acceptance by customers of the ever popular Gleaner Combine. It is a proven machine and now* in the wheat fields is -^nown as THE SILVER FLEET because in many areas constitutes about 60% of the total of self-propelled machines being de- V'e could go on endlessly telling you all about the advantages of the Gleaner with the only Rock Door —• Center balance — etc., but we would rather you stop in and see one or even drive one. They drive as easy as your automobile with power steering, or better yet stop and talk to your neighbor who owns one. He will tell you why he chose A Self Propelled Gleaner — The Leader. You can combine your soybeans as well as your corn and save a lot of time and many are doing custom .work — in fact we have farmers coming in and insisting they have a Gleaner to do their custom work — proving they just have to be better. Great Corn/Bean Clinic! Next stop— Allis-Chalmers!" If It's News We Want It! Yes, times are changing and with limited manpower it does take more money-making and timesaving equipment and the Gleaner is the answer. Stop in soon, and look one over because when going self-propelled you want to be sure to be able to get service and we are carrying one of the largest stocks of Gleaner repair parts in the mid- west. LINDE Implement Co. "A Servicing Dealer" Swea City Iowa • Allis Chalmers • New Idee • SUn-Hoitt • Kewanee • Lindsay 9 Gehl • Meyer Here's where you get into corn/bean systems farming! As many of you saw and heard at the Corn/ Bean Clinic, Allis-Chalmers is leading the way with the modern equipment you'll want and need to put your own crop program into effect. From seedbed preparation all the way through harvest—narrow-row or regular —we can help you with the tools to make your plan- pay off. Come on in and talk systems farming with usl ,

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