The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 1, 1966
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Bode elevator annual meet held Feb. 16 BODE-The annual meeting of the Bode Farmer's Elevator was held at the Twin Rivers High School Wednesday, February 16. Dinner was served to 375 by the TR Band Mothers. Following the dinner a program and meeting was held In the gym. Music was furnished by the Melody Moms. A. H. Stevenson, assistant general manager In charge of sales for the Consumers Cooperative Assn. of Kansas City, Mo., was the guest speaker. Duane Kibby, from the Farmer's Grain Dealers Assn. of Des Molnes, read the financial report. Manager, Dick Matheson, commented on the new corn-dryer and petroleum facilities and made comment on past years business. He quoted sales of 1.8 million and a net profit of $49,300.00. Harold Reding was chairman. New directors are Charles Berte and John Reding. Harold Reding and Harry Nelson are retiring directors. Maurice Aasheim wiu be the new chairman; Russell Jensen, the new secretary-treasurer; and Donald Aure, vice chairman. Dividend checks totaling approximately $28,000.00 were passed out following the meet- prizes were won by Cletus Chlcoine, Mrs. John Capesius, Art Kohlhaas, Vernon Tompklns, Mrs. Archie Holland, Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Irvln Mertz, and Walter Christiansen. Rustler 4-H Club, St. Joe, Holds Meeting 3% ST. JOE - Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 4-H club met Feb. 19 with Linda Reding and her mother as hosts. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Judy Kollasch. Roll Call was answered by giving suggestions for Algona 4-H Day, after which the 4-H Pledge was led by Ruth Ann Thilges. Demonstrations were given by Darlene Plathe, LenoraHilbert, Jane Reding, Kathy Reding and Jean Reding. For group activity each member cut out a blouse. - o Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Chicoine are parents of a son born Feb. 20 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This makes three boys and a girl in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann, St. Joe, are the maternal grandparents. Mrs. John Becker, St. Joe, is the maternal great-grandmother. Mrs. Ed- ijnond Chicoine is assisting in the | home. '•} Mrs. Ed Bormann entertained the R-Nu 500 club Thursday, with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. Ralph Reding receiving prizes. Irs. Orville Wagner will enter- in the club March 31. •Mn jtaii Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann returned home Tuesday from a weekend visit with Mrs. Bormann's sister, Mrs. Anna Bormann and George at Alta Vista. Mrs. Josephine Meurer, Wesley, and Mrs. Lizzie Kramer, Algona, were visitors here Tuesday with Mrs. Susie Kramer. Mrs. Meurer is a cousin of Mrs. Lizzie Kramer and Mrs. Susie Kramer. Mrs. Tony Becker and Mrs. John Thul also were afternoon visitors. Mrs. George Ham and Phil from Ames are spending two weeks here in the home of Mrs. Ham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann, and brother, Kenneth, and with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Chicoine. George is in Washington, D. C. with the Army Reserve. Portland Club Has Lesson On The Home PORTLAND - Portland Progress Club met Feb. 17 in the home of Ethel Smith, with Mrs. Cletus assistant hostess. A Valentine poem was roll call, answered by 14 members. Vivian Dutton and Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel and daughter were guests. Ella Lampe and Myrtle Zwiefel each received a gift from their secret sister. Stella Wiskus, who has been in the hospital, also received a gift. Our chairman stated that March 18 is the deadline for signing up for sewing lessons. ArleneWood presented the lesson, "planned storage for the home." Edith Jandl and Arlene Wood were in charge of fun time. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The .next meeting will be March 17 in the home of Vera Fitch, with Eva Shipler assistant hostess.' . .-,. _ - o - j \ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion, Sr., of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family of Burt were Sunday evening visitors in the Jesse Harms home. Mrs. Bill Champion, Jr., brought a cake in honor of the 32nd wedding anniversary of Mr.- and Mrs. Jesse Harms, which was Feb. 15. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow are parents of a baby girl, born Feb. 19 in St. Ann hospital, weighing 6 Ibs., 14 oz. Mr. and Mrs* Bill Trenary were "Thursday evening visitors :in the Tom Trenary home. . The neighborhood card party was held Feb. 14 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith, Vivian Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona, Shop DIAMOND'S Expanded SHOE DEPT. For Dress, Shoes, Work Shoes or Boots I "^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••••••••••I^^^^M DIAMONDS Jacket Headquarters of NW Iowa Vickl Koestler attended the Walther League workshop at Garner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart are grandparents again. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry of Jewell. Feb. 7 in Mary Greely hospital at Ames, weighing 6 1/2 Ibs. The little girl has been named Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ringsdorf returned home last Thursday after being gone about a month. They visited relatives and friends in Kansas, visiting and stopping at points all the way to Brownsville, Tex. They also visited the Hamstreets at Tucson. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart went to Jewell Tuesday to see their new granddaughter. Mother and baby are doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schmidt and family of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christensen were Saturday supper guests in the Billy Christensen home in honor of Debbie Christensen's 6th birthday. Susie Schmidt was a Friday night and Saturday guest in the Christensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday at West Bend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Grosser and other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix and family were Sunday evening visitors in the George Hix home. "Many people itch for something they are not willing to scratch for." A fossil is defined as some evidence of plant or animal life preserved in rock. The value of jade found in the" U. S. is about 15 times that of diamonds found there. .. Algeria, (to.) Upper Das Mqiiw Ttwdgy,.March t, t966 Cresco 4-H Thumb Injured Cresco Boys 4-H Club met Feb. 21 at the Extension building. Talks were given by Steven Roch- leau and Jim Hungate, and 4-H basketball was discussed. This was a family pot-luck with 13 families present. Bob Jergenson was host. "Kossulh County's Favorite Newspaper" SWEA-EAGLE - Martin Geerdes almost severed the thumb from his right hand in an accident with his feed grinder. The thumb was caught in string or twine. A doctor sewed the thumb on and has been checking it closely to see if it could be saved. The last report was satisfactory. Yes, lt f S True! Now you can cultivate a wider strip up to 5 m.p.h. without adding Power! How? Easy, with a Ctcncoe field culti vator. Each patented spring controlled shank works Independently from all the others—each is free to ride aver immov. able rocks and obstructions and snap back to full depth, all without a stop! Design minimizes "bounce" and "drift" •-makes a Olencoe harder to clog than any other cultivator made. Available in Standard models 1W to 18' wide. In Wing models 23W to 28ft' wide -md 3 Point Hitch models 8>/*' to I4W wide. See one here or send for your free literature today. CULTIVATORS PORTABLE ELEVATOR MFG. CO. Ctoncev, Mini. lloomiiigloii. JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA TEWELES SEED CO. THURS., MARCH 3RD 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M. There Will Be A Representative Of The Teweles Seed Company Present To Answer Any Question You Might Have Concerning Grass Seed Problems. 2% DISCOUNT On All Seed, Fertilizer, Herbicide & Insecticide Ordered At Our Open House. We Have A Good Supply of Herbicides and Insecticides On Hand. FREE COFFEE & HAM SANDWICHES A 5 LB. HAM WITH EACH CASH PURCHASE OF ONE TON OF FEED ON MARCH 3RD. A FREE PAIR OF WORK GLOVES TO ALL WHO ATTEND BE SURE TO ATTEND FARMERS ELEVATOR BODE, IOWA R. I, MATHESON, Manager

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