The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1966 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 15, 1966
Page 9
Start Free Trial

Algeria (la.) Upper fo* Moines Tuesday, March 15, 1966 New Vehicle Registrations Hit B Here Thirty-three new vehicles were registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt last week* Owners are: Chevrolet - E. L. Johnson, Wesley; E. C. Jorgenson, Swea City; Katie Flora, Wesley; D. D. or Donna Walker, Irvington; j. R. McCarthy, Lakota; Milton Farrow, Lakota. Ford - Andrew or Nels pear- son, swea city; Harry or Dolores Cutler, Algona; Utt Electric Senr., Algona; M. F. Burt, Ledyard; Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co., Algona, Donald Mino, Lett- yard; R. W. and MarieHardcopf, pickup, LuVerne; Frances L. Herbst, Algona; H. F. Hubbard, Swea City; E. W. Smidt, Titonka. Rambler - jack or Mildred Hernon, Algona; G. D. Knoer, Algona. Plymouth - Ellen E. or Olga M. Carlson, Algona; E. V. Tigges, Lone Rock; Mary M. or R. W. Rockwood, Wesley; E. E. Handel, Algona; Donald or Sharon Karlovec, Corwith. Cadillac - A. B.Tweeten,Swea City; Schultz Bros., Algona. Mercury - Virginia D. or E. M. Hanover, Lakota. Dodge - Lowell or Lela Bentley, Titonka; W. J. or Louise B. Goche, pickup, Bancroft. Chamberlain - Mor-Gro, Inc., Algona. Honda - Z. R. Dodds, Algona. IHC - Farmers Co-Op Society, Wesley. GMC - J. S. Johannesen, pickup, Lone Rock. Buick - Martha Mary Boyken, Titonka. Hundreds View Historical Show, LuVerne Hundreds of persons visited LuVerne high, Sunday, March 13, from 2 to 5 p. m., to view the Community Historical Exhibition, first of its kind in the LuVerne area. It was sponsored by the history classes of LuVerne high, and brought home to many some of the facts of local history and conditions under which early-day settlers lived and prospered. The main antique display was in the school gym. Old pictures and antique slides were exhibited in the cafeteria, old books and newspapers were displayed in the library, and larger exhibits were in the industrial arts shop. Ray Saxton of Hardy had an interesting collection of Indian relics, and Elmer Dole of Irvington displayed antique automobiles. Leo Uchter of Algona had an early-day steam engine used in threshing rings. Coffee and cookies were served those attending, Geo. Sefrit On Chicago Forum George W. Sefrit, vocational agriculture instructor at Algona high, will outline bis experiences in organizing and conducting an "adult farmer's educational program" at a national meeting of agriculture teachers, to be held in Chicago, March 14-18, He has been teaching agriculture for 20 years in Algona, and the local adult school has been an outstanding success. Former Algona Lady's Husband Dies, D-Moines Gerald K. Chinn, 44, prominent Des Moines attorney and husband of a well-known former Algona resident, Mary jane Chinn, who is featured onKRNT- TV and radio, died Thursday morning, apparently of a heart attack, at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines. He became ill March 7, was hospitalized and succumbed three days later. Mrs. Chinn is the former Mary Jane Neville, who was educated in public schools here and a graduate of Algona high school. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville, Spencer, also former Algonans. Besides his wife, Mr, chlnn is survived by a son, Collln, 17, and daughter, Crfsten, 15. He was a former Drake University law professor. Former Burt Resident Dies In Arizona BURT - Word reached Burt friends this week of the death of a former resident, Glenn Hutzell, who died at his home at Wickenburg, Ariz. March 4. Survivors include a son, Kenneth, and a daughter, Betty, Mrs. Wm. Scott, both of Arizona, and five grandchildren. The HutzeUs were Burt residents for many years and Mr. Hutzell was employed as an auto mechanic. When ill health forced them to a dryer, warmer climate, they moved to Arizona in 1952. OrTBB Squad Ed Reilly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reilly, Algona, graduate of Garrigan high school, and sophomore at Mt. St. Paul College Waukesha, Wise., is a member of the college's basketball squad, which has lost only one game (and that in an overtime) in the past two years. The team plays junior colleges and small colleges in that area. The college was opened three years and is a 4-year seminary Wants Milk Restored Congressman Stanley Greigg, in a Monday morning news release, stated he "strongly opposed" the administration proposal to Tit funds in the present school lunch program and school milk program. He said there were movements afoot to restore these cuts, and he supported the effort. Kiwams Pancake Day Annual Pancake Day sponsored by the Algona Kiwanis Club will be held March 28, at the High School Annex. The re is no school that day. Serving will be from li a. m. to 1 p. m. and from 5 to 7 p. m. proceeds go to help Kiwanis projects. "Kosmtli Coonty'i Favorite Newspaper" '188 SAVED! ON TRACTOR FUEL With An MM LP Gas Tractor & Thermogas PICTURED ABOVE IS HAROLD BODE, WHO FARMS 4^ MILES NORTHEAST OF ALGONA. HAROLD PURCHASED HIS MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE LP GAS TRACTOR FROM BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT OF ALGONA IN JANUARY, 1965. A FARMER WHO KEEPS ACCURATE RECORDS, HAROLD IS MORE THAN PLEASED WITH THE SAVINGS AND OVER ALL PERFORMANCE OF HIS LP GAS TRACTOR. Harold says: "I decided to try an LP gas tractor after reading about LP gas performance in the Nebraska tests as well as in several farm publications. According to my records I saved $188 in fuel costs last year. This represents about a 25 r / ( savings over the previous year, and in doing some custom work the past year, had about a 25% increase in field work. Besides the savings in fuel costs, I have been greatly impressed with the lugging power I receive from LP gas, along with lower maintenance costs, quick starting, more efficient power, and a noticeable lack of exhaust fumes. I have teen extremely happy with the service offered by Thermogas of Algona, and certainly would recommend LP gas tractors and Thermogas to all farmers, large or small." STOP IN TODAY-GET ALL THE FACTS ABOUT THERMOGAS LP TRACTOR FUEL Thermogas Of Algona Where you always get "BLUE CARPET" Service I So. Phillips St. NOTHING INTERRUPTS YOUR THERMOGAS SERVICE Ph. 295-2841

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free