The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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2-AtjKW.a (to.) Upp«r t)M M»l**t , Worth 17, 1966 MR. AND MRS. James Walker are being visited by their BOO, John, who is in service and has been stationed at Memphis, Term. He trill report at San Diego, Cat. March 27 and will hare eight weeks at the Fantam school and then report for VF92 duty, then Viet Nam. His rank is Chief Petty Officer 2. MR. AMD MRS. Gail have returned from Om'Uia where they had stayed with their grandsons, Jon and Bob Clapper, while Lt. Col. Clapper and his wife were in San Francisco, Calif. They took their car there for transportation to Hawaii where the Colonel has been transferred and his family will join him there soon. Mrs. Clapper made the trip home via jet. MRS. HATTE Burlingame spent a day last week at Garner with her brother, Harry Merriam and wife. MRS. JOHN MCENROE was recently visited by her son, Pat, St. Paul Minn., and upon conclusion of his visit, she accompanied him to Mankato to visit relatives. From there she went to Chicago to visit her daughter, Patricia, who Is teaching at the McLaren scbool and is also attending night scbool in preparation for a farther chosen work. Patricia Is an accomplished pianist as well as being well qualified for Ms special teaching she is doing. MR. AND MRS. Beecher Lane returned home Saturday after spending two and a half weeks at Norwalk, Calif., visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Pentecost. The Peatecosts became parents of a daughter, born Feb. 19. Their other daughter is seven years old. The Lanes made the trip by train. BRAIL WRIGHT returned last Tuesday from Ottumwa where he had attended the annual spring convention of managers of Graham stores in the state. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Metzger, Sr. recently returned from California, by train, where they had visited their two daughters, Mrs. Cal Callesen and Connie Metzger. They visited relatives at several points enroute, and stopped at Ft. Dodge to visit Mrs. Metzger's brother, Gene Bollig, who is hospitalized there and gradually improving. DR. AND MRS. R. K. Richardson left for the weekend aad Friday, March 11, from Minneapolis. They took a plane to Hawaii for a vacation of two weeks. LUCILLE BLACK isherefrotn San Antonio, Tex, visiting her brother, Hugh Black and family, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Kain. She will be here till March 15. MR. AND MRS. Oran Hudson have been at Iowa City where Mr. Hudson was to have surgery for a leg ailment caused by hardening of the arteries. He has noticed trouble the past year. Before the surgery was begun, be suffered a heart attack and be is still hospitalized. It remains to be seen what can be done later. Mrs. Hudson has returned home. MRS. LEON MARTIN has been doing substitute teaching for Keith Christie the past week. He has had an arthritic condition, but is improving. MRS. NETTIE FISHER, 92, mother of James Walker, has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital where she was taken after a fall in which she suffered a cracked hip bone and disc injury. She is not able to get around to speak of, but for her age is doing well. MRS. HOWARD FRENCH is recovering from major surgery at University hospitals, Iowa City, but does not plan to be dismissed for a few weeks. Mix-All means uniform feedmaking! . . .and now, DiHL adds 13 new features Ask any one of the more than 15,000 Mix-All owners why he chose a Oehl. Chances are, one of the big reasons is uniform grinding and mixing. Uniform, because ingredients are cut (not pounded) by 66 thin, reversible, steel hammers. The big 507 sq. in. grinding surface produces faster grinding, too . . . and low power requirements. Because all milled ingredients are of uniform size, they mix more thoroughly with concentrates in the 2-ton hopper. NEW FEATURES ADD VERSATILITY Now, 13 new Mix-All features make this uniform feedmaking easier than ever. A new auger feeder drive lets you load ingredients at hundreds of speeds to fit any crop. A high-speed unloading transmission empties the 2-ton hopper in only 5 minutes. And, the concentrate hopper has a new unmatched capacity, the tank is calibrated . . plus 9 other new and useful features. See them all. Stop in soon and ask us to prove with a demonstration that the Gehl Mix-All is your best feedmaker buy. Grinding chamber of Mix-All features more hammers, larger grinding surface than any other farm mill. GEHL Concentrate hopper <vith unmatched capacity can be easily loaded from side or rear. Lid and bag guard are hinged. JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South of Algona Hotel - ALGONA, IA. Sylvia Eden Of Titonka Plans June Wedding Any car that looks like this .< is unfair to organized competition. And if Wide-Track styling doesn't prove it for you, take a look at the way we're outselling all but two makes for the sixth straight year. Or take a look inside one of our 40 Pontiacs. You'll find carpeting, genuine walnut and all the roominess Pontiac is known for. Or peek at one of the 15 renowned Pontiac engines. And if you hard to convince, take a look at what that price does to those other cars. It's a conspiracy, that' it is. And more people have been taking part in ever. How about you? WIDE-THACK PONTIAC 're still sticker s what it than PRICE A TIGER AT VOUR PONTIAC OEAUHS- A GOOD PLACE TO BUY USEP CARS. TOO. SCHULTZ BROS, Sowth Phillip* St. Algeria, lowo SYLVIA EDEN Mr. and Mrs. Er*1n Eden of Titonka announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sylvia Aileen, to James Michael Martin, son of Mrs. James F. Martin, Rock Island, 01., and the late James F. Martin. A June wedding is being planned. A graduate of Titonka high school and State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, Miss Eden is teaching 8th grade English at Sudlow junior high in Davenport. Mr. Martin graduated from Alleman high school, attended Black Hawk College in Rock Island, and is now finishing his education in music at Western Illinois University at Macomb. MRS. LAWRENCE Riedel is accompanying the group of F. B. L. A. girls as chaperone at the Des Moines meeting Sunday. They will remain overnight at the Savery hotel and the group will visit various places of interest. Competitions will precede and Betty Riedel is in the second place in typing, and will enter competition. MR. AND MRS. Don Trupke spent the weekend at Des Moines with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Smith and family. MRS. OSTA THOMPSON was visited one day last week by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Larson, Renwick. MR. AND MRS. John Thuente ., have returned from a vacation' trip to Missouri, Wisconsin,;.? Illinois, Kansas and Arkansas. At Lake of the Ozarks, Mo., they saw the Ralph Dtekmans, Mr. Diekman having been a baker here a few years ago. They also saw a former employee, Betty Bierstedt at Braidwood, m. She is now Mrs. Fred Schneider. ALBERT PSOTKA of Duncan is making an extended visit here with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Utt. THE CRESCO MOTHERS and Daughters club met March 9 at the Cliff Teeter home, with election of officers as follows: Iris Hackbarth, president; Geneva Sorensen, vice president; Elaine Teeter, secretary; Bernetta Wildin, asst. secy.; Lavonne Henry, treasurer. The next meeting will be April 13 at the home of Lavonne Henry. The Kossuth Federation of Clubs will meet April 11 at the Lutheran church in Titonka. OTTOSEN By Mr*. Donald Usher Tte United Presbyterian Women met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Telford as hostess. Mrs. Alfred Scfaultz gave the lesson. Lori, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby, celebrated her fourth birthday Friday. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Halsrud, Pam and Bruce of Bradgate and Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Larry. Mike Frohling went to Washington, D. C. from Tuesday until Friday night. He got the trip as a campaing manager for the Farm Bureau, who had reached their goal in Kossuth county. Mrs. James Fowler had surgery at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Kermit Fowler stayed with her Friday afternoon. Sunday Mrs. Kermit Fowler and James Fowler visited Mrs. James Fowler and also Mrs. Anton Anderson at Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Anderson, a sister of Mrs. Fowler, suffered a stroke. The Ottosen progressive study dob met wift Mrs. Percy wat- nem. Mrs. Robert J. LeMont gave a report on the scbool reading award Qualification. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the lesson on Grant Wood and showed some of his paintings. Mrs. Earl Olson had a jumbled word contest Mrs. Ed Nessen won with eighteen out of twenty correct. Guests were Mrs. Nessen, Miss Melba Fox, Mrs. Allen Watnem and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. Mrs. Earl Olson is sure spring is actually arriving, having seen four robins Monday morning. Two weeks ago she saw her first robins and says they all flew away to the northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vinaas at Austin, Minn., Mrs. Alma Nash at Alden, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and family at Swea City. Douglas Koehl of Hancock, Minn., and Wayne Schmidgall of Morris, Minn., were Sunday overnight visitors at the Victor Banwarts. The two visitors were Monday breakfast guests at the James Banwarts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson attended funeral services for her great-aunt, Mrs. Kate Weideman, 90, at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Manson Sunday afternoon. En- route home the Jacobsons were coffee guests at the Sidney Loth- ians at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Saffi Kropf met the Richard Kropte *t LanrenS Friday and they all went on to Kimballton where lb*y tinted Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kropf and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper visited her mother, Mrs. Prank Henely at the Emmetsburg hospital Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Tborsen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welter to Iowa City over the weekend, the Welters visited their son Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Welter. Mrs. fnor- sen visited Mr. and Mrs, Archie Struthers. Ronald Ellingson of Minneapolis spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson. Mr. and Mrs. August Kruger of Worthington, Minn., were Sat" urday dinner guests of Mrs. Jennie Bratland. Sunday night supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Christiansen and Jana of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson and family of Moorland and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Conrad Johnsons. Henry Kampen of Cedar Falls visited at the Fred Kampens from Monday until Thursday. Monday night they were all supper guests at the Gerald Shiflett home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Jon of Cylinder, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Oiaon and Nels Olson of West 0wd were Sunday dinner guests at the Carroll Olsons, WESLEY By Mn. Violet Sfud«r Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seaberg, Ames, were visitors at the Geo. Seaberg: and Merrill Zwlefel homes March 5-6. Mrs. Lola Aramann of Geneva called on Mrs. Lulu Hanlg and family and on the Leo Hanigs Wednesday. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer spent the March 6 weekend In her parental R. P. Young home in Traer. 244 YEARS At a retirement party for Fay Simpson in Iowa Falls recently there were 244 years of post office service represented. The total Included Roy parland, 34 years; Charles Hamilton, 16 years ; Lyle Harper, 36 years; Armln Warnecke, 13 years;Dale Jackson, 21 years; William Kane, 34 years; Earl Allen, 44 years. Simpson, who was a rural mail carrier, had served 46 years with the Post Office. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS SPRING IS COMING! SWITCH NOW TO AN LP GAS TRACTOR OPERATION AND INCREASE YOUR FARMING PROFIT . . . . . . WITH THESE ADVANTAGES : MORE POWER - BIG SAVINGS ON OPERATING COSTS AND MAINTENANCE, OIL CONSUMPTION AND FUEL BILLS! MANY PROFIT-MINDED FARMERS ARE SWITCHING TO LP GAS TRACTORS - HOW ABOUT YOU ? ALL OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS LISTED HERE WILL BE VERY HAPPY TO DISCUSS YOUR LP GAS TRACTOR NEEDS TODAY. STOP IN AND SEE THEM - YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID ! ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Walt and Deb Hall INTERNATIONAL Algona GREIMANN IMPLEMENT Milton Greimann JOHN DEERE Swea City BAUER IMPLEMENT CO. John Bauer INTERNATIONAL Wesley JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Joe & Walt Bradley OLIVER Algona BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT Gib & Dick Buscher MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE Algona LINDE IMPLEMENT Roger Linde ALLIS-CHALMERS Swea City ERNIE WILLIAMS Ernie Williams JOHN DEERE Algona TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. Rex Taylor CASE Algona NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 295*2484 COMPLETE IP ANP NATURAL GAS $f RVICf 10 IAST STATi ALGONA

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