The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1966 · Page 7
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Al9.no, (la.) t|)tt||||y Harold Koppen, 50, Lakota, Burial Monday Harold J. Koppen, 50, of Lakota, died Friday at Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. He had been ill for several weeks. He had operated a cafe in Lakota. Funeral services were held at 10 a. m. Monday at Sacred Heart church in Ledyard with Rev. Robert Thiele officiating. Burial was in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Harold J. Koppen was born April 9, 1915 the son of Gus and Belle Shannon Koppen. Survivors include his wife, Darlene, one son, Dean, at home and one daughter, Mrs. William Smith, Philadelphia, Penn. One brother and two sisters also survive. They are: Donald, Lakota; Mrs. Eldon Heetland, Winnebago, Minn.; and Clifford Knudson, De Soto, Wise. Mr. Koppen was a WW n Air Force veteran and received military services sponsored by the Lakota Legion Post. Pallbearers were Dr. W. D. Redman Jr., Martin Becker, Steven L. Powers, Jr., John Ellsworth, Albert Bosma Jr., Jacob F, Peterson. Swea City Woman Succumbs SWEA CITY - Mrs. Alfred Anderson died, at 11 p. m, .Friday at her home in Sw^a City after a lingering illness. Siie is survived by her husband, two foster daughters, Mrs. Robert Douglas of Clinton, Iowa and Mrs. Richard Dietl of Cedar Falls, Iowa. Tliere are three brothers, Carl and Albert R. Anderson of Swea City, Nels J. Anderson of Estherville and three grandchildren. Funeral services will bo 2 p.m. Monday at the Baptist Church in Swea City with burial in Harrison Township Cemetery. The Rev. W. Crandallwill officiate. Groen Cops Pistol Shoot Here Wednesday Forty-five men entered the peace officers' pistol shoot held at the National Guard Armory here Wednesday evening, with Rich Groen, Algona assistant chief of police, taking top honors with a 496 total. Groen's score edged Jon Osell, Manson highway patrolman, 495; Ray Hansen, Lake Mills highway patrolman, 494; Eugene Rodberg, Sioux City, 492; and Al Boekelman, Algona police chief, 488. The district 7 highway patrol team copped honors in that division with a 1941 total, while Algona's police department was second at 1906. Pete Jorgenson and Bill Rasmussen of the local police department each shot 461. Merry Od ••mid By Drew PMHIO* WASHINGTON - Secretary of Defense McNamara has seemed obsessed recently with worry over Red china. It appears to overshadow all his decisions in the Pentagon and his discussions with Congress. A series of Chinese experts testifying before the Far Eastern Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee were not so worried. Their conclusion was that China was no threat to the United States as long as we did not encroach on her territory. Most of the experts doubted that China would even threaten the neighboring Asian nations around her. - o - —VIET NAM WAR POLITICS— The Viet Nam war is already a burning political issue in the Oregon gubernatorial election, and it looks as if the Democrats will be snowed under. Teaming up in an unofficial alliance are Sen. Wayne Morse, Democrat, the No. 1 Senate "dove," and Gov. Mark Hatfield, Early Bird Special ! 20-Inch . . . 3-h.p. LAWN MOWER SALE ^PF%pr ex<fh, 3-h.p, Briggs and Stratton engine. No, 49F1 . . now at BIG BEAR 1009 N, Main Republican, also a "dore," who is running for the Senate seat of fettling Sen. Maurlne Nenberger. Paced with this formidable Democratic-Republican alliance, the Johnson administration persuaded Rep. Robert Duncan of Medford, ore., to run for governor. But since Duncan Is something of a sacrificial candidate, the White House let it be known that he will get a U. S. judgeship if and when defeated. "We have the alternative of fighting the communists in the elephant grass of Viet Nam or in the rye grass on the banks of the Columbia River/' said Congressman Duncan. "It's one of the most warhawk announcements I have heard," proclaimed Morse, promising to campaign up and down the state of Oregon against his fellow Democrat. —MERRY-GO-ROUND— It was because Judge Thurman Arnold, former trust buster under the New Deal, was fond of pickles that burglars were routed from the Arnolds' Alexandria, Va., home. Getting up at 2 a. m. to go down to the refrigerator and get a kosher pickle, the judge found the window open and his wife's heirloom silver wrapped up in tablecloths waiting for the thieves to come back. They'd gone for their car. When they got back the police were there thanks to an appetite for pickles. ... Rep. Chester Mize, R-Kans., credits Bill Colrin of the Manhattan, Kans., Mercury with the idea of giving free mailing privileges to servicemen to send their voices on tape back home. Mize reports that members of the Post Office Committee seemed to be enthusiastic over the Idea, and the bill will probably pass * . , Rep. Robert Wilson of California, chairman of the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee, is dickering for wholesale rates to buy several thousand copies of Clark Mollenhoffs book, "Despoilers of Democracy," which reviews past Washington scandals. Wilson wants to make the book a Republican campaign document —U.S. GRANT'S GRANDSON— The Portuguese probably don't realize it, but they are getting the great-great-grandson of President u. S. Grant as assistant U. S. naval attache In Lisbon. He IB U. Commander Rodion Cantacuzene, whose grandmother was born in the White House when her grandfather Grant was President. Thank You CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our relatives and friends for the beautiful flowers, memorials, cards, food and kindness during our recent sorrow and bereavement following the death of our dear husband and father. TheFamllyofHarvey Rath. (22*) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Service Station In Algona Available For Lease. Financing And Training Available. Some Investment Needed. Write Box 338 Algona, Iowa (22-23) KERNS ANNUAL Machinery Auction To be held on our lot at Britt, Iowa, on Friday, March 25,1966 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. SHARP LUNCH ON GROUNDS 28 - Tractors - 28 John Deere '830" Diesel, electric starter, wide front, new rubber, power steering and cab, (low hours) John Deere "3010" Gas tractor John Deere <3010 > Diesel tractor John Deere "620" Gas tractor John Deere "630" tractor 2—John Deere "G" tractors 9—late model John Deere "As" 2—John Deere "B" tractors Massey Harris "55" Gas Tractor, very good shape, good rubber Massey Harris "444" Tractor Case "800" Gas Tractor Case "800" Diesel tractor, 3-point hitch (low hours) Massey Harris "101" tractor 2—"WD 45" Allis Chalmers tractors COMBINES Several used Combines of an kinds PLOWS --. 4-bot trip bottom Plows J. Deere •620' 3-bot trip bottom Plows John Deere "66" 4-bottom Plow Several John Deere "55" Plows DISCS John Deere 'FWA' 18-f t wheel tandem crcMelew bemrinn and dual wheels J. D. tar 14-f t wheel tandem Disc aTMsrim bearings M.-M. 18-foot straight Diac 2—"WD" Allis Chalmers tractors 2-Oliver "88" Diesel tractors Oliver "88" Diesel tractor (wide front) M.-M. "U" tractor (power steering) M.-M. "U" UP. (ideal for grain dryer) McC.-Deering "M" FarmaU tractor McC.-Deering "H" FarmaU tractor Wagons & Boxes John Deere, McCormick Deering and Electric Wagons MILL Led PTO Mill with incline feeder and auger CULTIVATORS J. D. "40" 4-row (robber gauge wheels) Several John Deere "400 s 4-row ColU. McCormiek-Deermg "461" 4-row Cult. McCormick-Deermg "455" 4-row Cult McCormick-Deeriag "448" 4-row Cult. Ante Chalmers "WD" 2-row (like new) Massey Harris 4-row Cultivator AUCTIONEER'S NOTE-Mr. Kerns takes the auction way of All machinery wffl ay. ^I Stalk Cutters and Field Harvesters Me-D. 'Slff RoUry Stalk Cut, like new McCoim-Deering No. 26 Stalk Cutter a—New Idea No. 61 SUIk Cutters LnndeU 80-in. Stalk Cutter HnmbokU Stalk Cotter Continental Stalk Cutter A. C. Field Harvester with torn head John Deere Field Harvester with corn head and hay head J. D. No. 8 Field Harvest with com hd. Allig Chalmers Blower and Pipe FIELD CULTIVATORS Several John Deere and ULCji ROTARY HOES Several good osei] John Deere, MeCor- mick-Deering, BrUIkm and Champions PICKERS F-30 LH.C. with Pomp and 2-M Picker F-20 LH.C. with Pomp and 2-M Picker and starter New Idea "300" Picker with grease bank and starter 2-ME with M hookup PLANTERS John Deere "495" 4-row Planter, rub'r f ertUiz. attachment* and insecticide John Deere "494" 4-row Planter, rub'r, fertiUz. attachments and insecticide Several late model "490" Planter* with fert attach. Mine with maectiddea ELEVATORS Caw Elevator with PTO and track hop. Kewanee Elevator Several New Items! of all used machinery every Spring. Every item - J for buyers. The above items Bated may be USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Kerns Implement owner BRITT, IOWA i<M)YD CLABK, AUCTIONEERS FIRST STATE BANK OF BRTTf, Clerk

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