The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1966
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MR. AND MRS. Roy HutMll Were visited a couple of days this week by the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Ackerman and their daughter- in-law, Mrs. Clyde Ackerman, Rochester, Minn. MRS. DUANESCHNELL enter- tained at a party April 1 honoring her husband's birthday. Guests were Mrs. Schnell'sparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steenblock and Ellen Wlbben. Mr. and Mrs. Schnell had as guests Saturday Joan Mains and Denny Dean of Buffalo Center. HANDBAGS in the Easter Parade Smaller, but spacious, and above all, smart , . . our new handbags are ready to parade in handsome style. See, choose here from fashionable shapes and shades. $2.00 to $9.00 and I'm on display at JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT "GJMM-R-R ... I'm the new Sfan-Hotit TTatr Claw Field Cultivator. Stop in and look me over. You'll be Impressed with what you seel Coit? You won't believe how lowl I cover ground In your fields up to 32-fee? at a time. I replace dii«, iprlng tooth harrow* and narrow field cultlvatori. I tfork fart, hard. I prepare your seed bed better than any other tool. I'm well built, itrong. I'm ready to work for you in your field*)" VISIT OUR STORE TODAY! JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. So. of Algona Hotel — Algona, la. Home of »ne Sfon-Hofsf "Tigers'* Other guests Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. ElwinTatraan, Spencer. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg and Hugh Blade and children ware visited last Sunday by the Hagg 1 s son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf and children, New Haven. MR. AND MRS. Richard Moe went to Ft. Dodge Sunday to see Mrs. Moe's father, Orville Barber at the Mercy hospital. He had recent surgery for removal of a kidney stone. MRS. VICTOR YOUNG, nee Hester Jasper son, former Al- gonan, and for many years of Clear Lake, visited Mrs. Katherine McMurray Sunday at Good Samaritan Home. She was also at the new home to see her mother-in-law, Mrs. Louise Young. MRS. ADELE WHITE was* visited Sunday by brothers-in- law and sisters of her late husband Claude White, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris, Bagley, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lillie, Linden. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Mallory came Monday from Hampton and- took Mrs. Mallory's sister, Dora Mitchell, home with them for a visit of a few days. MR. AND MRS. Frank Pruisman were at Cedar Rapids last weekend visiting their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Minzenmeyer. SUPT. AND MRS. 0. B. Laing were in Des Moines over the weekend, the former attending a superintendent's meeting. He was also at Drake University to interview prospective applicants 'for teaching positions here. MR. AND MRS. Claude Dearchs were recently visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cumpston and family of Atlantic. MRS. GRACE JACKMAN and Mrs. Alice Ditsworth returned recently from a few months' vacation in Arizona. They first visited Mrs. Ditsworth's son, Dick and family at Tempo, then went to Phoenix where they were guests several weeks of Mrs. Merrill Howard, nee Florence Patterson, former Algonan. Mrs. Ditsworth will be here a couple of months and will then go to her home at Kalispell, Mont. *.- •' • ' ' MRS. WADE SULLIVAN will have as Easter guests her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter MacDonald and little daughter, and Sheila Sullivan, the other daughter who is employed at Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Graettinger will have as Easter weekend guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Judge of Ames and sister, Jane Judge, Madison, Wise. A FAMILY DINNER will be held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer sat Ottosen, honoring the 88th birthday of Mrs. Anna Meyer, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer will be In attendance. MR. AND MRS. Ed Meyer have had as guests the past month their nephews, Lyndon and Jason Fowler, Humboldt. Their mother had been hospitalized for surgery and they were young lads who needed care. MR. AND MRS. William Geering are going to Spencer for Easter with their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black and family, the Black's daughter, Mary Ann and her fiance James Lau, will also be there. Both are students at Bethel College, St. Paul, Minn. MRS. FRED MEYER received word this week that hdt son- in-law, Max Flaig, formerly of Lone Rock and stationed In the U. S. Navy at Norfolk, Va., had received an advancement to chief. He is a Navy musician. MARY JEAN HOOD is spending her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hodd. She is a fourth grade teacher at Bloomington, Minn., a suburb of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Hood had as Palm Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Frances Bonder and Mary Frances, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Elscheld, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding and Mrs. Gusta Patterson. Get With The "Spring" Of Things . . . Shop In Algona And Save! MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis will have as Easter guests their daughter Jane and husband, W. J. Ruge, Ft. Dodge. MRS. FRANK ZENDERandher sister, Mrs. Frances Grantham, are going to Iowa City Thursday and will remain over Easter with Mrs.Grantham's son, Wayne and wife. OLLIE NASBY is making good recovery at St. Ann hospital where he was taken for complete rest. He and his wife are managers of the Good Samaritan Homes here and the heavy responsibilities involved made rest for him Imperative. Honor Society Members Chosen New National Honor Society members elected by present members of the group were announced at Algona high last week. They are: Provisionary Sophomores, Tom Jones Debbie Laws, Randy Riedinger; Juniors, Sandy Harms, Kathie Morz, Lark Whittemore; Seniors, Greg Buchanan, Jo Cox, Tom Samp, Pet Schutter, Mike Stillman, Sharon Sundet. Provisionary members from last year who received their pins April f, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Dti MoW»f*~S and membership cards include Tom Claude, Connie Darbyshlre, and Barb Knudsen. Other Society members are Sally Bay, Dave Martin, BarbMedin, Sue Moulton, Jane Raney, and Phil Taylor, Mrs. Kelley sponsor. is the dab ADDING MACHINES & TYPEWRITERS At The Upper DM Moines. capture the spirit of ivith beautiful flowers and plants The light, the hope, the joy of Easter are captured in beautiful Spring flowers and plants. Fill your life with this inspiration. Phone or visit us today. ^* We send Easter flowers and plants anywhere built-in "Huenhold's Fine Flowers' ALGONA GREENHOUSES Your Flowtr Phone 295-2384 drop-in console free-standing No matter which style you choose, you'l! agree it's smart to change to an electric range. See your favorite appliance dealer now! ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES AMIBEN Herbicides - Your Road To Better Soybean Yields How to get 3 to 9 extra bushels per acre with 5 CORRECT TIMING • early planting—care In harvesting before beans shatter. THESE 2 BIG STEPS MAKE THE OTHER 5 PAY OFF AMIBEN WEED CONTROL If you follow good soybean management practices, Amiben weed control can pay for Msetf many times over. Here are the 7 easy steps to higher bean yields and profits. 1 ADAPTED ICED VARIETY • for your day length or latitude, with proper seed Innoculation. 2 3OH. TESTIMQ • pH adjustment; addition of correct amount of N, K and P If called for after test 3 FW»0t PLAMTINQ DOTH • for your soil — and correct plant population to obtain good stand. 6 0000 SEED BED PREPARATION * No clods, crop trash or foreign materials. Preparing a smooth seed bed is especially necessary. If seed bed I* not smooth, skips can occur when using any pesticide, liquid or granular. 7 AMIBEN for control of both broadleaf weeds and grasses. Based upon an average price of $2.47 per bushel to the grower, Amiben banded at the 2 Ib. rate recommended for most soils, returns to many farmers enough to pay for the herbicide about 2 to 6 times over. And that's real profit for any grower whose management practices are good enough so that superb weed control can make the big difference. See your dealer today for Amiben -No. 1 in soybeans by a wide margin—because it controls most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses with one pre-emergence application at planting—leaves no soil residue to affect rotational cmps. Available as liquid concentrate or in granular form. "">*, 4 mOTEX EQUIPMENT i well maintained and adjusted for planting and harvesting. Clean out sprayers carefully— check nozzles— calibrate. flfllCHem lint a»mt in lnrMcid§ mure* Available in this area at ALGONA FLOUR and FEED OR WHITTEMORE ELEVATOR - HOBARTON BRANCH '125,000 Stock liquidation Sale! Now In Progress To Settle Mate Matter Now In Progress BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. ALGONA,IOWA

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