Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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ALeONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1966 Quest day by church group at Lone Rock Aone Rock — The Lone Rock Presbyterian church will have its U. P. W. meeting at 2 p.m. on Thursday. This is the annual Guest Day. Mrs. Glen Stockdale, Aplington, will speak and show slides on Appalachia. Mrs. Dennis . Priebe is in charge of the program entitled The Growing Mission. Coming events include church family night pot luck dinner and program Oct. 16, Rev. Eggink, speaker. Tuesday adult Bible study at 8 p.m. and trustees meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Maude Blanch ard, of Lone Rock, has been hospitalized at St. Ann hospital in Algona for the past week. .The A. A. Kruegers had the Rev. Benjamin Meyers as guests Monday. The Meyers' home is in' Minneapolis. Pie is a former pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. The Rev. Albert Bullocks are Visiting in Council Bluffs at their daughter the David Ludwig's. The family just recently moved from Lincoln, Neb., to Council Bluffs. The Frederick Schultzes and Dawn were guests of Mrs. Schultz's nephew, the Rev. Marvin Schultzes, Little Rock, Iowa. Th<>y spent Saturday and Sunday in Little Rock. Dawn Schultz, of Minneapolis, has been home in Lone Rock on a two week vacation. October 11 there will be a re* ception at the Sentral high school building for the Senitral faculty. This is a public reception and everyone is cordially inr vited. The James Jensens and Brenr da, Albert Lea, Minn., were dinner guests at Roy Jensen's Sunr day. During the afternoon they visited Mrs. Jensen's parents, the Robert Hannas, and also with other friends and relatives before returning to Albert Lea. Mrs. Florence Macumber, Algona, was a guest at Roy Jensen's, Lone Rock, from Tuesday until Thursday of last week. Mrs. Macumber, former resident of Lone Rook, visited many friends dining her stay. She and Mrs. Jensen were coffee guests of Mrs. Frank Flaag Thursday. Titonka Mrs. Mary Schroeder ••000000+»»»»»»»»0000000 Titonka Woman's club met at Sadie Denton's Thursday. Speaker was Rev. Carl Grindberg of the Goodwill Industries at Sioux City. He showed a film, "The Goodwill Story", and narrated it. Titonka Federated club met Thursday at the community room of the library. Hostesses were Rae Harris and Florence Roberts. The lesson, Education For Consumers, was by Mary Oesterreioher. A skit, Will The Real Economy Size Please Stand Up, was given by several women. , ,1 A good neighbor act took place when several man gaither- ed at George and Ray Rippentrop places to combine baans. Neighbor women prepared and served the lunch. Members of the library board and librarian were hosts at a coffee for the school faculty on Monday afternoon. Guests were shown services by the library, books available, and invited to use library books for school use, as well as personal needs. Worship at Good Hope Lutheran church have returned to the winter schedule with Sunday school at 8:55 a.m. and worship ajt 10 a.m. Clair Heifner, Clear Lake, visited the parental L. C. Heifners Tuesday. The Edward Hagges, Humboldt, visited Mrs. Tanna Anderson Sunday. Lu Verne Fern Bigings The Vernon Egglestons and Delores had as guests Sunday their daughters and sisters the Allen Thus, Graettinger, and the Miarlyn Gregersoas and son, Rutland, Thf jack Guys are on vacation. for a week at their cottage near Waubun, Minn. Mrs. A. W. Pimler is taking Mrs. Guy's place- at the LuVerne postoffice ajjd Bill Wickett is carrying mail oa. the route of Jack Guy. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation New band festival queen honored Burt — Charlotte Lappe was chosen queen at the annual Band Festival at Algona Oct. 1, A caravan of cars met her just west of town and escorted her home. A party was held at the Cunningham Cafe in her honor. New officers are elected by club at Burt Burt— Mariners Club met Oct. 2 at Burt Presbyterian church with 10 couples present. Hosts were Bruce and Barbara Calbreath and Harold and Viola Becker. Devotions were by Duane and Marjorie Mawdsley. The program on Bible study was by Russel and Ruth Patterson. The surprise number was a quizz by Frank and Virginia Becker. A letter was received from the Korean boy. The club sends $10 per month to support htm 1 . New officers elected are: Skippers, Robert and Maxine Angus; First Mates, Roscoe and Evelyn Mawdsley; Log-keepers, Harold and Viola Becker; Pursers, Bill and Avis Ohristensen; Look Outs, Frank and Virginia Becker; Dr. and Nurse, Bruce and Barbara Calbreath, Chaplains, Bruce and Barbara Calbreath. OPEN HOUSE HELD Open House for the J. E. Thoresons was held Sept. 25 at the home of a daughter Alice Mae, the John Laceys in Ames, with 82 relatives and friends registered from Burt, Seneca, Mason City, Thornton, Kanawha, Goodell, Ellsworth, Story City, Radcliffe and Ames, Iowa; Mrs. Thoreson's brother Harvey Wilson, Los Angeles, Calif., and cousin, Mrs. Lola, Ellison, St. Louis, Mo., who was also an attendant at their wedding 45 years ago. Mrs. Ira Langlitz, Gbpdell, served punch and Mrs. Ellison poured. Many cards were received from those who could not attend. QUEEN CANDIDATES Queen candidates at Burt Community school selected Monday for Homecoming, Oct. 14, are Charlene Lappe, Linda Moyer, Norma Harms and Nancy Ackerman. Kossuth Chapter O.E.S. will meet in the Hall Oct. 11. Past Matrons and Past Patrons will be guests. Hosts are the Harlan Blanchards, Lawrence New- broughs and Mrs. Esther Hilton. Ladies Aid at St. John's Lutheran will meet Oct, 6 With hostesses Viola Cunningham, Patsy Elmers and Esther Miller. Honorary members will be guests. The market basket is by June Bierstedt, Lena Abbas and Luella Sehadendorf. LHFS Auxiliary meeting is Oct. 18. U & 1 Circle will meet Oct. 17 at the Cunningham Cafe with Elsie and Neoma Junkermeier as hostesses. Roll call is display of fancy work. The extension lesson will be by Neoma Junkermeier who attended the leader training meeting at Algona Oct. 4th., Mrs. Elsie Junkermeier, Alma and Neoma, spent Friday and Saturday in WUhnar, Minn., visiting an aunt, Mrs. August Junkermeier, and also the Albert Lunxlquists. Alma Junkermeier returned to her work in Esther- vine Monday after a two weeks vacation. The Homer Sabins spent Sunday at Mapleton, Minn, at Lawrence Weise's. He is Mrs. Sabia's cousin. A party for Dawn Opheim was held at her home Oct. 1 with the girls in her class as guests. Guests Oct. 3 at A. C. Hinckley's were the Harley Troutmans Jr. and two children for her birthday. Plans have been completed by the WSCS for the annual Blue Mound turkey supper to be held Oct. 12 at Burt Methodist church. The M. C. Davieses have a 7 Ib. 15 oz. daughter Anne Frances, born Sept. 30 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They now have two sons and two daughters. Mrs. Ella Meyer spent several days in Marcus at her daughter Evelyn, the Rev. Henry Fried- riohs, who have a new daughter, 7 Ib. I oz. Linda Diane, born Sept. 26 at Sioux Valley hospital in Cherokee. They now have two sons and two daughters. Oct. 1 Mrs. Ella Meyer attended the wedding of a nephew, James Bierstedt, Ljjkoita, to Barbara Darnell, Blue Earth. The wedding was at 7 p.m. at flie 31ue Earth Lutheran church, Mrs. Hilda Gross, Mrs. Dora Drenuuel, Mrs. Art Lesson and Lura. Sewick were guests Oct. 2 of Mrs. Grace Schmidt in St. Aosgar. The George Beckers family spent Oct. 2 in Clear Lake. Saturday, the day of the Band festival in Algona, guests at Martin Becker's for a pot luck dinner were the George Beck* era, Frank Beckers, Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. family? Mrs. Duahe Mawdsley and children, and the Ray McWhorters. Junior Girl Scouts and two Cadets met ''Thursday after school. At the Burt park they practiced lighting a fire on a damp, windy day, then toasted toafshmiallows at the close of the meeting. They also learned how to measure distance by pacing. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patricia Zwiefel spent the weekend in Des Moines at the home of Mrs. Mabel Reimers and the Richard Webster home. Guests Oct. 2 at Vern Shipler's were the Lawrence We&tlings, Fort Dodge, and Clarence West- lings, Barnum. Guests Sunday at Raymond Westling's were the John Volks, HumBoldt and Mrs. Doris Holtapp, Pomeroy. Evening callers were the John Grottes and Mrs. Otto Westling. The Walter Rentzes spent the weekend,in Ionia with her parents, the'Herman Mphrings. held at Bode Boo> _ Homecoming activities at Twin Rivers school in Bode started Thursday in. the school gym. Dale Vige^introduced the head football coacb, Robert Algoe, who introduced; his assistant coaches, Benny Skillern and Bem Bohach. Each class gave a skit. The senior class won first, freshman second, SdpliomdreS third, and the juniors fourth. Mr. Vige introduced King and Queen candidates and they advanced to the stage through the candle lighted aisle forming from the back of the gym. Gefi Vedvik, daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Vedvik, Mary Lou Olson, daughter of the Ronald Olsons, and Jan Johnson, daughter of the Archie Johnsons were Queen candidates. Candidates for King were Jim Collins, son of the Frances Col' Hns, Denny Kissinger, son of the Tommy Kissingers, and Rich As the Queen, Geri Vedvik, Ziemet, son of the Henry Zie* mets. was announced the 1966 King Wayne Christiansori presented her with a boiiquet of red roses. Mary Lou Olson and Jan Johnson as attendants were present* cd a rose corsage. Jim Collins Was chosen king, and his attendants were Denny Kissinger and Rich Ziemet. Following the program in the gym a bonfire was held in the school yard. Friday afternoon a Homecoming parade was in liver more and Ottosen. Floats made by v the, high school classes were added to the parade in Bode. . • " Friday night between halves of; : the TR-MansQrt game the Queen,! Geri Vedvik with the 1966 Homecoming Queen, Peggy Olson/and the attendants, Mary Lou Olson and Jan Johnson, were presented/The King, Jim/Collins and his attendants Danny •Kissinger and Rich Ziemet,.were all playing in the game which .ended in victory for the TR Pirates, 206. . . • ..'.''•••... •---••. The floats were also shown on the football field between halves of the game and the sophomore float wort first place. Freshman float took second, seniors third, and juniors fourths ." ;, . ,.; • ' on bank group to Need Printing? ' AT THE ADVANCE More than $21,100 in dividends will be paid to members of the Federal Land Batik Association At Algona this week, Manager Eugene H. Hutchihs has announced. ' . ' -' ;' -v.,..'i . ;•/ ,'".'• . The dividend checks Will be mailed October tth. t6 farmers who own stock in the Association which serves Kossuth. Th'te.Algo- na FLBA is entirely owned by the borrower-members it Serves. The Algona Association has paid 26 dividends during the past 20 years,, returning a substantial amount of earnings to the mem.' bers during this time. More than 340 farmers in the county served by the-Association presently have $7,235,200 in long term farm; loans outstanding. This is an increase of $1,127,900 over the same date a ye>r earlier. ', •./'^^•'^ : ?'U;'?'---.^. i .'.. : ' The association,.is'one of 90 farmer-and-ran^er-owned Fed al Lank Bank Associations in Io- wa, Nebraska, South Wyoming served by the Land Bank of Omah«, The Amo- cations own all of the capital stock of the Omaha Land Bank. Directors of the Algona Association are: President, Hugh Black, Algona; Robert Deal, Alna; Douglas Wildih, Algona; ^ander Menke, Swea City; and Marvin Junkermeier, filmore. Joan Bellinger OOOOOOOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOOOO The ReV. and' Mrs. Eldrtdge attended the Iowa Afea ; Evangelistic Preaching Seminar in Des Moines this week. One of the main' speakers was Dr. Gaston Footei author of ^TTielTrans- formatioh of the TWelvef. Services started Tuesday and doses tfttiMday. J ;..; -'"'' • Confirmation classes for 7th and 8th graders of the! Fenton Methodist church will begin this Thursday at 4 p.m. ' The Art Swanson^, Taylors Falls, MJnn. were recent weekend i guests -! of,,the Don Sh*ws. Mrs* Swjanflon is the former Car'- ' • • spent a recent weekend pring, Colo. They ^^-% Huskes and Richard Kahlew Jtev; Mdfldge f««titly held the W«MfisJiit» sfefvlce at TUrnefd Rest Home in Ar«l»t*bHg, fefeia Vdilt, Margo Rusch, Mary Mien Ditsworth and Suzanne Newel accompanied him. Miss Newel piayed for the service; and the <>ther th|^ »flng a ^tri»;r $ CMe recent^ sponsored *''' '" ' '• ah ajterno&n Qf deV6ti6n6 and a program at the Armstrbng rest home attended by 14 ladie,1 and David Osborn. Following the sfcryUse; led by Mrs; 'Wilfred Laato and Mrs. Jock Gerhaii, the group served homemade pies to the residents of the home. The suti-district Cduttoil of the Methodist V,«it t h Fellowship meets next Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Fenton Methodist, church. LAND BANK ASSOCIATION Of Alf OM, Iowa v .The Tony; Kahlers !and Paul './.•'••••.•*. \^ :•?'•>•?'".••' . -• '' WILSON & COMPANY INO., LIVESTOCK WJYWO STATION • • " ;•' '• ,:•;' Ellsworth B«nn«tt,Mgr. <" / ' •• ., • '•'.-- •; LIVERMQRE, IOWA : " "• . - advisot thet a representative of the' Albert Lea Lamb and Veal Buying Dept. ,i ; IS NOW ON .HAND -BACH . tip .assist in the buying of Calves and Lanibs from this area. Phone Livermore, Iowa 379^1032 lo stockholders of raeoNl May 31, 1966 Amounting to $21,168 lo be paid October 7, 1966 .Farmers who have Land Bank loans own the Algeria FLBA '"and 'share! in the earlings of the Association. 26 Dividends been paid, to stockholders during the past twenty years. C' corning year will, mark 50 years of service to agriculture .by the Land Bank System. . EUGENE H. HUTCHINS, Manager Federal Land Bank Association of Algona . . ••; ; (South of Penneys, Algona, Iowa) customers , >now- we have increased 1 oiir fertilizer warehouse capacity to OVER This view shows the new L-type addition on the present fertilizer warehouse. New blending equipment is shown, not yet installed. When completed, the new plant will have two separate blending machines to give customers faster service. an increase of over 50% -f- in tirder tbibettjijr serve our.custoniei^sl' ' - ' ;":•'/ ',':•:.:.'. ; •'^.•'v, .• : ; In these modern times, with larger farm machines iii use, fertilizer dealers must be able to move iii and Handle your heeds with speed. With bur new handling and blending equipment, we will be able to also handle large volumes, v This is why the ^ AtGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. is again expanding to continue to deserve your patronage. The next time you need fertilizer, call 5-2701 in Algona. Mitch Taylor is shown by one of his fertilizer spreading trucks. Mitch will be very happy to show you his new plant with its new, modern facilities. With business expanding so rapidly, another new fertiliser truck was added last week. — One of the fertilizer trucks unloading from the blending machine is shown above. Work is nearly completed on the new addition and fetiliier is already being loaded into the addition. Total storage will now be over 1200 tons of Row Ingredients. The new hopper car is shown above, unloading conveyor on the south side of the new addition. This, connects ejirectly to the new elevator leg -- which fills each bin in the now storage area. Time saved in unloading is nearly 60%. The now unloading equipment it shown in action last Men. day. The equipment speeds unloading by 60%. And the storage facilitie* of the AiQONA FLOUR * FEED CO, is .now the oqujvatont of 200 TRUCK LOADS which could be delivertd to farmer* in fix-ton lots. Locally owned - locally operated locally financed ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO It is tho desire of tht AUGONA FLOUR i FEED C. to bottor iorvo you. Wo hope you'll stop in and look over our new plant facilitie* soon. lay lor-made Fertilizer" PHONE 5-2701 SOUTH HUUJPS STREET IOWA

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