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4-Algona, (la.) Uppor Dei Moirtat Thunday, April 14, 1966 Swimming Pool For West Bend Being Planned Members of the West Bend Swimming Pool Committee, with the Town Council and the Board of Education of the West Bend Community school, report they are arriving at the final stage in their plans for a swimming pool for the West Bend area. At the March 7 meeting of the council a preliminary contract was entered into with Dewild, Grant, Reckert and Associates, an engineering firm of Rock Rapids, Iowa, whereby this firm agreed to make a survey of possible pool sites in West Bend, and of the population of the area which a pool here would serve; and to obtain other pertinent information needed before actual plans could be drawn up and construction begun. Since October, 1965, when it was announced that a large part of the amount necessary for a pool had been ear-marked by the West Bend Council for that purpose, members of the committee have given much time and effort in traveling to inspect pools in towns of a size comparable to West Bend. Now the committee states that the results of their study and planning, along with those of the Rock Rapids firm, will be made known within the coming weeks. P.CA. Credit Study Meeting Held Five representatives of the Production Credit Association at, Emmetsburg attended a credit conference, April 6 and 7 in Spencer. Local PCA officials at the meeting Included C. H. Arthur, President, R. B. Chambers, vice president, Leo B. Jensvold, Manager, Arthur Welland, Ass't. manager and Leland Frederick, Ass't. manager. Participants in the conference discussed the extension of credit PCA and bank operations and other aspects of short HORT TROIMG TALKS It takes tougher com varieties, with short, strong ' stalks for today's modern farming. DeKalb'u short XL varieties stand better at high populations, and take advantage of narrow rows. XL's are bred to hold their ears, too ... to harvest easily, and produce a breakthru to higher com yields for you. "DIEALB" U • IUcUt«r*d »r«n<t NIBM. XL Numhm •*• V«rUt? Designation*. Man Ftrmtn Flint DtKalb than a*y othtr Bnnd. HYBRIDS •"-Eugene Hood — Algona, Iowa - r ' : Roland Bode — Algona, Iowa Albert J. Bormann — Algona, Iowa Raymond Otis — Wesley, Iowa Peter C. Reding — Bode, Iowa Frank Droessler — Bancroft, Iowa Lawrence Besch — Whittemore, Iowa Homer Matthiesen — Fenton, Iowa and intermediate-term agricultural financing. The conference was one in a series of 10 sponsored by the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of Omaha for managers, assistant managers, and loan committee members of the 40 PCAs in Iowa, Nebraska, S. Dakota and Wyoming served by the Omaha Bank. The Emmestburg Production Credit Association serves farmers in Clay, Emmet, Dickinson, Kossuth and Palo Alto counties. Loans are made to finance farm operating expenses, purchase livestock and equipment and meet other needs of the farm family. The Association is entirely owned by the borrower- members it serves. Bill Moxley To Nat'l SaLs Job In California Hunt Foods and Industries of Fullerton, Calif., has announced the promotion of F. William Moxley, Des Moines, to National Sales Co-ordinator. Bill is being transferee! to the home offices at 1645 West Valencia Drive, Fullerton. Mr. Moxley Joined the company in 1962 as territory manager. He is a graduate of Algona high school and of Drake University. Bill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moxley of Algona. HALF-PAST TEEN SWEA-EAGLE Mri. Kenneth Brontt nuu The Vern Mortensen children from Hutchinson, Minn, spent the Easter vacation with grandparents, the August Robisons. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison were Sunday visitors at the Tony Lohse home. Mrs. Lohse has been on the sick list. The Tom Preston family moved across the road to the Joe Preston farm Thursday. Mrs. Nina Traub, sister of Mrs. Joe Preston, has taken up residence in the home formerly occupied by the Tom Prestons. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reding of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanftner were Friday evening callers at the Harold Carr home. Sunday, the Linus Vaske family of Rolfe" and the Bob Holmes were guests at the Harold Carr home, along with Maurice Carr and Pat Fox of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., who had been weekend guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Budach and son of Blue Earth moved to Estherville where he is employed at the meat packing plant. Mrs. Budach is the former Cath- MMMMMAMMMMMA0MMWIMMVMIMII WHO PUTS MORE ROOFS OVER OUR HEADS ? INSURED There is no country in the world where so many families own homes of their own as the United States ... over 28,000,000 or 61 per cent of all American families. For 130 years Savings and Loan Associations have been'putting roofs over our heads. The convenient method of monthly payments for repaying home loans like rent was developed by Savings and Loan Assocuiions. Today Insured Savings and Loan Associations finance wore homes than all other financiaj institutions combined. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From-The 15th — Earn From The l&t SINCE 1917 -.AMJONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings ami Loan Insurance Corp of Washington, D. C. PLUG if IN? I WOUL&NT MKE/ THE LAST T/MEI D/D, NEW yo&t ary BLACKED OUT. erine Carr, daughter of the Harold Carrs. Mrs. Budach is at present a patient at Holy Family hospital, suffering from strep throat. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin drove to Sioux City to bring Marjorie Lee home after she had undergone dental surgery Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spear and family of Sherburn were Sunday evening callers at the Johnie Tobin home. Danny Anderson of Waverly and Paulette Kracht were Friday supper guests at the Albert Anderson home. Teresa Kay, infant daughter of the Everett Thorsons, was baptized at services Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church. Dinner guests at the Everett Thorson's were Pastor and Mrs. Petersen and family, grandparents, the Lloyd Thorsons and John Carlsons, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Thorson and daughter, Merlin Carlson, Vivian Thorson and Reid Farland. Vivian Thorson and Merlin Carlson were sponsors for the baby. Sunday callers at the Truman Johnson home were his brother and wife, the Ervin Johnsons, Fenton. The Ed Frerichs were Sunday visitors at the home of her sister and family, the John Cullens at Emmetsburg. : >; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Preston lj entertained Sunday at dinner in honor of their son, Larry's confirmation. Guests were the Earl Prestons, Leo Crowleys, Edith and Myrtle Molinder; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Martin and family, New Prague, Minn., with Joe Crowley'as an afternoon guest. Saturday supper guests at the Virgil Tokheim home were Mr. and Mrs. Harley Work, Mrs. Opal Pierce and Danny, St. Paul, Minn., Michael Pierce, Arlys Looft and Wendy and Wanita Work. Sunday dinner guests at the Dettmer Thompson home were the Gene Thompsons and afternoon guests were Mrs. Everett Erlckson and daughters. Lionel Thompson arrived home Thursday evening after spending a week in Texas visiting the John Thompson family. Gene Rippentrops of Truman, Minn, and Dwayne Rippentrop of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Everett Rippentrop home and the Homer Henrlksens and family were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Bishop and family were at Gilmore City Sunday to have Camie Ranae baptized at the Methodist church. Visitors at the Darrel Bishop home to get acquainted with little Camie Ranae have been Mr. and Mrs. Keith Knoner and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Runks- meier and family, all of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swanson and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hammer, Ottumwa, Eagle Homemakers met April 12 at the home of Mrs. Virgil Tokheim, with Mrs. Everett Thorson assisting. Mr. and Mrs. William Schauberger of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madsen, Albert Lea, were Sunday callers at the Carl Schauberger home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller (Leal) Belle Madsen) are parents of a 10 1/2 Ib. daughter, Robin Lea, born April 1 at the Albert Lea hospital. She is the first child of the Millers. Mrs. J^alph Walker and Shed, and Mi's. William Krumm were Thursday visitors at the home of Mrs. Tillie, Smith, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCoy, Tom and David of Decatur, m. came Saturday to spend a week visiting relatives here. David is at the Francis Torine home and the rest of the family is at the Emil Larsen home. Kay, a daughter, is visiting at the home of her cousins, the Rob- ert Himes and family, at Los Alamos, New Mex. Kay is a student at William Jewell College at Liberty, Mo. Mrs.. Virgil Jensen is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., having been admitted a week ago last Monday, for treatment. Mrs. Marlin Hardt and Mrs. Richard 0*Green visited at the home of Mrs. Hardt's daughter, the Charles Schultz' at Sauk Rapids, one day last week. Notes Of Servicemei CAMP PENDLETON, CALIF.- Marine Private Marlyn K. Struecker, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker of 503 W . McGregor St., Algona, has completed Individual combat training here. The four-week course included over 200 hours of instruction under simulated combat conditions, covering squad tactics, guerrilla warfare, day and night combat, patrolling and the use of infantry weapons. His next stop Is four weeks of basic specialist training in his military occupational field. Leathernecks bound for the Pacific will receive more training when they report to the Staging Battalion at Camp Pendleton, Calif. This training will emphasize jungle warfare, patrolling, and civic action based on experience gained in Vietnam. USS OKLAHOMA CITY Electrician's Mate Fireman Delbe rt D. Johnson, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney D. Johnson of 314 W. Nebraska, Algona visted Keelung, Taiwan (Formosa) recently while serving aboard the guided missile light cruiser USS Oklahoma City, flagship of the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. While visiting Keelung, crew- members delivered more than 7,000 Ibs. of medical and sports supplies and general merchandise donated by the people of the United States for distribution overseas to needy persons. Crewmembers were also given the opportunity to visit the nearby capital on organized tours, or as individual "tourists." FORT GORDON, GA. - Pvt. Jerald 0. Hertzke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto P. Hertzke, Lakota, completed a lineman's course at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga., April 8. During his six weeks of training Hertzke learned to lay and maintain open wire, lead and rubber-cove red cable, and field communications wire. The 19-year-old soldier entered the Army in November 1965 and received basic training of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a 1964 graduate of Lakota Consolidated high school. 3RD ARMORED DIV., GER. Army Pvt. Michael T. Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Studer, Wesley, was assigned to the 3rd Armored Division in Germany, March 28. Studer, a truck driver in Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion of the division's 36th Infantry near Friedberg, entered the Army in October 1966 and received basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. the 19-year-old soldier was graduated from Garrigan high school, Algona, in 1964. FORT BENNING, GA. - Army Pvt. Walter T. Rich Jr., 19, whose father lives at 109 N. Phillips, Algona, completed the Infantry School's three* week airborne course here, March 26. His training, which included five jumps from a C-130 air- plaine flying 170 miles per hour at an altitude of 1,250 feet, qualified him as a parachutist. Rich was graduated from Algona high school in 1964. CHULAl, VIETNAM- Hospital Corpsman Second Class Larry C. Cummlngs, USN, son of Mrs. B. K. Bahnson of Burt is serving in the Chu Lai sector of Vietnam with Company "C" of the 3rd Tank Battalion, a supporting unit of the 3rd Marine Division. He participates in patrols and employs the powerful 90mm cannon as a direct fire weapon or as artillery against the insurgent Viet Cong. Esser, James L. & Bonnie J. to Sewart A. McFadden 322-65 oak Park Add. lot 9 & 10, Algona. Frank!, Gerald P. & Rita M. to la. Beef Packers, Inc. 3-1966 Outlots 4 it 5 Irvington Station & all that pt. of OL 6 (see rec.) Irvington Station & Exc. OL 1 (see Land Index) Irvington Station. NEED OFFICE: SUPPLIES* w« hare them. Upper t)ei MotoM Pnb. Co., Algofii. Real Estate Transfers Bellinger, George H. it Ida, Allan J, & Clarinda; Harvey I., sgl.i Clair D. & Harriet to Kenneth Bollinger 3-28-66 Und. 5/6 int. in N 1/2 SW 1/4 20-97-30. Brown, Raymond G. & Hattie M. to Ernest C. Kellenberger 3-26-66 SW 1/4 32-95-29. Donovan, Ralph A. & Lydia B. to Jesse H. Riddle 3-29-66 S 1/2 orig. plat Inc. lots 3 & 4 blk 44; Algona. ON DISPLAY AT THE NORTH IOWA SPORTARAMA APRIL 15-16-17 HONDA Sizzling sport version of the popular Honda 90. Top performance, sleek new design,remarkably low price. See the Super 90, HONDA DIVISION OF THE NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER 310 E. State Algona 295-3818 ST RONG CHURCHES . . Male Strong Communities "In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths." — Proverbs 3:6 When do we turn to God for help? Is it only during hours of darkness and despair? In business transactions, do we do nothing more than pray for the "break" we need, for the "big sale" or the "big deal"? B In our day-to-day relationship with friends and neighbors, are we concerned with what is fair and proper, or just with having our own way about everything? There are no daily visions to guide us, but the example has been set in the life of Christ upon earth and are essential to the Christian way of life. Recognize God in everything that you do, every day of your life, and your life will be well directed. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITGO SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 — Algona, IOWQ ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algong, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO, Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 1§ & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson CMC Trucks - Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN, Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg, Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Tpkes (Jare of Ypur Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169

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