Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1965
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<***«) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 7. Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone W5-2605 Mr and Mrs Virgil C. Smifh left Tuesday for St. Petersburg Heach. Fla.. wl>ere they will re-, ninin for about two months. Margaret Beardsley flew from Mason City Saturday to Cheverly. Md.. to return to work after a 12 day visit with her parents, "ho C H. Beardsleys with whom jhe spent Christmas at Rock Rapids with Mrs Beardsleys brother and wife. ccivinp treatment for a calcium deficiency which has troubled hcr for some , ime from Western Michigan University on .Tan. 23rd. Jerry Seller left Sunday fo return to Fort l^eonard Wood, Mo., where he has been taking basic training in the army since Nov. 9. He expects to be transferred from there by Jan. 25. Jerry had vacationed at home since Dec. 25 with his parent*, the Julius Sellers, of St. Benedict. edly dramatic Christmas vaca- A. D Newbroughs, and the Gene tion. Donald Plott's car was a « Blanchards. Spencer Mr. New- complete wreck. ; brough is home after four mon- -- ths in the hospital and a rest Mr And Mrs Garry McDonald, home Bill Cathy and Greg returned! K ermit Krueger and David day. The Jerry Leaneagh family moved to their newly constructed home north of town on Dec. 18. in time to settle in and have Christmas there. The children now come to school by bus from Highway 18. The Leaneaghs'j former home on south Jones will be offered for sale. Mrs Harv*y Steven has been Ron TtcheMer left Sunday to a pstient at M. Ann since the drive to Kalamazoo, Mich., middle of last week and is re-where he will be graduated MONUMENTS - MEMORIALS D*an Kinsman, owner of Algona Monument Co., wishes to remind you th.it there can never be a subsJitute for a monument ... of knowing you marked the final resting place of your departed loved one in the proper manner. Algona Monument Co. offers a wide selection which they can furnish in various sixes, styles and designs. If you wish to save, please before you buy, write or call 2955565 Algona Monument Co., and let them give you the facts about monuments and markers, both granite and bronze, for cemeteries and memorial Gardens. Algona Monument Co, Phone 295-5565 Algona, Iowa INSURANCE FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS Don't let worries binder your recovery! A disabling illness or injury needn't hurt you financially . . . when you have health insurance for the whole familv. Protect your family with low cost insurance for any needs. Call us soon. Full protection for any eventuality BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 5-2735 109 So. Dodge Attractive printing; at right prices! One good way to get people to read what you want them to is to make it look good. That's what we're in business for. Sec- us soon. When you come to us. you know what real fine printing is ... no matter what it's fur . . our imaginative staff can create the type of printing lo give you the precise OFFSET vou want: ADVANCE COLOR Representative Catey Loss spent Tuesday in Des Moines on legislative business. He will go down again on Saturday and Mrs Loss will join him on Wednesday to be present for the Inaugural ceremonies. Karen Haase came New Year's day from Clarinda and spent the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Cliff Haase. Karen is presently nursing at the State General hospital and returned there Sunday driving down with Kendra Seelev who continued on to Maryville. Mo., where she is a student at Northwestern college. *™<»y returning Mon- Roger Radigs have their second son, Daniel Dean, born Dec 16 - 9 lbs « 6 02- Maternal grandparents are the Earl Bow* mans - Algona, and paternal grandparents are the Donald . The Larry Menzes, Swisher, £•*;. ***" boys born Dec, 29, ™ley James, 4 Ibs, 12% ot., ?, nd B ^ lt J * so " 5 I 58 - U ^ OT JJ";. ™r" z >, 1S the former Mar£?S, fe e £ « at t etnal « gr ? nd * Parents are the Delmar Fischers and paternal grandparents are m\ Bruce McCullough left Monday to return to school. He' flew from Mason City to Detroit j where he joined two classmates i and they flew together to Boston i and then went by bus to Hebron, 1 Me., where he is a senior at the! Academy. The Pink Ladies celebrated Januarv birthdays of patients at Good Samaritan home on Tues-j day afternoon with cakes andi coffee. Those honored were! Matt Lorane on first floor and' on second floor: Bertha Huller-j man. Bessie Jones and Mattie; McWhorter. Mrs McWhorter was 90 years old on Sunday. Margaret Sccfeld visited with a niece's family at Grand Rapids. Mich., over the Christmas holiday and returned home on Dec. 28. During her absence Irene Corle stayed with her mother, Mrs John Seefeld. ited GarrVs uncle and aunt the! Stan McDonalds at Pasco. Wash.! At Idaho Falls. Ida., they visit-! ed the sister and brother-in-law i the Glenn Fredricksons. and at! Glemvood on the wav home visited with Mrs McDonald's oarents. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips. ; _ _ _ Mr and Mrs L, H. Crawford, • Minneapolis, visited local relatives from Dec. 2fi to 31. then drove to Independence. Mo., to spend Xew Year's dav with cousins ' Dr and Mrs H. D. Meyer, of TKo T™ p n."iu—» f ft J n T?l r e to , H " mboldt Schmidts. David Lynches, to stop at the home of their son Mrs. Glen Hughes, Sac City- Douglas and family. the Glenn Croufes, Humboldt; M . T B. ., ._, iDon Nelsons. Iowa City: Don I • T. hs picfur « ap- Bierstedts. Fonda, Marlvn Baus- peared in Monday's Des Moines, mans, Wilton Jet: Carl Bon- Register, one of four women steads. Sidney, Neb.; Richard who were questioned at the air- Bristows. LuVerne. port there about their opinion The Ray Laabses, Clarence on rich foods being bad for hus- Krafts. Roger Jensens. S. E. bands in the column. What Do Braces. Art Person, Ralph Bier- You Think? Mr and Mrs Rich stedt, Mrs. Erick Seegebarth, the had gone to Des Moines to cali Russell Jensens. Kenneth at the distributors of HCA ap- Krauses, Bernard Kramers, John pliances and since that place is Persons, Dean Culbertsons. near the airport, stopped in Others were the Carlos Engle- there and were just looking a- bvs - Laverne Smiths, Reinhold round, not enroute anyplace. P ers ons, Swea City; Jerry Bor- when she was accosted by the mans - Harold Grosses, Whitte- reporter. * more: Gordon Ohms, Avoca; Jim Walkers, Ewald Haacks, Don Hansens, Clarence Macumbers. Algona: Dr. LeRoy Henricksens, Armstrong. The Wesley Boys and Girls 4-H clubs met Dec, 23 at the K & H oil station and went car- Lone Rock Mrs. Jim Mar low oling to 10 shut-ins. They then had a party at Joe Skow-'s. f»U§U$HlN<5 COMPANY "Kp*»uth Top Printers Mr and Mrs Casey Loss erv j tertained members of the Loss j family on New Year's day. Pres- j ent were: Mr and Mrs Mike Loss, Mr and Mrs Robert Loss,! Mr and Mrs Pat Montag and' family, Mr and Mrs Dean R.I Loss and family, and the Bob Kuhlmanns and" children of Ot tosen. Because of illness the Merle Loss family of Wesley was unable to come. Mr and Mrs George Wolf left Tuesday morning for Florida-j They will spend six to eight' i weeks at Lake Worth, near West j Palm Beach, their eighth winter jthere, and will occupy the same apartment they have had previously. Mr and Mrs Craig Se«l«y with their two sons, Sioux Falls, visited his parents, the Howard Seeleys, over the Christmas weekend. Guests last week Tuesday were Mrs Seeley's sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs Godfred Geilenfeldt and their son Allen who were joined by Mr and Mrs Darold Mohr, of Humboldt. Mrs Mohr, a daughter of the Geilenfeldts, teaches in ithe Fort Dodge schools and her 'husband is superintendent of schools at Humboldt. Mrs W. G. McCullough returned home Sunday evening from Newton where she had j spent the holidays with two sis- iters. A highlight of the visit j was a trip to Des Moines where i they saw My Fair Lady at the I Ingersoll theatre. j Dr and Mr« C. L, Plott and daughters arrived home Friday evening. They had planned to go as far South as Pompano Beach for a short stay but did not get to Florida at all due to an accident. They first visited at Charlollesville. Va., with! their daughter and son-in-law, i Mr and Mrs Wm. Robert Wai-' man, and with Mrs Plott's parents. From there they drove to Davidson, N. C. to spend Christ- i mas with Dr's. parents, the Rev j and Mrs G. E. Plott. Dr's. brother Donald, a Professor of Mu-! sic at Donaldson College had tickets for a basketball game at Charlotte. N. C. and shortly after arrival there, Dr Plott" and his daughter Sandra with Donald and his son Tommy left for the game. When crossing a rail- • road track in Donaldson they were struck by a tank car oh a backing train on which there were neither lights nor waving lantern. Dr PJott and his brother escaped with sprains and bruises but both young people were more serious'ly hurt. Sandra suffered head bruises and face lacerations so was hospitalized several days but released in time to keep Christmas at the home of her grandparents. She may need plastic surgery later but was able to return to school Monday. They felt it necessary to travel slowly en- route home after an unexpect- Wesley Mrs. Viola Studer The George Harmses, Redfield, S. D.. were at Erich Seegebarth s »«•»«»»« for the Xew Year holiday. Amey Cherland and his mother Ellen gherland went to Minneapolis " Dec. 22 staying overnight with her daughter at the Carl Carlson home. They met the plane on which the Cherland's son, Don. came from The Elmer Doughans and Ft. Lewis, Wash. Roger, who,Leonard Arndorfers spent Dec works in Minneapolis, came 30 in Sac City with the Doughan home for Christmas and both daughter, the Jim Walmsleys boys left the 27 for Minneapolis.^ The Robert Hudspeths have'a Don took a plane to Ft. Knox, ; boy born Dec. 17 in St A.nn Ky., where he will be stationed, hospital. 8 IDS., 10 oz their first The Gordon Ohms. Avoca, at- child Hudspeth is employed at tended the alumni banquet on the Farmers Coop lumber co Tufe f da - v m "g ht here and commutes to their The John Cottons, Ft. Dodge, home in Algona spent the Christmas holiday with The Reese Martins Fairing- nisoarents, the W. J. Cottons. ton. formerly Bonaparte and The Eugene Blanchards, Oma- Wesley, spent Jan. 1-3 with her ha, visited his mother, Mrs. mother, Mrs. Sophia Hildman Maude Blanchard, from Monday and with daughters Mrs Jim. to Wednesday. Callers were the HCarol) Bleich, Spencer and Chet Almes, Ottosen, and Roger! Mrs. (Charlene) Don Hauptman Madsens, Lanme, Wyo. They took home their grandson Guests at Edw. Blanchard'sJohn Bleich, 3, as his mother New Years were her parents the Mrs. Jim Bleich was hospitaliz- ed. Mfs. Maflin is employed at the Beckers fiufslng home in Bonaparte. Mrs. Sophia ttildman was brought home Dec. 31 from the Bfitt hospital where she had been five da?g fof medical care. The Aelred Hildmans. Burt, and the Reese Martins, Farfington, Wefe Sunday guests here. Methodist women met in the church Jan. 6 with the Mesdames Richard Smith, Paul Erdman, Wm. Martinek and Esther Schroeder. The lesson was by Mrs. Richard Madsen and devotions by Maureen Harr. Corwith-W e s 1e y basketball teams played in North Star conference at Ventura recently. C-W boys won over Ventura 6963; C-W girls won 70-37 over Ventura. Mrs. Elmer Doughan. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Vic Loebig attended the Jolly Dozen Club at Mrs. Theresa Devine's, Britt, Jan. 5. Tom Studer, son of the Nate Studers, and John Goetz, son of Mrs. Lizzie Goetz, spent Dec. 2427 at home. They are employed on the Fernwood farms at Gary m. Mrs. Maureen Harr, Sheryl and Marlene spent Dec, 22-25 with her parents, the Albert iGirards, Bagley. Also guests Iwere the Ralph Smiths, Wichita, I Kan. Mrs. Smith is the former Zelpha Girard. Other guests and former Wesleyans there Friday \vere the Frank Girards. North- Uvood, and Wayne, of Treasure j Island, Calif., home on furlough, and Mrs. F. H. Searles, Perry. Guests at Al Wagner's Jan. 1 were the Herbert Missals, J Britt. Mrs. Addie Bush, Corwith, iwas a Dec. 27 guest. Christmas I guests at the parental Al Wag- |ner's were the Ben Wagners, Ft. Dodge, and Dwight Wagners, Algona. The Legion will meet Jan. 9 in the hall. The Lee Goetzes had their 500 club Sunday. Prize winners were Matilda Goetz, Esther Schroeder, John Hildman and Bill Hauptly. The Herman Bodes, were New Years Eve guests at Vine Kapo- cek's, Britt Ed Hlldinan and his niece Beatrice Hildman attended the 40th wedding of the John Wirths at Boone Dec, 3. Mrs. Arthur Saastad, San Diego, Calif., left for home Jan. 5 after 10 days at the parental Ben G. Studer's. Eugene Hildman, employed at the Hegis hotel, Waco, Texas, as activity and spiritual director, spent Dec. 21-28 at parental John Hildman's. Rose Ann Hild- Iman, TWA reservationist in Chi- jcago, and Mary Hildman, volunteer worker at the Corpus Chris-' jti parish in Ft. Dodge, spent several days over the holidays at home. The Hildmans visited her mother Mrs. Maggie Hilbert and daughters, Atgotta, afid HildmanSj Des Moihes, The Duane Vattdts, r City, spent Dec. 31 with r sistef, Mrs. Orville Weiland CHECK WITH Nutrena ... Like to See Them Come Right to the Feed Bunk? 5-2741 YOU TOO, CAN GET CATTLE EATING FAST. HIGH LEVELS OF GUARANTEED VITAMIN A. 40,000 U. S. P. Per Lb. Check with us on the two-week Nutrena Cattle Conditioning Program to help prevent shipping fever, help get your newly-bought feeder cattle on feed , and gaining fast. Cargill, Inc. ALGONA PUBLIC AUCTION I will hold a Public Auction on the farm located 3 miles South of Armstrong, Iowa, on High'vay No. 44, or 1 mile East and 4 miles North of Ringsted, Iowa, ON — WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13 Sale starts at 12:45 P. M. — Ditsworth Lunch on the Grounds POWER MACHINERY 1963 460 McCormick-Deerinq Tractor — Gas; Wide Front End and Power Steering, 800 Hours (Tractor Like New). McCormick-Deering 400 Tractor, New Torque, 3-Way Hydraulic Live Power. New Clutch. Heavy Duty Rear End. 438 McCormick-Deering Cultivator with rubber gause wheels- McCormick-Deering Rotary Hoe; McCormjck-Deerina ~16" 3-Eot- tom No. 60 Plow; 2 M E Corn Picker with Grease Bank; McCormick- Deering No. 76 Combine, complete with Hume Reel, Pickup and variable speed, like new; McCormick-Deering 27V Mower- McCormick-Deering 440 Corn Planter with Disc Openers and Fertilizer Attachments; Case 14-Ft. Wheel Tandem Disc; Case 4-Ear Side Delivery; 50-Ft. Farmers Friend Elevator Speed Jack- I'-Fl Spring Tooth; Case Spreader. ' ' OTHER MACHINERY, BUILDINGS & FEEDING EQUIPMENT Case Wagon with 6-ply tires. Elec. Steel Flare Box; and SimoHoist: Wagon and Flare Box; Flat Bed: IHC Endgate Seeder- Brooder House: 3 Portable Buildings; Walk-In Hog Feeder; 80-Eu'. Round Feeder: Feed Bunk: Hog Waterers; Troughs, Etc.; Trailer- Type Sprayer: 4-Section Drag; 15-Ft. McCormick-Deering Disc; II x 38 Tractor Chains: 12A New Idea Spreader; IHC Ensilage Cutter; 10-Fl. Massey Harris Tandem Disc: J. D. 490 Planter deep placement Fertilizer Attach., Disc Markers, Round Tontme' and Hydraulic Lift; Mc-Cormick-Deerins 2-Row Planter -vith Fertilizer Attachments: Field Cultivator: John Deere Steel Gear and Box: Power Take Off Tractor Seeder; 500-Bu. Purina Cattle Self Feeder (Newt; 2 Feed Bunks; 2 Hay Bunks; Feeders, Troughs, Etc.; New Siegler Kitchen Heater with Blower; And Many Qthfr Items Too Numerous To Mention. 50 EWES — (Buck turned in Nov. 15): One Black-Faced Buck 67 HEAD OF CATTLE — 61 Head of Black Yearling Steers and Heifers; 6 Holstein Steers. 40 100 Lb. PIGS — (Vaccinated, Wormed, Sprayed i Castrated.) SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS Usual Auction Terms — Not responsible for Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For WALTER BERGGREN Will Sell The Following Item* _ 1949 John Deere Model "B" Tractor with Starter, Lights, Power Trol. Live Hydraulic off dist . Casi wheels. Foot step, Rollo-Matic, and new rubber <s>harp and in very good condition): John Deere 6-Speed "A". Overhauled la>t spring with new 11 \ 38 rubber and Baker Hydraulic Control: 1961 Ford Econoline »--Ton Pickup with DeLu.ve Cab. Elec Wipers end Stock and Grain Box, A-l c haoe: New 2-Row Rotary Hoe; New Westendorf 8-Ton Wagon & 16" Flat Bed. . «o » GEORGE HYPES, Owner Clark & Clark, Auctioneer* First Trust & Savings Bank, Armstrong, Clerk Federal N. la. Grain Co. ! «°" SEXTOK THE ONLY CORN GROWER WHO CAN AFFORD TO MISS A MEETING LIKE THIS DISCOVERED OIL ON HIS PROPERTY LAST WEEK He doesn't have to rely on corn profits. You probably do. That's why you can't afford to pass up this important meeting. There'll be a demonstration and discussion of a proved new method of controlling giant foxtail and weeds for only $1.00 an acre for chemicals. This moneysaving LeaMifter method developed by The Dow Chemical Company usually increases corn yields by 10% or more, Interested? Then join us, won't you? And bring your friends. There'll be free refreshments and door prizes, American Legion Hall - Algona Jan. 15,1965 - 2:00 p. m.

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