The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1966
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Algorm, (lo.) Upper Pet Moinei Tuesday, August 2, 1966 Alvin and Raymond Berte in steer and carcass show Alvin Berte of Livermore, and Raymond Berte of Lu Verne, ,nave entered the 20th annual Midwest Steer and Carcass Show. opening Tuesday, August 9, at the Mower County Fairgrounds in Austin, Minn. Their prize steer entry will join some 99 other steers from six states to be shown without Brooming and without any help from the owners during the live show. A single judge will grade each of the 100 steers, evaluating and estimating the carcass grade, the thickness of fat cover and the rib-eye measurement. They must' be present at the live show judging to be eligible lor a prize in the "Carcass Grade and Score Contest." They will be required to estimate the carcass grade, the fat cover and the area of the rib-eye of their steer. This estimate will be reported to the Show Superintendent while a single live show judge makes his estimate on each of the 100 steers. The steer show, held annually in conjunction with the Mower County Fair, will start at 9 a.m. (COST), Tuesday, August 9, at the Crane Pavilion on the Mower County Fairgrounds. The Bertes' entries must remain for slaughter and compete in the Carcass Contest which will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, August 12, in the coolers of the George A. Hormel and Company. Lifelong Livermore resident funeral services Sun., July 31 C. K. "Duff" Howard, 57, a lifelong resident of Livermore, died at his home shortly before noon Thursday, July 28. He had been failing in health since October, 1965. He was born at Livermore, December 6, 1908, sonof Charles L. and Ethel Howard and married the former Margaret Jennings September 24, 1935. For a period of time he was engaged in his own trucking business before becoming a salesman for the International-Har- vestore Implement dealer in Livermore. In 1955, he became affiliated with the State Bank in Livermore where he remained until becoming ill in 1965. Mr. Howard was a member of the Livermore Methodist Church I i= iinninpMiiiiiinRioiiniiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Ushlr Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family went to Okoboji Saturday to get Debbie Telford and Joy Wehrspann who had attended the Concordia Bible camp there last week. Mrs. Neal Olson and her mother, Mrs. C. W. Haviland of HunAboldt, and her sister, Mrs. Lancelot Johnson of Thor went to Des Moines Saturday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lebo and Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson were Sunday supper guests at the Wallace Underberg home at Ft. Dodge. They celebrated Jill Underberg's seventh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin met Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speich and Michelle of Hampton at Crystal Lake where they enoyed a picnic Sunday. Mrs. Beulah Adams was a Sunday dinner guest at the Alan Adams home at Livermore to celebrate Mr. Adam's birthday. Jay Naeve, five, of Bradgate is spending a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster, while his parents are on vacation. His brother Mitchell, 3, is staying with Dean Banwarts. Mr. Dick Skiver of Little Rock was a Thursday overnight guest at the Sam Kropf home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius at Bode Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hohenstein of Amboy, Minn,, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon of Burt, I. W. Nelson of Algona and Mr. Stanley McDonald of Burbank, Wash. In the afternoon, they visited at the Hofius home and had supper there. and was chairman of Trustees and head usher for the church. As a Mason, he was a member of the Jasper Lodge No. 424 AF and AM at Livermore. He was also treasurer of the Twin Rivers of Bode School Board for a number of years. Surviving are his wife, Margaret; two sons, Jerry of Humboldt and James of St. Louis, Missouri; two grandchildren; father, Charles L. of Livermore; and two sisters, Mrs. Ivan Tellier of Humboldt and Mrs. John Hauck of Livermore. His mother and one brother, Irvin, proceeded Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frohling and family attended the Tapper family reunion at Webster City Sunday. Kathy, Kenny, Beverly and Cindy Bratland of Bode spent Sunday afternoon with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long, Their brother, Bruce, 10, is in the hospital with pneumonia, and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bratland visited him. Tommy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, celebrated his fourteenth birthday Sunday. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause^Shelly and Shawnna of Lu Verne, Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Zinnel and the Ralph Jacobson children. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters attended aRonning family reunion at Lamberton, Minn. Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Hoffman home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoffman and Elaine of Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoffman, Rickel and Bradley of Ames. Elaine remained to visit for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons of Grimes spent the weekend at the Erling Malmin home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zeman of Dakota City visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zarley in Des Moines Sunday. Debbie Frizzel of La Puente, Cal. visited at the Le Roy Worby home from Friday until Sunday. Her mother, Mrs. Don Frizzel, and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell of Clarion came for her Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams of Livermore were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Erling Mal- mins and Mr. and Mrs. Erling Olson of Bode were Sunday night visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem visited Mrs. Pearl Hanson at Whittemore Wednesday night. Mrs. Essie Bullis and Mrs. Helen Petersen of Storm Lake were Thursday dinner guests at the Ray Pentico home. ADDING MACHINES ft TYPE-WRITERS At The Upper Des Moinei. SAFETY... standard with every Gehl box Quick-action safety bar. or 7' in- • Available in 6'-3' side width. • Up-front clutch arid speed control. • Choice of 2 rear unloaders. ("Optional) Gehl Self-Unloading Forage Boxes are built to give you continuous year 'round safe crop hauling and handling. And, with Gehl, safety is standard equipment. Look for the "quick-action" safety bar. Touch it and you stop unloading motion — instantly! You can also stop unloading action with the side lever. Ruggedly built for mile-after- mile of big load hauling and handling over rough terrain ... Gehl Boxes are unmatched for safety, speed and capacity. See us today! Ask about the Gehl Forage Boxes . . . toughest boxes ever built, and th-j safest your money can buy! Financing available. Make us Prove if with a Demonstration/ JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Notes Of VIETNAM JULY 13 — Marine Hospitalman Second Class Larry C. Cummings, son of Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, husband of the former Miss Elizabeth A. Steil of Burl, is in Vietnam serving as a member of the Third Tank Battalion, Third Marine Division. USS PORTERFIELD, July 21 -Electronics Technician Third Class John J. Clark, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer R. Clark of 331 N. Thorington, Algona, Iowa, has returned to San Diego after completing a six-month cruise in the South China Sea off the Vietnamese coast aboard the Pacific Fleet destroyer USS Porterfleld. Porterfield provided harras- sing and interdiction gunfire against the communist Viet Cong guerrillas in support of friendly forces in South Vietnam. USEDCARS 1966 FORD GALAXIE 500. 4 door hardtop with 352 cu. in. engine, 250 H.P. Has Cruiseomatic, A-M pushbottom radio, power steering, heavy duty battery, 2 speed electric wipers, deluxe seat belts, courtesy group accessories, wheel covers, white sidcwalls. • One Springtime Yellow with matching vinyl interior. Regular List, With All Above Accessories $3,330.07 OUR PRICE . . $2664.05 Liberal Trade-In Allowances 1966 FORD FAIRLANE 500, V-8 Cruiseomatic,' 390 engine. R & H, White Sidewall tires $2395 1965 FORD Galaxie 500. 4 dr. V-8, auto, trans., white sidewalls, white with red interior, one owner .. $2095 1965 FORD Custom 500, 2 door, V-8, overdrive, radio and heater $1695 1964 FORD Custom 500, 4 dr. V-8, AT, R & H, light blue with matching interior $1395 1964 PONTIAC Star Chief, 4 dr. V-8, auto, trans., Cruise Control, one owner, vinyl interior, dark blue with matching interior $2050 1964 PLYMOUTH Savoy, V-8, AT, 4 dr., R & H, one owner. Good condition $1350 1963 FORD Custom 300, 2 dr., 6 cyl., stick shift, heater $1095 1963 FORD Custom 300, 2 dr., 6 cyl. with standard trans., heater, one owner $995 1963 FORD Custom 300, 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans $795 1963 MERCURY Monterey, 4 dr. V-8, AT, R & H, Turquoise with matching interior. One owner, Anyway you want to buy $1395 1962 PLYMOUTH Savoy, 6 cyl. AT, R & H, runs good $695 1962 PONTIAC Station Wagon, Catalina, 4 dr. R & H, auto, trans., PS and PB, a real family car .... $1295 1962 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 dr. sedan, V-8, AT, PS, Radio and Heater $1250 1961 MERCURY. Meteor 800, 4 dr., R & H, auto, trans., $650 1961 MERCURY Comet wagon, 6 cyl. stick, chrome rack carrier $650 1960 PONTIAC Catalina, 4 dr. wagon, V-8, AT, PS, PB, Heater, black with red interior, one of a kind .. $895 1959 DODGE Station Wagon, 9 passenger, R & H, power steering and power brakes $335 1957 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr. hardtop, V-8, AT, radio, heater, power pack, black with matching interior $595 1958 FORD Custom 300, 2 dr., V-8, stick shift, R&H .. $250 TRUCKS 1963.FORD F350,1 ton, 4 speed, 1 owner, dual wheels $1495 1964 DODGE D-100 Pickup, V-8 engine, 3 speed, heater, wide box $1395 1963 CHEVROLET % ton pickup, V-8, 4 speed, long box $1250 1962 FORD F-250, % ton, V-8, 4 speed, long box .... $1195 1960 FORD F-250, % ton Pickup, 6 cyl., 8 ply mud and snow, 3 speed $825 1959 FORD F-350, 1 ton pickup with singles and 6 x 8 grain body, extra good $850 1949 FORD V-8 F3 pickup, combination grain and stock box $175 1948 FORD V/z ton, with 8x10 stock and grain box hoist, runs good $450 1965 HONDA MOTORCYCLE, white, windshield, like new, 150 CC • $395 KRAUSE AUTO GO. 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