Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 1, 1965
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•Ml H'H ! H t M Ml -|-M I HI 1 I i < "INK in my VEINS'' By MARIAN INMAN .w.H.i..H-.w.H4*4i4i'H*HH4W The local Federal Land Bank Association annual meeting will be held Feb. 3, at the Burt high school. The principal speaker will be Mr. J. V. Rowe, public relations representative and manager of administrative services for Sunray DX Oil Company. The program states that he is noted for his humor and philosophy of life and so members and guests can look forward to his entertaining manner and "get a lift" from his message. How much do we know about our farm credit organizations? After nearly 50 year* of successful operation of our cooperative credit institution*, there continues to be much misunderstanding about their ownership, objectives, and types of service. Even among those who are members there is some confusion as I gather from discussions. The clearest answer 1 have found is in a recent editorial in the winter edition of 'Farm Credit News.' The local Federal Land Bank and Production Credit Associations arc owned by farmers and/or ranchers in our locality. And the Federal Land Bank of Omaha is wholly farmer-owned. The Omaha Bank for Cooperatives and Federal Intermediate Credit Bank are well on the way to member-ownership. But how many of our neighbors know about the Farm Credit System and how it operates? "Money used to make the various loans does not come — as many believe — from the federal government. Money is obtained in the nation's money markets, principally New York, through the sale of bonds and debentures in investors." Like national batiks and other federally chartered institutions, the Banks and Associations of the Farm Credit System are supervised and examined by the federal government. ' . •' . But trie Farm Credit Administration, the supervisory agency in Washington, is unique. It's unusual because not one cent of taxpayer money is used to pay salaries or other expenses of the agency. The Farm Credit Administration which is independent of other government departments, has a responsibility of supervising credit operations of farmers' own banks. These include 12 Federal Land Banks and 750 affiliated Land Bank Associations, 12 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks and 483 affiliated Production Credit Associations, and 13 Banks for Cooperatives. The 12 Land Banks and their Associations make loans to buy farms, refinance mortgage debts and other purposes. The Intermediate Credit Banks and their Production Credit Associations make short-term or intermediate- term operating loans to farmers. As their name suggests, the Banks for Cooperatives make loans to farmer cooperatives for operations, facilities, equipment and for marketing and storing commodities. If you would like:, to have a copy of 'the Associated Press article' 'from which Ifhave quoted, to show your friends and acquaintances \vhpl J ask about 'the Farms-Credit System, jusj drop a note to the Editor, Farm Credit News, Box 1229, Qtijaha, Neb., or better still why not drop in on a Monday or Wednesday for a visit with Eugene H. Hutchins, .manager of tlie' local Federal Land Bank; 1 : Association in Algona. ' ' ' •;,. If you are a niem^br try to attend the annual meet'. ing. To attend th,fc annual meeting provides you with' an opportunity to participate in the operation of I your cooperative's business. -Here you have a "chance"to share with other members the enthusiasm and pride of owner{ship of your Federal Land Bank Association, Production > Credit Association; or local cooperative. . : *'•: Your interest^in it^ .affairs canjhelp.it, grow and pros- pjer. And it's a nice evening %t for business. is combined with pleasure. You ' no);;Spnly learjvChow ^our Association is being operated and'excrcise your privilege' as" a voting member but you enjoy good food and /entertainment, visit with friends and neighbors and learn how your association is progressing financially. This is your opportunity to ask questions and find out more about your cooperative. Most important, though, by attending your annual meeting, you will have a warm feeling of belonging and participating in a business which you own and which is operated for the benefit of farmers in your area. I'll look forward to meeting you there. 4-H club news LOTTS CREEK LEADERS The January meeting 'of the Lotts Creek Leaders was held at the Lone Rock Legion hall with a family pancake supper. A senior basketball team will be named. Jim Ruhnke was chosen as a junior king candidate. Record boobs and physical fitness forms were discussed. Judy Wolter is reporter. Darlene Plathe; Jane Reding, 25th wedding is observed at Corwith Corwith — Sunday guests at Joe Ezarskis for their 25th wedding were Mrs. Alex Ezarski, the Art Henches, Titonka, John Voss' Jr., LuVcrne, Paul Topcls, Larry Lang, Vickie and Carla Ezarski, Mason City, Mrs. Theresa Ezarski family, Kanawha, the Earl Fitzgeralds, W. S. Smiths, Brill, Mrs. Roger Rushing and Marlcnc Ezarski, DCS Moines, Father O'Toole, Elizabeth Priest, the Marvin Meyers, Tom Meyers, Don Mampcs, Maurice Devines, Jim Devines and LcRoy Schulzes. ATTEND FUNERAL The Art Tabbs attended the funeral of Erhardt Unger at Dodge Center, Minn. Wednesday. They also visited her sister Mrs. Bertie Unger in a rest home in Cannon Falls, Minn. BROTHER IS DEAD Herbert Hoffman, brother of Mrs. Lester Bonnstettcr, passed away on Friday, and funeral was Tuesday at Renwick. The Lester Bonnstetters, Arnolds Park, spent the weekend with the daughter the Russell Tebbes. The Gary Schichtls, Britt, liave a son born Jan. 20 at the hospital at Britt, named Kurt Randall, 6 lbs.,2 oz. Mrs. Schichtl is the former Judy Spangler. Mrs. Bernard Spangler, spent a few days at the Gary Schichtl home in Britt. . . Marvin Johnson, Farnhamvillc, fell recently and broke his .leg. The Elwood Gearys visited Sunday at Paul Van Helton's. Jerry Maw, Jeanne Hauswlrth, Gary Oxley, Tim Sorensen, Joyce Krebs, Joan Gourley, Jane Nail, Nadine Engen and Steven Dawson attended M.Y.F. at the Methodist church at Garner Sunday. Relatives had open house at the Lutheran hall for the Clifford Moldenhauers who were recently married. The George Glawes visited Sunday at John Oxley's. The Harold Reddels, Wesley, and Cecil Glawes visited Saturday at Dennis Glawe's for the birthday of Mrs. Dennis Glawe. The: James Zweifels spent Wednesday at Jerry Lewis's, Ajl- gona. ,,'.;' .*,'"•';> : *' y Jefif Puffer, Algona,' spent the Weekend .with his grandparents, the Phil'Puffers. His parents, the | Jerry Puffers were Sunday guests. The Charles Riggles attended the funeral of his cousin, Harvey McHood, at LaPorte.. City, Friday. • 'X The Charles Hamms visited the daughter, the Art Krafts, Renwick, Friday. George Gray visited Saturday at Eugene Arndorfer's, St. Benedict. Mrs. Mike Arndorfer, St. Benedict, and Mrs. Marcell Reding, Bode, visited the daughter and sister, Mrs. Jerry Oxley, Thursday. Men's club of St. Mary's Catholic church had a supper Sunday at the rectory. and Randy Tabb stayed With the Joe Pennings, Sexton. The George Guenthers, Crams and Mrs. Catherine Haft sen attended the 40th wedding of the Ray Hansens, Wesley, Sunday. Rev. Fay Garner and James Zwelfel attended a ordination council at Unionville, Monday, The Cecil Wilhites and James Zweifels visited Mrs. Bernice Oxley at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Sunday. The William fcrdmans were Sunday guests at Floyd Pletch* er's, Kanawaha. '•'> " The Vance Halversons, Thompson, were Sunday guests/; at C. B. Meyers'. '' , Scott, son of the Jerfy Jur- gensens, Northfield, Minn., is spending this week with his grandparents, the Clarence Jur- gensens. Diana Robinson, Wesley, was a Sunday guest of her grandparents, the C. B. Robinsons. Jean Fleming, DCS Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Harry Flemings. Mike Will and Barbara Ru- prich, Waverly, spent the weekend at Fred Will's. Sam Nail, who spent two years in Japan, came Saturday on leave. The Perrie DeGrootes are visiting the Ezra Tebbens, near Minneapolis. Mrs. William Welter and, Min- Carroll, visited Sunday at R y 'C. Welter's. r b?yi, Officers for Ledyard club lo Twin Rivers gives semester honor roll Bode — The Mowing mem* bers of the Twin Rivers Com> munity high school student body achieved the academic honor roll for the first semester of the 1064-65 school year. 4.00 would be a straight A average, in or< dcr to make the honor roll a stu* dent must have a 3.00 average or above. Freshmen , Kathy Jacobson •. 3.80 Doug Logue ___ 3.80 Linda Vosberg ___ 3.80 Janic'e Bjordal 3.60 Cynthia Lempke ______ 3.50 Steve Bergum 3.40 Marjorie Thompson ____ 3.40 Marlyce Tompkins 3.40 ^*David Hoyt ^_ 4.00 Trudy Rossing 4.00 fVGerl Vedvik 3.80 Richard Zeirriet 3.60 David Smith 3.50 ; Carlene Hanson : 3.40 Celeste Ehrhardt 3.20 Barbara. Kozajda ... 3.20 Roberta Holland 3.20 Moni Aure _^_. : 3.00 Mary Melavin ___,._____ 3.06 Norman.Olsoft.':____'_-ill 3.00 Arlys Wehrspann ______ .166 ' '. Junlers ;-t :.•• ?.:£<-. 1 Meg Holmes 4.00 * Bob Rfethler __i _•_ 4.00 Bob'Coo'per >:ii^_ l 3.80 Edward 1 Miller ___'_!_L>i. 3i80 (MM Firi offietn, Annual meeting of United Fund Assn, was held Tuesday evening at the court house. Directors Were elected. Re-elected for a 3-yeaf term were Jack Chrischilles and Inez Wolfe. New directors are Clair Blossom, Mrs Jerry Cowan, William Kraft, Les Riter and Mrs Thel* ma Tschetter. Organizational meeting of the Board of Directors of United Fund was held Wednesday evening at the Druggists Mutual. New officers for the board were. elected: fifes., Jim Kolp; vice, Donald G*nU re-elected secy., MM imt Wdlf€; and re-elected tfeas., Gordon Hail CLUB TO MlIT The Algona Duplicate Bridge club will meet Monday, Feb. 1, at 7:45 at the Legion building. Everyone is urged to attend, since this is master point night. Winners at the last meeting arc: First, Mrs R. Blomgren, Mrs F. J. Redden, Britt; second, Mrs Helen Laing, Jackie; Muller; third, Mrs J. Kunz, Mrs Pfeffer, Wesley. 4-ALOONA (Iowa) AOVANCt MONDAY, Mi. 1, 1HJ Take PKOVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHIS. PAINS ' pains and body stiffness often associated with Arth* ritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. Honsbruch Drug * Algona Finest selection ever ottered OF LIGHTING FIXTURES NEVER IN OUR HISTORY HAVE WE HAD SUCH A LARGE SELECTION OF UP-TO- Ledyard. — Officers ofi; f.the, Community club were re-elected at Wednesday night's meeting at the Blue Moon Cafe. The supper was attended by a large group. Heading the club for the coining year will be Fred Munyer, pres.; Jeremiah Sullivan, vice; Orville Brandt, sec.; and Delbert Wentworth, treas. Monica Munyer, daughter of the Fred Munyers, named Ledyard. school's 19fi5 Homemakcr scored highest of senior and is eligible for state and national honors. The state's highest-ranking gtfl.will receive a $1,502 scholarshitttifrom General MiM^wjith the}tsthte runner-up to',be aWa'rde;d/a $500 education'" tjf in .addition, the school receive ITWrnplete set of Encyclopedia Britannica, The Eugene Curlews took the historian; reporter, Judy Kol-json Bruce to Iowa City for a UNION ALETHEANS Union Aletheans met at Lois Hunt's Jan, 23. Meetings were changed from Saturdays to the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. The Father's supper at the civic center March 6 was discussed. Janet Erpelding, Bonita Kilsholm and Jean Ann Dodds are on t-fae food committee. Jean Ann Dodds gave a talk. Connie Molagek and Mary Lou Nitchals gave demonstrations. Trudy Alt and Janet Erpelding gave talks. A film was shown by Bonita Kil- sholm. Connie and Julie Molacek led recreation and Trudy Alt and Susan Dodds led music. Lunch was served by the hostess. Reporter is Julie Molacek. RIViRPALE RUSTipRS I Riverdale Hustlers Unit met Jan. 27 with Sandy O'Brien hostess. Pledges were led by Ui nora Hilbert and Ruth Tm'lges Illustrated talks were given by Coleen Reding, Ruth Thilges and Kathy Reding. Darlene Plathe Mary Reding and Mildred Thu gave talks on posture. Demon stations were given by Mar} Berte, Jean and Jane Reding and Dorleen Plathe. Installatioi of officers was held: Lenore Hil bert, pres.; vice, Paula Thilges guzanne Reding, sec.; treas lasch. Carjene J^Uges is photo grapher. Judy Kollasch, reporter •>• -M; .„ l t jj '•• t n i ',"' ; ( UtGO-t-GO 'U-Go-1-Go club met at the extension building Jan. 25. Officers were installed: President; Jean Owens; vice, Darla Carr; sec., Cheryl Carr; treas., Maureen Bestenlehner; historian, Marsha Winters; reporter, Karen Winkle; photographers, Ma ry Helen Bestenlehner, Diana Muller; health, Sharon Winkle; afoty, Nancy Schmidt; special activities, Sherry Bulten. Shari Klesath and Debbie Bulten are new members. Reporter is Karen Winkle. Second in state speaking contest Bridget Quinn, daughter o; the Charles Quinns, Bancroft won second place in the state speaking contest sponsored b the Farmers Grain Dealers Assn. of Iowa. She compete! with four other finalists at th< grain dealers convention in De Moines. The youths shared $40C in cash prizes. Former Livermore mm dies in Montana James Leo Redmond, of Hot Springs, Mont., died Jan. 16. He was a son of Matt and Anna Redmond, and was born Feb. 12, 1886, at Livermore. He is survived by one brother, John, Glenwood, Minn. He grew up in Iowa and then went to Devil's Lake, N. D. In 1927 he went to Mon- heck-up. The Don Meyers left for Kan as to visit the son, the Leonard Meyers, and to Truth or.Con- quencsej Ne,W Mex., and. Phoenix o visit relatives. * * " • • • •._ The Waif Waltmans left Friday for Lakeworth, Fla. They vill also visit the daughter, Mrs. fohn Van Tuyl, Des Moines. Mrs, Waltman has a brother in Florda. The Stanley Egels moved from the farm they have been living on west of Corwith to a farm near LuVerne. Mrs. Marvin Scheffleman returned home Wednesday from the Belmond hospital. Alfred Anderson, Fort Dodge, visited Friday at Charles Thompson's. The John Daniels, Britt visited Sunday with his parents, the John Daniels Sr. Mrs. Bernice Oxley is recovering from surgery at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The Charpel Hauswirths had 8 couples for 500 Saturday. Music mothers will meet Feb. 2 at the Wesley school at 2 p.m. Delta club met Thursday with Mrs. Ethel Beer. The Lee Williams and Dale Yeomans visited Sunday at Robert Hoover's, Britt. The Dale Johnsons visited Sunday with her parents, the Walter Barrs, Algona. The Jim Tindals Jr. had 3 tables for 500 Saturday. The Lou Hoovers, Burt, visited Wednesday with the daughter, Mrs. Dale Yeoman. Children of the Joe Ezarskis had their parents at a dinner at Clear Lake Saturday. The Wilmer Tabbs and Mrs. Dennis Jurgensen, Algona, spent w the Inc. The Ted Halversons, of Blue Earth, visited Mrs Marie Halverson andv-iMarvel Sunday. ' Trouth, Fairmont, spent Monday;< at her niece Mrs Burton Johnson's. Mrs Marlin Runksmeier was a medical patient at the Blue Earth hospital several days last week. The B. A. Johnsons were Sunday guests at Cecil Black's. The Earl Trenarys, of Armstrong, visited his mother Mrs Edith Trenary Friday. G. V. Kelling is at the Buffalo Center Clinic as a medical patient. Ray Eisele was transferred from the Blue Earth hospital to the Heritage Home in Bancroft Monday, He had been a patient- at the hospital two months. Mrs Charles Hilferty had ma-! jor surgery Sat the Buffalo Cen-; ter Clinic Wednesday morning. The David Winters, Lakota,; visited Mrs George Thompson Wednesday, 1 The Douglas Waterhouses, 17 Zanco Way, Novato, Calif., have a daughter born Jan. 20, 7 lb. 2 oz., Laurie Ann, She is the first child and also the first grandchild for the Aubrey Waterhouses. Virginia kemria ri:__^_li 3.40 ; Kathjf'Myers i._2_^__^i 3.25 f*Margaret Olson i 3.25 Marilyn Zeman ______!_ 3.25 Jerry'Berge ___^___: 3.00 **Cheryl Heggcn _._„____ 3.00 Renee Pool 3.00 Seniors ""Judy Garman __..__ 4.00 "Esther Mackintosh 4.00 ** James Oppedahl 3.60 ^Cathy Collins 3.50 Mary Miller— 3.50 .••Mary Hawkins __.,:____ 3.25 Ronda Barton ____:.___ 3.00 , I Doug Kay _!__ i___ 3.00 XGracia Kraabel 3.00 *,?Rita Nielsen ______: 3.00 V Cindy Rolland _'_.'__ 3.00 -• Virginia' Tompkins;:ii,___ 3lOO **National Honor. Society ,»' HONORED — Cris!EvansJ a ."Williamsburg farmer, who had •a highej^ percentage of No. 1 ;fiigs than ' any •; other winners' Jijis been named an Iowa Master XJork Producer. DATE AND MODERN LIGHTING FIXTURES , Pull Down Pendants Pull Downs ere right for any room . . . not only ere they decorative but they can be moved up and down easily to give adjustable lights . . . ideal for dining rooms, reading chair, bed, game tables. v • -' '•; . COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Post Lanterns & Modern ^outdoor lighting dramatizes your home end land, scaping;.''._'. it lengthens the hours of family .fun outdoor* 1 on lawns and patios . . . ideal to light driveways, patios or entrances. • '.', • . ,-';... •;.. . • • .- •,').,-,'.. ..';-• '• ' ' l • : •'..•••'. . ' . ' : .'.-:'•, Bent Glass Ceiling Lights Golden or crystal beading . . . frosted glass designs . . . spatter effects . . . decorative designings . . . ideal for bedrooms, halls, dinette end family rooms. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••A**** Convenience Lights Your family needs good lighting for comfortable living , ... . -MM wall brackets for entrance hell, bedroom, dining ! iroom or;TV room ... and see our chandeliers too. ,v* Pratt Electric Construction Co. Corner State & Jones St, "Electrical Contractors^ v . 295-J5326 Algona, Iowa tana. He had lived at Hot Springs i the weekend with Armond Tabb since 1945. I in Minneapolis. Gene, Shareen The Wilson Bracks, Howard Lewis and Connie and Patty Lewis, Lakota, were Sunday guests of Mrs Lillian Brack for.i Mrs Wilson Brack's birthday. The Myron Busches had as. guests Melvin Busch and girls, the Leroy Busches, Mrs Wilina MacKinnon and Nancy, Terry and Jerry Richardson, the Marlin Runksmeiers, and Raymond Sorensons Sunday for birthdays of Ricky Busch and Jackie Busch. The John Richardsons and Alvin Busches left Wednesday for Las Vegas, Nev., to visit Leo Busch. Rev. Edward Maus, pastor oi' the Methodist church, is in Indianola this week attending a pastor's school at Simpson college. Mrs Naomi Chipman, second grade teacher, will represent Ledyard at the County Curriculum meeting at the institute on! March 2 at Algona. The Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 1:45 with Mrs Melvin Busch and Mrs William Baumari hostesses. The Juniors will meet Feb. 6 at 1:45 with Susan, June Marie and Juliann Busch hostesses. Munici DAY EMERGENCY SERVICE FOR 295 3272 DAL Discounts Sitiriay M (to followini Wi bavi iistalM (•(tor drop on lit imifc door to

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