The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1966 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1966
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Bridal Shower To Honor Oct. 1 Seneca Bride SENECA - Arlis Looft Pierce will be honored Tuesday evening, Oct. 18 at an open house bridal shower at 8 o'clock at the Methodist church social hall at Swea City. Miss Looft, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Looft, was married to Michael Pierce, son of Mrs. Opal Pierce of St. Paul, on Oct. 1. All friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. - o - Mrs. Carl W. Nielsen entertained at a coffee at her home Friday afternoon. Guests included ladies who were hostesses at the shower honoring her daughter, Margaret. Enjoying the courtesy were Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Lyle England, Mrs. Henry Looft, all from the Seneca area; Mrs.Dick Larsen, Mrs. Chris Larsen, Mrs. Eugene Petersen, Mrs. Robert P. Petersen, Mrs. Marvin Corde- man and Mrs. Donald Hoein, all from the Armstrong area; and Mrs. Duane Hovick and Mrs. Stanley Jensen of Ringsted. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club met Monday evening at the Tom Bergum home. Steve Fischer was the co-host. The group made plans for the program it will present at 4-H Award Night. Tom Bergum gave a talk on the safe use of chemicals. Steve Fischer talked on the objectives of 4-H club work. The group will hold their November meeting at the home of Kathy Jensen. St. Joe C.D.A. Wig Receive New Members ST. JOE - C. D. A. met Wednesday evening in the school hall. Mrs. N. J. Weydert, grand regent, presided. Father Marquette Day will be observed Oct. 30 at Holiday Inn, Waterloo, with a historical meeting and reservations to be made by Oct. 24. The next meeting, Nov. 9, will also be the reception of new members with a 6:30 pot-luck dinner preceding the ritualistic work and meeting. Applications for new members and reinstatement should be made by Nov. 7. Officers meet Monday'evening, Nov. 7, for rehearsal. Committee in charge of dinner arrangements are Mrs. Ted Hilbert, Mrs. Ray Thilges, Mrs. Wm. B. Devine, Mrs. Ralph Reding, Agnes Berte, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Don nig, Margaret ReidmiUer and Mrs. Herb Kayser. . Following the meeting; lunch was served and cards were played, with Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Mrs. Tony Becker receiving prizes. Mrs. Hubert O'Brien received the plate prize. - o - Mr. and Mrs, Frank Bormann, Davenport, spent several days here with their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding and family, after returning from a nine-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Karel Bormann and family at Renton, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs, Art Clark and family, Auburn, Wash, Karel and Mrs. Clark are son and daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bormann, who made the trip via plane. Mr, and Mrs, Leonard Youngwirth, Denver, Colo., observed their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 14. Leaving Thursday evening for the weekend from Perry via train for Denver were Mrs. Bill McGuire, Mrs. Marvin Red- ing from here; Ed Youngwirth, Mrs. Albert Kramer and Karen Koolhaas, Whittemore; and Mrs. Art Plathe and Jack from Corwith. Ed Youngwirth is the Algona, (la.) Upp«r Dw Main** TUESDAY, OCT. 18, 1966 father of Leonard, Mesdames Kramer, Plathe, McGuire and Reding. Art Koolhaas underwent an emergency appendectomy at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Wednesday. SPEAKING OF FERTILIZER WE HAVE INCREASED OUR FERTILIZER WAREHOUSE CAPACITY TO OVER 1200 TONS-ABOUT DOUBLE OUR PREVIOUS SPACE- IN ORDER TO GIVE THE FARMERS OF THIS AREA THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE There Are Many Reasons Why You GetTop-Notch Service From ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. WE BUY SEVERAL CARLOADS AT A TIME . . . and with our new unloading facilities we are able to handle these carloads In much less time. NO GUESSWORK ALLOWED . . . every load is carefully weighed to assure you the exact formula you need. Pictured is Jan Gardner as he weighs and records a portion going into one of the loads. OUR HUGE BLENDING MACHINE ASSURES PROPER MIXING OF ALL THE INGREDIENTS. Shown here is owner Mitch Taylor and employee Gary Pijohn as they load one of the spreader trucks which will soon be speeding on it's way to a farmer's field. THE LATEST IN SPREADING EQUIPMENT PLUS EXPERIENCED SPREADER OPERATORS. Pictured is Kenneth Seeley, a longtime employee of Algona Flour & Feed as he spreads one of many loads just east of Algona. ADD ALL THESE INGREDIENTS AND THEY TOTAL, FOR YOU, THE CUSTOMER, FAST SERVICE, EXACT FORMULAS, EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL AND MANY OTHER FEATURES SO NECESSARY FOR A TOP-NOTCH FERTILIZER OPERATION. IT IS OR GREATEST DESIRE TO SERVE YOU BETTER! ALGONA FLOUR & FEED PHONE 5-2701 SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET ALGONA, IOWA

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