Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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'Seniors of T-R have tiree Bode — ^win Rivers seniors left early Thursday. April I for Chicago for (heir Senior My. They got there at 3 p.m. and spent I'-s hrun-s al O'Harc airport before going to the Palmer House. Friday they visited the Museum of Natural History, Museum of Scienc-' and Industry, China Town. Fkid Row and Maxwell street. Friday night they saw Cinerama. Saturday was spent at the Shedd Aquarium, (he Prudential biulding. I.ako Shore Drive, (few 1. Ruffled eyelet cotton blouse. 30 38 . . . 2. Cascade ruffled top of avril rayon palyester crepe. 32 40 .. . ALGONA and some of the better residential parts. Sunday they left their hotel at '9:8.0 and went fo ferookfield Boo. After two hours they started home. t)ospile foggy weather, the seniors reached Bode about 9:80 Sunday night. the Wards and Bohachs were chaperftnes. Seniors going were Margaret Bakken, Ronda Barton, Robert B'jordal, Margaret Urodale, Douglas Clark, Nancy Cran. Catherine Collins, Krislie Erdman, Wayne Erdman, Philip Faith. Jerry Fredericksen, Richard Fredcricksen, Judy Gorman, David Graaf, Donald Gronbach, Jim Halsrud. Linda Ilankins, Walter Harris, Mary Hawkins, Beverly Kampen, Douglas Kay, Gracia Kraabel, Roticr Larson. Esther Mackintosh, Mary Miller, Anlhonv Ooocdahl. James Oppc- dahl, Cynthia Rolland, Dennis Salmon, Norman Smith, Kathryn Sorlicn, Gloria Tottcbcrg, Virginia Tompklns, Richard Welter and Janet Wilson. BANQUET IS GIVEN The Junior confirmation class entertained the Senior confirmation class at a banquet April 9 in the Lutheran church. Hostesses were the mothers of the Junior class. Juniors arc Paul Bakken, Carmen Jansscn, Jacqueline Jacobson, Robert 01; son, Carla Pflibscn, Jeanne iPflibsen. Waitresses were: Mar• garct Bakken, Ruth Bakken, Jan Johnson and Ramona Aure. Presiding was Arlis Kinseth. Devotions by Pastor Kraabel. Singing was led by Mrs. Don Bakken. The welcome was by Jacqueline Jacobson and response by Alice Eastman. Chas. Gavin, St. Paul, was speaker. Scripture was by Carmen Janssen, clarinet solo by Jeanne Pflibsen, accompanied by Mrs. F. Hundertmark and Robert Olson, Paul Bakken and Carla Pflibsen had readings. Art Jenson presented new Testaments from the congregation. Members of the class are Rebecca Sue Aure, Steven Craig Brock, Alice Elaine Eastman, Nancy Jean Halsrud, Calvert Jerome Janssen, Richard Glenn Jenson, Jacqueline Kaye Kinne, Mary Jean Larson, Anne Louise Miller, Cathy Sue Mitsven, Valarie Kay Monson, Allen Kent Pflibsen, Larry Lee Rolland, Elaine Louise Sorlien, and Russell Marvin Thompson. This class was confirmed Palni Sunday Alice Eastman presented a table from the class. WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS ... Woman's club met with Mrs Emily Swisher Friday. Dessert luncheon was served at 1:30 p.m Mrs, Bernice. Rolland presided Mrs.' Delores Johnson had the .Inspiration and the G.F.W.C. 1 News. Mrs. Helen Miller was 1 chairman of a panel discussion. Mrs. Grace Aure, Mrs. Bernice Olson and Mrs, Margaret Rood assisted. They have a reservation for a trip through Rockwell City's Women's Reformatory May 21. GOING TO THAILAND The Edward Johnsons, Sioux Gitjv-visited the Torger Johnsons Friday. Saturday they drove to Des Moines for a radio convention. Kathy remained with her grandparents. Sunday Lt. Fred Johnsons came from Fort Huachuca, Ariz. They will 1 leave soon for Ft. Monmouth, N, Y., where he will have a months school and then go to Thailand. ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Robert Nelson and Cathv, Mrs. Archie Johnson and Judy and Mrs. Peter Pederson were in Pomeroy Thursday for a shower for Gisela Petzen. Saturday the Robert Nelsons and Archie Johnsons attended the wedding of Miss Petzen, Ing, Germany, and Rodell Johnson, Pocahontas, at a rural church near Pocahontas. WIN MUSIC RATINGS Twin Rivers music small groups in the contest in Gilmore City gave a concert Wed- nosday. There were 25 groups entered and 24 received lop ratings. Placing 1 were Madrigal group, two girl's quartets, and n vocal duel by Mary Lou Olson and David Halsrud, Instrumental were Esther Macintosh, flute solo, cornet quarlel, Irom- bone quarlel, flute trio, mixed clarinet qiiartcl, flute quartet Mrs. David Ophcim and Michael Palm are leachers. NIECE IS MARRIED The Thco. Kinseths altended the wedding of Arline Bohl and Cloy Walter at SI. John's Lutheran church in Marble Rock. She is Thco. Kinselh's niece, daugh- ler of Ihe W. Bohls. Arline's Iwin sister, Marilyn was her bridesmaid. 200 AT OPEN HOUSE Mayor Art Jenson had open house Friday and Saturday at Jensen's tire center. Free coffee and doughnuts were served lo 200. Supl. L. A. Miller won the hog, guessing Ihe weight, 206% Ibs. exactly. Harold Reding, Emmelt Bradley, Bradgate, and Torger Johnson won door prizes. ' Mrs. Norman Rolland, on the legislalive committee of the Farm Bureau, spent Wednesday with a proup from Humboldt in Dps Moines. They visited the legislature. The John Stahlys, Minneapolis, were weekend guests of Martha and Edna Christiansen. John Jr. spent Saturday riieht at a social event in Ames. The John Christiansens. Bradgate, were Saturday callers. The John Saathoffs had the harles Thatchers and Harry Vestwebbers, Gold field as quests Sunday for Mrs. Vestweb- ber's birthday. Larrv Torgerson was home from Minneapolis over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson. Mrs. Henrietta McCofmick had as weekend guests the Carl Thompsons, Boise. Idaho. Tuesday the three left for Boston, Mass., to visit the Wayne Robert- sons. The Roger Barbers recently moved to Bode from Beaver. They are living in Harold Skaug- stad's property. Mr. Barber is employed by United Builders. Mrs. Burton Rood and Myrtle Hewitt went to Des Moines Thursday for extension work, wildlife. He is manager at Union The Erndsl Olsons and ^Leslie slough. Federation frfeivs was Olsons, ColUrtlbus/^bJv-'yiSpd presented by Mrs. Lattta NfchdI- the Olaf Olsons Saturday." ! son, and Easier devotion by Mrs. The Chas. Gavins were guestsHoward Andrews. at Pastor {Mabel's Matf |nd | circles of Immatiuel Luther- Saturday They were gue|ts of| an church met Thursday,' Mary the Ralph Jacobsofis Saturday | citc i e met a t Herman Franzeh's, no ? n ' „ April » ,u « « 7 the Farm Bureau Dorcas and Esther Circles met at the church, and Martha Cir- which group met at Mrs. Ardhie'Ilpl-icic met with Mrs. Norman lands Each brought a Cake Brims. Mrs. Martha Boyken and Mrs. Minnie Oesteireicher are at fely. Rcapportionment in '--»- home after several We6ks ltt laturc was discussed. they decorated under of Mrs. Rolland, 1 Mrs. Titonka club Titonks — Titohka Federated club had a program March 25 for the 25th anniversary of the club at the Methodist church on Thursday evening. Guests included charter members, former members, Titonka Woman's club, Doan's Woman's club, and County Federation officers. v Thc program included piano : ;"selections of the 1940's, vocal solos and a one-act play coached by Mrs. Neal Boyken. A 'recognition ceremony and a summary;of activities of the club was^given. WINS SPEECH RATINGS . Titonka high school .students taking part in the state speech contest in Sioux City returned with several top ratings. Linda Fritz I, interpretive prose; Linda Krantz II, oratorical; Ruth Beed II, humorous; Brenda Brandt II, story telling; Brenda Eden I, public address; Arlys Pannkuk I, dramatic; Judy Isebrand II, story telling; Linda Gengrich IT, humorous;' Dorothy Seebeck II, dramatic. The Legion Auxiliary met Monday with Julia Reynolds. Hostesses were Mrs. .Lester Hagen and Mrs. Art Bciyken. The all day work meeting will ;be held April 23 with Mrs. Pete Haines. ' : Woman's club met Thursday at Mrs. Clifford, Krantz's. Paul Ferguson showed pictures of after Several We6ks . John Brandt, student at St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., spent his spring vacation at the parental Edward Brandt's. Confirmation will be held at Good Hope Lutheran church Sunday morning. Confirmants are Glenn Bartelt, Dean Sleeker, Cecil Welhouscn, Mr. Robert Rippentrop and Mr. Robart Baxter. Members to be received by Letter'of Transfer are Mrs. Robert Rippentrop, Mrs. Robert Baxter and Debra Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dauger Jr., and Kathleen Lee. High schol seniors were guests Thursday evening at a dinner at the cafe given by the Lions club. Speaker was the exchange student from Brazil. Sweat jtyans have problems I high water Swea City — Buses for the Swea City school ran only 6-AL60NA (lows) ADVANCE APRIL JS, Fertilizer blended to your needs! on lard surface roads last week because of muddy gravel roads. Children from the east part of town were picked up at two locations arid taken to school part of the week because of high water through the center of town. Highway 9 through Swea City was re-routed part of the week. Several bridges near Sttea City were washed out when Water rose irt df edge flitches Wstet was across many gfaVel roids making ; travel difficult. It tyas a corrtrrioh sight to see tfactors arid' cats sitting: at ehds of lanes. Many basements in the residential area of Swea City and 'in business placed began to get water April 4. MOTHER IS ILL Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, former Swea Cityari and mother of Mrs. Meryih Johnson, has been hospitalized at Fort Dodge 10 days. She was taken by ambulance during the recent blizzard with what appeared to be a heart attack, but she is now under medication for a blood disorder. She returned home to Humboldt last Week. GET EYE TESTS Swea City school students in grades 1-3-5-7-11 received a complete eye exam from Dr. Hinrickson, Armstrong April 8. The examination was given all students hot now wearing glasses to test the accuracy of exams given by teachers during the school year; There was no charge. A!g®na group wins amateur contest Swea City — The Madrastics, a singing grouo of 3 boys and 2 girls 'from » Algona, were winners of the $25 first prize at the second annual Lions club variety show at Swea City. Wm. Christ, Lakota, was second place winner and received $10. The Laymen from Estherville won third place and $5. Sixteen groups took part with comedy groups to musical. Members who say they're too busy to attend meetings are like the man who was so busy chopping wood he never had time to sharpen his axe. See them at TAYLOR Now you can see all types of drying units on display, side by side, in our showroom. We have set-up this special display so that you, our customer, can see how your buying dollar is spent on drying equipment. We have fan and heat units on display which would he installed as hsat units and the only 1 /pa which could be used on Butler, BS&B, Farm Service, Stormore, Lindsay, Columbia and Sioux Drying Bins. We have this display setup so you can honestly compare the units, side by side, the controls and what each will do. You know these small-type units can be installed in any bin, Behlen or any other type/ We'fee? in small bins, they can be very "satisfactory and to many of you who have the smaller bins (up to 3000 bushels), we have conversion units on display to convert these bins into drying bins. So stop in and see them. Taylor Implement Co. "YOUR GRAIN HARVESTING HEADQUARTERS" 5-2467 ALGONA ORNING SALE MONUMENTS - MEMORIALS Pean Kinsman, owner of Algona Menu ment Co., wishe* to remind you thit there can never be 9 substitute for i mpngmtnt . . . of knowing you marked the final resting place of your departed leved one in the proper manner. Algona Monument Co. often * wide ielec- tion which they can furnifh in various *Ues, styles and designs. If you wish to save, please before yew buy, write gr fall 29S- $565 Algona Monument Co., and let them give you the fasti about monument! and markers, both granite and bronje, for cemeteries and memorial Gardens. Algona Monument Co, It's fertilizer time again and our trucks are ready to deliver your fertilizer needs to your farm today, Our prescription plant is now in operation for the spring season — guaranteeing you the right combinations to fit the needs of your soil. Put your fertilizer problems in the hands of Algona Flour * Feed and be assured of a better crop this summer. Chemical Combines IN Stock... Check with us on the price of Prescription Starter numbers with Ammonium Phosphate. i Complete Line of Straight Materials... Get these straight fertilizer* new — in stock (1) 0-20-0; (2) 0-00; (3) (NJ-60; (4) As I have Burt corner north , ( • . ' • ave rented my land I will sell my persona I property on my farm located 1 mile sjuth^of orner on Highway 169 then 1 mile west, V* mile south on west side of road, or 7 miles of Highways 169 and 18 junction at Algona then 1 mile west and Y* mile south, on 9:30 a. m. HON., APRIL 19 9:30 a.m. MalhittM Nwnttrt I* 100% Water Solnblf Mathiison number* in stock intlyde (1) 6-24-24; (2) l-33-lfc (?) 1*>3(M>; (4) 10-20-10; (5) 12-24-12. Complete line of PAVCO Fertilizer on hand — Order your grass seed at Algona Flour & Feed South Phillipi Algona, low! "Taylor's PrtsfriptiojvMade Fertilizer" 2 TRACTORS 1950 Model 40 Cockshutt Tractor with live power, live hydraulic, good condition and new 14.9 x 38 6 ply tires. Case 4 row Cultivator for this tractor. 1950 Model 44 — 6 Cylinder Massey-Harris tractor, live hydraulic, good tires, real sharp tractor with high compression pistons. Both wide and narrow front end. Cockshutt 4 row cultivator, both wide and narrow front end. Case 2 row Shelter Picker, works good. Case Model I Corn Snapper, Case A-6 Combine with motor, with wagon and truck auger, Case 3-16" Plow in pood condition. Case 4-row Rotary Hoe - New, mummmmnB^mfam^^mn^mmmmmmmmimi New Idea 36 ft. wide type Grain Elevator with underslung derrick and truck hopper. Overhead John Deere Wagon Hoist. Speed Jack. John Deere 490 Planter, works good with bean plates, Johnson 4 wheel form trailer, wood flare box, '; John Deere 15 ft. Disc, New Oliver 13 ft, 6 in. Wheel Tandem Disc with greaseless bearings and wide scraper, Lindsay 4 section flexible Harrow, 3 Bottom stubble turner, 20 ft, 6 in, Grain Auger arid motor, 2-75 ft. |10 current heavy Electric Cobles. 200 Watt Electric Welder in good condition, 1H-3 H.P, Gat I.H.C, Engine, lumber for 7 by 16 ft. Flat Bale Rack, Not too many imoll tools, etc., so be here at 9;3Q sharp, TERMS: Cosh or make arrangements with you r banker before the sale, No property to be removed from the premises until settled for, No t responsible for accidents should any occur, B. A. TAYLOR. Owner CURK & QUINN, Auctioneers. IURT SAVINGS BANK, Cltrk.

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