Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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*—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THUMBAY, APRIL M, Judy Jutting named Lakota band queen L»kot« — Judy .lulling, a senior student and daughter of the HeMnan Jut tings .has been selected as this year's band queen and will represent Lakota at the North Iowa Band Festival at Ma sort City on June 15. Judy has been active in musi' cargroups all during her junioi high and school years. She ir also a member of the percussion section of the hand anc» president of the band organization.' She has acted as accompanist during this time for the Mixec 5 Chbrus, Girls' Glee Club and is organist at First Presbyterian church. She is also business manager for the high school annual. LOCALS Salesman's Special * 1961 RAMBLER American 4 door, Vinyl Interior, 6 cylinder engine, O'Drive trans., Radio, etc. Power Steering. White color. SEE Dick Norton at KOSSUTH MOTOR 5-3554 Algona Mr*. Velma Pattern Is being visited by her Uvo sons Bob and Don. Bob is in the navy and has i just completed his boot training at San Diego and will have a 30 day leave. Don has been in Sioux Cily with his sister, Vera, md family the Don Jennings. Mr. Jennings had emergency surgery in an Omaha hospital Sunday where he was taken by ambulance. His condition is aoocl at this time. Pastor and Mrs. G. j. C. Gee- ike of Trinity Lutheran church, left early Monday to drive to Chicago for the funeral of a sister of the pastor whose death occurred on Easter Sunday 1 morning. Their daughter. Carol May, is remaining with Mrs. Lorcn Brown while they arc away. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Frendahl spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Fremlahl's daughter, the Andrew Millers. The occasion was the confirmation Palm Sunday of Carol and .Wayne Miller it Trinity Lutheran church in Cedar Rapids. The confirmants wore honored at a family dinner at the Ox Yoke Inn at Amana. Gordon Hall has announced the sale of his home on South Harriet street to Myron (Mike) Smith, the new agency manager for Farm Bureau Insurance in Kossuth. The Halls plan to move about May- 15 to Iowa City. Mr. Hall will be vice president and director in the Coralvillc bank. Easter weekend guests of Mrs Bert Deal were her sister, Mrs Paul Parkins, and daughters, Linda and Cinda. The girls were 14 years old April 1. They came Friday afternoon and returned to Graettinger Sunday where they live with another sister, Mrs Robert Simonsen. Others callers Sunday were the H. A. Deals; Fort Dodge. The Walter Petersons and Steve Ostrum were Easter guests of the H. V. Cookes, Emmetsburg. Other guests were Mrs. Art Hargreave and Terry, 3oyd, Minn., Mrs Bill Curry and Shelley, Des Moines, Mrs. Kenneth Shyrock and Tammie, of Iraettinger, the Don Stavers, of 'ort Dodge, the Clarence Cook!S, Lime Springs, the Vance Cookes, Harry Cookes, Kenneth Cookes, Louise and Tina Moore, ill of Emmetsburg. The family of Richard Wel- \elmi, Rock Falls, 111., visited from Thursday to Sunday with he H. W. Stebritzes, the parents of Mrs. Wilhelmi, the former Mary Delores Stebritz. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Evans were Caster dinner guests of their aughter Mrs. Velma Conlon at Humboldt. Natural Air Dry ing Tank Powerful 38" fan plus scientif- Jcally designed air-entry system insures fast, uniform drying. Automatic supplementary heat Unit controls humidity. Lets you dry safely...even under high Jjumidity, low temperature conditions. Air pressure gauge provides accurate check of drying m> process. Complete drying instructions. ! EnginMred SPECIFICALLY | for Drying ! e Batch dry up to 4,000 Bu.a day • Or Dry in layer until tank is filled • Automatic Grain Leveler • Supplemental Heat unit delivers up to 4,500,000 BTU's per hour • Automatic unloading equipment • 11 Sizes; from 1,620 bu. .• to 26,000 bu. THINK! THINK! THINK! FARMERS; Would yog buy a 1950 model tractor today to do a 1965 job of farming? That could happen to you on a ficw drying tank if you don't do * little checking around. Hpw would you like to have a dealer sell yeg a drying tank, with lay a 5 or 7V 3 H.P, electric motor and then when it djd not do the job, he'd say well, let'f add another motor. Tfwtf really a fine way to treat a customer unless they give the motors away free. Can you imagine a farmer buying • tractor and it if wasn't big enough thty limply lengthened the tractpr frame out and put in another engine, radiator, fuel tank, add another motor, tp get the job done correctly) Has anyone ever been able to prove tp you that two 5 H.P. motors will run cheaper than one 10 H.P.? First of all you hjvt to hive two sets of electrical wires, twp sets pf gas lints, twp transition openings, fans and motor stands. Have you ever heard anyone brag about two wives being cheaper thinpne? Thf best thing tp do is to buy a Behlen Engineered Tank toftirtwith. 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