The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1966
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4-A!g<ma (to.) Upper Dtt MetnM Thurtday, He*. 10, 1966 Si/ver Wedding Honors For Thompsons, Ringsted SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson were honored with an open boose Sunday Nov. 6, tt tbs St John's Parish Hall, rural Ringsted, in observance of tbeir 25th wedding anniversary. Approximately 300 guests honored toe couple. The program, announced by Mrs. Henry Looft, began with a prelude played by Mrs. James Mallory of La Verne. Rev. Harold Anderson also expressed congratulations in behalf of the Blakjer Lutheran church, Seneca, and the St. Paul's Lutheran Congregation, Ringsted. A newspaper account of the wedding was read by a niece, Jean Hauge, wearing the bridal gown worn at the wedding 25 years ago. She was escorted by her cousin, Terry Hauge, Bancroft, who wore the groom's wedding suit. Refreshments were served at a table centered with a four tiered wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs. Russell Kauffman. Presiding at the silver service were friends of the couple, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Armstrong and Mrs. Deloris Gmndsvold of Fort Dodge, Iowa. Cake cutters and servers were Mrs. Marie Heerdt of Ringsted and Mrs. Louise Charlston of Algona* Patricia Bartelson, Forest City, had charge of the gift table and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Volk of Algona were dining room host and hostess. Kitchen hostesses included Mrs. Carl Matheson of Estherville, Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. Paul Hassel and Bertha01- sen of Seneca, and Mrs. Blanche Larsen of Bancroft. A special surprise during the afternoon were long distance telephone calls from a niece and nephew, the Donald Heerdts of Laramle, Wyoming, and the Martin Charlstons of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Will Bowl To StrikeOut Heart Disease Appointment of Lyle R. (Bud) Anderson of Algona as chairman of Algona's National Heart Week Bowling Committee was announced today by Mrs. Don Mitchell of Burt, president of the Kossuth County Heart Associa tion. The benefit is to take place Nov. 14 - 20, with Monday through - Friday activity primarily concentrated on league play and Saturday and Sunday devoted largely to a novel and imaginative "Beat - the - Proprietor" contest In which novice, open-play and league bowlers will compete. "This is areal challenge," said Mr. Anderson on accepting the appointment. "My sincere hope is that we will have more 100- percent participation leagues than any other area in the state, or, better still, the entire coun- fun, and their particpation will help the Heart Association in its efforts to bring the car- dlo- vascular diseases under control." The project is a joint conception of the American Heart Association and the Bowling Proprietors Association of America and with the latter* s many thousands of bowling establishments. The newly-appointed chairman pointed out that the league bowlers will enter the contest at an entry fee of $1 per bowler, with 70 cents going to the Heart Fund and 30 cents to prizes. Scores will be based on the individual's regular league series of three games, with each League determining its own handicap and prize distribution system, There will also be a $1 entry fee (70 cents to Heart Fund and 30 cents to prizes) for the "Beat- the - Proprietor" wlndup. All contestants will be given substan- tial handicaps. Those who top the proprietor or his designee will receive two free games. "Bowl - Strike out Heart Disease!" is the slogan for the weeklong event. Local Junior High Officers At Convention The Junior High Student Council members and their advisor, Arthur Olson, attended the annual convention of the North Central District Junior High Student Council' conference at Rockford, Oct. 27. The theme of the convention was "Let's Make Decency Popular." Approximately 25 schools were represented by 150 students. The featured speaker of the first general session was U. S. Representative H. R. Gross. He spoke on ethics in politics. Also, campaign speeches were given for district offices. Scott Buchanan and Mike Moulton were candidates for district vice president and treasurer. Five members of Algona junior high council presented a panel on '"Student OrieiUatioB." Moderator for the panel was Jon SJogren. Members of the panel were Carole Smith, Lynn Erickson, Ann Taylor and Vickl Anderson. Voting results were announced and new officers were installed. The new president is Tom Brandt of Webster City. Algona's council consists of the following 7th graders: Scott Buchanan, Mike Moulton, Jim Pergande, Barb Harris, Lisa Peter, Allan Ruhnke and Elana Franco. Eighth grade members are Bob Stillman, Jon Sjogren, Rick Nielsen, Ann Taylor, Lynn Erickson, Carole Smith and Vicki Anderson. Bob Stillman is council president. GEESE Boyd Larue, 16, of Manchester, had a successful hunt last month when he bagged one goose weighing 11 pounds, and a second, 9 pounds, when hunting near Manchester. Slate District Fflrm Bureflw .. ... . . Sets Marketing MaSOn Workshop Meet, Humboldt At Humboldt Master Masons of an eight- county area in northwest Iowa will bold a work shop at the Masonic Temple at Humboldt, Nov. 19. The work shop will consist of presentations of papers on Masonic principles and demonstrations on lodge work by assigned Master Masons of this district. Promotions of De- Molay chapters for the youth will be made and the message of the Grand Master of Masons in Iowa will be heard. The meeting will be opened at 1 p. m. by the Reverend Frank Burr and Roland E. Hoag, Worshipful Master of Eastern Star Lodge No. 195, A.F. 4 A.M. of this city. Designated to appear on the program are Walter Hammer, the principal of the Estherville schools; James Dubbert of Laurens; Roy E. McCulley of Gilmore City; Dr. D. W. Hoyt of Humboldt; the Reverend Ivan Maxson of Dickens, and George F. Reynolds of Storm Lake. Gene Kleve, mayor of Humboldt, will be the principal speaker at a 6 p.m. dinner served at the Masonic Temple here. Harold McBurney, secretary of the local Masonic Lodge, is reservation chairman. Officers for the Mock Lodge demonstration will be C. M. Pierce of Armstrong, Lawrence Hough of Emnvstsburg, Tom Law of Humboldt, and C. E. Miller of Estherville, assisted by Robert Mortenson of Swea City, Roger Mills of Sioux Rapids. Farm Bureau members in Region 9 are invited to attend a marketing meeting Nov. 17 which will be held at the Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank at 8 p. m. Harold Minderman, marketing director /or the tewa Farm Bureau Federation, and Dave Mitchel, who is connected with the Omaha Producers, will conduct the meeting. Purpose of the meeting is to inform Farm Bureau members who are interested In the future of marketing. Farm Bureau members from Kossuth county are urged to attend this meeting. Seeking Xmas Gifts For 500 l-City Patients Iowa organizations and individuals again hare the opportunity to play Santa Clause to patients at University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, who will be unable to go home for Christmas. Gifts from civic, fraternal and church groups and from hundreds of individuals will be needed again this Christmas if Santa is to provide gifts for every patient Christmas Eve. lowans have sent gifts for adults and children to the hospitals for many years. There are usually about 500 patients in the University Hospitals Christmas day. (Mffigp DAIRY FRESH 'DAILY For that real get-up-and-go feeling, rely on the wholesome energy pro- vided by fresh milk. Let Viking Oil get your car ready for winter Top Battery * TO FIT FORD, CHEVROLET AND PLYMOUTH CARS—VERY BEST AVAILABLE First Quality 4-PLY NYLON • 7:75 x 14 Sis* BUckwall Plu» T«x •nd txcrung* PLUS EXCHANGE 4-YEAR GUARANTEE VIKIHG OIL CO Appropriate gifts for patients include til kinds of toys, games, knitting materials, billfolds, leather kits, gloves, toilet articles, shawls, books, scarves, hose, fancy handwork, stationery and stamps. Cash gifts are used to buy presents for patients wbose age or condition make donated presents inappropriate. Checks or money orders should be made payable to the University Hospitals Christmas Committee. Also welcomed are larger items, such as bedside radios and record players, which will benefit a large munber of patients throughout the year. Donors are asked not to send foods and not to gift-wrap their contributions. Foods are impractical because of diet regulations and every package is opened for sorting and gift-wrapping by Red Cross Gray Ladies and other volunteers. Gifts may be addressed to: Christmas Committee, University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, Iowa, 52240. THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES - Kossuth County's Pioneer Newspaper, now in Its 101st year. Civil Defense Course Sponsor Being Sought Tbe Cirfl Defense coarse, "Uring in the Nuclear Age," wlfl be available again Oils year for sponsorship by veterans groups and civic organisations in fowl. Tbe Department .of Ribllc Instruction, through local schools, is offering this 12-hour course at no cost to the local school or organization. In addition to Civil Defense, the course will cover tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters. Discussion on dangers and benefits of radioactive materials will also be included. Because of their dedication to community service, veterans or* gani rations and service clubs are considered appropriate organizations to sponsor classes for adults. Time, hours, and meeting places may be decided by the local organization. Classes sboold have 80 or more persons enrolled. The interested organisations should contact tbeir local schools or II. II. Dockendorff, Department of Public Instruction, State Office Budding, Des Moines, Iowa 50319. Mr. Dockendorff and staff consultants Marvin Waltz and Duane Tootnsen will also be able to accept a limited number of speaking engagements for veteran or civic organization meetings. Smith-Corona PortaBl* Typewriter*, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DES MOtKBS Auxiliary And Legion State Joint Meeting There will ba a joint meeting of the Kossnfh county American Legion posts and Auxiliary nMU Tuesday Nov. 15 at 8 p. m. at the Legion hall in Lone Rock. this is the regular Quarterly meeting and Mrs. Gas Simons- meier of LedyaTd, eighth district president, will be_guest._ PUB. CO. InAljcom- eomptttttvi. catalog prices. Shrinks Hemorrhoids "New Way Withotft Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain t«fc. R.Y V (Sp*et«I>-For the first time wienc* hi* found a new healing tubstanee with the Uton* Uhlng cblljtr to ihrlnk hemorrhoids, stop itching, and.relieve pain — without surgery. In M*e after case. »hfle gently relieving, pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. „ Host amazing of all—results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem 1" The secret (s a new healing substance (Blo-Djme«)-discoYery of a world-famous research institute. This substance Is now available, in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation #«. At all drug counters. PUBLIC We will hold a public auction on farm located63-4 miles North of Swea City on blacktop road on: Fri. Forenoon Nov. 11 SALE STARTS AT 9*3O A.M. Head Of Hereford Choice Cattle 10 Hereford cows with 11 calves at side (March and April calves) Lepto and Black leg vaccinated, T.B. and Bangs tested; 4 coming 2 year old calf hood vaccinated Heifer; 1 Pure bred 3 year old Hereford Bull; Power Machinery 1949 John Deere model A tractor with power troll & automatic; John Deere model B tractor; 1950 Model S.C. Case tractor; John Deere 4 row 'tractor cult.; ' John Deere 2 row tractor cult.f John Deere 4 row rotary hoe; John Deere 40 ft. 2 wheel grain elevator truck hopper; John Deere 4 bar side delivery rake on rubber; John Deere No. 5 7-ft. tractor mower; Me D. model 200 rubber tired tractor manure spreader; Me D. 3 bottom 14" tractor plow with plow chief bottom; Terfehr stubble turner; Case 12 ft. spring tooth harrow; Other Maoh. & Miscellaneous John Deere model 953 rubber tired wagon with wood flare • • "• . ' J'dhn Deere steel wheel wagoftf John Deere corn sheller with electric motor; 80 bu. round hog feeder; 5 bu. round hog feeder; 2x2x6 steel tank w. hog water er; 2x2x10 steel tank; Plank cattle hay bunks, feed bunk; 14x20 portable hog house with plank floor,< 30 gal. oillubster; Chicken feeders, waterers; Other misc. items. Warren Thompson - Owner Frank Sanftner Estate n Head Of Choice Pur Bred Angus Cattle 10 Black Angus cows, TJS. ant. Bangs tested. 2 of these cows are pure breds from Murray Herd 4 years old. Cows are TJS. and Bangs tested; 1 Pure bred Angus Bull 3 years old from Murray Herd; 10 Fancy Black Angus calves, good enough for club work; ••SPBMHIHHIMBBiMHMHHMMMMHHHnHBMMMMH Vern Jensen Other Mach. & Miscellaneous Case rubber tired wagon with good rubber and flare box; Me D. end gate seeder, garden tiller, like new; Portable air compressor; Lincoln electric welder comp.; 500 gall water tank on 2 wheel trailor; Wheel barrel; New never used Kttipco heater; 16 ft. extension ladder; 410 shot gun; 22 pump rifle; Double barrel shot gun; 4 rows slat cribbing; Several 1x12 boards; Grain airation fan; items 300 gal. gas barrel on stand; 18" McCullough chain saw; Tap and dye set; 12 x 16 brooder home in good condition; Tools & other misc. items. * Mach. 1949 model 30 Cockchute tractor live PTO and hydraulic; Me model 2 P.R. 2 row pull type pinker; New Idea 4 bar side delivery rake; John Deere 12 ft. spring tooth harrow; Oliver 2 bottom 16"tractor plow New Idea, manure spreader; Humboldt atalk cutter; Kovar 4 section harrow: s e u The Following x 40* dwelling; 2(T x 30* hog house; 16'x 32'chicken house; 10' x 12' suitable for tool shed; Buildings must be removed from the property before December 15,1966, Phont 3W-3349 North Mtln Strwt ALGONA, IOWA USUAL AUCTION TERMS NO PKOPERTY REUtVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THOMPSON, SANFTNER, JENSEN OWNERS ' S m« City State Bmk - Chrk Wnn&Ctork-Avctioneer*

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