The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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Universal Mfg. Host Tour Of Farm Youth I fv , GTerald Miller of A lgona is one of ,6 Iowa farm youths selected to take part ,n the 12th annual Iowa Farm Youth Tour, sponsored by I the Iowa Development Commis- Ision. Members of the tour, being held • Aug. 27-31, are leaders in 4-H~ I FFA Farm Bureau Young People! Irural Boy Scouts, Iowa Farmed [Union and the N.F.O. They were •selected on the basis of their acn- •icvcments and leadership within ^(lieir various organizations. Purpose of the lour is to ftf- quaint young rural leaders with Ihc importance of Iowa's manufacturing plants in the state's Economy and to show them the Inter-relationship between factory find farm. | One group will visit manufactur- ng plants in Humboldt, Algona Lake Mills, Mason City, Charles City, Decorah, Oelwein, Dyers- |ille, Dubuque, Clinton, Cedar Sapids and Marshalltown, cover- Tig 717 miles in the five days. The fecond tour will visit Chariton, Bsceola, Creston, Clarinda, Shen- lidoah, Red Oak, Council Bluffs notix City, Cherokee, Storm Lake fan-oil and Jefferson. That tour fill cover 596 miles. [Plants to be visited include niversal Manufacturing, Algona. •TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder r and Mrs Edward Brand! id family have returned from a alion trip in western states. iy also attended the Worlds fair | were gone about three weeks, e Heifner reunion was held 12 at the Vincent Heifner Relatives attended from ;on, Dolliver, Rosalt, S. Dak., I Titonka. *. W. Morris Kildal will again ^conducting morning worship .f yices at Titonka and Doan Egthodist churches after being ^ )Sent for two weeks while on (Vacation. On Aug. 5, there were .—..ices at these .churches, Awhile on Aug. 12, Rev. Gartner ?"8qted as supply pastor. ' Jfeaver Pannkuk had >a'' gal* birthday celebration, his 90th, when about seventy relatives gathered for a picnic with him at. the Morris Isebrand home Aug. 5. Malcom McDonald IclL mis past week for Anchorage, Alaska, where he plans to teach this fall. Work is progressing slowly and , steadily on the process of blacktopping north main street. Many rains have held up complct- this work. s Camilla Cooper is hospitnl- txl at Britt for medical car". [Mr and Mrs Marvin Gi odi.. i Wiklon, 111. visited at the ''om |f Mt> s Mary Schroeder ove. the 1 ' 1 . The fa.inual Peterson reur..jn ivas neld Sunday, Aug. 2C, al . all [State Park, Algona. Mr and Mrs George Peterson, [Tiionka, and Mrs Art Loats and [children, Spencer, are vacationing in Illinois. They will visit the Martin Deans of Westchestc'r, III and Rev. LeRoy Loats family of LaGrange, 111. MECHANIC Goldic Miller of Manilla is an auto mechanic in her husband's garage. Goldie began her garage career about 20 years ago when she offered to help her husband by washing motor parts in gasoline. For high-yielding, PIONEER seed corn, see YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. i. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Ted Hoover, Sr. Algona Henry Schroeder __- Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch Bode Walter Vaudt Whittemoro Everett Ackerson Wosley Jiitk Uelbuiers — Gamer District Sates Mgr. Mary L. Hoover Of Burt To Wed engaged to farming near Corwith. (UDM Engraving) Mr and Mrs Chris Haase and Bernice, Mrs Emil Haack and sons, Dennis and David from Lone Kock, attended the Laabs reunion Sunday, held at Tuttle Lake Park. Mr and Mrs Henry Groen and family from Buffalo, Mo. visited last week Monday evening at the Chris Haase home. Mrs Harm Groen from Burt was also a visitor there. LONE ROCK By Mrs. Jim Marlow Mr and Mrs Luverne Hoover, Burt, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Lou, to Dale Yeoman, son of Mr and Mrs George Yeoman, Corwith. The wedding date has been set for Sept. 2 at the Titonka Methods! church. Miss Hoover ha:; bet.i employed this past year i.~, r secretary in the ASCS office a. Algona. Mr Yeoman is a grs > ale of the State University of )uwa and is presently Wednesday supper guests at the Herb Nelson home were Mrs Mary Michaelsen, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and family, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Art Randall of Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr and Mrs John Amelsberg of Forest. City; Mrs Cecil Meinecke and Jar.o of Garner; Mrs Russell Meincike and Michael of Los Angeles, ( al. Mr and M/s Leroy Cutler and fa-nily of La Puente, Cal., Mr and -vlrs Ernest Baxter and family of Ayrshire, Mr and Mrs Darrel Malem of Fort Leonard Wood, Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Don Dammonn and family of Corning, Gary Baxter of Adel, Dale Baxter of Algona, Mr and Mrs R. B. Baxter of Ruthven, Mr and Mrs Lawayne Baxter and family of Dickens were Aug. 12 guests of Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxter. Guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt from Thursday until Saturday were Mr and Mrs Leo Eilenfeldt and Mr Ray Strassburg from Lake Mills, Wis. Mr and Mrs Glenn Chaunce of Holandale, Minn, visited at the Andrew Thomson home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Boyd Maxwell and Ida Thomsen of Sun Valley, Cal. were weekend guests at Andrew Thomson's. They all attended the Thomsen reunion held in the Legion Hall at Ringsted. Several Real Estate Sales At Whittemore Whittemore — In the past month there have been several transactions made in Whittemore. The Tri-County Co-op Drying Association purchased the L. W. Swanson furniture store, which now gives the Association the whole south side of the west block in Main street. Dale Yungeberg of Algona anH ,r rl Elbert traded homes. Mi Yungeberg will move J -•<» with his family this month on .r.e El- bert farm one mile north and east on highway 18 and Mr Elbert and family move to the Yungeberg acreage north of Algona. The forepart of last week, Roger Frink purchased the ranch home in the north end of town on highway 4-1 from Dr. J. S. Devine and also the vacant lot. Aug. 11, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Art Heidenwith and Mrs Dorothy Rosendalu of here, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Kosella Voigt of Algona helped Herman Voigt celebrate his birthday. Saturday evening callers were Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigl and family, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons of here and Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt of Algona. Mrs Anna Behnke of Roscllc, 111., is visiting here with friends She is staying at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Algona 4-H Club The Algona 4-H club held its monthly meeting Aug. 7. Allan Bode gave a talk on "Yardstick for Dairy Management." Other talks were given by Bernie Plemel and Torn Cation. PKKLE A giant cucumber was recently displayed by Mrs Ab Smith of Marcus. It was 14',fe inches long •.'4 inches around and weighed three pounds. IRVINGTON By Marguerite Hayes Mrs Carl Seip loft recently for Washington state \\- T C she will visit relatives and -.tend the Worlds Fair. Sunday dinner guests at Marguerite Hayes home were Mr and Mrs Tod Hingsdorf of Laton, Cal., Mrs M. Frankl and Mr and Mrs Frank Stork and fam. y of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs John VUbcr tiro happy over news of arrivt.l of their i -st granddaughter, Jane Ann Ste- plu -s, b--n to Mr and Mrs Robert Stephens of Center Point Aug 15. Their grandson, Douglas Stephens, is spending a few weeks with the Webers. Mr and Mrs G. E. Sharp of Boone called on friends here Wednesday. Mr Sharp was agent for C. & N.W. Ry. Co. here for several years. He is now telegrapher for them at Boone. Mr and Mrs K. P. Roncy left Wednesday for Beverly Hills, Cal. to spend a few weeks with their daughter and family, the Herb Fields. Tuesday, August 28, 1962 Atgona (la.) Upper Des Mointt-7 from Upper Iowa University at Fayeltc, Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree on Thursday. Her major was elementary education. The graduation exercises were attended by her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Wise of Wesley and grandparents, Mr and Mr? .bhn Voss Sr. or Algonn. She wili leave her home (his werk to begin her :5nl year of teaching as kinder- giirU'ti toncher at the Jestip Community School, Jcsup, la. WAN UHING RESU1VT8 Gloria Wise A Grad Gloria Wise, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Wise was graduated Who says heating/cooling LUXURY costs you? Actually,- you can .art fiid b!u*9 20% •. .save $500 and more over the life* time of a Lennox heating/air conditioning unit. Lennox* so-called •luxury" feature* make the b!g differ* cnce in operating expense!). Read how they greatly increase comfort, too, in current issues of Reader's Digest, Good Housekeeping and New Homes Guide. Better yet, call us for the money saving fact»-afldftfree home comfort survey. LAING'S Plumbing & Heating ^ Check these Lennox^ economy feature^ t Femomy of adding cooling Ctnlul nr eonimionlni It tiiy in* tconomlctl to idd to Unnu hutlni lytlimi. ^ 2. Economy of ragged construction S o sklmplnj in»plv:«l DBiiintd 14 il many jeui lontn (hin oidmirl iriticM. * 3. Economy of steady tempinfun Th«r«'i no "Itutmoslll bounw"... no ovtrhtillni to want lull. , 4L Freshirud air economy I Eicluilvt "Wrlp-ltound" tit tiftir It* rnoves duit from air you btiathe,«« tiaips your homo cleaner. 6. Eionomy ol Hushtoni Blowir Ginlly movis tnatid alr...c • Uilly blindi room ill for * GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW V Around The Town & YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR YOUR AREA NEIGHBOR Meet Ray McWhorter Of Burt JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT IN ALGONA We Serve Your Neighbor, May We Serve You ? I WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR This week's Country Neighbor, Ray McWhorter, was born, raised~dricnin-r-livcd in the same house 2'6 miles east and two miles soutli of Burt all of his life. And until recently, he farmed the home place, which includes a section of land. His son-in-law, Frank II. Becker, is actively engaged in farming the land now. During Iflfil, crop acreages looked like this: corn ISO, oats 90. beans 120, and alfalfa, 100. The Recker- McVVhorter combination also normally raises 50 head of Hereford market cattle and from 800-1000 pigs each year. Ray, son of Ellis and Emma Scely McWhorter, graduated from Algona high school in 1909 and actively operated the home farm beginning in 1915. In 1917, he entered the army and served as a pilot in France during World War I. lie went back into farming and also was a barnstorming pilot for three years after the war. Ray's first wife, the former Nellie McCorkle, whom he married in 1920, died in ISISfi. He remarried in Jan.. 1901. Ray served as a representative in the state legislature in 195.'! and his chief hobby (besides flying) is hunting. He is a member ol the International Flying Farmers, Hurt Lions Club, a member of the Burt Presbyterian church and Kossuth County Historical Society. He has a brother, Lewis, at Lovcland. Colo.; three daugh- ,tcrs,_Virginia_(Mrs._Frank Becker), Hurt. Mary Janice (Mrs. Robert Collette), Knglewood, Colo., and "Barbara (Mrs. Thomas Johns), Dubuque, and 12 grandchildren. (UDM Polaroid Photo- Engraving > Joe Bradley Equipment, pictured above, is your complete headquarters for farm machinery, passenger truck and tractor tires, farm and commercial trucks and machinery repair, plus many lop lines, such as Gehl, Firestone, Oliver, CMC, Massey-Harris, Butler Bins, Winnower, Speedy, Continental notion Co., Meyer Elevator, Allis-Chalmcrs parts and others. The fir mis located just south of the Algona Hotel, where you will find a complete up-to-dato machinery and truck repair shop. A new building has been completed as well as many other improvements made. You will find them ready to service any and all of the equipment sold and friendly service is always found. Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona Beecher Lane Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELEVISION Westinghouse In APPLIANCES Westinghouse Frigidaire Youngstown Phone CV 4-3613 Algona Clark Grain Co. Galbrarth Station LuVerne, Iowa, P.O. Grinding <c Mixing Ma»t«r Mix Feed» WE BUY & SELL GRAIN Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline — Kelly-Ryan — Papec New Idea Farm Machinery • Sales • Service O friendly tc Courteous Alway* N. Main St. Phone CY 4-3491 Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Deader FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service Phone CV 4-3301 Algoua Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" k*-*:^*si*/*<' -i Plumbing - Healing Sba»i M«t»l Cu or Oil Uniti Pumpi Water Systems Complete Fixtures Phone CY 4-364Q "* Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires M»M»y-Harri» AUU-Chalmort Oliver CMC Truck* Fireslone Tire* Phone CY 4-2421 Algone Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction Far itze. itrenglh. long life and ease oi building, insist on — sioux — Another advancement in easier (arming. E E. Robinson East on Hwy It Phone CY 4-3374

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