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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moina* Tuesday, September 18, 1962 Read The Want Ads - It Pays! The world's BIGGEST APPETITE FOR CORN Bulls through 100-plus yields without plug. Ring. SDPERPICKER Picks clean, husks clean, too. Fits just about any tractor. Mounts or removes in 30 rrmiutes. A breeze to grease; loaded with standard equipment that others call J'extras" (at extra cost). Read All About Now Idea Machinery in Farm & Home Section BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT ALGONA Mrs. Eva Deim and her brother and sister, Joe Bieser and Mary Bieser, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zeller at Bode last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Miller spent the weekend at Estherville with .he.Jailer's mother Mrs. L. G. Thompson. They have spent the iiimmer at the Okobojis and will je closing their cottage somewhat 'ater. Mrs. Paul Seeley has spent the )ast ten days at Minneapolis with VIr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen and vlr. and Mrs. Richard Boisjolie. She stayed with the Gergen children while the parents were in New York. The Gergens had formerly lived at Le Seuer, but have been transferred to Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Seeley went to Minneapolis Sunday taking the son Mark to re-enter college. Joyce Riebhoff returned Wednesday to S.C.I., Cedar Falls, where she will be a sophomore. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff and Joyce and Mrs. Joe Tschetter, Ron and Glenn, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tschetter, Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall have received word of the birth of a girl Sept. 9 to Mr. and Mrs. William Manly, Phoenix. The baby has been named Jennifer and weighed 8 Ibs. Mrs. Manly is the former Jean Hall. Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will meet Sept. 19 at 7:45 p.m. at Algona Country Club. Word has been received that Gene Cook, Sedalia, Mo., a for- mer J. C. Penney store manager here, has been transferred to St. Paul and will be manager of a Penney store in a large shopping center. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramey, Tucson, Ariz., were guests of Luella Baker here last week. Ed Farrell of the Algona American Legion post has been recently appointed bowling chairman for the 8th District American Legion. Mr. and Mrs. William Ercplding took their daughter, Blondina, and John Carman, son of Mr..and Mrs. Art Carman, Corwith, to Omaha Sept. 10 where both enrolled as freshman at Creighton University. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brewer, former Algonans now living at Hawthorne, Calif, were recent overnight guests of Mrs. Clark Orton. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg attended the Clay County Fair at Spencer Wednesday. Bob. son of Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke has passed his examinations at Des Moines and is now in the navy at San Diego, Calif. Pete Funch of New York City has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Johnson at Irvington. He is a classmate of the Johnson's son, Terry, students at the State University, Ames. Mrs. Matt Kramer, Mrs. Ann Nauman, Bancroft, Mrs. Clar VanSteenberg, Burt, and Mrs. Ev Deim and Mary Bieser visile Mrs. Mary Kramer at Whittemor recently. Dena Kohlhaas had as guest last .Tuesday Mrs. C. E. Drennen, Hyattsville, Md., Dotlie Mehlesch, Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Joseph Loebach, Agnes and Mary Lou of Whittemore, Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas, Livermore, Mrs. Arthur J. Kohlhaas, West Bend, and Mrs. David L. Bernhard, Bode. Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle were recently visited by Mrs. Lou Bassett, Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg have sold their house on Ackley street to Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover who are retiring from their farm. The Haggs will leave about Nov. 1 for Monrovia, Calif, to spend the winter and will possibly make it their home. Alvin Hagg lias returned to THE MEN WHO KNOW TIRES BEST IN ALGONA Maryville, Mo. to enter his sophomore year at the Northwest Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker have had Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klinker, Omaha, Neb. as guests. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason and Mrs. L. R. Potter were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. James Potter and family, Nevada. The Easons also had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ogland, Forest City. Mrs Ervin Wlllgcn and Eric spent Friday at Wesley with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Koppen. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk have been visited by their daughter, Florence, of Chicago, who returned there last Tuesday. Mrs. L. R. Walker has been visited by her daughter Pearl of Chicago, who concluded the visit las Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding am Mrs. John Weydert spent thi weekend at Waterloo with Mr and Mrs. Herbert Weydert anc daughters. Mrs. Robert Scott has returnee from a vacation spent at Roswell New Mex., with her sister anc husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylorc Sexe. At Oklahoma City, Okla. she visited Mrs. Lawrence Martin and at Denver she visited Mary Ann Scott and with her returned home. Miss Scott visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott at Livermore. Mrs. William Bestenlchner was dismissed from St. Ann last week after a few days of medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer and family drove to Albert City Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leand Long and family. Mr. Kramer and Mr. Long were army buddies. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox have mrchased the Mrs. Anna Mc- Juade duplex on West Nebraska street and are moving here from Titonka. BILL KENNE HOWARD STILLMAN Joe Bradley Firestone SOUTH OF ALGONA HOTEL PHONE CY 4-2421, ALGONA, IOWA Treads APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES WHITEWALLS ANY SIZE FOR Plus Tax And 2 Trade-In Ti>e» 12-MONTH ROAD-HAZARD GUARANTEE ii 'ji »u. «u; .a (Jiff h't'lV 'J uf yViWt nli-ntt/iwl bv A/« </'///<"" anil bhop inaik, are GUARANTEED inst ill-lei f> in uuiknianilii|> ami in.Hcriiih during life l,..,,l in-1 noim-il roiul li;i/;ir(ls <cxr<-|il rr-|>airulilo (iim< lures) iMi-cl in cM-rvday |j;i iit.-ni:«-r <ar u^c for J'J inonlhs. ni-iiii |noia(r<! on In-iiel Vivei ami based on llsl prices t al nine of adjustment. ; w i m rrr j JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE SOUTH OF ALGONA HOTEL PHONE CY 4-2421 Your FIRESTONE Wholesale and retail Dealer, OR VIKING OIL CO., Algona KRALJSE "66", Fenton CHROME SERVICE, Algona MURRAY QIL CO., Bancroft BUTCH'S D-X, Whittemore STROUP'S D-X, Corwith, la. LAPPE'S D-X, Burt WAGNER P-X, Algona ED'S DOC, Algona Ed's Chpmplin, Algona A WATCHFUL EYE ON CRITICS The best circulated memos in our dealership are not from well- wishers. We're always trying to improve, and the source we look to first is from our critics. Like an anxious mother fretting over a problem child, we give them most attention. Any business as complicated and detailed as an automobile dealership is bound to slip up occasionally. Usually, the complaints that cause most customer irritation are those minor items Um just get overlooked. Neglecl Chen balloons them iuto a feeling of di^alifclaetiou 'way t*evoud their actual i/nportaoce. a certain emotional in wat'/hwg via TV rt*«UJy the preparations by thousand* of 'jut kes! engineers a/id M.-ie/iti*t!> in rwktt Astronaut John (Jlt-iUi \n\ti orbit There, before the eyes of Millions, the awful fact was bared that tilt's magnificent, multi-million dollar scientific wonder was paralywid because a simple latch-bolt on the pilot's door had broken. There are only 15,1X10 odd parts in the average car compared with hundreds of thousands in a space missile, but that case of the broken bolt made us feel belter just the same. There are two ways to run a car dealership. There is the volume- price approach in which a customer's complaints are usually filed in the waste basket. Or the quality dealership in which they land on the boss's desk. Thu vast majority of complaints spring from legitimate grievances and we're grateful for the opportunity they provide to improve our business. 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