The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 9
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300 Defy Sub-Zero, Attend Annual Land Bank Banquet thurldoy, feb. It, 1965 Alflono, (la.) Upper D«* Mo!n«-$ Some 300 braved the sub-zero weather to attend the Annual Meeting of stockholders of the Federal Land Bank Association of Algona last Wednesday evening at the Hurt high school gymnasium. Following dinner served by the Hurt Band Mothers, Bridget Quinn of Bancroft presented her talk entitled "You Are The Key To The Success of Your Cooperative" with which she earned the runner-up award at the recent Farmers Grain Dealers Convention in Des Moines. Business reports of President Hugh Black and Manager Eugene Hutchins showed rapid expansion in volume ef new business of the association which makes long- term farm real estate loans in Kossuth County through the cooperatively owned Federal Land Bank of Omaha. President Black pointed out that this growth is in line with changing trends in farming resulting in more production per worker and replacement of labor with capital. J. V. Rowe, public relations representative for the Sunray D-X Oil Company, was the featured speaker of the evening. He brought out the importance of "The Right To Choose" our objectives and way of living in this country and interspersed his re- mlrks with an abundance of humor. Hugh Black and Robert E. Deal were re-elected directors of the association for three- year terms. Glenn Graham officiated in awarding a number of door prizes. The above picture shows: Front row: Larry Severson, field assistant; Russell George, Land Bank appraiser; Bridget Quinn of Bancroft; and Helen Haas, assistant manager of the association. 2nd row: Manager Eugene H. Hutchins; Director Marvin Junkermeier of Elmore; Director Robert E. Deal of Algona; and speaker, J. V. Rowe. 3rd row: Director Douglas Wildin, Algona; President Hugh M. Black, Algona; and Leander Menke of Swea City. Wesley Couple Wed 40 Years; To Be Feted "v # WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Feb. 28 in the Methodist church parlors with open house from 2-5 p.m. All relatives and friends are invited and the couple request no gifts. Hosts for the occasion will be their four children and their families. They are the George Gremmers and Glen Smiths of Wesley, the James Kuchenreuthers of Marshalltown and the James Niel- sons of Rochelle, 111. Orville Smith and Rose Render were married in Mason'City, Feb. 28, 1925. -o- AUXILIARY MET American Legion Auxiliary held their regular monthly meeting Feb. 2 at 8:30, following Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, F>. Y. (Special) — For the first timo science has found a now healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery, In case after cose, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all-results were so thorough that sufferers mede astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem I" The secret Is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)-discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation #«. At all drug counters. PIAIN FEEPIR CRUSHER HEAP mi mm Grinds! Mixes! Delivers! The Gehl Mix-All, with economy plain feeder and exclu. sive crusher-feeder attachment, grinds, mixes and delivers the most uniform on-the-farm feed. Plain feeder features adjustable crop guide and hinged feed table. Swing up for transport... adjust for feeding in ear corn, bale slices or small grain. Crusher-feeder has wide throat and choice of 3 speeds. It's also available with a swinging auger feeder for fully automatic feeding, Delivers crops uniformly to the mill. Here, 66 thin, reversible steel hammers grind uniformly on the big 507 §q. in. grinding surface. Uniform grinding means thor« ough mixing. Then pull your Mix-All to bins or feeders. The entire 2-ton load can be emptied in less than 5 minute*. GEHL ^*mmmfm*^ ^m**^ Mike ue Prove it with a Demonstration! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT AWONA the March of Dimes drive which was sponsored by the Auxiliary, and which netted $101. . The workers on the drive were Carol Youngwirth, Lucille Hirner, Mary (Joe) Goetz, Helen Johnson, Eileen Johnson, Irene Hanig, Laura Klein, Lorraine Goetz, Rita Ricke, Clara Goetz, Myrtle Lease and Vi Studer. Edna Flom announced there would be a county meeting at Whittemore, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 9. They voted to give $2 to the March of Dimes Drive and $1 to the Heart Fund. Josephine Meurer gave a talk about the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, describing the decorations and activities during the Christmas holiday season. She told of the work of the gift shop to which each Auxiliary unit contributes gifts and also cash, so that each patient can select and have wrapped, gifts for each member of his family. Mrs. Meurer spent nine weeks in Des Moines while her husband was hospitalized. Edna Flom and Helen Johnson served doughnuts and coffee, -o- Victor Loebig had a hernia operation at the Britt hospital, Feb. 8. He had been a patient there several days the previous week. Their daughter, Mrs. Rita Rasmussen of Forest City, stayed with her mother during his absence last week, and Mrs. Loebig was a guest in her daughter's home following her husband's surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eden went to Yorkville, 111., Jan. 28 to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Zena Harkness. They were accompanied by the Raymond Schutjers and Mrsi Carl Krause of Titonka. They returned Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Teb- bin and daughter of Corwith, were Tuesday dinner guests in the Frank Frimml home. Mary, Jeanne and Rose Baumann, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Baumann of Whittemore, spent several days last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Justine Becker and family. Mike Tegtmeyer spent several days recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tegtmeyer, Jr. He was enroute to Owatonna, Minn., where he will be employed on the Daily People's Press as a photographer - reporter. Tegtmeyer will receive his bachelor of arts degree in journalism from the University of Iowa at Iowa City at the June 4 commencement. He is a graduate of Britt high school. Boone Valley junior high basketball team won from the local team here Feb. 3 by a score of 51-37. Dicky Fox scored 15 points for the local team. Other members are John Wagner, Henry Ricke, Gerald Askland and Mark Grey. Cliff Carlson, who teaches sculpture to a class of 30 members of the Mason City Women's club, spent Feb. 4-5-6 supervising an exhibit of their work at the First National Bank in Mason City. Mr. Carlson is constructing a kiln at his farm home northwest of Wesley and is experimenting on the various methods of glazing. Nadine Engen and a group of Youth Fellowship members of Corwith attended a rally at Garner, Sunday evening. Mrs. R, E, Jongewaard and Diane, Mrs. Paul Engen and Mrs. Paul Erdman attended a regional music contest at Swaledale, Feb. I. Both vocal and instrumental departments of the Corwith-Wesley school participated in the program. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard and Chris helped Robert Chambers of Corwith observe a birthday Feb. 2. Mavis Nygaard, Joyce Paulson, Barbara Leek, Marilyn Skow and Linda Detmering, students at State College, Cedar Falls, spent the semester break in their parental homes here. Joe Skow, Richard Madsen, Luther, Chas. and Chris Nygaard are attending the swine short course Monday evenings at the V. F. W. hall in Algona. W. S. C. S. met Feb. 3 in the Methodist church with Mrs. Geo. Detmering, Mrs. Luther Nygaard and Mrs. Otto Henderson. Announcements were made of the World Day of Prayer, March 5, which will be a union meeting; a regional meeting of W. S. C. S. will be held in Hampton, April 2; purchase of a movie projector by the church board, W. S. C. S. and Youth Fellowship groups; committee meeting, Feb. 10 at the Viva Lease home. Circles 12-3 will hold their February meetings in the Paul Parkhurst, Ben Eden and Halvor Flom homes. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Madsen spent Saturday evening in Forest City with her aunt, Mrs. Em 11 Damm and family. The Bill and John Hoods of Algona spent Jan. 31 in the P. C. Haynes home. Mrs. John Paulson attended a party in Britt, Feb. 1, in the Roy Tegland home, given in honor of a former schoolmate, Mrs. Keith Jones of Dallas, Texas, who was visiting relatives in Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson and Joyce and Carol Root spent Jan. 28 in the Maurice Swan home in Britt, where they joined other relatives at a party honoring a cousin, Mrs. Mary Ann Wheeler, on her graduation from State Teachers, Jan. 26. Mrs. Jack Van Cleve and Mike of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Bill Laubenthal and children of Algona, spent Feb. 2 with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Van Cleve and son had been in Des Moines, where they attended the funeral of Mr. Van Cleve's mother, Mrs. Paula Wee, 59, who had been killed in a car accident. Ready Band Students At Burl For Contest BURT - Hurt Elementary Band students are busy practicing for the Elementary Music Contest to be held at Mason City, Feb. 13. There will be five soloists, David Hansen, Kathleen Patterson, Jeannine Chaffee, Janet Becker and Marilyn Person. Small group entries include the following: Jolyn Scheer, Nancy Her rick, Stephen Becker, David McFarland, Valarie Holding, Donna Miller, Kevin Fraser, Mark Mawdsley, Lennice Waltman, Dale Fraser, Marilyn Person, Marcia Soderberg, Kenneth Hawcott, Steve Scheer, Ruth Long, Connie Shierbon, Carol Sill, Cynthia Soderberg, Linda Chipman, Darlene Miller, Diane Person, Cathy Lappe, Mayme Lavrenz and Roger Sarchet. Directing the elementary students is Jearleen Conard, band director. Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks, who is confined to her home. A talk on "What is Americanism" was given by Mrs. J. L. Miller, and Mrs. RayMcWhorter gave a talk on Costa Rica. The county auxiliary meeting will be held at Whittemore Feb. 9. The sewing meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Nels Nelson Feb. 10. Following were appointed to serve Lions dinner Feb. 15: Mesdames Henry Smith, Myrtle Zwiefel, Gladys Hawcott and Nels Nelson. Alvina Hasse took her sister Ruth back to her duties at the University Hospital, Iowa City. Miss Hasse had been recuperating at her home here from injuries received when struck by a car Dec. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman arrived home the end of the week after spending 10 days at the Gordon Carlisle home, Denver, Colo. They also attended the National Live Stock show while in Denver. Thursday evening guests at the Andrew Harms were Mr. and Mrs. John Kadow and Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood were guests at the Blue & Gold Cub Scout banquet at Titonka Monday night. Mr. Lockwood presented the Cub Scout charter to the sponsoring organization, the Titonka Federated Club. Members of the Busy Bee Club met at the home of Mrs. Celia Scott Friday, with Mrs. Hilda Gross assisting hostess. Plans were started to observe the golden anniversary of the club in June. An interesting program and entertainment were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Jerry Weiner, Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk and Mrs. Roger Ulses, Fenton, visited at the Vern Batt home in Estherville. Youth from the Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches and from the Burt Lutheran and Presbyterian churches attended the Fellowship meeting at Good Hope Sunday evening and heard Dr. C. P. Taylor, pastor of Central Methodist church, Jackson, Miss., who spoke on the Civil Rights Movement. Lunch that followed an evening of Youth Fellowship was served by the Presbyterian youth. Andrew Harms has accepted a position with Pocahontas Farm Service, and began his duties as head of the fertilizer dept. Feb. 8. The family will move to Pocahontas as soon as housing is available. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. The Fortnightly Club will meet with Ethel Dremmel at her home Feb. 12. Past Matrons Club will meet at the home of Ethel Dremmel Thursday evening, Feb. 11, instead of in the afternoon. Assisting hostesses are Lulu and Gladys Hawcott. Entertainment will be by Ruth Alice Patterson, Lillian Fredrickson andMaybelline Lovstad. "Saul Winning" was the topic for discussion led by Pastor Wm. Scheer at the February meeting of St. John's Ladies Aid at the church Thursday. Meditations were given by Mrs. Robert Hanna. Members voted to set the month of February for a cash bake sale where members will donate cash in place of baked goods. Guests were Mrs. 0. T. Cherland, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, Titonka. Market basket was filled by Mesdames Alfred Schadendorf, Billy Gifford and George Schnieder. Hostesses were Mesdames Carl Reynolds, Martin Meyer and James Woltz. GUEST SPEAKER Salvadore De Sauza, foreign exchange student from Brazil at Algona high school, was speaker at the annual guest night of the Burt Womans Club Monday night at the Methodist church. 42 members and guests heard Salvadore speak on "A Stranger in a Strange Land." Dinner was served by members of the W. S. C. S. The evening's program included organ music by Rev. Wm, Scheer and group singing. The next meeting of the club will be held at the Presbyterian church Feb. 15. Hostesses will be Lavina Hansen, Lillian Meinzer and Jean Lockwood. JOINT MEETING The February joint meeting of the Burt Legion and Auxiliary was held Feb. 2. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher presided in absence of the president, Mrs. 0. H. Graham, who is hospitalized at Iowa City. Members voted to give $3 to the Heart Fund. The group also voted to again sponsor a Poppy Poster contest for grade school children, Prises in the contest will be $5,1st; $3, 2nd.; and $2, 3rd. place. 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