The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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Quick Work At Offosen Saves Barn, Animals OTTOSEN - What might have been a disastrous fire was quickly extinguished Sunday morning about 8:30 at the Lenhard Holden farm. The hired man, Arne Jotten discovered a torpedo electric heater from the hog waterer had been rooted out by the hogs, where It lay on the barn floor next to stacked bales of straw. Mr. Jotten was able to keep down the flames with a fire extinguisher he got from the house. Neighbors and the Bode fire department were called. The barn contained hogs, cattle and machinery. There were also about 300 bales of hay and straw. The early discovery and quick '- .. . .mid the damage down to the loss of only two bales of straw! BARN BLOWN DOWN The barn on the farm owned by Walter Banwart was blown down sometime during last week's storm. There is no longer a house on the farm. The only buildings there were the crib and the barn. Steven Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford, was baptized Sunday at the Lutheran church at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby were sponsors. Dinner guests at the Telford home after the baptism were Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Ostermeier of West Bend, the LeRoy Worby family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Moench of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards to Pocahontas Sunday where they attended the dedication of the new Presbyt- eri~. „ ..o »>jtniei pastors who had served Ottosen were present. They were Rev. Gardner Wynn of Hlllsdale, Mich, and Rev. Anthony Rameriz, who teaches at New Hartford school. The Wacousta Cubs 4-H club entertained their fathers and mothers at Sunday dimmer at Spencer. Parents who attended were Mr. and Mrs. FaheyGress, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Olvln Haug, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. Boys who attended were Gary Telford, Gary and Craig Kinseth, Calvin and Dwayne Haug, Anthony Oppedahl, RobertGress, Roger Oppedahl, Tommy Jacobson, Jim and Gary Halsrud. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart and Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart attended funeral services for an uncle at Hancock, Minn. Tuesday. Because of the stormy weather, they could not return until Saturday. James Struthers was taken to Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Miss Hildmctn Will Wed In April, Wesley ENDS SATURDAY "T»A-M-I SHOW" SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY MARCH 28-31 .ALGONA IT'S LOVE ITALIAN STYL|...WITH A HILARIOUS AMERICAN ^ 1 TWIST! ^ \ THEY LOVE TO FIGHT... I BUT NOT AT NIGHT! ROSANNE fflLDMAN Mr. and Mrs. John Hildman, Wesley, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rosanne, Chicago, to Richard Carbone, also of Chicago. An April wedding at Wesley is being planned. Emmetsburg Tuesday, where he is a medical patient. Earl Olson entered Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge Saturday night for observation. Mrs. LeRoy Worby, Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mrs. Olvin Haug attended the county auxiliary meeting at Humboldt Tuesday. Mrs. Essie Cooper and Naomi Struthers visited Mrs. Lydia Nickson at the Arends rest home and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nickson at Hampton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long entertained their children Sunday for dinner. They celebrated Donald Lange's birthday and that of his son, Mike, who was four years old the following day. Guests were the Donald Lange family of Ayrshire and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bratland, Kathy, Kenny, Bruce, and Beverly of Humboldt. HOME FIRE The Robert Pattersons lost their farm home southwest of Cherokee in a fire March 8. Only belongings from the downstairs were saved. STRANGE BEDFELLOWS TECHNICOLOR CO-STARRING GUEST STAR COLOR EDWARD JUDD • ARTHUR HAYNES -TERRY-THOMAS CARTOON THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "T. A. M. I. SHOW", 7:15-9:15. SATURDAY Matinee at 1:30. SUNDAY - "Strange Bedfellows" - 1;30 - 3:35 - 5:40 7:45 - 9:45. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Strange Bedfellows", 7:25 9:30. DON'T MISS IT I IT'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET I CORN & SOYBEAN CLINIC at V.F.W. Hall in Algona — 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. Rescheduled Due To Blizzard For ONDAY, MARCH 29 FREE LUNCH AT NOON I STOP IN! SEE IT! THE Git EAT NEW ALLIS* CHALMERS J^^m. if i^i M Jtf gS li W i \/ r Next time you re near us/ %Jt\jmSi m l WJfwJES t W stop in. We've got something to show you that's causing a heqk of a lot of excitement around here. A great new tractor from Allis-Chalmers that does more work with less effort than any 5-plow tractor we've ever seen. Come to think of it, you'll find it well worth your while to make a special visit just to see the new One-Ninety. Stop in. You'll be glad you did I LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. Swea City, Iowa mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* Comedy Play Set April 2, Burt School BURT - Practice Is well underway for the all-school play scheduled at the Burt school at 8, Friday, April 2. The play, "Take It Easy" Is a three-act farce comedy under the direction of Richard L. Hopkins, English and speech Instructor. - o - Patricia Schwietert, freshman in nurses training, has been named to the Deans List at Drake University during the recently completed fall semester. To attain this honor Patricia maintained a 3.5 or better average for the period. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glfford, Ceylon, spent Sunday at the parental Meta Glfford and H. D. McFarland. Mrs. Don Bonstetter and children spent last week with her parents at Waterloo. Mrs. Dale Hannover and children, Whittemore, were Tuesday guests at the Gordon Happel home. They were joined in the evening by Mr. Hannover. Floyd Sill was marooned at Thompson several days the past week. He spent the time at the home of his parents. Among Burt people employed in Algona who had to seek shelter on their way home from work Wednesday were Toots Hoppus, Dean Mclllravy and Darwin Koepke - who stayed witn the Maynard Weigands, and Jerry Wiener, Lee Dixon, Delbert Schaeller, and Richard Lavrenz. Jay Hoppus, senior at Luther College, Decorah, visited at the home of his parents, the Ray Hoppuses. Junior Girl Scouts made Shamrock tray favors for residents in the two Burt nursing homes and delivered them Tuesday. Leaders are Ruth O. Patterson and Dorothy Becker. Mrs. Albert Bleich is a pat- lent at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. B. E. Miller arrived home Thortday, March 25, 1965 Alaona Ho.) Uep«r D«t MdlMft-7 Saturday from University hospital, Iowa City, where he had surgery and received medical treatment. Richard Smith, Dixon, 111., spent the past weekend with his parents, Mr. andMrs.K.J. Smith Patricia Schwietert, Burt, was one of a class of 87 student nurses to be capped in exercises held at the Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Molnes, Mar. 12. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert, attended the ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Deterding, Readlyn, spent Tuesday at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd. George Becker attended the Lumberman's Convention held at Des Moines, Monday through Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. BJust- rom, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley, went to Iowa City Tuesday. The former had medical treatment at University hospital, then he and his wife drove to Burlington where they visited until Thursday at the home of their daughter Jeanette and family, The Jon Petersens. The Hinckleys visited at the homes of their daughters and families, the Don Thomsons, Iowa City, and the Bill Schatz. Because of the unexpected blizzard, the group was forced to stay In Des Molnes until late Friday afternoon. In Des Moines they were guests in the home of the Hinckley's son Larry. Newcomers Mat Newcomers club met March 16 at the Algona Hotel at 7:45. Hostesses were Beverley Kelley and Mary Hartman. New members are Mary Neuroth, Margaretha Meyer, Bonnie Grant, Colleen Soper, Karen Lemkee, Carol Thraen and Gall Buscher. Dorothy Arend spoke on interior decorating. High at bridge was Maxine Hooney and Carol Thraen was high at 500. Guest night will be April 20. MORE LUGGING POWER LOWER COST UPKEEP BIG FUEL SAVINGS THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT LP GAS-POWERED TRACTORS c\ f C»>J;/-»;.''j;v\>;•.•:•-.,;•. ^-; •^•::-i-rV;.ta£' ,^v : :,• S~ Iv^f^'^ f .^V.r'yf/, _J*»'^ '^.SXV ,» *^s^ ''^'**,'^ 'V- 3 CONVERT TO LP GAS NOW — AND GET MORE POWER — PLUS BIG SAVINGS ON OPERATING COSTS, SPARK PLUGS, OIL CONSUMPTION AND FUEL BILLS ... THE ADVANTAGES OF LP GAS ARE TOO GREAT TO BE IGNORED I REMEMBER, MORE & MORE PROFIT & POWER- MINDED FARMERS ARE SWITCHING TO LP GAS TRACTORS — FOR VERY GOOD REASONS I GET ALL THE FACTS ON LP GAS-POWERED TRACTORS AT THE CORN & SOYBEAN CLINIC AT THE V.F.W. HALL IN ALGONA Rescheduled Due To Blizzard for MONDAY, MARCH 29 BEGINNING AT 9:30 A.M. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATE STRUT - AIGONA mmiimmmm

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