The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1965 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1965
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KOSSUTU COUNTY PORTS ••••••••WMMlBBMHWIWMW Set 43 Records At Algona Relays Team Scoring E oWt Grev* ton MMM wM City CLASS A Ml Spencer Ml Clear Lake 56 Iowa Falls CLASS B 'Lake Mill* Garrloan (Alwna) 43 a 3t 4m CLASS C 103 hornton ral (F , . Mntral (Fen on) Verne ,.-. 7t Lkkota 62iBurt When the final totals were id; no less than 43 records were bettered and another was equalled during the second running of the now annual Bulldog Relays, held here Saturday. A large crowd saw the wind-up of the meet during the evening. . Humboldt tallied 98 points to cop the class A crown, Emmetsburg 92 for the class B championship; and strong running Swea City amassed 103 while roaring to the class C title. Good competition was noted in each class, with Trytten of Lake Mills turn- Ing in the top individual effort as he copped the 100, 220 and 440 titles in class C. Four From Area Win Sectional BB Openers Garrigan dumped LedyardlO-4 and St. John's of Bancroft got past West Bend 5-2 at Garrigan Field and Clarion downed Goldfield -6-3 and Corwith-Wesley edged LuVerne at Corwith in first round Sectional Baseball Tournament play Wednesday, April 28. The winners advanced to semifinal action at the same sites Monday, with the Golden Bears meeting the Johnnies at Garrigan and Clarion slated to meet Cor- vith- Wesley at Corwith. The finale will be played at Garrigan this Wednesday, May 5, at 3:30 p.m., with the winner slated to uove into District play. St. John's bumped Garrigan 4-2 in a non-tourney game at Garrigan Friday afternoon. MNG MACHINES & TYPE- lTE«r At The THI WINNERS . Field «vtnfs~»hot—Thornton, Humboldt. SO-Mt (record); discus-Blornson, Humboldt. Ufctm (record); broad lump —Breumart, Eaale Grove, Jl-llVi jrec- ard); hioh rump-Mokelbuit, faole Grov*, M (record); pole vault-Olson, •HumboldT, J7V4 Jrecord) runnlne events- men nurtlet—Tllton', Humboldt, :)5.$ (record); 100—Tldman, Hampton, :10.1 t record i; 3-mlle relay-EMl* Grove, 1:24,2 (record); 220—Crawford, Hampton, ;24l (record); MO relay-Hampton, 1:M6; iiJ-Maach, Humboldt, -.52.2 (record); tow hurdlei-Tllton, Humboldt, :20.»i medley relay-Eagle Grove, 3:49.0 (record)) 180-Sanvlo, Eagle Grove, 2:04.0 (record); 440 relay-Hampton, :45.« (record); mile relay-Humbotdt, 3:12.6 (record). . Field eventi-ihot-Stauis, Emmetsburg, 4*-7Vi; (record); dlicus-Waddlng- ton, Belmond, 13S-W4 (record); broad lump-Lewis, Emmetiburg, 1MO; high lump-Lewis, Emmetsbyrg, $-? (record;); pole vault-Mullln, Emmetiburg, 11-6 (record); running events-high hurdles— prlicoll, Emmetsburg, :15.4 (record; TOO-frytter, Lake Mills, :10.5; 2-mll« relay-Emmetsburg. 8:46.7 (record); 220 -Trytter, Lake Mills, :M.5 (record); BSD relay-Belmond, 1:34.7 (record); 440- Trytfer, Lake Mills, :53.V (record ; low hurdles-Mlsner, Belmond, :l9_> record)) medley relay-Algona. 3:47.3 (record); WO-WMita, Buffalo Center. 2:10.4 (record) i,.440 relay-Belmond. :44.4 (rtc- ordj; mile relay-Belmond, 3:37.1 (record 1 «W^J™E&»T KH| ^'"•? 7 ri s- ord ; IpO-Einott, Swap City, _;U.*l .1- •mfle reiay-lwM cJtv~9!U,«i M0-Drl«- CM,. .Lu Verne,..!24.l..(record); .mile- record)/ medl*V relay-Swea Cl]y, (record)) Mo-Thompson. Lakota, (record) i . 440 ..relay-MtMryey- 2-Stroka Loss Algona high school's golf team dropped a cozy 159-161 decision at Estherville Thursday, despite a fine 39 turned in by Greg Buchanan of the locals. Fins 6HS Garrigan's golfers, led by a fine 38 by Bob Smith, romped past St. Edmond's at Ft. Dodge in a dual meet Friday afternoon. Minor Fire The Algona fire department answered a call to St. Cecelia's convent at 8:24 p.m. Saturday. They found a short in the electric wiring leading to a light on i a range in the kitchen. The flames i burned a hole in the tubing and an area of the floor near the stove was burned. Farts of the wall and cupboards were scorched. Fire Chief Ralph Elbert has made no estimate of the damages. LET'S PEAK INSIDE THI5 DRESSES Style* and color* galore! All slies (in- eluding half sties). $3,99 - 110.99 DUSTERS Beautiful selection. Gorgeous colors. All styles, Siies S-M-L, I3.W PURSES All sUei, itylei and colon. «.w to M,W HOSIERY 3 pair Box ,,, for 12.8! . GIFT PROBliM? - SEg US Vivian's Mode-0-Day Shoppe AIGQNA, Ticket Sale On For 'Old Gold 1 Singers, May 15 A county- wide ticket sale is now underway for the appearance here of the University of Iowa Old Gold Singers, May 15 at 8 p.m. In the Algona high school auditorium. The event is being sponsored by U. of I. alumni in the area. Tickets are $1 and may be obtained In Algona from the Chamber of Commerce office, at Carson's, Sharp's Jewelry, local alumni and high school students. Other ticket representatives are: Whittemore, Mrs. George Wlnkel, Mrs. Wm. Ostwald and Farmers State Bank; West Bend, Clifford Munson; Wesley, Dr. R. E. Jongewaard; Swea City, Orion Van Norman; Lone Rock, Angus Cotton; Fenton, Dr. E. W. Ruske and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth. LuVerne, James Mallory; Burt, Richard Burmeister; Bancroft, Mrs. Donald Welp. Alan Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode, Algona, is a local member of the University Singers. Spring Meeting Garrigan Parents Club Is Held The Spring meeting of the Garrigan Parents Club was held April 27th with a large crowd in attendance. The meeting, presided over by Al Loebig, president, featured a program consisting of a presentation by the English and Speech Department, a report on present Iowa legislation pertinent to Catholic schools by Father Conway, and displays by the Art, Industrial Arts and Homemaking departments. Under the direction of Sister Mary Ignatius, the curriculum in the English department was explained. Speech and debate students presented a program which included a portion of a debate by varsity debaters Dan Bray and Steve Schuller. Father Conway, Garrigan Superintendent, gave a first-hand account of the School Bus legislation and the work in the Iowa Legislature on pending education bills. The nearly three-hundred par" ents thetr-vislted the fine arts, industrial arts and homemaking departments where students work was displayed. Students themselves explained the projects and special procedures Involved in these departments. The steering committee then served lunch and coffee. Members who have served for two years on this committee and will be retiring at the end of this school year are: The Howard Millers, The Donald Bormans, The Wilfred Kohlhaas', The Al Loeblgs, and the Bob Genglers. Gary Kesting In Texas Grad Class DENTON, TEX., - Gary W. Kesting of Algona is among 769 seniors who have applied for bachelor's degrees at North Texas State University. Spring commencement exercises are scheduled for 8 p.m. June 2 at Fouts Field. Kesting, son of Mrs. Veronica M. Kesting, 701 E. Lucas, will receive a bachelor of music education How about it? "There's a new drink-mixing guide -"Betty Cooker's Crock Book". THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS ! • PHONE 295*3535 • Sc Per Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged UDM Want Ads Readi 6,000 Families Each Week ! Algona Upper DCS Moines Classified Rates f.V FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Tried Purebred Hampshire Boar. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton. Ph. 116 or 409. (33-35*) Swea City VFW Elects Officers SWEA CITY - Veterans of Foreign Wars at Swea City have elected Dennis Lunn as commander. Also elected were Robert Holm, senior vice commander; George Elliott, Junior vice commander; Kenneth Brones, quartermaster; Wallace Dawson, chaplain, Earl Kvans- dale, post advocate; WallyJohn- •son, surgeon; William Wai- stead, three - year trustee; William Mather, two - year trustee; Warren Thompson, one - year trustee; and Leonard Appelqulst, three-year term on house committee. Officers will be Installed in May and begin their duties following the state VFW con- v ventlon in June. x - Lunn, operator of Lunn's ... Chkmplln Service In Swea City, is a veteran of the Korean War period. ' The Swea City VFW will host the Tenth District VFW meeting June 13 which will include a memorial service and a banquet. 1 Select Students Three Algona high school students, juniors, have been selected for summer science institutes sponsored by the National Science Foundation for outstanding high school students. Margaret Schutter will attend University of Iowa at Iowa City and will do research In the hygenic lab. Phil Taylor will likewise attend the University of Iowa City and will study biochemistry. The Iowa City Institute will extend from June 8 to August 6. Dana Snodgress will attend a similar institute, study- Ing chemistry in Augustana at Sioux Fails, South Dakota, in the period June 2 - July 14. ASCS AWARD HERE Ivy Scuffham, left, administrative clerk of the ASCS office in Algona, is the recipient of a cash award and a Certificate of Appreciation for a contribution which resulted in improvement and economy of operation. This award was given for a form which was developed by Miss Scuffham to record payroll deductions for United States Savings Bonds. The presentation was made by Curtis Haahr, office manager, at a coffee April 7 in the ASCS office. Coffee and a special decorated cake was served to the personnel of the ASCS office and bin crews and the personnel of the Extension Service. Petit Jury To Report; Grant Two Divorces The petit jury was slated to report at the courthouse here Monday at 1 p.m. and there are several cases slated for hearing during this term of court. Judge Joseph Hand is presiding. Judge Hand granted two divorces during the weekend. Wayne C. Jones was granted a divorce from Nora M. Jones and Virginia Banks was granted a divorce Irom Mark Banks. FOR SALE - Old Ducks, also some duck eggs. Phone 9253672, Lone Rock. (33-34*) FOR SALE - Poultry Range Shelters, 10 X 16', WHITTEMORE HATCHERY, Whittemore, la. (33-36) FOR SALE - Purebred Poland China boars, from production- tested stock. PETER ERPELDING, from Algona, one mile west, 3/4 mile north., 29-31-33-35-37*' FOR SALE - 1 - Registered white-face Bull, 4 yrs. old, with papers, out of Caudle herd; 1 - thoroughbred polled Bull, 6 yrs. old; 4 - 12x22x6 steel Hog Shelters, with end doors, new skids. HARRY J. THILGES, Irvington, la. (3235). WANTED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Major Line Tractor & Implement Co. looking for Manager Owner, Kossuth County. Locate Algona or Bancroft. Franchise available now, Contact Box 69-F, % This newspaper. (33-34) WANT to do Custom Plowing and Cultivating. Reasonable rates. FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton. Phone 116 or 409. (31-33*) WANT TO BUY - Used Boat Trailer. Phone 295-5881 after , 5 p. m. (32-33*) WANTED -ManforgeneralFarm Work, modern house available. Call 295-2976, Algona. (31-34) FOR RENT FOR RENT - 3-room Apartment, close in, private entrance,pri-. vate bath, laundry facilities. Call at BJUSTROM . FUR- NTTURE. (27tfn) FOR RENT - Apartment. All utilities furnished. Close in. Call after 5 p. m. Phone 295-3786. (30-37) FOR RENT - BASEMENTofK.S. Cowan bldg., formerly occupied by Hawkeye Lanes. 5600 sq. ft.,' Accoustical tile cell- ing., Air conditioned. Street & Alley entrance. K.S.COWAN Algona, la. Phone 295-3870. (26tfn) FOR RENT - 1 or 2 bedroom apartments. 295-5458, Algona. 30Tfn REAL ESTATE Tuttdtiy, May 4, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper DM Maine.—7, FOR SALE - New 3-bedroom Home, 2 Garage, Full Basement, E. Linden St., Algona. JOHN HJELMELAND, Building Contractor. Phone 8823403 at LuVerne. (33-38) FOR SALE - Good 2 bedroom home, easy to move, 1/2 mile east, 2 1/2 north of Burt. F. L. RYERSON, phone 8R-24, Burt. (33-34)* FARM EQUIP. FOR SALE - 1 - 1959 14' Norton hog feeder - gd. $180.00. 1 - Bunk V-type 16' hay feeder $60.00 1-20' feed bunk $40.00, both 2 yrs. oldL 1951 IHC 440 Planter, fert.Att. & plates on steel, good condition $25, A. E. BERTE, 5 1/2 S. of Hobarton Elev. PH. 295-2912, Algona, (33-34*) Can you qualify? "Patience- Ability to count down, before blasting off". Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone so very, very much for all the prayers, cards and flowers I received while I was in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge and for all the kindnesses shown me since I came home. 1 certainly have appreciated it all. Mrs. Henry Furst. (33) CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this opportunity to thank our neighbors, relatives and friends for the many acts of kindness shown us at the time of the accident and death of our son. Thanks for the donations of food, to the CDA for serving the dinner, to Father Schumacher, Dr. Tep- ner and the Bode Fire Dept. Your kindness will always be remembered. God bless you all- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bormann. (33*) CARD OF THANKS With deepest regret, we extend this word of thanks for the many kind acts of sympathy expressed by thoughtful friends. These kindnesses have meant much to us. The Family of Theodore Trunnelle. (32*) USED MACHINERY 1061 JOHN DEERE 3010, real clean. No. 35 JOHN DEERE Loader. 4-row JOHN DEERE Cultivator 1954 36' CHAMBERLAIN Stock Trailer with double deck air brakes and tandem axle, ALLIS-CHALMERS WC Tractor, overhauled. IHC 400 Gas Tractor. FORD Pickup. VOLKSWAGEN, Panel Dell very. 3/4 T. FORD Pickup With Combination Box. 614 OLIVER Trip Bottom Plow. OLIVER 1800 Gas Tractor with adjustable front. OLIVER Hyd. Trip Bottom Plow. 55-40 OLIVER 516 3 pt. Plow Self-Pj-opelled HAHN Sprayer. 1955 1 1/2 T. FORD Truck w/Holst. 1956 1 1/2 T. FORD Truck Chassis JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, Iowa. Ph. 295-2421 (33) 1947 1955 1956 1962 1951 1964 1961 416 LOANS $50 $5.000 To Buy a Mew or Used Car — Spring Needs —-, To Consolidate Debts !• ' • — Any Purpose Payment Plans to Suit Your Income. PHONE - WRITE - STOP IN TODAY AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. Moore Phone: 295-3507 FOR SALE - New 3-bedroom House, ready to occupy, lot 100x126, in LaSalett Village, hardwood floors, 1 1/2 baths, carpeting to your desire, water softener, gas heat, built-in cabinets, attached garage. Call i 295-5981 or 295-2619. (33-35) fan (••••••••••••••••I SHOP NOW OUR LAWN WE'RE FEATURING • ROSE BUSHES NO. 1 PATENT & PLAIN • VEGETABLE PLANTS • FLOWER PLANTS • LAWN SEED • LAWN & GARDEN FERTILIZER • GARDEN TOOLS • GARDEN SEEDS • SEED POTATOES • ONION SETS Fre*h Plant* Arriving Twice A Week SJOGREN'S ALGONA PUBLIC AUCTION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL ESTATE Location of Personal Property — 3, miles North, 2% mltoii Eul of .Swea City; or, Vi mile West, 1 mile North and 5 mile. We.t of L.* yard, Iowa, on — WED. MORNING, MAY 5,1965 ' Lunch on Grounds SALE STARTS AT 9:30 A.M. 150 SHEEP — 75 Ewes with Lambs at side to be sorted to buyer. Also some heavy lambs to be sold separately. GUERNSEY COW — Milking now. FARM MACHINERY .3 TRACTORS — 1962 A.-C. "D-19," wide front, front & rear i wheel weights, heat houser, dual wheels. Complete m every way. Low hours - 1043 hours; Me. model 350, new tires, fast, Wtch, T. A., 3-way hyd., live pow., heat houser; Ford model 8N with hour meter. . JNI-HARVESTER — ,1962 M.-M. Uni-Harvester with new picker- sheller unit, combine head, picker head, hoist. ALLIS-CHALMERS MACHINERY — 1962 A.C. 5-bot. 14-in. semi- mounted tractor Plow like new; A.C. 19-ft. Wheel Tandem Disc with greaseless bearings, like new; A.C. rear mounted 4-row Cult like new; A.C. 4-bar Side Delivery Rake; A.C. model 60 Combine with PTO. ' ft.... ^ '' _ __ POWER MACHINERY — New Glenco 18-ft. Field Cultivator; Koyker 56-ft 6" Auger Elevator with hopper and PTO, new; New Idea model 504 Manure. Loader with pitch control, manure bucket, snow bucket, like new; 4-bottoni' Tuerferer Stubble Turner; New Idea model 61 Stalk Cutter; John Deere "490" Corn Planter; Champion 4-row Rotary Hoe; Dearborn 7-ft. Tractor Mower; Fast hitch Field Cultivator. OTHER MACHINERY — Rubber tired Wagon with flat rack; 2— M Ward rubber tired Wagons with Ward's hoist and wagon boxes- 4-section Harrow; Mc-D. Endgate Seeder; John Deere 15- foot Tractor Disc; Hammer Mill; McCormick-Deering rubber tired Wagon with steel flare box; Gig-Mow 36-in. Riding Mower, 5-norse. MISCELLANEOUS — 560 gal. underground Tank with electric pump to be sold after farm at farm location; Walk-in Hog Feeder; 6 round Hog Feeders, various sizes; Cement Hog Troughs, feeders; 300 gal Gas Barrel on steel stand; Pride of Farm model F-603 Feeder, 90-bushel, new; 2—J. D. Cylinders; Case Cylinder; Wood, posts; Steel posts, 16' 4" Auger. » TOOLS — Soderholm Propane Heater, new with thermostatic i control- Power hack saw; Air compressor; Airco 180 amp Welder, new with fuse box; King V 2 horse Grinder and Buffer, like new; New Dayton '/." Drill; W Drill; Battery charger; Socket set; Homak tool chest, new; Bolts and bolt box; Trouble cords; Oil and oil pumps; Ladders; Heat lamps; Seed corn and many other useful items. CARS AND TRUCKS — 1965 Mercury, Park Lane, new, low mileage 9,373 miles; 1955 Ford Pick-up V-8, model F-250, 4-speed trans. '64 Chev. Box, good tires; 1948 G.M.C. 2-ton Grain Truck with hoist, grain box and good rubber. PEED — 1000 Bales of Alfalfa Hay, put up without rain. Conditioned. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS — New Home Freezer, stove, washer, dryer, good furniture, pots, pans, etc. 240-ACRE FARM — More or Less — TIME — Approximately 1:30 to be sold after personal property. LOCATION — On Pavement from Buffalo Center, 3 miles West and 3 miles North. From Junction 169 & 9 at Lakota, Iowa: 3 miles Ear-t, 3 miles North, % mile East. TERMS OF FARM — 10 per cent down Sale Date. Other terms may be arranged. Possession in time for 1965 crop. Farm has Government Program of 40 per cent and 90 acre corn base. Usual Auction Terms for Personal Property Eldon Heidecker Estate OWNERS Ivan Heidecker and A. D. Crawford, Executor* Russell Buchanan, Attorney for Estate QUINN, CLARK & CLARK, Auctioneers Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Lakota, Iowa, Clerk

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