The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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6 Algono (la.) Upper DM Meine* Thurtday. May 6, 1965 ALGONA FLOUR & FEED FOR YOUR CHEMICALLY HITCHED BULK 6-24-24 and 8 - 32 - 16 COMPLETE STOCK OF BAGGED STARTER NUMBERS COMPLETE STOCK OF BULK BLEND MATERIALS CHECK WITH US FOR YOUR AGRICO AMMONIA NEEDS ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO Burt Man Has Lease On Swea City Station Bi'KT - Bnico Graham has It-asfd the Standard nil station at .vvo.i Cit\ and will takr> over thrro May 17. Graham has (•(•on in business for himself in Hurt for the past four years. Prior to opening for business in Swea City, Graham will attend a training school in Albert City for two weeks. Graham is a uraduato of Burt hieli school, has spoilt several years in the service and upon retiirninp assisted his father in the station here. He is married and he and his wife, 11107., are parents of three children, Hopei, Geneva, and Denise. SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke attended a dinner at Des Moines recently honoring Pioneer employees with 20 or nure years with the company. There were 10 couples attending from the Algona plant. Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Hay Devine home in honor of Robert, Margaret and David's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Halllgan and Jane, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Daley and girls, Corwlth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Devine and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Devine, Algona, and Mrs. Harm Groen and Pat. Jane Mitchell was one of several from Kossuth county to be named to the honor roll at State University of Iowa, Iowa City, for having miintained a 3.0 or higher average srholastically. .lane ;s the daughter of the Don .viitchells, Hurt. Mv. and Mrs. F. I.. Hyerson, Mrs. J. L. Miller and Hev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies were among several hundred Methodists att- t'liilim; the urand opening of the no-A Methodist headquarters in I)fs Moines Monday. Mesdainps Merlin Davies, J. L. Miller, Dean Andrews and Walker, attended the North Central Conference W. S. C. S. meeting at Webster City Wednesday. Mr. ami Mrs. Darwin Koepke and family spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hengel, Des Moines. Mrs. Helen Weiske spent several days the past week with her daughter, the Julius Steckers, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson were among the people attending the Republican dinner in Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Norma and Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk, at Pocahontas. Mrs. Ladell Olson attended final rites of a relative, Mr. William Jentz at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Westling have moved into the downstairs apartment in the Nina Gisch home recently vacated by the Gary Newmans. Bill Hamilton, Vermillion spent a recent weekend with his parents, the Bob Hamiltons. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich arrived home on Friday after spending a week at Wheaton, A MONEY-SAVING MESSAGE FOR PROFIT - MINDED FARMERS . . . MORE MORE" With POWER! PROFITS! THERMOGAS! ?¥• BSW ».«yi.ai4""» •rr Thermo eyas i MINNEAPC i.... «•«<:< x: WE ARE SO CONFIDENT YOU WILL LIKE THE WAY "THERMOGAS" PERFORMS AS A TRACTOR FUEL, THAT WE HAVE PURCHASED ONE FOR YOU TO TRY. THIS MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE NO. 670 L.P. WITH 9.3 TO 1 COMPRESSION RATIO WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA AS TO THE WONDERFUL ADVANTAGES OF USING THERMOGAS IN YOUR TRACTOR. "THERMOGAS" GIVES YOU THESE ADVANTAGES AND MANY MORE MORE POWER... High Compression Power LP gas power is high compression power. LP gas engines are high compression engines. LP gas operates efficiently with very high compression ratios. This means greater force exerted on the pistons, with each stroke - because of the natural "recoil"-and the more efficient burning-of the comp'essed gas-and-air mixture. This extra force is transmitted to the crankshaft and the tractor wheels, in the form of greater tractor power. CLEAH BURNING Because LP gas is all vapor-and all of it burns in the cylinders - operation is essentially smoke free, and the combustion area is essentially clean at all times. Al LONGER ENGINE LIFE LT Because the combustion area stays clean-and the crankcase oil is so little contaminated - longer engine life is promoted. LP gas tractor operators continually report many years of virtually trouble-free service. LOWER OPERATIHG COSTS E LQWER MAINTENANCE COST In most areas, the cost of LP gas is low - not only per gallon, but also in terms of po i Aer produced and work performed. And frequency of oil changes is greatly reduced, because there are no liquid droplets to dilute crankcase oil. This longer engine life means less cost for major lepaits, replacements and engine overhauls. This lower maintenance cost is another advantage reported repeatedly by LP gas tractor owners. STOP IN AND SEE US FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION ON YOUR FARM. TRACTOR IS EQUIPPED WITH 3 POINT HITCH AND HAS IT'S OWN HYDRAULIC CYLINDER. "THERMOGAS" IS AN HD5 APPROVED FUEL. n THERMOGAS II ^ BulkUMitiJ \ Service y STOP IN OR CAIL TODAY ! Ph. 295-2841 AIGONA So. Phillips St. Where you olways get "BLUE CARPET" ServUe! NOTHING INTERRUPTS YOUR THERMOGAS SERVICE finests and Mrs. am! Mrs. and Mrs. Minnesota. The Hleichs were calU'd to Wheaton by the death of Mis. Hleich's sister-in-law, Mix Walter Kath. Mr. ami Mrs. Glee Bullock, 1(0. IT ,ind Charles, Milton, lo\va spent from Saturday to Monday Mrs. I.oretta Waltrrun. at tlie horn? of Mr. Leroy Davis \vere Mr. Garry Davis and Mr. Dean Benschoter of Altona, recently. Mi. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook and Mrs. Loretta Waltmin, Hurt and Mr. and Mrs. Glee Bullock were ani'Mis: about 100 guests at a dinner honoring the 2">th (Silver) Wed lins? Anniversary of Mr. ajid Mrs. Tony Stoffel at Emmets- blll!:. TITONKA s -~ § By Mrs. Mary Schroeder 1 Senior class members of bookkeeping and typing classes went to Mankato Wednesday. They toured Mankato Business College, the bank and telephone company. Principal R. Sinclair and Mr. M. Benda were chaperones. Pastor Don Salberg, of Immanuel Lutheran church has been called to serve Zion Lutheran church of Scotland, S. D. He has served here since 1962. Six Titonkans who took part in the A. B. C. Bowling Tournament at St. Paul Thursday were J. L. Intermill, Merle Hoover, A. J. Budlong, Elwood Nelson, Phil Jaren and Harold Andreasen. Titonka Methodist W. S. C. S. circles met Wednesday, Lila circle with Edith and Hazel Budlong, lesson by Mrs. A. Peterson and devotions, Mrs. A. Oesterreicher. Florence circle, Mrs. Ted DeBoer and Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger, Mrs. C. F. Callies gave the lesson and Mrs. Ernest Hansen, devotions; JoAnne circle, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Joe Boekelman, Mrs. Jay Budlong gave devotions and Mrs. R. L. Krantz presented the lesson. Good Hope Lutheran church will start its summer schedule May 2. Sunday School meets at 8:25 and morning worship service at 9:30 a. m. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher OTTOSEN - Lor en Daniel who has been a medical patient at Lutheran Hospital returned homo Saturday. Mrs. Roy Enockson returned homo from Lutheran Hospital Thursday and will continue therapy at home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simmons and Mrs. J. B. Christiansen at Marshall, Minnesota Sunday. Mrs. Christiansen is gaining slowly. The Richards also visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith at Mllroy, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Danner, Diane and Carolyn of Lake Elmo, Minnesota, visited Mrs. Danner's mother, Mrs. Selma Nelson from Friday until Sunday. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Himrod and family of Humboldt. . The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Sam Kropf. Mrs. Roy Telford read Psalm 95. Nine members answered roll call. The women will take a trip to Ft. Dodge May 6. Mrs. Mike Coyle gave the lesson on the Arlington Cemetery from Lee to Kennedy. A birthday auction was held bringing thirteen dollars. Mrs. Roy Telford was auctioneer. Contributors were Mrs. Coyle, Mrs. Telford, Mrs. Earl Long and Mrs. Sam Kropf. Bruce, the largest twin of the Charles Schmidts was brought home from the hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Von Buskirk attended a Presbyterian meeting at Jefferson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Alton Mitsven of Bode visited John Guggisberg at Mercy Hospital Ft. Dodge Saturday afternoon. Mr. Guggisberg is a brother-in-law of the visitors and is in critical condition after suffering a stroke Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson came home from Iowa City \Vadnesay, Mr. Olson will enter the hospital there May 7 and will have heart surgery May 12. Saturday callers at the Olson home were Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Jacobson of .Ubion, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Jacobson of Hayfield, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjam'n of Bradgate and Mrs. Donald Rutz of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk attended confirmation services at ths Lutheran chiveh at Spencer Sunday. A granddaughter, Barbara Ho.", was one of the twenty-three members of the class. Following the services they were dinner guests at th3 Lea Holt home. Mr. aiul Mi's. Alfred Schult? and family spent the weekend at the Gary Schultz home at Cedar Falls. Gary is a Paper Products and Service Represen'ative for Latta's Businass System.? Incorporated. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Williams and Steve of Maumee, Ohio, were Thursday overnight guests at the homn of Rev. and M.-s. Robert J. Le Mont. Steve Williams will enter Waldorf College in the fall. Mrs. Anna Purdy returned home Friday. She had spent the winter with M:. and Mrs. Ralph Gatto'i '.n Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson at Lanesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson at Iowa City. REAL ESTATE 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 - Poultry Range Shelters, 10 X 16', WH1TTEMORE HATCHERY, Whittemore, la. _ _ . (33 :^j FOR SALE - Good 2 bedroom horns, easy to move, 1/2 mile east, 2 1/2 north of Burt. F.L. RYERSON, phone 8R-24, Burt. (33-34)* Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and REASONABLE PRICES, good sons of Swaa City were Friday service, and quality printing overnlgtt guests it th3 Donald arc trademarks of The Upper Larsons Des Moines Pub. Co. in Algona. ATTENTION FARMERS No Sale Saturday, May 8 ARMSTRONG SALES CO. ARMSTRONG, IOWA Sale Monday Night, May 10 and Every Monday Night at 7 p. m. ABEL & CLARK, Mgrs. For Estimates on Livestock or If You Need a Truck, call: Office 864-3080 Harold Abel 235-5271, Fairmont Lloyd Clark 864-2351, Armstrong (34-35) \ \ \ DODGE BOYS \ '65 DODGE POLARA MOVE UP, MISTER, WITHOUT PAYING ANY MORE Thinking seriously about moving up? We've got just the ticket-a beautiful new '65 Dodge Polara. Leaves the low-price field far behind in everything except price! You'll enjoy the elegant, color-matched interiors. Silk-smooth Torsion-Aire ride. Spirited 270 HP V8 (it's standard equipment!) that sips regular gas, Something else. The Dodge Boys are the easiest guys in town to get along with. That's what customers have told us. (Our repeat business proves it!) We do our darndest to give you the best price, highest trade-in, most sensible terms. What more can you ask? Economical, on-time service after you buy? Absolutely! Stop soon and move up to a '65 Dodge Polara. Without paying t ,n ; more 1 Only The Dodge Boys have it! PERCIVAL MQTORS L Inc 800 South Phillips St. Algona

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